Adventures of a Teenage Dragon slayer

Adventures of a Teenage Dragonslayer
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Directed by Andrew Lauer
Produced by Ryil Adamson
Gavin Gillette
Written by Jamie Nash
Starring Hunter Allan
Lea Thompson
Wendie Malick
Amy Pietz
Eric Lutes
Andrew Lauer
Music by Mark Oates
Cinematography Luis M. Robinson
Editing by Coby Dax
Brent Peterson
Release date(s)
Running time 93 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Adventures of a Teenage Dragonslayer is a 2010 live action fantasy film directed by Andrew Lauer.


Branded as a "nerd" and harassed by the school bully, twelve-year-old Arthur is rescued by a magical troll who knows that the boy unwittingly holds the secret to defeat an evil dragon. Arthur's loving mom, struggling to keep her devious ex-husband from gaining custody of Arthur, dismisses her son’s "fantasies" until she realizes the all too real immediate danger and joins forces with Arthur, the troll, and a dashing but washed up video-game master. Together, they hope to conquer the dragon and the wicked vice-principal who threaten civilization.


Production notes

This movie reunites four stars, Lea Thompson, Amy Pietz, Eric Lutes, and Andrew Lauer of the hit show Caroline in the City.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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