Son of the Dragon

Overview

A small time con artist and his loyal companion must fight to prove their innocent when they are accused of attempting to poison a princess in this adventure mini-series directed by David Wu (The Bride with White Hair) and starring David Carradine. D.B. (John Reardon) was abandoned at birth on the docks of Shanghai, but while most children never would have survived that traumatic start David was rescued from certain death and soon forged a close bond with the resourceful Bird (Carradine). As D.B. grew into a ...
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Overview

A small time con artist and his loyal companion must fight to prove their innocent when they are accused of attempting to poison a princess in this adventure mini-series directed by David Wu (The Bride with White Hair) and starring David Carradine. D.B. (John Reardon) was abandoned at birth on the docks of Shanghai, but while most children never would have survived that traumatic start David was rescued from certain death and soon forged a close bond with the resourceful Bird (Carradine). As D.B. grew into a young man, Bird became his constant companion. It always seemed like there was no jam that D.B. and Bird couldn't eventually work their way out of, and when it came to swindling this cunning pair were always at the top of their game. Neither D.B. nor Bird would have ever imagined that one of their brash schemes that would ultimately change the course of their entire lives, yet a daring mission to steal the royal court's jewels did precisely that. Upon carrying out the potentially profitable but highly dangerous mission, D.B. fell desperately in love with the stunning princess Li Wei (Desiree Siahaan). Though his affections were indeed reciprocated, it began to look like their love was doomed as the princess' father attempted to find her a more suitable husband. The princess, however, thwarted this plan by challenging her suitors to a series of arduous and impossible tests ostensibly staged to prove their love for her. When the nefarious Prince of the North (Rupert Graves) frames D.B. and Bird for attempting to murder the princess and sentences them to death, the wily companions rightly begin to surmise that they may have finally gotten themselves into a jam from which there is no escape.
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Special Features

Getting Candid With David Carradine - an in-depth interview with the martial arts Zen master; Epic Stories in a Fabled Land - the making of Son of the Dragon
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/9/2007
  • UPC: 796019805445
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Rating:

  • Source: Rhi Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 2:56:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Reardon D.B.
David Carradine Bird
Desiree Siahaan Princess Li Wei
Rupert Graves The Prince of the North
Nitin Ganatra
Theresa Lee
Lim Kay Tong
Technical Credits
David Wu Director, Editor
Poping Auyeung Casting
Thomas Burstyn Cinematographer
Jacqueline Feather Teleplay
Robert Halmi Sr. Executive Producer
Robert Halmi Jr. Executive Producer
Lynn Kressel Casting
Dominic Minghella Original Story
Matthew O'Connor Producer
Michael O'Connor Producer
Matthew OConnor Producer
David Seidler Teleplay
Lawrence Shragge Score Composer
Shan Tam Producer
Yi Zhenzhou Production Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Son of the Dragon
1. Son of the Dragon [11:17]
2. The White Wolf [8:57]
3. A New Job [12:04]
4. Royal Suitors [11:59]
5. Court Dinner [8:34]
6. A Challenge [13:58]
7. Chasing the Pearl [9:16]
8. Through the Forest [10:22]
9. The Next Challenge [13:08]
10. Flying Carpets [9:49]
11. Something Far Stronger [12:29]
12. The Third Task [8:13]
13. The Fruit of Life [11:48]
14. Sentenced to Death [13:43]
15. Marriage Objections [17:18]
16. Credits [1:31]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Son of the Dragon
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   Scene Selection
   Bonus Features
      Epic Stories in a Fabled Land
      Getting Candid With David Carradine
      Trailer
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