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In this 3-D animated cross between Star Wars and the Knights of the Round Table, young Orin voice by Joe Colligan lives in an oppressed, underground world in which humans have become the slaves of robots. One day the hero finds the handle of a sword and in a vision is told that if he can locate the blade, he will be able to overthrow the robots. Off he goes on his quest, up to the surface world where he meets and teams up with Dagg voice by Carmen Argenziano to face the evil empire in a series of daring battles. ...
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In this 3-D animated cross between Star Wars and the Knights of the Round Table, young Orin voice by Joe Colligan lives in an oppressed, underground world in which humans have become the slaves of robots. One day the hero finds the handle of a sword and in a vision is told that if he can locate the blade, he will be able to overthrow the robots. Off he goes on his quest, up to the surface world where he meets and teams up with Dagg voice by Carmen Argenziano to face the evil empire in a series of daring battles. Along the way, Orin and Dagg have their own love interests, and a bit of swarthy language occasionally peppers their conversation as well. Parents should be advised of these two excursions into a more adult world, otherwise, most moppets would enjoy the fast-paced tale of heroism and adventure.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; [None specified]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/21/2005
  • UPC: 027616924858
  • Original Release: 1985
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Joe Colligan Orin
Carmen Argenziano Dagg
Noelle North Elan/Aviana
Anthony de Longis Zygon
Les Tremayne Arthur
Tyke Caravelli Silica
Dennis Alwood Shooter
Barbera Harris & Co.
Daryl T. Bartley
Philip L. Clarke
Joseph Della Sorte
John Garwood
Ryan MacDonald
Mona Marshall Kallie
Mickey Morton Minemaster
John Moschitta Jr. Auctioneer/Z. Gork
Tina Romanus Aunt Bella
Ken Samson Magreb
Herb Vigran Pung/Hopps
Thomas H. Watkins
Michael Winslow
Mike Winslow
Technical Credits
Steven Hahn Director, Producer
Andrew Belling Score Composer
Timothy Callahan Production Designer
Thomas Coleman Producer
Donald W. Ernst Editor
Kim Jang-Gil Animator
Bill Kroyer Animator
Mitch Rochon Animator
Michael Rosenblatt Producer
Yoon Young Sang Animator
Jeffrey Scott Screenwriter
Roy Allen Smith Production Designer
Jung Yul Song Animator
Thomas Warkentin Production Designer
Michael Wolf Special Effects
Louis Zingarelli Production Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Title/Dig or Die [5:41]
2. Orin Finds the Sword [4:19]
3. A Harrowing Escape [2:37]
4. Unmask a False God [2:24]
5. Outsmarting the Aliens [7:04]
6. Saved by a Tough Guy [5:14]
7. Unfriendly Welcome [6:24]
8. Fixing a Fembot [2:37]
9. A Trip to the Auction [9:33]
10. A Bomb in the Bullion [5:36]
11. Crash Landing [4:33]
12. Rescued by a Princess [1:05]
13. "I Am the Robot!" [3:33]
14. Seizing the Flagship [5:30]
15. "This Is Not a Drill!" [13:22]
16. "We Are Free!"/Credits [8:00]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Subtitles
      English
      Fran├žais
      Espa├▒ol
      Subtitles: None
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Fun and delightful

    This is an animated film that went for the 3D approach in the theater before modern digital 3D. Written by TV animation veteran Jeffrey Scott, the film is the story of Orin as he leaves the underground mine that he thought was his home, but is where his people are enslaved. Along the way Orin meets Dagg, voice by Carmen Argenziano (Stargate SG-1), a variety of others in his quest to find a magical sword and return to help his people. Witty dialogue helps compensate for animation that is mix of traditional cel and computer animation. Don't look for deep, look for fun adventure.

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