The Dark CrystalDirector: Frank Oz
After two previous DVD releases, Jim Henson and Frank Oz's 1982 children's fantasy The Dark Crystal receives the Super-Bit treatment with this disc. Devoid of any bonus features, the entire disc is devoted to the optimum sound and picture quality. Digitally mastered, the film is presented in a widescreen 2.35:1 anamorphic transfer that preserves the original/i>… See more details below
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After two previous DVD releases, Jim Henson and Frank Oz's 1982 children's fantasy The Dark Crystal receives the Super-Bit treatment with this disc. Devoid of any bonus features, the entire disc is devoted to the optimum sound and picture quality. Digitally mastered, the film is presented in a widescreen 2.35:1 anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio. Additionally, the soundtrack is available in English in either Dolby 5.1 or DTS. English and Spanish subtitles are also included.
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- Sony Pictures
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]
Cast & Crew
|Jim Henson||High Priest,Jen|
|Brian Muehl||Ornamentalist/Dying Master|
|David Buck||Slave Master|
|Sean Barrett||Voice Only|
|Jean Pierre Amiel||Weaver|
|Jerry Nelson||High Priest/Dying Emperor|
|Jim Henson||Director,Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter|
|Brian Ackland-Snow||Art Director|
|Terry Ackland-Snow||Art Director|
|Jean Pierre Amiel||Choreography|
|Charles Bishop||Art Director|
|Marcus Dods||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Dusty Symonds||Asst. Director|
|Roy Field||Special Effects|
|Brian Froud||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Trevor Jones||Score Composer|
|Harry Lange||Production Designer|
|David Lazer||Executive Producer|
|Brian Smithies||Special Effects|
|Malcolm Stone||Art Director|
|Peter Young||Set Decoration/Design|
1. Start [:28]
2. Ceremony of the Sun [3:34]
3. The Mystics [1:22]
4. The Chosen One [1:35]
5. "You Are in Danger" [2:45]
6. The Emperor Dies [4:36]
7. Trial By Stone [5:34]
8. They Crystal Calls [2:07]
9. Aughra [2:35]
10. The Shard [4:23]
11. Garthim! [3:18]
12. Kira [2:50]
13. Dream-Fasting [2:49]
14. "Food, More Food!" [4:32]
15. Kira's Song [:50]
16. Crystal Bat [1:05]
17. The Podlings [2:41]
18. Saved by Chamberlain [3:17]
19. Ruins [:55]
20. The Prophesy [1:25]
21. Landstriders [2:06]
22. Drained Essence [2:09]
23. Rescue & Escape [2:04]
24. "Gelfling!" [1:18]
25. "Call the Animals!" [5:20]
26. "We Will Live Forever!" [2:23]
27. Shard & Sacrifice [9:51]
28. Prophesy Fulfilled [1:23]
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A Henson masterpiece
This delightful tale is enchanting, I would recommend for all children, and adults who still ''have the child in them.''
Ah such an awesome and wonderful muppet fantasy from the mind of Jim Henson and Frank Oz, the DVD is great too with plenty of extras for the fans. This is a must own DVD for the DVD lover and a must see movie.
'The Dark Crystal' is film at its finest. A classic by Jim Henson and Brian Froud (Brian Froud created the characters, and environments for Jim Henson). It is a very popuar movie, and people of all ages can enjoy it. This is a must see for fantasy, and non-fantasy fans alike!
A great tale for kids that shows good and evil are a part of all of us. very entertaining.
5 years in the making, and a must see for all. Originally released in 1983, 'The Dark Crystal' was a technological triumph. It was given bad reviews, and bombed at the box office. Now today's generation call it a masterpiece, and has become very popular. I would recommend this Henson classic to fantasy, and non-fantasy fans alike. Parents may want to watch this with their kids in case some of the elements of the movie frighten them (it will more than likely not scare them). Please give this movie a look, and experience the world of..'The Dark Crystal'!
The Dark Crystal is perhaps one of my favourite fantasy films of all time. It's just as amazing today as when it was first released in 1982. It's a fantasy world populated by non-famous Muppet characters and transports us to a world we've never been to and yearn to return to again and again with each subsequent viewing.
I bought this for my husband, who loved this movie as a kid, and many years later it did not disappoint. He was enthralled with it again! This is one of Henson's darker movies and there's quite a lot of depth to it if you really look into the "hidden" meanings within the movie. Unfortunately, due to the depth and darkness of the movie, the attention of my twin 7 y/o boys wasn't held by this film. They claimed they "didn't get it." It's a bit creepy, a bit odd, but still a unique and classic Henson film!
The good vs the bad. Classic mupplet gone one step further.
This is an awsome movie. I'ts got a lot of action and adventure. I recommend this movie to every one.