The Dragon Pearl

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Overview

The inquisitive children of two archeologists exploring a recently-discovered tomb in Shanghai befriend a dragon in search of his magical missing pearl, and embark on an epic adventure to return it before the burial chamber is opened for the first time in centuries. Long ago, a Chinese emperor defeated a band of marauding barbarians by borrowing a powerful dragon's magic pearl. But once the emperor emerged victorious, the pearl was never returned to its rightful owner. Flash forward to modern day, as Australian ...
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Overview

The inquisitive children of two archeologists exploring a recently-discovered tomb in Shanghai befriend a dragon in search of his magical missing pearl, and embark on an epic adventure to return it before the burial chamber is opened for the first time in centuries. Long ago, a Chinese emperor defeated a band of marauding barbarians by borrowing a powerful dragon's magic pearl. But once the emperor emerged victorious, the pearl was never returned to its rightful owner. Flash forward to modern day, as Australian teen Josh (Louis Corbett) and wide eyed Chinese adolescent Ling (Li Linjin) arrive in Shanghai with their archeologist parents who plan to explore a tomb alongside American adventurer Philip Dukas (Robert Mammone). Sneaking away from the site as their parents go to work, Josh and Ling ascend to a temple high in the mountains, where they meet amiable monk Wu-dong (Jordan Chan). Subsequently exploring a cavern beneath the temple, the two teens come face to face with the dragon of legend, and learn that both the pearl and the emperor can be found in the tomb their parents are poised to open. Meanwhile, as Josh and Ling take flight with their newfound friend, it's revealed that history has foretold of the day when a brave young hero will emerge to fulfill an ancient prophecy.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/20/2013
  • UPC: 796019826686
  • Original Release: 2011
  • Rating:

  • Source: Arc Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Color / Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 47,818

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Louis Corbett Josh
Li Linjin Ling
Jordan Chan Wu-dong
Sam Neill Josh's Dad
Robert Mammone Philip Dukas
Wang Ji
Technical Credits
Mario Andreacchio Director, Original Story, Producer
Xu Yong An Executive Producer
John Armstrong Original Story, Screenwriter
Suresh Ayyar Editor
Pauline Chan Producer
Philip Dalkin Screenwriter
Lu Ji Deng Executive Producer
Charles M. Fries Executive Producer
Gao Hai Hao Executive Producer
Graeme Hodge Executive Producer
John Hood Executive Producer
Mark Patterson Producer
Geoff Rischbieth Executive Producer
Ron Saunders Executive Producer, Original Story
Geoffrey Simpson Cinematographer
Pete Smith Sound/Sound Designer
Jeffrey M. Sneller Executive Producer
Frank Strangio Score Composer
Shan Tam Producer
William W. Wilson III Producer
Yi Zhenzhou Production Designer
Liu Zhijiang Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dragon Pearl
1. Break In [8:06]
2. Treasure [5:41]
3. The Chosen One [7:51]
4. Monster [7:46]
5. Could Be A Trick [7:07]
6. Chinese Dragon [6:14]
7. Where Is Your Pearl? [8:40]
8. Get Into The Tomb [7:08]
9. Press The Dragon [8:02]
10. Real Power [10:28]
11. Can't Have It [12:01]
12. End Credits [5:27]
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Disc #1 -- Dragon Pearl
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      Audio
         English 5.1 Dolby Digital
         English 2.0 Dolby Digital
   Trailer
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  • Posted March 6, 2014

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    This was an interesting DVD. It is good for a family movie night

    This was an interesting DVD. It is good for a family movie night if you have youth in your family ages 9 to 13. The storyline is well-developed and encourages youth & their families to keep an open line of communication, because you will never know what you will discover when you really listen to each other. Also, the storyline and protagonists encourage viewers to explore "hidden gifts/talents."

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