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Title Quest for dragons [videorecording]
Published 2005


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  567.9 Bar/Qfd  2005/08/23 (DVD)  AVAILABLE
Summary The Dragon is a fire breathing predator that has haunted mankind's imagination from time immemorial. Why is the dragon such a powerful part of countless myths and legends, from the dawn of civilisation to the 21st Century? In every culture we find dragons, they are one of history's most enduring mythological creatures. Even today, popular movies depend upon the awe-inspiring power of these creatures to draw in their audiences. But where did the dragon come from and why is it so universal? Image: Parthenon Entertainment
Notes Available as videocassette (VHS) or DVD. Duration: 60 minutes
Off-air recording of The National Geographic Channel broadcast August 23, 2005. Copied under Part VA of the Copyright Act
Credits Director: Laurence Barnett, producers: Jim Holmes, Joe Wenborne, script: Phil Coles . Produced by WETA, Waahington DC and Chaplins Film and TV, London
Performer Narrator: Michael Lumsden
Notes No rating given
Available for Deakin University staff and students only
Subject Dragons
Author Lumsden, Michael
Coles, Phil
Barnett, Laurence
National Geographic Channel (Television station)