The Dragon of Pendragon Castle

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The Dragon of Pendragon Castle
Directed by John Baxter [1]
Written byMary Cathcart Borer
Produced by John Baxter
Starring
Cinematography Arthur Grant [2]
Edited byVi Burdon
Music by Kennedy Russell
Production
company
Elstree Independent Films Ltd
Distributed by General Film Distributors
Release date
  • 1950 (1950)(United Kingdom)
Running time
52 min [3]
CountryBritain [3]
Language English

The Dragon of Pendragon Castle is a 1950 English family film directed and produced by John Baxter. [4] [5] The film features Leslie Bradley, David Hannaford, Lily Lapidus and Hubert Leslie in the lead roles.

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Plot

Mr. Ferber (Leslie Bradley) is an old man living in Pendragon Castle along with his two grandchildren Bobby(David Hannaford) and Paddy (Graham Moffatt) who find a small dragon to heat their castle. The dragon helps them to find hidden treasure in the castle.

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References

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