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Legend (28-Aug-1985)

Director: Ridley Scott

Writer: William Hjortsberg

Music by: Tangerine Dream

Producer: Arnon Milchan

Keywords: Fantasy, Satan

Should the Lord of Darkness manage to slay the two remaining unicorns, light will forever be banished from the world. Our hero Jack, a forest dweller, is in love with princess Lili, whom the Lord of Darkness kidnaps. Received an Oscar nomination for Best Makeup. The original American release was butchered, the original soundtrack replaced with one by Tangerine Dream. If you must watch this, screen instead the 2002 director's cut.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Billy Barty
Actor
25-Oct-1924 23-Dec-2000 High-profile little person
Tom Cruise
Actor
3-Jul-1962   Flamboyant Scientologist
Tim Curry
Actor
19-Apr-1946   Frank N. Furter in Rocky Horror Picture Show
Robert Picardo
Actor
27-Oct-1953   Holographic doctor on Star Trek: Voyager
Mia Sara
Actor
19-Jun-1967   Queenie

CAST

Tom Cruise   ...   Jack
Mia Sara   ...   Lili
Tim Curry   ...   Darkness
David Bennent   ...   Gump
Alice Playten   ...   Blix
Billy Barty   ...   Screwball
Cork Hubbert   ...   Brown Tom
Co-Starring
Peter O'Farrell   ...   Pox
Kiran Shah   ...   Blunder
Tina Martin   ...   Nell
Robert Picardo   ...   Meg Mucklebones
Annabelle Lanyon   ...   Oona
Ian Longmuir   ...   Demon Cook
Mike Crane   ...   Demon Cook
Liz Gilbert   ...   Dancing Black Dress
Eddie Powell   ...   Mummified Guard

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