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UPC 14: 00043396434592
Sales Rank: 13393
Category Keywords: Adventure Family (General) Fantasy Fantasy Worlds Kidnapping And Missing Persons Kids Adventure Puppets Recommended Theatrical Release Witches And Wizards
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A dazzling world of fantasy and adventure. Where everything seems possible and nothing is what it seems.
|A fantasy feature film which weaves together music, adventure and comedy. A story of a young girl who enters a world of her own creation and experiences her first awareness of love, responsibility and danger. Special features: talent files, subtitles: english and spanish, and much more.|
"...twists and turns and surprises around every corner. ABC-Radio
"A fabulous film of remarkable achievement results from the impressive collaboration between Jim Henson and George Lucas. New York Times
Editor's NoteFifteen-year-old Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is so resentful of her baby brother Toby that she hopes he will just disappear. Her dream becomes reality when goblins kidnap the boy--but Sarah unexpectedly finds herself horrified by the loss. So she sets forth to retrieve him, and finds herself on the adventure of a lifetime. To accomplish her task, she will somehow have to reach the center of the fantastical labyrinth where the wicked Goblin King (David Bowie, who performs two songs) has imprisoned the lad. But the task is easier said than done, for the maze is filled with strange creatures and mind-bending puzzles that confuse the girl. Directed by Jim Henson and penned by Monty Python's Terry Jones, LABYRINTH is a distinctive, beautifully designed dark fantasy for all ages.
Cast & Crew
|Jim Henson - Director|
|George Lucas - Executive Producer|
|Trevor Jones - Musical Score|
|Eric Rattray - Producer|
|Terry Jones - Screenplay|
British Academy Awards (1987)
|Tony Dunsterville, Roy Field, Brian Froud, George Gibbs, Nominee, Best Special Visual Effects|
|"You remind me of the babe."----Jareth (David Bowie) to one of the goblins|"What babe?"----Goblin|"The babe with the power."----Jareth|"What power?"----Another goblin|"The power of voodoo."----Jareth|"Who do?"----Goblins|"You do."----Jareth|"What?"----Goblins|"Remind me of the babe."----Jareth|
|"Ow! It bit me!"----Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) to Hoggle about a fairy|"What'd you expect fairies to do?"----Hoggle|"I thought they did nice things...like granting wishes!"----Sarah|"Shows what you know, don't it?"----Hoggle|