Statistics Saturday: Some Movies You’d Think Would Have At Least One Dragon In Them


  • How To Train Your Dragon
  • Eragon
  • Dragonslayer
  • Dungeons and Dragons
  • Pete’s Dragon (1977)
  • Dungeons and Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God
  • The NeverEnding Story
  • Quest for Camelot
  • Spirited Away
  • Pete’s Dragon (2016)
  • Dragon Fighter
  • The Flight of Dragons

Not listed: Disney’s Robin Hood although doesn’t that really feel like it should have at least one dragon in there, somewhere?

Reference: The Most Unsordid Act: Lend-Lease, 1939-1941, Warren F Kimball.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

5 thoughts on “Statistics Saturday: Some Movies You’d Think Would Have At Least One Dragon In Them”

    1. Oh, wouldn’t it be so natural for some Star Trek movie to have a dragon in it? There was even an episode where Spock mentioned the planet where he saw dragons. There I think the trouble is Star Trek movies are made on too tight a budget to have a dragon where it’s not a load-bearing element of the plot, and these days if they do get the budget to afford a dragon they’ll hire Idris Elba instead.

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        1. There were a bunch of dragon-ish creatures in the original cartoon. In the ‘Shore Leave’ sequel ‘Once Upon A Planet’ they got a two-headed dragon ( https://tas.trekcore.com/gallery/albums/blu-ray/109-BR/onceuponaplanethd0336.jpg ) and in the ‘Who Mourns For Adonis’ remake ‘How Sharper Than A Serpent’s Tooth’ they meet up with Kukulkan, who’s at least in the greater dragon metropolitan region ( https://tas.trekcore.com/gallery/albums/blu-ray/205-BR/howsharperthanaserpentstoothhd0258.jpg ). Just some of the great service provided by the cartoon despite its limitations.

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