Michael collapses and must go to the hospital. Elsewhere, Sucre steps on a land mine, and Trishanne's surprising secret is uncovered.
Dan Briggs gains access to the secret rendezvous by disguising himself as a Nazi just released from Spandau Prison. He is accompanied by his "daughter" -- in reality, Cinnamon.
In a magical kingdom inhabited by colorful characters, two young people become entangled in a battle with the prince of darkness. Decent family viewing, but not for very young children!
International trailer for Legend.
A demon who seeks to create eternal night by destroying the last of the unicorns and marrying a fairy princess is opposed by the forest boy Jack and his elven allies in this magical fantasy. Two different versions of this picture feature soundtracks by either Tangerine Dream or Jerry Goldsmith.
The story is set 'once, long ago' in a world of unicorns, princesses, fairies, and demons. Cruise plays Jack O' The Green, a woodland dweller who takes Princess Lily (Sara) to see the last of the living unicorns. But temptation and fate cause the world to freeze over when the male unicorn is seriously wounded and its horn broken off and stolen, and the female unicorn and Lily are kidnapped by evil goblins. Ultimately, it is Jack (with the help of a group of fairies and Elves) who must save Lily from the demonic, Satan-like Lord of Darkness (Curry), who wants to take Lily as his bride.
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