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The Dreamstone Movie is a movie about the show of the The Dreamstone. it was released in cinemas on March 31, 1996 by British Lion Films in association with Carrington Productions International and Martin Gates Productions, and had a run time of 90 minutes.

Coming soon in 2010's or 2020's in the United States

PlotEdit

Three years after the defeat of Zordrak and the Urpneys, a new threat has surfaced bent on bringing the Land of Dreams under his control. Ares, using advanced robot technology, is attempting to begin a world war, and take control of the devastated world after the destruction has stopped. Once again, Rufus, Amberley, and the entire gang must fight to save the Land of Dreams, only this time from itself.

Cast Edit

TriviaEdit

  • The Dream Maker's past hometown is a human small city which is based on Amberley, West Sussex, England for which Mike Jupp always visit there at most of the time.
  • Ares is a Greek word for "To Ruin, to cause annoyance"
  • In the last episode of The Dreamstone TV series is where The Dream Maker dies
  • A New character from this feature was Xavier
  • This is the first time Rufus farted
  • The final ending is where Rufus and Amberley made their first kiss

Soundtrack Edit

Some of the soundtrack are sung by Mike Batt and Silk City and music instrumental backgrounds are composed by London Symphonic Orchestra

Movie soundtrack album listing (original release):

  1. When Will I Smile - Mike Batt (4:52)
  2. Nightmare (2:24)
  3. Amberley's Fight (1:21)
  4. The Secret (2:00)
  5. Stealthy Steps (1:41)
  6. Heartbreak (1:38)
  7. Intense Attack (1:10)
  8. Heroic Fight (3:07)
  9. Dream Wind (3:01)
  10. Where is the Love Going - Mike Batt (5:02)
  11. Black Power (1:20)
  12. Greed (3:09)
  13. Cyborg (0:50)
  14. Town of Bongor Regis (3:39)
  15. Oncoming Danger (2:59)
  16. Lady Journalist (3:26)
  17. Anxiety (1:15)
  18. Mysterious Space (1:21)
  19. When Will I Smile - Instrumental (2:12)
  20. My Precious Trick Star - Silk City (5:20)

ReceptionEdit

The film was a Box office bomb

Release DatesEdit

  • UK - March 29, 1996
  • US - June 2nd, 2020
  • Australia - June 29th, 1996.
  • Others Many More