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The Navigator [videorecording]: A Medieval Odyssey

produced by Arena Pty. Ltd
Format
Video; DVD
Summary
A time-travel adventure that begins in 14th century England, where the dreaded Black Death is wiping out whole cities all over Europe. A group of desperate villagers led by the vision of a young boy, sets off for a remote cave where they hope to find the answer to escaping the plague. They emerge in a bustling 20th century city.
Director
Vincent Ward
Performers
Bruce Lyons, Chris Haywood, Hamish McFarlane, Marshall Napier, Noel Appleby, Paul Livingston.
Release Date
1989
Run Time
89 min.
Language
English
Rating
Rated PG
Notes
  • Videodisc release of a 1989 motion picture.
  • For specific features see interactive menu.
Variant Title
Title on container: Navigator, a time-travel adventure
Credits
Director, Vincent Ward ; producer, John Maynard ; co-producer, Gary Hannam ; screenplay, Vincent Ward, Kely Lyons, Geoff Chapple ; director of photography, Geoffrey Simpson ; music, Davood A. Tabrizi.
Published
[Arizona?] : Hen's Tooth Video, 2001.
Description
1 videodisc (89 min.) : sd., b&w & col. ; 1/2 in.
DVD.
Technical Details
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