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SMOKING HOT MALE FANTASY CAITLIN CLARKE IN 'DRAGONSLAYER'

Star Wars like Leia hair poster of DRAGONSLAYER Year: 1981 Rates: **
DRAGONSLAYER looks great but lacks overall magic — at the same time using way too much of it since the title character is/was a sorcerer's apprentice, providing an easy out and leaving the venture without much difficulty or hardship for the good guys, or suspense for the audience...

The problem is the hero played by Peter MacNicol: an underdog was needed, not a feminine wimp. On the other hand, a tough and effective Caitlin Clarke, dressed as a man to dodge the town's fire-spouting virgin sacrifice, tricks everyone: quite a reach since Clarke's Valerian is downright gorgeous. Speaking of which: One cruel sequence has a young virgin princess eaten by baby dragons via Muppet-like puppets munching/crunching her feet — it's downright disturbing and sadistic, and not in a "cool" kinda way. So for an awesome flying-fiery creature that still holds up effects-wise, and the cutest damn tomboy ever filmed, DRAGONSLAYER might just do. But not much else is recommended beyond those two.
Caitlin Clarke as Valerian in DRAGONSLAYER
Caitlin Clarke as Valerian in DRAGONSLAYER
Caitlin Clarke as Valerian in DRAGONSLAYER
Caitlin Clarke as Valerian in DRAGONSLAYER
Caitlin Clarke as Valerian in DRAGONSLAYER
The Dragon in DRAGONSLAYER looking right out of the 70's Smaug manual
Given the Star Wars vibe it's ironic the makers of the Mark Hamill flick Corvette Summer did Dragonslayer
Apocalypse Now homage in a gender revealing swimming scene by Caitlin Clarke in Dragonslayer
But then Caitlin Clarke would resemble Dee Snider in CROCODILE DUNDEE as one of Mick's hookers
The late Caitlin Clarke in DRAGONSLAYER
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