The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2002 film)

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The Sorcerer's Apprentice
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Directed by David Lister
Produced by Elizabeth Matthews
Peter H. Matthews
Written by Brett Morris
Based on The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Starring Byron Taylor
Robert Davi
Kelly Le Brock
Music by Paul Dukas
Mark Thomas
Cinematography Vincent G. Cox
Edited by Wayne Smith
Production
company
Peakviewing Transatlantic
Distributed by Peakviewing Family Entertainment
Release date
April 12, 2002
Running time
86 minutes
Country South Africa
Language English
French

The Sorcerer's Apprentice is a 2002 fantasy film. Although set in England, the film was shot on location in South Africa.

Synopsis[edit]

Every hundred years, the evil Morgana (Kelly Le Brock) returns to claim Fingall's talisman from the wizard Merlin, with which she intends to destroy the world. For the last fourteen hundred years she has failed... now she intends to conquer all.

Young Ben Clark (Byron Taylor) moves with his parents to a new town, where he befriends an elderly Welshman and magician, Milner (Robert Davi). Ben has a natural talent for magic and wants to learn all that he can from this old man. Ben carries the same scar as the original staff-bearer 1,400 years before. Both Morgana and Milner, who is revealed to be Merlin, see this as a sign that this time, the battle between good and evil will be stronger and harder than ever.

Ben must make his own choice between good and evil as he is drawn into a battle and must draw on his own spirit and magic to decide which path to follow and hence, the fate of the world as we know it.

Cast[edit]

  • Robert Davi as Merlin / Milner
  • Kelly LeBrock as Morgana
  • Byron Taylor as Ben
  • Greg Melvill-Smith as Mike
  • Anne Power as Carol
  • Gideon Emery as Sly
  • Martin Le Maitre as Filo
  • Roxanne Burger as Nicole
  • Clinton Dooley as Mark
  • Terence Reis as First Knight
  • Lawrence Joffe as Second Knight
  • Sean Taylor as Teacher
  • Dale Cutts as Fingall

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