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A Young Prince, A Heroic Creature, A Magical Adventure
— U.S. VHS tagline
Galgameth is a 1996 American fantasy giant monster film produced by Sheen Communications. It made its theatrical premiere in Spain on November 18, 1996; it was subsequently brought to American home video in 1997 by Kidmark, a subsidiary of the newly-reincorporated Trimark Holdings. Based loosely on the Korean legend of Pulgasari, the film's story was penned by "Simon Sheen," a pseudonym adopted by South Korean director Shin Sang-ok for his work in the United States. It can therefore be seen as somewhat of a remake of Sang-ok's 1985 film Pulgasari, which was produced in North Korea against his will.
Plot[edit | edit source]
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Staff[edit | edit source]
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Sean McNamara
- Written by Michael Angeli
- Based on a screenplay by Turi Meyer, Alfredo Septién
- Story by Shin Sang-ok (as Simon Sheen)
- Produced by Martha W. Chang
- Executive producer James Kang
- Music by Richard Marvin
- Cinematography by Christian Sebaldt
- Edited by Annamaria Szanto, Joe Woo Jr.
- Production design by Ioana Corciova
- 1st assistant directors Jay Lehrfeld, Christopher Landry
- Visual effects supervisor David Allen
Cast[edit | edit source]
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Devin Oatway as Prince Davin
- Sean McNamara as King Henryk
- Stephen Macht as El El
- Lou Wagner as Zethar
- Elizabeth Cheap as Periel
- Time Winters as Templeton
- Patrick Richwood as Crecy
- Brendan O'Brien as Heretic
- Tom Dugan as William
- Richard Horvitz as Kinch
- Ken Thorley as Footy
- Johna Stewart-Bowden as Julia
- James Nixon as Bertrand
- Corneliu Țigancu as Zhidao
- Felix Silla as Little Galgy
- Doug Jones as Big Galgy
- Emil Slotea as Lovanian King
- Rodica Nitescu as Lovanian King
- Ion Craciun as Executioner
- Andreas Neumann as Gypsy Rebel #1
- Robert Hutchins as Gypsy Rebel #2
- Victor Tomescu as Gypsy Rebel #3
- Daniel Tomescu as Guard #1
- Nicolae Ionita as Guard #2
- Gabriel Sefcic as Guard #3
- Genevieve Oatway as Mother
- Mihai Niculescu as Physician
- Petrof Boris as Card Player
- Dan Lucaciu as Gypsy Soldier
- Lovanian Woman as Suzie Stewart
- Mihai Botez as Citizen
- Danu Dumitrescu as Heretic's Gypsy Soldier #1
- Paul Fister as Heretic's Gypsy Soldier #2
Japanese dub[edit | edit source]
- Takeshi Kusao as Davin
- Shinji Ogawa as El El
- Nobuaki Fukuda as Templeton
- Maya Okamoto as Julia
- Minoru Inaba
- Yoko Soumi
- Ikuo Nishikawa
- Yosuke Akimoto
- Masaki Aizawa
- Takao Ishii
- Toru Furusawa
- Katsuhisa Hoki
- Kunihiko Yasui
- Ken Narita
- Emiko Tanada
- Ai Uchikawa
- Madoka Aso
- Eiji Yanagisawa
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Monsters[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Galgameth (film)/Gallery.
Alternate titles[edit | edit source]
- The Adventures of Galgameth (American home video title)
- The Legend of Galgameth (La leyenda de Galgameth, Spain)
- Galgameth - The Prince's Beast (Galgameth - Das Ungeheuer des Prinzen, Germany)
Video releases[edit | edit source]
King Video VHS (1996)
- Tapes: 1
- Audio: English or Japanese
- Subtitles: Japanese
- Notes: Two versions were released, one Japanese-subtitled and the other dubbed.
Kidmark VHS (1997)
- Tapes: 1
- Audio: English
- Notes: Released as The Adventures of Galgameth. Reissued later in 1997 with different packaging.
Force Video VHS/DVD (1997)
- Tapes/Discs: 1
- Region: N/A / 4
- Audio: English
Infogrames Asia Pacific DVD (2001)
- Discs: 1
- Region: 4
- Audio: English (2.0 Stereo)
M6 Interactions VHS/DVD (2002)
- Tapes/Discs: 1
- Region: N/A / 2
- Audio: English, French (Dolby Digital 5.1, DVD)
- Notes: Seemingly reissued multiple times with different packaging.
Videos[edit | edit source]
Trailers[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
- As Simon Sheen.
References[edit | edit source]
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