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Carpia is a peaceful kingdom placed in a fantasy world of dragons, knights and magical contraptions, ruled by King Augustin (Arnold Vosloo) along with Queen Remini (Oana Pellea) and the court’s adviser, Paxian Ru (Razvan Vasilescu).
The land’s serenity is shattered by a Fire Dragon who spreads fear and death among the people. Quilok (Ovidiu Niculescu), the cruel king of a nearby kingdom, offers them shelter and support, but only in return for Carpia’s obedience.
In order to save her subjects from terror, the daring princess Luisa (Amy Acker) asks Gabriel (Tom Wisdom), the skillful son of a dragon slayer, for help. Together, they must free the Ice Dragon, the only one who can face the monster that brings destruction upon their kingdom. But soon their savior will become their worst enemy.
Fortunately, old allegiances aren’t forgotten as they will be joined by
Knight Pontiero (Cabral) from Quilok’s army, who used to fight alongside Gabriel’s father in the old days.
The adventure Gabriel and Luisa embark on brings them closer and the two share an unexpected love story.
Adventure | Fantasy | Drama
Pitof (as Jean C. Comar)
Michael Konyves written by
Angela Mancuso written by
Amy Acker … Princess Luisa
Tom Wisdom … Gabriel
John Rhys-Davies … Sangimel
Arnold Vosloo … King Augustin
Razvan Vasilescu … Paxian Ru
Oana Pellea … Queen Remini
Cabral Ibacka … Knight Pontiero
Ovidiu Niculescu … King Quilok
Loredana Groza … Lila
Cristian Motiu … Servant
Sorin Gordi … Soldier
Denisa Rosca … Little Girl
Roxanna Ravenor … Village woman (uncredited)
Also Known As (AKA)
A tűzsárkány birodalma Hungary
El dragón y la princesa Spain (alternative title)
Fire & Ice Australia
Fire & Ice – Le cronache del drago Italy (DVD title)
Fire & Ice: Cronica dragonilor Romania (imdb display title)
Fire & Ice: The Dragon Chronicles USA (long title)
Fire & Ice; The Dragon Chronicles Germany (DVD title)
Fotia & pagos Greece (DVD title)
Les chroniques du dragon France (DVD title)
The Dragon Chronicles: Fire & Ice Australia