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Dragones: destino de fuego is a peruvien film of genre Fantasy with Gianella Neyra

Dragones: destino de fuego (2006)

Dragones: destino de fuego
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Length 1h20
OriginPerou
Genres Fantasy,    Animation
Rating36% 1.807041.807041.807041.807041.80704

Dragones: destino de fuego (Known as its English title as: Dragons: Destiny of Fire) is a Peru CGI animated film produced by: Ana María Roca-Rey and animated and distributed by: Alpamayo Entertainment.

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A tiny purple dragon named John John (originally named Sinchi), who was originally raised by an affectionate family of close-knit condors, who was always assumed that he was just a bit different looking from his feathered siblings. Eventually, the time comes for John John to strike out on his own and seek the answers to his many questions as he embarks on an adventure to discover his true identity, of his real origin. Of course, the world is a rather large place for such a little dragon, but he's not alone. He has the help of some new friends John John makes, as he can finally discover the secret to making the world a better place to live, for every living creature.

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