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Gargoyles, The Movie: The Heroes Awaken

Gargoyles, The Movie: The Heroes Awaken ★★½ 1994 (G)

Mythical crimefighting creatures, trapped in stone by day thanks to a sorcerer's spell but released to live at night, are displaced in time from their medieval Scottish home, winding up in modern-day New York City. But they discover they still have old enemies to fight. First aired as a five-episode part of the animated TV series. 80m/C VHS, DVD. D: Saburo Hashimoto; W: Eric Luke, Michael Reaves; M: Carl Johnson; V: Ed Asner, Keith David, Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Bill Fagerbakke, Salli Richardson, Frank Welker, Thom Adcox, Jeff Glenn Bennett.

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