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May, 2015
DreamWorks Dragons
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This computer-animated series, based on the 2010 film "How to Train Your Dragon," follows the continuing adventures of young dragon trainer Hiccup and his loyal dragon companion, Toothless, on the island of Berk. The band of dragon trainers, who all now have dragons of their own, are also featured. Through the training, the kids have developed special bonds with their dragons by learning about each animal's unique powers, discovering new species and battling new villains -- all while exploring new worlds they never imagined. Jay Baruchel and America Ferrera are among the movie's original voice actors who reprise their roles in the series.
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