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Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 DVD Review

Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Apr 03, 2014
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Kick of the Year of the Dragon with Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1, now available on DVD! Read Kidzworld's review of the action packed adventure!

Based on the DreamWorks Animation Academy Award® nominated movie How to Train Your Dragon, DRAGONS: DEFENDERS OF BERK PART 1 follows Hiccup and his fellow dragon trainers as they battle to protect their island home. The young Vikings must put their dragon training skills to the test to defeat dangerous and surprising new enemies!

The DVD kicked off the franchise’s “Year of the Dragon” which will continue with the highly anticipated film sequel arriving in theaters this June as well as Dragon game apps, books and other fan experiences releasing throughout the year. The DVD of the 2013 Annie Award winner for Best Animated Television Production for Children is loaded with exciting bonus content for the whole family to enjoy and contains 10 epic adventures and four all-new dragons.

DreamWorks Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 DVD Features:

  • Dragon Tracker Part 3
  • Evolution of Screaming Death
  • "SuperFly" Dragon Mash-Up
  • Sneak Peek

Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 DVD Rating: 4

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