Synopsis by Hal Erickson
No one can be expected to take seriously a film titled Flying Sorcerer. Nor is this kiddie-oriented British fantasy meant to be regarded as anything other than a tongue-in-cheek enterprise. Kim Burfield plays a contemporary lad who is magically hurled back to the Middle Ages. Vanquishing a dragon, Kim brings the now-docile beast back to his friends and family in The Present. Erik Chitty, star of the British All in the Family precursor Til Death Do Us Part, represents the adult contingent in Flying Sorcerer.
animal, friendship, pets, dragon, time-travel