Starchaser: The Legend of Orin

Synopsis: Set on the subterranean Mine-World, a band of human worker are treated like slaves under the power of the evil overlord Zygon until one, Orin, unearths the hilt of a mythical sword that only he can master. Escaping the planet, he runs into the rogue smuggler Dagg and a pair of helpful droids and the princess, who all team up to return to the Mine-World with a plan to defeat Zygon and free Orin's enslaved people.
Director(s): Steven Hahn
Production: Atlantic Releasing Corporation
107 min

Get up and dig, worm!

You've got to slow down,


You're too old

to keep up this pace.

I've been digging

for 70 years, Elan.

Slowing down will only

prolong my suffering.

Orin, don't.

You won't survive

doing the work of two.

For the prettiest girl in the world,

I'd do the work of ten.

No talking!

The gods forbid it.

Water, water!

Water, water!


Leave him be.

He's no use to anyone now.


Orin! Orin!

Zygon, Zygon!


On your knees!

- Zygon!

- Zygon!

The gods

of the Mineworld are angry.

They have kept you alive

since the beginning of time

and ask very little in return.

The Furnace of Life

cries out in hunger.

You must feed more crystals,

or its life-giving energy

will burn out forever.

So dig harder or die!

Pick up your gifts

and get back to work.

Stop that!


- Watch out!

- Out of my way!

What is it, Orin?

Oh, my God!

What's wrong, Hopps?

I thought it was

only a myth, but-


what the mine masters say.

We're supposed

to give them any-

Not a word!

They must not get this!

But what is it?

Hide it!

Why aren't you working?

No. No, no, no!

My eyes!


The sword, the sword!

Up... up there...



He's gone!

I have no one now!

You have me.

He died for no reason, Orin.

No, Elan.

Hopps sacrificed his life for us.

But why?

I don't know.

But whatever Hopps was trying to tell us

had something to do with this.

It's alive!

Lf, in the distant future,

someone hears these words,

perhaps it is not too late.

These dark corridors

are not your true home.

There is a world above,

a magnificent universe

to which you can return,

if you have the courage.

He who possesses this sword,

possesses the power of truth.

Find the blade,

and you will find your freedom.

He's gone!

- A world above?

- I don't know.


Lies! All lies!

But why would anyone lie

about an upper world, Raymo?

By believing the words

of that demon,

you spit on the most sacred

commandment-"Never dig up."

Up is Hell.

What if the commandments are wrong?

What if there is a world beyond our own?

By not trying to find it,

we could spend the rest of eternity

digging and dying when there...

when there may be

something else.

- What else could there be?

- I don't know.

But on my grandfather's grave

I swear,

if there's a world above...

I will find it.

Who's with me?

No one's going with you.

I'm turning you both

in to the mine masters

for speaking out against the gods.

Now, give me that evil thing!


I'm all right, Kallie.

If Raymo tells the mine masters,

you will be killed, Orin.

In that case, I might as well die

trying to find the upper world.

We'll go together, Elan.

I'll go with you, too.

You'll have to be with us

in spirit, Kallie.

It's too dangerous

for one as young as you.

I'm not too young.

You don't want me

because I can't see.

Don't leave me, Orin.

I'll die without you.

You'll do just fine.

Aunt Bella will look after you.

But what if you-

What if you don't come back?

I'll come back, Kallie.

I promise.

I love you, little digger.

Hey, you there!

Back to work!

Orin? Elan?


It's all right, Kallie.

We're here.

You almost got yourself killed,

you little fool.

- You forgot the food!

- Hey, you worm!

Why aren't you working?

Quick! Get in the ore cart!


After them!

Run, Kallie, run!

Stop, worms, stop!

Jump now!

Quick, under the crystals!

Engine systems crew.

All processing robots

to Unloading Bay Two.

All processing robots

to Unloading...

- Where are we?

- I don't know.

Thirty-three megatons of crystal

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