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  • Thursday 09 August 2007
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  • Friday 10 August 2007
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  • Friday 19 October 2007
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  • Wednesday 24 October 2007
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  • Stardust - O Mistério da Estrela
  • Stardust: El misterio de la estrella (Hispanoamérica)

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Stardust (2007)

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The English village of Wall lies near a stone wall that is the border with the magical kingdom of Stormhold. A guard is constantly posted at a break in the wall to prevent anyone from crossing. At the beginning of the story, Dunstan Thorne crosses over the wall and into the Wall Market. There, he meets a slave Princess who offers him a snowdrop in exchange for a kiss. Nine months later, the Wall Guard delivers a baby to Dunstan, saying his name is Tristan.

18 years later, in the capital of Stormhold, the king is on his deathbed. He throws a ruby into the sky, decreeing that the first of his fratricidal sons to recover it will be the new king. The gem collides with a star, and they fall together and land elsewhere in Stormhold. The king's remaining two sons, Primus and Septimus independently search for the gem.

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