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https://www.amazon.com/dp/6305742030?tag=highlanderrad-20&camp=0&creative=0&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=6305742030&adid=1EPF7CGF1VRXNX89T8EG&"> The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns is a 1999 Hallmark Entertainment made-for-TV fantasy movie. It stars Randy Quaid, Colm Meaney, Kieran Culkin, Roger Daltrey and Whoopi Goldberg. The film contains two main stories that eventually intertwine: the first being the story of an American businessman who visits Ireland and encounters magical leprechauns, the second being the story of a pair of star-crossed lovers who happen to be a fairy and a leprechaun, belonging to opposing sides of a magical war.
The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns - Based on the Irish
folk tale characters of leprechauns and fairies, this imaginative two-part made
for TV miniseries was produced by Hallmark for the NBC network in 1999.
The story follows an American businessman Jack Woods (Randy Quaid) who has come to the Emerald Isle with a hidden agenda. He wants to develop a large chunk of pristine land in the Irish countryside into a golf course. But low and behold, when he takes up residence in one of the small cottages on the land, he discovers it is inhabited by none other than a leprechaun and his wife.
Colm Meaney (of Star Trek Fame) plays Seamus Muldoon, the red-bearded leprechaun whom Jack Woods rescued from the water (Leprechauns hate water) and so was beholding to his benefactor.
The story becomes complicated when Jack falls in love with Kathleen Fitzpatrick, a local raven-haired beauty who spends her time caring for her grown brothers, who can't seem to make a decision on the own.
At its core, the miniseries combines the romantic sentiment of classic movie The Quiet Man (1952) starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara with the dynamic story of forbidden love found in Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. All in all, the movie is a gentle, fun frolic, filled with Irish history, folklore and lush green countryside. It's well worth a look see.
A beautiful story, that captures the legends of Leprechauns with a touch of innocence. Even though this movie is now over 10 years old, it will provide hours of timeless entertainment for you, your children and family. 5 Golden Stars from CelticRadio.net: http://www.celtichearts.com/php/images/stars/stars-5-0.gif" align="absmiddle" width="66" height="14">
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