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Adventure & Fantasy movie He's a Dragon, directed by Indar Dzhendubaev & produced by Splendid Film & Bazelevs Production, premiered on 2015-12-04. Budget: $18,000,000 (18 million) Box Office Revenue: $1,776,333 (1.78 million) Duration: 110 min « ElenaThe Snow Queen »