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Pan's Labyrinth (2006)

Pan's Labyrinth (2006)
Goofs When Ofelia goes down the stairs in the labyrinth and is talking to the Faun, his shadow still shows Doug Jones' legs while they are in the stilts. The special effects crew took out his physical legs, but the shadow still exists. See more » Quotes [first lines] Pan: A long time ago, in the underground realm, where there are no lies or pain, there lived a Princess who dreamed of the human world. Soundtracks The River/El río Written by Javier Navarrete Produced by Emmanuel Chamboredon Ian P.

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