Two-movie collection featuring Disney’s classic live-action/animation and the 2016 remake. In ‘Pete’s Dragon’ (1977) lonely orphan Pete (Sean Marshall) finds a new friend in a surprising form: Elliott (voice of Charlie Callas), a 12-foot tall dragon that has the power to make itself invisible. Together they innocently cause chaos in their sleepy home town, but their partnership is put in jeopardy when visiting medicine seller Dr Terminus (Jim Dale) tries to kidnap Elliott. In ‘Pete’s Dragon’ (2016) young boy Pete (Oakes Fegley) is found by forest ranger Grace (Bryce Dallas Howard) after having lived in a forest for the last six years alongside his best friend, a dragon called Elliot (voice of John Kassir). After taking him home to try and find his family, Grace is shocked to learn of the dragon’s existence. However, when Elliot comes under threat from a hunter (Karl Urban), Pete, Grace, her father Meacham (Robert Redford) and lumber mill owner Jack (Wes Bentley)’s daughter Natalie (Oona Laurence) set out to protect him.