The fantasy movie starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly
Lonely Walker turns her gaze to Sarah and Jareth:
"The Goblin King, Jareth (David Bowie), offers Sarah (Jennifer
Connelly) a life with him in his wondrous kingdom. She would live
out her wildest dreams and, more importantly, escape from the life she
hates. However, if she does so, Jareth will turn her brother, Toby (Toby
Froud), into a goblin. Tough choice, huh?" [More]
Cat eyes up the inhabitants of the labyrinth who have a great
line in quotable dialogue:
"most brought alive thanks to the puppet wizardry of the Jim Henson
Creature Workshop. I say "most" because, as far as we know, David
Bowie is not a puppet!"
Sarah: "Did you say hello?"
Worm: "No, I said 'Ello, but that's close enough." [More]
Selection of photos from the movie, featuring David Bowie, Jennifer
Connelly and many of the key creatures plus one of the men behind it
- Jim Henson and some little known movie maker called George
To related Labyrinth, David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly and Jim Henson
discussions on our forum messageboard and to other related sites. [More]
"Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought
my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City. For my will is as
strong as yours. And my kingdom as great. You have no power over me."