|Directed by||Steven Lisberger|
|Screenplay by||Steven Lisberger|
|Produced by||Donald Kushner|
|Edited by||Jeff Gourson|
|Music by||Wendy Carlos|
|Distributed by||Buena Vista Distribution|
|Box office||$50 million|
Tron is a 1982 American science fiction movie released by Walt Disney Pictures. The movie stars Jeff Bridges as Kevin Flynn (and Clu), Bruce Boxleitner as Alan Bradley (and Tron) and Cindy Morgan as Lora (and Yori). David Warner plays the villain, Dillinger (and Sark, as well as the voice of the "Master Control Program"). It was directed by Steven Lisberger. One of the first movies to use computer animations extensively, Tron has a distinctive visual style.
A twentieth anniversary DVD edition came out in 2002. In early 2005, Disney revealed plans for a sequel. The sequel was called Tron Legacy and was released in 2010. It tells the story of Flynn's son Sam.
References[change | change source]
- "Disney Sets 'Tron' B.O. Record Straight". Daily Variety. February 24, 1984. p. 31.
- J.C. Maçek III (2012-08-02). "'American Pop'... Matters: Ron Thompson, the Illustrated Man Unsung". PopMatters. Archived from the original on 2012-09-15.
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