Dragons: Riders of Berk: Volume 1 (2012)
  • Share this:
Share with a friend
Sign into your email account to send this page to a friend:
Outlook or Apple Mail
or other default program

Dragons: Riders of Berk: Volume 1 (2012)

TV-PG 10 Episodes
To rent or buy an episode, or see more information, click an episode title.
Episodes:
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
In the aftermath of the events of the movie, the kids are enjoying their new lives with dragons, but the rest of the villagers aren't so sure. Hiccup and his friends have to find a way to train the dragons to live in peace with the rest of Berk.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Now that the dragons have assimilated into Berk, just about everyone seems to be better off. Except for Gobber, who made a career of building weapons to fight the dragons. Hiccup takes it upon himself to find a new role for Gobber in the new dragon-friendly village.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
As the dragons become more comfortable as a part of Berk society, the livestock are becoming less comfortable - fire-breathing predators are, after all, around every corner. As a result, Berk is running low on eggs, milk and other food supplies. With a heavy winter storm on the way, the kids must train not just the dragons, but also the livestock, if there's any hope of surviving the winter.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
While out flying on their dragons, the kids stumble upon a small dragon with an injured leg. They bring it back to Berk - no one has ever seen this species before, and everyone loves the new dragon, even Stoick, who names him Torch. Everyone but Toothless, that is, who knows that Torch is the offspring of the deadly Typhoomerang, who is heading towards Berk in search of her missing baby.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
When the dragons are blamed for a series of damages around the village, Hiccup and the kids form the Dragon United Monitoring Brigade (aka DUMB). But when the Great Hall is ravaged, Hiccup suspects that someone else might be framing the dragons, in order to get rid of them.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
After the dragons are banished from the island, Hiccup searches for evidence to prove their innocence. But when Alvin, the villainous leader of Outcast Island and Berk's greatest enemy, decides to attack the island, Hiccup must protect his friends and prevent Alvin from learning the secrets of dragon training.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
A rogue sea dragon is attacking Berk's fishing ships, but Stoick and his men have been unable to pursue the dragon by sailboat. Hiccup tries to convince Stoick that he needs a dragon of his own for just such occasions. But when Stoick decides to use Toothless, Hiccup needs to find a new dragon for Stoick in order to get his own dragon back.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
When Stoick has a portrait of himself and Hiccup painted for the collection in the Great Hall, Hiccup ends up depicted as a strong, burly Viking, not his usual skinny self. To prove he's the Viking his father wishes he was, Hiccup embarks on an epic quest to find the lost treasure of Hamish the First, Berk's first chief.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Trader Johann comes to Berk, bringing with him new and exotic goods that the people of Berk hurry to trade for. But soon, the dragons begin sneezing and getting sick. Hiccup, with the help of the others, determines that the dragons have been poisoned from eating the Blue Oleander flowers that have been growing throughout the village. The only cure: the venom of the Scauldron, a massive and vicious sea dragon.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
A mysterious girl, Heather, washes up on the shores of Berk. Proving herself a valuable addition to Berk, she wins the affection of everyone except Astrid, who notices Heather is particularly interested in flying dragons and in the Book of Dragons. Hiccup refuses to believe she could be lying about anything...
Viking youths form bonds with and learn to train dragons to protect their village in this continuation of the story from the 2010 feature film "How to Train Your Dragon."
Genres Family
Director
Starring Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, Chris Edgerly View More
Walmart Gift Card
Put the fun of shopping in their hands with Walmart Gift Cards! Ship to Home or Send via email.
Advertisement
Advertisement

About Video on Demand by VUDU

Video on Demand by VUDU is a service that allows you to watch videos you want—including new releases—in high definition, with no monthly fees and no late fees. If it is out on DVD, chances are you can watch it today on VUDU.
Use Walmart.com to browse and rent or buy the movies you want, and then watch them on your computer or on your TV (requires an Internet connection and a VUDU-enabled HDTV or Blu-ray player, or a Sony PS3™).
Browse and rent or buy on Walmart.com, then start watching movies right in your browser.
Requirements:
  • A computer running Windows or Mac OS
  • A current Web browser that supports Adobe Flash 10.1 or later
  • Internet connection of 1 Mbps or faster. (Not sure if your connection is fast enough? Test it now on VUDU.com)
Please note that, due to studio restrictions, High-Definition (HD) and Full-HD (HDX) movies will be streamed at Standard Definition (SD) when you are watching from your computer. If you plan on watching only from a computer, we recommend choosing SD videos.
If you have an Internet-connected HDTV, Blu-ray player, or Sony PlayStation 3, chances are that you're already set up to watch VUDU from your TV. Browse and buy on Walmart.com, or start VUDU on your TV and sign in using your Walmart account, and start watching your movies right away.
Requirements:
Standard Definition (SD) 480p:1 Mbps
High Definition (HD) 720p:2.25 Mbps
Full HD (HDX) 1080p:4.5 Mbps
If you are unsure of your HDTV's maximum resolution, please check the manual or the manufacturer's specifications.
Please note: Video on Demand is currently only available to locations in the United States. Use of this service is subject to the VUDU Terms of Service.

Movie Summary

Viking youths form bonds with and learn to train dragons to protect their village in this continuation of the story from the 2010 feature film "How to Train Your Dragon."
Rovi - join the entertainment Portions of content provided by Rovi Corporation. © 2015 Rovi Corporation.

Movie Details

Genres Family
Starring Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, Chris Edgerly, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, David Faustino, Tim Conway, Julie Marcus, T.J. Miller, Nolan North
Studio Name 20th Century Fox
Release Date 2012
VUDU Release Date 11/22/2012
Rating TV-PG About Ratings
Episodes 10 episodes
Language English

Rights & Requirements

VUDU Service Compatibility: You can watch VUDU content on your computer, your Internet-capable television or any device manufactured by VUDU or a third party that is licensed to provide the VUDU Service (collectively, "VUDU Devices").
Renting: Video rental periods are for a set period of time (typically 24, 48 or 72 hours), as indicated at the time of purchase. The rental period begins when you first start watching the video. Rentals expire after a set period of time, typically 30 days, whether you have watched them or not.
Buying: When you buy content from VUDU, you will typically be able to view it on your VUDU Device for as long as you are able to access the VUDU service.
Please note: These are general statements concerning VUDU's standard terms for renting and purchasing content and do not apply to each and every item of content available through the VUDU service. Due to licensing restrictions, these terms may vary depending on the content you have selected. For example, sometimes new release movies may become unavailable for viewing for an unspecified period of time due to licensing restrictions. VUDU makes every effort to notify you about unique terms and conditions that apply to certain content prior to your purchase or rental of that content. It is your obligation to review any additional restrictions or conditions related to content you intend to purchase or rent.

Customer Product Reviews

The Walmart.com site includes Flash technology. To avoid interruption of software designed to aid visually-impaired people, please turn off your Flash player.
The Walmart.com site includes Flash technology. To avoid interruption of software designed to aid visually-impaired people, please turn off your Flash player.