|Title||:||Frank Herbert's Dune|
|Genre||:||Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama|
|First Air Date||:||2000-12-03|
|Last Air Date||:||2000-12-06|
|Number of Seasons||:||1|
|Overview||:|| Frank Herbert's Dune is a three-part miniseries written and directed by John Harrison and based on Frank Herbert's 1965 novel Dune.
The series was produced by New Amsterdam Entertainment, Blixa Film Produktion and Hallmark Entertainment Distribution. It was first broadcast in the United States on December 3, 2000, on the Sci Fi Channel, just two months after what would have been Herbert's 80th birthday. It was later released on DVD in 2001, with a director's cut appearing in 2002.
A 2003 sequel miniseries called Frank Herbert's Children of Dune continued the story, adapting the second and third novels in the series. As of 2004, both miniseries were two of the three highest-rated programs ever to be broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel.
Frank Herbert's Dune won two Emmy Awards in 2001 for Cinematography and Visual effects in a miniseries/movie, as well as being nominated for a third Emmy for Sound editing. The series was also praised by several critics, including Kim Newman.
The miniseries was shot in Univisium aspect ratio, although it was broadcast in 1.78:1. Frank Herbert's Dune, Frank Herbert's Dune
|Subtitle||:||English, France, Spanish, Ductch, Italian, German, Danish, Swedish, Russaian, Norwegian, Turskish, Belgium, Denmark, China, Japanese, etc|
|Stars||:||Saskia Reeves (Lady Jessica Atreides), Uwe Ochsenknecht (Stilgar), Laura Burton (Alia Atreides), P.H. Moriarty (Gurney Halleck), László I. Kish (Glossu Rabban), William Hurt (Duke Leto Atreides), Matt Keeslar (Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen), Ian McNeice (Baron Vladimir Harkonnen), Alec Newman (Paul Atreides / Muad'Dib), Giancarlo Giannini (Padishah - Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV), Julie Cox (Princess Irulan Corrino)|
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