Sinbad: Legend Of The Seven Seas

Sinbad: Legend Of The Seven Seas
Sinbad: Legend Of The Seven Seas




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A vibrant, animated spin on the classic Sinbad stories, this version portrays the hero as a notorious pirate. Framed for the theft of the precious Book of Peace, Sinbad must find the precious tome in 10 days, in order to save the life of Prince Proteus. Sinbad plans to flee, but Proteus's fiancée Marina stows away on his ship to make sure he fulfils his mission. However, the book is in the hands of Eris, goddess of chaos, and she has a diabolical plan of her own...

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Contains mild violence and perilous moments

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