Sinbad and the Minotaur

Synopsis: Sinbad, armed with rumors of ancient gold, finds himself sneaking into the desert camp of the evil sorcerer Al-Jibar. Hidden among the many relics is an ivory scroll case containing the logs of the pirate Captain Minos, which will lead Sinbad to the golden head of the Colossus of Rhodes.
Director(s): Karl Zwicky
Production: Entertainment One
88 min

the thief yourself.

I am Seif the Undying.

And you are?

I'm impressed.

- Seize him!


Kneel. Kneel.

Get up!

Get up!

- Guards! Guards!

Stop them! Surround them!

Don't let them escape!

You have something

that belongs to me.

The girl sees it differently.

- Don't test me, thief!

The Chronicles of King Minos

give them to me.

Well, the case may

belong to you,

but as for the secrets

discovered inside


The enchanted key.

It's no good to me now.

Where did you find this? -It's just

something I found along my way.

Much like this,

the magic cloak of mist.

Where did they go?

Find them! Find them!

Good dancing, Luna.

- Where is Sinbad?

He should be back by now.

- Trust me. If he's late, it's only

because he's stirring up trouble.

- Could it be treasure, you think?

Coins of silver? Jewelry?


Come on.

The man just can't help himself.

- We have to get back to the ship.

Wait, you used the cloak of mist. But

there was only three buttons left.

And now there's only two.

- Who's the stray?


Mount up, ladies. -We have

a long travel ahead of us

before dawn.

Stay here. Yah!

Come on.

The coast is clear.

If we hurry, we can

reach Daresh by nightfall.

Daresh? Is that your home?

It's where my ship is moored.

The sea is my home.

More like your wife.

One of three, in fact their

names being the sea,

adventure and selfish glory.

You'd do well to

remember that, girl.

His heart's taken by much

grander things than you or I.

You don't have to tag along.

- You sought my help.

And I played my part. It's time for

you to pay me what you owe me.

Once we find the head

of the Colossus,

you will get what you are

owed. Trust me. -Trust you?

Take your wench.

I'm keeping the horse.

It's all just chicken

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