Sinbad of the Seven Seas

Synopsis: Fantasy tale based on the tale of the legendary sailor. Here Sinbad must recover five magical stones to free the city of Basra from the evil spell cast by a wizard. His journey takes him to the isle of the Amazons where the queen tries to capture him, to a battle with ghost warriors on the isle of the dead, and ultimately to a battle with his own double.
Production: Cannon Home Video
 
IMDB:
4.3
PG-13
Year:
1989
93 min
21 Views


I'm not sleepy.

Please tell me a story, Mommy.

All right, sweetie. I'll read you a story.

It's a very strange story.

But you'll have to promise me

you'll go to sleep afterwards.

I promise.

I hope you like it, Jane.

It's an Arabian Nights tale...

about a sailor named Sinbad.

- Sinbad?

- Yes.

It all happened many years ago...

when our Earth was such a very little,

lonely grain of sand...

lost in a myriad of stars.

It was in those early days of mankind...

that a great hero was born.

The bravest man ever born...

and, naturally, he was a prince...

the greatest prince of the seas.

His name was Sinbad...

conqueror of the seven oceans.

And he had traveled so far...

to the most strange

and mysterious countries...

together with his brave friends:

the young Ali, son of a great king...

the Viking warrior...

Poochi the dwarf...

the bald cook,

and the Chinese soldier of fortune.

And now, our story begins...

as they were returning home

to their beautifuI city of Basra.

The people of Basra

were the happiest in all the world...

because they were ruled

by a kind and wise calif named PaI.

The good Calif was loved

by all the people in his happy country...

all except a cunning and eviI wizard

named Jaffar.

I hope there's a princess, Mommy.

Yes. Of course there was a princess, Jane.

What kind of fairytale would it be

without a princess?

She was a wonderful princess...

the loveliest and sweetest princess

that ever lived.

Her name was Alina...

and she was fresh as the dew...

and beautiful as a blushing rose.

But now the princess

is sad and disheartened...

because the hero, whom she loves...

hasn't come back yet.

- Sinbad?

- No.

Not Sinbad,

but someone who sails with Sinbad.

I know. Prince Ali.

Yes, the handsome Prince Ali...

will soon be united

with his beloved Alina once more.

The townspeople of Basra

were preparing a great feast...

to honor the return

of their valiant hero, Sinbad.

They were also preparing a celebration...

for the joyous marriage of noble Prince Ali...

to their own beloved Princess Alina.

Meanwhile, high in the darkest corner

of the royaI palace...

Jaffar, the eviI wizard, planned an end

to the happy times of Basra, forever.

I, Jaffar...

your most devoted massif...

beseech that you grant...

this humble prayer.

The city of Basra...

center of the universe...

is a great ripe plum...

waiting to be plucked.

Grant...

that it is my hand...

that plucks it.

With that, dark clouds began to form

in the skies over Basra...

and the people, who had known nothing

but sunshine all their happy lives...

felt the first icy chill of Jaffar's crueI spell.

And thus, in your service...

may I bring hate, war,

poverty, and pestilence...

to this rich and powerful realm...

subjugate its people

to oppressin and torture...

and thus insure

through terror and tyranny...

that the kingdom of evil is born.

The black winds of pure eviI

blew through the town...

bringing with them destruction and misery.

The people of Basra cried out

in such pain and fear...

that their cries rose

to the very palace of the great Calif.

Jaffar!

Where is my vizier?

Jaffar!

There you are. What's happening, Jaffar?

My people are a happy people.

They love their neighbors.

Only an evil spell

could have transformed them into beasts.

Go and fetch the sacred gems,

and we'll carry them in processin...

and everything will be all right again.

The gems no longer exist.

You'll give no more orders,

you silly old fool.

Guards!

But it was too late.

Jaffar's power had grown too strong.

The sacred gems of Basra had been

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