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Sinbad and the Golden Ship

Mastervision 1986

Roy Carnell, Stuart Galloway
Myths and legends
Entered by:
Gunness, Sudders



Journey with the famed mariner across an island filled with natural and supernatural dangers. Over 100 illustrated locations capture the wonder and excitement of the Arabian Nights.


There is a legend that dates back to the war between Persian and Greece. The tale describes a War Ship made from solid gold.
The Shah of Persia summoned seven Babylonian wizards and commanded them to build the finest vessel that ever sailed, to be the flag ship of his fleet. For twenty one days the wizards toiled, using the help of spirits and magic, until the task was finished. On the twenty second day the wizards presented the Shah with a priceless ship constructed from gold and decorated with gems. No man could serve on its deck.
The ship's captain was one of the mighty lords of the Djinn and its sails were furled by spirits. The legend recounts the battle in which the Golden Ship led the Persian fleet against Greece. The gods of Greece were powerful and joined their people in battle. Poseidon rose from the sea and the Persian fleet was scattered. The tales differ but many say that the Golden Ship survived and the Djinn, being of a greedy nature, stole the valuable prize. It is said that the Golden Ship still sails the ocean and many men have gone in search of it.

The story so far ...

The ship sailed for thirty days across uncharted seas. Its captain was either unconcerned or unaware of the unrest amongst the crew. Each day he stood by the wheel, his eyes searching the horizon. Sinbad wondered what quest would encourage a captain to sail his ship into such perilous waters. The appearance of sea birds indicated that land was not far off. But the hypnotic song of the Sirens, that was carried by the East wind, was an omen to the sailors that the land was not safe for mortal men to walk. The captain was doomed never to sight land. Suddenly, without warning, a large tentacle rose out of the ocean and wrapped itself around the captain and dragged him into the water. Another tentacle came crashing through the hull and the deck below Sinbad was ripped from the ship and tossed into the sea. Sinbad lost consciousness but he did not drown. Sinbad was about to embark on another adventure

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