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Sinbad: The Flying Princess and the Secret Island Part 1 (2015)

Sinbad: soratobu hime to himitsu no shima Part 1 (original title)
A hardworking and curious boy named SINBAD dreams of becoming a sailor and traveling around the world. One day, he encounters a mysterious girl on a flying wooden horse and a group of men ... See full summary »

Director:

Shinpei Miyashita

Writers:

Kaeko Hayafune (screenplay), Hiroyuki Kawasaki (composition)
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Credited cast:
Michael Adamthwaite ... Captain Razzak (voice)
Yutaka Aoyama Yutaka Aoyama ... (voice)
Don Brown ... Mr. Mohsen (voice)
Michael Dobson ... Daal (voice)
Cole Howard ... Sinbad (voice)
Takeshi Kaga ... Captain Razak (voice)
Ken Kramer ... Najib (voice)
Elyse Maloway ... Sana (voice)
Tadashi Miyazawa Tadashi Miyazawa ... (voice)
Tomo Muranaka Tomo Muranaka ... Sinbad (voice)
Nao Nagasawa Nao Nagasawa ... Ali (voice)
Rebecca Shoichet ... Latifa (voice)
Jason Simpson ... Haitham (voice)
Momoko Tanabe ... Sana (voice)
Travis Turner ... Ali (voice)
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A hardworking and curious boy named SINBAD dreams of becoming a sailor and traveling around the world. One day, he encounters a mysterious girl on a flying wooden horse and a group of men who chases her by flying carpets. Flying carpet, iron ship, attacking giant birds, and the secret island - Many hardships remain ahead of him!. Written by Moh-X

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Followed by Sinbad: Night at High Noon and the Wonder Gate (2016) See more »

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Fun fantasy for all the family
1 April 2019 | by timrossministerSee all my reviews

Billed as part 1 of a trilogy, strictly speaking, it's more of a three-part mini-series. This first part is a little slow, since it is establishing the characters and setting the story. However, the whole trilogy builds up into a nice little fantasy which does have a genuine Arabian Nights feel to it - albeit with a little early technology thrown in. It maybe not be quite up to Studio Ghibli standards, but it's perfectly watchable. It is suitable for all ages. There is no gore, nor any gratuitous sexualisation of women, which amines can occasionally be guilty of. The English dubbing has been done very well (so well it won a couple of awards) and flows very naturally, unlike some amines where the dub can feel a little awkward.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

4 July 2015 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Sinbad: The Flying Princess and the Secret Island Part 1 See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$49,099
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