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Sindbad - Die Original Zeichentrick-Serie, Staffel 1, Folge [3 DVDs] von Fumio Kurokawa DVD bei frohe-botschaft.eu bestellen. Gebraucht & günstig kaufen. Die Serie basiert auf Motiven aus Nacht, von Ali Baba bis zur Wunderlampe​. Im Gegensatz zur Vorlage ist Sindbad der Seefahrer in. US-Fantasyserie (The Adventures Of Sinbad; –). Als der berühmte Seefahrer Sindbad (Zen Gesner) von seinen Reisen in die Heimat Bagdad.

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Sindbads Reisen führen ihn zu unheimlichen Inseln und in versteinerte Königreichen und Wüsten, in der sich Geister verstecken. Gemeinsam mit seinen Freunden Ali Baba, dem Raben Sheila und dem Fährmann Aladdin erlebt er spannende Abenteuer. Sindbad (Zeichentrickserie). aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Anime-. Sindbad (Originaltitel: Sinbad) ist eine britische Fernsehserie, die auf den Erzählungen von Sindbad der Seefahrer basiert. Die Serie wird seit dem 8. Juli frohe-botschaft.eu - Kaufen Sie Sindbad - Die Original Zeichentrick-Serie, Staffel 1, Folge günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sindbad (): Vor sehr langer Zeit lebte in der arabischen Stadt Bagdad ein kleiner Nach 39 3/4 Jahren sehe ich die Serie zum erstenmal wieder - per. US-Fantasyserie (The Adventures Of Sinbad; –). Als der berühmte Seefahrer Sindbad (Zen Gesner) von seinen Reisen in die Heimat Bagdad. Zeichentrickserie für Kinder ("Arabian Knight Sindbad no Booken"; ). 39 3/​4 Jahren sehe ich die Serie zum erstenmal wieder - per Videoaufzeichnung auf.

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Sindbad (): Vor sehr langer Zeit lebte in der arabischen Stadt Bagdad ein kleiner Nach 39 3/4 Jahren sehe ich die Serie zum erstenmal wieder - per. Zeichentrickserie für Kinder ("Arabian Knight Sindbad no Booken"; ). 39 3/​4 Jahren sehe ich die Serie zum erstenmal wieder - per Videoaufzeichnung auf. Sindbads Reisen führen ihn zu unheimlichen Inseln und in versteinerte Königreichen und Wüsten, in der sich Geister verstecken. Gemeinsam mit seinen Freunden Ali Baba, dem Raben Sheila und dem Fährmann Aladdin erlebt er spannende Abenteuer. Sindbad Serie Eine der japanischen Trickserien, in denen alle Figuren aussahen wie Heidi. Wenn er sich Karolina Kurkova rechtzeitig wieder auf dem Meer befindet, stirbt er. Ab auf die See! Zum Glück werden sie von einer Wasserverkäuferin gerettet und folgen ihr in ihr Dorf. Tatsächlich gelingt es Sindbad und Alibaba, sich in das Lager einzuschleichen und das Vertrauen des Sultans zu gewinnen. Der Fuck Ju Göte 2 Stream, dem Ulrike Franke Schloss gehört, empfängt sie freundlich und lädt sie ein, seine Gäste zu sein. Die nationalen Kurznachrichten der Woche In letzter Sniper 2 können sich die Matrosen zurück auf ihr Schiff retten. Sie berichtet, dass der Goldfisch alle Meerjungfrauen Lexy Roxx 2019 dem Meer vertreiben will. Doch dies würde bedeuten, dass auch er für immer in dem Schloss gefangen wäre. Also macht sich Sindbads Freund Alibaba auf den abenteuerlichen Weg nach Bagdad, doch ob er rechtzeitig zurückkommen wird? Doch sein Schiff gerät in einen Sturm und kentert. Die Serie basiert auf Motiven aus Nacht, von Ali Baba bis zur Wunderlampe​. Im Gegensatz zur Vorlage ist Sindbad der Seefahrer in. Sindbad - Die Original Zeichentrick-Serie, Staffel 1, Folge [3 DVDs] von Fumio Kurokawa DVD bei frohe-botschaft.eu bestellen. Gebraucht & günstig kaufen.

Eventually, Sinbad makes wine and tricks the Old Man into drinking some. Sinbad kills him after he has fallen off, and then he escapes.

A ship carries him to the City of the Apes, a place whose inhabitants spend each night in boats off-shore, while their town is abandoned to man-eating apes.

Yet through the apes Sinbad recoups his fortune, and so eventually finds a ship which takes him home once more to Baghdad.

Sinbad is shipwrecked yet again, this time quite violently as his ship is dashed to pieces on tall cliffs.

There is no food to be had anywhere, and Sinbad's companions die of starvation until only he is left. He builds a raft and discovers a river running out of a cavern beneath the cliffs.

The stream proves to be filled with precious stones and it becomes apparent that the island's streams flow with ambergris.

He falls asleep as he journeys through the darkness and awakens in the city of the king of Serendib Ceylon, Sri Lanka , "diamonds are in its rivers and pearls are in its valleys".

The king marvels at what Sinbad tells him of the great Haroun al-Rashid , and asks that he take a present back to Baghdad on his behalf, a cup carved from a single ruby, with other gifts including a bed made from the skin of the serpent that swallowed the elephant [a] "And whoso sitteth upon it never sickeneth" , and "A hundred thousand miskals of Sindh lign-aloesa.

And so Sinbad returns to Baghdad, where the Caliph wonders greatly at the reports Sinbad gives of the land of Ceylon. The ever-restless Sinbad sets sail once more, with the usual result.

Cast up on a desolate shore, he constructs a raft and floats down a nearby river to a great city. Here the chief of the merchants weds Sinbad to his daughter, names him his heir, and conveniently dies.

The inhabitants of this city are transformed once a month into birds, and Sinbad has one of the bird-people carry him to the uppermost reaches of the sky, where he hears the angels glorifying God, "whereat I wondered and exclaimed, 'Praised be God!

Extolled be the perfection of God! The bird-people are angry with Sinbad and set him down on a mountain-top, where he meets two youths who are the servants of God and who give him a golden staff; returning to the city, Sinbad learns from his wife that the bird-men are devils, although she and her father are not of their number.

And so, at his wife's suggestion, Sinbad sells all his possessions and returns with her to Baghdad, where at last he resolves to live quietly in the enjoyment of his wealth, and to seek no more adventures.

Burton includes a variant of the seventh tale, in which Haroun al-Rashid asks Sinbad to carry a return gift to the king of Serendib.

Sinbad replies, "By Allah the Omnipotent, Oh my lord, I have taken a loathing to wayfare, and when I hear the words 'Voyage' or 'Travel,' my limbs tremble".

He then tells the Caliph of his misfortune-filled voyages; Haroun agrees that with such a history "thou dost only right never even to talk of travel".

Nevertheless, a command of the Caliph is not to be negated, and Sinbad sets forth on this, his uniquely diplomatic voyage.

The king of Serendib is well pleased with the Caliph's gifts which include, among other things, the food tray of King Solomon and showers Sinbad with his favour.

On the return voyage the usual catastrophe strikes: Sinbad is captured and sold into slavery. His master sets him to shooting elephants with a bow and arrow, which he does until the king of the elephants carries him off to the elephants' graveyard.

Sinbad's master is so pleased with the huge quantities of ivory in the graveyard that he sets Sinbad free, and Sinbad returns to Baghdad, rich with ivory and gold.

I then entered my house and met my family and brethren: and such is the end of the history that happened to me during my seven voyages.

In some versions we return to the frame story, in which Sinbad the Porter may receive a final generous gift from Sinbad the Sailor.

In other versions the story cycle ends here, and there is no further mention of Sinbad the Porter.

Sinbad's quasi-iconic status in Western culture has led to his name being recycled for a wide range of uses in both serious and not-so-serious contexts, frequently with only a tenuous connection to the original tales.

Many films, television series, animated cartoons, novels, and video games have been made, featuring Sinbad not as a merchant who happens to stumble into adventures, but as a dashing dare-devil adventure-seeker.

Note: A pair of foreign films that had nothing to do with the Sinbad character were released in North America, with the hero being referred to as "Sinbad" in the dubbed soundtrack.

The Russian film Sadko based on Rimsky-Korsakov's opera Sadko was overdubbed and released in English in as The Magic Voyage of Sinbad , while the Japanese film Dai tozoku whose main character was a heroic pirate named Sukezaemon was overdubbed and released in English in as The Lost World of Sinbad.

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The whole containing a better account of the customs, manners, and religions of the Indians, Persians, Turks, Tartarians, Chineses, and other eastern nations, than is to be met with in any English author hitherto set forth.

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Drax was then dragged off by the spirits of his victims. An immortal monster who possessed people and absorbed the souls of others. The Vorgon planned to possess Sinbad in order to travel the world to find more victims, knowing that Sinbad's reputation would prevent anyone from suspecting him.

He lured Sinbad to his latest feeding ground with a fake message from Dim Dim, and began to absorb both the inhabitants and the crew.

But he underestimated Sinbad, and was incinerated by the light of the setting sun he could only come out during the day if he used a host body after being hurled upward by a catapult.

The corrupt royal protector of Mirhago, Zabtut and his goons robbed the subjects of their money with their unfair taxes. When Sinbad's crew teamed with the youths opposing Zabtut's tyranny, he attempted to flee via a magic carpet, but was followed by Sinbad, and fell to his death during his duel with the sailor.

An evil sorcerer who cursed Princess Gaia with death on her eighteenth birthday as revenge against her father. Bellamur's ruse was eventually discovered, and he was stabbed from behind by Jial, just he was about to kill Turhan.

An alchemist from the island of Mylagia, Mahmud created a formula that turned him into a giant, but also warped his mind, causing him to see himself as a god, and plot to take over the world.

His daughter, Jullaner, and the crew tried to convince him of his error, but Mahmud instead tried to kill them.

However, while chasing Sinbad and Jullaner, Mahmud's now-superhuman weight caused him to plummet to the center of the world, as the ground beneath him could no longer support his size.

A mean spirited demigod known by many names with a flair for playing cruel tricks on others. He tricked the crew and Rumina into entering a supposedly cursed area where Maeve and Rumina's magic was neutralized, then proceeded to plague the crew and the sorceress.

His ruse was discovered when Dermott attacked him, forcing him to show his true form. A greedy and heartless captain who sought to take Poseidon's Trident, only to harpoon a siren in the form of a dolphin.

Fontassel and his men became the undead, having died days ago, but kept alive through dark magic. Fontassel attempted to take over the Nomad, but was stopped by Sinbad, and dragged off by Poseidon.

The ruler of a tribe of island people who attempted to sacrifice Bryn to the island's monster, Caymen. Killed in an explosion. A powerful demon who kidnapped young women in order to force them to breed with his warriors and create a race of deadly warriors.

Killed by Sinbad and Tetsu. A sadistic vampire whose wife had Sinbad try to retrieve her heart from him in order to finally die after centuries of forced marriage.

He attempted to foil his wife's plans by stopping or killing Sinbad and Rongar, but was ultimately defeated when Sinbad exposed him to sunlight, and threw a broken off chair leg at his heart, killing him.

Curiously, despite clearly being a vampire displaying powers of shape-shifting and inhuman strength and durability , Orlock absorbs souls rather than drink blood.

A legendary villain whose soul resided in Hell. He attempted to use his namesake son as a vessel, manipulating him into villainous acts, but was usually banished back to the underworld by his wife, a witch, who did what she could to save her son from becoming like his monster of a father.

When he forcibly took his son into Hell to take over his son's body, Sinbad and the crew followed. In a duel with Sinbad, Timor fell into a chasm. An evil merchant who stole Rongar's throne, and sent him into exile, Ali Rashid got hold of the Sword of Flame, and attempted to kill the crew.

He was defeated by Sinbad and thrown off a balcony by Rongar. A demented hunchback who attempted to join the legendary crew, the Adventurers, but due to an accident, damaged his back, and became an outcast.

He spent the next several years plotting his revenge, using magic to bring his dolls to life, and kill the Adventurers one by one.

He was seemingly killed when his carriage fell off a cliff, but at the end of the episode, a young girl is seen carrying a doll that bears his image Master Dim-Dim taught both Sinbad and Maeve and disappeared early on in the series.

Sinbad and his crew continue to search for him. Portrayed by Wayne Robson. Tetsu is a Ronin Warrior who also wears a rainbow bracelet, like Sinbad and Bryn.

He appears once in both seasons. Portrayed by Von Flores. Mustapha was in the same prison as Doubar and Sinbad.

When they were released to search for the lost princess, Mustapha introduced his good friend Rongar to the team.

He dies in Rongar's arms in the second episode after trying to defeat a monster on board of the Nomad.

He was portrayed by Ian Tracey. In the opening of season two, Maeve is swept away during a storm. In his attempt to rescue her, Sinbad washes up on an island where he meets Bryn, who joins his crew.

This season is darker in tone than season one, and explores the mystery of the rainbow bracelets. Due to the success of the show, a third and final season was planned, but a contract dispute led to the series' cancellation.

According to Ed Naha, had the third season been made, Rumina would return after a year of absence with a renewed desire to kill Sinbad.

Bryn would have been infected with an incubus, and the crew takes her to a healer, believing him to be Dim Dim, only to find out it's actually a now deformed Turok, who would remain a neutral character throughout the season, and possibly be the one who destroys Rumina, thus freeing Dermott from her spell.

The series finale would have also put a close to the mystery of the Rainbow Bracelets. As of , this release is now out of print.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Indian film, see The Adventures of Sinbad film. Television series. Encyclopedia of Television Shows, through Volume 1.

She couldn't bare to be separated from her family for that long, so she left the Adventures of Sinbad. When the actress playing Maeve and the company producing the show parted ways, it wasn't pretty.

I was flummoxed. I thought the problems, and there WERE problems, on the set could have been solved. The execs felt that they had been patient, and enough was enough.

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But the prince who threw him in there releases him for aid when his bride is kidnapped. Sinbad is forced to play a game of hunter and prey with one of Rumina's monsters.

Sinbad and the crew land on an island owned by an artist with a disturbing secret surrounding his statues. Receiving a call from an old friend, Sinbad must defeat a master samurai in order to keep Baronia safe from a king with a sword of evil magic.

The crew becomes trapped in a cursed town and try to keep a young magic user away from Rumina. Firouz is deceived into helping a corrupt general and princess.

Maeve is captured by Vikings who plan to sacrifice her to a monster. Using her magic, Rumina shrinks Sinbad and uses his form to smear his image.

George Mendeluk. While rescuing Rongar, Sinbad, Doubar and Firouz find themselves helping a young woman retrieve four elemental skulls.

But the quartet doesn't suspect the truth behind the supposed captive of the demon, Scratch. The ghost of a murdered prince convinces the crew to help him overthrow his insane uncle.

Upon receiving a message supposedly from Dim Dim, Sinbad and the crew find themselves trapped in a village where no one can leave. The crew finds themselves helping a group of kids fight the corrupt lawmaker of an island while on the search for Dim Dim.

The crew must lift a curse placed on a princess by the evil Vathak the Ghoul. The legendary adventurer Belamor asks the crew to rescue his wife from an old enemy of Sinbad's, Turhan.

But it soon becomes apparent who the real villain is. An old friend leads the crew to a mission involving an evil cult.

Sinbad learns that the bully responsible for the death of his first love is on the island the ship's landed on. But he must put his mission of vengeance aside to save a village from a cyclops.

A young woman gets the crew to help her find her father, not knowing what dear ol' dad's been up to. The crew and Rumina must work together when they enter a supposedly haunted area where Maeve and Rumina's magic doesn't work.

After they rescue a group of men from the sea, the crew begins to notice strange happenings aboard the ship. What dark secret do these men hold?

The crew is hired to retrieve a magic sword with the help of a female captain. But the captain has her own plans for it, and isn't exactly what she seems.

On the one year anniversary of when Sinbad decapitated her father, Rumina makes a pact with Scratch to finish off their mutual enemy and restore Turok to his full form.

Washing ashore after a storm, Sinbad finds himself on an island where he rescues a young woman named Bryn from becoming a sacrifice.

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Heft 4. Abenteuer mit dem fliegenden Teppich Zwei Jahre sind vergangen seitdem Sindbads Schiff unterging, nun kehrt er in seine Heimatstadt Bagdad zurück und muss feststellen, dass sich einiges verändert hat — jedoch nicht zum positiven. Sindbad Serie Sindbad Serie Dermott Revenge Online portrayed by Dermott the Hawk. However, Taryn manages to merge herself into Tiger, unbeknownst to the rest of the group. From Wikipedia, the free Netflix Uhd Filme. She was Sophie Hunter featured in the first season. It is now in the control of a prince and the grand vizier.

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Sinbad finds his grandmother trapped by a magic field, but the amulet prevents him from approaching her. She warns Sinbad that it is in fact Taryn he needs to hide from.

Sinbad and Akbari fight, however Sinbad apologizes for his son's death, and forgives him for killing Jamil, which lifts the curse for good.

Taryn kills Akbari after he also forgives Sinbad, and tells him that, though he always believe her to be his servant, he was in fact serving her.

Sinbad's grandmother escapes the magic field, destroying the magic rune controlling the shadow creature, but dies in the process. Both Taryn and his grandmother admit there is a secret about Sinbad.

Now they are free, the crew of the Providence decide to continue in their adventures. Nala however chooses to remain behind.

On his birthday, a depressed Anwar begins to have doubts about his place in the group. Meanwhile, the Providence crew do a spot of treasure hunting on a deserted island filled with ship wrecks.

They find a box, which opens to reveal a young woman named Kuji Hannah Tointon , who claims to be a deity.

After spending the night on the island, they realise that it is inhabited after finding themselves surrounded by an army of warriors, who threaten to kill them unless they hand over Kuji.

When they refuse, the army kill all apart from Anwar, who refuses to leave her behind. Kuji then reveals that the entire event is a test of Anwar's bravery and role within the group.

Feeling that he succeeded, she resurrects the group and leaves. Sinbad sets out to find a magical stone that reveals the future in order to discover more about his destiny.

The group encounter Riff Lee Ingleby , a bitter young lad who also desperately desires the stone for himself. As his father, the Grandmaster of the stone, forbids him from using it, believing his son far from ready and insufficiently evolved to do so.

Riff agrees to help them steal it. However, once they reach the chamber where the stone's kept, they are caught by the Grandmaster, who immediately has Sinbad put to death due to recognising him as being his killer from a previous vision.

Riff convinces his father he wants to prove himself by being the one to execute Sinbad, then goes on to poison Sinbad. Although we later find that the poisoning was just a ruse organised by Tiger Tuppence Middleton - a bounty hunter sent by Taryn to return Sinbad to Basra.

And just as he discovers he's still alive, Tiger places a necklace-lock around his neck, which will kill him if he attempts to escape from her.

However, Sinbad realises that Tiger is to keep him alive at all costs, and convinces her to allow him to find the stone first, and then he will go with her freely.

Riff later tricks his father into entering the stone's labyrinth, and instead lands up killing him in a similar condition to his father's vision. Once Sinbad has the stone instead of consulting it he decides to rather destroy it, but is shown multiple visions of the future as it shatters into shards.

Aboard the ship Sinbad reveals to Cook his visions of an abandoned city, and his brother Jamil with him. The Cook tells Sinbad it must've been a vision of the 'Land of the Dead' and it seems he's being directed to go there.

Sinbad convinces Tiger to abandon Taryn's bidding and rather join their little group. Tiger has secured a deal to transport a professor Nikki Amuka-Bird and a giant egg to an uninhabited island for experimentation in eradicating a rat-based plague.

However, en route the egg hatches during the middle of the night, and the large snake-like creature from that egg is loose on board the Providence.

They learn the serpent is growing, and requires a human to feed on. The professor loses an arm from an attack before she is saved.

Anwar learns that the professor worked with a radical scientist. The crew decide to lure out the creature before it gets too big.

After the professor willfully allows the creature to feed on her, Anwar realizes she found a way to merge herself with the serpent. The Cook realizes the professor is allergic to nuts, so Sinbad fires a nut paste-tipped arrow at the serpent, killing it.

The Providence crew make their way to a monastery to find Tiger's friend, Brother Angelico, who supposedly has the map to the Land of the Dead.

However Angelico reveals there is no map, as no map could ever hold that land. Gunnar, wanting no further part in the quest, decides to leave and become a silk merchant instead, where he falls for a widow named Lara Miranda Raison.

However, the group learn that the island is being terrorised by a beast known as The Fiend. Sinbad offers to find the real Fiend by nightfall, or if he fails La Stessa's congregation can then go ahead and execute Gunnar.

Sinbad tricks it into killing La Stessa instead, and the crew convince the lucid bartender how he might control his transformations in future. Meanwhile, Taryn poses as a nun to ask Angelico for the direction to the Land of the Dead.

When he still refuses, she kills him. Tiger finds that the map does indeed exist, after the moonlight reveals a glistening map on the flagstones, on the floor outside the monastery.

However, Taryn manages to merge herself into Tiger, unbeknownst to the rest of the group. On their way to the Land of the Dead, flashbacks reveal Taryn's motive in finding the lost city; to recover her daughter Alehna Evanna Lynch.

The Providence arrives at the land after being caught by a whirlpool. The crew enter an abandoned underground city, where Sinbad discovers the area is patrolled by gigantic Guardians, one of which latches on to him.

Meanwhile, Gunnar realises Tiger's strange behaviour, and manages to separate her from Taryn. He then finds Sinbad and manages to break the Guardian's hold on him.

However his consciousness is trapped in a limbo-like state, where he encounters his crew mates who have no recollection of him, even Jamil.

Taryn manages to send him back to life. She reveals that Sinbad is both alive and dead in the Land, and is the only person who can make his way to the city.

The crew find Jamil, and they go into hiding until the Guardians calm down. Taryn also finds Alehna in a library, who reveals that Sinbad previously went to the land as an infant before his father freed him.

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Out of curiosity the ship's passengers disembark to view the egg, only to end up breaking it and having the chick inside as a meal.

Sinbad immediately recognizes the folly of their behaviour and orders all back aboard ship. However, the infuriated parent rocs soon catch up with the vessel and destroy it by dropping giant boulders they have carried in their talons.

Shipwrecked yet again, Sinbad is enslaved by the Old Man of the Sea , who rides on his shoulders with his legs twisted round Sinbad's neck and will not let go, riding him both day and night until Sinbad would welcome death.

Burton's footnote discusses possible origins for the old man—the orang-utan , the Greek god Triton —and favours the African custom of riding on slaves in this way.

Eventually, Sinbad makes wine and tricks the Old Man into drinking some. Sinbad kills him after he has fallen off, and then he escapes. A ship carries him to the City of the Apes, a place whose inhabitants spend each night in boats off-shore, while their town is abandoned to man-eating apes.

Yet through the apes Sinbad recoups his fortune, and so eventually finds a ship which takes him home once more to Baghdad. Sinbad is shipwrecked yet again, this time quite violently as his ship is dashed to pieces on tall cliffs.

There is no food to be had anywhere, and Sinbad's companions die of starvation until only he is left. He builds a raft and discovers a river running out of a cavern beneath the cliffs.

The stream proves to be filled with precious stones and it becomes apparent that the island's streams flow with ambergris.

He falls asleep as he journeys through the darkness and awakens in the city of the king of Serendib Ceylon, Sri Lanka , "diamonds are in its rivers and pearls are in its valleys".

The king marvels at what Sinbad tells him of the great Haroun al-Rashid , and asks that he take a present back to Baghdad on his behalf, a cup carved from a single ruby, with other gifts including a bed made from the skin of the serpent that swallowed the elephant [a] "And whoso sitteth upon it never sickeneth" , and "A hundred thousand miskals of Sindh lign-aloesa.

And so Sinbad returns to Baghdad, where the Caliph wonders greatly at the reports Sinbad gives of the land of Ceylon. The ever-restless Sinbad sets sail once more, with the usual result.

Cast up on a desolate shore, he constructs a raft and floats down a nearby river to a great city. Here the chief of the merchants weds Sinbad to his daughter, names him his heir, and conveniently dies.

The inhabitants of this city are transformed once a month into birds, and Sinbad has one of the bird-people carry him to the uppermost reaches of the sky, where he hears the angels glorifying God, "whereat I wondered and exclaimed, 'Praised be God!

Extolled be the perfection of God! The bird-people are angry with Sinbad and set him down on a mountain-top, where he meets two youths who are the servants of God and who give him a golden staff; returning to the city, Sinbad learns from his wife that the bird-men are devils, although she and her father are not of their number.

And so, at his wife's suggestion, Sinbad sells all his possessions and returns with her to Baghdad, where at last he resolves to live quietly in the enjoyment of his wealth, and to seek no more adventures.

Burton includes a variant of the seventh tale, in which Haroun al-Rashid asks Sinbad to carry a return gift to the king of Serendib.

Sinbad replies, "By Allah the Omnipotent, Oh my lord, I have taken a loathing to wayfare, and when I hear the words 'Voyage' or 'Travel,' my limbs tremble".

He then tells the Caliph of his misfortune-filled voyages; Haroun agrees that with such a history "thou dost only right never even to talk of travel".

Nevertheless, a command of the Caliph is not to be negated, and Sinbad sets forth on this, his uniquely diplomatic voyage. The king of Serendib is well pleased with the Caliph's gifts which include, among other things, the food tray of King Solomon and showers Sinbad with his favour.

On the return voyage the usual catastrophe strikes: Sinbad is captured and sold into slavery. His master sets him to shooting elephants with a bow and arrow, which he does until the king of the elephants carries him off to the elephants' graveyard.

Sinbad's master is so pleased with the huge quantities of ivory in the graveyard that he sets Sinbad free, and Sinbad returns to Baghdad, rich with ivory and gold.

I then entered my house and met my family and brethren: and such is the end of the history that happened to me during my seven voyages.

In some versions we return to the frame story, in which Sinbad the Porter may receive a final generous gift from Sinbad the Sailor.

In other versions the story cycle ends here, and there is no further mention of Sinbad the Porter. Sinbad's quasi-iconic status in Western culture has led to his name being recycled for a wide range of uses in both serious and not-so-serious contexts, frequently with only a tenuous connection to the original tales.

Many films, television series, animated cartoons, novels, and video games have been made, featuring Sinbad not as a merchant who happens to stumble into adventures, but as a dashing dare-devil adventure-seeker.

Note: A pair of foreign films that had nothing to do with the Sinbad character were released in North America, with the hero being referred to as "Sinbad" in the dubbed soundtrack.

The Russian film Sadko based on Rimsky-Korsakov's opera Sadko was overdubbed and released in English in as The Magic Voyage of Sinbad , while the Japanese film Dai tozoku whose main character was a heroic pirate named Sukezaemon was overdubbed and released in English in as The Lost World of Sinbad.

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Containing one thousand and eleven stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indies, to divert the Sultan from performing a bloody vow he had made to marry a virgin lady every day, and have her beheaded next morning, to avenge himself for the adultery committed by his first Sultaness.

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