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Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2-Jul-2003)

Directors: Tim Johnson; Patrick Gilmore

Writer: John Logan

Music by: Harry Gregson-Williams

Producers: Mireille Soria; Jeffrey Katzenberg

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Swashbuckling

Legendary sailor Sinbad endeavors to recover a mythical book to spare his childhood friend's life.

Intrepid Persian sailor Sinbad, a plucky man with a taste for troublemaking behavior, is framed by Greek goddess Eris for the theft of the mythical Book of Peace. Eager to clear his name with his reputation preceding him, Sinbad sets out on a wild and wonderful journey to retrieve the precious cargo, doing so as childhood friend Prince Proteus's life hangs in the balance as a condition of his failure.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Cummings
3-Nov-1952   Prolific voice actor
Joseph Fiennes
27-May-1970   Shakespeare in Love
Dennis Haysbert
2-Jun-1954   President David Palmer on 24
Michelle Pfeiffer
29-Apr-1958   The Witches of Eastwick
Brad Pitt
18-Dec-1963   Ocean's Eleven
Timothy West
20-Oct-1934   Edward the King
Catherine Zeta-Jones
25-Sep-1969   Traffic


Brad Pitt   ...   Sinbad (voice)
Catherine Zeta-Jones   ...   Marina (voice)
Michelle Pfeiffer   ...   Eris (voice)
Joseph Fiennes   ...   Proteus (voice)
Dennis Haysbert   ...   Kale (voice)
Timothy West   ...   Dymas (voice)
Adriano Giannini   ...   Rat (voice)
Raman Hui   ...   Jin (voice)
Chung Chan   ...   Li (voice)
Jim Cummings   ...   Luca, Additional Voices (voice)
Conrad Vernon   ...   Jed (voice)
Andrew Birch   ...   Grum / Chum (voice)
Chris Miller   ...   Tower Guard (voice)


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