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Were you a child in the 1980's? Do you remember when Philip Schofield had brown hair? Then you probably remember this cracking series.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kq5Y_ogiyi0&

Wait I meant

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QD3IYxGHOs

They do not make shows like this any more. One of the few classic cartoons that isn't an unwatchable pile.

Set in the 16th Century, THE MYSTERIOUS CITIES OF GOLD follows the adventures of Spanish child Esteban as he travels round the Americas to discover various Cities of Gold. He is joined on his quest by Incan girl Zia and Tao, the last descendent of his race.

Use code app1 for this price.
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#1
awesome cartoon
#2
truely one of the classics, btw phil schofield dyed his hair from a very early age.... he was a white haired man in his teens

Edited By: Highway72 on Mar 22, 2011 12:55
#3
Did they ever find it?
1 Like #4
spudmcgraw
Did they ever find it?


Buy it and find out.
#5
I used to run home from school for this, loved it!! suppose to making a film, but its disappeared of the radar but they are starting a new 3 season 26 epsiode series this year apparently, doubt it will live up to the original though.



Edited By: haritori on Mar 22, 2011 14:00
#6
OMG nostalgia by the bucket loads, i never saw all of this but used to love it, along with thundercats, dogtanian, he-man, she-ra, m.a.s.k, bravestar omg those were the days think i will be getting this one.

Heat upon heat here.
#7
I wonder if this is as good as I remember... I bought the Dungeons and Dragons DVD set a few years back, and that is still totally awesome.
#8
amazing TV!!! :D

Although I haven't watched it in well over 20 years and don't want to watch it again in case it spoils it, like going to a Wimpey when I hadn't been since I was a kid and realising they were pooh.
#9
I started watching MCOG earlier this week and I'm very impressed. Already up to episode 7 and unlike other trips of nostalgia I'm fairly certain I will see it through to the end.

Although the animation has dated the style is very charming and the story is still fantastic!
Everyone knows the classic theme tune but I was really surprised by how good the music is throughout. It's dark and moody and reminds me of Blade Runner!

Edited By: MBeeching on Mar 22, 2011 14:27
#10
profet
I wonder if this is as good as I remember... I bought the Dungeons and Dragons DVD set a few years back, and that is still totally awesome.


Did they ever finish that series properly? I don't seem to remember them getting home.
#11
they found the mysterious cities of gold. was a good ending. very impressed with the series and the quality of the copy too
#12
Kanedaaaaaa
profet
I wonder if this is as good as I remember... I bought the Dungeons and Dragons DVD set a few years back, and that is still totally awesome.

Did they ever finish that series properly? I don't seem to remember them getting home.

http://tinyurl.com/5tcwugg
#13
The wife says thankyou.... I say ARWWWW CRAP NOT THAT THEME TUNE!
#14
watched this again a few months, back, worth getting, one of the gr8 classic,
#15
My wonderful other half bought me this for my 30th, and it's superb.. Well worth buying!
#16
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
profet
I wonder if this is as good as I remember... I bought the Dungeons and Dragons DVD set a few years back, and that is still totally awesome.


Did they ever finish that series properly? I don't seem to remember them getting home.



http://tinyurl.com/5tcwugg


Interesting, perhaps a better link might have been http://www.wrongendofthestick.com;)

I was talking about Dungeons and Dragons - asking a simple question is not necessarily considered a faux pas yet online.


Edited By: Kanedaaaaaa on Mar 22, 2011 16:16
#17
We used to love this, brings back happy memories.....X)
#18
Kanedaaaaaa
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
profet
I wonder if this is as good as I remember... I bought the Dungeons and Dragons DVD set a few years back, and that is still totally awesome.


Did they ever finish that series properly? I don't seem to remember them getting home.


[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
http://tinyurl.com/5tcwugg


Interesting, perhaps a better link might have been http://www.wrongendofthestick.com;)

I was talking about Dungeons and Dragons - asking a simple question is not necessarily considered a faux pas yet online.



Yeah you're right. I messed up. But jeez - there's even MORE info on google about D&D. Surely you can type your question in there and get a faster response
#19
excellent - paid 40quid for this - buy buy buy
#20
I think that this was the best of all the cartoons from my childhood - a great story, strong characters, and a a continuous narrative rather than stand-alone episodes. Some of the animation does look dated now, but the scenes are beautifully drawn and many of them are accurate representations of real places in Latin America. As mentioned above, the music (not the theme tune) is great and really adds to the atmosphere.

The fact that I went off to spend two years in Bolivia was largely down to this series...
#21
The theme tune was one of the best ever
#22
£17.85 now, heat added for price when 1st posted.

Edited By: bauldyUFOromeo on Mar 22, 2011 22:56: added to
#23
Has the code expired? It was £17.85, but app1 takes a quid off.
#24
Too bad I already have a copy. The series sort of ended. There's supposed to be another series being made consisting of 3 seasons to start airing sometime this year. Also a there's movie. Can't wait for that

Edited By: Singlung2099 on Mar 23, 2011 10:19
#25
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
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I wonder if this is as good as I remember... I bought the Dungeons and Dragons DVD set a few years back, and that is still totally awesome.


Did they ever finish that series properly? I don't seem to remember them getting home.


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Interesting, perhaps a better link might have been[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"> http://www.wrongendofthestick.com;)

I was talking about Dungeons and Dragons - asking a simple question is not necessarily considered a faux pas yet online.



Yeah you're right. I messed up. But jeez - there's even MORE info on google about D&D. Surely you can type your question in there and get a faster response


I could, but a friendly question that i was half interested in hardly seemed such a great imposition. I'm struggling to see why you felt the need to get involved.
#26
Good price, use cashback and walkers codes if you have any left to get it even cheaper (also at ZAVVI)
#27
Kanedaaaaaa
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
profet
I wonder if this is as good as I remember... I bought the Dungeons and Dragons DVD set a few years back, and that is still totally awesome.

Did they ever finish that series properly? I don't seem to remember them getting home.

[url= target=][url=[/url][url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
http://tinyurl.com/5tcwugg" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
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Interesting, perhaps a better link might have been[url= target=][url=[/url]http://www.wrongendofthestick.com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.wrongendofthestick.com;)

I was talking about Dungeons and Dragons - asking a simple question is not necessarily considered a faux pas yet online.


Yeah you're right. I messed up. But jeez - there's even MORE info on google about D&D. Surely you can type your question in there and get a faster response

I could, but a friendly question that i was half interested in hardly seemed such a great imposition. I'm struggling to see why you felt the need to get involved.

I "got involved" by pointing you in the direction of the answers via google. Jog on!
#28
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
profet
I wonder if this is as good as I remember... I bought the Dungeons and Dragons DVD set a few years back, and that is still totally awesome.


Did they ever finish that series properly? I don't seem to remember them getting home.


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I was talking about Dungeons and Dragons - asking a simple question is not necessarily considered a faux pas yet online.



Yeah you're right. I messed up. But jeez - there's even MORE info on google about D&D. Surely you can type your question in there and get a faster response


I could, but a friendly question that i was half interested in hardly seemed such a great imposition. I'm struggling to see why you felt the need to get involved.


I "got involved" by pointing you in the direction of the answers via google. Jog on!


Correction, you pointed me towards the answer to a question i had not asked, full in the knowledge that i could have utilized the search engine myself. Your reasons seem to be your own, but from your tone i can't help but doubt that good will was your intention, something your posting history seems to back up. If you wish for this conversation to be over i suggest it is you who jogs on.


Edited By: Kanedaaaaaa on Mar 23, 2011 13:34
#29
Kanedaaaaaa
Correction, you pointed me towards the answer to a question i had not asked, full in the knowledge that i could have utilized the search engine myself. Your reasons seem to be your own, but from your tone i can't help but doubt that good will was your intention, something your posting history seems to back up. If you wish for this conversation to be over i suggest it is you who jogs on.

Nope - I also told you that the answer to your original question was also available by Google, so my assertation that I "pointed you in the direction of your answer" doesn't need correction. You're clearly unable to understand though. Perhaps a book on the internet and how to use it would be of use? :p

Edited By: horsepills on Mar 24, 2011 11:39
#30
horsepills
Kanedaaaaaa
Correction, you pointed me towards the answer to a question i had not asked, full in the knowledge that i could have utilized the search engine myself. Your reasons seem to be your own, but from your tone i can't help but doubt that good will was your intention, something your posting history seems to back up. If you wish for this conversation to be over i suggest it is you who jogs on.


Nope - I also told you that the answer to your original question was also available by Google, so my assertation that I "pointed you in the direction of your answer" doesn't need correction. You're clearly unable to understand though. Perhaps a book on the internet and how to use it would be of use? :p


Well i'd have never guessed the answer would be available from such a source. I've clearly been wrong all along and you are not a presumptive individual but a true good Samaritan. What is this thing called Google? I assume you'll be posting the same reply about Googling something in the many thousands of threads on this site where members continue to ask simple and polite questions as they are in serious need of your intelligent input.

Best get to work, there are a lot of people out there that need you to educate them. ;)


Edited By: Kanedaaaaaa on Mar 24, 2011 14:21
#31
lol
#32
If you love this then you must surely have watch Ulysses. That also had the most amazing theme tune. This is great and I'm so glad I held out rather than paying £40 when it first came out. Thanks!
#33
Note , now £17.85. 10p cheaper than Play.com.

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