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Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: 1 2 3 4 5. Preview this item Preview this item. It's a quest fro an ancient city shrouded in mystery that he believes will place him in the history books, and bring him all the riches and redemption that have eluded him. He also hopes to succeed where more than one hundred other, who were either lost or died in the attempt, have failed. As he embarks on this potentially deadly expedition something or someone deep in the jungle waits and watches.
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I am seven years old and in love. A joint French and Japanese production, The Mysterious Cities of Gold tells the story of Esteban, an orphan who falls in with a group of men searching for the Seven Cities of Gold a real thing, or anyway a real myth. Accompanying them are two people his own age, goofy Mao, last of his line, and Zia, a beautiful Incan. Shit, as Esteban would never say, gets weird. The first season aired in America in In those candlelit days, long before DVR which allows us to record things we will never watch , something would air once and then, as far as I knew, never again; I had to see it before it disappeared forever.
Mostly I remembered Esteban, and Zia, who seemed like a sister. I remembered their amulets. I remembered the soaring golden condor. And I remembered the theme song, which haunts me even now. No one else, it seemed, had ever seen it. Whenever I would bring up the show over the years, I got blank stares. Years later, when a great friend sent me the complete series obtained, perhaps, by dubious means , I was to find out. I explained to my wife how much the show had meant to me, and we sat down to watch the first episode.
In a real way, my seven-year-old self had gotten more out of it than was there.