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The Mysterious Cities of Gold Tribute || 30 years of the greatest animated series ever
February 20, 2012
My favorite animated series of all time is 30 years old! When I realized it I felt the great hit of inspiration and here it is - my ultimate tribute to the Mysterious Cities of Gold! It can be viewed also as a very long trailer because there are no major spoilers :)
I think this series is a bit forgotten now. I can't understand why? Because it's old? Come on, "The Lion King" is almost 20 now, not to mention for example Bambi and they are still one of the most popular fandoms among animated video makers. I don't think it's animation fault as it resembles other old style anime like Ginga Nagareboshi Gin or older Ghibli movies which are well liked. And the story, characters and action are just great! Not to mention how much can you learn about history, geography and mythology of South America - this series taught me more in these subjects than whole school XD
I really recommend you - give this series a chance, watch few first episodes. If you don't like it - just forget about it. But if you DO like it it may become one of your favorite stories of all :) I watched it when I was 7, I watch it now when I'm 22 and I enjoy it even more ;D
I can say that nothing will please me more than to know that this video inspired someone to watch the series and maybe even make their own video tribute. If you do please tell me about it :)
Wiadomość dla polskich fanów: "Tajemnicze złote miasta" można zobaczyć z polskim lektorem na YT! :)
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