The Mysterious Cities of Gold, Season 1

The Mysterious Cities of Gold, Season 1

The Mysterious Cities of Gold

  • Genre: The Mysterious Cities of Gold
  • Release Date: 1982-05-08
  • Episodes: 39
  • iTunes Price: GBP 14.99

Description

Set in the 16th Century, the kids programme 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.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Episode 1 26:37 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • Epic Series

    5
    By Child of the 🌞
    Such an epic animation! I remember watching what must have been reruns of this in the late 80's.Brings back memories. Yes it's an old series and the music is really dated but I love that to!It sticks in your head. Wish there was more like this on children's t.v these days.
  • Excellent

    5
    By how much TERRY?
    I have wanted to buy for a long time but 41 pounds was way too expensive,15 pounds is more like it although 10 would be fair.I will commence watching these now so you have some time to lower season 2 from 30 pounds to 10! Thank you ITunes
  • Fantastic

    5
    By S.L.Jenner
    Watched this with my children before a trip to central america/Mexico. It got them totally into going around the ruins of the Myans. My memories of the show were good and they loved it. After 20 years the mystery still works and they now rate it as their favourite. Hppy days!
  • Fantastic!

    5
    By mwdance
    One of my favourite memories from my childhood, I'd always watch this on my old Betamax video machine after grandad tapped it for me, always after school. Love it!
  • Great show but far too expensive

    4
    By funkyian
    Great show. Classic theme song. Fab memories. Although it can seem dated now, the story builds over the whole series and it's a good watch. I have had this on my watch list for ages and want to buy it on iTunes but no way will I pay over £40 for it when it is £12.99 elsewhere. Seriously think they are looking at the cost by number of episodes but it just doesn't cut it. This is such an old show now. Great but far too expensive.

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