Sinbad (シンドバッド) is a series of Japanese animated family adventure films inspired by One Thousand and One Nights and produced by Nippon Animation and Shirogumi. Made in celebration of the former company's 40th anniversary, the trilogy of movies were directed by Shinpei Miyashita and written by Kaeko Hayafune and Hiroyuki Kawasaki. Miyashita died during the production of the third film, which was later dedicated to him. The movie was finished by his student, Terumi Toyama.
The first film, A Flying Princess and a Secret Island (空とぶ姫と秘密の島, Sora Tobu Hime to Himitsu no Shima), was released in Japan on July 4, 2015 by Aeon Entertainment. Pony Canyon released it on DVD on December 16, 2015. The second film, The Magic Lamp and the Moving Islands (魔法のランプと動く島, Mahō no Lamp to Ugoku Shima), was released theatrically on January 16, 2016 and on DVD on May 3, 2016. The third and final film, Night at High Noon and the Wonder Gate (～真昼の夜とふしぎの門～, Mahiru no Yoru to Fushigi no Mon), was released theatrically as part of a compilation with the two others films on May 14, 2016. It was later released individually on DVD on December 21, 2016.
The three films were released in Japanese with English subtitles and with an English dub by Ocean Productions on Amazon Video in the United States and the United Kingdom in April 2017.
Tomo Muranaka as Sinbad
Naomi Nagasawa as Ali
Momoko Tanabe as Sana
Hiroko Yakushimaru as Latifa, Sinbad's mother
Takeshi Kaga as Captain Razzak
Cole Howard as Sinbad
Travis Turner as Ali
Elyse Maloway as Sana
Rebecca Shoichet as Latifa, Sinbad's mother
Michael Adamthwaite as Captain Razzak