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In ancient Greece, Crete and all the country’s states are under attack by the aggressive King Minos. However, the people have hope: a child, Hermes, was born with the blessings of the heavens and is destined to bring peace to the land. At the command of Ophealis, God of Creation, Hermes will set forth to restore harmony to Greece and become its king. Yet even after this task, Hermes and his lover Aphrodite will have many other adventures including having a child, discovering the world of the gods, and even going to Hell itself.

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Run Melos! (1981)

Run Melos! (1981)

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Run Melos! (1979)

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Lupin III: Return Of Pycal

Lupin III: Return Of Pycal

While on the hunt for the Celestial Crystals, Lupin is confronted by the magician Pycal, who has previously survived immolation and a drop down a 50 foot waterfall thanks to our protagonist -- and consequently, is after the same treasure. Having collectively acquired 6 of the 7 crystals, they both rush to Greece retrieve the 7th. However, unfortunately for Lupin, Pycal already knows the secret of the crystals and is eager to use it against him.

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Heroes of the ancient Olympic Games

Heroes of the ancient Olympic Games

Mao, a young Japanese college student, travels in time to the ancient Olympic Games and witnessed the epic performances of the legendary Olympians

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Hoshi no Orpheus

Silently telling the tales of many myths involving transformation, a boy called Wondermaker moves through realms of imagination. He becomes Actaeon, a hunter who peeks at the bathing goddess Diana. Then, as Orpheus, he descends into Hades to retrieve his wife Eurydice. He courts a girl named Perce as the swift god Mercury, and as Perseus he is sent to slay Medusa – a creature who turns all who look at her into stone. Finally, Wondermaker becomes Phaeton, the son of the sun god, who seeks to steal his father’s chariot in order to fly.

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Lady Georgie

Lady Georgie

Georgie, a pretty and innocent young girl, lives in the beautiful Australian countryside with her family. While her father and her two brothers Abel and Arthur love her dearly, her mother finds it hard to treat her like the other children. In fact, unbeknownst to Georgie, she is not her parents' real daughter, but rather is a child who was found in the middle of a storm. One day, after tragedy strikes, the family is torn in irreparable ways and Georgie finds herself abandoned to her fate once more. She must eventually embark upon a journey to England to find not only her true identity, but the man she loves above all others, Lowell.

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Ashita no Nadja

Ashita no Nadja

Cheerful, optimistic Nadja is one of many English orphans living in the quaint Applefield Orphanage. Yet one fateful day, when the orphange is attacked by men looking for her mother's brooch, Nadja learns that her mother may still be alive after all. Hoping to protect the rest of the inhabitants of Applefield and to escape her would-be captors, Nadja runs away from the orphanage and joins the Dandelion Troupe -- a traveling band of circus performers. Filled with the greatest hope, Nadja's grand adventure begins in a search for her mother and her own identity...

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Ulysses 31

Ulysses 31

It is the 31st century, and mankind has taken to exploring the stars. Ulysses, captain of the spaceship Odysseus, takes his son Telemachus on a space journey for his 12th birthday. When the children onboard the ship are kidnapped by an alien race to be sacrificed to a giant Cyclops, Ulysses rescues his son and in turn angers the Gods. His interference is punished severely – his entire crew are left frozen in stasis, and his ship’s computer, Shirka, has her memory erased so she can no longer plan a route back to Earth. Cast into the depths of space, Zeus commands Ulysses to find the realm of Hades before being allowed to journey back home. Along the way, the scant crew meet travellers who have felt the wrath of the Gods, and others who have been commanded to impede or even kill those onboard the Odysseus. Will Ulysses ever make it home, or do the Gods have a much more twisted plan in mind for the space explorer?

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