Ranked #3103

Sirius no Densetsu

Alternative Titles

English: The Sea Prince and the Fire Child
Synonyms: Legend of Sirius
Japanese: シリウスの伝説


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 18, 1981
Producers: Sanrio, DiscotekL
Source: Unknown
Genres: Drama, Fantasy, Romance
Duration: 1 hr. 48 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.041 (scored by 579 users)
Ranked: #31032
Popularity: #5207
Members: 1,581
Favorites: 4
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Feb 9, 2010
Hey this is my second review for a show that hasn't gotten any recognition.

Story-Well its the Romeo Juliet esque plot line with two sets of parents and or families in which despise each other. The introductory part of the story tells how the Water god and Fire god came into conflict.The sea prince is the son of the Water god at first he shows a trait for running away on his escapades. Conversingly the fire princess and or fire child is dutiful to her mother at first( guarding the flame etc..). After the two main characters encounter each other is less friendly with an exchange read more
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May 18, 2014
The story is pretty much a Romeo and Juliet style with elemental gods instead of humans. This makes me have mixed feelings. While the story is so old and pretty much exactly what you would expect of the tale, I do like the gods a bit. Sadly, it was not enough to save the story as it felt bland in both voice acting and artwork. It just doesn’t pop at all and I felt myself becoming bored while watching it as there was no surprise, no special meaning behind any of it.

The artwork is pretty beautiful but it is far from perfect. While the watercolors read more
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Dec 24, 2010
Legend of Sirius is a Dis­ney Movie. OK, it’s not by Dis­ney or by any of the staff from Dis­ney, but not a single aspect of it makes me feel like it ori­gin­ated from Japan, obvi­ously helped by watch­ing the dub. It’s a re ima­gin­ing of the clas­sic Romeo and Juliet tale except this time set in a myth­ical land between Fire People and Water People. Because if there’s ever two things that don’t get along, fire vs water is only beaten by light vs dark and moe fans vs mecha fans. So much of this is clas­sic Dis­ney. The main char­ac­ter has a wise-cracking read more
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