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  • Wednesday 31 May 2000
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  • Wednesday 25 October 2000
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  • Camino hacia El Dorado (Hispanoamérica)
  • La
  • Ruta hacia El Dorado
  • Strada per El Dorado

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The Road to El Dorado (2000)

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In Spain 1519, two con artists, Tulio and Miguel win a map to the legendary City of Gold, El Dorado, in a rigged gambling match . Accused of cheating with loaded dice and getting chased by a bull, the two evade capture and hide in barrels, which are shortly loaded onto one of the ships to be led by Hernán Cortés to the New World. During the trip, they are caught as stowaways, but manage to break free and take a rowboat with the help of Cortés' horse, Altivo . They land at an unknown shore, and Miguel begins to recognize landmarks stated on the map. The map leads them to a totem marker outside of a waterfall. As they try to decipher the markings on the totem, a young woman approaches them, chased by a number of guards. The guards see the image of Tulio and Miguel riding Altivo as the same on the totem, and believing them to be gods, escort them and the woman under the falls and into El Dorado, truly a city made of gold.

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