Baghdad (also known as The Golden Land) is the main setting area of the Miramax's animated film, The Thief and the Cobbler. Based and modeled after the real city of the same name, Baghdad works as sorts of a sultanate, ruled by King Nod, as it's sultan. It is known for the palace of King Nod, as well as the minaret, that hosted the three golden balls, that protect the city, with their mysterious and immense power. Over the progress of the original film, Baghdad was threatened by various villainous forces, including the One-Eyes, led by King One-Eye himself), and Baghdad's devious advisor and schemer, Zigzag, although it met resistance from the beautiful princess Yum-Yum, and the kind cobbler Tack. On an interesting note, Baghdad served as an early inspiration for the creation of the Agrabah city from the Aladdin franchise. Coincidentally, both franchises share similiar attributes, in terms of character designs, character developments, and storyline.
Baghdad also appears in the villain tournaments context, as a minor location affiliated in the series, like the Non-Disney vs. DC Villains and Heroes vs. Villains Wars, featured as one of the worlds, that it is threatened by the villain forces.
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