Based on The Odyssey, this is basically a cartoon of the Greek-built Trojan Horse as the Greek leader Odysseus builds an 80ft. tall wooden horse. Inside they stuff 5 Greek soldiers including Odysseus. The Trojans decide to place the horse inside the walls of Troy. While the city slept, Odysseus opens a secret trap door hidden on the bottom of the horse. They climb down and tie the sleeping Guards of Troy. In the meantime... Odysseus climbs up the tower above the walls of Troy. Holding a torch above his head, he signaled the Greek soldiers which had turned around and sailed back to Troy. The Greeks find their captured princess and re-fight Troy. Caught by surprise, The Trojans are defeated by the Greeks. And the Greeks go home in victory!!!!!!!!!!
Tagged under: Troy,Greece,Helen,Trojan Horse,War
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