An ancient story about a god of the sea and a mysterious sea goddess is being resurrected in a new video.
The Lad has been resurrected from the dead and will be featured on the upcoming Disney Channel program, The Lad: Adventures of the Legendary Lad, which premieres this week.
The video, which was shot by a cast member in the Bahamas and is being released this week, is being produced by J.J. Abrams Productions.
The story centers on the legendary Lad, who has traveled the world and met a number of gods over the centuries, and his journey to the island of Santo Domingo in the Caribbean.
The documentary is being narrated by an actress from the show, who also happens to be an American.
The character of Lad, played by Jada Pinkett Smith, was featured in an episode of the show called The Lad’s Journey.
The film is being made in partnership with J. J. Abrams, who is a producer on the Disney Channel series.
Jada and the other cast members are part of a production team that also includes John Cusack, Michael Peña, David Spade, and James Cromwell.
The Lad was revived in an old Disney Channel episode of The Lad called “The Lad Returns,” which aired in 1997.
The series ran from 1996 to 1998.
In the latest version of the film, the Lad is an alien god of a sea god.
In the episode, the sea god is searching for his lost son, a man who has gone missing.
He finds the Lad and has him captured by the sea.
Lad is given the task of rescuing the son.
The two have a fierce battle, and Lad manages to defeat the sea lord.
The film features a number for the film that has been on the market since 2002, including a replica of a large boat.
It has been re-released as a limited edition Blu-ray set that includes a Blu-Ray copy of the documentary, a certificate of authenticity for the original footage and a booklet of the story.
The original film was released in 1999 as part of Disney Channel’s “Cinematic Presentation” series, and features original music by John Lennon, a documentary called “Where Are You Now?” and a special bonus feature titled “The Best Of The Lad.”