The Thief and the Cobbler (originally released in theaters as Arabian Knight) is a 1993 British animated fantasy film produced by Richard
Williams, and distributed by Majestic (Princess), Miramax (Arabian) and Lionsgate Home Entertainment (Arabian and UK Release). It centered around a Cobbler named "Tack" who lives in a kingdom which is protected from evil only by the power of the three Gold Balls, which lay atop a tower in the city. When the Gold Balls are taken from the tower by a nameless Thief and an attack by a race of one-eyed men called the One-Eyes on the horizon, Tack, along with the king's daughter, Princess Yum-Yum, embark on a journey to reclaim the Gold Balls and save the kingdom. It was the final released film to star Vincent Price, though it was shot before the earlier-released Edward Scissorhands.