The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad

The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad
The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad

Year

1973

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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The second in the trilogy of Sinbad the Sailor movies, featuring effects from Ray Harryhausen. Demonstrating that special effects don't need to be state of the art to be edge of the seat, this film sees the adventurer and his crew on a quest to defeat evil magician Koura and solve the riddle of a mysterious interlocking golden map. Sinbad must fight his way past several of Harryhausen's ingenious stop-motion animated monsters along the way, including a one-eyed centaur, and his own ship's wooden figurehead, magically brought to life.

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