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SINBAD THE SAILOR
- James Jackson
A fun movie. It was mostly a comedy adventure. I enjoyed Douglas Fairbanks Jr's performance. I thought that Maureen O'Hara was a little old for her role, but she is always a fine actress.
Take the wind and go!
Another great classic movie led by Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Great story, great actors, great scenes, and an all around delight to watch.
Sinbad th Sailor
This is one of my favorite movies. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. is at his best. The color is great. I love Maureen O'hara too. Please release this one on DVD.
Sinbad the Sailor
Sinbad the Sailor is such a great movie! Douglas Fairbanks Jr. is so romantic not to mention the fact that he is so darn handsome! His acting was wonderful (as always). Please get this movie in stock right away.
This movie is awesome
This is my favorite movie verson ever of Sinbad the Sailor all other version pales to this one. It shows that the true treasures are in the heart and that all the money in the world won't make you happy if your not happy there. The outfits in it are wonderful. The performance by Douglas Fairbanks Jr and Maureen O'Hara OUTSTANDING! This is one movie you have to got to see. I hope it comes out on DVD sometime.
Sinbad the Sailor-A Classic tale...
A classic tale of Sinbad and with the most flair. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr is amazing in the title role and Maureen O'Hara is torn between his character and that of the villain played by Ceasar Romero. There is also an underplot involved that has them all bewildered and battling for position. Many twists occur that will keep you wondering. You find yourself vocally rooting for Sinbad to defeat the baddies and win the girl and more...
Sinbad the Sailor
- call me Ishmael
As I sit watching this wonderful film on Turner Classic Movies I am heart-broken to discover it is not available on DVD. What a shame.