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Son of Sinbad(1955)

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  • Son of Sinbad

    • Geoff Jones
    • 8/3/10

    I saw this in a cinema in Huyton ( near Liverpool, Merseyside ) - the cinema is now a supermarket! I went with my Grandfather and I would have been about 11 years old so it would have been 1957 ( I belive censorship difficulties delayed the release from 1955!).I've seen it a few times since over the years on tv.However I recall a scene not shown on tv - one of the female raiders is captured and brought to the dungeons?The erotic nature of Howard Hughes's fantasy embarrassed me and must have made my grandfather wonder what he had brought me to see!!

  • A Lot Of Fun

    • Fred
    • 7/15/08

    I've only seen it twice, the first time more than 30 years on a local station. Certainly not a classic in the "Kismet" sense of the word, but very underappreciated. First, I love Leon Askin as the Caliph...what could be better than a Caliph with a Viennese accent saying "Op'n de gates!" Except Sinbad with Dale Robertson's Oklahoma twang. Vince Price runs away with the film as the humorously lecherous Omar Khayyam, but provides verse for Sinbad to woo the women. All Khayyam gets out of it is regularly into trouble...but Price plays it self-consciously risque, and his double entendes and give and take with Robertson are what make the move fun. The costumes and special effects are okay to silly, but fun to see and watch. And there are a few scenes with blatantly erotic undertones. I like to watch films where it appears the case and crew are enjoying themselves, and I think this one sure fits that description.

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