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The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
Not Rated
87 minutes
Action Family Fantasy
1958

The first film in color from legendary stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen. Though modestly budgeted, it set a new standard for fantasy films at the time. Kerwin Mathews plays the famed adventurer, who sets out on a treacherous journey with bride-to-be Kathryn Grant who is shrunk by sorcerer Torin Thatcher. Forced to return to Thatcher's castle for the antidote, they encounter many startling creatures, including a cyclops, a dragon, a two-headed roc, and a sword-wielding skeleton (in the film's most celebrated sequence). Richard Eyre co-stars as a helpful young genie, and Oscar®-winner Nathan Juran directed. Bernard Herrmann, whose score is among his most renowned, was the composer. Harryhausen made two sequels for Columbia: THE GOLDEN VOYAGE OF SINBAD (1974) and SINBAD AND THE EYE OF THE TIGER (1977).

Cast
Kerwin Mathews
Sinbad
Kathryn Grant
Princess Parisa
Torin Thatcher
Sokurah the Magician
Richard Eyer
The Genie
Director
Nathan Juran
Writer
Screenplay by Kenneth Kolb
Producer
Charles H. Schneer
Facts
Country USA
Language English
GALLERY