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Seventh Voyage of Sinbad (Bilingual) [Import]


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  • Actors: Kerwin Mathews, Kathryn Grant, Richard Eyer, Torin Thatcher, Alec Mango
  • Directors: Nathan Juran
  • Writers: Ray Harryhausen, Ken Kolb
  • Producers: Charles H. Schneer, Ray Harryhausen
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Original recording remastered, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • Release Date: Oct. 7 2008
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001DB6J50

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7th Voyage Of Sinbad ~ 7th Voyage Of Sinbad

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Darkladder on June 1 2004
Format: VHS Tape
I am an artist/writer and there was a time when I would not have been able to imagine my being such a thing. My unexpected encounter with the art of Ray Harryhausen played a considerable part in my moving in that direction and it is really remarkable what a great effect it had on my entire life.
I was a 7, almost 8, year old poor boy whose heroes were Mickey Mantle and Elvis Presley, when I first saw this amazing film at a small local theater for 25 cents! (I am not joking. I was part of a white minority living in a mostly Hispanic and Black low income neighborhood where Frosty Malts were 15 cents, a Big Hunk was a nickel, movie posters were hypnotizing, and the local theater smelled like old tennis shoes. I mention this only to give a glimpse of the setting in which the miracle occurred.)
This first viewing of the film impacted me so deeply, so forcefully, that to this day some 46 years later, my strong memory of its phenomenal colors, forms, and sounds even includes intense particular memories of the dark, shabby, musty little theater interior itself on that very day. Sometimes memories are so powerful they become symbolic for us. This is one of those.
I was very far from being an egghead type of kid, but I had considerable powers of concentration, focus, and retaining when something really interested me and from the moment I saw the poster behind the glass advertizing the 'coming attraction' called THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD, I was ready to give it my all. And when that seemingly fated afternoon came, I did so. I took in everything, I listened very carefully to the dialogue, I watched every little movement on that big screen that was so amazing in a neighborhood where many people did not even have a television.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Oct. 23 2003
Format: DVD
This is definitely one of Harryhausen's best movies. However, the DVD has one major problem. The film is shown at the wrong aspect ratio! The DVD displays the film in widescreen at 1:85 ratio and it should be full screen at 1:33. The top and bottom of the picture are cropped off! So there ar some shots where the cyclops head is almost cut off at the top of the frame. The "full screen" version on the other side of the disc is merely a "push in" on the wide screen version, therefore cutting off both the sides of the picture as well as the top and bottom. Columbia/Sony really screwed up here. They did the same thing on the "Jason and the Argonauts" DVD. What a shame. It's a great movie and deserves a proper presentation.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ariel Escasa on July 10 2003
Format: DVD
I first saw this movie on TV as a little boy in the early 60s. I watched with wide-eyed wonder as the Cyclops, the gigantic two-headed Roc, and the fire-breathing Dragon, creatures that even my young mind knew existed only in the imagination, came to vivid life on the screen.
The monsters' scenes remained a childhood memory more vivid than anything else I had seen on TV or in the movies. Then, a good 20 years later, we got our first vcr, a beta. At the neighborhood video rental store, I chanced upon this title. I thought, what the hell, I'll rent this just for kicks, it should be fun. But as I watched it again, I found myself reliving my childhood wonder and awe. Not exactly a just-for-kicks viewing experience.
Now, another 20 years later, I'm the proud owner of a DVD copy of The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad. The film, digitally transferred with remarkable sharpness and clarity, remains as spectacular as it was way back in 1958. The cast is still impressive, the costumes realistic, and the sets and locations awesome. But of course, the real stars are the monsters, brought to three-dimensional life by the undisputed master of stop-motion animation, Ray Harryhausen.
Science fiction writer Ray Bradbury once said that as young men, he and Harryhausen made a pact that they would grow old but never grow up. What Harryhausen probably didn't realize was that he would influence a lot of people -- myself included -- into following that same path.
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Format: DVD
The winning combo of Charles Schneer and Ray Harryhausen produced this fantastical version(and most satisfying of them all)starring the Persian mythic hero Sinbad.
Kerwin Matthews stars in the lead,who,as the film opens,is carrying home on his ship the princess of Chandra,Parisa(Kathyrn Grant);to which he is pledged in matrimony.While they make a brief stop on the island of Collosa for provisions,they come to the aid of an evil magician Sokourah(Torin Thatcher),who is being chased by a Cyclops.In the process of fleeing the magician looses his magic lamp to it.
His wishes foiled to return to the island, Sinbad sails home to Baghdad with the disgruntled magaician.The night before the wedding of Sinbad and the princess,the magician deliberately shrinks the princess down to a tiny size in order to force them to take him back to Collosa for the remedy to her condition.
With no choice Sinbad is forced to return to Collosa.Along the way Sinbad and the few loyal to him squelch a mutiny,thanks in big part to wailing demons on an island they pass south of Collosus.Once they reach the island,Sokourah deliberately splits them into two parties.Sinbad's group get's caught and caged by the Cyclops and Sokourah does nothing to help.With the princess's help they get free and lure the Cyclops to its' death.When they get back on track(now together and with Sinbad holding the newly re-acquired lamp)they find an egg and kill its'occupant,a baby Roc-a big two headed bird.The shell is a key ingredient needed to transform the princess back but Sakourah insists on getting to his castle to successfully complete the spell.The group is then confronted by the mother Roc who is none too pleased about her offspring,and she manages to even the score with them.
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