Sinbad of the Seven Seas
Directed by Enzo G. Castellari
Sinbad of the Seven Seas
He must conquer evil on land and at sea! A dazzling adventure of faraway lands and heroic spectacles, this heart-soaring epic follows the brave Sinbad the Sailor (Lou Ferrigno, TV’s The Incredible Hulk, Hercules) in a rousing tale based on Edgar Allan Poe's short story The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade. When an evil wizard named Jaffar (John Steiner, Caligula) casts a cruel spell, a good king and his happy kingdom face darkness for the first time ever. And when Jaffar demands marriage to the king's beautiful daughter (Alessandra Martines, The Cave of the Golden Rose), who is already engaged to a prince, it will be up to Sinbad and his loyal companions to save the princess and the people of the kingdom. But first, he must retrieve the palace gems Jaffar has stolen and hidden away--and face the Amazon Queen, the Ghost King and the most vicious beast imaginable along the way! Wonderfully directed by cult filmmaker Enzo G. Castellari (The Inglorious Bastards, Street Law, 1990: The Bronx Warriors).
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