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Sinbad (Character)
from Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)

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Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)
Proteus: It's my responsibility to bring the Book of Peace safely to Syracuse.
Sinbad: See, now I just feel bad, 'cause you're gonna get fired.

Sinbad: And you are?
Eris: Eris, the goddess of discord. You may have seen my likeness on the temple walls.
Sinbad: You know, they don't do you justice.

Kale: What happened down there?
Sinbad: You wouldn't believe me if I told you.
Kale: Try me.
Sinbad: Okay, here goes. So I meet Eris, the goddess of discord? She's got a major crush on me, and she invited me back to her place.

Proteus: Do you have any idea how serious this is?
Sinbad: Do you have any idea how many times I've heard that today?

Sinbad: Look, this is the way it works. First, I actually commit a crime, *then* you get to blame me for it!

Kale: Fiji?
Sinbad: Think of the beaches!
Kale: Beautiful - if you like mosquitoes.
Sinbad: Think of the sun!
Kale: It's monsoon season!
Sinbad: The women, then!
Kale: They're cannibals there.
Sinbad: Exactly!

Marina: Are you sure you...
Sinbad: Yes, we have done this kind of thing before, no, there is no other way, and yes, you do have my permission to stand there quietly and receive a free lesson in sailing. Besides, a ship is no place for a woman.

Sinbad: Who's bad? Sinbad!

[about Marina]
Sinbad: How can one woman do so much damage?

Marina: Knife, please.
Sinbad: Oh, right, like I'd give you a weapon.

[Everyone is seasick from being towed in the wake of a giant fish]
Sinbad: Whose idea was that again?
Marina: I don't know... but he owes me lunch.

[Going to rescue Marina from a giant bird]
Sinbad: She couldn't see the bird? Everyone else saw it. It's as big as the freaking ship! Marina? Marina is looking the other way.

Marina: So, how do we get down?
Sinbad: I don't know.
[She stares at him]
Sinbad: I don't know yet. I'm workin' on it.
Marina: You scaled a thousand-foot tower of ice, and you don't know how to get down?
Sinbad: Hey, if you'd rather take your chances by yourself, that can be arranged!

Sinbad: Pray to the gods. We may be meeting them soon.

Sinbad: Well, well, well. This has got to be a little embarrassing for you, Eris.
Eris: [chuckles] Don't push your luck, Sinbad. You're cute. But not *that* cute.

Marina: You're rescuing me?
Sinbad: Well - yes, if that's what you want to call it. But this is going to cost you another diamond. Rescues are not part of the usual tourist package.

[it is cold and Kale is bare-chested]
Sinbad: Put a shirt on before you poke someone's eye out!

Sinbad: What is it?
Rat: It just ends, captain. It's the edge of the world.
Jin: Pay up. It's flat.

Sinbad: A sword at my throat
Sinbad: at my chest
Sinbad: at my
[points towards his groin]
Sinbad: [quick cut to sailor]
Sailor: Pickles and eggs.

Rat: [Sinbad is looking annoyed after Marina compliments a sailor for "courtesy"] You know, you really ought to be a little more courteous.
Sinbad: [Sinbad punches Rat off screen] Oh, Great. Now I'm getting etiquette lessons from a bilge rat.

Sinbad: [after one of Proteus' men was eaten and then spit up my a sea monster but goes back to fighting it anyway] Give that guy a raise!

Marina: [plotting how to escape the Roq] So. What do we have to work with? Um... ropes?
Sinbad: Uh... no.
Marina: Grappling hooks?
Sinbad: Yeah-no.
Marina: [exasperated] Your swords?
Sinbad: Hey, I've got this!
[pulls out a knife]
Marina: Oh, great. He can pick his teeth when he's done with us!

Eris: Now. About my Sea Monster.
Sinbad: Right, right, listen, I'm sorry about that. I don't suppose a heartfelt apology would do.
Eris: [chuckles wryly] Heartfelt? From you? Sinbad! You don't have a heart.

[In Eris' Realm of Chaos]
Eris: Make yourself at home.
Sinbad: Thank you. Uh... nice place you got here.
Eris: Like it? I'm planning on doing the whole world this way.
Sinbad: Wow. That's a - good plan! Well, I see you're busy, so listen, we'll just take the Book of Peace and - get out of your way.

[Sinbad finds out Marina sneaked onto the ship]
Sinbad: What do you think you're doing here?
Marina: I'm here to make sure you get the Book of Peace. Or bring back your dead body if you fail.
Sinbad: *Really.* And how are you going to pull that off?
Marina: By whatever means necessary.
Sinbad: Did you bring a crew?
Marina: No.
Sinbad: You know how to get to Tartarus?
Marina: Um... no.
Sinbad: Can you navigate on your own?
Marina: Yes!
Sinbad: Well good! Then I'll dump your butt in a rowboat and you can paddle all the way back to Syracuse. 'Cause we're going to Fiji.

[Marina is trying to get Sinbad to go to Tartarus and get the Book of Peace back to save Proteus]
Marina: You're really not going to lose any sleep over this, are you?
Sinbad: Not a wink.
Marina: Because me, I'd be tossing and turning, knowing I'm alive... because I let my friend die.
Sinbad: Augh! I'm not responsible for this mess! And I didn't ask Proteus to put his neck on the line for me!
Marina: Look, clearly I can't appeal to your *honour*. But I have other ways of convincing you.
Sinbad: Really? Uh... Just how do you expect to do that?
Marina: By speaking your language.
[holds up a large diamond]
Sinbad: [takes the diamond] Keep talking.
Marina: [Marina empties a small bag of jewels into his hand. Sinbad considers it]
Sinbad: Yup, this'll do! But - not for first class.

[Sinbad is dragging Marina over the ship to her new "quarters", while she fights him furiously]
Sinbad: As you can see, we're well equipped to accommodate the most discerning of royal taste. We have excellent ocean views! Luxurious living quarters -
[dumps her into the storeroom]
Sinbad: with three gourmet meals a day. Pickles, eggs, and pickles!
[Spike comes on screen]
Sinbad: Oh hey Spike, there you are.
[to Marina]
Sinbad: I'd like to introduce you to your new bunkmate, or actually you're *his* new bunkmate, as it's actually his bunk. We do hope you have a pleasant stay aboard the Chimera! Oh. If he starts hugging your leg - it means he likes you.

[Marina saved the crew from the Sirens, all Sinbad does is blame her for the damage she did to the ship]
Marina: Are you crazy? I saved your life!
Sinbad: Oh, I would've been fine. I always am.
Marina: Right.
[walks away muttering toward her "cabin"]
Marina: So ungrateful. It's just typical.
Sinbad: And you chipped the paint! Right here, look at it! That's more than a little scratch!
[Marina slams the door behind her, the crew and Spike look at Sinbad reproachfully]
Sinbad: [groans angrily] The dog - and the crew - and th-th-that *woman*!
[knocks at Marina's door]
Sinbad: [both shouting]
Marina: What?
Sinbad: Thank you!
Marina: You're welcome!
Sinbad: No problem!
Marina: Don't worry about it!
Sinbad: I won't!
Marina: Good!
Sinbad: Good-bye!
Marina: Bye to you!
[slams door shut again]

Proteus: Do you have a plan?
Sinbad: Uh... how about try not to get killed?

Sinbad: You still fight like an old woman.
Proteus: Sinbad? What are you doing here?
Sinbad: [breaks the lock on Proteus' door] Working. You?

Sinbad: Hey I got this.
[Sinbad pulls out a dagger]
Marina: Great he can pick his teeth when he's done with us.
Sinbad: Yeah, you see in the hands of an expert a good knife has 1,001 good uses
[He starts tossing it around and it hits the place where they are hiding and splits it wide open Marina groans and looks menacingly at Sinbad and Sinbad laughs nervously and Roc starts coming towards them Sinbad grabs Marina]
Sinbad: RUN!

Marina: [Sinbad has his back to Marina] Honestly you are the most boarish pig headed man I have ever met.
Sinbad: [Turns to respond] Hey Lady! I've seen the high born boys your type hangs out with ha... and I'm the only man you've ever met.

The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973)
Sinbad: Trust in Allah, but tie up your camel!

Haroun: [Wakes up] Are you a merchant? How long will we be gone for, a week?
[Sinbad raises his eyebrows]
Haroun: Two weeks? Three weeks? A month?
[Sinbad raises his eyebrows]
Haroun: More than a month! How long?
Sinbad: Two or three years.
Haroun: Two or three years! That's horrible.
[the men laugh]
Haroun: We'll be ancient.
[the men laugh again]

Sinbad: Make a rope, out of your turbans and sashes.
Haroun: [Takes off his sash] Come on everyone, use your turbans and sashes.
[his pants fall down]

Sinbad: You pace the deck like a caged beast, for one who enjoys the hashish you should be more at peace.

The Oracle of all knowledge: [the Keeper has summoned the Oracle of All Knowledge from its well and before Sinbad and his comrades, surrounded by licking flames, appears an image of a face like a bearded man with horns like a ram growing from its head, a thick mane of hair and a demonic smile that shows its rotting teeth] Two tablets brought forth to the light, yet a third remains from sight. A final place must still be found, a place that lies deep below the ground...
Sinbad: It speaks in riddles!
The Oracle of all knowledge: No race is lost until in fact it's won, and close behind you comes the black and evil son spawned by the devil, suckled upon black milk of human form... Clad in robes of silk... Destiny... Destiny... Destiny is invisible and yet visible, and men may try to hide yet it's waters mark it clearly like a rainbow in the sky. Destiny is a place where both good and evil wait, and yet their very equality that bates their power, for it is the deeds of weak and mortal men that may tip the scales one way or the other, and then the WORLD shall KNOW and YOU shall KNOW which way the fates have chose you shall GO... GO... GO now... Go north...
Sinbad: Go north?
The Oracle of all knowledge: North to barren lands of pagan places... The pagan barrens... Before a goddess cast with many limbs and death to all intruders is their whim. In that sacred place HID from the eyes of man is the third gold tablet that completes the plan... GO now... GO now... Go north... Go north...
[the voice and image of the Oracle fade away and returns in a burst of light into the well below it]

[last lines]
Haroun: I always trust in Allah -
[spoken an instant before he falls off the ship's rope ladder but is saved from hitting the deck by the rope tied around his waist]
Sinbad, Vizier: [spoken in unison] But tie up your camel!

Sinbad: We wager our skill against death.
Vizier: And for rich reward. Find this island and a handsome prize awaits every man.

Haroun: There's water down there. There's water everywhere. We're at sea.
Sinbad: This boy's a genius.

Sinbad: You have nothing else to tell me?
Hakim: She is curvaceous. Not deliciously fat as prefer them. But at night, cottonseed is the same as a pearl.

Sinbad: My friend, you cannot pick up two melons with one hand, and I cannot work miracles. Shallah.

Hakim: Allah will smile on you.
Sinbad: More likely, he will laugh at me.

Sinbad: The cabin is very neat. You have all a woman's gifts.
[Sinbad glances over Margiana's figure]
Sinbad: Yes, all of them. Save one.
Margiana: What is that?
Sinbad: Curiosity. You never ask why I brought you along on this voyage.
Margiana: I've only just become a free woman, remember? Slaves do not ask questions. Besides, I'm happy that you brought me along.

Sinbad: That mark. How did you get it?
Margiana: I don't know. I've had it since I was a child.
Sinbad: An evil eye.
Hakim: No, no.
Margiana: It was tattooed and won't come off.
Sinbad: Perhaps it is a good omen.
Hakim: Yes, to ward off evil spirits.

Koura: The of energy of youth is mine again. You are too late, Sinbad.
Sinbad: The shield of darkness, a crown of many riches, I'll deny you these.

Margiana: I can't understand. Sinbad, why did you do it? Give away a whole kingdom, priceless treasure? Why?
Sinbad: I value freedom. A king is never truly free. Why, he's even told who he must marry.

Koura: Oh, gods and demons of darkness. Rid me forever of this man who stands between me and my destiny! I plead!
Sinbad: They don't hear you, Koura.
Koura: I implore!

Vizier: Perhaps it is our destiny to be buried alive.
Sinbad: A man's destiny lies in his own hands. A live dog is better than a dead lion.

Margiana: You followed me instead of Koura. Then he has won the race.
Sinbad: The race perhaps.
Margiana: And the prize?
Sinbad: Not the prize.
Margiana: A crown of untold riches.
Sinbad: I regret nothing.

The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958)
[about to land on Collosa]
Sinbad: May Allah grant we find food and water.
Harufa: And may Allah grant we find nothing else.

Sinbad: For another such kiss, I'd invent a whole continent.

Sinbad: Allah has many ways of dealing with hungry men.

[first lines]
Sinbad: Harufa.
Harufa: Aye, captain?
Sinbad: Sound for a depth.
Harufa: A sounding? Here?
Sinbad: Aye.
Harufa: Aye, captain.

Caliph: Where will you find the crew, Sinbad?
Sinbad: The bravest of my former men will sail with me.
Caliph: That will not be enough. Where will you find the others?
Sinbad: I'll find them... where men fear the headman's axe more than the cyclops - in the caliph's prison yard.

Sinbad: I have come to raise a crew for the hard and dangerous voyage to the land of Colossa.
Karim: The land of the cyclops. We may be thieves and murderers, but we're not fools.

Sinbad: The Caliph of Baghdad has offered you full pardon.
Jafa: He offers us a choice of two kinds of death.

Sinbad: I fought with the cyclops and here I stand alive as you.

Princess Parisa: I sometimes wonder what they would think if they could see me as I am.
Sinbad: I do not trust them out of my sight, or in it.

[the shrunken princess playfully kicks at grapes]
Princess Parisa: Sinbad, how can you love a tiny, insignificant female such as I?
Sinbad: A diamond is a tiny thing, yet it is very precious and beautiful.

Sinbad: What weird power restrains that monster?
Sokurah the Magician: The man that holds this treasure is safe from even greater danger.
Sinbad: Why didn't you destroy the monster?
Sokurah the Magician: The genie of the lamp cannot be used to work harm. But in protection, his powers are invincible.

[last lines]
Sinbad: Well done, Baronni. I know you will be as good a sailor as you were a genie.
Barani - the Genie: I shall try, captain. I shall try.

Sinbad: Land ho! Off the starboard bow!
African Sailor: He has the eyes of an owl. I see nothing.

Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor (1936)
Popeye: Don't you think we'd better talk this thing over...?
Sindbad the Sailor: Try and get out of THIS one!
[throws Popeye to Boola the two-headed giant]

Sindbad the Sailor: Who invited you?
Popeye: I did! What are you gonna do about it?

Popeye: Hey, I wants me girl!
Sindbad the Sailor: Oh, yeah?
Popeye: Yeah!
Sindbad the Sailor: Who are you?
Popeye: [sing-song] I'm Popeye the Sailor Man! Who are you?
Sindbad the Sailor: Who am I?
Popeye: You heard what I said.
Sindbad the Sailor: WHO AM I?
Popeye: That's what I said.
Sindbad the Sailor: Who's the most remarkable extra-ordinary fellow?
Everyone: YOU! Sindbad the Sailor!
Sindbad the Sailor: Who's the most phenomenal extra-special kind of fellow?
Everyone: YOU! Sindbad the Sailor!
Sindbad the Sailor: I'm afraid of nobody under the sun/ All I say is "Boo!" and my enemies run! Who's the most remarkable extraordinary fellow? Who?
Popeye: Popeye the Sailor! You got a long way to go, young fellow...
Sindbad the Sailor: [enraged, grabs Popeye] Well, let's see how brave you are!
[throws him into the talons of the roc]

[first lines]
[Sindbad steps out of his island home, and slaps two lions]
Sindbad the Sailor: I'm Sindbad the Sailor, so hearty and hale / I live on an island on the back of a whale / It's a whale of an island - that's not a bad joke / Its lord and its master is this handsome bloke! Who's the most remarkable extra-ordinary fellow?
[the lions roar]
Sindbad the Sailor: Sindbad the Sailor!

[Sindbad comes across Boola, the two-headed giant]
Sindbad the Sailor: Now look at this monster, so strong and so huge / He'd frighten King Kong, but he's only my stooge / The capture of Boola for me was just fun / Whoever says two heads are better than one?
[Boola breaks free and tries to attack Sindbad, but is sent cowering with one blow]
Sindbad the Sailor: Who's the most remarkable extra-ordinary fellow?
Boola: [both heads] YOU! Sindbad the Sailor!

[after hearing Popeye sing]
Sindbad the Sailor: [dismembering his telescope] Who fouls the air with notes so sour / and dares to challenge Sindbad's power?
[throws the pieces in the air... and gets hit by them as they come down]

Sindbad the Sailor: I scare all creation on land or on sea / But talk about women, they all fall for me! / I take my adventures wherever they're found / I don't want to brag, folks, but I've been around!
[passes by a dragon and a vulture]
Sindbad the Sailor: Who's the most phenomenal extra-special kind of fellow?
[both dragon and vulture keen out]
Sindbad the Sailor: Sindbad the Sailor!

[Sindbad comes across a trunk of jewels, flanked by two snakes]
Sindbad the Sailor: From the Valley of Serpents these diamonds I took / I cleaned out those serpents with one dirty look!
[proves his claim by staring at the snakes and making them faint]

[Sindbad looks up at a giant bird, the rokh]
Sindbad the Sailor: On one of my travels I ran into this / Now there was a thrill I'd be sorry to miss!
[the rokh screeches]
Sindbad the Sailor: He spread out his wings, and the sunlight grew dim / He took me in his feet, but I made off with HIM! Who's the most remarkable extra-ordinary fellow?
[the rokh screeches]
Sindbad the Sailor: Sindbad the Sailor!
[Sindbad delivers a kick to a giant snake that tries to eat him]
Sindbad the Sailor: Who's the most phenomenal extra-special kind of fellow?
[the snake yowls]
Sindbad the Sailor: Sindbad the Sailor! I'm afraid of nobody under the sun / All I say is "Boo!" and my enemies run! / Who's the most remarkable extra-ordinary fellow?
[hears Popeye singing]

[Sindbad summons his rokh]
Sindbad the Sailor: Wreck that ship!
[the rokh screeches]
Sindbad the Sailor: But bring me the woman!
[the rokh winks and cackles in understanding, and takes off]

Sindbad the Sailor: Give up, and give us a little smack...
Olive Oyl: [hitting Sindbad] I'll give you a smack, all right! All right! There!

Sindbad the Sailor: There's only room for one great sailor in this world, and that's ME!
Popeye: Oh, sez you?
[the two charge at each other]

Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977)
Maroof: My thirst is the thirst of a thousand men!
Sinbad: Stop and drink and I promise you will go no further. Remember the last time?
Hassan: You were stripped off all your possessions.
Aboo-Seer: Because of that, I added four more eunuchs to the population.

[first lines]
Hassan: Come on! Come on, come on, boys. Hey, captain, why the haste? The city will not vanish.
Aboo-Seer: It's not the city of Charak he wishes to see, but someone who dwells within.
Sinbad: After a long voyage, it is good to stretch one's legs.
Hassan: The only good thing about this port is the inn of Abu Jamil the Squint, who, for six months, I have been dreaming of his roasted sheep's eyes.
Aboo-Seer: And I the eyes of his daughter.
Sinbad: You were dreaming of more than her eyes.

Sinbad: Is there another way into the town?
Rafi: No. But if you wish to take the risk, you may enter at daybreak when the curfew is lifted. Until then, I can only offer to relieve your disappointment. My tent has wine, food, and music. My people are your servants. Please, be welcome. Come.

Hassan: Captain, the beast was playing...
Sinbad: Chess. I know. He has beaten me twice.

Sinbad, the Sailor (1947)
[first lines]
Title Card: O Masters, O Noble Persons, O Brothers, know you that in the time of the Caliph Harun-Al-Rashid, there lived on the golden shore of Persia a man of adventure called Sinbad the Sailor. Strange and wondrous were the tales told of him and his voyages. But who, shall we surmise, gave him his immortality? Who, more than all other sons of Allah, spread glory to the name of Sinbad? Who else, O Brother, but...
Sinbad: ...Sinbad the Sailor! Know me, O Brothers, for the truth of my words, and by the ears of the Prophet, every word I have spoken is truth!

Sinbad: No! For a danik she'll sell me to Satan... and you'll split your tongue trying to be the Prince of Dariabar. Can you name the day of the moon and the moon of the year when that medallion was first put upon me by father? Can you name the father's father of my father's father? Can you call to memory the hundred ancestors of my mother? Have you the blue eyes of the Ahmed? Have you a scar underneath your thirteenth rib?
Emir: No, but I...
[Sinbad whips out a hidden knife]
Sinbad: No, but you shall have one!

[last lines]
Sinbad: Thank Allah, I am sailing home to Dariabar!
Arab listening to Sinbad's story: Sinbad, my friend Sinbad! Where is Dariabar?
Sinbad: It's here.
[points to his heart]
Sinbad: It's here.
[points to his head]
Sinbad: And it's here.
[pulls Shireen to his side]

Shireen: The Rose certain Prince will always be remembered
Sinbad: Ever she spoken so tenderly of any other man
Shireen: Aldman!
Sinbad: Nothing, but shear gossip my beloved risen from the 3 moons
Shireen: However you got in here get out quickly leave at once or I Pirouze call the guards
Sinbad: Call'em
Shireen: Don't let him stay and have his head lopt off
Pirouze: oh It's a pleasing head
Sinbad: calm child, she doesn't really mean it you heard her speak devotion of me.

Son of Sinbad (1955)
Sinbad: [Outside a cave] Open Sesame, OPEN SESAME
Kristina: [to a donkey tied to a contraption that opens the doorway] Sesame

"The Adventures of Sinbad: King Firouz (#1.7)" (1996)
Sinbad: Have I ever told you you are beautiful when you are being a phony?
[kisses Rumina]

"The Adventures of Sinbad: Survival Run (#2.18)" (1998)
Doubar: We've been set up.
Sinbad: Big time.

Sinbad of the Seven Seas (1989)
Sinbad: You're losing power, Jaffar... and you *know* it!