The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958)
Sokurah the Magician: From the land beyond beyond... from the world past hope and fear... I bid you Genie, now appear.
[about to land on Collosa]
Sinbad: May Allah grant we find food and water.
Harufa: And may Allah grant we find nothing else.
Princess Parisa: [reading the Genie's inscription] When the big that is small shall again become tall, into fiery rock to rise you must fall.
Barani - the Genie: I cannot return to the real world until I am called by my name... Barani.
Sultan: [upon seeing Sadi as the Magician's subject] Is that not Sadi, your waiting woman?
Princess Parisa: Yes, papa. She has offered herself as the Magician's subject.
Sultan: If he can turn her into a contented woman, he is indeed a great magician.
Princess Parisa: [blushing] Papa!
Princess Parisa: [after seeing Sokurah throw a live cobra into the same urn Sadi is in] It's a serpent! Papa... she will be killed!
Sultan: [patting her arm] Allah have mercy on them... both!
Princess Parisa: Oh, Papa!
Sokurah the Magician: From the land beyond beyond. From the world past hope and fear. I bid you, genie, now appear.
Barani - the Genie: I obey the master of the lamp.
Sokurah the Magician: I command you to build me a barrier between those men and the Cyclops!
Barani - the Genie: I shall try, o master. I shall try.
[Turns into a fiery pinwheel that deposits a shimmering force field in front of the Cyclops]
Harufa: Aye, captain?
Sinbad: Sound for a depth.
Harufa: A sounding? Here?
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.
Sultan: [upon seeing his daughter in a shrunken state] Ten thousand devils. What evil sorcery is this?
Princess Parisa: If you are indeed a magician, why do you not use your great power to slay the one-eyed monster?
Sokurah the Magician: I had prepared a potion for just such a purpose... but I could not persuade the Cyclops to swallow it.
Sultan: Look upon your city. Enjoy the sight for soon it will be rubble and bleached bones.
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.
Jafa: They'll not put a rope around Golar's neck. He'll spit in the cyclops' eye first.
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.
Caliph: You have committed treason against both Baghdad and Chandra. If you are found within the walls of our city by sunset tomorrow, your eyes will be torn out that you may see no more evil dreams.
[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.
Karim: You hear the verdict. You die at dawn. And my wish for a night of pleasant dreams.
Sokurah the Magician: Hear my curse, for it seals your doom. Those who harm us shall be driven mad. Terror shall be in your hearts. And before dawn, you will plead with us for your very lives.
Karim: For you, will tie the knot myself, so you will strangle slowly.
Harufa: We could have sliced them all to bits, but you stopped us to save this idiot who babbles nonsense.
Harufa: Now we won't be driven mad. We'll just be devoured by sea monsters.
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.
Gaunt Sailor: Does he expect to sound here, past the very edge of land?
Ali: Perhaps hungry has crazed his mind. His own belly is as empty as ours.
Gaunt Sailor: If there was land, it would be such as no man would dare set foot upon.
Ali: Sinbad would. He dares anything.
African Sailor: What can it be?
Ali: Perhaps a sunken reef.
Gaunt Sailor: Or a sea serpent. Or something worse.
Harufa: Full fathom five!
African Sailor: [prayerfully] Oh, let it be land.
Barani - the Genie: The most comfortable prison is still a lonely place.
Princess Parisa: And you're as tiny as I am.
Barani - the Genie: How else could I live inside a lamp?
Princess Parisa: And such a lovely one.