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The Sword of Ali Baba (1965)

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Credited cast:
Peter Mann ...
Princess Amara (as Jocelyn Lane)
Peter Whitney ...
Old Baba
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Narrator / Various Male Voices (voice)
Captain of Guard


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Release Date:

April 1965 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Espada de Ali Babá  »

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Sound Mix:

(Westrex Recording System)



Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Edited from Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (1944) See more »

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Generic Sword & Sandal adventure
4 November 2007 | by (the rock) – See all my reviews

THE SWORD OF ALI BABA is one odd movie. Though released in 1965 the film has a quaint, older feel to it which doesn't reflect the movies made during the mid-60s. Many scene were edited from another film, ALI BABA AND THE 40 THIEVES and because widescreen didn't exists in the 1940s, the "square" aspect ratio of SWORD OF ALI BABA is totally at odds with the Cinemascope or Techniscope aspect ratio of Peplums of the 1960s. Also, to add more oddity, the whole cast is as white as can be. I mean, Gavin MacLoed, the captain from THE LOVE BOAT, plays an Arab! The generic music has a retro feel to it too.

The whole film looks and feels like something from the 1940s. The only thing that betrays the deceptively retro feel is the bikini costumes Jocelyn Lane wears almost throughout the film. They are way too revealing for anything from the 1940s. Jocelyn is eye candy for sure but her role stands out like a sore thumb. Blond, blue eyed, she doesn't look Arabian for one second.

The best sequence in the movie is the dance number with warriors and their swords. Aside from that visually impressive scene, nothing else stands out.

Something tells me this film played at matinées only. Kids wouldn't have noticed the 1940s aspects of it but I'm sure adults would have laughed at the bland corniness of it all.

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