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Sinbad and the Caliph of Baghdad (1973)

Simbad e il califfo di Bagdad (original title)


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Cast overview:
Robert Malcolm ...
Sonia Wilson ...
Luigi Bonos ...
Leo Valeriano ...
Spartaco Conversi
Arturo Dominici ...
Franco Fantasia
Eugene Walter ...
Paul Oxon
Maria Luigia Biscardi
Gianfranco Clerici ...
(as Mark Davis)
Eva Maria Gabriel ...
(as Eva Maria Grubmuller)
Carla Mancini
Alessandro Perrella


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23 June 1973 (Italy)  »

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Der Schatz des Piraten  »

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Terrible enjoyable entertainment for the bad taste
2 May 2007 | by (Mannheim, Germany) – See all my reviews

One of the "you must see them to believe it"-movies. Written probably by drunkards, played by over-actors, seen by fanatics (other viewers turned off the screen after 5-7 minutes). Very bad, very funny, very crappy. A mess how low Francisci went down the line. Robert Malcolm, playing Sinbad, has made a very bad Spaghetti Western, Arturo Dominici and Franco Fantasia have never been wasted more than here; Spartaco Conversi is in his normal form (i.e. playing a bearded character speaking mysteriously). The belly dances mostly have more belly than dance, and the rest of the thing disappears in the plot holes. To make it short, a must-see-picture.

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