Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger
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Sex & Nudity

Maybe gentle kissing. Nothing explicit.

Two of the young females are seen bathing near a waterfall. One of them lays out on a smooth rock surface (sunbathing possibly) with her back exposed. The other is seen combing her long hair while sitting on a rock. Both are loosely-dressed if not still naked. The scene is shot in a way where no overt nudity is seen (possibly a side-breast shot or two and if any, it is seconds brief). Overall, it is brief as both women soon retreat from the waterfall after seeing a monster intrude on their bath.

Violence & Gore

The adventure violence is mild. Nothing graphic. Fight scenes are mostly humans against monsters, including a demon sword fight with Sinbad.

There is a solid-gold Minotaur robot that kills a small number of men at his master's command (again a mild and relatively quick scene).

There is an attack by giant walrus in the arctic region that Sinbad and his men sail to. One man is seen thrown by the walrus into an open hole in the ice (apparently an instant death from the freezing water temperature). During the same fight, the sailors throw a net on the walrus, who pulls against it, dragging a man towards the animal and thus is fatally stepped on (briefly).

A fight between a saber-toothed tiger and a Troglodyte (a one-horned giant) commences near the film's closing half hour. The tiger claws up the back of the Troglodyte, showing blood and finally mauls the giant to death (mild violence).

The saber-toothed tiger kills 1 sailor (a brief swipe of its claws) and wounds Sinbad. Sinbad is shown with mild scratch wounds across his chest.

The saber-toothed tiger is briefly shown with blood on its teeth after having killed the Troglodyte.

Sinbad impales the saber-toothed tiger with a spear after it jumped from a height to attack him. He stabs the creature with a sword to end it. (Mild sequence)


1 "Hell" and 1 "Damnation"

For younger viewers, the creature sequences may be somewhat scary. There are demons summoned from "hell", a giant golden, Minotaur, a giant walrus, a one-horned giant identified as a Troglodyte and finally a resurrected Sabertoothed tiger. Their appearances are all displayed in mildly-violent context and move the overall adventure of the story. Suitable for all ages.

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Australia:G / Canada:G (Ontario) / Finland:S (1991) / Finland:K-12 (1977) / Iceland:L / Ireland:G / Singapore:PG / Sweden:11 / UK:U / USA:G (MPAA rating: certificate #24450)

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