Sinbad Jr. is, of course, the young son of the famous Sinbad the Sailor. When Jr. tightens up his belt, not only does his chest get bigger and his waist smaller, but he also gains the ... See full summary »
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 Salty (uncredited) (81 episodes, 1965-1966)
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Sinbad Jr. is, of course, the young son of the famous Sinbad the Sailor. When Jr. tightens up his belt, not only does his chest get bigger and his waist smaller, but he also gains the strength of fifty men! Aided with his smart-aleck pet parrot Salty, Jr. would thwart the plans of the evil Rotcoddam (read it backwards). Written by Mike Konczewski

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11 September 1965 (USA)  »

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Le avventure di Sinbad Junior  »

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Nothing left but a happy memory
5 February 2007 | by (victoria bc) – See all my reviews

I remember clear as a bell the pulling of the belt and his parrot salty.

These were main stays of my cartoon pleasures as a kid in the late 60's.

I would love to find a copy of any of these episodes anywhere.

I did not know was called "Sindbad Junior" but thinking about the character that makes sense.

I need 10 lines of text, but only have 3 lines of memorys...I just know those days, along with those cartoons are and will be the best days I ever lived. I waited 17 years between my first and second child,and now I am old enough to really see through my second child's eyes what it is to live in a world of unconditional love and happiness....Sinbad recalls those times for me.


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