Sinbad Jr. (1965– )

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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 ... See full summary »

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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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Another Cartoon of My Youth
25 January 2007 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

I remember getting up early every morning to see reruns of this series on one of the local stations here. This cartoon definitely came out of the era when Hanna-Barbera was producing a lot of adventure/super hero shows featuring teenagers who gained super powers either by holding a club aloft, touching a couple of bracelets together or (in Sinbad Jr.'s case) tightening his belt. The thing that really made this show fun was Sinbad's "buddy", Salty the Parrot. Of course, he was voiced by the legendary Mel Blanc and that's what made this show so memorable for me. Too bad they don't show this on reruns or that it hasn't been released on DVD. This definitely was a wild show.


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