Some movies may be old, but there's a charm that keeps you coming back for more, and this is one of them. Everything all works together here like a symphony in motion. Kerwin Matthews is a great Sinbad with the same charm, flair, and swashbuckling appeal like that of Errol Flynn, and Kathryn Grant is a great princess, whose beauty is matched by her compassion. The performances of the two leads are decent enough, but Thorin Thatcher is a deliciously evil sorcerer Sakoura with plenty of tricks and deception up his sleeves. The musical score by Bernard Herrmann really amplifies each scene, that you feel the excitement as you follow along the adventure. Of course the real stars are the monsters here from the wizard Ray Harryhausen, so fluidly brought to life and with distinctive personality. From the two cyclops, the 2 headed Roc, the skeleton, and finally my favorite the Dragon. You almost feel sorry for the Dragon being chained up, and cheer for it as it does battle with one monster. I love the duel between Sinbad and the Skeleton, expertly choreographed that it holds up well. All in all, this is a great adventure that holds up well as a terrific film the whole family can enjoy!