G | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Sinbad and the vizier of Marabia, followed by evil magician Koura, seek the three golden tablets that can gain them access to the ancient temple of the Oracle of All Knowledge.
According to Ray Harryhausen's early concept art for the project (illustrated in charcoal pencil), the Griffin, which fights the One-Eyed Centaur, was originally going to be a Neanderthal man. The "Neanderthal man" concept later became the Troglodyte in Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977).
A fine clear morning! And all is well!
Standing beside Sinbad at the "Pool of Untold Riches", the reflection of Margiana in the water steps up beside the reflection of Sinbad a few seconds before Margiana actually steps up next to Sinbad.
At 0:49:27 on the VHS version (PAL time) (and presumably on the original release print) you can see when Sinbad is helping Margiana from the boat to the sand on the beach, for a couple of seconds and by mere accident, Caroline Munro's nipple. On the DVD it's been covered by a digital addition to her hair.