Directed by: Bruno Vailati, Arthur Lubin
Stars: Steve Reeves, Giorgia Moll, Arturo Dominici
Country: Italy | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip
Also known as: Il ladro di Bagdad
Description: In the time of the Arabian Nights, the city of Baghdad is ruled by Sultan Ali Bajazeth but actually controlled by the scheming Grand Vizier Ghamal. The poor of Baghdad are aided by Karim, the Thief of Baghdad.
1.81GB | 94:03mins | 1280×720 | mkv
My old neighborhood theater, THE PENN in Washington DC (may it Rest In Peace), would not only do Second Run (that means, mainly, a recent film after it’s initial distribution), but sometimes a couple of classics as a Double Feature–THEATRICAL POSTERS IN THE LOBBY AND ALL–the whole shebang. For 2 weeks in 1978, it ran a STEVE REEVES Double Feature of THIS FILM, and 1960’s “MORGAN THE PIRATE”.
To see these (then, to ME!) “TV Staples” on the big screen–in WIDESCREEN…with deep Cinemascope Technicolor prints to DIE FOR!!…well…just blew my 14-Year-Old Mind.
Also, these were the first “non-HERCULES” films I’ve seen him in, too.
As always, THANK YOU, RARELUST for tirelessly bringing us The Good Stuff.
This is the Holy Grail for me. Thank you Rarelust. Have never found a widescreen copy of this. Yay. You’re the best
Wonderful family movie, (with mild violence), about the magical quest for a Blue Rose by Karim, so he can marry the princess and she will not have to marry the Grand Vizier. Hard to find film that now finally available in high definition. It’s not classic 1940 Thief of Baghdad with Sabu, but, it is a lot of fun and extremely enjoyable. This a great movie that almost everyone will like. Very recommended.