Funny / The Golden Voyage of Sinbad

  • While Sinbad and the others are working to escape the latest Death Trap they've gotten trapped in, Haroun manages to make a fool of himself...again.
    Sinbad: Make a rope, out of your turbans and sashes.
    Haroun: (takes off his sash) Come on everyone, use your turbans and sashes. (his pants promptly fall down)
    • Actually, Haroun is pretty much the cause of all the funny moments in the film.
    • When they arrive on Lemuria:
    Sinbad: "I was surprised you volunteered."
    Haroun: "Land! Any land is good for these legs!"
    Sinbad: "Even dangerous land?"
    Haroun: "Dangerous?! You never said it was dangerous!"
    Sinbad: "You Didn't Ask."
  • May or may not be intentional, but when Margiana's owner dismisses her as "a worthless slave." There aren't many men who would look at her and think "Worthless."
    • He may have meant worthless in the sexually attractive sense, as he commented that he prefers women who are "flat-chested". It also implies that Morgiana, who apparently had been brought up as a slave in his household, never had to worry about losing her virtue to her master because of this preference, hence her dismay when her master hands her over to Sinbad as part of his payment for shanghaiing his son.
  • In the original home video release, the closed captions reveal that Koura's spells are breakfast cereal slogans spelled backwards.