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505 - The Magic Voyage of Sinbad



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Just Johnny Baca - about 1 month ago

This movie is a 'bad sin'. Haa, I see what I did there.


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It's not Sinbad the Sailor It's Sadko the Musician. Look it up.


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Hailley Petey-Plane - 2 months ago

Crow's beard in the city council sketch is glorious.


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Morinth - 2 months ago

Say what you will but the dude dubbing "sinbad's" voice can sure sing.


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Crypto Dentist - 4 months ago

Fun connection: Rimsky-Korsekov, whose music they use in this film, wrote the suite "Scheherazade," who was the narrator of Arabian Nights, featuring Sinbad.

You know, this might have actually been a good film in its native Russian, who knows.


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Teri Gee - 4 months ago

You know...considering she's supposed to be a poor girl, Luberia sure wears nice clothes.


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Someday, when my kids watch this episode, they won't get half of the jokes. More so than other episodes, the humor in this one is awfully dated. (I mean, my heavens, I barely remember that Sinbad the comedian existed and I was around at that time.)


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Sean Barry - 5 months ago

That wasn't Sinbad.


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Sean Barry - 5 months ago

Where did Crow... GO? Haha I kill myself. Not literally of course.


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Sean Barry - 5 months ago

Oh c'mon! Those panty waists couldn't take on vikings!


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Sean Barry - 5 months ago

Was the guy wrestling the bear named Talos? Elder Scrolls geek-dar going off...


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Sean Barry - 5 months ago

Drink some wine and take a punch? I coulda gone on Sinbad's lame voyage! Oh wait, I don't want too...


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Sean Barry - 5 months ago

Oh great... now Sinbad is singing... poorly.


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I wanted to break out singing Under the Sea at about the 1:20 mark :)'


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - 8 months ago

Why is Joel's last name spelled, "Rosbinon," during the Council skit at around 0:43:00?


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Teri Gee - 9 months ago

Another testament of Trace's masterful control of Crow: During the opening (the S.O.L.-tie awards) while Gypsy is doing her lines, Crow is mouthing the words as if he's reading along on the teleprompter.


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Sarahbean - 10 months ago

Oh and...That's not Sinbad!


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Sarahbean - 10 months ago

Everyone is wearing furs, I was unaware that ancient Persia was so cold!


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Colleen Swiggum - 11 months ago

Awww poopy, this film has been blocked from being shown on youtube... Of course all things considered if i were a film company i would want this stinker blocked at all costs as well...


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Elisa Farrington - 12 months ago

The bear! Took me a minute to realise the real bear was only wrestling with its trainer; while the actor had to fight that ridiculous stunt bear in the hammer pants. It's things like that that make these movies so funny.


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Elisa Farrington - 12 months ago

27:46 Sinbad puts his hands on his hips thumbs in front. I thought it was funny, then Joel copied him! I dunno, is it just me or is it hard to take someone serious who stands that way?


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Phil Carstens - 12 months ago

I can't believe I didn't notice Dr. Forrester and Frank switched Chinderwear, it being one of my favorite Invention Exchanges. I feel so stupid.


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Strange. The distribution company has blocked the film from viewing on this website, but they include a link to allow us to view it directly on YouTube. What's the point?


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Kelly Slane - about 1 year ago

That laughing horse is the stuff of nightmares...


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Anyone know the riff here? http://imgur.com/CvbzDio.jpg


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David Sircin - about 1 year ago

This episode has a great example of a riff that really isn't quote-able but made me laugh soooo hard first time I heard it: when, near the beginning, Tom-as-Sinbad grabs the sword form the smith and swings it around all goofy and random. Oh god, that just killed me the first time around. It's like the "It looks like the plane can't think of anything to say" bit from Time Chasers. I think I gave myself a migraine laughing so hard at that.


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I don't remember there being a river running next to the Sphinx.


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"The worlds slowest assault team." They haven't seen Jack the Giant Killer yet.


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It's the sparrow of jocularity.


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You really have to love this movie's communist message. l:b


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A lot of Cossacks in ancient Persia.


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Sinbad was from Basrah.


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25:00 Look closely at Joel and you can see the party going on on the blue parts of his collar.


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Alex C. - over 1 year ago

The "bird of happiness" sounds like a metaphor. A metaphor for my happiness once I began watching this movie. (It flew away...)


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Cindy - over 1 year ago

I just paused the video at the first Movie Sign...I WANT THAT CHESS SET!


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Jacob Guntorius - over 1 year ago

John I agree. I think anyone has respect for a guy who can mack a watery tart out of a lake.


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Fuzzy Skinner - over 1 year ago

Damn you Mosfilm!!!


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Kimono Dragon - almost 2 years ago

If Sinbad's singing at 0:21:00 isn't right out of Star Trek... I swear that was Spock on the harp. And when he sings "somewhere beyond" I dare you to tell me you don't expect Uhura to say "Antaris"!


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Kiri T. Unicorn - almost 2 years ago

Joel Rosnibon?

Move to end sketch!


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Kiri T. Unicorn - almost 2 years ago

0:06:36- Frank and Doctor forester are wearing each others' chinderwear.

Those pervs.


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Desiree Ashcraft - almost 2 years ago

Does this seem like a seriously drug-induced romp to anyone else but me? This movie is just plain weird. Russians are awesome at this!!!!


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John Harms - almost 2 years ago

I think this might be the first movie where Joel and the Bots have a grudging respect for the hero. Tells you something about Sinbad.


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Victoria Mayer - about 2 years ago

0:26:00 i loose it. Crow is so worn out from jestering he's gotta hit the commercial sign button with his look-a-like jester stick. He's outta breath and his eyes are all crooked. Hilarious. And then they walk in and catch crow's look-a-like jester stick watching the movie and he scurries off.


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Robert Ferguson - about 2 years ago

Move to find out the TRUE indentity of this guy SKINBAG


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Great story, Matthew! I just wanted to point out how smart the city council sketch in this episode is. Smart and silly.


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Matthew Eickhoff - over 2 years ago

Funny coincidence story:
I was leaving my house with my wife to go to this thrift store she LOVES to shop at, and being the patient husband I knew I was in for a long trip because she loves to look at everything when we go. So before we left I was thinking to myself, 'MSTies never get rid of their videos, you'll never find an MST3K product on sale somewhere'.
So lo and behold we get there, and I start at my usual spot-the videos, and I found this episode of MST3K on DVD no less. Perfect condition, not a scratch and selling for only $1.08! My wife even had a 50% off coupon, so it ended up being only $0.54!!!
Wow, my only regret is that there wasn't anymore. Trust me I scoured the store, considering we were there for so long.