Howard Hughes oversaw this Sinbad adventure that had parents screaming and covering their children's eyes. Robertson, as Sinbad, and Price, as his right-hand man, again sail off to more adventures. But this time his perils take the form of scantily dressed women, leading to the parental
outrage. Hughes, known for promising young women the chance to be a star, gave about 40 of them (including Kim Novak) that chance here. In a publicity ploy, he did not release the film for two years, letting it build a "hot" reputation. Sinbad just cavorts with the beauties in a movie that has no
plot, nor much of anything else, except for skin.