The Lost World of Sinbad
|The Lost World of Sinbad|
|Directed by||Senkichi Taniguchi|
|Story by||Kikuo Yasumi|
|Music by||Masaru Sato|
|Edited by||Yoshitami Kuroiwa|
- Toshiro Mifune as Sukezaemon Naya
- Makoto Sato as the Black Pirate
- Jun Funato as Ming, the Prince of Thailand
- Ichiro Arishima as Sennin the Wizard
- Mie Hama as Princess Yaya
- Kumi Mizuno as Miwa
- Akiko Wakabayashi as Yaya's maid
The Lost World of Sinbad was distributed theatrically in Japan by Toho on October 26, 1963. The film was Toho's third highest grossing film in Japan in 1963 and the tenth highest grossing domestically.
The film was distributed by American International Pictures in the United States with an English-language version where it was re-titled Samurai Pirate, and then re-titled The Lost World of Sinbad. The film was double billed in the United States with War of the Zombies and released in March 17 1965. It was released in the United Kingdom in 1976.
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