Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977)
Sinbad (Patrick Wayne), sailor and Prince of Baghdad, seeks permission from Prince Kassim to marry his sister Princess Farah (Jane Seymour). But a spell is placed on Kassim by their evil stepmother Zenobia (Margaret Whiting) turning him into ababoon (one of Harryhausen’s stop-motion creations) just as he was going to be crowned caliph. Sinbad sets off with Princess Farah to find an old Greek alchemist named Melanthius (Patrick Troughton), who is said to know where to discover a cure than could break the evil spell.
Sinbad and his crew eventually find Melanthius and his daughter Dione (Taryn Power), who agrees to help them with their quest. Melanthius tells Sinbad and his crew that they must travel to the land of Hyperboria to find an ancient pyramid where Kassim can be cured. Zenobia, her son Rafi, and a bronze golem named Minaton secretly stalk them.
On their quest, Sinbad and his crew encounter creatures such as a trio of ghouls, a killer wasp (effected by Zenobia’s magic), a giant walrus, atroglodyte (a creature that is friendly to Sinbad and his crew), and Zenobia in the form of a defrosted smilodon.
Starring: Patrick Wayne, Jane Seymour, Taryn Power, Patrick Troughton, Margaret Whiting.