A trio of Sinbad adventures featuring the stop-motion talents of the mighty Ray Harryhausen. In 'Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger' (1977), Sinbad (Patrick Wayne) the sailor sets sail for more adventures when he comes to the assistance of Princess Farah, whose brother has been transformed into an ape by their wicked step-mother (Margaret Whiting). To break the spell, Sinbad enlists the help of soothsayer Melanthius (Patrick Troughton), and embarks on a dangerous voyage with his trusty crew. In 'The 7th Voyage of Sinbad' (1958), when his beloved Princess Parisa is turned into a miniature by an evil magician, Sinbad (Kerwin Mathews) undertakes a quest to the island of Colossus to break the spell. En route he must battle various mythological monsters, including the Cyclops, a sword-wielding skeleton, a two-headed bird and a dragon. Finally, in 'The Golden Voyage of Sinbad' (1973), in order to restore the deposed Vizier (Douglas Wilmer) to his throne, Sinbad (John Phillip Law) sets sail for the island of Lemuria on a quest for the Golden Crown. Obstacles in his path include villainous magician Koura (Tom Baker) and a host of monsters, including centaurs, griffins and living statues.