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Director  Edgar G. Ulmer
Country  USA
5.2/10 IMDb

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Language  English
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Release date  1952
Writer  Joe Ansen (original screenplay), Felix E. Feist (original screenplay), Reuben Levy (additional dialogue), John Roeburt (additional dialogue)
Tagline  1001 ADVENTURES! 1001 DELIGHTS! THE ARABIAN NIGHTS NEVER SAW SIGHTS LIKE THIS!

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Babes in Bagdad is a 1952 American comedy film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer and starring Paulette Goddard and Gypsy Rose Lee.

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Plot

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Arabian Nights princess Kyra goes on strike demanding equal rights for women, to the frustration of caliph Hassan. Supported by the caliph's godson, Ezar, Kyra enables the caliph to see the error of his polygamous ways, and he eventually settles down with his favourite wife, Zohara.

Cast

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  • Kyra: Paulette Goddard
  • Zohara: Gypsy Rose Lee
  • Ezar: Richard Ney
  • Hassan: John Boles
  • Sharkhan: Thomas Gallagher
  • Sinbad: Sebastian Cabot
  • Caliph: MacDonald Parke
  • Slave dealer: Christopher Lee
  • Critical reception

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    Allmovie wrote, "even the staunchest auteurist defenders of director Edgar G. Ulmer are hard-pressed to justify his participation in this relentlessly silly effort."


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    References

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    Babes in Bagdad IMDb Babes in Bagdad themoviedb.org


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