A Thousand and One Nights (1001 Nights)
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A Thousand and One Nights (1001 Nights)
Thousand and One Nights is an occasionally strident but generally successful satire of the popular Universal Jon Hall/Maria Montez epics. Cornel Wilde stars as a twentyish Aladdin, whose magic lamp yields two genies: Collosus-like Rex Ingram (repeated the role he played in 1940's Thief of Baghdad) and ravishing redhead Evelyn Keyes (who, like future TV genie Barbara Eden, was seemingly born without a navel). Wilde uses his new-found wealth and magical powers to woo princess Adele Jergens, but not without the opposition of villainous Dennis Hoey. Phil Silvers plays Wilde's comic… More

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"Silly escapist romantic fantasy film that's played with a wink and a nod."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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