Sandy and his son Arthur and I watched this after the Fest, before I left Dallas. Sandy and I had both seen this in the theater back in the day. It’s not up there with Harryhausen’s films, but it holds up quite well in a cheesy sort of way. (Although Sandy was highly amused by the not exactly Arabian leading lady.) The film is available through the Warner Brothers DVD-R line. While not a pressed DVD, the print quality is really quite good, rather like their letterboxed DVD-R for The Green Slime.