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Onscreen credits read: "In Dynamation, The New Miracle of the Screen." The 7th Voyage of Sinbad was the first film to use the process of Dynamation, a combination of three-dimensional animated figures and live actors. According to publicity materials contained in the film's production file at the AMPAS Library, Dynamation was a mating of animation and live action on a motion picture frame through the use of blue-backing, trick photographic effects. After shooting was completed in Spain, the production moved to a London studio where it took six months to complete the process work of Dynamation. According to the publicity materials, location filming was done in Granada, and along the Costa Brava in Spain. For additional information about films featuring the character of "Sinbad," please see the entry for Sinbad the Sailor in the AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1941-50.