Aladdin (1992)

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Movie Info & Cast


When a street urchin vies for the love of a beautiful princess, he uses a genie's magic power to make himself off as a prince in order to marry her.


  • Scott Weinger
  • Robin Williams
  • Linda Larkin
  • Jonathan Freeman
  • Frank Welker
  • Gilbert Gottfried
  • Douglas Seale
  • Charlie Adler
  • Jack Angel
  • Corey Burton

Did You Know?


  • The Islamic cultural setting of the film is directly referenced several times throughout the film. For instance: the Sultan yells "Praise Allah!" when he realizes that Jasmine wants to marry Prince Ali/Aladdin; the Sultan says "Allah forbid you have any daughters!" when he is frustrated with Jasmine; and Gazeem at the beginning says "By Allah!" when he sees The Cave of Wonders. Although it isn't stated, the mentions of Allah imply that the religion in Aragabah is Islam, since that is the way Muslims address God.
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  • The flower in Jasmine's hair is on the wrong side when reflected in the stream.
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    • Iago: I can't believe it, I just don't believe it! We're never gonna get a hold of that stupid lamp! Just forget it! Look at thi - look at this, I'm so ticked off that I'm molting!
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Besides the in jokes, the animation and the Alan Menken score supply enough glorious entertainment to hold even brats and cynics in thrall.

Metacritic review by Peter Travers
Peter Travers
Rolling Stone

Beautiful, romantic and frantically funny. In its brief, often frenetic 85-minute running time it manages to be a riot of entertainment, embracing the best of old-fashioned merriment as well as savvy, up-to-the-minute contemporary humor, thanks in large part to an extraordinary performance by Robin Williams. [25 Nov 1992, p.E1]

Metacritic review by Peter Stack
Peter Stack
San Francisco Chronicle

It is a masterpiece of design. The animated backgrounds are voluptuously illustrated, and the action often proceeds at dizzying speed, while an elaborate fabric of subtle visual cues steer the narrative. [25 Nov 1992, p.E1]

Metacritic review by Bill Cosford
Bill Cosford
Miami Herald