Aladdin, the clever hero of Agrabah, continues his adventures with the help of his fiancee Princess Jasmine, his pet monkey Abu, Magic Carpet, Iago the greedy parrot, and of course his best friend the semi-cosmic Genie.
Even a treasure-map from crazy Sahib was irresistible for Iago; the gang finds nothing at the X, but it brings them at a spot on the beach where a hooded skeleton herald rises from the sea who lures ...
Mozenrath has secretly taken up residence in Jafar's palace room and uses magical black sand which turns everyone who touches it into his slaves, oblivious of their true identity, from the Sultan's ...
Aladdin eagerly accepts, to Iago's horror, to help the bothersomely busy sprites when their whole people is reported by the only one who got away to be captured by evil sorcerer Mozenrath, forced to ...
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An animated series based on the popular Disney movie of the same name. Hero Aladdin, Princess Jasmine, her father the Sultan, sly parrot Iago and monkey Abu team up with their old friend Genie to keep the land of Agrabah safe from the forces of evil. Written by
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This show had semi-good animation for what it was, but that was not what drew me in as a kid. The plot lines and dialogue were witty and action grabbing. The villains were possibly the best on TV at the time. Mozenrath was the greatest! Something I especially enjoyed were the little things thrown in from other movies or TV shows of that same genre. For example, there was an episode about the Blue Rose of Forgetfullness, which is an item from a movie called "The Thief of Bagdad". (By the way, if you watch "Thief of Bagdad", you'll see where Disney got most of their name ideas and character designs for the first Aladdin movie). Even though it's sort of a sad thing to admit, but when I was ten I ran home everyday to see this show. One of the things I liked the most was that every character was included at some point. Even the Sultan had a chance to be a hero every now and again.
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