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Arajin to maho no ranpu (1982)

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This is the classic story of the young boy Aladdin who is tricked by and evil wizard to go inside the cave that holds a great treasure and there is an old lamp that he needs to bring to him... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Kazuo Kamiya ...
Arajin (voice)
Keiko Suzuka ...
Budôru hinu (voice)
Kikuo Kaneuchi ...
Yôjutsushi (voice)
Reiko Nanao ...
Arajin no haha (voice)
Yoshisada Sakaguchi ...
Yubiwa no mamono (voice)
Kazuo Kitamura ...
Rampu no mamono (voice)
Tadashi Kose ...
Suika uri no aruji (voice)
Kimihiro Reizei ...
Daijin no musuko (Vizier's Son) (voice)
Kyôji Naka ...
Kerai (voice)
Takeshi Katô ...
Daijin (voice)
Osamu Matsumoto ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Fumio Nakanishi ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Masahide Yanai ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Armstrong ...
Aladdin (voice)
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(voice)
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This is the classic story of the young boy Aladdin who is tricked by and evil wizard to go inside the cave that holds a great treasure and there is an old lamp that he needs to bring to him. He meets the slave of the lamp and his and becomes the most famous kid in town and marries the princess Madral. Written by MuffinChan

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13 March 1982 (Japan)  »

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Aladin und die Wunderlampe  »

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Wonderful Lamp
Lyrics by Wil Williams
Written by Yukihide Takekawa
Performed by Godaigo (as Godiego)
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Pretty good.
1 May 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm surprised that not that many people have voted or commented on this film yet. Compared to most of the modern animated versions of the Aladin story, this one seems to be the one the is the most accurate...or at least the most believable.

Now how can I be praising this film if I only gave it a 6? Simple, this version is not for everyone. No, there are no extremely violent scenes or harsh language or sexually explicit scenes...its just that this is not a laugh fest that will keep the children interested like Disney's version. This is a serious attempt in telling a great story like Aladin while not attempting to modernize it to suit today's viewers. So to those of you who are looking for something like Disney's version, don't even bother and it is to those people that I give this film a 6.

To those who love a good story simply because it is a good story and not because of who is doing the voices or how humorous the story is, I will say check this film out...if you can find it. Animation is actually good, story is good, and the music (especially the opening song) is excellent.


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