Agrabah is thrilled and chilled by a first-ever visit from the caliph Kapoc, a reputed magician. Actually it's only his magically severed head, which whines his body is meanwhile ... See full summary »

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Aladdin (voice)
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Sultan (voice)
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Genie (voice)
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Caliph Kapok (voice)
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Iago (voice)
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Abu (voice)
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Agrabah is thrilled and chilled by a first-ever visit from the caliph Kapoc, a reputed magician. Actually it's only his magically severed head, which whines his body is meanwhile terrorizing his people. Aladdin and the gang travel there to reunite them. Only while succeeding, they learn the head is the evil part, which scorns emotions and instantly turns on them. Aladdin's own head is also severed, with a similar effect. Written by KGF Vissers

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14 November 1994 (USA)  »

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25 September 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I liked this episode, it did have a sense of fun. I do however have two complaints, my most obvious being Aladdin, he was rather unlikeable here. Secondly, one or two of the jokes particularly Aladdin's "some body" joke at the end- I am not surprised that none of the characters got it- came across as lame. Though most of it is hilarious such as the "economic sanctions" comment. However, Heads You Lose does have a number of good points. The animation isn't too bad, in places it was little shoddy, but not so bad, likewise with the dialogue. The music was also good. Asides from Aladdin, all the other characters are well done. Jasmine, while not as well animated as she was in the first film, the first and the finest in my eyes, I found a lot more mature, and Dan Castellenetta was quite funny here, same with Iago. I also really liked the plot, very original, and while not as great as other villains like Mirage and Mozenrath, Caliph Kapok is a good villain, especially when voiced by the god of voice acting Tim Curry. All in all, a good episode. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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