Twenty years ago, as a youngster, the sultan picked a flower for his bride from semi-vegetable Arbutus's magical garden. Now he's haunted in nightmares by his promise to pay his release ... See full summary »

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Aladdin (voice)
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Genie (voice)
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Iago (voice)
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Sultan (voice)
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Arbutus (voice)
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Abu (voice)
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Twenty years ago, as a youngster, the sultan picked a flower for his bride from semi-vegetable Arbutus's magical garden. Now he's haunted in nightmares by his promise to pay his release with his greatest treasure, which expires now. Aladdin and the gang guard the palace's rich treasury, to realize only when the sultan screams in his dream the real target: Jasmine. Arbutus's invincible spiked vines abduct her to his garden, to be incorporated in his designs of magically sprouted growth. By the time Aladdin's sultanic rescue party arrives, she has learned to understand her captor. Written by KGF Vissers

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14 September 1994 (USA)  »

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Arbutus: Do you truly understand me, Princess? Or is this some human trick?
Princess Jasmine: We humans appreciate your creations. The beauty of a flower, the shade from a tree, the joy of planting a seed and watching it grow. We care.
Princess Jasmine: If only I could believe you...Perhaps I can! After all, you do bear the name of a flower.
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