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Hero with a Thousand Feathers 

While the gang enjoys discovering fireworks, the blind seer Fasir stops time to tell Iago it is his destiny, but only his, to awake a terrible monster and destroy it again or perish trying ... See full summary »

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Aladdin (voice)
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Val Bettin ...
Sultan (voice)
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Genie (voice)
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Razoul (voice)
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Amok Mon-Ra (voice)
Ed Gilbert ...
Fasir (voice)
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Iago (voice)
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Abu (voice)
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While the gang enjoys discovering fireworks, the blind seer Fasir stops time to tell Iago it is his destiny, but only his, to awake a terrible monster and destroy it again or perish trying so, and hands the bird a magical locket. Iago tries to escape his fate by convincing Aladdin to take the gang on a far 'holiday' abroad, but it's precisely there that Genie flies them into a rock temple where an ancient evil lies dormant- in his attempt to get out, Iago accidentally lights the fire which awakes Amok Mon-Ra, a giant ogre who once ruled Agrabah and now returns to it for a reign of terror. The others ignore it was Iago who awoke Amok, so Genie believes it's up to him to destroy it but keeps failing, while Iago flees, till his conscience finally catches up... Written by KGF Vissers

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29 October 1994 (USA)  »

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Hero with a Thousand Feathers
25 September 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another favourite episode of mine, in fact the only thing I didn't like about it was that I still don't like Aladdin, who isn't as likable as he was in the original, or in King Of Thieves. Jasmine and the Sultan are fine though, and Iago and the genie are funny here. The animation is quite nice, the most impressive being with the villain of the episode, Amok Mon Ra. The music and dialogue I had little problem with either. Amok Mon Ra is voiced to perfection by Tim Curry, very few actors can do villains as well as Curry does, save a couple of exceptions like Tony Jay and Jeremy Irons. The plot about Iago accidentally awakening the terrifying Amok Mon Ra is a good one, of course there are better ideas out there, but it was still a solid one. All in all, not bad at all. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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