When Haseem arrives at Aladdin's home pretending to be his lost uncle, he brings the boy to a magical place which hides the entrance to a dangerous underground cave. There, Haseem asks of Aladdin to find but one simple oil lamp which contains a genie. As stubborn as he is, Aladdin refuses to come outside of the cave with the lamp and eventually discovers its secret. A genie inside the lamp then helps his life change and marry his true love.
The version children love!
Did You Know?
The only one of Golden Films' second line of "animated classics" to feature a sung reprise of the theme song played during the ending credits, also featuring different lyrics from the opening song. All other Golden Films titles had an instrumental reprise of their theme song played during the ending credits. See more
Though Haseem steals Fatima's robes in order to disguise himself as the old medicine woman, the shawl that Haseem wears when he's transformed is not the same one that Fatima was wearing. See more
You know mother, I kind of wonder why the sultan's going through all this trouble to stop everyone from seeing what his daughter looks like.
Aladdin, don't even think about it.
I know, I know. Death beneath the hoofs of stampeding camels, blah, blah, blah.
When the film was originally released by Trimark Pictures on April 27th, 1992, the film opened crediting the American Film Investment Corporation, the production company for the film. In subsequent releases, its successor company Golden Films and new distributor GoodTimes Entertainment were credited instead. For the DVD release in 2002, the "Children's Classics" opening from Jetlag Productions' animated releases was attached to the film. See more
Rub the Lamp
Words and music by Richard Hurwitz
and John Arrias
For Eensy Weensy Productions See more