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Aladdin (1992)

A young man's life is turned around with the help of a genie inside a lamp.


Antoine Galland (story) (as Jean Antione Gallard), Jack Olesker (screenplay)




Uncredited cast:
Jeff Bennett ... Genie (voice) (uncredited)
Corey Burton ... Sultan (voice) (uncredited)
Cam Clarke ... Aladdin (voice) (uncredited)
Candi Milo ... Fatima / Aladdin's Mother (voice) (uncredited)


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. Written by Frederick Irizarry

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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 »


Near the end of the scene where Aladdin's mother presents the jewels to the Sultan, the arm and fan of the left fan-bearer disappear for a frame. See more »


Princess Leila: Father, isn't it going a bit far to make everyone in the city stay inside just because I wish to visit the bathhouse?
Sultan: No man I have ever met is worthy to look upon your face, Leila. Until I find a husband suitable for you you shall remain shielded from all men's eyes.
Princess Leila: It seems a bit foolish if you ask me.
Sultan: Foolish? Why if anyone in the kingdom but you dared to call me foolish I would have their head.
Princess Leila: And I do so like having my head. It's nice to know there are some advantages to being your daughter.
Sultan: ...
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Alternate Versions

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
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"Bad Movie" to the 3rd Degree
4 September 2007 | by JacobiwanShenobiSee all my reviews

Generally, when one watches a bad movie, it is in one of two categories: i) it is bad in a funny way, or ii) it is so bad that it isn't enjoyable, even to poke fun. This movie, however, transcends "normal bad" and becomes "Bad to the 3rd Degree," or "so bad that if you are not personally pained while laughing so hard, you aren't paying enough attention." From the paper-thin plot (pretty much the entire plot is on the back of the case, simply without the dialog and supposed wit), to the many continuity errors, to the over-all terrible production value, my friends and I highly enjoyed the hilarity that ensued.

On the whole this movie made my stomach hurt from laughing, and my psyche from awe-inspiring lack of effort. Sadly, 1/10 is the lowest I can give this movie.

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Release Date:

27 April 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Aladino See more »

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Golden Films See more »
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1.33 : 1
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