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Actors: Scott Weinger, Robin Williams, Linda Larkin, Jonathan Freeman, Frank Welker Director: John Musker Rating: Features: AC-3, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, DVD, Special Edition, Widescreen, NTSC Running Time: 90 minutes Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1 Release Date: October 5, 2004 Theatrical Release Date: November 25, 1992 Studio: Walt Disney Video
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Soar away on a magic carpet ride of nonstop thrills and fun in the most spectacular adventure of all time! Now meticulously restored and enhanced -- experience the wonders of ALADDIN like never before, from the Academy AwardR-winning music Best Original Song, Best Original Score, 1992 to the unforgettable moments of sidesplitting comedy and soaring adventure. In the heart of an enchanted city, a commoner named Aladdin and his mischievous monkey, Abu, battle to save the free-spirited Princess Jasmine. Aladdin's whole life changes with one rub of a magic lamp as a fun-loving, shape-shifting Genie appears and grants him three wishes, setting him on an incredible journey of discovery. Through his adventures, Aladdin proves that he is a prince where it truly matters most -- on the inside!
Disney's 1992 animated feature is a triumph of wit and skill. The high-tech artwork and graphics look great, the characters are strong, the familiar story is nicely augmented with an interesting villain Jafar, voiced by Jonathan Freeman, and there's an incredible hook atop the whole thing: Robin Williams's frantically hilarious vocal performance as Aladdin's genie. Even if one isn't particularly moved by the love story between the title character Scott Weinger and his girlfriend Jasmine Linda Larkin, you can easily get lost in Williams's improvisational energy and the equally entertaining performances of Freeman and Gilbert Gottfried as Jafar's parrot. --Tom Keogh