Aladdin

Aladdin
Aladdin

Year

1992

Duration

87 minutes

Genres

Animation, Musicals

Language

English

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Synopsis

Beautiful Princess Jasmine runs away from the royal palace when her father, the Sultan, tells her she must marry in three days. Wandering the streets she meets cheerful tearaway Aladdin - and that's when their magical adventures begin. Together with an eye-poppingly crazy Genie, a joke-telling parrot and a flying carpet, they must find a way to stop the Sultan from falling under the spell of his spiteful advisor Jafar. Truly an exotic fairy tale to sweep you up and away.

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