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Aladdin Characters

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A little information about some of the main characters in Aladdin.....




The Genie features in Aladdin (1992) as well as related series and sequels. For the original movie, his voice was provided by Robin Williams, though it was later taken over by Dan Castellaneta (better known as the voice of Homer Simpson), after a contract dispute between Williams and the Walt Disney Company. Castellaneta continued to voice the Genie throughout Aladdin the Series, as well as the direct-to-video feature The Return of Jafar, before Williams reprised the role for the final installment of the franchise, Aladdin and the King of Thieves. Castellaneta also voiced Genie in the Kingdom Hearts series by SquareSoft and Disney.


The Genie is probably the most important character in the entire series besides Aladdin. Aladdin found him in the Cave of Wonders and summoned him, and the Genie granted Aladdin three wishes:

1. Turning Aladdin into a prince

2. Saving Aladdin from drowning

3. The Genie's freedom

The last wish is the most important to Genie because according to Genie, freedom "would be greater than all the magic and all the treasures in all the world." T The Genie is mostly comic relief, and some of his comedy scenes are laugh-yourself-off-your-chair hilarious. His Rodney Dangerfield impression in the original movie ("I can't believe it, I'm losing to a rug") is sure to draw laughs from anyone who watches it, and he has some funny lines in the cartoon as well, even though he isn't voiced by Williams.

Personaliy = stimulating, excitable, warmhearted.

Film - "Aladdin" 1992 (and sequels)
Voice Artists : Robin Williams and Dan Castellaneta (replacement)


Jasmine and Rajah

The beautiful Jasmine, daughter of the Sultan, is only a few days short of her 16th birthday; the day on which, by law, she must choose a husband. However, she wants to marry for love, so -- to her father's great dismay -- she keeps turning away her high-born suitors. She then decides to flee the luxuries of the palace for the wild adventure of the marketplace ... where she happens to fall into the company of a young street thief, Aladdin. Headstrong and impetuous, she makes a perfect match for Aladdin, although a street thief is hardly prince material. But after saving the Sultan and the kingdom from the harmful ways of the evil Jafar, Aladdin and Jasmine have all the blessings they need to live "happily ever after."

Personality = curious, romantic, dreamy.

Film: "Aladdin" (1992)
Voice Artists: (speaking) Linda Larkin and (singing) Lea Salonga


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