Aladdin 1992, Robin Williams’s dizzying and hilarious voicing of the Genie is the main attraction of Aladdin, the third in the series of modern Disney animated movies that began with 1989’s The Little Mermaid and heralded a new age for the genre.
After a sultan (Douglas Seale) gives his daughter, Jasmine (Linda Larkin), three days to find a husband, she escapes the palace and encounters the street-savvy urchin Aladdin (Scott Weinger), who charms his way into her heart. While the sultan’s Vizier, Jafar (Jonathan Freeman).
weaves a spell so that he may marry Jasmine and become sultan himself, Aladdin discovers the Genie’s lamp in a cave, rubs it, and sets the mystical entity free, leading the Genie to pledge his undying loyalty to the dazzled youth. Aladdin begins his quest to defeat Jafar and win the hand of the princess, with the Genie’s help.
Monsters, Disney’s trademark talking animals, and a flying carpet all figure into the ensuing adventures, but Williams’ Genie, who can change into anything or anybody, steals the show as he launches into one crazed monologue after another, impersonating figures from Ed Sullivan to Elvis Presley.
Aladdin 1992 Plot:-
Jafar, the Royal Vizier of the fictional city of Agrabah, placed near the Jordan River, and his parrot Iago seek a lamp hidden within the Cave of Wonders. They are told that only one person is worthy to enter: “the diamond in the rough”, whom Jafar later identifies as Aladdin.
an Agrabah street urchin. Princess Jasmine of Agrabah upset that the law requires her to marry a prince instead of one she loves, Aladdin 1992 escapes the palace and meets Aladdin and his pet monkey, Aladdin 1992 Abu. The palace guards capture Aladdin on Jafar’s orders.
Disguised as an old man, Jafar frees Aladdin and Abu and brings them to the cave, ordering them to retrieve the lamp. Aladdin 1992 Inside, Aladdin finds a magic carpet and obtains the lamp. Defying Aladdin’s instruction to touch nothing but the lamp, Abu grabs a jewel.
Aladdin, Abu, and the carpet rush to escape the cave as it collapses. Aladdin gives the lamp to Jafar, who throws both Aladdin and Abu back into the cave, though not before Abu steals the lamp back.
Trapped, Aladdin rubs the lamp and meets the Genie who lives inside it. The Genie grants Aladdin three wishes. Aladdin tricks the Genie into freeing them all from the cave without using a wish.
At Iago’s suggestion, Jafar plots to become Sultan by marrying Jasmine. Aladdin, as “Prince Ali Ababwa”, arrives in Agrabah with a large host, but Jasmine becomes angry when he discusses her fate with her father the Sultan and Jafar without her.
As a means of apologizing, Aladdin takes Jasmine on a ride on the magic carpet. Aladdin 1992 When she deduces his true identity, he convinces her that he only dresses as a peasant to escape the stresses of royal life. Please See More Information…….
Aladdin 1992 Cast:-
- Scott Weinger as Aladdin, a poverty-stricken but well-meaning Agrabah thief. For his audition, Weinger sent in a homemade audition tape as Aladdin with his mother playing the Genie, and after several callbacks found out six months later that he had been cast as the title character. Aladdin’s supervising animator was Glen Keane. Brad Kane provides Aladdin’s singing voice.
- Robin Williams as Genie, a comedic jinnī with high power that can only be exercised when his master wishes it. Clements and Musker had written the role of the Genie for Robin Williams, and, when met with resistance, created a reel of a Williams stand-up to the animation of the Genie.
- Linda Larkin as Jasmine, the princess of Agrabah, who is bored with life in the royal palace. Larkin was chosen for the role of Jasmine nine months after her audition and had to adjust, or lower, her high-pitched voice to reach the voice the filmmakers were looking for in the character. Jasmine’s supervising animator was Mark Henn. Lea Salonga provides Jasmine’s singing voice.
Aladdin 1992 Production:-
In 1988, lyricist Howard Ashman pitched the idea of an animated musical adaptation of Aladdin. Ashman had written a 40-page film treatment remaining faithful to the plot and characters of the original story, but envisioned as a campy 1930s-style musical with a Cab Calloway.
Fats Waller-like Genie. Along with partner Alan Menken, Ashman conceived several songs and added Aladdin’s friends named Babkak, Omar, and Kasim to the story.
However, the studio was dismissive of Ashman’s treatment and removed the project from development. Ashman and Menken were later recruited to compose songs for Beauty and the Beast.