Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 info:-
Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996, In Disney’s second straight-to-video sequel to Aladdin, Aladdin (voice of Scott Weinger) and Princess Jasmine (voice of Linda Larkin) have finally decided to marry, but when the big day finally arrives.
the ceremony is thrown into chaos by the unexpected arrival of the Forty Thieves, Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 who are searching for the enchanted Hand of Midas, a charm that will turn all it touches into gold.
Aladdin makes the shocking discovery that his father (voice of John Rhys-Davies), long believed dead, is actually the leader of this infamous band of thieves, and when his father falls into peril, Aladdin must rescue him with the genie of the lamp (voice of Robin Williams) on hand to help.
Robin Williams, whose voice work was considered a key factor in the success of the original Aladdin, Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 returned to the franchise for this film after bowing out of the first sequel, The Return Of Jafar, due to a financial dispute.
(in The Return Of Jafar, the genie was voiced by Dan Castellaneta). Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 Aladdin and the King of Thieves is a 1996 animated direct-to-video film that is the second direct-to-video sequel to the Disney animated feature Aladdin.
Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 Plot:-
As Aladdin (Scott Weinger) and Princess Jasmine (Linda Larkin) prepare for their marriage, Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 Aladdin recovers a dagger, his only memento of his lost father, who had abandoned his family when Aladdin had been a small child.
During the ceremony, they and the assembled guests find themselves the targets of a raid by the infamous Forty Thieves, led by a man named Cassim (John Rhys-Davies), who is after a particular piece of treasure: a staff which is the receptacle of a powerful oracle.
Aladdin, Abu, Jasmine and the Genie discover the Oracle, who has the power to answer a single question about absolutely anything to any individual. When Iago accidentally asks her why the thieves want the staff so badly, she says that they were looking for the “ultimate treasure”.
Learning of the Oracle’s power, Aladdin becomes curious about his past. She hints to him that those questions can be answered by his father, who is still alive, much to Aladdin’s shock.
After some encouragement from Jasmine, Aladdin asks the oracle about his father; the oracle reveals that his father is with the Forty Thieves, “trapped within their world”.
Aladdin, along with Abu, Iago, and Carpet, tracks them down and stows away into their hideout, Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 Mount Sesame, where he discovers, to his shock.
that his father is actually Cassim himself. Though Aladdin shares a brief, heartfelt reunion with Cassim, Sa’luk (Jerry Orbach), Cassim’s subordinate tries to punish Aladdin for entering the hideout.
Cassim, however, slyly suggests that Aladdin instead face “the Challenge”—an initiation ritual—where he must defeat another one of the Forty Thieves and take his place. Sa’luk fights Aladdin, but the latter just barely manages to prevail by throwing his opponent off a cliff into the sea. Please See More Information……….
Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 Voice cast:-
- Scott Weinger as Aladdin
- Brad Kane as Aladdin (singing voice)
- Robin Williams as Genie
- John Rhys-Davies as Cassim
- Merwin Foard as Cassim (singing voice)
- Linda Larkin as Princess Jasmine
- Liz Callaway as Princess Jasmine (singing voice)
- Gilbert Gottfried as Iago
- Jerry Orbach as Sa’luk
- Frank Welker as Abu
- Val Bettin as Sultan
- Jim Cummings as Razoul
- C. C. H. Pounder as The Oracle
Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 Production:-
Following the success of The Return of Jafar and the television series, Disney announced in January 1995 that a third film was in production, and later in June, that it was scheduled for a home video release in 1996. In September 1995.
it was confirmed that Robin Williams would reprise the role of the Genie reportedly for a $1 million salary after he received an apology, Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 from Joe Roth for Disney breaching an agreement not to use his voice to merchandise products inspired by Aladdin.
With Williams on board, all recordings and animation footage of Dan Castellaneta as the Genie was scrapped, and all of the Genie’s scenes were rewritten to fit Williams’ comic style. At the time of its release, King of Thieves was reportedly outselling The Return of Jafar, but Disney declined to disclose actual sales figures for the release.