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Aladdin Trilogy: Aladdin / Return of Jafar / Aladdin - King of Theives [DVD]

Ron Clements , Tad Stones    Universal, suitable for all   DVD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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  • Directors: Ron Clements, Tad Stones, John Musker
  • Producers: Ron Clements, John Musker
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Disney
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Oct 2004
  • Run Time: 233 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002FR0TM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 47,176 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)




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' improvisational energy and the equally entertaining performances of Freeman and Gilbert Gottfried (as Jafar's parrot). --Tom Keogh

The Return of Jafar

The Return of Jafar, the 1994, direct-to-video follow-up to Aladdin (it's actually four episodes of the Aladdin television program, back-to-back) is a wash-out compared to the Robin Williams-driven animation feature that kicked off the franchise. The story partially involves the villainous Jafar's parrot--Iago--trying to leave his master and befriend Aladdin and Jasmine. Williams is nowhere to be found, unfortunately; the genie's voice is provided by Dan Castellaneta, and the difference shows. --Tom Keogh

Aladdin and the King of Thieves

Robin Williams returns as the voice of the hyperactive genie in Aladdin and the King of Thieves, the second direct-to-video sequel to Disney's hit animated feature. Aladdin, the street beggar turned Prince, risks all to find his father among the cutthroat 40 thieves and joins his quest to find a Midas-like stone that turns everything it touches into gold. A significant cut above most made-for-video animation, this energetic adventure largely leaves Princess Jasmine and the genie behind for a father-and-son quest. Guest voice Jerry Orbach suggests Sean Connery with his thick-as-molasses delivery as the master thief Sa'luk and, despite his limited screen time, Williams once again delights with his wild flights of fantasy as the big blue Genie. A rousing tale full of last-minute escapes and spectacular, kid-sized thrills that even parents will find entertaining. --Sean Axmaker

Product Description

Triple bill of Disney adaptations from the traditional tale of Aladdin. In 'Aladdin' (1993), the eponymous street urchin meets by chance the beautiful Princess Jasmine in the marketplace after she has sneaked out of the royal palace looking for some fun. The sultan's advisor, the evil Jafar, who is hatching an evil plot to marry Jasmine and become sultan himself, senses her attraction to the youth and immediately gives orders to throw Aladdin (voice of Robin Williams) in jail. But when Aladdin discovers a magic lamp in a cave, his quest begins: to defeat Jafar and win the hand of the princess, with the help of the Genie in the lamp. In the sequel, 'The Return of Jafar' (1994), Jafar the evil sorcerer gets trapped inside the magic lamp, and plots his revenge on Aladdin, who is again accompanied by the beautiful Princess Jasmine and the wise-cracking Genie. In the second sequel, 'Aladdin and the King of Thieves' (1996), Aladdin is worried about his impending marriage to Princess Jasmine, and in particular his future role as a father, as he has never known his own. When the forty thieves steal a magical talisman during the ceremony, Aladdin is forced to put such concerns to one side. However, as he attempts to retrieve the missing jewel, he unwittingly moves closer to finding his long-lost dad...

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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Clean Fun 26 Jan 2005
By Richard Kelly TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
What you get in this package is the 2 disk special edition vesion of Aladdin, plus the 2 sequals.
The original Aladdin feature is a full blow Disney spectacular with now expense spared. The animation is exactly what you expect from Disney. The voice acting is excellent and the characters are great. The story is pretty much what you expect from an Aladdin based story and with Robin Williams playing the Genie you can expect a barrel of laughs. We get the standard happy ending - but with an obvious queue for a sequal, which is unusual for a Disney film. The film is very very good - Jafar is an excellent character and brings some darkness to the otherwise ideal world that the characters inhabit. The extras are quite good as well - the vitrual tour of Agrabah is quite impressive for smaller children.
The Return of Jafar starts up where Aladdin finishes. This time it's by the Disney Television people, so the standard of animation suffers. Robin Williams is also absent and the newly genie isn't quite as good. The story is pretty good though and it involves Jafar escaping from the prison he was left in at the end of the previous film.
Aladdin and the Prince of Thieves is the final film. Robin Williams comes back to do the genie again. And this time the story of the 40 thieves has been shoe horned into the Aladdin story - Aladdins father is the Prince of Thieves! We get a sort of buddy film where Aladdin and his father travel together and sort out their problems.
Overall I'm giving this 9/10 and rounding it up to 5 stars. My 4 year old daughter loves all the films, and I don't mind watching them with her.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant. Even the second one! 16 Mar 2009
I liked all three of these.

The first Aladdin movie is almost perfect, with the frenetic genie almost (thank-fully not quite) overpowering the rest of the movie. The music and songs are nice, the animation style and quality are for the most part above average, and the script is a-okay for Disnet fantasy fair. Wonderful, something for kids and adults.

The middle of the three does suffer from lower animation/production values and the lack of Robin Williams's voice for the genie I still liked it. Dan Castellaneta is a very successful voice over performer, but unfortunately doesn't have the energy of Williams. Some good lines and the sort of story that reasonably follows on from the original.

The third film is a return to excellence. The writing standards remain high, and the visuals return to high standards. Plus, Robin Williams is back (albeit with a bit less screentime) voicing the genie. Some of the plot direction is not quite where I would have chosen to take it, but overall, for the whole family it's a good round-up for the trilogy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Masterpiece 8 Nov 2008
Well the first one is. Personally Disney dvds can become hard to come by so if you haven't picked up Aladdin yet to relive those childhood memories do. Personally I picked this one up over the release with just Aladdin in as the other two movies are good, especially for Disney sequels which can be hit and miss.

The songs are still as sing-along-able and the jokes still as funny.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb! Great buy 3 Jan 2012
If you like the story of Aladdin, this trilogy is a must have!
I didnt even know there was 3 Aladdin films! All of them are great, my favourite being the original, but they are all good and fun! If you have kids, I recommend this a lot! Even if you dont have kids, this is great fun!
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4.0 out of 5 stars All fans of Aladdin should have this! 28 Nov 2009
I only rated this as 4 star due to the price - a little pricey I thought. I bought this xmas 2008 for my daughter who was then 3. She loved it and still does, in fact we all enjoy watching the DVD's (even the grown ups)! Pictures are great and sound great. The extra bonus games are brilliant. I would recommend this trilogy set for all fans of Disney!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Grandsons love it 11 Oct 2009
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Bought this for our 2 Youngest Grandsons 6 and 3.
They have watched the first one twice and love it.
Have not got feed-back off the second one yet but I`m sure they will like it whatever Adults say about it.
I guess they are going to love number 3 as well.
A good buy and a good service as always from Amazon.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Aladdin Trilogy DVD 1992 4 Oct 2009
The lack of one of the games mentioned in the trailers ( Flying carpet game) for the special two disc edition makes this three disc edition seem less of a bargain as my grand-daughter loves playing the games after watching the films.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars More Orient, less orange 21 Feb 2009
'Aladdin' is one of the films usually fingered by prissy critics trying to prove that Disney has vulgarised classic tales and debased the imaginations of children world-wide. But what do you see when you compare the original Aladdin story with the Disney cartoon? In the original, the hero simply gets rich by magic and wins the princess. In the Disney version, we are asked to look at the implications of Aladdin making the girl he loves think he's a Prince when he is, in fact, a street rat - and to keep up the deception, he needs to use the Genie whom he has promised to set free. Magical success comes at a price. Is that so vulgar?
In fact there seem to be two Aladdin movies contending with each other on the same disc. One is definitely vulgar and includes crass Arab jokes you're surprised they could ever get away with ('Crazy Hakim's Discount Fertiliser'), Americanised heroes and contemporary American showbiz references for those scared of anything different, a lot of ugly hyperactivity in blue and orange, and the raucous and laboured 'comedy' of the Genie and Iago the parrot, the good guy and the bad guy outdoing one another in embarrassingness. The other is magical and takes over whenever the film-makers stop trying to be contemporary and let themselves swig 70 degrees proof romantic Orientalism straight from the bottle, and particularly as soon as any of the brilliant songs starts. The composer Alan Menken is the greatest hero of the Disney revival.
The two sequels are very different in quality. Film two, The Return of Jafar, aside from a good opening sequence and one excellent song, 'Forget about Love', sung by the parrot ('Love is revolting/It's even worse than when you're moulting'), is nondescript.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Aladdin set
I didn't know the was three films of aladdin, until I saw this. They are great are always for disney.
I would recommend this set.
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I bought this for my nephew who loves disney movies, its a classic trilogy that you can not go wrong with !
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good price
The kids liked this and i thought it was a good price for all three films, none of the films have the Disney hologram on them, which i believe is how you can tell if its not a real... Read more
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Published 5 months ago by Riawrr
5.0 out of 5 stars A good DVD for children of all ages
I did not know that there was a third film. All films are excelllent and worth watching. A good story.
Published 6 months ago by gloria coyne
5.0 out of 5 stars Great DVD box set
Haaving only seen the original film, it was good to get the full box set for such a reasonable price. My kids loved them all.
Published 7 months ago by Sean Pickford
5.0 out of 5 stars 3 times the laughs
my 8yr old grand daughter absolutley loves Aladdin so to have three dvds to watch is brilliant. The films have been very enjoyable
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What can you say about Disney films.Another masterpiece.Lovely to watch ,really enjoyable,good price on Amazon,everyone can really enjoy. Highly recommended
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Id only ever seen the first Aladdin movie and i loved it in my childhood so wanted to get it on DV which is when i realised there were 2 other movies too! Read more
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