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Aladdin is an American animated television series made by Walt Disney Television Animation which aired from September 5, 1994, to November 25, 1995, based on the original 1992 Disney film of the same name. The series is set after The Return of Jafar and picked up where the installment left off. Aladdin's TV series is considered one of Disney's finest TV animation work.

The series was produced by Alan Zaslove and Tad Stones, who were already renowned for their work on Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers and Darkwing Duck. Many of the films' stars provided the voices of their TV counterparts, with the notable exceptions of Dan Castellaneta filling in for Robin Williams in the Genie role (like in The Return of Jafar), and Val Bettin as the Sultan (who replaced Douglas Seale after the original film). Unlike The Little Mermaid, the series does not feature any musical numbers.

It led two direct-to-videos followed by: The Return of Jafar, was released on May 20, 1994, and Aladdin and the King of Thieves, was released on August 13, 1996.

The series originally aired as a preview on The Disney Channel in early 1994, and in September of that year it began airing concurrently on the syndicated The Disney Afternoon block and on Saturday mornings on CBS (prior to Disney's purchase of rival ABC). Disney Channel reran the series from 1997 until 2000 when it was replaced by their preteen lineup. The show was then shown on Toon Disney from April 1998 until 2009 when it and the rest of their lineup was replaced by their new "Disney XD" branding.

Premise

The series is set in the fictional city of Agrabah. Taking place one year after the first film, and set after the second film, Aladdin now lives in the palace engaged to Princess Jasmine, and engages in adventures with his companions.

Characters

Main

  • Aladdin (voiced by Scott Weinger) - He was originally a street urchin who stole food to survive, but his life changed when he met and fell in love with Jasmine, the Princess of Agrabah. Aladdin is engaged to marry Jasmine and will become Prince and eventually Sultan. He learns of his future responsibilities while protecting the kingdom from monsters, sorcerers and other dangers.
  • Princess Jasmine (voiced by Linda Larkin) - She was forced by her father to marry a prince, but her life changed for the better when she ran away from home and met the man of her dreams, Aladdin. Jasmine is no ordinary princess as she is strong-willed and wants to live a life where she is free to make her own choices and to not let others control her. Now with more independence, Jasmine starts to experience things she had never done before.
  • Genie (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) - One of Aladdin's best friends. Freed from his lamp and able to use his magic freely, Genie helps Aladdin in his adventures to protect Agrabah. However, Genie's magic does not always work successfully, as his powers had been reduced once he was freed. He describes his powers as "semi-phenomenal, nearly cosmic".
  • Iago (voiced by Gilbert Gottfried) - Though he may have cleaned up his act, Iago is still very greedy and constantly wishes to have riches and power in his life. Iago inadvertently causes trouble for the gang as he leads them on treasure hunts that turn out to be dangerous. Though he may be bad tempered, Iago is a good person deep down and always does the right thing in the end. Iago also has a talent of being able to imitate other people's voices.
  • The Sultan (voiced by Val Bettin) - Jasmine's kind-hearted father, ruler of Agrabah, who allowed the engagement between her and Aladdin.
  • Abu (voiced by Frank Welker) - The charming, mischievous, yet closest friend of Aladdin. Abu is known to be a master thief and has his eyes set on gold and jewels. Abu and Iago have become good friends and work together on many occasions to gain money and riches beyond their wildest dreams.
  • Magic Carpet - A loyal friend who was once a resident of the Cave of Wonders' treasure room. He is the mode transportation for Aladdin and his friends, as well as a constant games partner for Genie.

Other characters and villains

  • Eden (voiced by Valery Pappas)
  • Dhandi (voiced by Deby Derryberry)
  • Abis Mal (voiced by Jason Alexander)
  • Haroud Hazi Bin (voiced by James Avery)
  • Sadira (voiced by Kellie Martin)
  • Mozenrath (voiced by Jonathan Brandis)
  • Amin Damoola (voiced by Jeff Bennett)
  • Mechanicles (voiced by Charlie Adler)
  • Razoul/ Prince Wazoo/ The Sand Monster/ Dominus Tusk (voiced by Jim Cummings)
  • Arbutus/ General Gouda (voiced by Ron Perlman)
  • Khartoum (voiced by Tony Jay)
  • Phasir (voiced by Ed Gilbert)
  • Mirage (voiced by Bebe Neuwirth)
  • Aziz (voiced by Michael Bell)
  • Minos/ King Zabar (voiced by Keith David)
  • Fatima (voiced by Charity James)
  • Uncouthma (voiced by Tino Insana)
  • Chaos (voiced by Matt Frewer)
  • Saleen (voiced by Julie Brown)
  • Malcho (voiced by Hector Elizondo)
  • Caliph Kapok/ Amok Mon Ra (voiced by Tim Curry)
  • Thundra (voiced by Candi Milo)
  • Queen Daluka (voiced by Tress MacNeille)
  • Ayam Aghoul (voiced by Hamilton Camp)
  • Magma (voiced by Tone Loc)
  • Sootinai/ Merc (voiced by Dorian Harewood)
  • Ajed Al Gebraic (voiced by Jonathan Harris)
  • Nefir Hasenuf (voiced by Rene Auberjonois)
  • Queen Hippsodeth (voiced by Kate Mulgrew)
  • Sultan Pasta Al Dente (voiced by Stuart Pankin)
  • Scara (voiced by Susan Tolsky)
  • Shaman (voiced by Malcolm McDowell)

List of episodes

Season 1 (1994)

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Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
1 1 "Getting the Bugs Out" Toby Shelton Steve Roberts February 6, 1994
2 2 "Mudder's Day" Alan Zaslove Jan Strnad February 13, 1994
3 3 "Fowl Weather" Alan Zaslove & Saburo

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Michael Ryan February 20, 1994
4 4 "The Prophet Motive" Toby Shelton Jan Strnad February 27, 1994
5 5 "Much Abu About Something" Alan Zaslove Bruce Reid Schaefer March 27, 1994
6 6 "My Fair Aladdin" Alan Zaslove Steve Roberts April 3, 1994
7 7 "To Cure a Thief" Rob LaDuca Kevin Campbell & Brian Swenlin April 11, 1994
8 8 "Never Say Nefir" Alan Zaslove Kevin Campbell April 24, 1994
9 9 "Raiders of the Lost Shark" Toby Shelton Robert Schechter May 1, 1994

Season 2 (1994-95)

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Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
10 1 "Air Feather Friends" Toby Shelton Tad Stones & Brian Swenlin September 5, 1994
11 2 "Bad Mood Rising" Rob LaDuca Jan Strnad September 6, 1994
12 3 "Do the Rat Thing" Toby Shelton Doug Langdale & Jan Strnad September 8, 1994
13 4 "The Vapor Chase" Toby Shelton Steve Roberts September 13, 1994
14 5 "Garden of Evil" Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao September 14, 1994
15 6 "Some Enchanted Genie" Toby Shelton Brian Swenlin & Marlowe Weisman September 19, 1994
16 7 "Web of Fear" Bob Hathcock Kevin Campbell & Brian Swenlin September 20, 1994
17 8 "Plunder the Sea" Rob LaDuca & Toby Shelton Steve Roberts September 22, 1994
18 9 "Strike Up the Sand" Alan Zaslove Bill Motz & Bob Roth September 23, 1994
19 10 "Sneeze the Day" Rob LaDuca Bill Motz & Bob Roth September 24, 1994
20 11 "I Never Mechanism I Didn't Like" Rob LaDuca Bill Motz & Bob Roth September 26, 1994
21 12 "Forget Me Lots" Alan Zaslove Michael Ryan September 28, 1994
22 13 "Scare Necessities" Rob LaDuca Mark Saraceni September 29, 1994
23 14 "SandSwitch" Rob LaDuca & Toby Shelton Bill Motz & Bob Roth September 30, 1994
24 15 "Lost and Founded" Bob Hathcock Bill Motz & Bob Roth October 3, 1994
25 16 "Moonlight Madness" Alan Zaslove Mirith J. Colao October 4, 1994
26 17 "The Flawed Couple" Rob LaDuca Bill Motz & Bob Roth October 5, 1994
27 18 "Rain of Terror" Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca Michael Ryan October 6, 1994
28 19 "Dune Quixote" Rob LaDuca Jan Strnad October 7, 1994
29 20 "That Stinking Feeling" Alan Zaslove Bruce Reid Schaefer October 8, 1994
30 21 "The Day the Bird Stood Still" Alan Zaslove Kevin Campbell October 10, 1994
31 22 "Of Ice and Men" Alan Zaslove Bill Motz & Bob Roth October 11, 1994
32 23 "Opposites Distract" Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao (story)

Dev Ross & Michael Ryan

October 12, 1994
33 24 "Caught by the Tale" Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao October 13, 1994
34 25 "Elemental, My Dear Jasmine" Alan Zaslove Mirith J. Colao October 14, 1994
35 26 "Beast or Famine" Bob Hathcock Robert Schechter & Brian Swenlin October 15, 1994
36 27 "Smolder and Wiser" Rob LaDuca Bill Motz & Bob Roth October 17, 1994
37 28 "The Game" Alan Zaslove Richard Stanley October 18, 1994
38 29 "Poor Iago" Alan Zaslove Steve Roberts October 20, 1994
39 30 "The Spice is Right" Alan Zaslove Tom Minton October 22, 1994
40 31 "The Animal Kingdom" Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca Richard Stanley October 24, 1994
41 32 "Power to the Parrot" Rob LaDuca Jan Strnad October 25, 1994
42 33 "The Sands of Fate" Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca Richard Stanley October 27, 1994
43 34 "Hero with a Thousand Feathers" Alan Zaslove Steve Roberts October 29, 1994
44 35 "The Citadel" Alan Zaslove Bill Motz & Bob Roth October 31, 1994
45 36 "Snowman is an Island" Alan Zaslove Dev Ross, Bill Motz & Bob Roth November 2, 1994
46 37 "The Secret of Dagger Rock" Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao November 3, 1994
47 38 "In the Heat of the Fright" Alan Zaslove Mirith J. Colao November 4, 1994
48 39 "Witch Way Did She Go?" Rob LaDuca Bill Motz & Bob Roth November 5, 1994
49 40 "The Seven Faces of Genie" Rob LaDuca Grant Moran (story)

Kevin Campbell & Duane Capizzi

November 7, 1994
50 41 "The Wind Jackals of Mozenrath" Alan Zaslove Bill Motz & Bob Roth November 8, 1994
51 42 "A Clockwork Hero" Tad Stones & Alan Zaslove Kevin Campbell November 9, 1994
52 43 "Mission: Imp Possible" Alan Zaslove Steve Roberts November 10, 1994
53 44 "Stinker Belle" Alan Zaslove Kevin Campbell & Robert Schechter November 11, 1994
54 45 "Sea No Evil" Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca Brian Swenlin November 12, 1994
55 46 "Shadow of a Doubt" Alan Zaslove Mirith J. Colao November 14, 1994
56 47 "Smells Like Trouble" Alan Zaslove Bruce Reid Schaefer & Richard Stanley November 15, 1994
57 48 "The Way We War" Bob Hathcock & Rob LaDuca Bruce Reid Schaefer November 16, 1994
58 49 "Night of the Living Mud" Alan Zaslove Bill Motz & Bob Roth November 17, 1994
59 50 "Egg-stra Protection" Rob LaDuca Brian Swenlin November 18, 1994
60 51 "A Sultan Worth His Salt" Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao November 19, 1994
61 52 "Heads, You Lose" Rob LaDuca Bill Motz & Bob Roth November 21, 1994
62 53 "The Love Bug" Alan Zaslove Kevin Campbell November 22, 1994
63 54 "When Chaos Comes Calling" Rob LaDuca Tad Stones November 23, 1994
64 55 "Genie Hunt" Alan Zaslove Kevin Campbell & Marlowe Weisman November 26, 1994
65 56 "Armored and Dangerous" Rob LaDuca Bill Motz & Bob Roth November 30, 1994
66 57 "The Lost Ones" Tad Stones Kevin Campbell December 3, 1994
67 58 "Eye of the Beholder" Alan Zaslove Bill Motz & Bob Roth December 10, 1994
68 59 "Shark Treatment" Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao January 6, 1995
69 60 "Black Sand" Alan Zaslove Kevin Campbell February 2, 1995
70 61 "Love at First Sprite" Rob LaDuca Bill Motz & Bob Roth February 6, 1995
71 62 "Vocal Hero" Rob LaDuca Jan Strnad February 8, 1995
72 63 "The Lost City of the Sun" Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao February 9, 1995
73 64 "As the Netherworld Turns" Rob LaDuca Kevin Campbell February 13, 1995
74 65 "Seems Like Old Crimes - Part One" Alan Zaslove Bill Motz & Bob Roth February 16, 1995
75 66 "Seems Like Old Crimes - Part Two" Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao February 17, 1995
76 67 "From Hippsodeth, with Love" Alan Zaslove Mirith J. Colao February 20, 1995
77 68 "Destiny on Fire" Rob LaDuca Mirith J. Colao February 27, 1995
78 69 "The Return of Malcho" Alan Zaslove Kevin Campbell February 28, 1995

Season 3 (1995)

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Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
79 1 "The Hunted" Alan Zaslove Thomas Hart

Bill Motz & Bob Roth (story)

September 16, 1995
80 2 "Riders Redux" Jamie Mitchell Richard Stanley September 23, 1995
81 3 "The Book of Khartoum" Alan Zaslove Mark Seidenberg September 30, 1995
82 4 "While the City Snoozes" Alan Zaslove Jan Strnad October 7, 1995
83 5 "Two to Tangle" Alan Zaslove Mark Seidenberg October 21, 1995
84 6 "The Ethereal" Alan Zaslove Brian Swenlin November 4, 1995
85 7 "The Shadow Knows" Alan Zaslove Mark Seidenberg November 18, 1995
86 8 "The Great Rift" Alan Zaslove Mark Seidenberg November 25, 1995
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