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Though directors Ron Clements and John Musker enjoyed the idea, executive producer, Jeffrey Katzenberg did not, feeling the romantic relationship between a meek Aladdin and the beautiful Princess Jasmine would come off as unrealistic, as Jasmine wouldn't find herself physically attracted to that portrayal of Aladdin.
Katzenberg saw the early versions of Aladdin to be along the lines of Michael J. Fox , but should instead be along the lines of a Tom Cruise , in terms of appearance.
Glen Keane rectified the issue, making Aladdin a tad more muscular, with broader shoulders, and more defined features.
However, to keep in touch with the original concept, Keane, Musker, and Clements worked to retain a sense of youth and innocence to Aladdin through his facial design and character portrayal, prominent during the film's more comedic scenes.
An integral part of Aladdin's story during the early stages of the film was the role of his mother. Initially, Aladdin was not an orphan, but instead, a young boy living alongside his single mother in the lowest part of Agrabah.
Throughout the story, Aladdin's quest to find something greater than himself, and prove his worth, was driven by a desire to make his mother proud, famously vocalized through the deleted song " Proud of Your Boy ", written by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken.
When the film underwent a rewrite, from start to finish, writers and consultants, Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio suggested the mother and concept surrounding her to be scrapped from the film, which the filmmakers agreed to, having discussed the deletion beforehand.
Despite his upbringing, at the start of the film, Aladdin was a generally optimistic, fun-loving, and charming character.
Though he was forced to steal for survival, he showed joy in escaping the brutish guards, alongside his sidekick Abu, and showed an attempt to find enjoyment in the struggles of his day-to-day life.
Nevertheless, though he did not mind stealing from the marketplace denizens, albeit forcibly so, Aladdin was, in no way, a selfish character.
Not only were the thefts for survival, as mentioned before, but Aladdin was also never above sacrificing his food for the less fortunate of Agrabah, such as starving children.
This is an example of Aladdin's selflessness, which was showcased several times throughout the film, specifically for the sake of Jasmine, and most notably, during the finale, Genie.
This trait was also carried over to the further stories of the franchise, such as The Return to Jafar , where the street rat is shown to commonly rob lairs of thieves, and donate the stolen jewels and riches to Agrabah's less fortunate citizens.
While harboring a modest amount of physical prowess, Aladdin's true strength lies within his intelligence and wit. He utilizes these aspects to best his enemies, and such practices have proven effective in various situations throughout the franchise.
He is a quick-thinker, with the ability to formulate a scheme usually varying in scale, making him rather versatile that ends in his favor.
Aladdin also takes advantage of his societal stereotype to further his schemes, as most wouldn't expect a meager street urchin to have the intellect to outwit others.
Although generally cheery and fun-loving in nature, Aladdin was also shown to be insecure throughout the events of the original film. Being a street rat, Aladdin normally faced discrimination in the city of Agrabah and was seen as a worthless member of society.
This cruelty eventually led Aladdin to believe such claims; he saw himself as unworthy of Princess Jasmine's affections, believing she deserved someone of higher class and, by extension, someone who can provide for her.
These insecurities would prompt Aladdin to perform negative acts such as compulsively lying, going back on promises, and hiding his true self under the guise of "Prince Ali".
Once the climax of the original film arrives, however, Aladdin is stripped of his aid including magic and the help of his allies forcing him to act on his own in order to save the city.
He does so by putting his wit to use and successfully ends the battle victorious. Following these events, Aladdin became more accepting of his status, refusing to continue living a lie, and embracing who he is as a person.
As seen throughout episodes of the television series, however, Aladdin's insecurities haven't diminished completely. Although more accepting of his status as a "street rat", Aladdin remained somewhat self-conscious when given important tasks to complete, as seen in the episode " Mudder's Day ", where the Sultan was confident enough to place Aladdin in charge of an expedition, though the latter would continuously doubt his own leadership out of anxiousness.
In " My Fair Aladdin ", Aladdin made an attempt to reform his image to better conform with Jasmine's dinner guests, consisting of haughty, high-classed royalty.
This would only result in his downfall as the most important person in his life, Jasmine, was unamused by Aladdin's attempts in concealing his true nature.
In spite of this, Aladdin's allies, and more specifically Jasmine, would continuously provide support and a catalyst that would aid Aladdin in regaining his confidence.
Animated and designed by Glen Keane, Aladdin is a traditionally handsome, slender, slightly muscular young man with broad shoulders, black, messy hair, thick matching eyebrows, and brown eyes.
As a street rat, his clothing is, unsurprisingly, rather limited. He is barefoot, donning a purple, sleeveless vest, red fez, and baggy, cream pants with a single patch covering a hole within them.
As Prince Ali, however, Aladdin's attire is lavish to coincide with his princely facade. The colors resemble the primary colors of Jasmine's father, the Sultan, consisting mostly of cream, gold, white, and purple.
The outfit's appearance, itself, also resembles the Sultan's, consisting of a large turban with what appears to resemble neck shade coming down on opposite sides complete with a ruby gem and bluish, deep purple feather, cream undergarments, and a matching top, with a cape flowing down, just below his calves.
The outfit is finished with golden brown shoes, with swirled tips. His turban also conceals the Genie's lamp beneath his head.
In Return of Jafar , he wears this outfit before encountering Iago and being attacked by Abis Mal and his group. At the end of the first film, Aladdin wears a purple openly short Arabian coat with a white shoulder armor on both sides of his short coat with gold trim, at the back of his short coat, it resembles a long purple cape, cream pants with a red and brown fez around his waist and the golden-brown shoes from his disguised Prince Ali outfit.
He also wears the same hat from his primary outfit but it was purple and gold striped. In Aladdin and the King of Thieves , Aladdin now wears a different outfit as opposed to the previous two films.
In its initial appearance before their wedding was interrupted by his father Cassim and at the end of the film where he marries Jasmine and went to their honeymoon by riding a magic carpet, Aladdin wears an outfit similar to his disguised form as Prince Ali as he wears a very long cream openly Arabian royal jacket with a large sailor collar, underneath is a yellow sleeveless tunic with brown trim and a white long-sleeved undershirt, cream pants, and brown shoes with swirled tips.
His turban has a different design with brown linings and the feather is yellow with a purple gem in the center. Later when he confronts his father Cassim and being tested by him to face Sa'Luk , Aladdin wears black undergarments with a matching sleeveless top with a red obi around his waist and a medium blue long-sleeved shirt.
He also adorned with a blue cloak that can cover his head and face and a gold emblem on the left side.
This outfit is also his father's primary outfit. His main outfit throughout the movie and his crossover appearance in Hercules: The Series , Aladdin wears a purple sleeveless garb with gold trim, a white long sleeve undershirt with dark brown folded sleeves, light blue pants with a red sash and dark brown shoes with swirled tips.
When he meets his father Cassim for the first time, his main outfit is covered with a cream cloak and a gray turban on his head.
He later rips the right long sleeve into the shorter sleeve from his main outfit to cover the Hand of Midas. In the deserts outside Agrabah , Jafar —the Sultan 's royal vizier—seeks access to the mysterious Cave of Wonders to accomplish a nefarious scheme.
He sends a shady thief to carry out this bidding, but the cave's guardian warns them that only the "diamond and the rough" may enter the cave.
Jafar sends his lackey within, nevertheless, and the thief is buried alive for his attempts. With no other choice, Jafar is forced to utilize his resources to uncover the individual capable of entering the cave: Aladdin.
When Aladdin first appears, he has stolen a loaf of bread but after outwitting and escaping the royal guards with the help from Abu , the two generously hand their earned food to two young orphans.
Later, Aladdin spots other citizens watching a snooty prince heading for the castle as a suitor for the beautiful Princess Jasmine and defends the orphans as they are nearly whipped for running in front of his horse.
Aladdin is kicked into the mud and insulted by the prince, whom he insults back as well. Discouraged, Aladdin and Abu head for home as night falls.
All the same, Aladdin keeps the faith that he will someday be rich and live in a palace. The next morning Aladdin and Abu are having breakfast when he spots a beautiful girl whom he is instantly smitten with.
The girl has just given an apple to a young boy and the peddler spots this and threatens to chop her arm off if she refuses to pay. Aladdin rescues the girl claiming that she is his sister and "a little crazy".
She plays along and the two escape right on time. As Aladdin leads the girl to his home, they both start to display feelings for each other.
Once they reach Aladdin's home, he and the girl become more comfortable with each over, even revealing their true desires in life.
When Aladdin tries asking the girl where she is from, she reveals that she ran away because her father is forcing her to get married, surprising Aladdin.
He then tries to cheer her up, which works so well that the two nearly kiss. Unfortunately, the guards burst in to arrest Aladdin; he and the girl attempt to escape, but Aladdin runs into the lead guard, Captain Razoul , who captures him.
The girl reveals herself to be Princess Jasmine and demands Aladdin's freedom. Razoul apologizes and explains he is doing his job under the orders of Jafar, not Jasmine's father, the Sultan of Agrabah, so Jasmine will have to speak to him to gain Aladdin's release, before taking Aladdin away while Jasmine returns to the palace to furiously confront Jafar on the matter.
In the dungeon, Aladdin laments how foolish he feels for revealing so much about himself to a princess. Abu arrives and frees Aladdin of his chains, though he also berates Aladdin for letting his guard down for Jasmine, but, Aladdin doesn't care since the law says that she has to be married to a prince.
Suddenly, the two meet an old beggar who is actually Jafar in disguise that informs Aladdin of the Cave of Wonders , claiming they will be greatly rewarded for retrieving the legendary magic lamp for him.
Though hesitant, Aladdin agrees, hoping the riches will impress Jasmine. At the cave's entrance, Aladdin and Abu are warned by the guardian not to touch anything but the lamp.
Inside the cave, the two meet a magic flying carpet who leads them to the lamp. Just as Aladdin retrieves the lamp, Abu, overcome with greed, seizes one of the forbidden treasures, causing the cave to shake violently since Abu had violated the guardian's warning, infuriating it.
Aladdin and Abu hop on the Magic Carpet and try to make their escape, but Carpet is pinned by a falling boulder, leaving Aladdin to dangle from a ledge in front of the exit.
He tries to escape but needs help from the beggar, who demands the lamp first. After handing the lamp to him, the beggar nearly kills Aladdin, only to be stopped when Abu bites him, causing him to drop Aladdin.
The cave then dissolves, trapping Abu, Aladdin, and Carpet inside. Inside, Abu reveals he has stolen the lamp back.
Aladdin rubs the lamp and unleashes an all-powerful, chaotic Genie , who introduces himself as a friend unlike any other.
Genie tells Aladdin that he can grant three wishes, with the exceptions of killing, making love, and bringing back the dead.
Aladdin tricks the Genie into having them escape the cave without using up one of his three wishes. They rest at an oasis and Aladdin takes the time to think of what to wish for.
He asks the Genie what he wishes for, to which the Genie tells Aladdin his dreams of freedom. Aladdin promises to use his third wish to free the Genie.
For his first wish, he wishes to become a prince to win the heart of Jasmine, whom he has met earlier. As part of the wish, the Genie creates an entourage of servants, swordsmen, dancers, etc.
All the while, Aladdin was about to change from a once poor street rat into a cultured, sophisticated man about town.
After a flashy parade in the streets of Agrabah approaching the palace while riding Abu, Aladdin meets the Sultan and Jafar. During a discussion of winning her heart, Jasmine overhears their plot and instantly berates the three for treating her like a prize.
That night, a crestfallen Aladdin contemplates on how to earn Jasmine's love, ignoring Genie's advice, to tell the truth, out of insecurity. Aladdin flies up to the balcony as Ali and calls to Jasmine.
She initially refuses to see Ali but finds him familiar upon closer inspection. Ali debunks the suspicion and tries to change the subject by complimenting the princess, only to find himself insulting her instead.
Realizing he's been treating Jasmine as a prize, Aladdin apologizes and takes his leave on Carpet, though the appearance of the sentient rug captures Jasmine's attention and curiosity.
Ali introduces Jasmine to his companion and humbly offers her a ride as a chance to get out of the palace and see the world.
Starting to see pass his facade and realizing he may be the boy she met in the marketplace, Jasmine accepts, and the two embark on a magic carpet ride around the world.
They eventually stop to rest and watch fireworks in China, and during which, Jasmine exposes Aladdin as the boy from the market, having noticed the same mannerisms between Aladdin and Prince Ali.
Aladdin desperately lies by claiming that he sometimes dresses as a commoner to escape the pressures of palace life, though he truly is a prince.
Relating to the notion, Jasmine forgives Ali and their night continues. After Aladdin escorts Jasmine back to the palace, they share their first kiss, proclaiming their love.
An exuberant Aladdin celebrates as he and Carpet return to the palace gardens, where he is ambushed and kidnapped by Jafar and the guards.
He is shackled to a ball and chain by the legs and thrown from a cliff into the sea, where he is left to drown. As he passes out, Aladdin's hand rubs the lamp, releasing the Genie, who uses Aladdin's second wish to free him from his binds and carry him to the surface.
Touched by Genie's act, the two warmly embrace before returning to the palace to reveal Jafar's evil ways to Jasmine and the Sultan.
The latter doesn't seem to believe Aladdin's accusations, but the street rat notices peculiar lighting from Jafar's snake staff and destroys it.
As it turns out, Jafar had been using the staff to control the Sultan, confirming his treachery and having him warranted for arrest, though he escapes.
As Aladdin and Jasmine comfort one another, the Sultan realizes the two have fallen in love, with Jasmine confirming that she has chosen Ali as her suitor.
The Sultan declares that the two will be wed at once, and appoints Ali as the heir to his throne. Though initially excited, Aladdin quickly finds himself struck with extreme guilt, feeling unworthy of such an honour, as well as Jasmine's love, due to his lies.
The next day, Aladdin is notably downhearted. The Genie happily appears from the lamp and congratulates Aladdin on winning the heart of the princess, expecting Aladdin to wish for his freedom.
Aladdin explains that the Sultan wishes to dub him as the heir to the throne, though he feels unworthy of such an honour due to the fact that he's been living a lie.
He also expresses ill confidence in being able to maintain the facade without Genie's assistance, ultimately confessing that he won't be able to wish the latter free.
Genie, feeling betrayed, retires to his lamp in a huff. Aladdin angrily berates Genie's lack of support, but soon comes to his senses and realizes how selfish he's been acting after unintentionally taking his anger at Genie out on Abu and Carpet, who had been watching the argument.
After a moment of thought, he decides to tell Jasmine the truth but is lured away from Genie's lamp by Iago, imitating Jasmine's voice.
During his absence, Iago steals the lamp. Aladdin manages to find Jasmine near the main gate and tries to reveal the truth, but is interrupted and thrown in front of a crowd of joyous subjects who have gathered to celebrate his engagement to Jasmine.
Iago sees yellow eyes and runs away. The parrot goes to Aladdin's hovel to tell everyone that he saw something and that it took Abu. While everyone goes on a search for the monkey, something swoops down.
Genie then makes a plan for everyone to split into groups of two. Everyone later sees that Carpet disappeared. When they hear a hissing sound, they all run away.
The thing then captures Iago. Aladdin , Jasmine , and Genie get on the roof and start running. The thing captures Jasmine and Aladdin and Genie get back on the ground.
Genie takes Aladdin inside a building. The jinn then handcuffs himself and Aladdin, but the thing still manages to capture the street rat.
Genie then runs into the Mukhtar. The Mukhtar tells Genie that he needs his help and he shows him that his friends are inside a medallion.
He tells Genie that he'll destroy his friends if he doesn't help him. Mamluks enter the building and attack. After defeating the mamluks, the Mukhtar tells Genie that Mozenrath has been hunting him for many months because of the fact that he can sense magic.
The palace serves as a major setting in all Aladdin films, as well as the TV series. In Aladdin , Jasmine considers the palace to be something of a prison, as she at first tires of her life as a princess.
Meanwhile, Aladdin dreams of living there. Later in the film, Jafar has the Genie move the palace to a nearby mountain overlooking the city as he wanted to " rule on high " , though it is restored to its original location at the end of the film.
In The Return of Jafar and the Aladdin series, it shows that Aladdin does not live in the palace, but he regularly visits it. In Aladdin and the King of Thieves , a pavilion behind the palace serves as the site of Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding.
Shake It! Dance and Play It! Genie gives him advice, and they head off to the wedding. At the wedding he and Jasmine are about to kiss, until the king of thieves come in with an elephant stampede to ruin the wedding.
Aladdin's friends fights the thieves, and the thieves retreat. Aladdin finds out that he was fighting the king of thieves, and shows to his friends what they were after.
Aladdin finds out that the king of thieves is his long lost biological father. Aladdin shock by the news tries to figure why his father abandon him as a child.
So he along with Iago, Abu, and carpet set off to find the forty thieves. They find the forty thieves, and Aladdin reveals himself to his father.
Aladdin is then put to the test for his skills to be proven by his father. Aladdin battles Sa'Luk, and lives from the battle. Aladdin joins the group, but doesn't care about it.
Aladdin asks his father why he abandon him, and his father tells him that he wanted to share his mother's life. Aladdin introduces Genie to his father, and shows the palace to his father.
Aladdin then breaks Iago and Cassim out of jail. Aladdin is asked to leave his home, but doesn't accept the offer. He then goes back to Agrabah, and is faced with the consequences.
Aladdin knew what he had to do, and is forgiven by the sultan. Aladdin is still mad about his father's ways of a thief.
Aladdin then decides to return to his father's aid, and he free Cassim from Sa'Luk. Aladdin decides not to be stubborn like his father, so he follows the forty thieves to the location of the hand of Midas.
Aladdin is reunited with his father, and they hurry inside to get the hand of Midas. Aladdin gets the hand of Midas, and tosses it to Cassim. Sa'Luk threatens to kill Aladdin, but Sa'Luk is turn to gold by the hand of Midas.
Aladdin ties the hand of Midas in bandages then he hurries outside with his father. Aladdin sees that Cassim's real treasure is him, and Cassim throw the hand of Midas in the ocean.
Aladdin and everyone return to the palace, and everyone is happy for the wedding. Aladdin and Jasmine finally get marry, then they see Cassim with Iago depart for a new adventure.
Aladdin with Jasmine wave goodbye, and leave for their honeymoon. In this crossover of both the Hercules TV series and the Aladdin TV series, Aladdin and his friends appear in one episode to help Hercules defeat Jafar and Hades.
At first, he and Hercules fight against each other, but then become friends. They decide to find Abu and Icarus, who are capture by Jafar and Hades.
Aladdin and Hercules defeat Jafar, and Hades retreats from them. Aladdin is happy to be reunited with Abu.
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