Disney's "Aladdin," released in theaters in 1992 and on VHS tape in 1993, won critical acclaim and huge financial success as among the most beloved of Disney's modern classics. Set in an unnamed Arab nation in days long past, the family-friendly film is one of love and the consequences of wishing to be someone you're not. The title character finds a magic lamp, granting him access to an ancient genie and three wishes. Wanting more than anything else to win the heart of a beautiful young princess and daughter of the ruling sultan, Aladdin seeks to maintain the ruse that he is, in fact, a prince, while falling head-over-heels in love in the process.
- Jeff Bennett, Corey Burton, Cam Clarke
- Masakazu Higuchi, Chinami Namba