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Disney's Aladdin is a fantastic spin-off to the equally great 1992 film Aladdin. The series takes place after the sequel to Aladdin, The Return of Jafar, Iago is Aladdin's friend, though he can be rude, and Jasmine and Aladdin have yet to be wed.
Aladdin follows Aladdin as he saves Agrabah (and sometimes the world) from evil forces, such as the money-obsessed nitwit, Abis Mal and his clever assistant, Haroud, the magic-powered cat-like woman with power over dreams, illusions, and more, Mirage, the money-and-power-obsessed sorcerer and ruler of the Black Sand, Mozenwrath, the perfectionist who specializes in committing crimes using machines, Mechanicles, and more, with the help of his friends Genie, the genie with semi-phenomenal, nearly-cosmic powers who can perform magic, the greedy parrot, Iago, the thieving Abu, and his love, Jasmine. Although the series centers around Aladdin, there are occasional times in which Aladdin is not the hero, or even episodes in which Aladdin makes no appearance whatsoever.
Aladdin premiered in 1994 in the Disney Afternoon block, and aired there until 1995. The series featured all of the original cast members from the 1992 feature, with the exception of Robin Williams, who played Genie in the movie (he was replaced by Dan Castellaneta). This series ran for 86 episodes. Not many Disney series have accomplished this, as there is a Disney rule that makes every series be canceled at 65 episodes. However, various series have surpassed this rule besides Aladdin. Some include That’s So Raven (98), Darkwing Duck (91), DuckTales (100), and Goof Troop (79).
While many series were removed from Toon Disney (where it’s aired for the past eight years) when the JETIX block was added, this series stayed, and still airs in its Princess Power Hour block, along with The Little Mermaid. While most episodes try to center around Jasmine (who is the reason the series is in that block), there have been occasions where Jasmine won’t appear at all, or have a minor part.
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