Add time. However, according to the commentary track on the 2004 DVD, while Musker and Clements did admit Scott Weinger ad-libbed during the scene, they claimed "we did not record that, we would not record that," and said the line was "Good tiger, take off and go..." and the word "tiger" is overlapped by Rajah's snarl. [106] The number has been described in reviews as "simultaneously glamorizing and barbarizing the Arab world. It's so sweet. In both films, Genie asks Aladdin to be himself. [31] Animator Randy Cartwright described working on the Magic Carpet as challenging, since it is only a rectangular shape, that expresses itself through pantomime—"It's sort of like acting by origami". When it happened, I said, 'You know I don't do that.' The animators based their designs on the work of caricaturist Al Hirschfeld, and computers were used for both finishing the artwork and creating some animated elements. Nel 1992 Aladdin si ritrovava rinchiuso nelle prigioni di Agrabah per un furto, qui incontrava Jafar travestito da un vecchio che lo avrebbe aiutato ad uscire. "[90], Aladdin also received many award nominations, mostly for its music. [124] Production had originally been scheduled to begin in July, but was delayed due to Disney having trouble finding the right people to play Aladdin and Jasmine. [23] Another major theme was avoiding an attempt to be what the person is not—both Aladdin and Jasmine get into trouble pretending to be different people,[9] and the Prince Ali persona fails to impress Jasmine, who only falls for Aladdin when she finds out who he truly is. Ashman and Menken were later recruited to compose songs for Beauty and the Beast. [55], Outside of North America, the film grossed $200 million in 1993,[56] and $250 million by January 1994. He uses his first wish to become a prince to woo Jasmine and promises to use his third wish to free the Genie from servitude. Wastannyané wantah Aladdin sané kayun tresna sareng Putri saking Raja sané ngamong ring Agrabah mawasta Jasmine. [9] Iago's supervising animator Will Finn tried to incorporate some aspects of Gottfried's appearance into Iago's design, especially his semi-closed eyes and the always-appearing teeth. Now bound to his new lamp, Jafar ends up trapped inside it, taking Iago with him. [31] It was estimated that Williams improvised 52 characters. [91] James Berardinelli gave it 3.5 out of 4 stars, praising the "crisp visuals and wonderful song-and-dance numbers. Ver más ideas sobre disney, princesas disney, peliculas de disney. These similarities include a similar plot, similar characters, scenes and background designs, and the antagonist Zig-Zag's resemblance in character design and mannerisms to Genie and Jafar. 1:20. The new version of Aladdin had a few things to get right to remain relevant to today’s audience. The mom's a zero. [17][18] Then, directors Ron Clements and John Musker joined the production, picking Aladdin out of three projects offered, which also included an adaptation of Swan Lake and King of the Jungle—that eventually became The Lion King. [16] Linda Woolverton, who had also worked on Beauty and the Beast, used their treatment and developed a draft with inspired elements from The Thief of Bagdad such as a villain named Jaf'far, an aged sidekick retired human thief named Abu, and a human handmaiden for the princess. "[45] The DVD Special Edition released in 2004 includes four songs in early animation tests, and a music video of one, "Proud of Your Boy", performed by Clay Aiken,[46] which also appears on the album Disneymania 3. The subsequent line however, "It's barbaric, but hey, it's home," was left intact. When Jeffrey Katzenberg was replaced by Joe Roth as Walt Disney Studios chairman, Roth organized a public apology to Williams. He uses his first two wishes to become Sultan and the world's most powerful sorcerer. [105] The rerecording has the original voice on all other lines and then a noticeably deeper voice says the edited line. "[95], Some aspects of the film were widely criticized. [52] It took eight weeks for the film to reach number one at the US box office, breaking the record for the week between Christmas and New Year's Eve with $32.2 million. The filmmakers thought the moral message of the original tale was inappropriate, and decided to "put a spin on it" by making the fulfillment of wishes seem like a great solution, but eventually becoming a problem. [23] The animators filmed monkeys at the San Francisco Zoo to study their movements for Abu's character. [12], In gratitude for his success with Touchstone Pictures' Good Morning, Vietnam, Robin Williams voiced the Genie for SAG scale pay—$75,000—instead of his asking fee of $8 million, on condition that his name or image not be used for marketing, and his (supporting) character not take more than 25% of space on advertising artwork, since Williams's film Toys was scheduled for release one month after Aladdin's debut. Williams came for voice recording sessions during breaks in the shooting of two other films he was starring in at the time, Hook and Toys. Aladdin is essentially two love stories in one, Aladdin and Jasmine get the riding off into the sunset / final kiss image but Aladdin and the Genie's love story is the emotional climax. The film is the 31st Disney animated feature film and was the fourth produced during the Disney Renaissance. [23] Cartwright kept folding a piece of cloth while animating to see how to position the Carpet. List of Songs. Since Aladdin's animator Glen Keane was working in the California branch of Walt Disney Feature Animation, and Jasmine's animator Mark Henn was in the Florida one at Disney-MGM Studios, they had to frequently phone, fax or send designs and discs to each other. [114][115][116][117] Entertainment writer Scott Meslow wrote that compared with the character of Aladdin, "Williams's Genie is the character audiences responded to, and—more importantly to Disney—its most marketable character by far", which he concludes led to the "celebrification" of later animated films such as Shark Tale (2004) and Puss in Boots (2011). Aladdin was also the last film by Disney to be entirely based on a fairytale or folklore until the release of Tangled (based on Rapunzel) in 2010, 17 years later. It was intended to serve as a lead to the live-action Aladdin film. The Forgotten Syrian Storyteller', "As Genie, mom helped grant son's wish for 'Aladdin' role", "How Celebrities Took Over Cartoon Voice Acting", "Jonathan Freeman returns as Jafar in new stage musical version of Disney's "Aladdin, "What Would Walt Say? Aladdin Movie (1992) Teaser Trailer. [19] Before Ashman's death in March 1991, Ashman and Menken had composed "Prince Ali" and his last song, "Humiliate the Boy". [13] Along with partner Alan Menken, Ashman conceived several songs and added Aladdin's friends named Babkak, Omar, and Kasim to the story. After being told to touch nothing but the lamp, Aladdin finds a magic carpet inside and obtains the lamp. The DVD release featured retouched and cleaned-up animation, prepared for Aladdin's planned but ultimately cancelled IMAX reissue in 2003,[73] and a second disc with bonus features. The film's home video VHS release also set a sales record and grossed about $500 million in the United States. The Belgian edition (released without advertisements, commercials or any kind of fanfare) comes as a single-disc version with its extras ported over from the Platinum Edition DVD. La scena della caverna è una delle differenze più importanti tra cartone e film. Aladdin tricks the Genie into freeing them all from the cave without using a wish. And they [Disney] apologized; they said it was done by other people. Aladdin (1992) (Trailers) Movie Trailer Sound Effects Used. Trapped, Aladdin rubs the lamp and meets the Genie who lives inside it. Ashman had written a 40-page film treatment remaining faithful to the plot and characters of the original story, but envisioned as a campy 1930s-style musical with a Cab Calloway/Fats Waller-like Genie. [118] On November 8, Disney revealed it had originally planned to use Robin Williams's unused lines from the 1991–92 recording sessions for the film, but his will prohibited the studio from using his likeness for 25 years after his 2014 death. Disney's Aladdin was an animated classic that, in spite of its recent remake, continues to reign as the definitive version of the tale.Next to Beauty and the Beast, it's one of the finest examples of the classic Disney fairytale formula.With its memorable characters, signature style, unforgettable lines, and marvelous music by Alan Menken, it's definitely a jewel in Disney's crown. Aladdin (1992) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. [9] Andreas Deja, Jafar's supervising animator, tried to incorporate Jonathan Freeman's facial expressions and gesturing into the character. At Iago's suggestion, Jafar plots to become Sultan by marrying Jasmine. Add time. For the Disney franchise, see, 1992 American animated musical fantasy film by Walt Disney Feature Animation, "In early screenings, we played with him being a little bit younger, and he had a mother in the story. [67] A THX-certified widescreen LaserDisc was issued on September 21, 1994,[68][69][better source needed] and a Spanish-dubbed VHS for the American market was released on April 14, 1995. For the role of Aladdin, British actors Riz Ahmed and Dev Patel were initially considered, but it was later decided that a newcomer should be cast in the role. Aladdin is a 1992 American animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures. مشاهدة فيلم الكرتون الرائع علاء الدين Aladdin 1992 مدبلج للهجة المصرية جودة 1080p BluRay تحميل و مشاهدة او نلاين. فيلم Aladdin 1992 مترجم اون لاين. As a means of apologizing, Aladdin takes Jasmine on a ride on the magic carpet. القصة : When a street urchin vies for the love of a beautiful princess, he uses a genie's magic power to make himself off as a prince in order to marry her. [121] In April 2017, Will Smith entered talks to play the Genie. British actress Naomi Scott and Indian actress Tara Sutaria were being considered to play Jasmine. One of the hardest jobs that the new Aladdin had to accomplish was making the Genie work.Robin Williams' version of the character from 1992 wasn't just great, it was iconic. 28. That Aladdin was a fantastical imagining of a land far away from the United States, but conjured by a bunch of white dudes was the first sign of trouble. [50] After a limited release on November 13, 1992,[51] Aladdin debuted in 1,131 theaters on November 25, 1992, grossing $19.2 million in its opening weekend—number two at the box office, behind Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Thomas, Bob: "Chapter 9: A New Tradition", pages 133–135. [116], On July 15, 2015, the studio announced the development of a live-action comedy adventure prequel called Genies. Aladdin (1992) Soundtrack 25 Nov 1992. [87] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film a rare "A+" grade. The musical score was written by Alan Menken and features six songs with lyrics written by both Ashman and Sir Tim Rice, who took over after Ashman's death. Aladdin is an American animated television series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation that aired from February 6, 1994 to November 25, 1995, concluding exactly three years to the day from the release of the original 1992 Disney film of the same name on which it was based. Ed Gonzalez of Slant Magazine wrote a negative review, describing the film as racist, ridiculous, and a "narcissistic circus act" from Robin Williams. 1992. Realizing Aladdin and Jasmine's love, the Sultan changes the law to allow Jasmine to marry whom she chooses. [21] Among the changes Katzenberg requested from Clements and Musker were to not be dependent on Ashman's vision,[14] and the removal of Aladdin's mother, remarking, "Eighty-six the mother. It's barbaric, but hey, it's home. I say this as someone who has had a complicated relationship with the 1992 Aladdin… [122] The following month, Jade Thirlwall entered talks to portray the role of Jasmine. The third—after The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast—and final Disney film score the duo would work on, Alan Menken and Howard Ashman began writing the Academy Award-winning score together, with Tim Rice taking over as lyricist after Ashman died of AIDS-related complications part way through the production of Aladdin in early 1991. [13] As with Woolverton's screenplay, several characters and plot elements were based on the 1940 version of The Thief of Bagdad,[27][28] though the location of the film was changed from Baghdad to the fictional Arabian city of Agrabah. During production, it was decided that the design was too boyish and wasn't "appealing enough," so the character was made eighteen and redesigned to add elements derived from actor Tom Cruise and Calvin Klein models. Aladdin gives the lamp to Jafar, who throws him and Abu back into the cave, though not before Abu steals the lamp back.

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