Aladdin: The Return of Jafar

Synopsis: Aladdin is adjusting to his new life as part of the upper crust. He and Princess Jasmine may not be married yet, but the pressures of palace society have already begun. On top of that, Iago (the parrot pet of Sultan's ex-vizir turned genie, Jafar) appears asking for help and no one is happy to see him. But things begin to look up when Genie returns from his trip around the world. Meanwhile, Jafar's black lamp is discovered by an idiot crook called Abis Mal. By using Abis Mal, Jafar makes his way back to Agrabah with ideas of payback for Aladdin and his friends.
Production: Buena Vista Pictures
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.9
Rotten Tomatoes:
33%
G
Year:
1994
69 min
339 Views

["Arabian Nights" playing]

# Follow me to a place

where incredible feats #

# Are routine

every hour or so #

# Where enchantment

runs rampant #

# Yes, wild in the streets #

# Open sesame, here we go! #

# Arabian nights #

# Like Arabian days #

# They tease and excite #

# Take off and take flight #

# They shock and amaze #

# Arabian nights #

# Like Arabian days #

# More often than not

are hotter than hot #

# In a lot of good ways #

[Neighs]

# Pack your shield,

pack your sword #

# You won't ever get bored #

# Though get beaten

or gored you might #

# Come on down, stop on by #

# Hop a carpet and fly #

# To another Arabian night #

# Arabian night #

[Neighing]

[Jingling]

This night

has been quite rewarding,

Ha ha ha!

We have never stolen so much,

We have gathered

much loot tonight,

No thanks to our leader,

[Grunting]

Aah! Oof!

[Crash]

Well, it only looked expensive.

[Creak]

Is this a haul or what,

my surly band of desert skunks?

Grr! How is it you get

the jeweled flower, Abis Mal?

Why, this is my bonus

for being your beloved leader,

This and that and that

are my beloved leader bonus,

And what is our reward?

ALL:
Hmm?

Here you go, Good work, boys,

Very successful raid,

ALL:
Grr!

[Gasps]

-The chest!

-lt moves!

-It cannot be!

-What is holding it up?

Aah! Ghosts!

Eek! Hello,

You stupid monkey!

ALADDIN:

Put him down, Abis Mal!

[Grunting]

[Screeching]

Who are you?

My friends call me Al,

You can call me Aladdin,

Gaah! Hurt him!

[Yelling]

-What?

-Where did he go?

-There!

-He has our loot!

ABIS MAL:

Don't let him get away!

-He must not escape!

-Stop him!

[Neighs]

Unh! Unh!

-Why, you--

-Hey!

Aah! Unh!

[Grunts]

[Shouting]

He's getting away!

ALL:
Aah!

There he is!

-We've got him now!

-Ha ha!

[Abu screeching]

[Shouts]

A flying carpet?

He's got a flying carpet!

Nice catch, Carpet,

[Ping]

[Screech]

-Hey!

-Pbblltt!

ALADDlN:
Pardon me!

Aaah!

Yeah!

[Gasps]

Come back here! Yaah!

[Screech]

Th-that's mine! Whoa!

Oof!

[Cracking]

[Crash]

[Clang]

Next stop, Agrabah,

-Shut the door!

-He's escaping!

[Whoosh]

Ha!

[Wind blowing]

Ptoo! [Coughing]

Finally! Ooh! Aah! Ohh!

This is terrific! Unh!

[Clanking]

Ohh! I got sand in places

I didn't even know I had,

JAFAR:

Spare me your prattling, Iago!

Are we out yet?

"Are we out yet?

Are we out yet?"

Yes, we're out!

No thanks to you,

If it Weren't for me,,,

you'd be stuck

down there forever, Oof!

JAFAR:
Iago!

You will now release me...

so that I may have my revenge.

Yeah, yeah,

when I'm good and ready,

Do as I say,

you worthless pipsqueak!

You know something?

You're nothing without me,

What?!

Who comes up

with all the good ideas? Me!

Who does all the work? Me!

If it weren't for me...

you still be in a cage

at the bazaar...

squawking,

"Polly want a cracker!"

# That's it, I've had it #

# I hate to be dramatic #

# But it's time for me

to fly the coop #

# Terrific, fine #

# I'm drawing the line #

# Before I wind up

in a parrot soup #

# I was a fool to let you

run the show #

# I'm cuttin ' you loose, pal #

# Look out below #

# Arrividerci,

C 'est la vie #

# Hope all goes well #

# I'm lookin ' out for me #

IAGO :
Agrabah...

just a juicy golden goose

ready for plucking,,,

and I'm the one

holdin' the tweezers!

I'll be runnin' this town

inside a Week!

What's your problem,

liver lips?

You don't think I can do it?!

# OK, I'm little #

# Been playin' second fiddle #

# And I don't get no respect #

# I turn the other cheek #

# But this busted beak #

# Is the only thanks

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Duane Capizzi

Duane Capizzi is an American writer and television producer. He is known for his extensive work in animated series for television, including the Emmy Award-winning Transformers: Prime for which he was Co-Executive Producer and Head Writer, and co-developed its follow-up Transformers: Robots in Disguise. For Warner Bros Animation, he was writer/producer of the animated series The Batman as well as its spin-off feature, The Batman vs. Dracula. He wrote the first DC Universe animated feature, Superman: Doomsday (based on The Death of Superman saga, and directed by Bruce Timm). Other animated series producing/writing credits include Jackie Chan Adventures, Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot, Men in Black: The Series, and series development on the CG animated Roughnecks: The Starship Troopers Chronicles for Sony Pictures Television. He was Writer and Story Editor for both animated spin-offs of Jim Carrey movies, Ace Ventura Pet Detective and The Mask. He also wrote and story-edited for several 'Disney Afternoon' TV series including Darkwing Duck, Aladdin, TaleSpin, and Bonkers. He began his career in animation writing scripts for Robotech II: The Sentinels for Harmony Gold.The series was never produced, but led to writing and story-editing on ALF: The Animated Series. more…

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