Aladdin and the King of Thieves

Synopsis: At long last, Aladdin is about to marry the Princess Jasmine. Despite the presence and encouragement of his friends Genie, Carpet, and Abu, he is fearful and anxious. He is most worried as to what kind of father he will be, having never known his own. But when the 40 Thieves disrupt the wedding trying to steal a magical oracular talisman, Aladdin is drawn into a dangerous quest to stop the thieves...and find his long-lost father.
Director(s): Tad Stones
Production: Warner Home Video
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.4
Rotten Tomatoes:
27%
NOT RATED
Year:
1996
81 min
177 Views

Ooh! ln all my years,|never have I seen the streets...

so full of bustle and hustle|and assorted commotion.

Our princess is to wed.

Ohh, wonderful!|And who's the lucky prince?

Not a prince at all.|Just a no-account street rat!

No way! Try it phonetically.

It's Aladdin!

Aw! Some of you don't believe.

In colour!

There's a party here in Agrabah|There's excitement in the air

People pouring in|from near and far

'Cause Jasmine and Aladdin|are gonna have a weddin'

There's a party here in Agrabah|Everybody will be there

So if you're a pauper or a shah|Do somethin' with your hair

You mustn't wear|an outfit that's naughty

A turban that's unravelling|just won't do

No earrings that are|tasteless or gaudy

You're gonna look gorgeous|when I get through

There's a party here in Agrabah|So I'm going to paint the town

If you want to see what colours are|Follow me around

Aladdin's gettin' married and it's|gonna be the wedding of the century

My buddy's gettin' married and|you're gonna see just how much I can do

- You've heard of|your safari bar mitzvahs|- Wow!

- You've all been to a luau sweet 16|- Ahh!

Well, none of them compare|to what this is

The food'll be disgusting|By evening you'll be busting

There's a party here in Agrabah|and it's got us all aglow

If a street rat could've come so far|Maybe I could do it

- Sure, there's nothing to it|- There's a party here in Agrabah

But we're not sure|that we'll go

For although the bride is la-di-dah|The groom is awfully low

And now we take you down|to the palace, where everyone|has celebrated all night long.

Without Jafar and all of his malice|Everybody's happy

What could possibly go wrong?

There's a party here in Agrabah|and we're gonna rob 'em blind

While they're all munching caviar|create a small disturbance

I will sneak up from behind

There's a party here in Agrabah|and the loot is pouring in

I like this wedding stuff so far

Maybe if I'm pleasant|I'll get to keep a present

We've ordered just|a few tasteful flowers

And valets who'll|carefully park for you

The bridesmaids have|been dressing for hours

Girls, you look just lovely|And so grown-up too

There's a party here in Agrabah|Guests are filling up the room

But there's something missing|Yes, aha

Where is the groom

Hello.

Somebody's gonna be late|for his own wedding!

Hold on, Genie.|There's something I need.

I gotcha.

It's a bachelor party, big boy!

- None for you.|You're the designated flyer.|- No.

This is for the wedding.

Well, that's, uh--|that's a nice dagger.

Interesting nuptial accessory.|It's a, uh, a bit sharp.

- It belonged to my father.|- Your father?

You never said a word|about your father.

Oh, I've got to let the caterer know!|Chicken or sea bass?

He's not coming to the wedding.|He died a long time ago.

- Sorry.|- That's okay.

I never knew him.

Maybe if I did,|I'd feel ready for this.

Al, are you getting cold feet?

No, Genie. It's just that...

I-l've always been a street rat,|stealin' what I need to survive,

- runnin' from the guards,|- Uh-huh.

- Iivin' my life alone.|- Ohh.

I'm takin' a big step today|into a new world.

Today's topic:
fears|of the future family man.

AI from Agrabah, share with us.

I never had a father to show me|how to raise a family.

No role model.|Get a little deeper.

What do I know about families?

Genie, what if|I'm no good at it?

Ah, if my father were here--

Al, little buddy, if your father were|here, he'd be as proud of you as I am.

I just wish he could see this.

There's a party here in Agrabah

And the party's all for me

Just look, you guys|at where we are

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Mark McCorkle

Mark McCorkle is an American screenwriter, television writer and television producer. Among others, he is co-creator of the popular Disney animated series, Kim Possible. He frequently collaborates with fellow writer Bob Schooley. Prior to Kim Possible, McCorkle, Schooley, and the main director of Kim Possible, Steve Loter, also held their respective jobs (writer/producer and director respectively) on Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. Many voice talents on Kim Possible, also did work of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Nicole Sullivan, Patrick Warburton). Both series can be similarly compared to each other. He did work on DreamWorks' The Penguins of Madagascar as a producer along with Schooley, again with regular voices Sullivan and John DiMaggio. As of 2016, McCorkle and Schooley are creating and executive producing a new TV series based on the 2014 Disney animated feature, Big Hero 6 for Disney XD. He has also written screenplays for Aladdin: The Return of Jafar, Aladdin and the King of Thieves, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, Sky High and Hotel for Dogs as well as co-writer again with Bob Schooley of the novel Liar of Kudzu. more…

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