History Characters / Aladdin

16th Jun '18 6:30:55 PM NekoHybrid
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* BlueIsHeroic: Jasmine's IconicOutfit consists of a sea green cropped top, pants, ponytail bands, and headband. Also doubles as TrueBlueFeminity.

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* BlueIsHeroic: Jasmine's IconicOutfit consists of a sea green cropped top, pants, ponytail bands, and headband. Also doubles as TrueBlueFeminity.TrueBlueFemininity.
16th Jun '18 9:02:12 AM NekoHybrid
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* BlueIsFeminine: Jasmine's IconicOutfit consists of a sea green cropped top, pants, ponytail bands, and headband. Also doubles as BlueIsHeroic.

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* BlueIsFeminine: BlueIsHeroic: Jasmine's IconicOutfit consists of a sea green cropped top, pants, ponytail bands, and headband. Also doubles as BlueIsHeroic.TrueBlueFeminity.



* NiceHat: Just like Aladdin's hat, no less. It turns out Aladdin even bought Abu that hat.

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* NiceHat: Just like Aladdin's hat, no less. It turns out Aladdin even bought Abu that hat.hat, which was originally the top ornament of an elaborate turban.



* ManOfAThousandVoices: He does several impressions in the first film, and they are dead on accurate.

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* ManOfAThousandVoices: He does several impressions in the first film, and they are dead on accurate. This also becomes vital to thwarting Mozenrath's scheme to unleash a wind jackal on Agrabah by imitating Mozenrath's voice and ordering it to banish itself.



* SmarterThanYouLook: He has shown to possess a human level of intelligence, due to his HypercompetentSidekick role - and he can play all kinds of games requiring clarity of thought, from pool, to chess, to card games.

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* SmarterThanYouLook: He has shown to possess a human level of intelligence, due to his HypercompetentSidekick role - and he can play all kinds of games requiring clarity of thought, from pool, to chess, to card games.games (and winning ''every time'').



* TheSpeechless: He may be sentient, but he's not chatty.

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* TheSpeechless: He may be sentient, but he's not chatty. Justified as he has no mouth or even a face.



--> '''Aladdin:''' Which cell did you put [Amin] in, Razoul?
--> '''Razoul:''' ''(smirks)'' Number nine.

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--> '''Aladdin:''' Which cell did you put [Amin] Amin Damoolah in, Razoul?
--> '''Razoul:''' ''(smirks)'' Number nine.''nine.''
16th Jun '18 8:49:25 AM NekoHybrid
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* GreaterNeedThanMine: One of Aladdin's defining traits. In the first film, he and Abu went through a lot of trouble trying to steal a loaf of bread while avoiding the guards. Once they were in the clear, they were about to feast until they saw some hungry homeless kids digging for food in the trash. Aladdin (and reluctantly Abu) offer the bread to them. In the second film, Aladdin steals the ill-gotten loot of Abis Mal and rains it down all over Agrabah, which Abu objects to. He tells the monkey that the poor people need the treasure more than they do.



* BlueIsHeroic: Jasmine's IconicOutfit consists of a sea green cropped top, pants, ponytail bands, and headband.

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* BlueIsHeroic: BlueIsFeminine: Jasmine's IconicOutfit consists of a sea green cropped top, pants, ponytail bands, and headband.headband. Also doubles as BlueIsHeroic.



* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The film has only Jasmine. Aladdin's mother was originally in the film too but got cut.

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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The film has only Jasmine. Aladdin's mother was originally in the film too but got cut. Also in the series where she's the only female on Team Aladdin (Aladdin, Jasmine, Genie, Abu, Iago, Carpet) during their escapades.
10th Jun '18 5:48:43 PM DariusRiggs
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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: Genie's persona and personality is based on Creator/RobinWilliams himself. He is very flamboyant, sweet, constantly funny but serious when he needs to be, charismatic, and kind-hearted.
10th Jun '18 5:48:43 PM DariusRiggs
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4th Jun '18 9:04:36 AM WarriorSparrow
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* FourFingeredHands: He has four fingers. It's one of several hints about his true identity, but the idea didn't make the final cut. [[Creator/RobinWilliams But guess who did the voice of the merchant?]][[note]]In 2015, they admitted that it was still canon.[[/note]]

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* FourFingeredHands: He has four fingers. It's one of several hints about his true identity, but the idea didn't make it's not explicitly shown in the final cut. [[Creator/RobinWilliams But guess who did the voice of the merchant?]][[note]]In 2015, they admitted that it was still canon.[[/note]]



* SmallRoleBigImpact: Is only seen at the beginning of the movie, but provides explanations for the lamp and sets up for the story.

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* SmallRoleBigImpact: Is only seen at the beginning of the movie, movie in this form, but provides explanations for the lamp and sets up for the story.
2nd Jun '18 4:39:10 PM KnownUnknown
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* {{Leitmotif}}: A dramatic, descending piece that sounds a bit like "Arabian Nights."

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* {{Leitmotif}}: A dramatic, dark, descending piece that sounds a bit like "Arabian Nights."features in most scenes featuring him, most prominently about thirty seconds into [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgZTkQF1hgI "Jafar's Hour."]]
28th May '18 10:14:12 PM annette12
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* ToothyBird: Iago, who frequently displays teeth when he's griping, which, given that this is Iago, is most of the time.
** The animators did this specifically to make Iago resemble Creator/GilbertGottfried.

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* ToothyBird: Iago, who frequently displays teeth when he's griping, which, given that this is Iago, is most of the time.
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time. The animators did this specifically to make Iago resemble Creator/GilbertGottfried.
28th May '18 10:12:28 PM annette12
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* GoodIsNotNice: Eventually. He starts out as a genuinely bad guy like Jafar in the first movie (he certainly wan't a MinionWithAnFInEvil like many Disney villain's sidekicks). He develops the "good" part of the trope in the sequel after befriending the heroes but still retains his abrasive and obnoxious mannerisms he had when he was a villain.

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* GoodIsNotNice: Eventually. He starts out as a genuinely bad guy like Jafar in the first movie (he certainly wan't wasn't a MinionWithAnFInEvil like many Disney villain's sidekicks). He develops the "good" part of the trope in the sequel after befriending the heroes but still retains his abrasive and obnoxious mannerisms he had when he was a villain.



* PollyWantsAMicrophone: Interestingly, for most of the original movie, Iago pretends to be a regular parrot when in the presence of characters other than Jafar. He drops this after the protagonists turn on Jafar, though, and no-one in-universe seems particularly surprised by his fluent speech.

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* PollyWantsAMicrophone: PollyWantsAMicrophone:
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Interestingly, for most of the original movie, Iago pretends to be a regular parrot when in the presence of characters other than Jafar. He drops this after the protagonists turn on Jafar, though, and no-one in-universe seems particularly surprised by his fluent speech.



* TalkingAnimal: Unlike Abu and Rajah, Iago is fully voiced. Fitting, since he's a parrot and justified by the fact that Jafar uplifted him with magic.
** Although it's strongly implied that his talking was not one of his natural traits, but the result of modifications made by Jafar (according to Jafar in ''The Return of Jafar'', the only thing Iago could say prior to Jafar getting his hands on him was indeed squacks of "Polly Want A Cracker.")

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* TalkingAnimal: Unlike Abu and Rajah, Iago is fully voiced. Fitting, since he's a parrot and justified by the fact that Jafar uplifted him with magic.
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magic. Although it's strongly implied that his talking was not one of his natural traits, but the result of modifications made by Jafar (according to Jafar in ''The Return of Jafar'', the only thing Iago could say prior to Jafar getting his hands on him was indeed squacks of "Polly Want A Cracker.")
28th May '18 10:11:07 PM annette12
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* GoodIsNotNice: Eventually. He starts out as a genuinely bad guy like Jafar in the first movie (he certainly wan't a MinionWithAnFInEvil like many Disney villain's sidekicks). He develops the "good" part of the trope in the sequel after befriending the heroes but still retains his abrasive and obnoxious mannerisms he had when he was a villain.
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