History Characters / Aladdin

27th Jun '16 3:14:01 PM rafi
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* ChickMagnet: He effectively rivals ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' for his talent with this. Just ask [[BadassPrincess Jasmine]], [[BedlahBabe the Harem Girls]], [[GreenEyedMonster Sadira]], [[StalkerWithACrush Saleen]], and (initially) [[BigBeautifulWoman Brawnhilda]]. He also mentioned that he dated a ''[[ReallyGetsAround ton]]'' of girls in the past before meeting Jasmine.

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* ChickMagnet: He effectively rivals ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' for his talent with this. Just ask [[BadassPrincess Jasmine]], [[BedlahBabe the Harem Girls]], [[GreenEyedMonster Sadira]], [[StalkerWithACrush Saleen]], and (initially) [[BigBeautifulWoman Brawnhilda]]. He also mentioned that he dated a ''[[ReallyGetsAround ton]]'' of girls in the past before meeting Jasmine.
27th Jun '16 12:59:36 PM creader
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* NobodyCallsMeChicken: Interestingly, he was originally based on the {{Trope Namer|s}}, [[Franchise/BackToTheFuture Marty McFly]], before being redesigned.



* NobodyCallsMeChicken: Interestingly, he was originally based on the {{Trope Namer|s}}, [[Franchise/BackToTheFuture Marty McFly]], before being redesigned.
22nd Jun '16 11:38:46 AM capretty
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* SpoiledSweet: Along with Ariel, she's the only Disney Princess who grew up as a princess. Her life is especially shown to be grand and sumptuous. In the animated series, she tends to try to use her status as Princess of Agrabah to bark orders at villains. It never works.

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* SpoiledSweet: Along with Ariel, she's the only Disney Princess who grew up as a princess. Her life is especially shown to be grand and sumptuous. In the animated series, she tends to try to use her status as Princess of Agrabah to bark orders at villains. It never works.
21st Jun '16 7:45:26 PM sparkles38
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* TalkingAnimal: Unlike Abu and Rajah. Justified, since he's a parrot. No one seems to be surprised when they finally first hear him talk.

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* TalkingAnimal: Unlike Abu and Rajah. Justified, since he's a parrot. No one seems to be surprised when they finally first hear him talk.Justified; the typical small child believes that parrots talk at the same level as humans, and the movie is going by this belief.
19th Jun '16 6:33:42 PM creader
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!!Protagonists



* BirdsOfAFeather: With Jasmine. They both bond over how they feel trapped in their respective lives.



* RealMenWearPink: On his date with Eden.



* BirdsOfAFeather: With Aladdin. They both bond over how they feel trapped in their respective lives.



* GoGoEnslavement: Jafar makes Princess Jasmine wear a red harem outfit, although her normal clothes don't cover much more; they're just blue. Once he's defeated they turn back, confirming they were magical in nature.



* GoGoEnslavement: Jafar makes Princess Jasmine wear a red harem outfit, although her normal clothes don't cover much more; they're just blue. Once he's defeated they turn back, confirming they were magical in nature.



* ImpossibleHourglassFigure: Along with Ariel, she has the most exaggerated figure of any Disney Princess or heroine.



* ImpossibleHourglassFigure: Along with Ariel, she has the most exaggerated figure of any Disney Princess or heroine.



* {{Took a Level in Badass}}: Starting with the final act of the second movie onwards.

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* {{Took a Level in Badass}}: TookALevelInBadass: Starting with the final act of the second movie onwards.onwards, being more braver and willing to stand up for his friends.



[[folder:Jafar]]
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->''"Now where were we? Ah, yes - abject humiliation!"''

->'''Voiced by:''' Jonathan Freeman

The Sultan's Grand Vizier in the first film, he yearns to claim power over the throne but is forbidden from ever attaining that position. For this reason, he seeks the Lamp of the Genie, so that he may use the Genie to become Sultan in turn. Ultimately outwitted by Aladdin, he wishes himself to be turned into a genie, only to be sealed away inside his own lamp. Upon escaping, he "recruits" the bandit Abis Mal to aid him in seeking revenge.

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[[folder:Jafar]]
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[[folder:Razoul]]
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->''"Now where were we? Ah, yes - abject humiliation!"''

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->''"I'll have your hands for a trophy, street rat!"''

->'''Voiced by:''' Jonathan Freeman

The
Creator/JimCummings

Chief of the
Sultan's Grand Vizier in guards, Razoul is the first film, he yearns to claim power over the throne but is forbidden from ever attaining that position. For this reason, he seeks the Lamp enforcer of the Genie, so that he may use the Genie to become Sultan law and order in turn. Ultimately outwitted by Agrabah, and holds a particular resentment for Aladdin, who has a past of escaping him and making he wishes himself to be turned into a genie, only to be sealed away inside and his own lamp. Upon escaping, he "recruits" the bandit Abis Mal to aid him in seeking revenge.men seem like fools.



* AllCrimesAreEqual: It doesn't matter if you're an old man or a woman, or if you're a JustifiedCriminal like Aladdin who only steals food to survive. If you commit a crime, he ''will'' come after you. TruthInTelevision: Medieval era laws and punishments were ''very'' harsh, no matter where in the world you were.
* BadassBeard: Zigzagged in that Razoul's not ''much'' of a BadAss in the series, but still, he sports a very impressive chin-warmer.
* ButtMonkey: More so in the series, where he is routinely trounced, defeated or humiliated, especially by the various monsters of the week.
* ChainedHeat: With Aladdin in the TV series finale. Even better, it was a magic chain. If they got along, it was long; disagreeing, short; and if they started fighting, the shackles fused together.
* {{Determinator}}: The first film establishes that he has been after Aladdin for quite some time.
* GrumpyBear: We rarely ever see him happy about anything, and the one time he was, it quickly got snatched away by the King of Thieves.
* HeroAntagonist: He's only doing his job.
* InspectorJavert: Even after Aladdin becomes Jasmine's fiancé, Razoul will look for any excuse to arrest Aladdin or make things hard for the "street rat."
* JerkassHasAPoint: Sometimes. [[ByTheBookCop When Aladdin was a thief, Razoul was just trying to do his job of maintaining law and order in Agrabah.]] He also can't be blamed for being suspicious of a former criminal courting the Princess who he is in charge of protecting.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He doesn't even try to hide his dislike of Aladdin even after the Sultan and Jasmine accept him, but he still at least tolerates his presence and is willing to work with him when the situation calls for it.
* KarmaHoudini: Despite having had a direct hand in multiple occasions when Aladdin has nearly died, he never faces any significant punishment.
* MythologyGag: In ''The King of Thieves'', Razoul is shown initially bungling the magic words to access the lair of the 40 Thieves. This is a reference to Ali-Baba's brother in ''Literature/AliBabaAndTheFortyThieves'', who got caught in the thieves' lair because he forgot the magic password after he got inside, leaving him trapped in their treasury.
* PsychoForHire: There are numerous hints that he actively enjoys executing people. In the first movie, he eagerly and readily attempts to drown Aladdin/Prince Ali in the ocean under Jafar's orders, and in ''The Return of Jafar'', when Jafar's EvilPlan leads him to think that Aladdin had killed the Sultan, he's so eager to see it happen that he plays the executioner himself. However, when the Sultan, overshadowed by an evil spirit, ordered Jasmine to be executed, he wasn't comfortable with being the one to do the job. Considering that at times he was about to execute Aladdin, it seems more like he's eager to kill Aladdin. And he might be a sadist who enjoys killing merely because he was told so by his superiors but he is also genuinely loyal to the Sultan and the princess.
* RedShirtArmy: This is very evident where the Royal Guards had difficulty defeating Dominus Tusk.
* TheResenter: A mild version occasionally shows in the TV series, he's evidently not happy about the fact that the thief he's been chasing in the movie has become his superior. You can't just expect the cop to be cool with the ex-con after all, prince or not.
* SurroundedByIdiots: The other guards aren't very bright.
-->'''Guard''': He's got a sword!
-->'''Razoul''': You idiots... [[NoIndoorVoice WE'VE ALL GOT SWORDS!]]
* UndyingLoyalty: To the Sultan and Princess Jasmine. Case-in-point: in the first movie, when Aladdin is arrested by him, Jasmine, who had been hanging out with him in disguise, promptly reveals herself and demands that they let him go. Razoul, who had been eager to finally capture Aladdin, immediately changes his tune and apologizes, politely telling Jasmine that he would do so, but he's working under Jafar's orders.
* UnwittingPawn: To Jafar in the first two movies, some occasions in the TV series, and to Sa'luk in ''King Of Thieves''.
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[[folder:Fazal and Hakim]]
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[[caption-width-right:250:Hakim (left) and Fazal (right).]]
-->'''Voiced by:''' N/A

The two guards most frequently seen alongside Razoul, going from nameless extras in the first film to named, if minor, characters in the series. Like Razoul, they loyally serve the Sultan and Agrabah, although not with a particularly great deal of competence.
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* BigEater: Fazal loves to eat, to the point that Razoul jokes that when Fazal is ''not'' thinking of his next meal, it'll be time to bury him.
* ButtMonkey: Like their boss, they get manhandled and kicked around a lot, mostly to show off how Aladdin is the show's hero.
* TheEeyore: Hakim sole characterization is based on his glum, gloomy attitude and his monotone way of speech.
* FatAndSkinny: Fazal's the fat one, Hakim is the skinny one.
* KarmaHoudini: Like Razoul, they were involved in abducting and attempting to murder "Prince Ali", but never get notably punished for it.
* ThoseTwoGuys: There's technically a third guard who hangs out with them, but he never speaks or gets named, so it's mostly them.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Fazal loves dates.
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!!Antagonists

[[folder:Jafar]]
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->''"Now where were we? Ah, yes - abject humiliation!"''

->'''Voiced by:''' Jonathan Freeman

The Sultan's Grand Vizier in the first film, he yearns to claim power over the throne but is forbidden from ever attaining that position. For this reason, he seeks the Lamp of the Genie, so that he may use the Genie to become Sultan in turn. Ultimately outwitted by Aladdin, he wishes himself to be turned into a genie, only to be sealed away inside his own lamp. Upon escaping, he "recruits" the bandit Abis Mal to aid him in seeking revenge.
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[[folder:Razoul]]
[[quoteright:280:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/razoul_5368.jpg]]
->''"I'll have your hands for a trophy, street rat!"''

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JimCummings

Chief of the Sultan's guards, Razoul is the enforcer of law and order in Agrabah, and holds a particular resentment for Aladdin, who has a past of escaping him and making he and his men seem like fools.

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[[folder:Razoul]]
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[[folder:Gazeem]]
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->''"I'll have your hands for a trophy, street rat!"''

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JimCummings

Chief
Creator/CharlieAdler

->''"It is I - Gazeem, the [[BlatantLies humble thief]]."''

A thief who serves as Jafar's henchman early on. He was sent by Jafar to retrieve the other half
of the Sultan's guards, Razoul is Scarab amulet that allows entry into the enforcer Cave of law Wonders. He succeeded, though not before cutting several throats to get it. After the Cave of Wonders is summoned, he tries to enter the cave but is denied entry by the cave's spirit as he is not the "Diamond in the Rough." He tries to get in anyway, and order in Agrabah, and holds a particular resentment for Aladdin, ends up infuriating the spirit, who has a past of escaping him and making he and his men seem like fools.promptly slams the cave shut when Gazeem tries to escape. He is believed to be killed after the incident.



* AllCrimesAreEqual: It doesn't matter if you're an old man or a woman, or if you're a JustifiedCriminal like Aladdin who only steals food to survive. If you commit a crime, he ''will'' come after you. TruthInTelevision: Medieval era laws and punishments were ''very'' harsh, no matter where in the world you were.
* BadassBeard: Zigzagged in that Razoul's not ''much'' of a BadAss in the series, but still, he sports a very impressive chin-warmer.
* ButtMonkey: More so in the series, where he is routinely trounced, defeated or humiliated, especially by the various monsters of the week.
* ChainedHeat: With Aladdin in the TV series finale. Even better, it was a magic chain. If they got along, it was long; disagreeing, short; and if they started fighting, the shackles fused together.
* {{Determinator}}: The first film establishes that he has been after Aladdin for quite some time.
* GrumpyBear: We rarely ever see him happy about anything, and the one time he was, it quickly got snatched away by the King of Thieves.
* HeroAntagonist: He's only doing his job.
* InspectorJavert: Even after Aladdin becomes Jasmine's fiancé, Razoul will look for any excuse to arrest Aladdin or make things hard for the "street rat."
* JerkassHasAPoint: Sometimes. [[ByTheBookCop When Aladdin was a thief, Razoul was just trying to do his job of maintaining law and order in Agrabah.]] He also can't be blamed for being suspicious of a former criminal courting the Princess who he is in charge of protecting.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He doesn't even try to hide his dislike of Aladdin even after the Sultan and Jasmine accept him, but he still at least tolerates his presence and is willing to work with him when the situation calls for it.
* KarmaHoudini: Despite having had a direct hand in multiple occasions when Aladdin has nearly died, he never faces any significant punishment.
* MythologyGag: In ''The King of Thieves'', Razoul is shown initially bungling the magic words to access the lair of the 40 Thieves. This is a reference to Ali-Baba's brother in ''Literature/AliBabaAndTheFortyThieves'', who got caught in the thieves' lair because he forgot the magic password after he got inside, leaving him trapped in their treasury.
* PsychoForHire: There are numerous hints that he actively enjoys executing people. In the first movie, he eagerly and readily attempts to drown Aladdin/Prince Ali in the ocean under Jafar's orders, and in ''The Return of Jafar'', when Jafar's EvilPlan leads him to think that Aladdin had killed the Sultan, he's so eager to see it happen that he plays the executioner himself. However, when the Sultan, overshadowed by an evil spirit, ordered Jasmine to be executed, he wasn't comfortable with being the one to do the job. Considering that at times he was about to execute Aladdin, it seems more like he's eager to kill Aladdin. And he might be a sadist who enjoys killing merely because he was told so by his superiors but he is also genuinely loyal to the Sultan and the princess.
* RedShirtArmy: This is very evident where the Royal Guards had difficulty defeating Dominus Tusk.
* TheResenter: A mild version occasionally shows in the TV series, he's evidently not happy about the fact that the thief he's been chasing in the movie has become his superior. You can't just expect the cop to be cool with the ex-con after all, prince or not.
* SurroundedByIdiots: The other guards aren't very bright.
-->'''Guard''': He's got a sword!
-->'''Razoul''': You idiots... [[NoIndoorVoice WE'VE ALL GOT SWORDS!]]
* UndyingLoyalty: To the Sultan and Princess Jasmine. Case-in-point: in the first movie, when Aladdin is arrested by him, Jasmine, who had been hanging out with him in disguise, promptly reveals herself and demands that they let him go. Razoul, who had been eager to finally capture Aladdin, immediately changes his tune and apologizes, politely telling Jasmine that he would do so, but he's working under Jafar's orders.
* UnwittingPawn: To Jafar in the first two movies, some occasions in the TV series, and to Sa'luk in ''King Of Thieves''.

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* AllCrimesAreEqual: It doesn't matter if you're AssholeVictim: Considering he's a common criminal and an old man or a woman, or if you're a JustifiedCriminal like Aladdin who only steals food implied murderer, his death may be closure to survive. If you commit a crime, he ''will'' come his victims. This is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Jafar after you. TruthInTelevision: Medieval era laws and punishments were ''very'' harsh, no matter where in the world you were.
* BadassBeard: Zigzagged in that Razoul's not ''much'' of a BadAss in the series, but still, he sports a very impressive chin-warmer.
* ButtMonkey: More so in the series, where he
Gazeem is routinely trounced, defeated or humiliated, especially by the various monsters of the week.
* ChainedHeat: With Aladdin in the TV series finale. Even better, it
killed.
--> '''Jafar''': "[[LackOfEmpathy Gazeem
was a magic chain. If they got along, it was long; disagreeing, short; and if they started fighting, the shackles fused together.
* {{Determinator}}: The first film establishes that he has been after Aladdin for quite some time.
* GrumpyBear: We rarely ever see him happy about anything, and the one time he was, it quickly got snatched away by the King of Thieves.
* HeroAntagonist: He's only doing his job.
* InspectorJavert: Even after Aladdin becomes Jasmine's fiancé, Razoul will look for any excuse to arrest Aladdin or make things hard for the "street rat.
obviously less than worthy]]."
* JerkassHasAPoint: Sometimes. [[ByTheBookCop When BlatantLies: Gazeem calls himself a "humble thief," even though [[EvenEvilHasStandards a humble thief wouldn't]] ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards kill]]'' [[EvenEvilHasStandards people just to steal an artifact]].
* DeathByMaterialism: Gazeem's too tempted by the promise of his reward by Jafar to realize the risks of entering a cave that had told him he was forbidden to enter. He ends up dying for it.
* {{Jerkass}}: All the way. He's so focused on getting his reward by Jafar that he nearly refuses to give his part of the amulet unless its comes to him, prompting Iago to take it from him while Jafar assures him that he would get what's coming to him.
* {{Mook}}: To Jafar, and an expendable one at best.
* ShadowArchetype: He represents what
Aladdin was could've been as a thief, Razoul was just trying to do his job of maintaining law and order in Agrabah.]] He also can't be blamed for being suspicious of a former criminal courting heartless, completely greedy thief.
* TooDumbToLive: Gazeem should've understood what
the Princess who cave meant by saying he is wasn't the "Diamond in charge of protecting.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold:
the Rough," which pretty much means "You're not welcome here. Go away." He doesn't even try to hide his dislike of Aladdin even after take the Sultan and Jasmine accept him, but he still at least tolerates his presence and is willing to work with him when the situation calls for it.
hint.
* KarmaHoudini: Despite having had a direct hand in multiple occasions when Aladdin has nearly died, he never faces any significant punishment.
* MythologyGag: In ''The King of Thieves'', Razoul is shown initially bungling the magic words to access the lair of the 40 Thieves. This is a reference to Ali-Baba's brother in ''Literature/AliBabaAndTheFortyThieves'', who got caught in the thieves' lair because he forgot the magic password after he got inside, leaving him trapped in their treasury.
* PsychoForHire: There are numerous hints that he actively enjoys executing people. In the first movie, he eagerly and readily attempts to drown Aladdin/Prince Ali in the ocean under Jafar's orders, and in ''The Return of Jafar'', when Jafar's EvilPlan leads him to think that Aladdin had
WeHardlyKnewYe: He gets killed the Sultan, he's so eager to see it happen that he plays the executioner himself. However, when the Sultan, overshadowed by an evil spirit, ordered Jasmine to be executed, he wasn't comfortable with being the one to do the job. Considering that at times he was about to execute Aladdin, it seems more like he's eager to kill Aladdin. And he might be a sadist who enjoys killing merely because he was told so by his superiors but he is also genuinely loyal to the Sultan and the princess.
* RedShirtArmy: This is very evident where the Royal Guards had difficulty defeating Dominus Tusk.
* TheResenter: A mild version occasionally shows in the TV series, he's evidently not happy about the fact that the thief he's been chasing in the movie has become his superior. You can't
just expect five minutes into the cop to be cool with the ex-con after all, prince or not.
* SurroundedByIdiots: The other guards aren't very bright.
-->'''Guard''': He's got a sword!
-->'''Razoul''': You idiots... [[NoIndoorVoice WE'VE ALL GOT SWORDS!]]
* UndyingLoyalty: To the Sultan and Princess Jasmine. Case-in-point: in the first movie, when Aladdin is arrested by him, Jasmine, who had been hanging out with him in disguise, promptly reveals herself and demands that they let him go. Razoul, who had been eager to finally capture Aladdin, immediately changes his tune and apologizes, politely telling Jasmine that he would do so, but he's working under Jafar's orders.
* UnwittingPawn: To Jafar in the first two movies, some occasions in the TV series, and to Sa'luk in ''King Of Thieves''.
movie.



[[folder:Fazal and Hakim]]
[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/guards.png]]
[[caption-width-right:250:Hakim (left) and Fazal (right).]]
-->'''Voiced by:''' N/A

The two guards most frequently seen alongside Razoul, going from nameless extras in the first film to named, if minor, characters in the series. Like Razoul, they loyally serve the Sultan and Agrabah, although not with a particularly great deal of competence.

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[[folder:Fazal and Hakim]]
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[[folder:Prince Achmed]]
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[[caption-width-right:250:Hakim (left) and Fazal (right).]]
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-->'''Voiced by:''' N/A

The two guards most frequently seen alongside Razoul, going from nameless extras in the first film to named, if minor, characters in the series. Like Razoul, they loyally serve the Sultan
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A {{Jerkass}} prince
and Agrabah, although not with a particularly great deal one of competence.Jasmine's would-be suitors.



* BigEater: Fazal loves to eat, to the point that Razoul jokes that when Fazal is ''not'' thinking of his next meal, it'll be time to bury him.
* ButtMonkey: Like their boss, they get manhandled and kicked around a lot, mostly to show off how Aladdin is the show's hero.
* TheEeyore: Hakim sole characterization is based on his glum, gloomy attitude and his monotone way of speech.
* FatAndSkinny: Fazal's the fat one, Hakim is the skinny one.
* KarmaHoudini: Like Razoul, they were involved in abducting and attempting to murder "Prince Ali", but never get notably punished for it.
* ThoseTwoGuys: There's technically a third guard who hangs out with them, but he never speaks or gets named, so it's mostly them.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Fazal loves dates.

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* BigEater: Fazal loves DisproportionateRetribution: He tried to eat, to the point that Razoul jokes that whip two ''children'' for simply getting in his way.
* GoofyPrintUnderwear: He wears pink underpants with red hearts, as seen
when Fazal is ''not'' thinking Rajah bites a piece out of his next meal, it'll be time to bury him.
pants.
* ButtMonkey: Like their boss, they get manhandled and kicked around a lot, mostly to show off how {{Irony}}: He explicitly tells Aladdin is the show's hero.
* TheEeyore: Hakim sole characterization is based on his glum, gloomy attitude
that he's nothing but a "worthless street rat" and his monotone way of speech.
* FatAndSkinny: Fazal's the fat one, Hakim is the skinny one.
* KarmaHoudini: Like Razoul, they were involved in abducting and attempting to murder "Prince Ali", but
will never be anything more. Not only does Achmed not get notably punished for it.
* ThoseTwoGuys: There's technically a third guard who hangs out
Jasmine, but Aladdin himself ends up with them, but he never speaks or gets named, so it's mostly her at the end.
* {{Jerkass}}: He's first introduced calling two children "filthy brats" and trying to whip
them.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Fazal loves dates.LaserGuidedKarma: After publicly humiliating Aladdin before going to court Jasmine, he's attacked by Rajah and sent packing.
* NiceHat: A purple turban with black feathers.
* PrinceCharmless: To quote Aladdin:
-->'''Aladdin''': If I was as rich as you, I could afford some manners!
* WouldHurtAChild: He tried to beat two little kids with a bullwhip just for getting in his way; fortunately, [[FriendToAllChildren Aladdin]] intervened.



[[folder:Gazeem]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/snapshot20051017150605.jpg]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/CharlieAdler

->''"It is I - Gazeem, the [[BlatantLies humble thief]]."''

A thief who serves as Jafar's henchman early on. He was sent by Jafar to retrieve the other half of the Scarab amulet that allows entry into the Cave of Wonders. He succeeded, though not before cutting several throats to get it. After the Cave of Wonders is summoned, he tries to enter the cave but is denied entry by the cave's spirit as he is not the "Diamond in the Rough." He tries to get in anyway, and ends up infuriating the spirit, who promptly slams the cave shut when Gazeem tries to escape. He is believed to be killed after the incident.

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[[folder:Gazeem]]
!!Other Characters

[[folder:Harem Girls]]
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->'''Voiced -->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/CharlieAdler

->''"It is I - Gazeem, the [[BlatantLies humble thief]]."''

N/A

A thief who serves as Jafar's henchman early on. He was sent by Jafar to retrieve the other half trio of the Scarab amulet girls that allows entry into the Cave live in some type of Wonders. He succeeded, though not before cutting several throats to get it. After the Cave of Wonders is summoned, he tries to enter the cave massage parlor with a manager. They know Aladdin when he's a street rat but is denied entry by the cave's spirit they don't sympathize with his plight. When Aladdin shows up in town as Prince Ali, they swoon over him and are very impressed with him as he is not the "Diamond in the Rough." He tries to get in anyway, and ends up infuriating the spirit, who promptly slams the cave shut when Gazeem tries to escape. He is believed to be killed after the incident.presented by Genie.



* AssholeVictim: Considering he's a common criminal and an implied murderer, his death may be closure to his victims. This is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Jafar after Gazeem is killed.
--> '''Jafar''': "[[LackOfEmpathy Gazeem was obviously less than worthy]]."
* BlatantLies: Gazeem calls himself a "humble thief," even though [[EvenEvilHasStandards a humble thief wouldn't]] ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards kill]]'' [[EvenEvilHasStandards people just to steal an artifact]].
* DeathByMaterialism: Gazeem's too tempted by the promise of his reward by Jafar to realize the risks of entering a cave that had told him he was forbidden to enter. He ends up dying for it.
* {{Jerkass}}: All the way. He's so focused on getting his reward by Jafar that he nearly refuses to give his part of the amulet unless its comes to him, prompting Iago to take it from him while Jafar assures him that he would get what's coming to him.
* {{Mook}}: To Jafar, and an expendable one at best.
* ShadowArchetype: He represents what Aladdin could've been as a heartless, completely greedy thief.
* TooDumbToLive: Gazeem should've understood what the cave meant by saying he wasn't the "Diamond in the Rough," which pretty much means "You're not welcome here. Go away." He doesn't take the hint.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He gets killed just five minutes into the movie.

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* AssholeVictim: Considering he's BedlahBabe: These sexy girls are dressed almost the same as Jasmine, who is a common criminal princess, with a veil added.
* {{Expy}}: They're often compared to the Bimbettes from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', as they are flirtatious, fairly ditzy
and an implied murderer, his death may be closure to his victims. This is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Jafar after Gazeem is killed.
--> '''Jafar''': "[[LackOfEmpathy Gazeem was obviously less
have more impressive figures than worthy]]."
* BlatantLies: Gazeem calls himself a "humble thief," even though [[EvenEvilHasStandards a humble thief wouldn't]] ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards kill]]'' [[EvenEvilHasStandards people just to steal an artifact]].
* DeathByMaterialism: Gazeem's too tempted by
the promise of his reward by Jafar to realize the risks of entering a cave that had told him he was forbidden to enter. He ends up dying for it.
main female lead, in this case, Jasmine.
* {{Jerkass}}: All the way. He's so focused on getting his reward by Jafar that he nearly refuses to give his part of the amulet unless its comes to him, prompting Iago to take it from him while Jafar assures him that he would get what's coming to him.
* {{Mook}}: To Jafar, and an expendable one at best.
* ShadowArchetype: He represents what Aladdin could've been as a heartless, completely greedy thief.
* TooDumbToLive: Gazeem should've understood what the cave meant by saying he wasn't the "Diamond
FanserviceExtra: Her role in the Rough," which pretty much means "You're not welcome here. Go away." He doesn't take movie during the hint.
song "One Jump Ahead" and in "Prince Ali".
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He gets killed just five minutes into NoNameGiven: Unlike the movie.Bimbettes, they don't have names. Some fans call them "Balcony Girls".




[[folder:Prince Achmed]]
[[quoteright:258:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/achmed_aladdin_disneyscreencapscom_1115.jpg]]
-->'''Voiced by:''' Corey Burton

A {{Jerkass}} prince and one of Jasmine's would-be suitors.
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* DisproportionateRetribution: He tried to whip two ''children'' for simply getting in his way.
* GoofyPrintUnderwear: He wears pink underpants with red hearts, as seen when Rajah bites a piece out of his pants.
* {{Irony}}: He explicitly tells Aladdin that he's nothing but a "worthless street rat" and will never be anything more. Not only does Achmed not get Jasmine, but Aladdin himself ends up with her at the end.
* {{Jerkass}}: He's first introduced calling two children "filthy brats" and trying to whip them.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After publicly humiliating Aladdin before going to court Jasmine, he's attacked by Rajah and sent packing.
* NiceHat: A purple turban with black feathers.
* PrinceCharmless: To quote Aladdin:
-->'''Aladdin''': If I was as rich as you, I could afford some manners!
* WouldHurtAChild: He tried to beat two little kids with a bullwhip just for getting in his way; fortunately, [[FriendToAllChildren Aladdin]] intervened.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Harem Girls]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aladdin_disneyscreencapscom_5870.jpg]]
-->'''Voiced by:''' N/A

A trio of girls that live in some type of massage parlor with a manager. They know Aladdin when he's a street rat but they don't sympathize with his plight. When Aladdin shows up in town as Prince Ali, they swoon over him and are very impressed with him as he is presented by Genie.
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* BedlahBabe: These sexy girls are dressed almost the same as Jasmine, who is a princess, with a veil added.
* {{Expy}}: They're often compared to the Bimbettes from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', as they are flirtatious, fairly ditzy and have more impressive figures than the main female lead, in this case, Jasmine.
* FanserviceExtra: Her role in the movie during the song "One Jump Ahead" and in "Prince Ali".
* NoNameGiven: Unlike the Bimbettes, they don't have names. Some fans call them "Balcony Girls".
[[/folder]]
15th Jun '16 3:44:10 PM creader
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* ABoyAndHisX: A Man and His Monkey. This is his relationship with his monkey Abu.
** And narratively, A Man and His Genie

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* ABoyAndHisX: ABoyAndHisX:
**
A Man and His Monkey. This is his relationship with his monkey Abu.
** And narratively, A Man and His GenieGenie.



* ChickMagnet: He effectively rivals ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' for his talent with this.

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* ChickMagnet: He effectively rivals ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' for his talent with this. Just ask [[BadassPrincess Jasmine]], [[BedlahBabe the Harem Girls]], [[GreenEyedMonster Sadira]], [[StalkerWithACrush Saleen]], and (initially) [[BigBeautifulWoman Brawnhilda]]. He also mentioned that he dated a ''[[ReallyGetsAround ton]]'' of girls in the past before meeting Jasmine.



* MissingMom: Her fate is never revealed, but evidently she vanished from his life at some point, with the intimation that she died. Originally, she was to be a character in the first film.
11th Jun '16 12:47:25 PM Snicka
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* BareYourMidriff: She provides the page image!

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* BareYourMidriff: She provides used to provide the page image!image.
1st Jun '16 9:04:42 PM Whitewings
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* HotterAndSexier: The original ''Aladdin'' movie has an in-universe example when Jafar puts Jasmine in GoGoEnslavement. It cuts lower at cleavage and crotch to emphasize this.

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* HotterAndSexier: The original ''Aladdin'' movie has an in-universe example when Jafar puts Jasmine in GoGoEnslavement. It cuts lower at cleavage and crotch (and higher under her cleavage!) to emphasize this.
31st May '16 8:45:49 PM creader
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* ParentalAbandonment: His mother is heavily implied to be dead, and his father left to seek out a fabulous treasure, [[spoiler: eventually becoming the leader of the feared Forty Thieves, the most dreaded of all bandits in the land]].



* StreetSmart: By necessity. "Gotta eat to live"

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* StreetSmart: By necessity. "Gotta eat to live"live".



* DudeMagnet: Besides [[TheHero Aladdin]] and [[BigBad Jafar]], there have been other princes attempting to ask for hand in marriage.



* MissingMom: Her mother is mentioned briefly when the Sultan says her mother wasn't nearly so picky, but is otherwise presumed dead.
29th May '16 8:12:27 PM syndromekad345
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* BreakoutVillain: His popularity as a villain only rivaled, if not tied with, Maleficent herself. Some fans say they also share many similarities.
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