Aladdin and the King of Thieves

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Aladdin and the King of Thieves is a 1996 Disney direct-to-video animated film. It is the second sequel to Aladdin, following The Return of Jafar; and the last of the Aladdin films and the animated series.

Dialogue[edit]

[First lines, a man cloaked in blue leaves his footprint in the sand. Cassim looks at the Palace of Agrabah, miles ahead of him. Camels come up the hill behind him, wearing saddles and carrying cargo. A man peeks his head out of one of the baskets. Cassim pushes his head back inside the basket. Cassim and the camels make their way toward Agrabah. Setting: Agrabah; the Palace. Razoul stands at the Palace gate, arms folded. Genie as the Peddler approaches him, carrying a gray sack on his back]
Genie: Oooh, in all my years, never have I seen the streets so full of bustle and hustle and assorted commotion.
Razoul: Our Princess is to wed.
Genie: Oooh, wonderful! And who's the lucky prince?
Razoul: Not a prince at all. Just a no account street rat.
[The Peddler reveals himself as Genie. Genie throws the sack on top of Razoul]
Genie: No way! [Genie picks Razoul up] Try it fanatically. [Genie shoots some magic into the sky] It's Aladdin! [Aladdin appears, written in generic lettering. Genie looks at the camera, sheepishly] Awww... Some of you don't believe. [Genie snaps his fingers, and the film's title appears, fireworks behind it. Genie, as Tinkerbell, flies in front of the logo] In color. [Genie giggles and taps the logo with his magic wand, causing it to disappear]
[Genie is holding a snow globe version of Agrabah. A smaller Genie flies by him]
Genie: [singing] There's a party here in Agrabah, there's excitement in the air. / People pouring in from near and far
[Genie flies by a camel, and hugs the driver and the camel]
Genie: [singing] 'Cause Jasmine and Aladdin are gonna have a weddin'.
[Genie flies in front of a man riding an elephant. He sits down in front of the elephant, and turns into a manicurist. He starts doing a manicure on the elephant]
Genie: [singing] There's a party here in Agrabah, everybody will be there
[Genie grabs the driver and another man. He changes their hair to giant afros]
Genie: [singing] So if you're a pauper or a shah, do something with your hair. / You mustn't wear an outfit that's naughty

Genie: And your name is...?
Thor: [lispy voice] I'm Thor.
Genie: You're Thor?
Thor: Well, it hurts.
Genie: Once again, this whole broadcast has been brought to you by sand! It's everywhere! Get used to it!

Genie: Observe! [pushes a button on the remote control and a Genie robot appears]
RoboGenie: You have violated the perimeter of the Aladdin and Jasmine wedding! Prepare to be vaporized. Thank you!
[he fires lasers; Genie, Aladdin, Cassim, and Iago duck]
Genie: Armed and dangerous! I'd like to see one of those 40 Thieves get within an inch of your wedding.
Iago: Ahem! Allow me to introduce...
Cassim: (laughs) The King of Thieves.
Genie: [shrieks, then calls on a walkie talkie] All units, we have a Code Red!
[he then transforms into dozens of S.W.A.T. troopers, who take up positions around the room, at the same time the area is locked up by sealed doors]
Genie: (as multiple S.W.A.T. troopers) Code Red! Code Red!
Genie: (as Scottish men) Come on, boys! Follow me! [all play bagpipes]
Genie: (as the Lone Ranger) Cavalry, FORWARD! [all Lone Rangers follow him]
Genie: (as paratroopers jumping out of a plane) Geronimo! Arapaho! Navajo! (as Pocahontas) Pocahontas!
[all the Genies surround Cassim on all sides]
Genie: Do not attempt to move or we'll be shooting ourselves!
Aladdin: [tries to push through the Genies] Genie!
Genie: Back off, Al, this creep's got a yellow sheet as long as my arm!
Aladdin: Genie, meet my dad.
(all the Genies stare wide-eyed at Cassim)
Genie: Stand down, men. Smoke 'em if you got 'em.
(all the other Genies disappear)
Genie: (to Cassim, threateningly) If you're Al's dad and the King of Thieves, I just wanna know one thing!
Cassim: Yeah?
Genie: (turns into a waiter) Will you be having the chicken or the sea bass?

Iago: Meet your match, Zorro!
Cassim: Good birdie. Polly want a little...
Iago: Say "cracker" and I'll let you have it on principle!

Aladdin: What's the ultimate treasure?
Cassim: The big one, boy. The Hand of Midas.
Aladdin: It's just a myth.
Cassim: It's not a myth, boy! It was once right here. Look, there's your proof! From stern to stem, every piece of rigging, every peg and board, all of it...solid gold!
Abu: Ooooh!
Iago: Adopt me, daddy-o!
Cassim: Touched by the Hand of Midas.
Aladdin: And sunk by it.

Thief: It is a good day to die.
Sa'luk: Or to come back from the dead.

Cassim: Who—
Aladdin: I've come to say "goodbye".
Cassim: Why are you—
Aladdin: We don't have much time. While the guards chase me, you get out.
Cassim: I can't let you—
Aladdin: Forget it! They can't catch me. (he tosses Cassim the keys)
Cassim: He even sounds like me.

Genie: [disguised as an old man] Ooh, in all my years, never have I seen the streets so full of bustle and hustle and assorted commotion!
Razoul: Our princess is to wed.
Genie: Ooh, wonderful! And who's the lucky prince?
Razoul: Not a prince at all. Just a no-account street rat.
Genie: [in his true form] No way! (grabs Razoul) Try it phonetically. It's...Aladdin! (A neon lit "Aladdin" sign appears as record scratches; blinks out) Aww– some of you don't believe. [Main titles appears, this time in Arabian style, as music resumes and fireworks pops]. (as Tinker Bell) In colour! (giggles)

Genie: Hmmm, maybe you, you could elope! No, you cantelope, [pulls a cantaloupe from nowhere] But oh Honeydew! [slaps fruit into view, it turns into a Cinderella carriage] I dunno if I should put it in Props or Produce! Please, don't squeeze the tires, they're not quite ripe!

Sultan: Frankly my boy, your actions were most disappointing.
Razoul: It is tragic, Your Highness, but the street rat has obviously followed in his father's footsteps. Aladdin is a criminal.
Genie: [as an attorney] I object, Your Honor! (turns Razoul into a bailiff and the Sultan into the judge) I object to that outrageous statement. And I object to a tertiary character having any lines during my big courtroom scene. (Hands him a suitcase and blasts him out of sight) Take this to a higher court, ciao!

Aladdin: Genie, I need my father's clothes.
Genie: Al, c'mon! Why you gonna try on the King of Thieves get-up? Might I suggest something that doesn't actually say "ARREST ME"?! (In black and white prisoner clothes)

Razoul: This is the spot, men.
Fazal: But there is nothing here.
Razoul: Now, but watch. Open caraway!
[the cave doesn't open]
Hakim: There is still nothing here.
Razoul: [mutters] When I get a hold of that no good...
Fazal: But I thought you said it was "open sesame".
[the ground vibrates as the cave opens up, Razoul grins wickedly]

Aladdin: Where is he?
Genie: (turns into Pumbaa from The Lion King) Hakuna Matata! (turns back, looks scared) Whoa. I was having an out-of-movie experience.

Aladdin: [on the Hand of Midas] After all these years, you finally have your treasure.
Cassim: This thing? No. This wretched thing almost cost me the ultimate treasure. [hugs Aladdin] It's you, son. You are my ultimate treasure. I'm just sorry it took me this long to realize it.

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