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Plans for the third and final chapter of the Aladdin trilogy date back to early 1995, with the film set for an original release date of Fall 1995, but the film was apparently delayed for a long time, until it was finally released on August 13, 1996.


Synopsis

Everyone's third wish comes true in Aladdin's ultimate adventure when Robin Williams returns as the voice of Genie. From the Cave of Wonders, to the Vanishing Isle, Disney's amazing Aladdin movie trilogy finishes as it began-with magical, musical, history-making entertainment! People near and far are heading for Agrabah as the royal wedding of the century is about to take place. But before Aladdin and Jasmine can say "I Do", the legendary Forty Thieves spoil everything in a desperate search for the powerful Hand Of Midas-the ultimate treasure that turns all it touches into gold. When the dust settles, a mysterious, all-knowing oracle reveals that Aladdin's long-lost father is still alive, sparking a quest that leads directly to the dangerous, secret den of the King of Thieves!

Will Aladdin ever find his father? Who will control the mighty Hand of Midas? Will Aladdin and Jasmine finally get married? All the answers await you in Disney's spectacular song-filled, action-packed finale, starring everyone's favorite characters from Aladdin!

VHS Supplements

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 7, 1991
2 Coming Soon to Theaters October 19, 1994
3 Trailer for 101 Dalmatians (Live Action) August 13, 1996
4 Coming Soon to Videocassette October 19, 1994
5 Video preview for Muppet Treasure Island April 24, 1996
6 Video preview for Oliver & Company April 30, 1996
7 Video preview for James and the Giant Peach July 30, 1996
8 Feature Presentation November 22, 1991
9 Walt Disney Home Video logo March 5, 1992
10 Aladdin and the King of Thieves August 13, 1996

Advertised on:

  1. Camp Nowhere (March 24, 1995)
  2. Angels in the Outfield (March 24, 1995)
  3. All of 4 Disney's Princess Collection: Jasmine's Enchanted Tales (VHS) (June 6, 1995 and February 28, 1996)
  4. All of 2 Disney's Princess Collection: Ariel's Songs & Stories (VHS) (June 6, 1995)
  5. Squanto: A Warrior's Tale (June 20, 1995 and February 28, 1996)
  6. Disney's Aladdin and Jasmine's Moonlight Magic (January 9, 1996)
  7. The Best of Roger Rabbit (February 20, 1996)
  8. Man of the House (February 28, 1996)
  9. Tall Tale: The Unbelievable Adventure (February 28, 1996)
  10. Heavyweights (1996 VHS) (February 28, 1996)
  11. Pocahontas (February 28, 1996)
  12. Operation Dumbo Drop (March 19, 1996)
  13. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (March 27, 1996)
  14. The Aristocats (April 24, 1996)
  15. Dumbo (1996 VHS)
  16. The Three Caballeros (1996 VHS)
  17. So Dear to My Heart (1996 VHS)
  18. Alice in Wonderland (1996 VHS)
  19. The Sword in the Stone (1996 VHS)
  20. Mary Poppins (1996 VHS)
  21. Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1996 VHS)
  22. Robin Hood (1996 VHS)
  23. Pete's Dragon (1996 VHS)
  24. Tom and Huck (May 1, 1996)
  25. While You Were Sleeping (May 1, 1996)
  26. Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Topsy Turvy (June 25, 1996)
  27. Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco (July 31, 1996)
  28. James and the Giant Peach (Demo)

In Other Countries

Country of origin Release date
South Korea December 1996
UK January 1997
Japan March 20, 1997
Australia November 28, 1997

Television broadcasts

Aladdin and the King of Thieves premiered on ABC on February 8, 1998, and aired on the Disney Channel from October 17, 1999 to March 4, 2000.

Gallery

Videos

Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996) Trailer (VHS Capture)

Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996) Trailer (VHS Capture)

Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996) Trailer 2 (VHS Capture)

Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996) Trailer 2 (VHS Capture)

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