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In the final episode of the Aladdin Series, we pick up where we left off in episode 5b, with Disney’s Aladdin trying to repair the damage of his first attempt to court Princess Jasmine, and Aladdin from the “One Thousand and One Nights” sabotaging Princess Badr Al-Badur’s marriage to the son of the Sultan’s grand vizier. There is plenty of excitement left in this near two-hour series finale.
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The Fairy Tale by Roberto Ignis
Middle Eastern Cinematic Trailer by Omegamusic
Ma Fi Noum by Najwa Karam
The Orientals by The Khatib Brothers
Delirium by Ibrahim Maalouf
Mashalla by Mezdeke
Break Away by CFO$
Let’s Light It Up by Kari Kimmel
Bath Music by Ar Tonelico 2
Alf Leila wi Leila by Ghada-Derbas and the Michigan Arab Orchestra
Lyons, Malcom; Lyons, Ursula “Art of Mulan, “The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights: Volume 1” Penguin Classics (February 4, 2010)
Lyons, Malcom; Lyons, Ursula “Art of Mulan, “The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights: Volume 2” Penguin Classics (February 4, 2010)
Lyons, Malcom; Lyons, Ursula “Art of Mulan, “The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights: Volume 3” Penguin Classics (February 4, 2010)
“Aladdin” Dir. Ron Clemens, John Musker, Buena Vista Pictures 1992
“The Thief of Baghdad” , Dir. Ludwig Berger, Michael Powell, Tim Whelan, United Artists, 1940
World Wide Web
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scheherazade – Scheherazade
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Thousand_and_One_Nights – One Thousand and One Nights
Francesco McLeod says
I have done more research than you have, Paul, concerning the whole roc’s egg thing and I found this article:
Anyway, what it suggests is that the whole issue of a giant bird being the djinn’s master is unique to the story alone and that it represents that the genie bows to a higher authority than Aladdin, who is not his “actual” master. However, it is possible that M. Galland added that bit in without thinking things through all the way.