Aladdin: The Return of Jafar

Other mistake: Near the beginning, when Abis Mal is catapulted by Iago, he is launched in a lobbed way but, strangely, he flies straight to the thieves.

Continuity mistake: In the scene where the Genie is singing in the beginning of the movie, towards the end of the song when they are up in the palace, when Genie, Aladdin, and Jasmine first throw their arms out, you see that Jasmine's arms are behind Genie's. But when they turn around facing the outside, you see her arms in front of Genie's.

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Abis Mal, the Chief of the Thieves: Who are you?
Aladdin 'Al': My friends call me Al, but you can call me Aladdin.
Abis Mal, the Chief of the Thieves: Gah - hurt him.

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Trivia: The only "Aladdin" film out of the original trilogy to not feature Robin Williams as the voice of the Genie. Williams had a falling out with the producers of the first film, and refused to return to voice the character. He did, however, act as an adviser for the role during pre-production and helped the producers find his replacement, Dan Castellaneta. Eventually, Williams and the producers settled their differences, and he returned to voice the Genie in the third film.

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Answer: The Genie says his powers were diminished after Aladdin freed him.

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Wouldn't the same thing happen to Jafar if Jafar was freed?

Yes. The same thing would happen to Jafar if Abis Mal did free him but, as seen, Abis Mal never wished for Jafar to be free. Jafar was still a genie because he still had the bands attached to his wrist.

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