Trivia: There is a short scene after the credits.
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.
Trivia: "The Return of Jafar" is notable for being Disney's first direct-to-video animated sequel, and it served as the start a long line of such films in the '90s and 2000s. Though oddly, it wasn't originally meant to be a feature film. The movie instead began as an hour-long pilot for the "Aladdin" television series and was meant to air as a TV-special. But "Aladdin" series producer and co-director Tad Stones liked the story and characters so much, he pushed to expand the story and release it on VHS as a proper "sequel" to the first movie. It took some convincing, but eventually Disney executives fell in love with the idea and agreed.