Aladdin and His Magic Lamp

Aladdin and His Magic Lamp
Directed by Jean Image
Written by France Image
Jean Image
Starring Gaston Guez
Henri Virlojeux
Claire Guibert
René Hiéronimus
Lucie Dolène
Fred Pasquali
Georges Atlas
Richard Francoeur
Michel Gudin
Paul Guez
Jean-Pierre Leroux
Lita Recio
Music by Fred Freed
Cinematography Per Olaf Csongova
Studio Films Jean Image
Release date(s) 28 January 1970
Running time 71 Minutes
Country France
Language French

Aladdin and His Magic Lamp (French: Aladin et la Lampe Merveilleuse) is a 1970 French animated film directed by Jean Image. It is loosely based on the Arabian Nights tale of Aladdin. Made by Image's fifty-artist crew on a limited schedule in 1969 (from April to November of that year), the film proved successful with children upon its original release.

Paramount Pictures, who picked up the American rights for the film, released it on 1 July 1975 as part of its Saturday "Family Matinee" cinema program. It was Image's second and final film to receive a U.S. release.

Voice cast

  • Gaston Guez ... Aladdin
  • Henri Virlojeux ... African magician
  • Claire Guibert ... mother of Aladdin
  • René Hiéronimus ... Hou-hou
  • Lucie Dolène ... princess
  • Fred Pasquali ... the genie of the ring
  • Georges Atlas ... the genie of the ring
  • Richard Francoeur ... the sultan
  • Michel Gudin ... the narrator
  • Paul Guez ... Aladdin as child
  • Jean-Pierre Leroux ... Aladdin as teenager
  • Lita Recio ... Can-Can

See also

References

  • Beck, Jerry (2005), p. 9. The Animated Movie Guide. ISBN 1-55652-591-5. Chicago Reader Press. Retrieved April 6, 2007.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • (French) Planète Jeunesse page
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