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Encyclopedia > Jafar (Aladdin)
جعفر
Jafar

Jafar himself on the VHS cover.
First appearance Aladdin (1992)
Created by John Musker, Ron Clements

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Voiced by Jonathan Freeman
Also known as

Jafar (Arabic: جعفر [Ja'far]) is a fictional character, voiced by Jonathan Freeman in the Disney film Aladdin and its sequel, The Return of Jafar. He is an evil sorcerer and the former Grand Vizier of the Sultan of Agrabah. He does not appear in Aladdin and the King of Thieves, but he is mentioned by the Genie and is seen wearing a mask of Jafar. This article needs additional references or sources for verification. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... Arabic can mean: From or related to Arabia From or related to the Arabs The Arabic language; see also Arabic grammar The Arabic alphabet, used for expressing the languages of Arabic, Persian, Malay ( Jawi), Kurdish, Panjabi, Pashto, Sindhi and Urdu, among others. ... A fictional character is any person, persona, identity, or entity whose existence originates from a work of fiction. ... This article needs additional references or sources for verification. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... Disney redirects here. ... This article is about the Disney film. ... For other uses, see Sequel (disambiguation). ... The Return of Jafar (later retitled Aladdin: The Return of Jafar) is a 1994 direct-to-video sequel to the 1992 film Aladdin, produced by The Walt Disney Company. ... ik ben jaaapie A Vizier (Persian,وزير - wazÄ«r) (sometimes also spelled Vazir, Vizir, Vasir, Wazir, Vesir, or Vezir - grammatical vowel changes are common in many oriental languages), literally burden-bearer or helper, is a term, originally Persian, for a high-ranking political (and sometimes religious) advisor or minister, often to... Aladdin and the King of Thieves is a direct-to-video animated film made by Disney, released on August 13, 1996. ... Genie Genie is a fictional character from the Disney animated features canon movie Aladdin, as well as related series and sequels. ...

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Creation and conception

Jafar's name seems to be derived from a character named Jafar or Giafar (Arabic: جعفر‎) in tales of the Arabian Nights, who is the Vizier to the 9th century Abbasid Caliph Harun al-Rashid; this character in turn was based on a real-life vizier, Ja'far bin Yahya Barmaki. Harun and Giafar were the protagonists of many stories in Arabian Nights, but Giafar was never presented as a villain. Harun did have the real Ja'far bin Yahya Barmaki beheaded after a dispute arising from allegations that Ja'far had engaged in an affair with the Caliph's sister. The original tale of Aladdin, a Syrian story not originally attached to the Arabian Nights, features two characters who correspond to Disney's Jafar. One is an unnamed vizier who is jealous of Aladdin but does not serve as a real villain; the other is the major antagonist, an evil magician from the Maghreb in North Africa who introduces Aladdin to his magical lamp. Another inspiration to the character is the villain Jaffar, played by Conrad Veidt in The Thief of Bagdad, from which Aladdin borrows several character ideas and plot elements. Aladdin's Jafar plays basically the same part than the character from the 1940 movie, and is drawn with notable similarity to Conrad Veidt's looks[1]. Arabic redirects here. ... Queen Scheherazade tells her stories to King Shahryar. ... Mashriq Dynasties  Maghrib Dynasties  The Abbasid Caliphate Abbasid (Arabic: , ) is the dynastic name generally given to the caliph of Baghdad, the second of the two great Sunni dynasties of the Arab Empire, that overthrew the Umayyad caliphs from all but Spain. ... For main article see: Caliphate The Caliph (pronounced khaleef in Arabic) is the head of state in a Caliphate, and the title for the leader of the Islamic Ummah, an Islamic community ruled by the Sharia. ... Bold textItalic text == Headline text ==He was born a 4 headed man but 3 of his 4 heads died along with all but one of his 90 hearts. ... Jafar bin Yahya Barmaki (Arabic: ‎, ja`far ben yaḥyā) (767-803) was the son of Harun al-Rashids Vizier Yahya ibn Khalid, from whom he inherited that position. ... The Arab Maghreb Union This article is about the region. ...  Northern Africa (UN subregion)  geographic, including above North Africa or Northern Africa is the northernmost region of the African continent, separated by the Sahara from Sub-Saharan Africa. ... Conrad Veidt in The Spy in Black (1939). ... This is about the 1940 film starring Sabu. ...


Patrick Stewart was originally offered the role of Jafar, but scheduling conflicts with Star Trek: The Next Generation forced him to turn down the role. He has said in interviews that this is his biggest regret in his career, and in the top three of biggest regrets of his life.[2] This article is about the actor. ... The title as it appeared in most episodes opening credits. ...


Animator Andreas Deja decided to design Jafar in a way he was contrasting to the other characters, with many vertical lines against the curvy designs based on Al Hirschfeld.[3] When Deja first met Jonathan Freeman, he was surprised to see the lack of physical similarity to the character - but also englobed some of Freeman's acting and gesturing into Jafar's animation.[4] Andreas Deja (born in 1957 in Gdańsk, Poland), is a Polish-born German character animator for The Walt Disney Company. ... Al Hirschfeld photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1955 Albert Hirschfeld (June 21, 1903 – January 20, 2003) was an American caricaturist, best known for his simple black and white satirical portraits of celebrities and Broadway stars. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ...


Characteristics

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Personality

Jafar is portrayed as an amoral psychopath who will not hesitate to destroy anyone he perceives as a threat to his own sinister designs. Like numerous clinically-diagnosed psychopaths, Jafar wears a metaphorical mask of normalcy throughout the film, establishing himself as a cool-headed schemer and gaining the trust of those around him, despite his rather untrustworthy physical appearance. Even with this mask, Jafar's psychopathic tendencies tend to seep through and become apparent to the viewer, particularly in the opening sequence, where Jafar displays no remorse in sending Gazeem the Thief to his death in the Cave of Wonders, simply proclaiming that "Gazeem was obviously less than worthy" in a rather dry tone of voice. The deleted song "Humiliate the Boy" also establishes Jafar as an emotional sadist, getting a laugh out of seeing "another fellow's dreams turn into nightmares one by one" and treating the Genie in an especially harsh manner. It is not until Jafar gains control of the Genie's lamp that he shows his true colors, becoming more short-tempered with his subjects after usurping power from the Sultan. It is this impulsive behavior that leads to his downfall, as he uses his third wish to become an omnipotent genie, unaware of the life inside the lamp that he now has to endure. Sadistic personality disorder was never formally admitted into the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM); nevertheless, some researchers and theorists continue to use its criteria. ...


Jafar is usually shown to be somewhat comedic and plucky (giving a slight human side to his usual evil, a trait not usually seen in Disney villains), even in his times of evil and cunning, proclaiming "Ewww..." when contemplating decapitation. This, however, doesn't keep Jafar from having a sub-par sense of humor himself, spurting several puns in a row while keeping Aladdin and his friends from getting the lamp during the film's climax ("Don't toy with me!", "Things are unraveling fast now, boy!", "Get the point?", "I'm just getting warmed up!") This comical humor does not carry over in the film's direct-to-video sequel, which aimed to make Jafar more sinister and ruthless. For other uses, see Pun (disambiguation). ...


Appearance

Jafar is similar in appearance and actions to Maleficent. He is tall and thin, wears a long, twisted goatee, and is almost always depicted in flowing robes of black, dark red and other moody colors, giving him an overtly villainous appearance. When he is granted true magical abilities, upon wishing to become the world's most powerful sorcerer, his outfit's angular qualities become more exaggerated, his hat and his wardrobe's shoulders growing into elongated spikes. His golden, cobra-headed staff is also granted unnatural life, its mouth opening to spit spells. His appearance further, and most drastically, distorts when he wishes to become an all-powerful genie, after which he transforms into a massive, red-skinned entity with talons, glowing yellow eyes and an immense, muscular physique, a direct contrast to the good Genie's soft, blue appearance. In the direct-to-video sequel, Jafar has the ability to change from this fearsome genie form back into his familiar (and human) sorcerer attire, which is notably less conspicuous. Jafar has a pet parrot named Iago, who normally perches on his shoulders or his staff, and who eventually switches sides in The Return of Jafar. Maleficent is the wicked dark fairy and main antagonist in Walt Disneys 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. ... For other uses, see Genie (disambiguation). ... Systematics (but see below) Family Cacatuidae (cockatoos) Subfamily Microglossinae (Palm Cockatoo) Subfamily Calyptorhynchinae (dark cockatoos) Subfamily Cacatuinae (white cockatoos) Family Psittacidae (true parrots) Subfamily Loriinae (lories and lorikeets) Subfamily Psittacinae (typical parrots and allies) Tribe Arini (American psittacines) Tribe Cyclopsitticini (fig parrots) Tribe Micropsittini (pygmy parrots) Tribe Nestorini (kakas and... Iago (voiced by Gilbert Gottfried) is a fictional character in the 1992 Disney animated film Aladdin, a talking parrot, he is a Scarlet macaw species who served as a sidekick for Jafar. ...


Abilities

Despite his magical aspirations, Jafar is actually incapable of performing any supernatural feats during the majority of Aladdin. He is shown to be scholarly and learned in arcane lore, his secret chamber filled with strange devices and stacks of tomes, and, as such, he operates more on the level of an alchemist throughout the film’s duration than an actual magician. Instead of casting spells, he relies on previously prepared potions capable of producing magical phenomena, smashing a vial of red liquid onto the floor, for example, in order to create a cloud of smoke. He relies heavily on certain relics in his possession, such as his snake-headed staff which is capable, through its enchanted ruby eyes, of hypnotizing people. A gigantic hourglass which he keeps in his study also serves as a crystal ball for him, granting him the ability to see the outside world. He is also a master of disguise, assuming the appearance of an old beggar man in order to gain Aladdin’s confidence. He operates largely through his underworld connections, such as with the thief, Gazeem, as well as his position of authority within the palace, which places the entire Royal Guard under his command. His inability to perform real magic is primarily what drives Jafar to search for the Genie’s magical lamp, and after achieving it, his second wish is to become the world’s most powerful sorcerer. After he makes this wish, he is noticeably able to perform a radical assortment of spells on a mere whim, such as manipulating physical bodies, levitating objects (as well himself), materializing weaponry from thin air, spitting fire and, most impressively, shapeshifting into an enormous serpent. During this stage, he is never again forced to rely on his talismans, potions, or disguises. For other uses, see Alchemy (disambiguation). ...


In The Return of Jafar he is depicted as being a genie of almost unlimited power, easily defeating the Genie with a musical number ("You're Only Second Rate") and imprisoning him in a magical orb and being immune to all of Genie's spells. Though he seems to be bound by the same rules as the Genie (most notably being unable to kill), Jafar easily finds ways around these limitations, such as transporting the bandit Abis Mal underwater when he wishes for sunken treasure and threatening to let him drown. His only one weakness is his black lamp, as he will die if the lamp is destroyed.


In one appearance, Hercules and the Arabian Night, he has lost his status as a genie. However, he is still able to perform magic with his staff, although it is not as good as when he was the world's most powerful sorcerer. Here he is able to summon giant monsters, fire non-fatal blasts of red energy, and freeze things in blocks of ice. It seems likely that this magic was provided by Hades when he revived Jafar.


History

Films

In the first film, Jafar tries to use Genie's powers to take over Agrabah, first wishing to become the sultan, and then the most powerful sorcerer in the world. After battling Aladdin with his questionable sense of humor, Jafar transforms himself into a giant cobra in an attempt to kill Aladdin, but just as Jafar is squeezing him to death, Aladdin tricks Jafar into using his third and final wish to become an all-powerful genie himself and the strongest entity in the Disney universe. In Western culture, genies are almost always portrayed as being confined to small oil lamps until they are released to do a human's bidding; Jafar is therefore trapped by his own selfish wish for power. Genie Genie is a fictional character from the Disney animated features canon movie Aladdin, as well as related series and sequels. ... In fiction a wish is a supernatural gift granting the recipients unlimited request. ... For other uses, see Genie (disambiguation). ... Antique bronze oil lamp with Christian symbol (replica) A terra-cotta oil lamp, Antique oil lamp (replica) An oil lamp is a simple vessel used to produce light continuously for a period of time from a fuel source. ...


Jafar is more a present part of the plot than other Disney villains, especially during the era in which he was created, with proportionately more airtime than most other Disney villains. Many scenes featuring Aladdin are mirrored with scenes featuring Jafar, back to back, in which one can see Jafar's interactions with other characters, giving the viewer a more "personal" experience with the villain. His unique characteristics compared to most Disney villains are probably the reason that he lived at the end of his movie, at the same time arguing with Iago ("Get your blasted beak out of my face!" "Oh, shut up, you moron!" "Don't tell me to shut up!").


In The Return of Jafar, the now-genie Jafar is released by Abis Mal, and, after cunningly making Abis-Mal waste his first two wishes, threatens Abis into helping him. His plan included kidnapping (and in some instances, replacing) the royal family and framing Aladdin for the Sultan's "death," which would have caused him to be beheaded, but (with help from a reformed Iago) the heroes manage to escape. When Jafar discovers this, he opens up a fissure into the earth in order to destroy Aladdin and the others. Believing to have won, Jafar is surprised to see Iago genuinely helping the heroes and shoots down his former ally with a fireball as Iago grabs the lamp. A badly injured Iago manages to kick the lamp into the lava, melting the lamp into nothingness. With a scream of anger and fear, Jafar disintegrates in a burst of light and disappears. Abis Mal is a villain from Disneys Aladdin series who first appeared in The Return of Jafar. ...


Jafar later made one more attempt at revenge in an episode ("Hercules and the Arabian Night") of Disney's Hercules TV-show spinoff, where he is temporarily revived by Hercules's arch-enemy, Hades, although he lost his status as an all-powerful immortal genie when he died. The two villains team up to get rid of Aladdin and Hercules by having them fight against each other, but their plan fails and Jafar ends up dead again when Hercules snaps his staff in half, and has not at this point made any reappearances in the official Aladdin continuity. Hercules and the Arabian Night is an episode of Disneys Hercules: The Animated Series. ... Advertising poster for the film. ... Hades, played by James Woods, is the villain in the 1997 movie Hercules, based on the Greek god Hades. ...


As far as Jafar's family goes, he has a fraternal twin sister named Nasira who tried bringing her brother back to life in the game Nasira's Revenge. Jafar's sister is very similar both in appearance and actions as Maleficent. She respects Jafar and the sibling bond between them is very strong. Maleficent is the wicked dark fairy and main antagonist in Walt Disneys 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. ...


Kingdom Hearts series

Jafar's Japanese voice actor in all these games is Akira Takarada. He is voiced by Jonathan Freeman in the English version of the games. Jafar and Maleficent seem to be close friends in Kingdom Hearts. Akira Takarada was born on April 29, 1934 in Japanese occupied Korea, Akira Takarada rose from the Toho New Face program (with Yu Fujiki and Momoko Kochi) to become one of the most recognizable men associated with the original Godzilla series, even though he appeared in only four installments. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... Maleficent is the wicked dark fairy and main antagonist in Walt Disneys 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. ...


Jafar debuted as one of the members of Maleficent's inner circle. Here, he plans to use the Heartless and take over Agrabah. Eventually, Jafar kidnaps Princess Jasmine, one of the seven Princesses of Heart. Aladdin tries to save her by using a wish, but Iago then steals the lamp and gives it to Jafar. Jafar tries to kill Sora by sending the Pot Centipede Heartless after him while he makes his way to the Cave of Wonders. He uses his magic to control the Cave of Wonders Guardian. Inside the Cave of Wonders, Jafar makes his first wish to show Agrabah's Keyhole.[5] Then, at Jafar's boss fight, he makes his second wish to make Genie crush Sora and the gang. Genie then reluctantly fights alongside Jafar against Sora and friends.[6] During this fight, Jafar typically stands on one of the stone blocks located around the area and attacks from above with a continuous beam of fire and a large ice storm in the center area of the room, occasionally drifting down for a more personal assault with his staff. After he is damaged enough in these confrontations, he turns into a ball of light and floats away, then resumes human form to continue the cycle again. In addition, when hit with Gravity magic, Jafar forms a protective shield around himself. After a brief moment of peace, Jafar makes his third wish to become a powerful genie and sinks into an underground lava filled chamber in which his boss fight takes place, throwing large spheres of lava at the party, and firing beams of magic from his eyes. His only vulnerable point is his lamp (carried by Iago), and following his defeat, Sora pulls him back into his lamp, but discovers too late that Jasmine is gone, having been taken away by Riku. After his defeat, Hades (meeting with Maleficent, Captain Hook, and Riku) comments that Jafar would have succeeded if Riku had assisted. Maleficent, however, explains that Jafar was beyond help and was consumed by his own hatred. She also warns Hades not to follow the same path.[7] In the Kingdom Hearts manga, Jafar is somewhat afraid or intimidated by Maleficent,[8] but quickly disregards her once he transforms into a genie.[9] Maleficent is the wicked dark fairy and main antagonist in Walt Disneys 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. ... The symbol of the Heartless The Heartless ) are creatures of darkness who serve as the antagonists in the fictional universe of the Kingdom Hearts video game series. ... Agrabah is the fictional middle eastern land from the movie Aladdin,Agrabah has a huge poverty population. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Iago (voiced by Gilbert Gottfried) is a fictional character in the 1992 Disney animated film Aladdin, a talking parrot, he is a Scarlet macaw species who served as a sidekick for Jafar. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ... Gerald du Maurier as Captain Hook Captain James Hook is the villain of J. M. Barries play and novel Peter Pan. ... Riku is a Finnish and Japanese given name. ...


Jafar appears in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories with the Heartless to take over a facsimile of Agrabah created from Sora's memories. In order to get the lamp, he tricks Aladdin to get the lamp so he could make Jasmine marry him.[10] Jafar's first wish is to obtain Jasmine in hopes of becoming King of Agrabah.[11] Elsewhere, he makes his second wish to make Genie protect him from a sneak attack, which was actually planned by Aladdin to have Jafar waste the wish.[12] Jafar's third and final wish is to become a genie.[13] He teleports the gang to a room filled with lava and attacks by throwing magma rocks, shooting lasers and pounding his fists. He is unique in that he is the only boss that cannot be directly attacked; the player must attack Iago, who carries the lamp, when the platforms rise to an appropriate height. In the end, Jafar is defeated. Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories is a video game for the Game Boy Advance and the second installment in the Kingdom Hearts series, bridging the gap between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. This game was released in the United States on December 7, 2004. ...

In this scene in Kingdom Hearts II, Jafar has chained Jasmine to the Palace doors.

In Kingdom Hearts II, Jafar's lamp is found by the Peddler, making him a target for Pete, who intends to make Jafar into a Heartless under his control.[14] But Sora and gang manage to take the lamp and seal it in hope Jafar would never reappear. But that is not to be when the Peddler discovers the lamp's hiding place and releases Jafar. After forcing Iago to keep Sora occupied with a magical clone of himself, Jafar kidnaps Jasmine. But Sora, Donald, Goofy, Aladdin and Iago escape the ruins and appear at the Palace to save Jasmine, with Iago taking the fireball that Jafar aimed at Aladdin. Jafar then takes to the skies in another attempt to destroy Agrabah, having Sora pursue him into the sky on the magic carpet, where Jafar used his genie-powers to alter reality against Sora. However, Sora destroys him, his mystical body damaged enough to explode, and Jafar's lamp is no more. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Kingdom Hearts II ) is an action role-playing game developed by Square Enix and published by Square Enix and Buena Vista Games (now Disney Interactive Studios) in 2005 for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game console. ... Pete (also known by countless other names, including Peg-Leg Pete and Black Pete) is a fictional character from the Walt Disney Company stables. ... Riding a Flying Carpet, an 1880 painting by Viktor Vasnetsov. ...


Appearances in other media

Jafar also appears at the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts as a meetable character. Disney Parks Worldwide logo Walt Disney Parks and Resorts is the division of The Walt Disney Company that conceives, builds and manages the companys theme parks and vacation resorts, as well as a variety of additional family-oriented leisure enterprises. ...


In the Disney's Hollywood Studios version of Fantasmic! Nighttime Show Spectacular, Jafar is one of the villains The Queen evokes to fight Mickey Mouse and ruin his imagination. Like the movie, Jafar turns into a giant Cobra. When Mickey finds a lamp, he rubs it assuming it'll help, but Jafar instead changes into a Genie. Jafar then responds by calling Hades and Chernabog to help the rest of the villains. Mickey eventually defeats him with the rest of the villains after killing the dragon version of Maleficent. Disney-MGM Studios is a theme park at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA. The third park to open at the resort, it debuted on May 1, 1989. ... Fantasmic! is the night-time fireworks and visual hydrotechnic show at Disneyland in California and Disney-MGM Studios, Florida. ... The Brothers Grimm version The Queen is a fictional character in the Brothers Grimm fairy tale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and the Disney animated film based on it. ... Mickey Mouse is an Academy Award-winning comic animal cartoon character who has become an icon for The Walt Disney Company. ... Hades, voiced by James Woods, is the villain in the 1997 movie Hercules, based on the Greek god Hades. ... Chernabog is a fictional character who appears in the Night on Bald Mountain segment of Walt Disneys Fantasia (1940). ... Maleficent is the wicked dark fairy and main antagonist in Walt Disneys 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. ...


Jafar appears with Ursula the Sea Witch, Oogie Boogie and Maleficent in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom halloween-themed fireworks program HalloWishes at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Ursula is a villainess who first appeared in the 1989 Disney animated feature film, The Little Mermaid. ... Oogie Boogie. ... Maleficent is the wicked dark fairy and main antagonist in Walt Disneys 1959 adaptation of Sleeping Beauty. ... Cinderella Castle, at the center of the Magic Kingdom, is Walt Disney World Resorts most recognizable icon Introduction Owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company, the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, USA is home to four theme parks, two water parks, several resort hotels and golf courses... The Magic Kingdom is a theme park within the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando. ... This article is about the holiday. ... For other uses, see Fireworks (disambiguation). ... HalloWishes (known by its full title of Happy HalloWishes: A Grim Grinning Ghosts Spooktacular in the Sky) is a fireworks show that takes place in lieu of Wishes at Mickeys Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, a separate-admission (hard ticket) event held in September and October at Walt Disney... Mickeys Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a separate-admission (a/k/a hard-ticket) Halloween-themed event held annually during the months of September and October at the Magic Kingdom theme park of the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, outside Orlando. ...


Jafar is featured in several episodes of House of Mouse. He also appears briefly in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse, and acts as the leader of the Disney villains in Mickey's House of Villains. The House of Mouse is a Disney cartoon show where Mickey Mouse and his friends run a nighclub called The House of Mouse, which shows Disney cartons as part of its floor show. ... Mickeys House of Villains is a direct-to-video film created by Disney. ...


Jafar also briefly appears in a cutaway gag in the Family Guy episode "Lois Kills Stewie" in a fictional film mentioned by Stewie called "Aladdin 4: Jafar May Need Glasses". However, Jonathan Freeman did not reprise his voice and it was done without his usual sinister tone. Family Guy is an Emmy Award-winning American animated television series about a dysfunctional family in the fictional town of Quahog, Rhode Island. ... Lois Kills Stewie is the conclusion of the two-part 100th Episode story arc of the FOX animated television series Family Guy (Part 1 being Stewie Kills Lois), and also features cameos with characters from American Dad!, another animated comedy series created and produced by Seth MacFarlane. ... Stewie redirects here. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ...


References

  1. ^ Foster on Film - Fantasy: The Thief of Bagdad
  2. ^ IMDb trivia. Retrieved on 2007-09-04.
  3. ^ Aladdin animator used subtlety to design strong villain. The Tech (1992-11-20).
  4. ^ Aladdin Platinum Edition, Disc 2: Diamond in the Rough: The Making of Aladdin.
  5. ^ Jafar: My first wish, Genie! Show me the Keyhole! Square. Kingdom Hearts. Square Electronic Arts. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2002-11-15)
  6. ^ Jafar: Genie! My second wish. Crush them! / Aladdin: Genie, no! / Genie: Sorry, Al. The one with the lamp calls the shots. I don’t have a choice. Square. Kingdom Hearts. Square Electronic Arts. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2002-11-15)
  7. ^ Hades: That smarmy vizier could’ve had `em — if someone had stuck around to give him a hand. / Riku: Hey, I did my part. I brought the princess, didn’t I? / Maleficent: Jafar was beyond help, consumed by his own hatred. One should beware of letting it burn too fiercely. Square. Kingdom Hearts. Square Electronic Arts. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2002-11-15)
  8. ^ Jafar: Excellent, Genie! With your powers, we can rule the world together! / Genie: Gimme a break, master. / Maleficent: Jafar, are you thinking of setting out on your own? / Jafar: (visibly startled) Maleficent! I was only kidding... / Maleficent: Try me. I can easily find a replacement. / Jafar: ... Shiro Amano (w,p,i).  Kingdom Hearts vol. 2,  (2006-01-10)  Tokyopop. ISBN 1-59816-218-7
  9. ^ Jafar: Forget Maleficent. With these powers, I can rule the universe!! Shiro Amano (w,p,i).  Kingdom Hearts vol. 2,  (2006-01-10)  Tokyopop. ISBN 1-59816-218-7
  10. ^ Aladdin: Well, there's this girl. Her name is Jasmine. She's princess of Agrabah. And...that's the problem. It's hard for a guy like me to get a chance to see her. That's how this all started. Jafar, the royal vizier, said he would help me meet Jasmine. Square. Kingdom Hearts. Square Electronic Arts. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2002-11-15)
  11. ^ Jafar: If I marry Princess Jasmine, nothing can stop me from becoming king of Agrabah! You're nothing more than a pawn in my game, street rat! Genie! My first wish! Deliver Jasmine to me! Square. Kingdom Hearts. Square Electronic Arts. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2002-11-15)
  12. ^ Jafar: What's this? Has Aladdin given up on his precious Jasmine already? Well, I'm not going to waste a wish on the likes of you three. I'll deal with you myself! / Sora: Aladdin! Now! (Aladdin appears) / Jafar: What? You! Genie, seize him! (Aladdin charges toward Jafar, only to have Genie appear in front of him.) / Genie: Al, forgive me! (Genie knocks Aladdin away) / Aladdin: Oof... You fell for it, Jafar! / Jafar: What do you mean? / Sora: He means that you just blew your second wish! Only one left! Square. Kingdom Hearts. Square Electronic Arts. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2002-11-15)
  13. ^ Jafar: Well, well. The cunning of a rat. But, unfortunately, you can't see beyond the cheese. Your little ploy changes nothing! I can crush you once and for all AND make Jasmine my own! Genie! My last wish! Transform me into an all-powerful genie! Square. Kingdom Hearts. Square Electronic Arts. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2002-11-15)
  14. ^ Pete: Nice try, bird brain. Just wait till Jafar's free! He's gonna make one beauty of a Heartless! Square. Kingdom Hearts. Square Electronic Arts. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2002-11-15)

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