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#24 - chthulhu
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(12/20/2012) [-]
Also, the genie is that guy at the beginning who tries to sell the viewer the lamp.

At the end of Aladdin, Aladdin uses his last wish to free the genie from the lamp. Direct to VHS movies aside, who says that, when freed from the lamp, the genie got to keep all his awesome powers? What says that, after flying off into the distance in the end, he didn't flop down into the desert sand, powerless and mortal?

Now, at the beginning of the movie the merchant on the left is trying to sell you said lamp, which the genie took with him while flying off. He attempts to do so by telling you the events of the movie. However, during the course of the movie, the merchant is never seen. If he was never there, how can he possibly know the whole story that lead to the genie's freedom.

Also, the two character's are very similar. Both wear blue with a red band around the waist, have a curly beard.

To seal the ******* deal, both are voiced by Robin Williams