Aladdin and His Magic Lamp (1970 film)
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.
|Aladdin and His Magic Lamp|
|Directed by||Jean Image|
|Written by||France Image|
|Music by||Fred Freed|
|Cinematography||Per Olaf Csongova|
Films Jean Image
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Paramount Pictures, who picked up the American rights for the film, released it on July 1, 1975, as part of its Saturday "Family Matinee" cinema program. It was Image's second and final film to receive a U.S. release.
- Gaston Guez as Aladdin
- Henri Virlojeux as African magician
- Claire Guibert as mother of Aladdin
- René Hiéronimus as Hou-hou
- Lucie Dolène as princess
- Fred Pasquali as the genie of the ring
- Georges Atlas as the genie of the lamp
- Richard Francoeur as the sultan
- Michel Gudin as the narrator
- Paul Guez as Aladdin as child
- Jean-Pierre Leroux as Aladdin as teenager
- Lita Recio as Can-Can
- List of animated feature-length films
- Beck, Jerry (2005), p. 9. The Animated Movie Guide. ISBN 1-55652-591-5. Chicago Reader Press. Retrieved April 6, 2007.