Diamond in the Rough: The Making of Aladdin Trailer

Diamond in the Rough: The Making of Aladdin Trailer (2004)

05 October 2004 Factual 99 mins

The making of Disney's Aladdin

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Cast

Randy Cartwright

as Randy Cartwright

Andreas Deja

as Andreas Deja

Jonathan Freeman

as Jonathan Freeman

Eric Goldberg

as Eric Goldberg

Gilbert Gottfried

as Gilbert Gottfried

Gilbert Gottfried

as Brad Kane

Glen Keane

as Glen Keane

Linda Larkin

as Linda Larkin

Leonard Maltin

as Leonard Maltin

Alan Menken

as Alan Menken

John Musker

as John Musker

Will Finn

as Will Finn

Ron Clements

as Ron Clements

International Releases Dates

United States 05 October 2004

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