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Aladdin - Raja's Mouthful
When Prince Ochman is visiting Jasmine, he storms out past the Sultan. You can see his purple pants are torn and that his white with heart boxers are showing. They are intact. In the next scene when you see Raja with Jasmine, he has white material with hearts on it in his mouth. If he tore the purple pants, how come he has boxer material in his mouth?
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metal_princess on 07-30-2001
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Comments:
msAlgar writes:
I noticed this too. I'm sure it was just done to make kids laugh----boxers with hearts on them are much more humorous.
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Kuja writes:
It IS a Disney movie. I don't think it would be appropriate for some prince's neither regions to be showing, do you? For goodness sakes 3 year olds watch it!
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Jengaylord writes:
Why didn't they just put the pants hanging out of his mouth, then show the boxers? We would still laugh, and get it.
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Aquila writes:
You're all missing the point. This is typical slapstick visual trickery. Disney wanted to emphasise an unseen conflict between Achmed and Rajah by deliberately using an eye-catching feature present on both characters. In this case, Achmed's underwear. The scenes then work hand-in-hand complementing each other by showing Achmed's backside, revealing to us his panties (deliberately untouched so it's easier to see) and then showing Rajah's face with the instantly-recognisable cloth hanging out of his mouth. Get the idea? ------------ I'm not American...I spell my words with a "S" not a "Z"
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"Yo Yo" writes:
First of all his name was Achmed. Secondly the bight might have been round the side, that hole looked big enough for his/her head to fit into. (sorry about this, it's a good slip up.)
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daunrealist writes:
Jesus, people! It's not "Achmed" unless you heavily accent the Arabic aein. it's Ahmed, with the a in the throat. I speak Arabic. I know.
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