Episode 3 – Full Moon of Full Moons

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In this episode, I forgo the news and jump right into the main topic which is the segment called “Disney Story Origins” where I compare a Disney film based on stories from mythology, folklore or history with the original myths, folktales or historical facts. I hope you enjoy.

This episode is Disney Story Origins #2: “Aladdin”.

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Bibliography

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  • Anonymous (Author), Robert Erwin (Editor), Malcom C. Lyons (Translator), Ursula Lyons (Translator) The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights Volume 1. Penguin Classics (May 25, 2002)
  • Anonymous (Author), Robert Erwin (Editor), Malcom C. Lyons (Translator), Ursula Lyons (Translator) The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights Volume 2. Penguin Classics (May 25, 2002)
  • Anonymous (Author), Robert Erwin (Editor), Malcom C. Lyons (Translator), Ursula Lyons (Translator) The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights Volume 3. Penguin Classics (May 25, 2002)

Film

  • Thief of Baghdad, Dir. Ludwig Berger, Dir. Michael Powell, Dir. Tim Whelan, United Artists Corporation 1940
  • Aladdin, Dir. Ron Clements, Dir. John Musker, Buena Vista Pictures 1992

World Wide Web

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4 thoughts on “Episode 3 – Full Moon of Full Moons

  1. It took me forever to track down your podcast in the App Store. You should have links all over the place!!! Thanks for the best Disneyland podcast out there!!!

  2. My aunt and mother really enjoyed your “Disney Story Origins – Aladdin”. Dont think they are ready for the rest of the DLRAGE, but they are looking foward towards your next Disney Story Origins.

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