Originally released directly to video in 1993, Aladdin is a 49-minute animated film based on the classic Arabian Nights story, Aladdin translated by Antoine Galland. Like all other Golden Films productions, the film featured a single theme song, "Rub the Lamp", written and composed by Richard Hurwitz and John Arrias.
A young boy named Aladdin discovers the secret of an old oil lamp that an evil map had been searching for. Inside the lamp lives a genie who can grant just about any wish to the young boy and he desires to marry the Princess Leila. With the help of the genie, he marries Leila, but the evil Haseem returns and seeks revenge and the treasure that he thinks belonged to him. Aladdin must fight Haseem and prove his worth to himself and to the sultan before he can live a happy life with his new bride.
Aladdin was produced by Golden Films and the American Film Investment Corporation, it was distributed to DVD in 2002 by GoodTimes Entertainment, as part of their "Collectible Classics" line.