Aladdin is a animated film that was produced by Disney and was released on November 11, 1992. Due to people complaining about racism, one of the lines was removed from DVDs. When it was released on Disney+ there was additional censorship.


International censorship[]


Violent references and undressing references have been edited for the Disney+ release.

  • One of the lyrics in "Arabian Nights" that said "Where they cut off your ear if they don't like your face." were replaced by one that said "Where it's flat and immense and the heat is intense". (This edit exists on DVDs.) The line is from one of the verses of the opening song "Arabian Nights" which was altered following complaints from the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC).
  • The scene where Aladdin says "Good tiger. Take off and go." was modified for the Disney+ version. In this version, the volume was lowered down due to complaints that it sounds like "Good teenagers, take off your clothes." (This edit was made on DVDs and this censored DVD version is the one on Disney+)

Where to find it uncensored[]

The original theatrical release was uncensored. Some DVD home videos may be uncensored and some streaming sites may offer the uncensored version.