ALADDIN: I don't think you can help me. My past isn't just one question; it's a million questions.
THE MAGIC ORACLE: Ah, but mere questions about your past can be answered by your father.
ALADDIN: My father? My father is alive?
PRINCESS JASMINE: Abu? Where's Aladdin?
ABU THE MONKEY: Uh-huh.
PRINCESS JASMINE: How long has he been up there? Aladdin? Are you all right? What's wrong?
ALADDIN: I always wanted to know about my father, but just now I'm not so sure. What kind of man leaves his son? Did he even care? Maybe I don't want to know.
PRINCESS JASMINE: Yes, you do.
ALADDIN: How can you be so sure?
PRINCESS JASMINE: Because I already know him. Because I know you.
THE MAGIC ORACLE: Have you chosen your question?
ALADDIN: I have.
THE MAGIC ORACLE: Then ask.
ALADDIN: Where is my father?
THE MAGIC ORACLE: Follow the trail of the Forty Thieves. Your father is trapped within their world.
ALADDIN: The Forty Thieves? Is he hurt? How long has he been their prisoner?
THE MAGIC ORACLE: I'm sorry. I can only answer one question.
ALADDIN: It's up to me.
PRINCESS JASMINE: Take as long as you need.
ALADDIN: I'll be back in time for our wedding. I promise.
IAGO THE PARROT: I should've stayed with the genie. Manual labour beats danger any day.
ALADDIN: Good. The trail's still fresh.
THIEVES: Hyah! Hyah! Hyah!
IAGO THE PARROT: Definitely should've stayed with the genie.
ALADDIN: Shh. Whew. Well, they have nowhere to go. We got 'em trapped.
IAGO THE PARROT: We? They are 40 thieves. We are you, a rug, a monkey and me. Wait, don't count me.
ALADDIN: They're just standing there.
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: Open Sesame! Hyah! Let's move!
IAGO THE PARROT: Aah! Whoa!
ALADDIN: Hang on! I know, Carpet. It's incredible.
IAGO THE PARROT: How bad is it?
ABU THE MONKEY: Yeow!
IAGO THE PARROT: Oh, this is attractive.
ALADDIN: Come on.
IAGO THE PARROT: Hey! You wanna not hold up traffic? I wanna get in, get out and go home. Actually, I wouldn't mind skipping right to the "go home."
SA'LUK: We could've had all of the loot at the wedding...
SA'LUK: ...but we followed the King's plan. This is what we have to show for our trouble in Agrabah. Nothing!
THIEF: Yeah! I agree.
THIEF: This oughta be good. Sa'luk is truly ticked.
SA'LUK: Your time draws to a close, Cassim.
ALADDIN: Cassim? My father.
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: If you're talking about spilling my blood, well, I just don't see that happening.
SA'LUK: Then let me open your eyes. I've got him.
ALADDIN: I'm Aladdin. You're my father!
THIEF: His father?
SA'LUK: I don't know about your father, boy, but I'll send you to meet your other ancestors.
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: Let him go. The boy is my son. I gave this dagger to my wife years ago. I told her to give it to our newborn son, Aladdin.
THIEF: It's true?
THIEF: Oh, the boy is the son of the King of Thieves.
ALADDIN: You are the King of Thieves?
CASSIM THE KING OF THIEVES: Like it or not, boy, we are blood. Look at you. I thought I'd never see you again. Has it been so long?
SA'LUK: Blood or mud, the boy is an intruder, and we have rules about intruders. Sa'luk is right.
THIEF: He knows our secrets.
THIEF: I hate intruders.
THIEF: Hey, me too.
SA'LUK: He has found our secret lair. He has seen too much. He must die. Yes! They must all die.
IAGO THE PARROT: Die? He's your son. I'm his friend. Cast a vote for mercy here!
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