@ 14:13: Frank Welker has voiced basically every non-talking cartoon animal in history, plus a ton of other roles
@ 16:43: Bask is the beauty that is the voice of Shohreh Aghdashloo
@ 17:30: That thing where good characters talk like Americans, but bad characters "talk foreign"
@ 19:25: Disney princesses with realistic waistlines is totally a thing
@ 19:36: In designing Agrabah, Persian-born layout artist Rasoul Azadani was inspired in part by his hometown of Isfahan, Iran
@ 20:10: The genie apparently writes "turkey pilaf" in Farsi (not Arabic)
@ 21:04: The Myths & Legends podcast has a great explainer on how Aladdin was originally set in China but is still essentially Arabian
@ 21:41: Princess Badroulbador > Princess Jasmine
@ 23:46:The uproar over the offensive lyrics in Aladdin's original opening song was actually a big new story at the time
@ 24:20: How the "teenager who wants a different life" gets a little more problematic as Disney moves out of Western Europe
@ 27:03: The group, BTW, was the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
@ 28:14:People are already angry about casting in the live-action Aladdin, mostly because Prince Achmed was made into a Caucasian character, Prince Anders
@ 32:21: James Adomian on gay-coded cartoon villains
@ 32:37: Gummi Bears was a real show, and Duke Igthorn was very gay
@ 33:56: Why Scar and a lot of other Disney villains sound gay
@ 37:25: Yes, Robin Williams really did record 16 hours' worth of audio in playing the Genie
@ 40:16: Robin Williams changed animated features forever
@ 40:57: The Genie was the big important role, but don’t forget that Robin Williams was in Fern Gully before he was in Aladdin
@ 51:10: What is a Mary Sue?
@ 54:01: Are those harem girls or prostitutes?
@ 56:40: I actually looked for gay erotic art of the Sultan and found this instead, which I think is a lot better