1001 Arabian Nights
1001 Arabian Nights is a 1959 American animated comedy film produced by United Productions of America (UPA) and distributed by Columbia Pictures. Released to theaters on December 1, 1959, the film is a loose adaptation of the Arab folktale of "Aladdin" from One Thousand and One Nights, albeit with the addition of UPA's star cartoon character, Mr. Magoo, to the story as Aladdin's uncle, "Abdul Azziz Magoo". It is the first animated feature to be released by Columbia.
What is 1001 Arabian Nights subject of?
1001 Arabian Nights is subject of 1959 films, American animated films, American children's fantasy films, American fantasy adventure films, Animated comedy films, 1959 animated films, American films, Animated fantasy films, Animated feature films, Columbia Pictures animated films, Columbia Pictures films, English-language films, Films featuring anthropomorphic characters, UPA films, 1950s American animated films, 1950s comedy films, Films about wish fulfillment, Films based on One Thousand and One Nights, Films directed by Jack Kinney, Films set in a fictional Asian country, Genies in film, 1950s fantasy films and Mr. Magoo.
What did 1001 Arabian Nights produce?
1001 Arabian Nights has produced Stephen Bosustow.