The Sultan
The Sultan
Background information
Movies Aladdin

The Return of Jafar

Aladdin and the King of Thieves

Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams

Short Films Unknown
Television Programs Aladdin

House of Mouse

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland

Video Games Aladdin

Disney's Aladdin in Nasira's Revenge

Disney Princess Enchanting Storybooks

Disney INFINITY: 2.0 Edition (Agrabah Palace builder)

Disney Villains Challenge

Voice Douglas Seale (in the first film)

Val Bettin (sequels and TV show)

Jeff Bennett (Disney Princess Enchanted Tales)

Portrayed by Sean G. Griffin (in Aladdin at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle)

Brian George and Amir Arison (in Once Upon a Time in Wonderland)

Character information
Other names Bobolonius? "Little Bobo" (in the TV series)

Personality Gullible, sweet, protective, understanding, fatherly, childish, jolly, easy going, humorous, strict when need be
Goal Unknown
Allies Jasmine, Aladdin, Abu, Genie, Magic Carpet, Iago, Cassim, Rajah, Razoul, Royal Guards, Jafar (formerly)
Enemies Jafar, Iago (formerly), Nasira, Abis Mal, Mechanicles, Sa'Luk, Mizrabel, Haroud Hazi Bin
Likes Control over Agrabah, playing with his toys, loyalty, Jasmine, Aladdin, Abu, Rajah, horses, riding the Magic Carpet
Dislikes Jafar's evil schemes, vile betrayers, Jasmine's stubbornness, kingdom-wide chaos
Quotes "The law says that you must be married to a Prince by your next birthday!"

The Sultan (real name Hamed) is the ruler of Agrabah, the father of Princess Jasmine, and a supporting character in Disney's 1992 animated feature film Aladdin, its sequels and television series.

He was originally voiced by Douglas Seale.

Background Edit

Personality Edit

The Sultan is described in various media as being pompous but kind. He seems to be somewhat childish, as he is often seen playing with various toys, something he takes very seriously. Though he dearly loves Jasmine, he is initially frustrated due to her constant rejection of potential suitors and pushes her to choose a husband. However, he explains his actions regarding the subject as arising from a need to make certain that Jasmine is cared and provided for, as he is starting to get up in years. The Sultan also prides himself on being an excellent judge of character. However, contrary to his own belief, he is rather gullible, as he does not realize that Jafar is untrustworthy until Aladdin points out Jafar's plots. Aside from his childish mind, he has shown to be a worthy ruler knowing when to put his power into good use and can be strict at rare times. He is never shown as having a wife, though he does mention having one.

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