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This page lists Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland's references to various Disney works.

Once Upon a Time


  • Snow White is placed in glass coffin mourned by the seven dwarfs, and is awakened by a kiss from Prince Charming. (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
  • Regina is notably known as the Evil Queen in the Enchanted Forest. (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
  • Emma wishes on a candle shaped like a blue star, an allusion to the scene in Pinocchio, in which Geppetto wishes on a blue star and his wish is granted by the Blue Fairy. (Pinocchio, 1940)
  • As Emma's car passes into town, a lawn pinwheel of Tinker Bell spins in the wind.[1] (Peter Pan, 1953)
  • Archie shares his name with Hopper, an actual hopper. (A Bug's Life, 1998)
  • "The Blue Fairy" was a name given to the character in the Disney film version of Pinocchio, as her name in the original story was simply "The Fairy with Turquoise Hair". (Pinocchio, 1940)
  • Archie is heard whistling the song "Give a Little Whistle" as he walks away from Emma and Henry(Pinocchio, 1940)
  • Snow White attracts a blue bird that flies onto her hand. Mary Margaret sets free a blue bird from her hands into its nest house. (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
  • There is a plush of Minnie Mouse in Emma's baby room at the castle.[2] (Steamboat Willie, 1928)
  • The fairy with the turquoise hair is called The Blue Fairy like in the film. (Pinocchio, 1940)
  • Pinocchio plays with a wooden whale; a nod to Monstro the Whale. (Pinocchio, 1940)
  • Leroy whistles, "Whistle While You Work" when he sees Emma in jail. (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)

"The Thing You Love Most"

"The Price of Gold"

"That Still Small Voice"

"The Shepherd"

"The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter"

  • The Evil Queen and Regina both collect human hearts of their enemies. (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
  • The Evil Queen sends the Huntsman out to kill Snow White and bring her heart as proof of death, but he cannot bring himself to kill her. (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
  • There are giant sea shells[6] in Mary Margaret's classroom, which is a reference to The Little Mermaid.[7] (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Regina's heart caskets are similar to the one the Evil Queen has in the Disney film. (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)

"Desperate Souls"

"True North"

"Fruit of the Poisonous Tree"

  • The Genie lives inside a lamp, that once rubbed, allows the user to be granted three wishes. The Genie is also not free, and is bound to the lamp. When he is set free, his bracelets disappear. (Aladdin, 1992)
  • King Leopold, trying trying to clean the lamp, releases the Genie by rubbing it. In the Disney animated film Aladdin, the title character met the Genie in the same situation. (Aladdin, 1992)

"Skin Deep"

  • This episode features Gaston from the movie Beauty and the Beast. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Belle is named after the same character from the film. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Belle's clothes are similar to the ones she wears in the film, and so are Gaston's. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • In the opening scene, Belle is holding a book with a blue cover,[12] just like the one her counterpart is reading in the opening scene of the Disney film. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Rumplestiltskin mentions Belle's "little town", a reference to the song Belle from the Disney film. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Rumplestiltskin turns Gaston into a rose, giving it to Belle, saying that he had bought it from an old woman selling roses. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • There is a kind of fur with horns which resembles Disney's Beast. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Belle does not want to marry Gaston, just like in the movie. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Belle's father is called Maurice as in the film. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • There is a candlestick and clock in Rumplestiltskin's castle resembling Lumiere and Cogsworth.[13] (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • The chipped tea cup is a reference to Chip. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • The teapot is a reference to Chip's mother, Mrs. Potts. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • In the castle, there is a hat which resembles the Sorcerer's Hat in Disney's "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" scene in Fantasia. (Fantasia, 1940)

"What Happened to Frederick"

  • Regina gives Henry a game called Space Paranoids, which was created by Kevin Flynn, the protagonist of the Tron film. (Tron, 1982)
  • Emma eludes to Kevin Flynn by quoting his advice to Henry while he is playing the game, "It's all in the wrists." (Tron, 1982)
  • Henry has a Tron lunchbox. (Tron, 1982)



  • The fact that Peter is a hunter pursuing a wolf in the middle of winter refers to the segment "Peter and The Wolf" (Make Mine Music, 1946)
  • When Peter first visits Red Riding Hood at her cabin at the beginning of the episode, he claims that if she does not come out to talk to him, he will, "...huff and puff..." and blow the house down. (Three Little Pigs, 1933)

"Heart of Darkness"

"Hat Trick"

  • The Evil Queen disguises herself as a hag to lure in Jefferson's daughter, Grace; much like how the Evil Queen dressed as a hag selling apples to Snow White in the film. (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
  • The doll in the marketplace that Grace wants is a white rabbit wearing a petticoat; a reference to the White Rabbit. (Alice in Wonderland, 1951)
  • When approached by Regina and the Mad Hatter, who are visiting Wonderland, the Caterpillar blows his hookah pipe and asks very slowly, "Who are you?" as in the Disney film. (Alice in Wonderland, 1951)
  • Regina picks a piece of a mushroom from Wonderland for her father to eat so he can return to normal size after having been shrunken. (Alice in Wonderland, 1951)
  • The Queen of Hearts is ruler of Wonderland, and orders her soldiers to cut off the Mad Hatter's head with the phrase, "Off with his head." In the Disney film, the Queen is constantly shouting, "Off with her head!" (Alice in Wonderland, 1951)
  • Mary Margaret hits Jefferson over the head with a croquet mallet. (Alice in Wonderland, 1951)

"The Stable Boy"

"The Return"

"The Stranger"

"An Apple Red as Blood"

"A Land Without Magic"


  • Aurora mistakes Mulan to be a man after she sees her dressed in heavy armor. However, when Mulan takes off her helmet, Aurora is surprised to see a woman. (Mulan, 1998)
  • Prince Phillip cut down thorns to get to the sleeping Aurora. (Sleeping Beauty, 1959)
  • The prince is named Prince Phillip like in the Disney film. (Sleeping Beauty, 1959)
  • Aurora shares the same name as the character in the Disney film. (Sleeping Beauty, 1959)

"We Are Both"

"Lady of the Lake"

"The Crocodile"

  • A Mickey Mouse figurine can be seen in the pawnshop in Belle's dream. (Steamboat Willie, 1928)
  • Mr. Gold gives Belle a library to try to regain her affections, similar to what the Beast does in the Disney film. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Mr. Gold attempts to make Belle eat something after their fight. Similarly, in the Disney film, when the Beast makes Belle eat dinner with him, she refuses, claiming to be not hungry. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • William Smee's hat is red as it is in the Disney film. (Peter Pan, 1953)
  • As Rumplestiltskin prepares to kill Captain Hook in their first duel, he says, "Tick-tock dearie, Tick-tock!" This is an allusion to the crocodile that takes Hook's hand in the Disney film. Furthermore, Hook's nickname for Rumplestiltskin is "Crocodile." (Peter Pan, 1953)
  • Neverland is alluded to by Captain Hook as a place "where people never grow old." (Peter Pan, 1953)

"The Doctor "

"Child of the Moon"

"Into the Deep"

"Queen of Hearts"

"The Outsider"

"In the Name of the Brother"

  • The Star Wars theme is heard as a ringtone in an episode broadcast shortly after Disney purchased the franchise. (Star Wars franchise)
  • Leroy mentions the movie Splash as an example of how magical beings discovered in the real world are likely to be "studied to death". (Splash, 1984)
  • A small Bambi statue is sitting on a wall shelf in Mary Margaret's loft.[22] (Bambi, 1942)


"The Queen Is Dead"

"Welcome to Storybrooke"

"Selfless, Brave and True"


"Second Star to the Right"

  • John is carrying an umbrella and a top hat and Michael carries a teddy bear. (Peter Pan, 1953)
  • The time on Big Ben is 8:15,[27] the same time that is shown in the Disney film. (Peter Pan, 1953)

"And Straight On 'Til Morning"

"The Heart of the Truest Believer"

"Lost Girl"

  • Emma notes Captain Hook's appearance in the animated film as sporting a "waxed mustache and a perm". (Peter Pan, 1953)
  • Pan's map of Neverland is highly reminiscent of the map from the animated film. (Peter Pan, 1953)

"Quite a Common Fairy"

  • The title card features Tinker Bell lighting up the title with her magic, a reference to what the Disney animated version of the character does for the company's logo at the beginning of several of its motion pictures.

"Nasty Habits"

  • The Sheriff of Hamelin is exactly dressed like the Mayor of Hamelin in the Silly Symphony. (The Pied Piper, 1933)

"Good Form"

  • The second star to the right is mentioned. (Peter Pan, 1953)
  • Pegasus is mentioned by Captain Liam as a legendary horse whose feathers were used to create a magic veil in allowing their ship to fly into the sky. (Hercules, 1997)


  • Ariel saves Snow White from drowning, the same way she rescues Prince Eric in the movie. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • The names of Ariel, Prince Eric and Ursula all come from the Disney animated version of the story, since in the original fairytale, the characters are unnamed. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • The Under the Sea dance is a reference to the song of the same name. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • While masquerading as Ursula, Regina says to Ariel, "My dear sweet child", which are the spoken words at the start of the song "Poor Unfortunate Souls" sung by Ursula in the Disney film. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Regina says,"You can be part of Eric's world", alluding to the Disney film song "Part of Your World". (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Regina takes away Ariel's voice and calls her a little mermaid. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Ariel learns what a fork is. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Both Ariel and Eric mention a ship wreck where they first met. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Ariel likes to collect random human objects. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Eric states one of the places he will be traveling to is Agrabah. (Aladdin, 1992)
  • Regina mentions the evil munchkins' dirt road. (Oz the Great and Powerful, 2013)
  • Snow White's ball dress has small Mickey Mouse faces on it.[28] (Steamboat Willie, 1928)

"Dark Hollow"

"Save Henry"

"Going Home"

  • Henry has a Tron lunchbox in the 2011 flashback.[30] (Tron, 1982)

"New York City Serenade"

"Witch Hunt"

  • Henry plays a hand-held video game and mentions "derezzing" an opponent. (Tron, 1982)

"Quiet Minds"

"It's Not Easy Being Green"

"The Jolly Roger"

  • Hook opens his eyes and sees the face of Ariel, which is reminiscent of the scene in The Little Mermaid, where Eric opens his eyes and sees Ariel's face after she rescues him from drowning. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • The shadows against the sail during Hook's duel with Black Beard is reminiscent of the scene where Peter Pan engages Hook in single combat in Disney's Peter Pan. (Peter Pan, 1953)
  • When Emma sees Ariel and Eric through the mirror, they reenact the beach scene from the Disney film. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)

"A Curious Thing"

  • Henry mentions the movie Peter Pan, and how he's seen it "a million times". (Peter Pan, 1953)

"Snow Drifts"

"There's No Place Like Home"

"A Tale of Two Sisters"

  • Season 4A is a continuation of the movie Frozen. This episode introduces the characters Elsa, Anna, their parents, Grand Pabbie, Kristoff and Sven, as well as their homeland Arendelle. (Frozen, 2013)
  • When Elsa stops Leroy's car by magically freezing it, she is in exactly the same pose as in the movie when The Duke Of Weselton's guards attacked her. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Belle and Mr. Gold dress in similar clothes as their counterparts in dance scene from Beauty and the Beast. They also dance to an instrumental version of the title song on the gramophone. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Regina says to Sidney, "Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who do I want to kill most of all"; a spin on the classical line from the Disney film: "Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all". (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
  • Elsa summons the ice monster known as Marshmallow to protect herself. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Elsa asks Anna, "Have you forgot your last dalliance? Hans...", a reference to their disastrous relationship from the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Kristoff reminds Elsa of what happened the last time she left her kingdom behind. (Frozen, 2013)
  • The scene with Emma and Regina on opposite sides of a door is a reference to the "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" sequence from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • The object transformed by Mr. Gold is Master Yen Sid's hat from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" scene from Disney's Fantasia. (Fantasia, 1940)

"White Out"

  • Anna goes by the name of Joan. This is a reference to Anna's line, "Hang in there, Joan", during the song "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?". (Frozen, 2013)
  • Anna asks to sleep in the barn. Just as Kristoff sleeps in the barn in Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • When Storybrooke looses its power, an advertisement for computers with the Encom logo from the movie Tron can be seen on the street. (Tron, 1982)
  • In the ice cave, Elsa says comments on the cold and says that "It's never bothered me", a reference to the famous song "Let It Go". (Frozen, 2013)
  • Elsa asks Emma if she was born or cursed with her powers. This is what Grand Pabbie asked the King about Elsa in the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • David says to Elsa that Anna wouldn't her to live alone in an ice cave, which harkens back to the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • When Anna is leaving the farm, Ruth packs Anna sandwiches for the journey. Anna gratefully accepts, and says, "I love sandwiches". This is a reference to Anna and Hans' line, "We finish each other's- sandwiches!" during the song "Love Is An Open Door". (Frozen, 2013)
  • Anna says to David that she nearly froze to death when helping her sister. (Frozen, 2013)

"Rocky Road"

  • This episode introduces Hans, the villain from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • The Arendelle soldier refers to Kristoff as the official ice master and deliverer; a reference to his character in the film. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Maid Marian gains a streak of white hair in the same fashion Anna did in the film. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Hans states he did not kill Anna, but left her to die. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Elsa asks her aunt if she has ever built a snowman; a reference to Olaf and the Frozen song "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?". She also talks about the ice palace she built. (Frozen 2013)
  • Dr. Hopper advises Mary Margaret that it's okay to let go of her child. This is a reference to the song "Let It Go". (Frozen, 2013)
  • Kristoff says that he's seen Anna fight wolves and snow monsters and "that idiot from the South Isles"; a reference to events from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)

"The Apprentice"

  • The Sorcerer's Hat is from the from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" scene from Disney's Fantasia. However, the Apprentice being turned into a mouse is a reference to Mickey Mouse, who portrayed the Apprentice in the Disney version. Also the broomstick that the Apprentice and Mr. Gold uses looks very similar to the one Mickey Moused enchanted and used. (Fantasia, 1940)
  • The man and woman eating spaghetti at the restaurant is a reference to the famous scene from Lady and the Tramp. The waiters are dressed like Tony from the same movie. The candles in a bottle and the table cloths are similar to the ones seen in the famous movie scene. (Lady and the Tramp, 1955)
  • Anna says, "Wait, what?", one of her favorite phrases from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)

"Breaking Glass"

  • Elsa builds an ice staircase of the one she made in the movie Frozen during the song "Let It Go". (Frozen, 2013)
  • Snow Queen tells Elsa that she going to "build a snowman", just like in the song "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?". (Frozen, 2013)
  • Elsa says "I'm not afraid", which is a reference to the line Anna says right before the reprise of the song "For the First Time in Forever" from the movie Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • David tells Mary Margaret that Belle will be able to reach them even if they fall through a portal to Asgard; a reference to the fictional realm Asgard from the movie Thor, in which Josh Dallas originally portrayed the Asgardian Fandral.[34] (Thor), 2011
  • Elsa said that she sent a giant ice monster to chase her sister away, a reference to Marshmallow from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)

"Family Business

  • This episode introduces the character Oaken from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • While Belle is researching, she wears a dress with embroidered roses. (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)
  • Oaken say's "Hoo-hoo" and maces his hand like in the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Kristoff says that Anna fell in love with Hans only ten minutes after meeting him. (Frozen, 2013)

"The Snow Queen

  • This episode introduces the Duke of Weselton from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • When Ingrid enters the clock tower, the clock (seen from inside) is set at 10:15, a reference to the scene from Frozen where Anna and Hans are singing "Love Is an Open Door" in front of a clock tower.[35] (Frozen, 2013)
  • One of the babies is wearing a Mickey Mouse outfit. (Steamboat Willie, 1928)
  • When Emma uses magic to handcuff the Snow Queen, the clock (seen from inside) is set at at 12:25, a reference to the time on the White Rabbit's pocket watch in Alice in Wonderland.[35] (Alice in Wonderland, 1951)
  • The instruments and the position of the musicians playing at the royal ball, are the same as in the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • The Duke dances similar to the way he does in the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Rumpelstiltskin gives Ingrid a pair of gloves to conceal her magic, which are almost identical to the ones Elsa wore in the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • The Duke asks, "Did I say that out loud?", just like he did in Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Helga pronounces his name "Weaseltown" instead of Weselton, and intends to stop the trading business between their kingdoms. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Ingrid freezes Helga similar to the way Elsa freezes Anna in Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Emma runs away after her powers become out of control the same way Elsa does in Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)

"Smash the Mirror"

  • When Anna says, "Go away Anna, go away Anna", she recites dialogue from the "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" sequence in Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Kristoff uses his pickaxe from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Elsa expresses Anna's love of chocolate in Frozen with a table full of chocolate desserts for her return. (Frozen, 2013)
  • When Ingrid first arrives in the Land Without Magic in 1982, there is a Tron advertisement in the city streets. (Tron, 1982)


  • Anna says to Hans that she sang with him, referring to their duet "Love Is an Open Door" from Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Elsa and Anna embrace, just like they do in the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • As the shards from Ingrid's spell fall from the sky, an advertisement for computers with the Encom logo from the movie Tron can be seen on the street.[36] (Tron, 1982)

"Shattered Sight"

"Heroes and Villains"

  • The fact that Maleficent sends her message through a raven and later shapeshifts from a flock of ravens is a reference to the Disney film, where Maleficent owns a pet raven named Diablo. (Sleeping Beauty, 1959)
  • Maleficent's costume and headgear is similar to what she wears in the classic Disney film. (Sleeping Beauty, 1959)
  • Anna says, "Wait, what?", one of her favorite phrases from the movie. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Right before the wedding, Elsa says "What is that amazing smell?" and then she and Anna say "Chocolate" in unison, just like they do in the film Frozen. (Frozen, 2013)
  • When Anna says "Did you see these bruises?" and Elsa says "Have you seen Hans's eye?" is a reference to the part of the Frozen film where Anna punches Hans in the face. (Frozen, 2013)
  • Before Anna gets married, Elsa asks, "You ready?", just like in the film; once with young Elsa and again at the end of the film. (Frozen, 2013)

"Darkness on the Edge of Town"


"Enter the Dragon"

"Poor Unfortunate Soul"

  • The episode is named after a song from the Disney film The Little Mermaid. The song is sung by Ursula to Ariel. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Ursula sings "Part of Your World" and "Fathoms Below" during the episode. Both are from the Disney film The Little Mermaid. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Poseidon sees humans as dangerous, just like Ariel's father does in the movie. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Ursula's mother was killed by pirates, just like Ariel's mother was in the 2008 prequel. (The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning, 2008)
  • Ursula loves singing/music due to her mother's influence, and because she loves singing, she goes against her father's orders, just like Ariel does in the prequel. (The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning, 2008)
  • Ursula is seeking passage to Glowerhaven, a reference to Prince Eric's line from The Little Mermaid, "You're not still sore because I didn't fall for the princess of Glowerhaven?" (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Hook points out that if they spill any squid ink, "Storybrooke will have a giant squid in its harbor", a reference to the scene in the animated film, where Ursula grows into a giant. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Hook steals Ursula's singing voice by trapping it inside a sea shell, just like Ursula did when she took Ariel's voice in the Disney film. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Ariel finds Hook unconscious in the sea and pulls him to safety, just like she did with Eric in the movie. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Hook opens his eyes and sees the face of Ariel, which is reminiscent of the scene in The Little Mermaid, where Eric opens his eyes and sees Ariel's face after she rescues him from drowning. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Mary Margaret knocks out Cruella with a frying pan, just like Rapunzel does to Flynn Rider in the movie Tangled. (Tangled, 2010)
  • Ursula's father has a problem with singing/music because it reminds him of his wife's death, just like Ariel's father does in the prequel. Like Ariel's father, he realizes he was wrong and decides to accept singing/music in their lives. (The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning, 2008)
  • The aria sung by Ursula when she gets her singing voice back, is the same tune that Ariel sings in the Disney film, when Ursula takes her voice. (The Little Mermaid, 1989)
  • Gold says regarding August "Let's see if we can pull this puppet's strings." This references the song, "I've Got No Strings". (Pinocchio, 1940)

"Best Laid Plans"

  • August Booth stated that the position of the Author "goes back eons", naming one man who held the position as Walt. This is a direct reference to Walt Disney, the famed American cartoonist, animator, film producer, and the co-founder of The Walt Disney Company.

"Heart of Gold"

"Sympathy for the De Vil"


"Operation Mongoose Part 1"

"Operation Mongoose Part 2"

"Down the Rabbit Hole"

"Trust Me"

"Forget Me Not"

  • The Caterpillar has a personality and a leadership similar to Jabba the Hutt. His mushroom is a repair for criminals like the Cantina and Jabba's Palace. (Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, 1983)
  • One of the mentioned creatures by the Red Queen is the Sarlacc, like the name of the creature of the same name from the movie. (Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, 1983)
  • Maleficent's castle sits on top of the Forbidden Mountain, which is also the name of Maleficent's domain in Disney's Sleeping Beauty. (Sleeping Beauty, 1959)

"Heart of Stone"

  • The Red Queen has many aspects in common with Cinderella's stepsister from the Disney film, such as her name, Anastasia, and the fact that a prince chose her stepsister instead of herself. (Cinderella, 1950)

"Bad Blood"

  • Mirza wears similar prince attire to Aladdin of the Disney film. (Aladdin, 1992)

"And They Lived..."

  • Jafar was defeated when the guard of the Well of Wonders, Nyx, cursed him to be a genie when he took the water from Amara before she could return it. It is very similar as to when Aladdin tricked Jafar into wishing to be a genie. (Aladdin, 1992)


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