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ALADDIN AND JASMINE . Although ALADDIN loved JASMINE from afar he didn't realize he'd meet her in the MARKETPLACE! But they met when JASMINE was disguised as a commoner! As a commoner JASMINE saw ALADDIN's heart and care for the poor and appreciated the way he protected her. When he came across her in the PLACE both couldn't believe their eyes! As you see the SULTAN pulls out the SCROLL OF THE LAW which dictated JASMINE would have to marry ROYALTY! Hence his wish to become PRINCE ALI! They both took on other identities as did JAFAR! By the way did you notice the cat? LEGO hasn't come out with tigers and lions yet in MINIFIGURE scale. This was a puzzlement until my friend DAVE who love my work with LEGO took me to my WINTER CHAPEL and took hold of the cat! He said you can use this after all tigers and lions start off as cubs! And in the movie JAFAR changes the TIGER into a cub! So why not? If I could substitute thee Camel for an Elephant why not a cat for a tiger?! NEXT: Their first date! .

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