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10 Facts About 'Aladdin' That Will Make You Fall Off Your Magic Carpet

Nearly a quarter century ago, Disney Pictures graced us with the vivid masterpiece of Aladdin on the silver screens. To this day, generations still come together to watch the touching film, which features the amazing comedic styling of the late Robin Williams as "Genie."With its critical acclaim, the animated movie is set to turn into a live-action movie in 2019, which is already receiving major media attention. Both the general population and movie critics alike are excited to see how the remake will live up to the beloved original.In honor of Aladdin's 25th anniversary on Nov. 25, here

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15 Facts About ER That Won't Cut Off Your Arm With A Helicopter Blade

ER was the original medical drama. Forget Grey's Anatomy and their over-dramatic, unbelievable storylines. ER made everything feel real. It was an in-depth look into the world of medicine...and okay, yes it was super dramatic but in a much better way. There are some things you might not know about the show, however. And don't worry, your arm won't get cut off by a helicopter blade while you reach to read them (RIP in literal pieces, Dr. Romano.)Shared1. It was going to be a movie. YouTubeMichael Crichton originally wrote the script as a 180-page movie script, with more

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12 Dark Secrets About Nickelodeon Game Shows That'll Change How You See Your Childhood

When we were kids, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, and Hollywood Squares were not the game shows we wanted to watch. If it wasn't kids competing and no one was getting slimed, what was the point? That's why Nickelodeon TV shows were so important to us! We got to imagine ourselves running Legends Of The Hidden Temple or being mesmerized by the VR technology on Arcade. But there are some things about your favorite game shows you may not have known.1. Marc Summers Had OCDNickelodeonHost of arguably the messiest show on television, Summers had a severe case of OCD. He

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12 Facts About Doogie Howser That Will Leave You Blogging About It

Neil Patrick Harris wasn't always known as Barney Stinson from How I Met Your Mother. From 1989 to 1993, Harris was known as Doogie Howser M.D., and he will never live it down. Doogie was a child doctor (no, not a pediatrician) who was dealing with patients and puberty. What a combo. But there are some things about Doogie Howser you probably didn't read about on his blog. 1. The Network Hated Harris and the ShowLions of LibertyABC was not pleased with Neil Patrick Harris as the lead, and they also didn't care for the show in general. But

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19 Celebrities You Totally Forgot Were On "Friends"

Whether or not you liked the show, Friends was THE show of the 90s and early 00s. If you could land a role on Friends, it was a pretty big deal. Of course, actors like Tom Selleck, Paul Rudd, Anna Faris, Bruce Willis, and Hank Azaria all appeared as recurring characters on the show, but do you remember some of the more famous guest stars? 1. T.J. ThyneThe OdysseyWho he played: One of Phoebe's doctors when she's giving birth to the triplets.Where he's from: Played Dr. Jack Hodgins on Bones. 2. Hugh LaurieWho he played: Rachel's annoyed seat-mate

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Without Dolly Parton, One Of The Most Iconic '90s Shows Would Never Have Been Made

Buffy The Vampire Slayer was (and still is) one of the best shows of our generation. The supernatural drama ran for seven seasons, which honestly was not enough vampire butt-kicking time, but we'll take what we can get. EmpireRecently, the show turned 20 years old, and people began wondering if a reunion or revival were in the works. When asked about that possibility, Buffy herself was on the fence. "I have always believed that what was so unique about the show was the use of horrors of those formative years," Sarah Michelle Geller said. "With high school and college as

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'The Prince Of Egypt' Was Insanely Star Studded And You Had No Idea

We've all watched 'The Prince of Egypt' at some point in our lives. The 1998 Dreamworks classic told the story of Moses and the Book of Exodus and made over $218 million at the box office. But even though we all know the story (and the timeless Mariah Carey/Whitney Houston duet), do you even remember who incredibly flawless the cast was? Val Kilmer as Moses/GodDreamworksThat's right. Kilmer has not only played Batman but he has also played one of the most-worshiped beings of all time. Ralph Fiennes as RamsesDreamworksBefore he was Lord Voldemort, Ralph Fiennes voiced Moses' step-brother.

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8 Facts About Happy Days Even The Biggest Fans Probably Didn't Know

Happy Days was such an iconic show. To this day, I have no problem sitting down in front of the TV and catching an episode with my family. The messages, the humor, and the characters were all so relatable and family friendly. When you watched an episode of Happy Days, you knew you were in for 30 minutes of great entertainment from Richie, Potsy, Ralph Malph, and of course, The Fonz. But there are a lot of things you probably didn't know about this great show! Read through these facts and see if there's anything new to you!1. Sound

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18 Facts 90s Kids Will Be Shocked To Hear

Ah, the '90s. There's no shortage of trends that came from the best decade. Ask any '90s kids for three facts about that time and they'll give you five. I don't think there is a generation more proud to be born in a span of years than those born in the '90s. But we uncovered some facts from those years that will most likely startle all '90s kids. Take a look and see if you knew any of these odd facts!1. The guy who voiced the Taco Bell Chihuahua also voiced Rocko from Rocko's Modern Life: Carlos Alazraqui.2.