Disney Aladdin Doll GenieDisney Aladdin Doll Genie

Disney Aladdin Doll Genie

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$24.95

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In Disney's Aladdin live-action movie, larger-than-life Genie learns the meaning of true friendship. The Genie doll, inspired by the character in the movie, sings the hit song, "Friend Like Me." Press the button on his back, and this Genie toy belts it out! Also included is an earring like the one he wears in the movie. (Batteries included.)This singing Genie doll makes a great birthday gift or holiday present for 3 year olds and up as well as fans who love the classic animated film and the live-action movie, Aladdin. Kids can imagine joining the Genie as he soars above the desert--or just the living room--on their way to a whole new world of adventure!Copyright DisneyHasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.Includes doll, earring, and instructions. 3 A76 batteries included WARNING: Contains button or coin cell battery. Hazardous if swallowed - see instructions.©Disney ©2018 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved. "Friend Like Me"Music by Alan Menken, Words by Howard Ashman ©1992 Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (BMI) / Walt Disney Music Company (ASCAP). Performed by Genie. Under License by Walt Disney Records. All Rights Reserved.
Product name:Disney Aladdin Doll GenieProduct dimensions:2.63" H × 7" W × 14" LShipping dimensions:14" H × 7" W × 2.63" LShipping weight:1.11 lbs.Requires:Button Cell 3 Batteries - IncludedUPC:630509828838

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 6

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Instrumental only False advertising. Says the doll sings, it does not; it is only the instrumental version. I returned it and now have to look for the one that actually sings whatever the song is.
Date published: 2019-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It doesn’t SING A toy called “singing Genie” and a description that he “belts it out” is false. It’s an instrumental version of the song. Terrible what child wants an instrumental version?
Date published: 2019-05-31