Bruce, theater creature

Wondering what Bruce Adler, singing voice of the Peddler is doing these days I was disappointed he didn’t have a television role since 1999. However, often singers in modern Disney features who only did a few TV/Film gigs are theater creatures Bruce is no different. His official site credits the man with an extended list of roles in musical productions like “Crazy for You”, “Fiddler On The Roof”, the cowardly lion in “The Wizard of Oz”, Emcee in “Cabaret” and Seymour in “Little Shop Of Horrors.” connecting Bruce directly to Aladdin’s composer and lyrist by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman. In December 2006 Bruce Adler plays at JCC in the musical “”A Yiddish Vaudeville”. Bruce Alder won’t be seen in theaters for nearly two months until he stars in the comedy “The Sunshine Boys” written by Neil Simons. I’ll add a revisited article to Aladdincyclopedia.

Please do not request episodes.. it’s a waste of time

I’d like to see the Aladdin episode “Raiders of the Lost Shark”.[/quote]

Sorry but like I warned when I uploaded Elementral My Dear Jasmine a while ago the risk YouTube takes the uploaded Aladdin episodes down is great. I also warned that if taken down I won’t re-upload them again. Please don’t request any episodes.


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