So, for you to better understand how Propp’s Fairy Tale Functions serve a story, here is a summary of Aladdin (the bulk of it stolen from Wikipedia because, why not?):
When the story starts, Aladdin is nothing more than a street rat, stealing bread and running from the palace guards to keep out of trouble. He’s living on his own in an abandoned house in the center of Agrabah, and his only friend is Abu (0. Initial Situation).
Jafar, Grand Vizier to the Sultan of Agrabah, is attempting to retrieve a magical oil lamp containing a genie from the Cave of Wonders. After seeing a petty thief's failed attempt to enter the cave, Jafar and his parrot, Iago, learn that only a "Diamond in the Rough" can enter the cave (4. Reconnaissance). He finds Aladdin (5. Delivery).
Jasmine, the Sultan's daughter, frustrated with her life in the palace, flees to Agrabah's marketplace. There she meets street rat Aladdin and his monkey, Abu. The two discover they have a lot in common. They both dream of a different life (1. Absentation). When Aladdin is detained for thievery (8. Villainy or Lack), Jasmine orders him released, but Jafar lies to her that Aladdin has been executed.
Aladdin and Abu enter the cave (11. Departure and 7. Complicity), where a magic carpet guides them to the lamp (12. First Function of the Donor). Abu's attempt to steal a ruby causes the cave to start collapsing (3. Violation of Interdiction and 13. Hero’s Reaction), but the carpet flies them to the entrance (14. Receipt of a Magical Agent). As Aladdin delivers the lamp, Jafar tries to kill him, but Abu bites Jafar in the arm and gets the lamp back as he, the carpet, and Aladdin fall back into the cave just as it closes.
In the collapsed cave, Aladdin rubs the lamp, unexpectedly unleashing a genie, who reveals he will grant Aladdin three wishes - with the exception of murder, romance, or revival of the dead. Aladdin tricks the Genie into freeing them from the cave without using a wish (15. Guidance). While contemplating his wishes, Genie admits he would wish for freedom, since he is a prisoner to his lamp. Aladdin promises to free the Genie for his last wish. After talking about Jasmine with the Genie, Aladdin decides to use his first wish to become a prince so he can woo Jasmine.
Aladdin returns to Agrabah just as Jafar tries to trick the Sultan into arranging a marriage between himself and Jasmine. When Aladdin parades into the Sultan's palace as "Prince Ali", Jasmine rejects Ali as a suitor (16. Struggle and 17. Branding). Despite the Genie's suggestion that Aladdin to tell the princess who he really is, Aladdin remains the suave prince, and takes Jasmine around the world on the magic carpet. During the trip, Jasmine exposes Ali as the Aladdin, and demands the truth from him. Aladdin instead fabricates a story that he sometimes dresses as a commoner to escape palace life. The couple kisses as Aladdin returns her home.
Afterwards, Aladdin is captured by Jafar and thrown into the ocean (also Struggle), but the Genie rescues Aladdin as his second wish. Aladdin returns to the palace and exposes Jafar's plot (18. Victory); and Jafar flees after noticing the lamp in Aladdin's possession, realizing who Aladdin is. Jasmine tells her father she wants to marry Prince Ali (19. Liquidation). Aladdin doesn’t know whether or not to tell Jasmine the truth about who he really is, and when he does decide, he heads to tell her and her father (20. Return).
Meanwhile, Iago steals Genie's lamp (21. Pursuit) and brings it to Jafar, who becomes Genie's new master. Jafar uses his first two wishes to become Sultan and the most powerful sorcerer in the world (28. Exposure). Using his new powers, Jafar forces Jasmine and her father to bow (24. Unfounded Claims), exposes Aladdin as a street rat (23. Unrecognized Arrival), then exiles him and Abu to a frozen wasteland.
Aladdin rescues the magic carpet and Abu (22. Rescue), and then he uses the magic carpet to return to Agrabah, where Jafar has imprisoned both Jasmine and the Sultan as his slaves. Jasmine distracts Jafar with a seductive act as Aladdin tries to steal back the lamp, but Jafar confronts him (25. Difficult Task). He imprisons Jasmine in a large hourglass and turns himself into an enormous cobra.
As Jafar traps Aladdin in his coils, he boasts to be "the most powerful being on Earth", which causes Aladdin to shout out that the Genie is more powerful (26. Solution). Faced with this realization, Jafar uses his final wish to become a genie. However, Jafar discovers that genies are not free entities as he is sucked into a black lamp, dragging Iago with him. The Genie flicks the lamp into the Cave of Wonders (30. Punishment, also Victory).
After Aladdin realizes that he cannot keep pretending to be something he is not, he decides to keep his promise and wish for the Genie's freedom (29. Transfiguration). Seeing Jasmine's love for Aladdin, the Sultan changes the law to allow her to marry whomever she deems worthy (27. Recognition, also Liquidation). The newly free Genie leaves to explore the world while Aladdin and Jasmine celebrate their engagement (31. Wedding).
So, there you are. Next up, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.