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It was first released on November 17and later re-released on November 14by Walt Disney Pictures. The film was re-released on September 13, exclusively at El Capitan Theatre.

Contents [ show ] Plot The film begins on a foggy morning out on the open sea. A ship then comes from the The little mermaid, filled with sailors singing stories of the legendary merfolk.

Grimsby denounces the merfolk as, "nautical nonsense", but one sailor insists them to be real. While distracted by Grimsby, a fish the sailor was holding slips from him and falls into the ocean.

The fish breathes a sigh of relief before swimming away from the ship. The opening credits play as the fish crosses the deep ocean, until at last, we see merfolk. The merfolk then make their way through the ocean towards a shining underwater castle.

The castle is the domain of King Triton and is where he was holding a concert in his name, performed by his seven daughters and the crab court composer, Sebastian.

In truth, Ariel was out excavating a ship graveyard with her best friend, Flounder the Fish. Inside one wreck, she finds a pipe and a fork, which fascinates her curiosity, all the while unaware of a shark watching her and Flounder from outside. The shark bursts into the room Ariel and Flounder are in and gives chase to them, all across the graveyard, until the two manage to get the shark ensnared in an anchor ring.

They then make their way to the surface, where their friend, a seagull named Scuttle, lives. Ariel asks Scuttle to tell her what the items she collected are.

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He describes the fork as a dinglehopperan item humans use to style hair; and the pipe as a snarfblat, an object for making music. Upon hearing the word, "music", Ariel is quickly reminded of the concert she missed and makes haste back home.

However, Ariel fails to realize she is being watched by two suspicious eels by the names, Flotsam and Jetsam.

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The two were spies under the employ of Ursula the Sea Witch a former member of King Triton's court before being banished.

Ursula hates Triton with a passion for his atrocities towards her, and constantly schemes of ways to exact revenge. The moment Ariel caught her eye, Ursula commands her cronies to watch her, hoping to use her to get to the king.

The film then moves to the royal palace, where Triton and Sebastian are scorning Ariel for missing the concert. But Flounder moves in to defend her, accidentally letting slip the encounter with Scuttle, which quickly angers Triton.

The law of his kingdom forbids going to the surface world, for fears of merfolk being caught by humans.Aug 02,  · Watch video · Directed by Blake Harris, Chris Bouchard.

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With Poppy Drayton, William Moseley, Armando Gutierrez, Shirley MacLaine. A young reporter and his niece discover a beautiful and enchanting creature they believe to be the real little mermaid/10().

Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Shipping and exclusive access to music, movies, TV Fast Shipping · Read Ratings & Reviews · Deals of the Day · Explore Amazon Devices. The Little Mermaid is a animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation. It was first released on November 17, and later re-released on November 14, by Walt Disney Pictures.

The 28th animated feature in the Disney Animated Canon, Directed by: Ron Clements, John Musker.

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Disney's The Little Mermaid was the first in a series of blockbusters that restored the venerable firm's reputation as the world's premiere animated-feature factory.

The title character is a 92%. of over 10, results for "the little mermaid" Click Try in your search results to watch thousands of movies and TV shows at no additional cost with an Amazon . The Little Mermaid is a animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation. It was first released on November 17, and later re-released on November 14, by Walt Disney Pictures.

The 28th animated feature in the Disney Animated Canon, the film is loosely based upon the Hans Directed by: Ron Clements, John Musker.

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