After a terrible tragedy in King Triton's once-happy undersea kingdom of Atlantica, the dejected ruler decrees that all music be banned from his realm. Almost a decade later, Princess Ariel--the most rebellious of Triton's seven charming daughters who still cannot understand why her father is against melody--sneaks out one night, only to discover an illegal speakeasy brimming with music. Excited, Ariel wants more; however, with a headstrong father and a vigilant nanny, she has her work cut out for her. Can Ariel, the little mermaid, restore happiness and harmony to Atlantica?
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Did You Know?
Due to being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, Kenneth Mars
was unable to reprise King Triton for this film. Mars later passed away three years later. See more
In the scene where Swifty asks Triton to raise his right hand for the oath, Triton raises his left hand instead of his right. See more
Let's think about what we've learned here. You just can't hurt people. Hurting is mean. We don't wanna be mean, do we?
Marina Del Ray
[blows her nose
Maybe you're right.
[pinches her cheek
That's my girl. Samba?
Just One Mistake
Music and Lyrics by Jeanine Tesori
Performed by Sally Field
Arranged by Martin Erskine
Additional arranging by Jim Dooley
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