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The Little Mermaid DVD Review

You can catch Ariel in The Little Mermaid on DVD!
Courtesy of Disney

Look at this film. Isn't it neat? Wouldn't you think the DVD is complete? Wouldn't you think that it has - has really cool features? Kidzworld investigates whether The Little Mermaid DVD is all it's cracked up to be.

The Little Mermaid - Darling it's Better Down Where it's Wetter

Ariel is a feisty young mermaid with a love for all things human. She collects landlubbers' discarded relics and dreams of life on solid ground. After making a terrible bargain with the wicked sea witch Ursula, Arial becomes human but loses her beautiful voice.

The Little Mermaid - Those Poor Unfortunate Souls

Ariel only has a few days to "receive true love's kiss" before her soul is added to Ursula's collection. Poor Ariel is going to need all the help she can from a singing crab named Sebastian, a know-it-all seagull and a flounder named - you guessed it - Flounder.

The Little Mermaid - Kiss the Girl

There will be plenty of dry-land hijinx and a serious ocean smackdown before this fishy tale is resolved. And there are plenty of questions to be answered! Will Ariel kiss her prince? Will she get her voice back? Will she return to the sea? You'll have to check out Disney's The Little Mermaid to find out!

The Little Mermaid - DVD Features

The Little Mermaid is available in a two-disk special edition for a limited time. The DVD set includes never-before-seen deleted scenes, an exclusive animated short, Treasure Untold: The Making of Disney's The Little Mermaid, The Little Mermaid III musical sneak peek, an all-new Kiss The Girl music video by Ashley Tisdale and tons more!

The Little Mermaid - The Bottom Line

The Little Mermaid is one of the most iconic Disney films out there. We don't have to tell you how great it is - you've undoubtedly seen it a bunch of times. The big song and dance numbers, loveable characters and a hopelessly romantic story all make for one heck of a great film. Buy it. Watch it. And then watch it again.

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-ZeroHero-

-ZeroHero- wrote:

no im afraid of sebastian
commented: Wed May 15, 2013

hutcherfan1

hutcherfan1 wrote:

All time fave Disney movie!!
commented: Fri Apr 05, 2013

collado140

collado140 wrote:

Love it
commented: Sun Feb 03, 2013

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