Other mistake: When Milo is practising his speech, he jumps over the blackboard to answer the phone. The top of the blackboard rests on the desk, but when he slides back over, it swings all the way round . If it hit the desk one way, it would have hit the desk swinging the other way round.
The great crystal of Atlantis was hidden beneath the city by Kida's father; the crystal is living and keeps Atlantis and its people alive. The crystal grew a conscience when Kida's father tried to use the crystal's power as a weapon and that's what caused Atlantis to sink. Milo and the crew rescue Kida from Rourke. Kida, fused with the crystal, saves the city from being destroyed by lava. Audrey, Mole, Vinny, Sweet, Mrs. Packard and Cookie return to the U.S. with a few treasures. They provide to Mr. Whitmore evidence that they reached Atlantis; Milo sends him a crystal and a thank you note for believing in him and his grandfather. Milo stays in Atlantis and Kida is the next to rule Atlantis. Instead of having the great crystal beneath the city, it's now above the city and the Atlantean civilization is no longer in danger of dying.
Helga Sinclair: The men need the four basic food groups.
Cookie: I got your four basic food groups: beans, bacon, whiskey, and lard.
Trivia: Similar to how "The Lion King" was accused of stealing material from "Kimba: The White Lion", this movie also has ties to another Japanese program of the same nature. Have a read about "Nadia - The secret of blue water" and you will see similarities between the sets, character designs and plots. Here is one link, there are many more out there about it: http://www.thesecretofbluewater.com/atlantis-i.htm
Question: What was that thing that Mole picked off Milo's finger to examine with his binoculars?
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