The Little Mermaid

Continuity mistake: In the beginning when Ariel is watching the sailors dance on the ship the dog comes over and licks her face, but she wipes off the wrong cheek.

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Continuity mistake: When King Triton destroys the stone statue of Prince Eric, you can clearly see that the statue's face explodes and breaks into pieces as well as the rest of the body. However, at the point a few minutes later when Ariel decides to meet the seawitch Ursula, she caresses the statue's face as a whole again.

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Continuity mistake: When the wedding is taking place, the priest's cross turns upside down for one frame.

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Trivia: The two minute storm took 10 special effects artists over a year to finish.

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Trivia: When King Triton enters the concert hall and passes over the audience, you can see Mickey Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck sitting among the audience.

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Trivia: Glut the shark was going to appear a second time in the film and Flounder was going to have his time to shine and was going to beat him in a fight of some kind but was cut due to various reasons.

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Sebastian: Somebody's got to nail that girl's fins to the floor.

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Sebastian: Jeez, man, I'm surrounded by amateurs. You want something done, you've got to do it yourself.

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Sebastian: Are you sure about this?
Scuttle: Have I ever been wrong? I mean when it's important.

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Question: What are the names of Ariel's sisters? It's very hard to hear it during their song.

Chosen answer: Their names are Aquata, Andrina, Arista, Atina, Adella, and Allana.

Krista

Question: What are the CG parts in the film?

Hamster

Chosen answer: They are all throughout the film but the biggest one is when Eric is steering the ship to stab or skewer Ursula.

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Question: I once heard that there's a shell somewhere in the movie that has a profanity written on it. Is this true?

Chosen answer: Yet another Disney urban legend.

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