Lena, a young and carefree mermaid princess, lives a happy life in her home under the sea until the day she meets a human, Prince Stefan, and falls desperately in love. Realizing that her only chance would be to become a human herself, Lena visits the wicked Cassandra, who in exchange for her lovely voice, gives her what she desires, warning the princess that if Stefan married someone else, she would then be turned into sea-foam for all time. Written by
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Did You Know?
From the second wave of Golden Films' "animated classics" productions, this is the only one of the seven titles that has the words "The End" written at the end of the film. See more
After the hand-shaped creatures release Lena's and Vink's tails, Cassandra, referring to Vink says, "I didn't say anything about you, dolphin." However, moments before she had indeed said "Let go of them," referring to both Vink and Lena. See more
Eh, look, Claudia! It's a girl from the sea!
Oh, my gosh! She's not wearing clothes, Cecil.
A sure sign that she's a mermaid turned human.
We better get her something to wear.
Version of The Little Mermaid
The World Above
Words and Music by Richard Hurwitz
and John Arrias
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