The Little Mermaid (1992–1994)
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Ariel finds a pirate's boot he lost at sea, but Triton and everyone else believe it to be evil because it came from a human. Triton has it buried under the sea by Ariel, but a sea snail ... See full synopsis »

Director:

Jamie Mitchell

Writers:

Hans Christian Andersen (characters), Chuck Menville
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Episode credited cast:
Jodi Benson ... Ariel (voice)
Edan Gross Edan Gross ... Flounder (voice)
Samuel E. Wright ... Sebastian (voice)
Kenneth Mars ... Triton (voice)
Danny Cooksey ... Urchin (voice)
Tim Curry ... The Evil Manta (voice)
Joe Alaskey ... Lobster Mobster (voice)
David L. Lander ... Da Shrimp (voice) (as David Lander)
Mary Kay Bergman ... Arista (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... Eric (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Neil Ross ... (voice)
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Ariel finds a pirate's boot he lost at sea, but Triton and everyone else believe it to be evil because it came from a human. Triton has it buried under the sea by Ariel, but a sea snail soon digs it up. The sea clams turn Triton's fears of the "Thingamajigger" into making it into a powerful weapon, which the Lobster Mobster steals. The Lobster Mobster aims the top of the boot at a cliff like a gun, and simultaneously the cliff is blown away by a pirate's cannonball, leading the Lobster Mobster to believe it is a powerful weapon. Sebastian ends up in the boot, when he tries to steal it back, really confusing things for the mobster. Then the Evil Manta overpowers the Lobster Mobster and steals the "Thingamajigger" himself, also believing it was a powerful weapon.

Meanwhile, Ariel still believes the "Thingamajigger" isn't as dangerous as everyone fears, so she swims to shore to learn more. While hiding under a dock, a porpoise is caught in a net, and Ariel witnesses a dark-haired young ...

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7 November 1992 (USA) See more »

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Soundtracks

Under the Sea
(Instrumental version used in the end credits)
Music by Alan Menken
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Mobster Lobster, The Evil Manta and The Little Mermaid, what more can you ask for?
23 March 2010 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

Not the best episode of this truly great series, but a solid one. The animation is fine, with luscious underwater backgrounds especially. My only disappointment though was the character animation of Prince Eric, who makes a cameo here. Here he isn't as handsome as he was in the movie, he looked somewhat ragdollish. The music as usual is lovely, the story is effective and the characters are likable. Ariel is still resourceful and headstrong, Sebastian is hilarious and here we have not one but two villains. Mobster Lobster is as devious as ever, and it was delight to see the Evil Manta again. Once again the voice work is perfect, Jodi Benson is wonderful as Ariel, Kenneth Mars is an inspired King Triton, Samuel E.Wright is a fun Sebastian and Joe Alaskey is a perfect Mobster Lobster. Tim Curry, apart from his voice sounding as though it had been electronified, is suitably menacing as the Evil Manta. Overall, entertaining and fun. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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