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Little Mermaid Diamond Collection Blu-ray Out NOW!

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The Little Mermaid Diamond Edition

The Little Mermaid Diamond Edition Out TODAY Oct 1st!

When I was little my favorite Disney movie was The Little Mermaid. I LOVED Ariel – I even told my mom that I wanted to be a mermaid when I grew up! I watched The Little Mermaid almost daily on VHS. I loved it so much that I still watch it. On VHS. Yep, I am old skool!

When I heard The Little Mermaid was coming out on Blu-ray & DVD I was positively giddy with excitement! I couldn’t wait to get it! I was sent my very own copy! This meant introducing it – they way it is meant to be watched – to my twins. Although Ursula is a bit scary at times, my daughter fell in love with Ariel. I love hearing them sing “Under The Sea” in their car seats, pretending to be Ariel and Flounder, and asking to watch The Little Mermaid again and again.

There are a ton of great extras on this Diamond Edition:

  • Part of Your World music video per­formed by Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Crab-E-OKE Sing-Along
  • Deleted Char­ac­ter: Harold The Merman
  • @DisneyAnimation: Go Behind the Scenes with Top Dis­ney Animators
  • Part of Her World: Jodi Benson’s Voy­age to New Fantasyland
  • Howard’s Lec­ture
  • Under the Scene: The Art of Live-Action Reference
  • …and more! (includ­ing all the orig­i­nal DVD bonus features)

The Little Mermaid, Part of Your World

Here are some really awesome behind the scenes clips for you to enjoy! It’s always so fascinating to me to see how Disney animated films are created!

Bonus Clip: Live Action Dinner and Improv
Description: Take a look at the live action reference scenes that inspired the animation for the dinner scene featuring a dinglehopper and a snarfblat!

Bonus Clip: Broadway Moments
Description: Check out a special behind-the-scenes moment where lyricist Howard Ashman coaches Jodi through “Part of That World” instilled with his famous Broadway sensibility.

Bonus Clip: Fitting In And Pop Music
Description: Ron Clements and John Musker discuss how Howard Ashman incorporated pop music into the soundtrack and the way he made the music seamlessly fit into the story.


Bonus Clip: Live Action Eric
Description: See Prince Eric’s live action reference model in action!

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