Look at this podcast. Isn't it neat? We're doing The Little Mermaid, so please take a seat. Wouldn't you think we're the girls, the girls who really love this much sooooo much! Despite some skipping struggles with our Boston Public Library DVDs, we happily watched The Little Mermaid this weekend. Released in 1989, this is first movie that came out during what people are now calling The Disney Renaissance and also the last Disney movie to use traditional cell animation but more importantly The Little Mermaid brought us tremendous joy as little girls and was actually Sweety's first movie in the theater! We memorized all the songs, desperately wanted to be a a gorgeous 16 year old mermaid with some really amazing hair and Sweety may or may not have made an jaunty dance routine to the sailor's jig from the soundtrack. So we give this movie our typical Sweetie Club treatment by warbling through all the songs from the soundtrack, talking about our favorite parts and confusions, and we may or may not have had a lengthy discussion about rogue penises and phallic shaped coral that is found all over this movie! Just remember .... we got no troubles, life is the bubbles ... under the sea!
Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.
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