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It Might Get Loud” (section. 4.4 para 14). In the film The Little Mermaid (1989) A young princess named Ariel the protagonists dreams of becoming human when Ursula the antagonist gives Ariel her dream of becoming human for the price of her voice and if she doesn’t get kissed by one true love prince Eric by the third sunset Ursula will own her soul and turn her into a polyps The next day, Ariel discovers that Eric will be married to Vanessa. Scuttle discovers that Vanessa is Ursula in disguise and rushes to tell Ariel who immediately pursues the wedding. Sebastian rushes to inform Triton, and Scuttle disrupts the wedding
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FANTASY GENRE AND THE LITTLE MERMAID 3 ceremony with the help of Ariel’s animal friends. In the chaos, the shell around Ursula's neck gets destroyed, restoring Ariel's voice and breaking Ursula's curse on Eric. Eric Realizes that Ariel is the girl who saved his life, Eric rushes over to kiss Ariel, but the sun sets and Ariel transforms back into a mermaid This part would be one occurrence that would be identified as a musical because when Ariel gets her voice back, she breaks into a song. Summary, Story, Plot, (Musical Genre) The Little Mermaid (1989) Ariel is a young mermaid princess, who loves to go exploring with her best friend Flounder where they collect lost treasure that they find from a sunken ship. Ariel and Flounder get chased by a shark they escape and Ariel finds herself close to the surface where she sees a ship and music playing she decides to go see what humans are like up close, she sees a
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