Claim: The minister officiating at Ursula's wedding ceremony in The Little Mermaid displays an erection. Status: False. Origins: In the film's first wedding scene (the one in which Ursula, having taken the appearance of Vanessa and the voice of Ariel, attempts to marry Prince Eric), as the bride and groom are approaching the minister, the side-profile shots of the minister allegedly reveal him to be sporting an erection. The minister is dressed as a bishop (wearing a tunic and tights) in this scene, and the triangular bulge claimed to be an "erection" is actually his knee sticking out from under the tunic. The minister's bandy legs and the blending of the tunic and tights make it difficult to distinguish his knee in some frames, although it is clearly visible in others. Do you take this man? Get out! This rumor gained renewed prominence in September of 1995 when the American Life League, a conservative Christian organization based in Stafford, Virginia, offered it an example of the "subliminal sex messages" Disney had been planting in their films and urged their supporters to boycott Disney. The rumor (along with others about the video cover of The Little Mermaid and the word 'S-E-X' in The Lion King, for example) was widely disseminated by the media over the next few months, leading an Arkansas woman named Janet Gilmer to file suit against The Walt Disney Company and Buena Vista Home Video in Washington County Circuit Court, claiming that: Through its marketing efforts, the use of the Disney name, and a 'G' rating, the defendants represented to the public that 'The Lion King' and 'The Little Mermaid' videocassettes were suitable for use and viewing by young children. Furthermore, the defendants never stated or suggested to the public that these videocassettes contained drawings and animated scenes that depicted sexual messages or other material that was unsuitable for young children. [ . . .] Consistent with the explicit sexual message displayed on the package of The Little Mermaid, Disney included a visible sexual message in the movie itself. During a scene in the movie where two of the characters are to be married by a clergyman dressed as a priest, the movement of the priest's garments in the area of his crotch suggests that the priest is getting an erection as the bride and groom approach the alter [sic]. The depiction of this 'event' is visible at regular speed on the home video, but is even more noticeable when viewed in slow motion or frame-by-frame. [Complaint in Gilmer v. The Walt Disney Co.] Gilmer dropped her lawsuit two months later.
hanna is not really a mermaid.
Dye your hair bright red and learn to swim really, really well.
Yes but they are really hard to find.
No. Mermaids are not real and no one is a mermaid.
Urslula is defeated and Ariel turns back into a mermaid. Triton realizes she really loves Eric and so he turns Ariel into a human and she and Eric get married.
Flounder doesn't really have a last name. He is just plainly called Flounder off of the Little Mermaid.
No. She plays a mermaid in a TV show, but she is not actually a mermaid; mermaids do not really exist.
Yes but mermaid melody is really japanese.
i would really love to be a mermaid
Yes,you can really turn into a mermaid
If your a guy, you will get an erection. And if your a girl you will feel really good and if you rub your vagina a little then you will get wet. Then if you feel up to it. masturbate!
she gets really horny
You did not become a mermaid. They are not real so you don't have to worry since you never really were one.
yes it kinda depends you have to believe
On the original Little Mermaid poster, next to the seagull's right wing, it appears to be the KKK sign. I'm not really sure if that's the thing people keep talking about in the poster but it looks a lot like the sign. I hope that helped.
that's really sweet, maybe in the background or before you propose you could play "under the sea" the most famous song from the little mermaid, you could maybe even propose to her on the beach :] good luck -Kirsty
I really recommend A Little Priest from Sweeney Todd - it's hilarious and has some really fun harmonies :)
it really isn't possible for you or really anybody to ever turn into a mermaid if you talk technically there is a syndrome called mermaid syndrome but you have a better chance of finding a mermaid spell that actually works giving birth to a mermaid to give birth to a mermaid your chance of it living would be 1/1,000 it very rare.
If you really wanna be a mermaid go to www.merfolktails.com and buy a tail. That's where I'd get mine if I were a human instead of a mermaid...
well this question is really a opinion so what do you think, but i would say mermaid is cooler.
with anything really