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Little Mermaid (Disney) - Ariels' Dress
In the scene where Ariel gets her voice back and Ursula bursts out of her dress and grabs Ariel when she drags her over the side Ariel is still wearing that blue dress but in the next scene when Triton confronts Ursula Ariel has lost the dress. Also notice that If she was wearing a dress like the blue one then in the era that we are lead to believe the story is set in (Wooden ships, Washer women, Horses and Carts) then wouldn't Ariel be wearing a corset? There is no sign of this underwater and she is wearing her shells again.
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Knex Wildfire on 03-14-2001
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Liss writes:
A corset?? You have to be kidding me if you are even considering that. She wears shells on her boobs! Shes a mermaid! Do we even have to think about reality while watching the movie. She lives underwater, shes a mermaid!
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dianalynn writes:
I know this may come as a huge shock, but if she HADN'T had the shell "bra" on, WHAT would the little kids who would watch this movie see?!?! They're a little young for lessons on anatomy...
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alagest writes:
I think when they both dive into the water you can see Ariel's dress floating down in the background. I don't know I could be wrong.
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crnflakegirl writes:
Nope, you can definitely see the stupid dress floating off into the background. It's not that hard to spot. And dear god, it's a kid movie so who cares if she's wearing a corset?
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