Disney's "The Little Mermaid"

Can you answer these questions about the 1989 Disney animated classic "The Little Mermaid"?
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Last updated: May 7, 2020
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What song says "darling its better / down where it's wetter"?
Under the Sea
What is the name of Ariel's fish friend?
What is the name of the sea witch who is the primary villain in the story?
Who are her two eel minions? (name either)
Flotsam / Jetsam
What song does Ariel sing about wanting to be a human?
Part of Your World
What type of creature is Scuttle?
What everyday object does Ariel find in the shipwreck at the beginning of the movie saying
"Have you ever seen anything so wonderful in your entire life"?
Who wrote the original fairy tale "The Little Mermaid"?
Hans Christian
In which European capital would you find a statue of the Little Mermaid?
Who is Ariel's father?
King Triton
What type of creature is Sebastian?
What type of accent does Sebastian have?
What is the name of the bumbling French chef who tries to cook and eat Sebastian?
What is the name of the prince who Ariel falls in love with?
What does Ariel have to give up, in exchange for being transformed
into a human for three days?
Her Voice
What song does Sebastian sing when Ariel and the prince are floating in the blue lagoon?
Kiss the Girl
Level 75
May 7, 2020
Turns out that if you don't watch a film for 30 years then you don't remember much about it
Level 77
May 26, 2020
This is correct. At least also in my case, that is.
Level 88
May 8, 2020
Got them all but the chef.
Level 90
May 26, 2020
I didn't remember his name but I just guessed the first French name I could think of.
Level 28
May 22, 2020
Quizmaster's least known quiz, interesting although I can certainly see why
Level 82
May 26, 2020
because it's brand new?
Level 74
May 26, 2020
Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine!

Only familiar to Australian cricketers.

Level 78
May 26, 2020
Creole accent acceptable for Jamaican?
Level 68
Jan 19, 2024
Creole on it's own isn't country specific.
Level 86
May 26, 2020
Could HCA be an acceptable type-in for Hans Christian Andersen?
Level 57
May 26, 2020
Just last names work at least.
Level 66
May 27, 2020
Louis! What are you doing!?
Level 65
May 28, 2020
Petition to add "Unda da sea" as a valid answer
Level 66
Mar 4, 2021
It's spelled Hans Christian "Andersen," with an "e."
Level 81
May 27, 2021
Hey QM, I think Sebastian's accent is actually Trinidadian rather than Jamaican.
Level 22
Dec 20, 2021
that is true it is actually Trinidadian.
Level 77
Jan 9, 2023
A fork? That is quite clearly a dinglehopper.
Level 84
May 12, 2023
As previous commenters have already mentioned, Hans Christian Andersen is spelled as "Andersen", not "Anderson". His last name has an E, not an O. Thanks!
Level 73
Jul 19, 2023
Aw dang I said Louie but that wasn't accepted for Louis :(
Level 68
Jan 19, 2024
There are different types of gulls but there's no such thing as a "seagull." Call me a nitpicker all you want but it's true.
Level 66
Mar 14, 2024
It's Andersen, not Anderson