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Login My Account Account Settings My Creations Logout Disney. Skip Navigation Disney. Up where they walk, up where they run Up where they stay all day in the sun Wandering free Wish I could be, part of that world What would I give if I could live Out of these waters?
What would I pay to spend a day Warm on the sand? Betcha' on land, they understand Bet they don't reprimand their daughters Bright young women, sick of swimming Ready to stand I'm ready to know what the people know Ask 'em my questions And get some answers What's a fire and why does it?
What's the word? When's it my turn? In the film, they are voiced by Kimmy Robertson and Caroline Vasicek , and perform the song "Daughters of Triton.
In this scene, Ariel emerges from behind a curtain of seaweed swimming dreamily and hums a few lines from "Part of Your World. All six sisters appear again in the end of the film together with Triton, smiling and waving to Ariel after she marries Eric.
In the second film, the sisters play a minor role with only Attina, Andrina, Aquata and Adella having dialogue. Glut is a ferocious great white shark and a minor antagonist of the film.
He first appears where Ariel and Flounder are exploring the Sunken Ship are collecting human artifacts and pursues them trying to kill them, but somehow gets his head stuck in an anchor and was not seen again for the entire film afterwards.
He makes minor appearances in the television series and also appears as a boss in the Kingdom Hearts where Sora and company at first can escape fighting him, but he must be defeated later to enter Ursula's lair.
Flotsam and Jetsam are Ursula's green moray eel minions, voiced by Paddi Edwards in the film. They do Ursula's bidding and act as her spies, keeping their eye on the events unfolding in and around Atlantica.
They are tasked with following Ariel and reporting her actions back to Ursula. They eventually manipulate Ariel into visiting Ursula to attain human legs.
They are ultimately killed by Ursula inadvertently in the film's climax, and Ursula subsequently mourns for them.
Flotsam and Jetsam appear in the prequel television series alongside Ursula. They also appear in the Broadway stage musical, where the roles were originated by Tyler Maynard and Derrick Baskin.
The eels also appear as puppets in The Little Mermaid Live! Sir Grimsby is Eric's majordomo and confidant. He is voiced by Ben Wright in the original film.
In the opening scene, Grimsby is shown as not having the stomach for the sea, and dismisses the sailors' stories about merpeople living under the sea.
Through dialogue, Grimsby reveals that he worries for Eric, and has been hoping that the prince will settle down with the right girl.
For Eric's birthday, Grimsby presents a statue he had commissioned of Eric in a dramatic pose. Though Eric and Max disapprove of the statue, Grimsby is proud of it.
Later, when Ariel has become human, Grimsby grows fond of her and encourages Eric to give up his dream girl for one "of flesh and blood".
Sir Grimsby appears in some scenes in the sequel, in which he is voiced by Kay E. In the stage musical adaptation, Sir Grimsby says that the reason he wants Eric to marry is because he Grimsby had made a promise to Eric's late father to ensure it.
Though Grimsby is reluctant to believe Eric's story of being saved from drowning by a girl, he comes up with the idea of holding a contest in which the princesses of the land are to sing for Eric, in the hopes that one of them will be the right girl.
In the stage musical, the role is originated by Jonathan Freeman. Grimsby also appears in The Little Mermaid Live! Max is an Old English Sheepdog and Eric's pet.
Unlike all the other animals in the film, Max is minimally anthropomorphic and does not speak in the human language. Max's barking and growling is provided by Frank Welker throughout his animated incarnations.
During Eric's birthday celebration, Max catches Ariel's scent and tracks her down, licking her on the cheek in an apparent show of affection.
When the ship catches fire, the sailors escape safely, but Max is left behind. Seeing this, Eric dives out of his lifeboat and climbs back on board, grabbing Max and tossing him to safety.
Later, when Eric is brought to shore safely by Ariel, Max smells out his master and rushes out to greet him.
Max is also able to smell Ariel who is hidden off-shore behind rocks, but Eric does not understand his barking. After Ariel has made her deal with Ursula and is brought to shore as a human, Max leads Eric to her, recognizing her as the same person, though Eric cannot.
Eventually, Ursula herself appears in the guise of a human girl named Vanessa to distract Eric from kissing Ariel before the third day is up.
Max is the only character in the human world who can fully see Vanessa for who she really is and is seen growling furiously at her during her and Eric's wedding, and she kicks him directly in the face.
When Scuttle and the sea animals try to stop the wedding, Max assists by biting Vanessa's rear, giving Scuttle the leverage to break the conch shell containing Ariel's voice.
Max makes a few brief appearances in the prequel television series and the direct-to-video sequel, and is the only named character of the original film other than Vanessa who does not appear in the stage musical.
Max does however appear in The Little Mermaid Live! His accent implies that he is French, and he performs the song "Les Poissons" in which he happily cooks seafood in the castle kitchen.
According to dialogue by Carlotta the house maid, Louis' specialty is stuffed crab. This puts him at odds with Sebastian, who accidentally ends up in his kitchen and frantically tries to get away from him.
This rivalry is extended to the wedding in the finale, where the chef again chases Sebastian in an attempt to cut him up.
The rivalry is shown again in the sequel The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea , with no change between the two.
He also stars in one of the episodes of Disney's Marsupilami and Raw Toonage as a noise hating hotel guest with his victim, Sebastian as the hotel manager.
Louis also makes an appearance in the episode "Ariel's Treasures" where he accidentally steps on a whisk called a "whirly twirly" by Ariel and it slips into the water when he is making recipes.
In the stage musical, Louis is head of a group of chefs that work in Eric's castle. He performs the song "Les Poissons" from the original movie.
A reprise is performed by Louis and all the other chefs as they present their fish masterpieces to Ariel, Eric and Grimsby.
Chef Louis appears in The Little Mermaid Live! Carlotta works in Eric's castle in a role suggested to be similar to a housekeeper, though it is not stated outright.
She reappears in the sequel, apparently continuing her role after Eric and Ariel are married and have a daughter of their own. She is voiced by Edie McClurg.
In the stage musical, Carlotta develops an affectionate maternal relationship with Ariel. Carlotta sings in the musical number "Beyond My Wildest Dreams", where she berates the other servants who gossip about Ariel.
Near the end of the musical there is a contest where the princesses of the land are to sing for Eric, in the hope that one of them will have the voice of the girl who saved his life.
Urchin is an orphaned merboy with an olive-green tail and is one of the main characters of the prequel television series , in which he is a close friend of Ariel, Sebastian and Flounder, and often goes on adventures with them.
He is voiced by Danny Cooksey. Urchin first appears in the fourth episode of the series, "Urchin. He is approached by small-time villains Lobster Mobster and Da Shrimp , who bring him into their gang and use him to steal food for them.
Urchin manages to steal food from the palace, but in doing so is confronted by Ariel. Ariel tries to befriend Urchin, who at first rebuffs her. Urchin shows his true colors when he helps Ariel escape after she is kidnapped by Lobster Mobster and Da Shrimp.
He even stops Crab Louie from stealing from the royal treasury. This earns him a kiss from Ariel. A friendship is forged when Urchin follows Ariel's advice and apologises to King Triton for his behavior.
In the episode "Trident True", Urchin plays pranks on Ariel's sisters Arista, Attina, Andrina and Adella and buys a Father's Day present for King Triton, implying his closeness with the royal family, and Ariel's sisters admit that they look on him as their own little brother.
Gabriella is one of Ariel's friends. She is a deaf mermaid with a pink tail and matching shells who communicates with sign language.
She appears in two episodes: "Wish Upon A Starfish" and "Ariel's Treasures". In her first appearance, before she meets Ariel, she sees her singing the first part of a song called "Daring To Dance" and sees her twirling about a music box with a figure of a ballerina on top of it.
Ariel stops abruptly upon seeing her, but Gabriella encourages her to continue. She wishes to be able to sing as beautifully as Ariel, and she identifies with Ariel's desire to dance.
She decides to journey with Ariel to visit the Magical Wishing Starfish, passing through many dangers along the way. She is saddened when the Magical Wishing Starfish proves to be a fraud, but Ariel reassures her that she can express her feelings just as well through sign language.
She joins Ariel in the second part of "Daring to Dance. She and Ariel gush over Ariel's new additions to her collection of human objects, as well as the music box that Ariel found when they first met.
Unbeknownst to either of them, Ursula has launched another scheme to take over Atlantica, this time casting a spell that causes Ariel's treasures to come to life and terrorize people.
She is confused and shocked when the treasures come alive, but she works with Ariel to break Ursula's spell.
Ollie is a blue vocal octopus who appears in two episodes: "Wish Upon A Starfish" and "Ariel's Treasures. He has spots on the sides of his head and a patch on his left eye.
In his first appearance, he is shown with Gabriella, watching Ariel sing. After Ariel notices them, he explains Gabriella's disability and introduces himself.
He is also the one to tell the tale of the Magical Wishing Starfish, and he accompanies them along the way. In his second appearance, he is visiting Atlantica with Gabriella and helps her stop Ursula's plot to take over the kingdom.
He is voiced by Whitby Hertford. Pearl is a fun-loving mermaid with a blue tail and matching shells who is familiar with Ariel and Alana. She is blonde, with a blue tail and blue, ruffle-edged shells.
She makes her first appearance in episode "Red" at a party held by Ariel, arriving with a crowd of friends on "squid-cycles.