Normally I am the last guy you'll hear extolling contracts law, but I was thinking this morning about The Little Mermaid. Man, talk about harsh contract law -- the ruler of the entire freaking ocean can't nullify a contract signed by his minor daughter? And not just any contract, but one which condemns her to eternally sitting in that garden thing? Suffice it to say, contemporary contract law in the U.S. is not nearly that restrictive. Of course, Ursula could claim breach of contract based upon Ariel's theft of her voice, but that does her no good legally; that only would nullify the contract. Ariel might have a shot at claiming that the terms of the contract were to give her a fair shot at claiming the prince, and when Ursula intervenes as Vanessa, that was a breach on her part, thereby nullifying the contract.
Anyway, I noticed on the imdb
page that Tim Curry had
a bit role in the movie. I can't think of what character he might have
been! Maybe one of the sailers in the opening scene? Or the more likely
explanation, to me at least, is that he performed a voice in the tv
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