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Can you help her clean up her wound? Have fun play doctor clean up gam Unfortunately for this lovely princess, she's hav She wants a nice and pretty look with cute school girl clothing. Should she wear knee soc In the Little Mermaid, Ariel feisty spirit matches her flowing red hair
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Thankfully, a good princess story is fun for the whole family, and thanks to Disney, princess movies aren't hard to come by. Perfect for sleepovers and parties, or just a fun family movie night, here are some animated Disney movies fit for a princess. The attention it got was well worth it, though, as this movie features two Disney princesses, Elsa and Anna of Arendelle, sisters who must overcome a curse on the elder. With catchy tunes and an all-star cast of characters including a snowman who's not afraid of summer, this is sure to be an instant family favorite.
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Princess Ariel is a fictional character, a mermaid, and the protagonist of Disney's The Little Mermaid. Ariel is voiced by Jodi Benson in all the above animated material. Her character is based on the protagonist of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid" story, but was developed into a different personality for the animated film adaptation.
PARIS Half a dozen years ago, in the grubbier reaches of filmmaking, there was a feeble vogue for snuff movies. These showed their protagonists being shot, strangled or slowly separated with buzz saws; but that was not the real point. The real point was the claim that the films had been made in countries where, as one put it, ''life was cheap''; and that what was shown happening to the character was in fact happening to the actor as well.