G | | Animation, Family, Fantasy
Before recording "Poor Unfortunate Souls," Pat Carroll asked Howard Ashman to sing the song one more time to get it right. He happily obliged. According to Carroll, he "put on the cloak" and she admits to stealing his body language and two or three adlibs from him ("Pathetic," "Idn't it," "You can't get something for nothing," and "No more talking, singing, zip-pah.")
Isn't this great? The salty sea air, the wind blowing in your face. Aaah, the perfect day to be at sea!
Grimsby: Oh, yes urp delightful.
Just as Scuttle starts leading the birds and sea creatures on the wedding crash, the guests, Eric, Vanessa, and the minister are not visible in the overhead shot as Scuttle and the birds begin diving toward them.
For the 1997-1998 re-release, the end credits were changed to have altered music: a shorter version of "Under the Sea" and then "Part of Your World" as sung by Ariel.
$6,031,914 19 November 1989