The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea

Synopsis: After having found a magic locket which shows the kingdom of Atlantica, Melody decides to run away from home and find the truth behind it. Ariel eventually discovers that her daughter has run away after being told by Sebastian. Ariel must turn back into a mermaid to go into the sea once more to find her missing daughter. However, the crazy sister of Ursula, named Morgana intends to take control over the entire ocean. Ariel and her friends must stop Morgana from accomplishing the mission that Ursula failed and save Melody from her evil clutches.
Director(s): Jim Kammerud, Brian Smith (co-director)
Production: DisneyToon Studios
  4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
75 min

You are my world

My darling

What a wonderful world

I see

You are the song

I'm singing

You're my beautiful Melody


we'd better be going

Look at her

Isn't she glowing

She looks divine

and you look exquisite

- But look at the time

- Couldn't be, Is it

The crew

is awaiting your orders

We're sailing away

from our borders

- Steady, boy, steady.

- Ahoy there! They're coming!

Trumpeters ready!

Drummers, start drumming!

Down to the sea we go

Down to a world I know

There's never been

not ever before

A child born

of sea and shore

Down to the sea we go

Down to the world below

Ajourney to bless a princess-to-be

Under the sun

And under the sea

- Ariel's coming

- Ariel's coming?

- Ariel's coming

- Ariel's coming?

- Ariel's coming?

- Ariel's coming?

- Ariel's coming - Ariel's

coming - Ariel's coming

- Ariel's coming - Ariel's

coming - Ariel's coming

What's all the big commotion

that's spreading through the ocean

From sea to shining sea

Dere is no hesitating

Today we celebrating

Ariel's Melody


Today when Triton's daughter

comes back here to de water

We gonna have a spree


De boat is nearer now

I think I hear her now

Ariel's Melody

La-da, da-da, di-da-da

- La-da, da-da, di-da-da

- Ohh-oh

- La-da-di-daaah

- Yeah

- La, la-da, di-da-da

- La-la-la

- La-da, di-da-da -

La-la-la - La-la, la-la-la

Up from the sea we rise

Up to the world of skies

There's never been

not ever before

A child born

of sea and shore

Up from the sea we rise

Up to the world of skies

Forever to be

together as one

Under the sea

and under the sun

This is your world

my darling

One world

The land and sea

My hope for you

for always

Is that your heart

will hold part of me

Down to the sea we go

- Up from the sea

- Down to the world below

Together we come

forever to be

Under one sun

The land and the sea

My precious Melody...

I'm giving you this locket...

so that you will never forget

that part of your heart...

will always belong to the sea.


- A party!

- Ursula's crazy sister!

I didn't miss the cake

and ice cream, did I?


Surrender the baby, or I'll...

Ursula would have simply

loved to have come...

but something came up.

Now-Now, what was it?

Oh, yes.

You all shish-kebabbed her!

One minute you're on top,

the next you're sushi.

Now, is that fair, gramps?

I ask you.

But then, whoever said

we had to play fair?

Oh, Undertow!

Make way, little mershrimp!

I'm comin' through!

Now hand over the trident,

or your precious granddaughter...

will be shark chow!

You can have

anything you want.

Just don't harm

little Melody.

Well, well.

I get the trident...

avenge poor,

unfortunate Ursula...

and gain all the powers

of the ocean!

And it's not even 10:00.

Not a bad morning.

Hit the deck!


What have you done to me?

Look at me!

I'm an anchovy!

This isn't the end, Triton!

It's just the beginning!

After her!

You'll never find me,

but I'll find you...

and your precious granddaughter!

We shall not rest until

that madwoman is vanquished!

Find her! Find her!

I'm sorry. There is no sign of her.

She's vanished.

We'll keep trying. We'll...

Sweetie, no.

Oh, we've got to keep

Melody away from her.

Until Morgana is found,

Melody can't go in the sea.

- And neither will I.

- But, Ariel...

I'm sorry, Flounder.

But if Morgana is anything like Ursula,

she'll never give up.

This is the only way.

Melody can't know about

merpeople or Atlantica...

or even you, Daddy.

Very well, Ariel.

You're right.


you will watch over her.

Me? Aww!



Oh, Carlotta,

have you seen Melody?

Not since this morning,

Your Majesty.

Louis, Melody's not in here,

is she?

No, Your Highness,

but her birthday cake is.

Twelve petite candles.

Whoo-eee! This is gonna be

some kind of shindig.

Yes, sir, a real swanky soiree,

as they say.

There's just one thing missin':

The guest of honour!

"Sebastian, you watch

over her," he said.

I'm too old for this!

A crab my age should be retired,

getting a tan...

playing sea golf...

sipping a tuna colada!

Not baby-sitting

another teenager.


Hey, Scuttle. Hey, Sebastian.

What's kickin'?

Uh, what's kickin'?

Hmm. L-Let me see.

Don't rush me.

Ha! You know perfectly well

what's kicking!

Now, come along.

You gonna be late for the...

Sorry, Sebastian.

Melody, child, how many times

do I have to tell you?

It is expressly forbidden

for you to be swimming...

- beyond the safety of the sea wall.

- Beyond the safety of the sea wall.

Any such swimmin' is a reckless

disregard of da rules...

don't ya know?

Stop dat.

Oh, Sebastian,

I can't help it.

I just love the sea!

Hey! Come back here!

You're just like...

like your mother.

Hi, Melody.

Trust me!

This time I'm sure

I've got it right.

Yeah, that's what you said last time,

and I was sore for a week.

Oh, stop your carping

and stand still.

Oh, this is gonna hurt.

Yes! Yes! Yes!


Oh, it's just no use.

The power of the trident is just

too strong for me to overcome.

I bet Ursula could've done it.

What was that you said?


I'm just sayin'...

Stop criticizing me!

That's all my mother ever did

was criticize me!

It was always "Ursula this"

or "Ursula that"...

or, "Morgana, why can't you be

more like your sister...


Well, it isn't Ursula's fault

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