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Little Mermaid Blu-Ray and DVD Giveaway

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The Little Mermaid and Walt Disney Studios

Is there anyone who isn’t a Little Mermaid fan?

How can you resist the cute Ariel and not fall in love with the beautiful music?

The film was originally released in theaters in 1989.

That’s right. 1989. And I still have a copy on videocassette.

Don’t judge me.

We still have a working VCR player. Can you top that?

I was so excited when I was contacted with an opportunity to giveaway The Little Mermaid Diamond Edition 2-Disc Blu-ray+DVD Combo Pack with Digital Copy.

Here’s a little bit about the movie:

BURBANK, Calif., August 2013 – This fall, The Walt Disney Studios invites families everywhere to rediscover the film that gave voice to a whole generation as “The Little Mermaid” splashes its way into homes for the first time ever on Blu-ray™ for a limited time only. One of the most celebrated animated musical films of all time and two-time Academy Award®-winner (Best Original Score and Best Original Song “Under the Sea,” 1989), “The Little Mermaid” tells the magical tale of the mermaid princess Ariel and her lovable underwater friends, Sebastian and Flounder. Now, viewers can experience Ariel’s adventures like never before with sparkling high definition picture and sound, then explore the making of this modern family classic with all-new bonus treasures.

For clips, games and activities go to the Disney website.

All you need to do to enter the giveaway is follow the Rafflecopter instructions below. The giveaway is open only to U.S. and Canada residents, ages 18+ 

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Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of The Little Mermaid in exchange for this post.

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  1. My fave Disney movie is probably Aladdin, and my fave Disney princess is Belle! I’d love to win this giveaway!

  2. The Little Mermaid is my ABSOLUTE favorite Disney movie. My little sister and I watched it everyday growing up. We know every word and song by heart. And my daughter is a red head so we love red headed princesses!

  3. Hard to say what my favorite Disney Movie is. I have to go with the Pirates of the Carribean series. I know that it not just one but it is what it is. I love the little Mermaid. I have such great memories of my youngest daughter watching it. Now I have Grandchildren. They can see it on my big screen TV that would be cool.

  4. Love Little Mermaid! This movie always brings me back to watching it (on VHS!) with my daughters during Autumn. Awesome memories!

  5. One of my all time favorite Disney Movies! My favorite though has to be the Toy story Series!

  6. Glad I’m not the only one with a still-working VCR 😉 I just bought 2 VCR tapes – Cinderella & Sleeping Beauty for my granddaughter–75 cents each at an Estate Sale-yippee! I would love to have a DVD player and The Little Mermaid. What a nice present it would be for my granddaughter (who turns 4 on Sept 30)!

    1. Nope. We still have a VCR, too. Mostly my youngest two watch on occasion, but I still monitor what they watch. With Netflix and Huluplus that allows them to watch some educational programs during the day of we’re having “one of those weeks.” Have a great day Jane!

  7. Thanks Marty for the opportunity ! Would love to win, love Beauty and the Beast I’m always in for a love story.

  8. One of my all time favorite Disney movies is Beauty and the Beast. But I also like so many more like Dumbo, Lion King and Tangled. 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. Beauty and the Beast is my all time favorite, but The Little Mermaid comes in at a close second! Thanks for the chance!

  10. Favorite Disney movie – Mary Poppins. My son’s favorite movie – Wall-e (Pixar, sorry).
    I would love to introduce this movie to my son – it’s just so sweet and even the frightening bits are good fun!

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