Disney’s The Little Mermaid Banned Art Cover PLUS PG13 Rated Book
One of the biggest controversies in Disney’s history, had to be when the animator that was sub-contracted, and not a Disney employee was hired for designing and animating the COVER ART on the Disney’s animated movie VHS cover for THE LITTLE MERMAID, and claims it was not meant to look like a mans male part but, If I was the artist, I wouldn’t admit to purposefully doing that either, just saying. Many copies of the now BANNED cover, were released before anyone knew that he had animated phallic symbols as the spires of the king’s castle. When the error was caught, the production was quickly stopped and covers were recalled. The alleged “phallic symbol” in. The Little Mermaid’s. Artwork went undetected by the general public for about a year while the film was in the theatrical release. Ran a story about the offending artwork in mid-1990, the rumor became widespread when Machelle Couch of Mesa, Arizona, complained to Disney and a Phoenix supermarket chain (Bashas’) about the phallus on the cover of. Check it out for yourself and get your hands on my video and one of a kind find, children’s book bundle with the intentional mistake”!