Mermaids in the Movies.

I have a hankering to watch a Mermaid movie, then I remembered that many moons ago I collected a sea full of sirens, all in one post. 🙂 An Ocean of Ondines, , a Miracle of Mermaids. Let me know your favourite fishy tale. X

sunshine and celandines

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I recently watched Pirates of the Carabean – On Stranger tides and the plot involves the pirates obtaining a Mermaid’s tear. This got me thinking ~ what other films feature fish tailed femmes?

I’ve come up with a list of eleven Mermaid movies. A handful I have seen but a few like Mr Peabody and the Mermaid and Miranda , I really need to watch them! If you know of any I have missed please feel free to comment. 🙂

Mr Peabody and the mermaid( 1948)

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A middle aged man catches a mermaid whil’st fishing on holiday. Unfortunately he is also married and his attempts at hiding her in the resorts pool and bath tub make his wife think something ‘fishy’is going on.Starring William Powell and Ann Blyth.

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire. ( 2005)

In the fourth Harry Potter film Harry has to dive into…

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16 thoughts on “Mermaids in the Movies.”

  1. The only mermaid film I’ve ever seen is Splash with Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah. I remember I enjoyed it at the time but it wasn’t one of my ‘must watch again’ films.

  2. I know it’s not an oldie, but I loved the 80s film ‘Splash’ with Tom Hanks, and Daryl Hannah who played the mermaid. Actually, I think I’m going to watch it again 😃🧜🏼‍♀️

      1. I think you have started a mermaid revival! 🧜🏼‍♀️👏🏼😃 I will have to crochet myself one of those mermaid cosies I see on the internet and binge watch mermaid movies. Now see what you have started! 😂😂

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