The following is a list of characters first appearing in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1988, by order of first appearance.
Kenneth "Kenny" Beale is played by Michael Attwell. He also appears in the EastEnders novels by Hugh Miller, and in the 1988 EastEnders spin-off episode entitled Civvy Street, though the character is a baby and the actor is not credited.
Kenny is the older brother of Pauline (Wendy Richard) and Pete Beale (Peter Dean). He was born in 1941 to Albert and Lou Beale (Anna Wing). He was born and raised in Walford, where he lived with his family at number 45 Albert Square.
Kenny was banished from Walford in 1965, at the age of 24, when his mother caught him in bed with his brother's wife Pat (Pam St. Clement). He went to live in New Zealand, set up a business selling swimming pools, and married a New Zealander named Barbara. He didn't speak to any of his family for five years after emigrating, and after that it was only Pauline who corresponded with him.
This article lists information of animated characters from Disney's The Little Mermaid franchise, covering the 1989 film, its prequel TV series, its direct-to-video sequel and prequel films, and the stage musical adaptation.
Ariel is the title character of the franchise, save the second film in which she is a secondary character. Ariel is voiced by Jodi Benson and designed by Glen Keane. Ariel is the seventh-born and the youngest daughter of King Triton and Queen Athena of the merfolk, and over the course of the original film becomes human and marries Prince Eric, a human. She is the only Disney Princess to reach parenthood in Disney's animated film canon.
Prince Eric is based on the "prince" character of Hans Christian Andersen's story "The Little Mermaid" but adapted by the writer-directors Ron Clements and John Musker for the film adaptation. According to the film's official novelization, Eric had just turned 18 in the film, which would make him two years older than Ariel. Eric is voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes in the original film and Kingdom Hearts II, by Jeff Bennett in the prequel television series, and by Rob Paulsen in the direct-to-video sequel. For the original film, Joshua Finkel acted opposite Sherri Stoner as Ariel in providing live-action references for the animators.
Melody is the album soundtrack of the film Melody. or S.W.A.L.K. as it was named in the U.K. It was released in 1971 and is performed by the Bee Gees, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and Barry Howard (a.k.a. Al Barry) of Desmond Dekker's backing group, the Aces. It reached #1 on the Japanese charts and sold 250,000 copies worldwide. The song "In The Morning" was a song recorded in 1965 by The Bee Gees, but re-recorded in 1970 for the soundtrack, changing the title to "Morning of my Life", though credited here with its original title. The songs "Melody Fair", "First of May", and "Give Your Best" were released in 1969 on their album Odessa.
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