History Characters / BeautyAndTheBeast

7th Dec '16 4:33:21 AM annette12
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* TheSociopath: Though dumber than most, Gaston is arrogant, prideful, violent, and indifferent to the feelings of everyone that isn't him.



* TheSociopath: Though dumber than most, Gaston is arrogant, prideful, violent, and indifferent to the feelings of everyone that isn't him.
7th Dec '16 4:32:21 AM annette12
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* StalkerWithACrush: Yes, he loves himself more than he'll ever love Belle, but pursuing a girl who hates you, threatening to chuck her father in the asylum, and murdering your rival surely counts. He loves himself so much that it is either incomprehensible or maddening to him that she does not, or just an intolerable affront to his towering ego. "BELLE IS MINE!!
1st Dec '16 1:47:06 AM UraRenge
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* PunchClockVillain: Really he's mainly going along with Gaston's scheme because he was paid off with a sack of gold coins. Even if he really did think Maurice was crazy, the point of asylums back then was to lock up ''dangerous'' lunatics, and as he said, "Maurice is harmless."
29th Nov '16 11:37:19 AM Snicka
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** He bears a resemblance to Brom Bones from Disney's ''The Legend of Sleepy Hollow''. Both are rather respected men in their village who want the best girl in the village. (In their eyes at least). The resemblance ends there.

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** He bears a resemblance to Brom Bones from Disney's ''The Legend of Sleepy Hollow''. Both are brawny, handsome, and rather respected men in their village who want compete with the best male protagonist for the hands of the most beautiful girl in the village. (In their eyes at least). The However, the resemblance ends there. here: while Brom's meanest act is telling a ghost story to scare his romantic rival, Gaston is rotten to the bone.
23rd Nov '16 12:38:14 PM annette12
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* NotSoHarmlessVillain: He's first portrayed as a villainous goofy buffoon but not a serious threat. He then plans to lock Maurice in the asylum and leads a lynch mob to the Beast's castle. Besides this he also stabs the Beast in the back. If he (the Beast) wasn't under a spell he would have surely died.

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* NotSoHarmlessVillain: He's first portrayed as a villainous goofy an arrogant buffoon but not a serious threat. He then plans to lock Maurice in the asylum and leads a lynch mob to the Beast's castle. Besides this he also stabs the Beast in the back. If he (the Beast) wasn't under a spell he would have surely died.
15th Nov '16 5:20:46 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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--> '''I just don't deserve you!'''

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--> '''I '''[[StealthInsult I just don't deserve you!'''you]]!'''
14th Nov '16 4:52:29 PM SirSapphire
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* CharacterDevelopment: More subtle than the Beast, but she does learn that there is more to the Beast than what's on the surface, and once she starts treating him as a person and not as a monster he starts to get much better.
14th Nov '16 1:00:51 PM RebeccaOTool
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**In the stage show Lumier and Cogsworth have a scene discussing exactly this. Lumier points out that they raised the Beast and made him the way he is, and thus have their own part in the curse to bear.
14th Nov '16 12:45:20 PM RebeccaOTool
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** The live-action movie seems to have changed her name to Plumette, and given her a more birdlike design.
5th Nov '16 4:48:16 PM Nintendoman01
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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: When he's still selfish at the beginning of the film, he seems genuinely surprised that Belle would [[TakeMeInstead willingly sacrifice her own freedom to take her father's place as his prisoner]].
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