History Characters / BeautyandtheBeast

14th Jan '17 8:39:58 AM raziel123
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* CurtainsMatchTheWindows: Brown hair and eyes.
* CuteBookworm: The townspeople think she's odd for reading so much but not one of them denies her beauty.

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* CurtainsMatchTheWindows: Brown hair and eyes.
* CuteBookworm: The townspeople think she's odd for reading so much but not one of them denies her beauty.
13th Jan '17 12:09:36 PM masterofthehouse
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: She's a genuine sweetheart, but in the heat of battle, she becomes a force to be reckoned with. Just ask the guy that she ''crushed'' during the climax...



* BewareTheNiceOnes: She's a genuine sweetheart, but in the heat of battle, she becomes a force to be reckoned with. Just ask the guy that she ''crushed'' during the climax...
12th Jan '17 7:15:42 PM masterofthehouse
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* DraggedIntoDrag: This is how she takes care of one of Gaston's goons. She traps him inside her drawers, and when she spits him back out, he's humiliatingly dressed in drag, makeup and all.
12th Jan '17 7:01:33 PM masterofthehouse
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* DemotedToExtra: A meta example. She was originally intended to be a major supporting character (named Madame Armoire in early development), but her role was eventually transferred to Mrs. Potts.
12th Jan '17 2:13:26 PM masterofthehouse
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* NamedByTheAdaptation: She's named Madame de la Grande Bouche (which more or less means "[[MeaningfulName Lady Big Mouth]]" in French) in thr Broadway musical. In the 2017 remake, she's named Madame de Garderobe.

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* NamedByTheAdaptation: She's named Madame de la Grande Bouche (which more or less means "[[MeaningfulName Lady Big Mouth]]" in French) in thr the Broadway musical. In the 2017 remake, she's named Madame de Garderobe.


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* AscendedExtra: While still a side villain, he's given a considerable amount of stage time in the Broadway musical, and even has his own VillainSong alongside Gaston and [=LeFou=], in the form of "Maison de Lunes".


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* VillainSong: "Maison de Lunes" in the musical, which essentially depicts him teaming up with Gaston to incarcerate Maurice.
12th Jan '17 2:04:57 PM masterofthehouse
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!!Residents of the French Village

[[folder:Gaston]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:"And don't I deserve the best?"]]
->''"As a specimen, yes I'm intimidating!"''
->'''Voiced by:''' Richard White

A vain hunter who vies for Belle's hand in marriage and is determined not to let anyone else win her heart. Gaston is egotistical and the main antagonist.

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!!Residents of the French Village

[[folder:Gaston]]
[[folder:The Wardrobe]]
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->''"The master's really not so bad once you get to know him. Why
don't I deserve the best?"]]
->''"As
you give him a specimen, yes I'm intimidating!"''
chance?"''
->'''Voiced by:''' Richard White

A vain hunter who vies for Belle's hand in marriage and is determined not to let anyone else win her heart. Gaston is egotistical and the main antagonist.
by''': Jo Anne Worley

The castle's kindhearted lady-in-waiting, transformed into a talking wardrobe.


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* AscendedExtra: Like Babette, she's a much more prominent character in the stage musical, and is even given a bit of backstory (she was a famous opera singer who's career abruptly ended after the curse).
* BattleCry: She sings a magnificent high note as she lands on a villager during the final battle.
* BrawnHilda: In the musical, she dresses up as a Valkryie during the final battle and uses her booming singing voice as a weapon.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: She's a genuine sweetheart, but in the heat of battle, she becomes a force to be reckoned with. Just ask the guy that she ''crushed'' during the climax...
* NamedByTheAdaptation: She's named Madame de la Grande Bouche (which more or less means "[[MeaningfulName Lady Big Mouth]]" in French) in thr Broadway musical. In the 2017 remake, she's named Madame de Garderobe.
* PromotedToLoveInterest: She essentially becomes Cogsworth's love interest by the end of the musical.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: She's never seen again after the climax, and we never get to see her in human form once the spell is broken. The musical averts this, and shows her reverting back into a human alongside the other servants.
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!!Residents of the French Village

[[folder:Gaston]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/gaston_transparent.png]]
[[caption-width-right:350:"And don't I deserve the best?"]]
->''"As a specimen, yes I'm intimidating!"''
->'''Voiced by:''' Richard White

A vain hunter who vies for Belle's hand in marriage and is determined not to let anyone else win her heart. Gaston is egotistical and the main antagonist.
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7th Jan '17 12:29:30 PM EarthboyJim
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* ArcherArchetype: Gaston is a interesting subversion: he is a musclebound, loud , uneducated bruiser which doesn't correspond to the trope(cold, analytical and physically weak). However, he is capable of great feats of strength which is accurate for archers who need it to pull the strings: ironically, he has been shown using a blunderbuss while wearing a quiver full of arrow and only use a bow at the climax.

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* ArcherArchetype: Gaston is a interesting subversion: he is a musclebound, loud , uneducated bruiser which doesn't correspond to the trope(cold, analytical and physically weak). However, he is capable of great feats of strength which is accurate for archers who TruthinTelevision(you need it to be quite strong if you want to pull the strings: ironically, strings. Ironically, he has been shown using a blunderbuss while wearing a quiver full of arrow and only use a bow at the climax.
6th Jan '17 6:41:36 PM NOYB
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* AesopCollateralDamage: You kinda have to wonder why the Beast's servants have to be cursed as well as the Beast himself. It's implied in some sources that she cursed the servants as well for spoiling the Prince in such a manner that led to his Jerkass attitude. Though this still doesn't excuse her doing so.

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* AesopCollateralDamage: You kinda have to wonder why the Beast's servants have to be cursed as well as the Beast himself. It's implied in some sources that she cursed the servants as well for spoiling the Prince in such a manner that led to his Jerkass attitude. Though this still doesn't excuse her doing so.
6th Jan '17 6:35:30 PM NOYB
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* TeamMom: From her own son chip, to the Beast himself, she mothers everyone.

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* TeamMom: From her own son chip, Chip, to the Beast himself, she mothers everyone.
5th Jan '17 2:19:23 PM EarthboyJim
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* ArcherArchetype: Gaston is a interesting subversion: he is a musclebound, loud , uneducated which doesn't correspond to the trope(cold, analytical and physically weak). However, he is capable of great feats of strength which is accurate for archers who need it to pull the strings: ironically, he has been shown using a blunderbuss while wearing a quiver full of arrow and only use a bow at the climax.

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* ArcherArchetype: Gaston is a interesting subversion: he is a musclebound, loud , uneducated bruiser which doesn't correspond to the trope(cold, analytical and physically weak). However, he is capable of great feats of strength which is accurate for archers who need it to pull the strings: ironically, he has been shown using a blunderbuss while wearing a quiver full of arrow and only use a bow at the climax.
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