History Disney / BeautyandtheBeast

24th Jun '16 10:27:14 PM dsneybuf
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* HappilyEverAfter: The final scene shows a party for The Prince and his (presumed) fiance. All the castle inhabitants are human again and Maurice is there too.

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* HappilyEverAfter: The final scene shows a party for The Prince and his (presumed) fiance. All the castle inhabitants are human again and Maurice is there too. Chip actually asks Mrs. Potts if Belle and the Prince "...are gonna live Happily Ever After", to which Mrs. Potts answers, "Of course, my dear."
24th Jun '16 8:27:30 AM dsneybuf
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** Thankfully averted with the 3D version, which fixes the glitch[[note]]due to removing the extended version[[/note]] and the soundtrack, also has coloring closest to what was seen in the original theatrical and Classics releases.

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** Thankfully averted with the 3D version, which fixes the glitch[[note]]due to removing the extended version[[/note]] and the soundtrack, and also has coloring closest to what was seen in the original theatrical and Classics releases.releases. However, it does update the opening and ending credits with references to the 3D conversion.
24th Jun '16 8:26:04 AM dsneybuf
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** The Blu-ray of the film has an unusual glitch altering the ending of the "There's Something There" number. Originally, it ended with the objects watching Belle and the Beast read by the fireplace. Since the extended version follows this song with a scene of the objects cleaning the castle, it now closed with the objects in the hallway, closing the doors to give Belle and the Beast some alone time. Selecting the "[[BlatantLies Original]] Theatrical Version" on the Blu-Ray changes the ending of the song to the objects ''about'' to close the doors, but abruptly cuts to a different scene before they shut.

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** The Blu-ray of the film has an unusual glitch altering the ending of the "There's Something "Something There" number. Originally, it ended with the objects watching Belle and the Beast read by the fireplace. Since the extended version follows this song with a scene of the objects cleaning the castle, it now closed with the objects in the hallway, closing the doors to give Belle and the Beast some alone time. Selecting the "[[BlatantLies Original]] Theatrical Version" on the Blu-Ray changes the ending of the song to the objects ''about'' to close the doors, but abruptly cuts to a different scene before they shut.



** Thankfully averted with the 3D version, which not only presents this picture the way it was originally seen (save for altered opening credits and refreshed closing credits which add credits for the 3D conversion, in addition to minor cropping which was necessary to fit a 16:9 3D television set for which the 3D Blu-ray was designed) but also has coloring closest to what was seen in the original theatrical and Classics releases.

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** Thankfully averted with the 3D version, which not only presents this picture fixes the way it was originally seen (save for altered opening credits glitch[[note]]due to removing the extended version[[/note]] and refreshed closing credits which add credits for the 3D conversion, in addition to minor cropping which was necessary to fit a 16:9 3D television set for which the 3D Blu-ray was designed) but soundtrack, also has coloring closest to what was seen in the original theatrical and Classics releases.
21st Jun '16 2:18:23 PM Lancelot07
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* LoveAtFirstSight:
** It's implied that the Beast fell in love the moment he saw Belle but was so angry and frustrated at his situation that he still lashed out at her.
** Averted in the stage musical. Beast sings a song about what will happen if he's unable to fall in love with Belle.
21st Jun '16 7:10:37 AM Lancelot07
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** If one pays attention to the opening shot when it zooms to the castle, [[Disney/{{Bambi}} Bambi's mom]] can be seen grazing in the bottom right corner.
20th Jun '16 3:34:47 PM Lancelot07
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* YearInsideHourOutside: Not explicit, but time seems to run more slowly inside the Beast's castle. Belle has time to reform the Beast and fall in love with him while only two or three days pass "outside." If the midquel is anything to note, two of those days were Christmas Eve and Christmas itself.
20th Jun '16 3:30:35 PM Lancelot07
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--> "What's the matter, Beast? Too ''"kind and gentle"'' to fight ''back''!?"7

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--> "What's the matter, Beast? Too ''"kind and gentle"'' to fight ''back''!?"7''back''!?"
20th Jun '16 3:24:40 PM Lancelot07
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* RuleOfSymbolism: When the Beast is transforming back to a human, his cape wraps around him like a cocoon as if to mimick the transformation between a caterpillar and a butterfly.
20th Jun '16 2:11:04 PM Lancelot07
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* HeroicResolve: Beast gets this, once Belle's return shows him shes love him. [[LetsGetDangerous This is bad for Gaston]].

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* HeroicResolve: Beast gets this, once Belle's return shows him shes love she loves him. [[LetsGetDangerous This is bad for Gaston]].
20th Jun '16 2:05:11 PM Lancelot07
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* GentleGiant: The Beast, himself (mostly in the film's second half) and in an excellent use of PrimalStance (see below) the kinder he becomes the bigger he seems to get. He's so big he could probably snap most average-sized men in half over his knee.

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* GentleGiant: The Beast, himself (mostly in the film's second half) and in an excellent use of PrimalStance (see below) the kinder he becomes the bigger he seems to get. He's so big he could probably snap most average-sized men in half over after his knee.CharacterDevelopment.
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