History Heartwarming / BeautyAndTheBeast

27th Jun '17 1:48:49 PM 6
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* Several during and right after the battle in the 2017 version:
** The wardrobe forcibly dresses and applies makeup to three of the male villagers. Two of them are horrified, but one of them is genuinely happy with the makeover. Upon her instruction to, "Go, be free," the aforementioned two run in terror while the other one gracefully walks away. It's played for humour, but the film also gives this character a sense of dignity the other two lack and never shows any indication said character is punished for enjoying the makeover.
** LeFou catches a falling Mrs Potts out of sheer instinct, she thanks him, they share a moment, and she opines he's too good for Gaston.
** In a cross with TearJerker, the coat rack's last act before becoming fully inanimate is to catch a falling Chip and gently set him down next to his mama.
16th Jun '17 3:31:38 PM GothicProphet
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* The Beast is initially just as belligerent and hostile in the stage show as he was in the animated film, but careful audience members will notice that he occasionally seems to look to Mrs. Potts for guidance and comfort. It's clear that he loves Mrs. Potts in particular as his adopted mother.

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* The Beast is initially just as belligerent and hostile in the stage show as he was in the animated film, but careful audience members will notice that he occasionally seems to look to Mrs. Potts for guidance and comfort. It's clear that he loves Mrs. Potts in particular as his adopted mother.mother.
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31st May '17 9:00:13 PM Pamina
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** When they're about to dance, the Beast is visibly (and audibly) nervous, and then Belle guides his hands to their proper place and makes him feel at ease.

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** When they're about to dance, the Beast is visibly (and audibly) [[LoudGulp audibly]]) nervous, and then Belle guides his hands to their proper place and makes him feel at ease.
14th Apr '17 9:51:50 PM Pamina
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* During the "Something There" montage, the Beast is helpless with his spoon, so Belle ignores any technical rules of etiquette to pick up the bowl and sip from its edge, which the Beast then imitates with a grateful smile. The reason he's struggling with the spoon in the first place is that he noticed Belle looking at him awkwardly while he was slobbering down his meal like, well, an animal. The bowl drinking is a meeting in the middle moment that defines the pair's growing relationship beautifully.
** That he made the effort to eat with said spoon no doubt helped to speed her emerging feelings along.
* The Beast saves Belle from a pack of wolves her first night in the castle. While grand and daring and heroic, it's also motivated somewhat by selfishness: if she dies, he has no chance of becoming human again. The first truly selfless act we see from him is when he takes Belle with him to show her the castle library, which he presents to her as a gift. His childlike glee and excitement as he pulls open the drapes, and her expression of astonishment and wonder (matching [[SceneryPorn the audience's]]), are truly touching, and the first signs that there really is hope for them.

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* During the "Something There" montage, the Beast is helpless with his spoon, so Belle ignores any technical rules of etiquette to pick up the bowl and sip from its edge, which the Beast then imitates with a grateful smile. The reason he's struggling with the spoon in the first place is that he noticed Belle looking at him awkwardly while he was slobbering down his meal like, well, an animal. The bowl drinking is a meeting in the middle moment that defines the pair's growing relationship beautifully.
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beautifully. That he made makes the effort to eat with said spoon no doubt helped helps to speed her emerging feelings along.
along, and his surprise and joy when she lifts her bowl is a melting moment for anyone who's ever felt embarrassingly "different" the way he does.
* The Beast saves Belle from a pack of wolves her first night in the castle. While grand and daring and heroic, it's it might also be motivated somewhat by selfishness: if she dies, he has no chance of becoming human again. The first truly selfless act we see from him is when he takes Belle with him to show her the castle library, which he presents to her as a gift. His childlike glee and excitement as he pulls open the drapes, and her expression of astonishment and wonder (matching [[SceneryPorn the audience's]]), are truly touching, and the first signs that there really is hope for them.
14th Apr '17 7:48:45 AM Chris116
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* In the stage show, Lumiere and Cogsworth are discussing coworkers and what they've turned into, eventually coming to someone they both describe as "dumb as a brick" and who Cogsworth seems very unfond of. Then Lumiere explains said coworker [[AndIMustScream is the brick wall behind the stove]] and Cogsworth is legitimately horrified on the man's behalf.

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* In the stage show, Lumiere and Cogsworth are discussing coworkers and what they've turned into, eventually coming to someone they both describe as "dumb as a brick" and who Cogsworth seems very unfond of. Then Lumiere explains said coworker [[AndIMustScream is the brick wall behind the stove]] and Cogsworth is legitimately horrified on the man's behalf.behalf.
* The Beast is initially just as belligerent and hostile in the stage show as he was in the animated film, but careful audience members will notice that he occasionally seems to look to Mrs. Potts for guidance and comfort. It's clear that he loves Mrs. Potts in particular as his adopted mother.
28th Mar '17 10:02:17 PM HermioneP
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* The enchanted objects offering Maurice hospitality
25th Mar '17 7:32:05 PM Blackjack413
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* "Cheer up, child. It'll turn out alright in the end. You'll see.", at which Belle smiles for the first time since meeting the beast.
28th Feb '17 6:20:36 AM ladyofthelibrary
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** He's all set to kill Gaston until the man says "I'll do anything!" [[MeaningfulEcho The same words that Belle said when begging for Beast to spare her father.]] The only reason that he is willing to let Gaston live is because the man inadvertantly triggered a memory of Belle, and his love for her soothed his anger enough to end the fighting.

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** He's all set to kill Gaston until the man says "I'll do anything!" [[MeaningfulEcho The same words that Belle said when begging for Beast to spare her father.]] The only reason that he is willing to let Gaston live is because the man inadvertantly inadvertently triggered a memory of Belle, and his love for her soothed his anger enough to end the fighting.



** And then when we and Belle see the rose, a ''very'' familiar tune can be heard playing.

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** And then when we and Belle see the rose, a ''very'' familiar tune can be heard playing.playing.
* In the stage show, Lumiere and Cogsworth are discussing coworkers and what they've turned into, eventually coming to someone they both describe as "dumb as a brick" and who Cogsworth seems very unfond of. Then Lumiere explains said coworker [[AndIMustScream is the brick wall behind the stove]] and Cogsworth is legitimately horrified on the man's behalf.
24th Feb '17 6:30:34 AM rememberthehood1941
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** There is a slight one from Maurice during the scene in the workshop. Belle asks him if he thinks she's odd. He immediately asks "My daughter, odd?! Who would give you an idea like THAT?!" His tone of voice and expression more or less scream [[PapaWolf "Okay, who is this person and where are they so I can give them a lesson in manners in how to treat my little princess?"]]

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** There is a slight one from Maurice during the scene in the workshop. Belle asks him if he thinks she's odd. He immediately asks "My daughter, odd?! Who Where would give you get an idea like THAT?!" His tone of voice and expression more or less scream [[PapaWolf "Okay, who is this person who told you you were odd and where are they so I can give them a lesson in manners in how to treat my little princess?"]]
18th Jan '17 4:02:47 PM rememberthehood1941
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** There is a slight one from Maurice during the scene in the workshop. Belle asks him if he thinks she's odd. He immediately asks "My daughter, odd?! Who would give you an idea like THAT?!" His tone of voice and expression more or less scream [[PapaWolf "Okay, who is this person and where are they so I can give them a lesson in manners in how to treat my little princess?"]]
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