History Trivia / BeautyAndTheBeast

23rd May '17 7:00:46 PM ngh93
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* TheOtherDarrin: As of 2011, Paige O'Hara was replaced by Julie Nathanson as Belle due to O'Hara's voice changing significantly over the course of twenty years. However, O'Hara still paints Belle for Disney Fine Art and continues to do promotional appearances for Disney.

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* TheOtherDarrin: As of 2011, Paige O'Hara was replaced by Julie Nathanson as Belle due to O'Hara's voice changing significantly over the course of twenty years. However, O'Hara still paints Belle for Disney Fine Art and continues to do promotional appearances for Disney. [[note]]Coincidentally enough, both O'Hara and Nathanson share the same birthday--May 10.[[/note]]
5th May '17 9:47:49 PM dsneybuf
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** "Human Again", animated and inserted into the 2002 IMAX reissue after it had already appeared in the stage musical. "Something There" replaced it in the original cut to remove interludes of the Enchanted Objects tracking ambiguously long periods of time for Belle and the Beast to fall in love, which the writers decided would make viewers worry for Maurice's safety during his off-screen search for Belle (the play and the Extended Version use versions of "Human Again" that edit out these interludes). Jeffrey Katzenberg also ordered "Human Again" removed because he felt it was "redundant". The 3D conversion and the 25th Anniversary Edition DVD cut it back out again.[[note]]The 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray and Digital HD copy still have the option to put it back in, but play the movie without it by default.[[/note]]

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** "Human Again", animated and inserted into the 2002 IMAX reissue after it had already appeared in the stage musical. "Something There" replaced it in the original cut to remove interludes of the Enchanted Objects tracking ambiguously long periods of time for Belle and the Beast to fall in love, which the writers decided would make viewers worry for Maurice's safety during his off-screen search for Belle (the play and the Extended Version use versions of "Human Again" that edit out these interludes). Jeffrey Katzenberg also ordered "Human Again" removed because he felt it was "redundant". The 3D conversion and conversion, the 25th Anniversary Edition DVD DVD, and the live-action remake all cut it back out again.[[note]]The 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray and Digital HD copy still have the option to put it back in, but play the movie without it by default.[[/note]]
5th May '17 9:13:07 AM dsneybuf
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** "Human Again", animated and inserted into the 2002 IMAX reissue after it had already appeared in the stage musical. "Something There" replaced it in the original cut to remove interludes of the Enchanted Objects tracking ambiguously long periods of time for Belle and the Beast to fall in love, which the writers decided would make viewers worry for Maurice's safety during his off-screen search for Belle (the play and the Extended Version use versions of "Human Again" that edit out these interludes). Jeffrey Katzenberg also ordered "Human Again" removed because he felt it was "redundant". The 3D conversion and the 25th Anniversary Edition DVD cut it back out again.[[note]]The 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray and Digital HD copy still have the option to put it back in, but play the movie without it by default, and bury the extended version of the movie in the extras.[[/note]]

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** "Human Again", animated and inserted into the 2002 IMAX reissue after it had already appeared in the stage musical. "Something There" replaced it in the original cut to remove interludes of the Enchanted Objects tracking ambiguously long periods of time for Belle and the Beast to fall in love, which the writers decided would make viewers worry for Maurice's safety during his off-screen search for Belle (the play and the Extended Version use versions of "Human Again" that edit out these interludes). Jeffrey Katzenberg also ordered "Human Again" removed because he felt it was "redundant". The 3D conversion and the 25th Anniversary Edition DVD cut it back out again.[[note]]The 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray and Digital HD copy still have the option to put it back in, but play the movie without it by default, and bury the extended version of the movie in the extras.default.[[/note]]
5th May '17 9:05:56 AM dsneybuf
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** "Human Again", animated and inserted into the 2002 IMAX reissue after it had already appeared in the stage musical. "Something There" replaced it in the original cut to remove interludes of the Enchanted Objects tracking ambiguously long periods of time for Belle and the Beast to fall in love, which the writers decided would make viewers worry for Maurice's safety during his off-screen search for Belle (the play and the Extended Version use versions of "Human Again" that edit out these interludes). Jeffrey Katzenberg also ordered "Human Again" removed because he felt it was "redundant".

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** "Human Again", animated and inserted into the 2002 IMAX reissue after it had already appeared in the stage musical. "Something There" replaced it in the original cut to remove interludes of the Enchanted Objects tracking ambiguously long periods of time for Belle and the Beast to fall in love, which the writers decided would make viewers worry for Maurice's safety during his off-screen search for Belle (the play and the Extended Version use versions of "Human Again" that edit out these interludes). Jeffrey Katzenberg also ordered "Human Again" removed because he felt it was "redundant". The 3D conversion and the 25th Anniversary Edition DVD cut it back out again.[[note]]The 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray and Digital HD copy still have the option to put it back in, but play the movie without it by default, and bury the extended version of the movie in the extras.[[/note]]
22nd Apr '17 9:59:46 PM chasemaddigan
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* FollowTheLeader: Between this and ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', almost all Western animated features, Disney or not, that followed until ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'' came along four years later were fairy tale musicals (the big exception being ''Disney/TheLionKing'', [[Manga/KimbaTheWhiteLion which]] [[Theatre/{{Hamlet}} wasn't]] FairyTale-based).
20th Apr '17 5:32:25 PM glickmam
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** Music/DonnyOsmond and Creator/PatrickSwayze were both considered for the role of Gaston. Osmond would later go onto play Gaston in the stage version of Beauty and the Beast. Rupert Everett auditioned for the role, but was told by the directors he didn't sound arrogant enough. He remembered this when he voiced Prince Charming in ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}''. (He ''did'' end up playing a villain in a Disney movie, though- as Sanford Scolex/Dr. Claw in the 1999 ''Film/InspectorGadget'' adaptation.)

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** Music/DonnyOsmond and Creator/PatrickSwayze were both was considered for the role of Gaston. Osmond would later go onto play Gaston in the stage version of Beauty and the Beast. Creator/PatrickSwayze was also considered as well. Amusingly, had Swayze been cast, he would have been reunited with his fellow ''Film/DirtyDancing'' co-star Jerry Orbach, who had already been cast as Lumiere. Rupert Everett auditioned for the role, but was told by the directors he didn't sound arrogant enough. He remembered this when he voiced Prince Charming in ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}''. (He ''did'' end up playing a villain in a Disney movie, though- as Sanford Scolex/Dr. Claw in the 1999 ''Film/InspectorGadget'' adaptation.)
17th Apr '17 9:27:39 AM Pamina
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* WordOfGod: According to [[http://moviepilot.com/p/behind-the-scenes-beauty-and-the-beast-secrets/4108656 Belle's voice actress]], Belle's favorite play is ''Literature/RomeoAndJuliet'' (Paige O'Hara's own personal favorite book is ''Literature/ToKillAMockingbird'').

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* WordOfGod: According to [[http://moviepilot.com/p/behind-the-scenes-beauty-and-the-beast-secrets/4108656 Belle's voice actress]], Belle's favorite play is ''Literature/RomeoAndJuliet'' (Paige O'Hara's own personal favorite book is ''Literature/ToKillAMockingbird''). This was canonized (and [[CrowningMomentOfFunny mocked by the Beast]]) in [[BeautyAndTheBeast2017 the live-action remake.]]
14th Apr '17 5:49:32 AM WarriorSparrow
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* AscendedFanon: Since this movie came out, many believed the Beast's "real" name to be Adam due to it appearing on a CD-ROM of the film, but WordOfGod, including the animators, scriptwriters, and the Disney website, had stated he does not have an assigned name. Nonetheless, it was officially included in a Franchise/DisneyPrincess quiz game, the D-Show CD, and even on some marketing for the Disney Princes. Finally, around the time of the live-action remake, Paige O'Hara (in a Q&A) and Dan Stevens confirmed it, thereby finally adopting Adam as his name.

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* AscendedFanon: Since this movie came out, many believed the Beast's "real" name to be Adam due to it appearing on a CD-ROM of the film, but WordOfGod, including the animators, scriptwriters, and the Disney website, had stated he does not have an assigned name. Nonetheless, it was officially included in a Franchise/DisneyPrincess quiz game, the D-Show CD, and even on some marketing for the Disney Princes. Finally, around the time of the live-action remake, Paige O'Hara (in a 2015 Q&A) and Dan Stevens (after the live-action film's release) confirmed it, thereby finally adopting Adam as his name.
13th Apr '17 5:35:00 AM WarriorSparrow
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* AscendedFanon: Since this movie came out, many believed the Beast's "real" name to be Adam due to it appearing on a CD-ROM of the film, but WordOfGod, including the animators, scriptwriters, and the Disney website, had stated he does not have an assigned name. Nonetheless, it was officially included in a Franchise/DisneyPrincess quiz game, the D-Show CD, and even on some marketing for the Disney Princes. Finally, around the time of the live-action remake, Paige O'Hara (in a Q&A) and Dan Stevens confirmed it, thereby finally adopting Adam as his name.



* {{Jossed}}: Many believe the Beast's "real" name to be Adam, but WordOfGod, including the animators, scriptwriters, and the Disney website, has stated he does not have an assigned name. Nonetheless, it was officially included in a Franchise/DisneyPrincess quiz game, the D-Show CD, and even on some marketing for the Disney Princes.
7th Apr '17 7:17:08 PM kablammin45
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** As mentioned, the Beast was actually supposed to have an entire song to himself, which was supposed to happen after he chases Belle out of the West Wing, but for whatever reason this was scrapped and he only had a brief singing line in "Something There". However, he does get a song in the stage musical called "If I Can't Love Her" (which happens, wouldn't you know it, right after he chases Belle out of the West Wing!).

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** As mentioned, the Beast was actually supposed to have an entire song to himself, which was supposed to happen after he chases Belle out of the West Wing, but for whatever reason this was scrapped and he only had a brief singing line in "Something There". However, he does get a song in the stage musical called "If I Can't Love Her" (which happens, wouldn't you know it, right after he chases Belle out of the West Wing!).Wing!), as well as a different song called "Evermore" in [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 the live-action remake]].
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