The old beggar woman comes to the castle, not just for shelter, but wants to try to see if the Prince will see past her ugliness. Since he does not see past her ugliness, he is transformed into a Beast.
Answer: "Promises you don't intend to keep"
Cogsworth was talking about gifts that are often given as a thank you or as a gift for someone you love. Lumiere felt that it should be more personal and then the Beast gives Belle the library.
Answer: Robby Benson
Benson, born on January 21st, 1956 in Dallas, Texas, voiced the Beast. The Beast was introduced in the film as a selfish prince who one day had a spell cast on him for turning away someone who asked for his assistance. The spell turned him into an ugly person and could only be broken if he learned to love and was loved in return. He had until his 21st birthday to shatter the spell or else it would be permanent. The spell came in the form of a rose which wilted away as the spell progressed. The Beast lived in a desolate castle which had a gloomy and melancholy appearance. Throughout the movie, he had a tumultuous relationship with a woman named Belle and it was her love for him and his love for her that allowed him to break the spell. Some of the characters who lived in his castle had names such as Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts and more. The final scene showed the Beast, now transformed back into the Prince, and Belle sharing a dance. Benson starred in the films "Just a Dream", "Modern Love" and "White Hot".
Answer: spoiled, selfish and unkind
This is said at the very beginning of the movie, by the narrator, as he is describing how the prince became a beast.
Answer: A single rose
She warned the young prince not to be fooled by outward appearances, that true beauty came from within. The young prince did not heed this warning, rejecting her and her gift.
While Belle and the Beast are dancing and finally get close, Mrs. Potts is in the backround singing the theme song. For the movie, Celine Dion sang the theme song.
Answer: A bird
Right before Belle comes out of her house, two blue birds fly across the screen.
Answer: "The bookshop!"
The Baker asks Belle this question. She starts to tell him about where she's going, but he doesn't even pay attention.
You hear the word "Bonjour" 5 times in the begining of the song, 3 times in the middle of the song, and 6 times at the end, which makes a total of 14 times in the whole song.
Gaston lives in the same village as Belle and wants to marry her only because she is pretty. Maurice is Belle's father and Lefou is Gaston's friend.
This is when the Beast gives Belle the library as a gift for helping him when he saves her life. After Belle runs away when the Beast frightens her, she is attacked by wolves. The Beast fights the wolves and scares them off, then collapses from the fight. Belle is shocked and almost gets back on her horse, but she realizes that she can't leave him in the snow and she takes him back to the castle.
Fife is the piccolo that works for Forte. He starts out working for Forte, but finds out that he was wrong to work for him. He is a very funny character who ends up getting into trouble. He only tries to break up Beast and Belle because Forte promises him a solo.
He is taking his invention to a fair when he gets lost and finds the Beast's castle.
The bimbettes sing this about Gaston. "Look there he goes, isn't he dreamy? Moniseur Gaston. Oh he's so cute, be still my heart, i'm hardly breathing, he's such a tall, dark and handsome brute."
Answer: her book
They have just finished singing the song, "Belle", and Gaston follows Belle. She had just finished leaving the bookshop with her favorite book that the bookkeeper let her keep. He took her book and told her that it isn't right for a woman to read.
Answer: A dog-legged clincher
When Belle is asking if Papa thinks she's odd, he says "Hand me that dog-legged clincher."
Answer: pink, yellow, green
You first see the triplets in the song "Belle" when they are pumping water.
Answer: "Oh, try to be patient sir. The girl has lost her father and her freedom all in one day."
The Beast asks this question to Mrs. Potts while he waits for Belle to join him for dinner.
Answer: "Oh, I couldn't put it down!"
The Bookseller asks Belle this question after she returns a book that she borrowed just the day before.
Answer: Don Hahn
He also produced 'The Little Mermaid' and 'Atlantis: The Lost Empire.'
Answer: an invention for a contest
Belle watches her father building his invention and wonders if they are odd, as the townspeople seem to think.
Maurice's inventive ability was the vehicle that moved the 'Beauty and the Beast' story along from beginning to end. One example of this was seen early on when Maurice finally got his woodcutting machine to work and he travelled out of the local community to share his invention with the world. Things didn't go to plan and this invited adventure into Belle's life - adventure that she had desired for so long. Maurice's invention ultimately led Belle to the Beast!
When the Beast and Belle dance, Cogsworth and Lumiere are on top of this piano. The piano is not played during this scene in the movie.
Answer: Snow Angels
Belle makes a snow angel, but Beast makes a snow beast. Beast then becomes upset and storms off leaving Belle outside.
The bimbettes sing this about Gaston.
David Odgen Stiers, of "MASH" fame, provides the voice for this character.
Answer: then go ahead and starve!
He runs up to her room, and threatens to knock down the door, and she tells him to go away and that she isn't hungry. And he screams, "Then go ahead and starve!"
Answer: Boarish and brainless
"Me, the wife of that boarish, brainless!" This is sung by Belle. She is not excited about being his "wife."