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Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast Poster
Release date: November 15th 1991
Length: 84 minutes
Tagline: 'The most beautiful love story ever told'
Purchase Status: Signature Collection edition available
Sequels/Prequels: The Enchanted Christmas (1997); Belle's Magical World (1998)
Live-action version: Beauty and the Beast (March 17th 2017)
Beauty and the Beast fun: Visit Belle's Garden
Preceded by: The Rescuers Down Under
Followed by:
Aladdin
Beauty and the Beast Poster details
Release date: November 15th 1991
Length: 84 minutes
Tagline: 'The most beautiful love story ever told'
Purchase Status: Signature Collection edition available
Sequels/Prequels: The Enchanted Christmas (1997); Belle's Magical World (1998)
Live-action version: Beauty and the Beast (March 17th 2017)
Beauty and the Beast fun: Visit Belle's Garden
Preceded by: The Rescuers Down Under
Followed by:
Aladdin



Synopsis

This "tale as old as time" follows the adventures of Belle, a bright young woman who finds herself imprisoned in the castle of a mysterious beast. With the assistance of the castle's enchanted staff, a delightful and tender romance develops between these two unlikely friends, and Belle soon learns the most important lesson of all: that true beauty comes from within.



Credits

Belle
Beast
Gaston
Lumiere
Cogsworth
Mrs. Potts
Chip
Maurice
Lefou
Phillippe
Wardrobe
Paige O'Hara
Robbie Benson
Richard White
Jerry Orbach
David Ogden Stiers
Angela Lansbury
Bradley Pierce
Rex Everheart
Jessi Corti
Hal Smith
Jo Anne Warley


Photo Gallery

Old woman offering the prince a rose Belle at the bookstore Gaston Belle and Gaston Village girls Mrs. Potts pouring Maurice a cup of tea Gaston and Lefou Belle Gaston, Lefou and the village girls The Beast Belle Lumiere Belle in the west wing Belle and the rose Belle and Beast The Beast Lumiere and Cogsworth Wardrobe Belle and Beast Belle and Beast Gaston Belle and Beast Belle and the Prince Belle, the Prince, Mrs. Potts, Lumiere and Cogsworth as humans