Belle is a french girl who thinks that she is odd.
I may have seen this a long time Vor as I got the loan of it from a friend of mine and I absolutely loved it. The characters are brilliant, the whole story is superb as it deals with accepting a person for who they are on the outside and not Von their appearance.

Here is some things about this film and what my favourite scenes are,charcthers I Liebe and more. Enjoy.

Early versions
Walt Disney sought out other stories to turn into feature films after the success of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and Beauty and the Beast was among the stories he considered.[4][11] Attempts to develop the Beauty and the Beast story into a film were made in the 1930s and 1950s, but were ultimately gegeben up because it "proved to be a challenge" for the story team.[4] Peter M. Nichols states Disney may later have been discouraged Von Jean Cocteau having already done his version.[12]

Decades later, after the success of Who Framed Roger Rabbit in 1988, the Disney studio resurrected Beauty and the Beast as a project for the satellite Animation studio it'd set up in London, England to work on Roger Rabbit.[13] Richard Williams, who had directed the animated portions of Roger Rabbit, was approached to direct, but declined in favor of continuing work on his long-gestating project The Thief and the Cobbler.[13] In his place, Williams recommended his colleague, English Animation director Richard Purdum, and work began under producer Don Hahn on a non-musical version of Beauty and the Beast set in Victorian France.[13] At the behest of Disney CEO Michael Eisner, Beauty and the Beast became the first Disney animated film to use a screenwriter. This was an unusual production Bewegen for an animated film, which are traditionally developed on storyboards rather than in scripted form.[14] Linda Woolverton wrote the original draft of the story before story boarding began, and worked with the story team to retool and develop the film.

Production of Beauty and the Beast had to be completed on a compressed timeline of two years rather than four because of the loss of production time spent developing the earlier Purdam version of the film.[6] Most of the production was done at the main Feature Animation studio, housed in the Air Way facility in Glendale, California. A smaller team at the Disney-MGM Studios theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida assisted the California team on several scenes, particularly the "Be Our Guest" number.[4]

Beauty and the Beast was the Sekunde film produced using Auszeichnungen (Computer Animation Production System), a digital scanning, ink, paint, and compositing system of software and hardware developed for Disney Von Pixar.[4][13] The software allowed a wider range of colors, as well as soft shading and colored line effects for the characters, techniques Lost when the Disney studio abandoned hand inking for xerography in the late 1950s.[6] Auszeichnungen also allowed the production crew to simulate multiplane effects: placing characters and/or backgrounds on separate layers and moving them towards/away from the camera on the Z-axis to give the illusion of depth.

In addition, Auszeichnungen allowed easier combination of hand-drawn art with computer-generated imagery, which before had to be plotted to Animation cels and painted traditionally.[4][17] The latter technique was put to significant use during the "Beauty and the Beast" waltz sequence, in which Belle and Beast dance through a computer-generated ballroom as the camera dollies around them in simulated 3D space.[4][6] The filmmakers had originally decided against the use of computers in favor of traditional animation, but later, when the technology had improved, decided it could be used for the one scene in the ballroom.[12] The success of the ballroom sequence helped convince studio executives to further invest in computer animation.

See also: Beauty and the Beast (soundtrack)
Ashman and Menken wrote the Beauty song score during the pre-production process in Fishkill, the opening operetta-styled "Belle" being their first composition for the film.[4] Other songs included "Be Our Guest", sung to Maurice Von the objects when he becomes the first visitor to the schloss in a decade, "Gaston", a solo for the swaggering villain, "Human Again", a song describing Belle and Beast's growing Liebe from the objects' perspective, the Liebe ballad "Beauty and the Beast", and the climatic "The Mob Song".

As story and song development came to a close, full production began in Burbank while voice and song recording began in New York City.[4] The Beauty songs were recorded live with the orchestra and the voice cast in the room rather than overdubbed separately, in order to give the songs an cast album-like "energy" the filmmakers and songwriters desired.[6]

During the course of production, many changes were made to the structure of the film, necessitating the replacement and re-purposing of songs. After screening a mostly animated version of the "Be Our Guest" sequence, story artist Bruce Woodside suggested that the objects should be Singen the song to Belle rather than her father.[4] Wise and Trousdale agreed, and the sequence and song were retooled to replace Maurice with Belle.[4]

"Human Again" was dropped from the film before Animation began, as its lyrics caused story problems about the timeline over which the story takes place.[4] This required Ashman and Menken to write a new song in its place. "Something There", in which Belle and Beast sing (via voiceover) of their growing fondness for each other, was composed late in production and inserted into the script in place of "Human Again".[6] Menken would later revise "Human Again" for inclusion in the 1994 Broadway stage version of Beauty and the Beast, and another revised version of the song was added to the film itself in a new sequence created for the film's Special Edition re-release in 2002.[4][6]

Ashman died of AIDS-related complications on March 14, 1991, eight months prior to the release of the film. He never saw the finished film, and his work on Aladin was completed Von another lyricist, Tim Rice.[13] A tribute to the lyricist was included at the end of the credits crawl: "To our friend, Howard, who gave a mermaid her voice, and a beast his soul. We will be forever grateful. Howard Ashman: 1950–1991".

A pop version of the "Beauty and the Beast" theme, performed Von Céline Dion and Peabo Bryson over the end credits, was released as a commercial single from the film's soundrack, supported with a Musik video. The Dion/Bryson version of "Beauty and the Beast" became an international pop hit, reaching the oben, nach oben Ten of the singles charts in the United States and the United Kingdom.

My favourite scenes

#1 The Ballroom scene: This has to be one of the most loved scenes in any Disney movie as Du see the Engel on the ceiling, the movements of the camera as Belle dances with beast and the Musik Von Angela Lansbury was sweet and romantic.

#2 Please don’t leave me I Liebe you: I loved this scene because Belle finally sagte that she loves the beast and with her tears the beast becomes human in the end.

#3 Be our guest: This scene was awesome I could sing it all Tag long as well as the Belle song.

#4 The bibliothek scene: I liked how the Beast’s surprise for Belle was the bibliothek and she was over the moon.

Hidden Message

Accept the person on the outside not the inside

Beauty & the Beast gets a 9/10 as it is the best Liebe stories of the 90’s. I who was born in 1991 and I was 6 months old when this was released at the time is proud to have grown up watching these films. I may not own it yet but I cannot wait until the 1st of November 2010. Brilliant masterpiece that should be watched Von the entire family.

Beast who is a human was transformed into a monster as he was selfish and unkind.
One of my fav scenes
Beast becomes Mehr generous as he gives her his bibliothek
A romantic scene
Touching scene
The firework KISS
Beauty& the Beast gets a 9/10