Beauty And The Beast (1991) — Disney Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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Beauty And The Beast (1991) - Disney Feature Length Film

Beauty And The Beast (1991) — Dis­ney Fea­ture Length Film

CotD: Today is the twen­ti­eth anniver­sary of the release of “Beauty And The Beast”, a film so good and so impor­tant we deem it wor­thy of men­tion as the sec­ond car­toon of this day.

Beauty And The Beast (1991) — Dis­ney Fea­ture Length The­atri­cal Ani­mated Film

In a small French vil­lage, the beau­ti­ful and intel­li­gent Belle ignores her suitor, the vain and boor­ish Gas­ton, as she cares for her father, eccen­tric inven­tor Maurice.

On his way to the fair, Mau­rice stum­bles upon a fore­bod­ing cas­tle in the woods, and is thrown into a dun­geon by the castle’s occupant-a huge sav­age beast. Belle comes to res­cue her ail­ing father, and offers to take his place as the Beast’s pris­oner. Belle dis­cov­ers that the castle’s house staff has been trans­formed into objects by the same magic spell that made their mas­ter a beast. In order to break the spell, the Beast must learn to love another and be loved in return.

As she remains in the cas­tle, Belle and Beast find their appre­hen­sion replaced by affec­tion; but Belle misses her father, and the Beast reluc­tantly allows her to leave.

Gas­ton– incensed at Belle’s affec­tion for the Beast– leads a mob of towns­peo­ple to storm the cas­tle. Belle rushes back in time to con­fess her love for the Beast, and the spell is broken.

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