Beauty And The Beast (1991)

Beauty And The Beast (1991)
Belle, a young dreamer who always has her nose in a book, lives with her inventor father. When her father becomes lost on a trip, he stumbles upon an enchanted castle and is taken prisoner by the mysterious beast who dwells within its walls. Belle finds him and offers to take his place in exchange for his freedom. Little does she know that the Beast is actually a prince who was cursed, along with his servants, until he found the one person who would love him in his current form. Will Belle be that person? Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching the animated “Beauty and The Beast”.

∙ At the beginning of the movie, Gaston grabs Belle’s books and proceeds to toss it in the mud. Belle grabs the book and wipes the mud off with her white apron. However, during the remainder of the scene, Belle’s apron remains perfectly clean.

∙ Maurice stumbles upon the Beast’s castle. When Lumiere is showing him the fire, Cogsworth follows them and falls down the steps. Bits and pieces of him fall on the steps and the floor around him. But, a moment later, when the dog runs through, the steps and floor are clear.

∙ When she realizes her father is in trouble, Belle rides Felipe, the horse, up to the castle gate. In the rear view of her, the hood on her cloak is down, off of her head. It cuts to a close-up, front view of Belle when she asks “what is this place” and her hood is up, on her head.

∙ Gaston and LeFou are singing the “Gaston” number. At one point during the song, Gaston grabs the eggs that are nearby and swallows them. A few moments later, a bowl of eggs reappears on the bar top behind his right arm.

“Beauty And The Beast” (1991) features the voices of Paige O’Hara, Robby Benson, Angela Lansbury, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers, Richard White and Rex Everhart. It runs 84 minutes and is rated G.

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