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Um ihren Vater zu retten, begibt sich die hübsche, kluge Belle freiwillig in die Gefangenschaft eines monströsen Biestes, das in einem verwunschenen Schloss in der Nähe ihres Dorfes lebt. Trotz seines abschreckenden Äußeren entpuppt sich ihr. Die Schöne und das Biest (Originaltitel: Beauty and the Beast) ist ein US-amerikanischer Fantasy-Musical-Film von Bill Condon, produziert von Walt Disney. Beauty and the Beast ist ein Remake der US-amerikanischen Fernsehserie Die Schöne und das Biest von CBS, die von 20von den CBS Television. Entdecken Sie Produkte und Kundenmeinungen passend zu beauty and beast disney. Große Auswahl zu günstigen Preisen ✓ Kostenloser Versand möglich. getfastr.co - Kaufen Sie Beauty and the Beast günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer.
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He defeats Gaston but spares his life before reuniting with Belle. However, Gaston stabs the Beast with a knife and falls to his death after losing his footing.
Belle tearfully professes her love to the Beast and the spell is undone, reviving the Beast and restoring his human form along with all his servants and his castle.
The Prince and Belle host a ball for the kingdom, where they dance happily. After the success of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in , Walt Disney sought out other stories to adapt into feature films, with Beauty and the Beast being among the stories he considered.
Nichols states Disney may later have been discouraged by Jean Cocteau having already done his version. Decades later, during the production of Who Framed Roger Rabbit in , the Disney studio resurrected Beauty and the Beast as a project for the satellite animation studio it had set up in London, England to work on Roger Rabbit.
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.
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 19th-century France.
This was an unusual production move for an animated film, which is traditionally developed on storyboards rather than in scripted form.
Linda Woolverton wrote the original draft of the story before storyboarding began, and worked with the story team to retool and develop the film.
Upon seeing the initial storyboard reels in , Walt Disney Studios chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg ordered that the film be scrapped and started over from scratch.
A few months after starting anew, Purdum resigned as director. The studio had approached John Musker and Ron Clements to direct the film, but they turned down the offer, saying they were "tired" after just having finished directing Disney's recent success The Little Mermaid.
Disney then hired first-time feature directors Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale. In addition, Katzenberg asked songwriters Howard Ashman and Alan Menken , who had written the song score for The Little Mermaid , to turn Beauty and the Beast into a Broadway-style musical film in the same vein as Mermaid.
Ashman, who at the time had learned he was dying of complications from AIDS, had been working with Disney on a pet project of his, Aladdin , and only reluctantly agreed to join the struggling production team.
These ideas were somewhat similar to elements of the French film version of Beauty and the Beast , which introduced the character of Avenant, an oafish suitor somewhat similar to Gaston,  as well as inanimate objects coming to life in the Beast's castle.
By early , Katzenberg had approved the revised script, and storyboarding began again. Production of Beauty and the Beast was to be completed on a compressed timeline of two years rather than the traditional four-year Disney Feature Animation production schedule; this was due to the loss of production time spent developing the earlier Purdum version of the film.
The final dance between Belle and the Prince was reused from the final dance sequence between Princess Aurora and Prince Phillip from the film Sleeping Beauty.
According to Trousdale, this was done because production of the film was nearing the deadline, and this was the easiest way to do that sequence.
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.
Other songs included " Be Our Guest ," sung in its original version to Maurice by the objects when he becomes the first visitor to eat at the castle in a decade, " Gaston ," a solo for the swaggering villain and his bumbling sidekick, "Human Again," a song describing Belle and Beast's growing love from the objects' perspective, the love ballad " Beauty and the Beast Tale as Old as Time " and the climactic " The Mob Song.
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 singing the song to Belle rather than her father.
Wise and Trousdale agreed, and the sequence and song were retooled to replace Maurice with Belle. The film's title song went through a noted bit of uncertainty during production.
Originally conceived as a rock-oriented song, it was changed to a slow, romantic ballad. Howard Ashman and Alan Menken asked Angela Lansbury to perform the song, but she did not think her voice was suited for the melody.
When she voiced her doubts, Menken and Ashman asked her for at least one take and told her to perform the song as she saw fit.
Lansbury reportedly reduced everyone in the studio to tears with her rendition, nailing the song in the one take asked of her.
This version went on to win the Oscar for Best Original Song. Menken would later revise "Human Again" for inclusion in the 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 He never saw the finished film, though he did get to see it in its unfinished format.
Ashman's work on Aladdin was completed by another lyricist, Tim Rice. Before Ashman's death, members of the film's production team visited him after the film's well-received first screening, with Don Hahn commenting that "the film would be a great success.
Who'd have thought it? We will be forever grateful. Howard Ashman: — The song became Dion's second single to land within the top of the Billboard Hot , peaking at number nine.
The song peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary chart. In Canada, "Beauty and the Beast" peaked at number two. The song sold over a million copies worldwide.
At the end of the screening, Beauty and the Beast received a ten-minute-long standing ovation from the film festival audience.
The film was restored and remastered for its New Year's Day, re-release in IMAX theatres in a special-edition edit, including a new musical sequence.
For this version of the film, much of the animation was cleaned up, a new sequence set to the deleted song "Human Again" was inserted into the film's second act, and a new digital master from the original CAPS production files was used to make the high-resolution IMAX film negative.
A sing along edition of the film, hosted by Jordin Sparks , was released in select theaters on September 29 and October 2, Prior to the showing of the film, Sparks showed an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the newly restored film and the making of her new Beauty and the Beast music video.
There was also commentary from producer Don Hahn, interviews with the cast and an inside look at how the animation was created.
A Disney Digital 3D version of the film, the second of a traditionally animated film, was originally scheduled to be released in US theatres on February 12, , but the project was postponed.
No such edit was made to later reissues of the film. The "work-in-progress" version screened at the New York Film Festival was also released on VHS and LaserDisc at this time;  however, said version was the only one available on the latter format until the fall of , when the completed theatrical version was released.
This measure was to diminish the threat of video pirates making copies derived from the LaserDisc which are not copy-protected and selling them in international markets, where the film was yet to be available for home release.
The film was released from the vault on October 5, as the second of Disney's Diamond Editions, in the form of a three-disc Blu-ray Disc and DVD combination pack  —the first release of Beauty and the Beast on home video in high-definition format.
The 3D combo pack is identical to the original Diamond Edition, except for the added 3D disc and digital copy. The Blu-ray release went into the Disney Vault along with the two sequels on April 30, Upon its release, Beauty and the Beast received widespread acclaim from critics and audiences alike for its animation, screenplay, characters, musical score, musical numbers, and voice acting.
The website's critical consensus reads, "Enchanting, sweepingly romantic, and featuring plenty of wonderful musical numbers, Beauty and the Beast is one of Disney's most elegant animated offerings.
Janet Maslin of The New York Times praised the film with the following statement, "Two years ago, Walt Disney Pictures reinvented the animated feature, not only with an eye toward pleasing children, but also with an older, savvier audience in mind.
Disney truly bridged a generation gap with The Little Mermaid … Now, lightning has definitely struck twice with Beauty and the Beast.
Jay Boyar of the Orlando Sentinel gave the film four out of five stars, saying "It's not an especially scary movie, but right from the start, you can tell that this Beauty and the Beast has a beauty of a bite.
I think it should have won [Best Picture] … I think the animation on the beast is one of the greatest pieces of animation I've seen".
Animation historian Michael Barrier wrote that Belle "becomes a sort of intellectual less by actually reading books, it seems, than by hanging out with them", but says that the film comes closer than other "Disney-studio" films to "accepting challenges of the kind that the finest Walt Disney features met".
Whitley also notes other themes and modern influences, such as the film's critical view of Gaston's chauvinism and attitude towards nature, the cyborg-like servants, and the father's role as an inventor rather than a merchant.
Beauty and the Beast has been named one of Disney's most critically acclaimed films. Several critics regard the animated film as superior to the live-action remake.
Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune said that the film "worked wonderfully because it was pure Broadway, written for the screen, blending comedy and romance and magic and just enough snark in the margins", while the remake got lost in translation since "The movie takes our knowledge and our interest in the material for granted.
It zips from one number to another, throwing a ton of frenetically edited eye candy at the screen, charmlessly.
The film was also nominated for Best Picture and Best Sound. With six nominations, the film currently shares the record for the most nominations for an animated film with WALL-E , although, with three nominations in the Best Original Song category, Beauty and the Beast ' s nominations span only four categories, while WALL-E ' s nominations cover six individual categories.
In , Beauty and the Beast was added to the United States National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.
Beauty and the Beast was acknowledged as the seventh-best film in the animation genre. American Film Institute recognition:. According to an article in the Houston Chronicle , "The catalyst for Disney's braving the stage was an article by The New York Times theater critic Frank Rich that praised Beauty and the Beast as 's best musical Theatre Under The Stars executive director Frank Young had been trying to get Disney interested in a stage version of Beauty about the same time Eisner and Katzenberg were mulling over Rich's column.
But Young couldn't seem to get in touch with the right person in the Disney empire. Nothing happened till the Disney execs started to pursue the project from their end … When they asked George Ives, the head of Actors Equity on the West Coast, which Los Angeles theater would be the best venue for launching a new musical, Ives said the best theater for that purpose would be TUTS.
Potts, and Stacey Logan as Babette the feather duster. In June , Walt Disney Pictures announced that a live-action film adaptation of the original film was in the works, with Bill Condon directing and Evan Spiliotopoulos writing the script.
Potts, Lefou, Garderobe, and Maurice, respectively. Production officially wrapped in August Beauty and the Beast merchandise cover a wide variety of products, among them storybook versions of the film's story, a comic book based on the film published by Disney Comics , toys, children's costumes, and other items.
In addition, the character of Belle has been integrated into the " Disney Princess " line of Disney's Consumer Products division , and appears on merchandise related to that franchise.
The show was such a huge commercial and critical success, touring around the world to sell-out crowds, that a television special was made when it toured Spain in Developed by Software Creations , the game was released in North America in Characters from the film like Gaston can help the player past tricky situations.
As Belle, the player must reach the Beast's castle and break the spell to live happily ever after.
To succeed, she must explore the village, forest, castle, and snowy forest to solve puzzles and mini-games while ducking or jumping over enemies.
Belle's health is represented by a stack of blue books, which diminishes when she touches bats, rats, and other hazards in the game.
Extra lives, keys and other items are hidden throughout the levels. While there is no continue or game saving ability, players can use a code to start the game at any of the seven levels.
The second video game based on the film was titled Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast and is a side-scrolling video game for the Genesis.
As the Beast, the player must successfully complete several levels, based on scenes from the film, in order to protect the castle from invading villagers and forest animals and rescue Belle from Gaston.
The third and fourth video games based on the film are action platformers developed by Probe Software  and published by Hudson Soft.
The entire games are played through the perspective of the Beast. As the Beast, the player must get Belle to fall in love so that the curse cast upon him and his castle will be broken.
The final boss of the game is Gaston. It was released on October 25, The video game series Kingdom Hearts features a world based on the film, named "Beast's Castle", along with several of the film's characters.
In the first game , the world has been destroyed and Belle kidnapped by the Heartless, led by Maleficent , but the Beast travels to Maleficent's stronghold and works with Sora to defeat Maleficent and rescue Belle and the other captured princesses.
In the game's ending credits, the Beast turns back into the Prince. Potts, Chip, Maurice, and the Wardrobe. After Gaston is defeated, the Beast transforms back into the Prince.
Gaston does not appear in Kingdom Hearts II , the world's primary antagonist being Xaldin, an original character created for the series, but who shares several traits with Forte, the main antagonist of Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas.
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Nominated for 2 Oscars. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Emma Watson Belle Dan Stevens Beast Luke Evans Gaston Josh Gad LeFou Kevin Kline Maurice Hattie Morahan Clothilde Gerard Horan Jean the Potter Ray Fearon Cogsworth Emma Thompson Potts Nathan Mack Chip Audra McDonald Madame Garderobe Stanley Tucci More About 'Beauty and the Beast' View photos of Emma Watson through the years, discover more about the early career of Josh Gad , plus look back at this formidable group of animated and live-action princesses.
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Brave Alice in Wonderland I Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Edit Storyline Disney's animated classic takes on a new form, with a widened mythology and an all-star cast.
Taglines: Experience the tale as old as time. Edit Did You Know? Goofs During a castle fight scene, Madame Garderobe says 'the fat lady is singing', referring to the saying 'it's not over until the fat lady sings'.
But the earliest recording of this is in the late 's - BATB is set in the 's. Quotes [ first lines ] Agathe : Once upon a time, in the hidden heart of France, a handsome young prince lived in a beautiful castle.
Although he had everything his heart desired, the prince was selfish and unkind. Cogsworth : Master, it's time. Agathe : He taxed the village to fill his castle with the most beautiful objects, and his parties with the most beautiful people.
Crazy Credits The Walt Disney Pictures logo features the Prince's castle with Villeneuve village in the background in the evening before his masquerade party starts.
A rosebush appears near the castle and the Enchantress picks a rose from it, leading into the opening. Was this review helpful to you?
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