"Be Our Guest!"
No, we're not inviting you to our house or even Beast's castle. You should prove your love of "Beauty and the Beast" by being our guest and acing this quiz!
In 1991, the world was welcomed into the animated world of Beauty and the Beast. Based on the 1740 French fairy tale, this story is about a young woman forced to live in a castle and beast made to fall in love with her.
While you watched the story come to life on screen, multiple things came to life within Beast's castle. Who could forget about the valet turned candlestick, Lumiere? What about his best friend, Cogsworth? Can you remember the name of the castle cook and her teacup son?
A smashing success with the theme and plot, this musical also bloomed with its tunes. Besides the fun "Be Our Guest," the film took on a life of its own with "Beauty and the Beast." The magical compositions led the film to win two Academy Awards, two Golden Globes, and five Grammy Awards.
The magic of "Beauty and the Beast" came to life with the characters, scenery, and music. Can you keep it alive with your score? Can you beat this quiz before the last petal of the enchanted rose falls? Be our guest!
Beauty and the Beast was directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise.
Beauty and the Beast is an American animated musical romantic fantasy film!
The voice of Belle was by Paige O'Hara.
Regis Philbin actually auditioned for the role of the Beast!
The Prince turns away an old beggar woman out in the cold because he has judged her appearance incorrectly. She then casts a spell on him and the castle.
He tries apologizing to the woman but it is too late, she places the powerful curse on Beast.
The enchantress has left a rose and slowly is withers and loses its petals.
She lives in a village nearby the castle with her father.
The voice of Maurice is played by Rex Everhart.
She is seen as odd by her neighbors because she prefers reading to hanging out with them.
Gaston has much love for Belle though it is not reciprocated!
Belle sees Gaston as a barbarian who she is not interested in!
The voice of LeFou is by Jesse Corti, a Venezuelan American actor.
Prince Adam turns into Beast with the likeness of various animals such as a bison, bear, deer, gorilla, wild boar, wolf and lion.
As part of the curse, the maître d' has been transformed into a candlestick. Lumiere is played by the voice of Jerry Orbach.
Cogsworth has been transformed into a clock. He is very loyal to the Beast.
Lumiere often teases Cogsworth by burning him with his flame.
Mrs. Potts has been turned into a teapot!
Philippe is a Belgian horse and his voice comes from Hal Smith.
The filmmakers tried out different names for Mrs. Potts including Mrs. Chamomile, but decided to stick with household items.
Chip's voice is by American actor Bradley Michael Pierce.
Despite everyone's negative feelings towards his inventions, Belle believes he will be famous one day!
His name was Sultan.
Wardrobe was called "Madame de la Grande Bouche" in the stage adaptation of Beauty and The Beast.
Of course this piques Belle's interest even further...
She sees the rose as well as a portrait of the original prince.
When she sees his blue eyes, she suspects he has the same blue eyes as Beast.
The mirror was given to him by the enchantress at the start of the film.
Gaston stabs Beast and then loses his balance and falls far down from the balcony and dies.
Belle tries to comfort him but he knows his wound is fatal and he is dying.
"No, No! Please. Please... Please don't leave me," she says as he is dying in front of her, "I love you." and with that, the curse is broken, Beast returns to life and they live happily ever after.
Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve was the novelist published in 1740.
Beauty and the Beast premiered on November 22, 1991 in the USA.
Walt Disney had first tried to adapt Beauty and the Beast back in the 1930s and 1950s but were unsuccessful.
Robby Benson was born Robin David Segal on January 21, 1956.