Animation Of 'beauty And The Beast'

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BEAUTY AND THE BEASTThe fairy tale beauty and the beast is based on the book .it was a tale told by Disney in the mid 1980s and the film was made in 1991 it was directed by (Gary Trousdale Wise), produced by (Don Hahn) ,written by (Linda Woolverton ), Narrated by (David Ogden stiers ,starring Paige O'Hara, Robby Benson Richard White, Jerry Orbach, Angela Lansbury , David Ogden Stiers),Music by (Alan Menken ,Howard Ashman), Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures (USA) Warner Bros . (Spain). Release date(s) States: November, 1991 France October 21, 1992 .Running time Original: 84 minutes Special Edition: 90 minutes. Country: United States. Language: English.Belle is a girl who is dissatisfied with life in a small provincial French town, constantly trying to fend off the misplaced "affections" of conceited Gaston. The Beast is a prince who was placed under a spell because he could not love. A wrong turn taken by Maurice, Belle's father, causes the two to meet. In order to break the spell placed upon him and his servants, a beast (an enchanted prince on the inside) must learn to earn the love of a village girl or risk remaining in his animal state forever.BEAUTY AND THE BEASTIn the opening sequence of the film it shows the Beast falling into despair. He claws a portrait of himself (in human form).The scene beast is the famous ballroom dance sequence from the second act of Beauty and the Beast. It was beautifully animated. The second famous scene is Where Belle and the prince kiss, the curse is broken, the castle becomes beautiful again and the enchanted objects turn back into humans and the beast turns into a charming prince. The last scene shows Belle and the prince happily dancing in the ballroom and they live happily ever after.The BEAUTY: Her name is Belle and her age 17. Long, brown and somewhat curly hair. She loves to read and needs something more exciting than her provincial life.The BEAST: He was cursed by an enchantress to wear the form of a beast until he could learn to love someone and earn their love in return. Age: 21, blue eyes, brown hair.Gaston: He's the bad guy: arrogant, self cantered, cunning, persuasive. His obsession is Belle. 21 years old, black hair.Lumiere: The French butler. Light-hearted, romantic, smooth talking, charming. Age 22, dusty brown hair, blue eyes. He likes Babette.Cogs worth: Head of Ruskin's servants. An English man who loves perfection... Very well combed brown hair. Age 42 Le Fou: Gaston's followerBabette: Ruskin's maid Potts: The housekeeperIn another scene Beast carries Beauty up the stairs to his palace after she faints at the sight of him. They pass various animal statues (one a huge stag) that suggest the beastly nature of the hero this kind of frame is characteristics of French film making. This stresses the compositional aspects of a single shot by placing various items with in the frame of that shot.In beauty and the beast Diana's statue comes to alive at the end. In animation if you make something look...

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