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- Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: September 20, 2016
- Rated: G General Audience
- Run Time: 92 minutes
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Walt Disney Studios
- ASIN: B01G4N5Q28
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Be our guest at the enchanted 25th Anniversary celebration of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, universally acclaimed as one of Disney’s finest animated features and now honored in the Walt Disney Signature Collection. Join brave, independent Belle on the adventure of a lifetime as she sets out to rescue her father and finds herself in the enchanted castle of a mysterious beast. Enjoy this timeless tale overflowing with unforgettable characters and Academy Award(R)-winning music (Best Song, Best Score, 1991)!|It took more than 600 animators, artists, and technicians three and a half years to complete the project.|BEAUTY is the first animated Disney feature scripted by a woman, Linda Woolverton.|The film marked the first time each animator was credited on screen specifically for the character he or she brought to life.|Disney’s animation department won a Scientific and Technical Academy Award for the design and development of the Computer Animated Production System used to make the film.|The style of illustration was inspired by French painters Fragonard and Boucher.
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I have loved this movie since the first time that I saw it. Instead of the storyline man expect where pretty girl meets handsome boy, Beauty And The Beast reminds us all that appearances are not always what they seem, and that beauty isn’t just on the outside. I love the way characters like Belle and the Beast were mixed with typically inanimate objects like Lumiere, Mrs Potts and Chip. This movie does a nice job of mixing in a good soundtrack without making the whole movie seem like a musical. The bonus footage gives an interesting look behind the scenes at how the movie was put together. This movie is a must have for anyone that enjoys Disney animated movies. Once Upon A Time fans might also get a kick out of it as well.
Here’s the trailer.
And a bonus clip called The Missing Link.