107 Beauty and The Beast Facts YOU Should Know! (ToonedUp #59) @ChannelFred

It’s a tale as old as time, and a song as old as rhyme. And no, NOT Time Magazine, that’s only as recent as 1923. This is much much older than that. My name is Tim and today on Channel Frederator we are counting down 107 facts about “Beauty and the Beast”! Let’s get started! Walt Disney attempted to produce Beauty and
the Beast into an animated film two times prior, in the 1930’s and the 1950’s, but
writers continuously had a difficult time adapting the story. In both instances the
project had to be shelved. Disney borrowed ideas from Jean Cocteau’s
1946 French film, which was another adaptation of the same traditional fairy tale that his
film was to be based on. Of course, all three share the same name. Julie Andrews was considered for the role of Mrs. Potts, but reportedly declined. Maybe she was afraid of being typecast as porcelain-based characters. That’s a real threat in Hollywood. Sequences where the film lacks a song or musical score only add up to five minutes. It makes me wonder why we can’t just fill those 5 minutes with more of Gaston’s song. Chip was set to have only one line in the film, but producers couldn’t resist how
cute Bradley Michael Pierce sounded and added more. Prior to this, the token cute character of the film was going to be a music box that
communicated through notes. I think we can agree that Chip was the better choice. Though my personal favorite choice is the footrest dog. Regis Philbin auditioned for the role of the Beast. Disney’s final answer was a “No”. In 1988, Walt Disney hired British animation director Richard Purdum to to adapt the film,
but his version was quite dark and non-musical. Linda Woolverton was brought on to rewrite
the script. Her only prior experience with Disney was writing episodes of Chip ‘n’
Dale Rescue Rangers. Belle’s characterization was inspired by
Katherine Hepburn’s portrayal of Jo in the 1933 film adaptation of Little Women. Linda wanted to make Belle a strong and independent character. Sherri Stoner served as the reference model for Belle. She also served as the model for
Ariel in The Little Mermaid. Both Belle and Ariel have a tendency to bite
their lips and sweep their hair, which are habits of Sherri Stoner that animators tried
to replicate. Angela Lansbury, the voice of Mrs. Potts,
was originally reluctant to sing the classic song “Beauty and the Beast.” It was written
as a rock ballad, which wasn’t really her style. After she expressed her hesitance,
the studio asked her to sing the song in the manner she envisioned it, which is how it
became the song we all know and love today. I WANT TO HEAR THE ROCK BALLAD VERSION SO DESPERATELY IT HURTS! Jodi Benson, the voice of Ariel from The Little
Mermaid, was Disney’s original choice to play Belle, but they ended up selecting Paige
O’Hara. Gosh, they just really love crossing over those two characters. Is there some conspiracy Disney hasn’t let us in on? Paige O’Hara shed actual tears when recording
the scene of Beast’s death. In fact, her sobbing was so intense that producers asked
if she was okay. She immediately dropped out of character and declared “acting!” The Beast’s real name is Adam, but it’s never mentioned in the film. If he’s a “Prince Charming”, that makes him “Prince Adam”… like in He-Man. Hang on, I need to log into my Fan Fiction.net account! The animator Glen Keane based the Beast on several different animals. He has the mane
of a lion, the head and beard of a buffalo, the brow of a gorilla, the eyes of a human,
the tusks of a wild boar, the body of a bear, and the legs and tail of a wolf. In the original script of the film, Gaston was going to be killed by wolves after surviving
his fall. This subplot was scrapped, but eventually ended up in the Lion King with Scar being
devoured by hyenas. Some sculptures in the Beast’s castle are
actually earlier concept designs for his appearance. Belle is the second Disney princess of non-royal descent. The first is Cinderella, and the third is Tiana. This raises the question; is Mulan a Disney princess? Beauty and the Beast was the first animated film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. It lost to Silence of the Lambs. It was also the first animated film to earn more than 100 million dollars in the box office. The Beast and Belle’s final dance in the film is actually recycled animation from the
final dance of Sleeping Beauty. This isn’t the first instance of Disney doing this either, it turns out they’re fans of recycling. The ending credits of Beauty and the Beast
were performed by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson. Beauty and the Beast was the first Disney
animated feature film to have a pop version of it’s theme play during the credits. A number of the paintings on the walls of the Beast’s castle are inspired by famous
artworks, including pieces by Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Goya. The Beast has excellent tastes! Paige O’Hara was in her early thirties when she voiced Belle, though the Disney princess
is only seventeen. Beauty and the Beast was the first animated feature to win a Golden Globe for Best Picture – Musical or Comedy. Patrick Stewart almost voiced Cogsworth, but had to turn down the role due to scheduling
conflicts with Star Trek: The Next Generation. Beauty and the Beast was Disney’s 30th animated
feature. The film consists of around 120,000 drawings
and 1,295 painted backgrounds. The art director of the film, Brian McEntee,
chose to have Belle be the only character in her town who wears blue. This was meant
to signify how different she is from everyone else. Of course, our protagonist later meets
Beast who also wears blue at times. The film is dedicated to lyricist and executive
producer Howard Ashman, who died eight months prior to its completion due to AID-related
complications. It was his final body of work. Howard Ashman was posthumously nominated for
the Oscar for Best Song, alongside collaborator and friend Alan Menken. Actually, three of
their songs were nominated for the category. They won with “Beauty and the Beast.” The film and Alan Menken scored a second Academy Award for Best Score. Chip is the only character in the castle, besides the Beast, to call Belle by name. LeFou’s name means “The Madman” in French, and is also a phonetic pun for the French
pronunciation of “The Fool.” The smoke from the scene when the Beast transforms back into his original form is actual smoke, not animated. That’s one way of getting it to look really realistic. The aforementioned smoke was originally used in Disney’s film The Black Cauldron. There were darker scenes from the film that were cut, including Gaston visiting an Asylum
and the Beast dragging an animal carcass. Rupert Everett auditioned for the role of
Gaston, but was turned down because he didn’t sound arrogant enough. He kept this critique in mind when trying out for the role of Prince Charming in Shrek 2, which he nabbed. When Beast and Gaston are struggling on the roof, Gaston yells out “Belle is mine!”
The line was originally “Time to die!”, but changed to fit Belle back into the scene. The stained glass window at the end of the film depicting Beauty and the Beast, or Prince
Adam, was constructed following the movie’s release and resides permanently at Disneyland. Hey everyone we’re taking just a quick break to let you know what’s coming up! So on Tuesday on Cartoon Hangover, we have 107 Facts about Spirited Away! Then on Thursday on Channel Frederator, we have 107 facts about the upcoming Pixar film, The Good Dinosaur. Then on Saturday on Channel Frederator, we have our Saturday Morning Cartoons feature which features some of the best animations from members in our network. It’s great, you should totally check it out if you want to see awesome animation by cool people. And with that, back to the facts! The prologue of the film states that the rose will bloom until the prince is 21, and in
“Be Our Guest” Lumiere sings the line “Ten years we’ve been rusting-”. With
some simple math, the conclusion can be drawn that the prince met the sorceress when he
was just 11 years old. Her punishment’s looking a bit harsh now. Did anyone ever contact authorities about that? Lumiere is voiced by Jerry Orbach, who played Detective Lennie Briscoe on Law & Order for 13 seasons. In 1991, an unfinished version of the film
screened at the New York Film Festival. Despite 30% of the film being composed of storyboards and uninked pencil tests, it received a 10-minute standing ovation. The role of Cogsworth was actually written for John Cleese, who turned it down. Beauty and the Beast is only the 41st highest grossing animated film of all time. This may
have a little something to do with inflation. Laurence Fishburne, Val Kilmer, Mandy Patinkin,and Tim Curry were also considered for the role of the Beast. Where’s Dee Bradley Baker? I want Dee Bradley Baker! Jeffrey Katzenberg hired Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale to direct the film. Similar to Linda
Woolverton, the two didn’t have much on their belt. Their major credit was a short
film titled “Cranium Command” which was commissioned for an attraction at Disney’s
EPCOT Center. Robby Benson was cast as the Beast, despite
being best known for his roles as sensitive male teens in movies like Ice Castles and
The Chosen. The sounds of growling panthers and lions
were mixed in to Robby Benson’s voice digitally to enhance Beast’s howls. Which, I know I’m putting a lot of pressure on the editor right now but I’d like to try that myself! Beauty and the Beast was one of Disney’s earliest collaborations with Pixar. Pixar
developed a computer-animation software (CAPS, short for Computer Animation Production System)
for Disney. It was first used in The Rescuers Down Under, and then for the ballroom sequence
in Beauty and the Beast set to the titular song. The software enabled animators to create
a 3D model of the ballroom, which was used to make it appear as though a camera was swirling
through the space as Belle and the Beast danced. The sequence was considered a highlight of the film and helped spur Disney to move to full-length computer animated films. The film was released in November 1991 to an overwhelmingly positive response. It was
the third-highest grossing movie that year. Terminator 2 apparently took the #1 slot. When the film was released in China, the Beast’s speaking and singing voices were dubbed by Jackie Chan. The song “Human Again” was cut from the film’s original release. It was added again
to the 2002 re-release, as well as the Broadway musical. As Gaston falls, tiny skulls flash in his eyes to signal that he is approaching death. Art directors traveled to the Loire Valley in France for inspiration. They also studied
French painters Fragonard and Boucher, which influenced the illustration style. With this film, Linda Woolverton became the first woman to write an animated feature for
Disney. For the first time, animators were credited
on screen with the specific characters they had brought to life. In the middle of development for Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid premiered. It
changed the direction of the film, which then also became something of a Broadway musical
brought to animation. Director Kirk Wise started his career drawing
caricatures at a theme park. Not one of Disney’s, though. While he attended art school, he worked
at Universal Studios to make extra money. Glen Keane wishes that the Beast had stayed
as the Beast instead of reverting back to his princely human form. To help with the
transition, he suggested that a line be inserted where Belle asks, “Do you think you could
grow a beard?” It didn’t make it in, but Glen believes it was a great idea and a missed
opportunity. I’m inclined to agree with him, that sounds amazing. When Maurice, Belle’s father, gets lost
in the woods he comes across some road signs. If you squint, you can read that one of them
says “Anaheim.” Of course, this is the city in California where Disneyland is located. He could have ended up somewhere a lot more fun than the Beast’s castle! Another sign points to “Valencia” which is the city that CalArts is located in. John Alvin, the poster artist for Beauty and the Beast, also designed posters for other
renowned films. They include E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial Gremlins, The Lion King, The Color
Purple, Blazing Saddles, and more. Belle makes a cameo in the film The Hunchback
of Notre Dame, another Disney film set in France. Pumba from The Lion King and the Magic
Carpet from Aladdin also make appearances. The Beast has also made a cameo in another
Disney film. If you pay attention to the Sultan’s stacking toys in Aladdin, you can see that
one of them is the Beast. An earlier version of the film had no music,
and added some members to Belle’s family. A little sister named Clarice and a cat named
Charley. At one point, a scene was going to be included
that showed the Beast being cursed by the sorceress. She would chase him through the
castle and hit bystanding servants, accidentally transforming the into objects before finally
getting to the prince. Disney’s animation department won a Scientific and Technical Academy Award for the design and development of the Computer Animated Production System they used for the film. Bambi’s mother makes a cameo in the film during the opening shot. She can be seen drinking
from a stream in the lower right. Turns out she was fine, she just abandoned her child. She wasn’t shot! That’s so much better. The song “Be Our Guest” was originally
meant to be sung to Maurice, not Belle. Producers felt it was too good to use on a secondary
character though, so things were rewritten. In 2002, the Library of Congress selected
Beauty and the Beast for preservation in the National Film Registry, deeming it “culturally,
historically, or aesthetically significant.” According to Maurice, the Beast is 10 feet
tall. The first stained glass window seen in the
prologue of the film has “vincit qui se vincit” on it, which is a Latin phrase meaning
“he conquers, who conquers himself.” It’s a dead language so you can’t get on me for pronouncing it incorrectly. In The Mob Song, Gaston says “Screw your
courage to the sticking place.” This is a reference to Macbeth. The Beast’s makeover when he’s preparing for his evening with Belle, parallels that
of the Cowardly Lion from The Wizard of Oz. Of course, the Beast doesn’t keep the ribbon
and curls. The last portion of Cogsworth’s line, “Flowers,
chocolates, promises you don’t intend to keep…” was actually ad-libbed by David
Ogden Stiers. Actually, producers encouraged actors to improvise, so there are a few lines in the final film that were never in the script. Almost the entire cast of the film is composed of Broadway stars. This was intentional, as
Disney hoped that in the future a theatrical backer would finance a stage version. In the French version of the film, Cogsworth is named Big Ben, after the famed clock and
tower in London. Belle’s dress is loosely based on Dorothy’s
from The Wizard of Oz. When Paige O’Hara was auditioning for the
film, a bit of her hair flew into her face and she tucked it back. Animators liked this
and added it into the film. The scene where Belle runs into a field and
sings is a homage to the opening scene in The Sound of Music. As Belle leaves the book shop, three men sing. The two men flanking the blonde in the middle are caricatures of directors Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale. Belle’s favorite book is actually not too distant from her real life. It features far
off places, daring sword fights, magic spells, and…a prince in disguise. In fact, the lead
meets Prince Charming early on, but doesn’t find out until chapter 3. Fans have speculated that the book Belle is reading is Sleeping Beauty. Among the 370 people involved in its production, 43 were animators. At the foot of the Beast’s castle at Walt Disney World, you can dine at the Be Our Guest Restaurant. Not only is it designed to look like the castle from the film, you can even
order the “Grey Stuff” that Lumiere sings about in “Be Our Guest.” Upon its release, Frank Rich, a renowned theatre
critic for the New York Times, asserted that the film was better than any musical he’d
seen on Broadway that year. Frank Rich’s comment inspired Disney to
develop the film into its first Broadway musical based on its animated features. It opened
in 1994 and ran for 5,464 performances before it was closed in 2007 to make way for The
Little Mermaid Broadway show. It is currently the 9th longest running musical in Broadway
history. In 2017, Disney will release a live-action
film of the same name and general plot. The director, Bill Condon has said that he will
draw inspiration from the animated film and that he plans to include most of the songs
from the musical. Paige O’Hara, the voice of Belle, made a
cameo appearance in Disney’s 2007 film Enchanted. She played a television soap opera character
who acted out a scene paralleling Belle tending to the Beast’s wounds. The character’s
name was Angela, which was apparently a pointer to her Beauty and the Beast co-star Angela
Lansbury. Directors Wise and Trousdale went on to direct The Lion King, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Woolverton went on to co-write Disney’s The Lion King and Mulan. She also wrote the 2010 live-action adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. The three Bimbettes are actually played by
just two actresses. Animators were encouraged to add Gaston hitting
LeFou wherever they could fit it. Spin-offs of The Beauty and The Beast include Belle’s Enchanted Christmas, Belle’s Magical World, Sing Me A Story With Belle, and six video games. Howard Ashman was the person who pushed for
Belle’s father to be an eccentric inventor. Mrs. Chamomile was a name suggestion for Mrs.
Potts. The animator in charge of Belle studied ballerinas
to establish how she would move. While many animated films take around 4 or 5 years to complete, Beauty and the Beast took only two. Producers were so pleased with Tony Jay’s work that they even used his audition piece
in the final film. Disney also cast him again later as Frollo in The Hunchback of Notre
Dame. In the added song “Human Again” Belle
and the Beast can be seen reading a book together. It’s none other than Romeo and Juliet. During “Human Again” we also see characters cleaning up the castle. Because of this, animators
had to go back and clean up the castle in scenes following the song for continuity.
It was still quite a mess in the original. The completed film premiered at the El Capitan
Theatre in Hollywood. The Bimbettes hairstyles initially match up with Belle’s, Ariel’s, and Jasmine’s. “Bimbettes” seems like a really derogatory name Thank you for watching ToonedUp’s 107s, where we cover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about your favorite cartoons. If you like this video, you can check out other videos like it right over here. And if you have a smart phone, you can download the Channel Frederator app where we’ve been putting some pretty neat exclusive content so go ahead and check that out as well. And remember, Frederator loves you!


  1. tornadoe13 June 13, 2017 at 1:45 pm

    how about 107 facts about the land before time.

  2. sr71ablackbird June 15, 2017 at 8:20 am

    ah, fella, the one that voiced over gogsworth ,  has the name stires  (pronounced with a long I – it's NOT pronounced `steers'). he was also dr. Charles emerson Winchester the III on the tv series MASH.

  3. sr71ablackbird June 15, 2017 at 8:21 am

    I do, however, find it somewhat amusing when you made the stretch of the name of prince adam between the beast and he-man.

  4. Lori Sarrazien June 16, 2017 at 8:56 pm

    more107 facts

  5. Lori Sarrazien June 16, 2017 at 9:09 pm


  6. Nica Lynn June 17, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    Do 107 facts about beauty and the beast 2017

  7. cman710 June 19, 2017 at 7:00 am

    I love that one fact about the beard line. As that was my favorite lines in the remake. So that's where it came from!

  8. Gif Toranto June 21, 2017 at 6:38 pm

    I ate at the castle it was good and I recommend the gray stuff they attalally had it and I met the beast

  9. Kacey Cruz June 27, 2017 at 9:23 am

    Belle is a princess, she married a prince

  10. Rebekah Simpson July 1, 2017 at 2:52 pm

    skull eye things a bit creepy

  11. Lex D.F. July 29, 2017 at 5:42 am

    In the new version in the begining you can see chip running out of the room as a kid. At the end he is still a kid. So if no one aged while they were cursed then the beast would still be 11.

  12. Turvlover July 30, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    Julie Andrews would of been a way better Mrs. Potts

  13. Jennifer Moran August 2, 2017 at 1:38 am

    Fact 72 thats probably not even bambies mother, there's more then just one deer in the world.

  14. Primm & Proper August 2, 2017 at 5:16 am

    I love these videos, thanks for making!!!!👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾

  15. Laurel Bennett August 8, 2017 at 8:09 pm

    #Gaston is dead

  16. JustAnotherAries August 9, 2017 at 4:04 pm

    Beast looks pretty T H I C C

  17. Mysha Nadeem August 10, 2017 at 7:55 pm

    Belle asks adam if he can grow a beard in the live action version when theyre dancing at the end

  18. Dana Jou August 10, 2017 at 9:31 pm

    I don't think anyone will see this but the line "How would you feel about growing a beard" was actually said in the love action adaptation.

  19. Matthew's Corner August 27, 2017 at 5:12 pm

    I agree. I think Adam should've stayed as the Beast. And that line about him growing a beard was put in the remake.

  20. Meldo Lady September 2, 2017 at 9:45 am

    The quote 'How do you feel about growing a beard' made it into the 2017 Beauty and the Beast movie :3

  21. Khalid Henry September 22, 2017 at 10:46 pm

    #63 that line appears in the 2017 remake

  22. ralf 67453 September 24, 2017 at 9:48 am


  23. Howee Carreon September 29, 2017 at 4:53 am

    The line where Belle asks if the Beast could grow a beard was actually added in the 2017 Live action version 😀

  24. James Bowens October 3, 2017 at 3:10 pm

    "Is Mulan a Disney Princess?" Boi, if she was created by Disney, they confirmed she was a Disney Princess, What do you think she is?

  25. WWolfff 358 October 6, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    I wanted the beast to stay as a beast too!!!

  26. James Dean October 9, 2017 at 8:46 pm

    The first sequel was called Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas not Belle's Enchanted Christmas, sorry to be pedantic.

  27. JustARandomRDFan October 13, 2017 at 1:24 pm


  28. Brooke Duncan October 14, 2017 at 1:49 pm

    The book belle is reading is Aladdin

  29. TheRedstoneWolf October 14, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    107 facts about the new beauty and the beast

  30. Kendall Cooper October 25, 2017 at 2:29 am

    The beard line made it into the 2017 movie lol

  31. Bf G October 26, 2017 at 4:38 am

    63# ironically, the use that in the live action version of Beauty and the Beast.

  32. thesamuraihobbit November 19, 2017 at 12:11 am

    Mulan is not a Princess because she was not born into, nor does she marry into royalty.

  33. Georgia Lewis December 17, 2017 at 9:44 am

    the books she's reading is one of the original versions of Cinderella (the version in the real life version of the film where she meets him when the prince is on a hunting trip) you can see one of the pages

  34. family fun adventures with thomas December 22, 2017 at 3:51 am

    Can you do 107 facts about thomas and friends

  35. Ocfan207 December 30, 2017 at 6:07 pm

    Do 107 facts on Beauty and the Beast 2017.

  36. C Dives January 1, 2018 at 9:32 pm

    Is there a hundred seven facts more about peanuts?

  37. bingo bango January 31, 2018 at 2:56 am

    Do 107 facts about beauty and the beast 2017

  38. DANIxDANGER February 1, 2018 at 7:21 am

    Fun Fact: "can you grow a beard?" was added in the most recent live action film of Beauty And The Beast. Emma Watson says it to him at the end.

  39. charlie puglover February 5, 2018 at 9:21 pm

    I was going to be a cat

  40. izzy v 1212. MISTAKE! March 9, 2018 at 7:25 am

    is it just me or wen she sings….. Oh, isn't this amazing?
    It's my favorite part because—you'll see
    Here's where she meets Prince Charming
    But she won't discover that it's him 'til Chapter Three!

  41. RubberDucky#5001 March 15, 2018 at 2:31 pm

    or the book Belle read was Aladdin

  42. zoe animations April 6, 2018 at 2:08 am

    How about 107 facts about the live action beauty and the beast (2017) movie?

  43. Lisa McGrath May 26, 2018 at 5:45 pm

    With cartoon and new version of beauty and the beast I love both ways 🌹❤

  44. Melissa Ribeiro June 8, 2018 at 11:03 am

    The beard line in in the real version of the movie

  45. Jayne Beament June 12, 2018 at 10:45 am

    the funny thing is that in the live remake, belle actually DOES say "you should grow a beard" to beast

  46. Margarida Baptista June 12, 2018 at 7:53 pm

    11:35 That was in the live action adaptation!

  47. Deer White rose June 15, 2018 at 3:46 pm

    Wait bell is 16-17 and the beast is 21?

  48. Athena Thai June 26, 2018 at 10:03 am

    In Latin the letter v is pronounced like the letter w and c is pronounced as a hard c

  49. Dee Nagara June 27, 2018 at 1:14 pm

    Trivia no 30, puns intended.

  50. Jaden Of Awesome June 29, 2018 at 9:52 am

    Patrick Stuart didn’t have time to voice cogsworth, but suddenly had all the time in the world to voice the poop emoji? I understand his schedule.

  51. Weird Author July 13, 2018 at 7:06 pm

    you guys forgot how Belle's ballgown was based off the one worn by Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday

  52. eaden taylor July 16, 2018 at 4:00 pm

    the line can you grow a beard was in the 2017 one wasn’t it?

  53. jordan kendall September 30, 2018 at 1:49 am

    Jackie Chan voicing the beast shocked me

  54. Daniel McGinley October 2, 2018 at 5:35 am

    Yo, do 107 facts about The Hunchback of Notre Dame!

  55. Grace Wilbourn October 8, 2018 at 5:36 pm

    Yes, Mulan is. There are criteria to become an official Disney princess, and let's see how Mulan measures up:
    *Human- yes
    *Animated- yes
    *Introduced in the first movie- yes
    *Box office success- yes
    * Movie receives a huge following of young girls- yes

    Must meet at least one:
    *Born royal- no
    *Marries into royalty- no
    *Performs (a) significant act(s) of heroism- literally what the movie is about

    …in your face.

  56. cmndrkool321 October 20, 2018 at 4:00 pm

    I went to Be Our Guest at WDW! It was delicious!

  57. CA Animated Fandom October 27, 2018 at 11:03 pm


  58. Kyle Wolfe December 26, 2018 at 3:35 pm

    Please do 107 facts about Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs please and thank you.

  59. MrGabeanator January 5, 2019 at 3:20 am

    Mary Poppins brought me here

  60. lancel_drich January 26, 2019 at 6:10 am

    Audrey Hepburn is the main reference for Belle's look.

  61. Miss Bee's Amateur Short Stories February 3, 2019 at 4:45 pm

    And yet #63 was incorporated into the 2017 live action remake, thank god 😆❤️

  62. Luckie Duckie February 15, 2019 at 9:44 pm

    Cinderella is a Princess of Royal birth, her father is a nobleman.

  63. Kim Desai February 18, 2019 at 7:51 am

    Tejas hehehehehe

  64. Augusta Long February 22, 2019 at 9:21 pm

    107 facts about disney princess

  65. Augusta Long February 22, 2019 at 9:28 pm

    Disney princesses

  66. Augusta Long February 22, 2019 at 9:28 pm

    Where is snow white

  67. Mia Ariana March 6, 2019 at 1:59 am

    These are very interesting facts.

  68. cait mcgrath April 20, 2019 at 7:32 pm

    fact 108: Gaston was based off one of linda woolvertons ex boyfriends:) (thank you for the fact mrs susan egan, the original broadway belle💛)

  69. Natalia Rivera April 27, 2019 at 3:04 am

    Oh! After so many years the line where Belle ask the beast if he could grow a beard actually made to the live action movie!

  70. D.H. Patel July 16, 2019 at 12:14 am

    That book that belle is reading has also been theorized to be about Aladdin, which would be produced and released in the upcoming year

  71. German Mapping July 16, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    The beard line made it into the remake.

  72. MrGabeanator August 14, 2019 at 2:36 am

    little women sent me

  73. Sandy Hileman August 27, 2019 at 5:44 am

    Far off places (Scotland)
    Magic spells (Hogwarts)
    Daring sword fights (basilisk in Chamber of Secrets)
    A prince in disguise (Snape)

  74. Paige Marie October 10, 2019 at 7:49 pm

    You guys ever seen the 1987 version?

  75. Joseph Bonczyk December 7, 2019 at 5:36 am

    #46 that stand ovation story is just unbelievable and unimaginable!

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