'Beauty and the Beast': Easter eggs and references you may have missed - InsiderThese are small oddities I have noticed in or about Beauty and the Beast. They are not necessarily trivia, as that will be located in the Trivia section, but they are fun to think about. If you notice anything, please do submit it with the submission form located in the Miscellaneous section. The girl with the red dress has Belle's hairstyle, the girl with the gold dress has Jasmine's hairstyle, and the girl with the green dress has Ariel's hairstyle. The Bimbette theme repeats in Walt Disney's animated masterpiece, Aladdin. The book Belle is looking at when sitting at the fountain has a picture where the girl "meets Prince Charming, but she won't discover that it's him, till chapter 3. The image that Belle is pointing to also reminds me of an image of Sleeping Beauty, where Aurora is sitting.
Beauty and the Beast (2017)
Warning: There are some mild spoilers ahead for "Beauty and the Beast. She wrote the original French story " La Belle et la Bete, " which was published in If you head out to see "Beauty and the Beast," the French title is above the American one when the end credits start to roll. When Belle and the Beast later head to her old home in Paris, they head to a windmill overlooking Notre Dame. The entire music box is a recreation of his old life.
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There are various books that Belle mentions and describes in Beauty and the Beast. We can deduce that she has read all of the books in the bookseller's shoppe because when she returns the book at the beginning of the movie, she asks him if he has gotten anything new, and she ultimately chooses a book that the bookseller says she has read twice. The first book mentioned in the movie is Jack and the Beanstalk. The book title is not given, but Belle describes the book to the baker as being about a beanstalk and an ogre. Another book mentioned in the movie is Romeo and Juliet, which is read by Belle to Beast in the library during the sequence "Human Again". Belle ends the book with, "never was there a story of more woe, than that of Juliet, and her Romeo. Belle has undoubtedly read many more books than these, but these are the main ones mentioned or discussed in the movie.
Some say Aladdin ; others, SleepingBeauty. But actually? It's BeautyAndTheBeast - she has no idea she's reading her own future! Read on, my friends! DisneyMusicTheory pic. Belle sings it twice: when describing her favorite book, and later in Something There when realizing this book is about HER.