The Beast looks his finest for his date with Belle, but the former prince is still nervous. “You don’t have time to be timid,” Lumiere counsels. “You must be bold. Daring. There will be music. Romantic candlelight, provided by myself. And when the moment is right, you confess your love.”
So I was watching Beauty and the Beast the other day, and I noticed something, even though it was my millionth time watching it. They never show how the Wardrobe looks after she turns human. I mean, she played a part in the story. Where was she in the end? Any thoughts on how she might’ve looked?
While Quasimodo is singing ‘Out There’, the camera pans over Paris and zooms in on a street. In this scene, Belle from Beauty and the Beast is seen walking and reading her book (walks out the bottom of the screen, to the right of the well), Pumba from The Lion King is being carried on a pole by two men (carried out of the bottom of the screen, but left of the well), and another man (in a gray blue tunic) is shaking out the Carpet from Aladdin.
A teapot and set of teacups in the explorers’ camp bears a sharp resemblance to Mrs. Potts and her teacup children from Beauty and the Beast. When Tantor sees them, he is scared that they may come to life. Terk responds “Pull yourself together. You’re embarrassing me. These things aren’t alive.” In Beauty and the Beast, of course, they are.