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Beauty and the Beast

New this month Continuity mistake: After Belle says good morning to Jean Potts, when she feeds the apple to the donkey note the rope (crosstie) is tied off at the donkey's throat, but in the next closeup the rope is tied off directly to the halter knot at its cheek.

New this month Continuity mistake: After Belle gets the bread from the baker while she's singing, when she stops at the horse we see the halter rope looped twice around the horse's muzzle, but next shot it's wound around only once.

Continuity mistake: In the opening number, Belle picks up a loaf of bread at the start and puts it in a bag around her waist. Later in the number it's not there.

Continuity mistake: Gaston fires at the ceiling and debris falls all over, but in the next shots the debris is gone.

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Continuity mistake: When the Gaston song is about to start, he says "Imagine Le Fou..." and Le Fou's arm swaps from resting on Gaston's chair to bent, between angles.

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Continuity mistake: When Le Fou enters the castle, the stick he swings changes positions between shots.

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Continuity mistake: After Gaston ties Belle's father against the tree, the father's head changes positions between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When Gaston ties Belle's dad, the ropes around him change positions between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When the Gaston song ends, Le Fou's hair swaps from messed up to brushed.

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Continuity mistake: Phillipe (the horse) runs away, after being shocked by the wolves. He still has the harness and chains on to pull the carriage. When Maurice jumps on his back, however, the chains and harness is not there anymore. Philippe only has the rein on.

Continuity mistake: Right before Le Fou starts the Gaston song, the way Gaston holds the knife (when he says "A hunter...") changes between shots.

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Agathe: Once upon a time, in the hidden heart of France, a handsome young prince lived in a beautiful castle. Although he had everything his heart desired, the prince was selfish and unkind. He taxed the village to fill his castle with the most beautiful objects, and his parties with the most beautiful people. Then one night, an unexpected intruder arrived at the castle, seeking shelter from the bitter storm. As a gift, she offered the prince a single rose. Repulsed by her haggard appearance, the prince turned the woman away. But she warned him not to be deceived by appearances, for beauty is found within. When he dismissed her again, the old woman's outward appearance melted away to reveal a most beautiful enchantress. The prince begged her for forgiveness. But it was too late, for she had seen that there was no love in his heart. As punishment, she transformed him into a hideous beast, and placed a powerful spell on the castle and all who lived there. As days bled into years, the prince and his servants were forgotten by the world, for the enchantress had erased all memory of them from the minds of the people they loved. But the rose she had offered was truly an enchanted rose. If he could learn to love another and earn their love in return by the time the last petal fell, the spell would be broken. If not, he would be doomed to remain a beast for all time. As the years passed, he fell into despair and lost all hope. For who could ever learn to love a beast?

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After Belle says good morning to Jean Potts, when she feeds the apple to the donkey note the rope (crosstie) is tied off at the donkey's throat, but in the next closeup the rope is tied off directly to the halter knot at its cheek.

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