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Quotes with pictures BELLE: I won't leave you. BEAST: What are you doing here? MAURICE: Run, Belle! BELLE: Who's there? Who are you? BEAST: The master of this castle. BELLE: I've come for my father. Please let him out. Can't you see he's sick? BEAST: Then he shouldn't have trespassed here! BELLE: But he could die. Please, I'll  
do anything. BEAST: There's nothing you can do. He's my prisoner. BELLE: Oh, there must be some way I can Wait! Take me instead. BEAST: You? You would take his place? MAURICE: Belle, no! You don't know what you're doing! BELLE: If I did, would you let him go? BEAST: Yes, but you must promise to stay here forever. BELLE: Come into the light. MAURICE: No, Belle! I won't let you do this! BELLE: You have my word. BEAST: Done! MAURICE: No, Belle, listen to me. I'm old. I've lived my life. BELLE: Wait! MAURICE: Belle! BELLE: Wait! MAURICE: No! Please spare my daughter. Please! BEAST: She's no longer your concern. Take him to the village. MAURICE: Let me out. Please let me out! Let me out! Please! Please! LUMIERE: Master? BEAST: What? LUMIERE: Uh, since the girl is going to be with us for quite some time I was thinking that you might want to offer her a more comfortable room. Then again, maybe not. BELLE: You didn't even let me say goodbye. I'll never see him again. I didn't get to say goodbye. BEAST: I'll show you to your roomshow you to your room - Beauty and the Beast quotes GASTON: Who does she think she is? That girl has tangled with the wrong man. No one says no to Gaston! Darn right! Dismissed! Rejected! Publicly humiliated! Why, it's more than I can bear. LEFOU: More beer? GASTON: What for? Nothing helps. I'm disgraced. LEFOU: Who, you? Never! Gaston, you've got to pull yourself together. MAURICE: Help! Someone help me! LEFOU: Maurice? MAURICE: Please! Please, I need your help. He's got her locked in the dungeon! LEFOU: Who? MAURICE: Belle. We must go. Not Not a minute to lose. GASTON: Whoa! Slow down, Maurice. Who's got Belle locked in a dungeon? MAURICE: A beast! A horrible, monstrous beast! ALL: Is it a big beast? Huge! With a long, ugly snout? Hideously ugly! And sharp, cruel fangs? MAURICE: Yes, yes! Will you help me? GASTON: All right, old man. We'll help you out. MAURICE: You will? Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you! You will? Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you! GASTON: Crazy old Maurice. He's always good for a laugh. Crazy old Maurice. Hmm. If I Yes? Then we... No, would she? Guess! Now I get it! Let's go! Let's go! MAURICE: Will no one help me? BELLE: Who is it? MRS. POTTS: Mrs Potts, dear. I thought you might like a spot of tea. BELLE: But you're... You're a... Oh! WARDROBE: Careful. BELLE: This is impossible! WARDROBE: I know it is, but here we are. CHIP: I told you she was pretty, Mama, didn't I? MRS. POTTS: All right, Chip, now, that'll do. Slowly now. Don't spill. BELLE: Thank you. CHIP: Wanna see me do a trick? MRS. POTTS: Chip! CHIP: Oops, sorry. MRS. POTTS: That was a very brave thing you did, my dear. WARDROBE: We all think so. BELLE: But I've lost my father my dreams, everything. MRS. POTTS: Cheer up, child. It'll turn out all right in the end. You'll see. Oh, listen to me jabberin' on while there's a supper to get on the table. Chip? CHIP: Bye! WARDROBE: Well, now, what shall we dress you in for dinner? Oh, let's see what I got in my drawers. Oh, how embarrassing! Ahem. Ah, here we are! You'll look ravishing in this one! BELLE: That's very kind of you, but I'm not going to dinner. WARDROBE: Ah, but you must! COGSWORTH: Dinner is served. BEAST: What's taking so long? I told her to come down. Why isn't she here yet? MRS. POTTS: Oh, try to be patient, sir. The girl has lost her father and her freedom all in one day. LUMIERE: Master, have you thought that perhaps this girl could be the one to break the spell? BEAST: Of course I have! I'm not a fool. LUMIERE: Good! So, you fall in love with her she falls in love with you, and poof! The spell is broken. We'll be human again by midnight. MRS. POTTS: Oh, it's not that easy, Lumiere. These things take time. LUMIERE: But the rose has already begun to wilt. BEAST: Oh, it's no use. She's so beautiful and I'm... Well, look at me! MRS. POTTS: Oh, you must help her to see past all that. BEAST: I don't know how. MRS. POTTS: Well, you can start by making yourself more presentablemaking yourself more presentable - Beauty and the Beast quotes MRS. POTTS: Oh, dear. That didn't go very well at all, did it? COGSWORTH: Lumiere, stand watch at the door and inform me at once if there is the slightest change. LUMIERE: Well, we might as well go downstairs and start cleaning up. BEAST: I ask nicely, but she refuses. What does she want me to do, beg? Show me the girl. I'm just fooling myself. She'll never see me as anything but a monster. It's hopeless. BABETTE: Oh, no. LUMIERE: Oh, yes. BABETTE: Oh, no. LUMIERE: Oh, yes, yes, yes! BABETTE: I've been burnt by you before. MRS. POTTS: Come on, Chip. Into the cupboard with your brothers and sisters. CHIP: But I'm not sleepy. MRS. POTTS: Yes, you are. CHIP: No, I'm not. STOVE: I work and I slave all day long, and for what? A culinary masterpiece gone to waste! MRS. POTTS: Oh, stop your grousing. It's been a long night for all of us. COGSWORTH: Well, if you ask me, she was just being stubborn! After all, he did say please. MRS. POTTS: But if the master doesn't learn to control that temper, he'll never break the spell. COGSWORTH: Splendid to see you out and about, mademoiselle. I am Cogsworth, head of the household. If there's stop that anything we please can do to make your stay more comfortable BEAST: I am a little hungry. MRS. POTTS: You are? Hear that? She's hungry! Stoke the fire. Break out the silver. Wake the china. COGSWORTH: Remember what the master said. MRS. POTTS: Oh, pish tosh! I'm not about to let the poor child go hungry. COGSWORTH: All right, fine. Glass of water, crust of bread and then LUMIERE: Cogsworth, I am surprised at you! She's not a prisoner. She's our guest! We must make her feel welcome here. Right this way, mademoiselle. COGSWORTH: Well, keep it down. If the master finds out about this, it will be our necks. LUMIERE: Of course, of course. But what is dinner without a little music? COGSWORTH: Music? LUMIERE: It is with deepest pride and greatest pleasure that we welcome you tonight. And now we invite you to relax. Let us pull up a chair as the dining room proudly presents your dinner. Get off! Our command is your request. Let's go, people. Fun's over. BELLE: Bravo! That was wonderful! COGSWORTH: Thank you. Thank you, mademoiselle. Good show, wasn't it? Everyone! My goodness, look at the time. Now it's off to bed, off to bed. BELLE: Oh, I couldn't possibly go to bed now. It's my first time in an enchanted castletime in an enchanted castle - Beauty and the Beast quotes BELLE: What's up there? COGSWORTH: Where? BELLE: There? COGSWORTH: Oh, nothing. Absolutely nothing of interest at all in the west wing. Dusty, dull, very boring. BELLE: Ah, so that's the west wing! LUMIERE: Nice going. BELLE: I wonder what he's hiding up there. LUMIERE: Hiding? The master is hiding nothing. BELLE: Then it wouldn't be forbidden. COGSWORTH: That's, uh, Mademoiselle would, uh, like to, uh, see something else? We have exquisite tapestries dating all the way back to... BELLE: Maybe later. LUMIERE: Uh, the the gardens, or the the library perhaps? BELLE: You have a library? LUMIERE: Yes! Oh, indeed. COGSWORTH: With books. Scads of books! LUMIERE: Mountains of books! Forests of books! COGSWORTH: Cascades! LUMIERE: Cloudbursts! COGSWORTH: Swamps of books! LUMIERE: More books than you'll ever be able to read in a lifetime. Books on every subject ever studied by every author who ever set pen to paper. By every author who ever set pen to paper.

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