Beauty and the Beast | 3
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BEAST: Why did you come here?
BELLE: I'm sorry.
BEAST: I warned you never to come here!
BELLE: I didn't mean any harm.
BEAST: Do you realize what you could have done?
BEAST: Get out!
BEAST: Get out!
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LUMIERE: Where are you going?
BELLE: Promise or no
promise I can't stay - Beauty and the Beast quotes
MONSIEUR D'ARQUE: I don't usually leave the asylum in the middle of the night but he said you'd make it worth my while. I'm listening.
GASTON: It's like this. I've got my heart set on marrying Belle. But she needs a little persuasion.
LEFOU: Turned him down flat!
GASTON: Everyone knows her father's a lunatic. He was in here tonight raving about a beast in a castle.
MONSIEUR D'ARQUE: Maurice is harmless.
GASTON: The point is, Belle would do anything to keep him from being locked up.
LEFOU: Yeah, even marry him.
MONSIEUR D'ARQUE: So you want me to throw her father into the asylum unless she agrees to marry you. Oh, that is despicable! I love it!
MAURICE: If no one will help me, then I'll go back alone! Yes, is that everything? I don't care what it takes! I'll find that castle and somehow, I'll get her out of there.
GASTON: Belle! Maurice!
LEFOU: Oh, well. Guess it's not gonna work after all.
GASTON: They have to come back sometime. And when they do, we'll be ready for them. Lefou, don't move from that spot until Belle and her father come home.
LEFOU: But I... Ah, nuts!
BEAST: I've never felt this way about anyone. I want to
do something for her - Beauty and the Beast quotes
CHIP: What? What's there, Mama?
MRS. POTTS: I'll tell you when you're older.
COGSWORTH: Right, then, you all know why we're here. We have exactly 12 hours, 36 minutes and 15 seconds to create the most magical, spontaneous romantic atmosphere known to man or beast. Right. Need I remind you that as the last petal falls from this rose the spell will never be broken! Very well. You all know your assignments. Half of you to the west wing, half of you to the east wing the rest of you, come with me.
LUMIERE: Lighten up, Cogsworth, and let nature take its course.
MRS. POTTS: It's obivious there's a spark between them.
COGSWORTH: Yes, but there's no harm in fanning the flames, you know a little. Besides, they must fall in love tonight if we ever expect to be human again.
LUMIERE: Ah, human again.
MRS. POTTS: Human again.
LUMIERE: Yes, think what that means.
BELLE: There never was a story of more woe Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.
BEAST: Could you read it again?
BELLE: Here, why don't you read it to me?
BEAST: Uh, all right. I can't. BELLE: You mean, you never learned?
BEAST: I learned a little. It's just been so long.
BELLE: Well, here, I'll help you. Let's start here. Here. Okay.
BEAST: Two. I knew that. Two households LUMIERE: Tonight is the night.
BEAST: I'm not sure I can do this.
LUMIERE: You don't have time to be timid. You must be bold, daring.
BEAST: Bold! Daring!
LUMIERE: There will be music, romantic candlelight provided by myself. And when the moment is right, you confess your love.
BEAST: Yes, I con I, I No, I can't.
LUMIERE: You care for the girl, don't you?
BEAST: More than anything.
LUMIERE: Well, then you must tell her. Voila! Oh, you look so so BEAST: Stupid.
LUMIERE: Not quite the word I was looking for. Perhaps a little more off the top.
COGSWORTH: Your lady awaits. Shh.
MRS. POTTS: Off to the cupboard with you now, Chip. It's past your bedtime. Good night, love.
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Beauty and the Beast (1991)