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BEAST: Belle? Are you happy here with me?
BEAST: What is it?
BELLE: If only I could see my father again just for a moment. I miss him so much.
BEAST: There is a way. This mirror will show you
anything you wish to see (Beauty and the Beast quotes)
ALL: He did what?
COGSWORTH: Yes, I'm afraid it's true.
CHIP: She's going away?
LUMIERE: But he was so close.
MRS. POTTS: After all this time, he's finally learned to love.
LUMIERE: That's it then. That should break the spell!
MRS. POTTS: But it's not enough. She has to love him in return.
LUMIERE: Now it's too late.
BELLE: Papa? Papa?
LEFOU: They're back.
BELLE: Shh. It's all right, Papa. I'm home.
MAURICE: I thought I'd never see you again.
BELLE: I missed you so much!
MAURICE: But the beast... Did you... How did you escape?
BELLE: I didn't escape, Papa. He... He let me go.
MAURICE: That horrible beast?
BELLE: But he's different now, Papa. He's changed somehow.
BELLE: Oh, a stowaway.
MAURICE: Why, hello there, little fella. Didn't think I'd see you again.
CHIP: Belle, why'd you go away? Don't you like us any more?
BELLE: Oh, Chip. Of course I do. It's just that... May I help you?
MONSIEUR D'ARQUE: I've come to collect your father.
BELLE: My father?
MONSIEUR D'ARQUE: Don't worry, mademoiselle. We'll take good care of him.
BELLE: My father's not crazy!
LEFOU: He was raving like a lunatic! We all heard him, didn't we? Yes!
BELLE: No, I won't let you!
LEFOU: Maurice, tell us again, old man. Just how big was the beast?
MAURICE: He was... I mean, he was enormous! I'd say at least eight, uh, no, more like ten feet!
LEFOU: Well, you don't get much crazier than that!
MAURICE: It's true, I tell you!
MONSIEUR D'ARQUE: Get him out of here!
MAURICE: Let go of me!
BELLE: No! You can't do this!
GASTON: Poor Belle. Oh, it's a shame about your father.
BELLE: You know he's not crazy, Gaston.
GASTON: I might be able to clear up this little misunderstanding if...
BELLE: If what?
GASTON: If you marry me.
GASTON: One little word, Belle. That's all it takes.
GASTON: Have it your way!
BELLE: Let go of me! My father's not crazy and I can prove it!
Show me the beast
GASTON: If you're not with us, you're against us. Bring the old man!
MAURICE: Get your hands off me!
GASTON: We can't have them running off to warn the creature!
BELLE: Let us out!
GASTON: We'll rid the village of this beast! Who's with me?
ALL: I am! I am!
GASTON: We'll lay siege to the castle and bring back his head!
BELLE: I have to warn the beast. This is all my fault. Oh, Papa, what are we going to do?
MAURICE: Now, now. We'll think of something.
COGSWORTH: I knew it. I knew it was foolish to get our hopes up.
LUMIERE: Maybe it would have been better if she'd never come at all. Could it be?
MRS. POTTS: Is it she?
LUMIERE: Sacrebleu! Invaders!
COGSWORTH: Encroachers! And they have the mirror! Warn the master. If it's a fight they want, we'll be ready for them.
GAsSTON: Who's with me? Take whatever booty you can find. But remember, the beast is mine!
MRS. POTTS: Pardon me, Master.
BEAST: Leave me in peace.
MRS. POTTS: But, sir, the castle is under attack!
LUMIERE: This isn't working.
BABETTE: Oh, Lumiere, we must do something!
LUMIERE: Wait! I know!
MRS. POTTS: What shall we do, Master?
BEAST: It doesn't matter now. Just let them come.
CHIP: Yes! Here we go!
MAURICE: What the devil? Belle, look out!
CHIP: You guys gotta try this thing.
MRS. POTTS: Up here, you scurvy scum. Now!
COGSWORTH: And stay out!
GASTON: Get up! Get up! What's the matter, beast? Too kind and gentle to fight back?
BELLE: No, Gaston, don't! Let's go, Philippe.
GASTON: Come on out and fight! Were you in love with her, beast? Did you honestly think she'd want you when she had someone like me? It's over, beast! Belle is mine! Let me go! Let me go! Please, don't hurt me. I'll do anything. Anything!
BEAST: Get out!
BEAST: Belle. Belle?
You came back
BEAST: Lumiere! Cogsworth! Mrs Potts! Look at us!
CHIP: Mama! Mama!
MRS. POTTS: Oh, my goodness!
LUMIERE: It is a miracle! Ah, l'amour.
COGSWORTH: Well, Lumiere, old friend. Shall we let bygones be bygones?
LUMIERE: Of course, mon ami. I told you she would break the spell.
COGSWORTH: I beg your pardon, old friend, uh, but I believe I told you.
LUMIERE: No, you didn't. I told you!
COGSWORTH: You most certainly did not, you pompous, paraffin-headed peabrain!
LUMIERE: Take that! Stop shoving.
CHIP: Are they gonna live happily ever after, Mama?
MRS. POTTS: Of course, my dear. Of course.
CHIP: Do I still have to sleep in the cupboard?
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Beauty and the Beast (1991)