Webster from Beauty and the Beast Disney character
Webster is a character of Disney's 1998 animated feature film Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World (1998).
Webster is the castle's scribe, transformed into a dictionary by a powerful enchantress.
While he means well, he has a rather long tongue, often speaking out of the right moment. This leads to the other servants, particularly Lumière and Cogsworth, to dislike him greatly. During the first segment of Belle's Magical World, The Perfect Word, he infuriates the Beast by giving unwanted synonyms to Belle's insults during a row, leading the Beast to strike him. Wracked with guilt after Belle and the Beast stop speaking to each other, he forges a letter of apology from Belle with his two best friends Crane and LePlume.
He is exiled from the castle when the Beast finds out, but amends are made after Belle brings him back.
Webster is blue hard-cover dictionary, red bookmark sticking out from the top pages, small half-moon shaped glasses and orange pages. He aslo is intelligent, wise, profound and kind.
He is voiced by actor Jim Cummings.
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