I, myself only knew 8 out of 24. Who knows, anda might know lebih than me atau know less than me. Either way enjoy membaca and absorb the knowledge! Trivia
1) Art director Brian McEntee color-keyed Belle so that she is the only person in her town who wears blue. This is symbolic of how different she is from everyone else around. Later, she encounters the Beast, another misfit, also wearing blue and with blue eyes. It symbolized good in the film whereas red symbolized evil (the color of Gaston's kemeja is red). A notable exception to this code is Gaston's blue eyes - making him the only disney villain to have eyes the same color as the protagonist's.
2) When Paige O'Hara was auditioning, a bit of her hair flew in her face and she tucked it back. The animators liked this so they put it in the movie.
3) In the first song, where Belle sings in the town, she sits oleh a fountain. As she reads the book (described earlier as an adventure with a prince in disguise which sounds just like Beauty and the Beast), she flips to a page with a picture. Look closely, and anda will see see that she is in the bottom right, the beast in the middle left, and the prince's kastil, castle in the middle.
4) This film depicts Belle as being an only child, atau at least makes no mention of her having siblings. In the original fairy tale, Belle is the youngest of three daughters and her sisters are wicked and selfish, and secretly taunt and treat the kind-hearted Belle like a servant to them. It is believed that the sisters were purposefully omitted from the disney adaptation because it was too similar to another disney adaption film, cinderella (1950).
5) disney was originally going to have Jodi Benson, the voice of Ariel in The Little Mermaid (1989) also provide the voice for Belle. However, it was decided that Belle needed a lebih "European"-sounding voice. Howard Ashman remembered working with Paige O'Hara and suggested she try out for the part.
6) Belle is the first brown-haired disney princess.
7) Belle's cinta of membaca is meant to be a sign of great intelligence, a trait that had previously not been shown in a disney princess. It is also a subtle hint to the movie's message: "Don't judge a book oleh its cover".
8) Paige O'Hara was in her early thirties when she voiced the much-younger Belle.
9) Belle's blue-and-white dress and hairstyle were inspired oleh Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (1939).
10) Paige O'Hara sobbed real tears while recording Belle's mourning of the Beast. Her performance was so intense that the director asked her if she was OK, upon which O'Hara immediately dropped out of character and berkata "Acting!"
11) The dance between Belle and her Prince in the finale is actually reused animasi of the dance between Princess Aurora and Prince Phillip in Sleeping Beauty (1959). The original Sleeping Beauty pair had been drawn over to become the new Beauty and the Beast pair because the animators running out of time during the production of the movie. Goofs
1) Following Belle's judul song reprise on the hilltop and just after Phillipe interrupts her moment, she says "Phillipe!" though her lip movements suggest that other dialogue was intended.
2) When Belle's father is about to be taken away to the asylum, Belle's white celemek disappears for a few moments, and then reappears detik later.
3) Belle's nails disappear and reappear several times throughout the movie.
4) After the Beast rescues Belle from the serigala and is brought back to the castle, Belle is trying to mend the Beast's arm. In the shots where she is attempting to place the cloth on his arm and when they start arguing, there are clearly three scratches on his arm, but when it zooms to a closer shot when the Beast has settled down a bit, there are four scratches.
5) When Beast first brings Belle to her room, her tempat tidur has a rose in the center at the foot of it. In a later scene when Mrs. Potts meets Belle for the first time and bringing tea, the rose in the tempat tidur is gone.
6) In the shot of Belle riding up to the Beast's kastil, castle for the first time, her kap, hood is down. In the close-up shot immediately following it, her kap, hood is up.
7) In Belle's room, the desain of the door's appearance on the inside of Belle's room changes in the shot when she opens it up for Mrs. Potts.
8) When Gaston is trying to ciuman Belle in her house, she opens the door and he falls out into the mud. This would mean the door opens outwards. In the selanjutnya scene when Belle sets his boots outside (and in all later scenes), the door opens inwards.
9) During the opening song when Belle is on her way to the bookshop, the book that she is carrying changes from red, to blue in her basket, to red again. The basket also disappears and reappears at different points in the song.
10) When Belle talk to the Baker on her way to the bookshop, the binding on the book she shows him switches sides.
11) When Gaston knocks on Belle's door to propose, before opening the door she looks at him through a "peephole" gadget attached to the door. After he walks in, the inside of the door is seen and the gadget is no longer there.
12) Midway through the film Belle is walking up the stairs towards the West Wing. She is looking to the left of the stairs as she's walking up the stairs. She also comes running down from the left of the stairs when she leaves the West Wing. Later on in the film during the "Beauty & the Beast" song the Beast comes down from the right of the stairs (after bathing and getting ready) from the West Wing.
13) During the final dance with Belle and The Prince dancing in the ballroom, the bystanders on the outskirts of the dance floor are dressed in medieval clothing and are drawn in a distinctly different style from the characters in the movie (except for the inserted servant staff). This is because the film re-used crowd cells from Sleeping Beauty (set in the Middle Ages) in this scene. As such, there are several centuries of difference between the characters of the film and the crowd surrounding them at the end.