Same for Quasimodo, Phebus, Esmeralda, and the rest from "Hunchback". But at least with "B&tB", it remained closest to its original work, whereas with "TLM" and "Hunchback", both principal characters (the mermaid and Quasimodo) died in their original stories (by Han Christian Anderson and Victor Hugo, respectively).
Beauty and the Beast is my favorite Disney movie. It was the first time they had modernized the role of the Disney princess and made her relatable to women today. I've always wondered what Paige and Robby looked like -thanks for sharing!
Paige O'Hara was such a flawless piece of casting. She is so good as Belle that you totally forget that you're listening to a voice combined with animation. She truly became that character. Over 20 years later and none of the magic is lost.
Knowing these two iconic voices are great. If only they had Mark Hamill who's mostly known for the voice of Joker in all the newer Batman cartoons, or as an actor, Luke Skywalker from the Star Wars trilogy. I'm sure them three would get along so well with all voice talents.
I have to say, even at 20 years old, Beauty and the Beast is still one of my favorite Disney movie of all time. It takes me back to when I was young. I remember pretending to be belle when I was little. I wish Disney would make some more classic movies like this.
The Belle character is beautiful and she can really pull of the "Belle" look...the Beast costume is scary...I think they should have the prince form out more than the Beast..
Urgh, if Robby were wearing a wife beater shirt with ripped jeans he'd totally look like a bum!
@codysbud I was a little awed when I found out years ago that the voice of Ariel wasn't the same as Belle; they sounded so similar. And then I got disgruntled when I found that they wanted someone to sound like Ariel. What was the point of getting a different voice actress, then? Silly Disney.
Having grown up with this movie, I mean it came out the year I was born! Belle was always my favorite of the Disney princesses and I think we all wanted to hug the Beast at one point or another (because hugs make everything better when you're little ^_^). It's a well-loved classic now, though saying that makes me feel a little old.
Wow! I got really sentimental seeing and hearing them together again. They were such a big part of my growing up and it's wonderful to see them still embracing and loving their work in still the BEST animated feature ever. God Bless 'em all.
Thanks for posting!
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