the West Wing
The West wing.
The west wing
The West Wing, where the Beast's quarters and the rose are.
in the west wing of the castle
Beauty and the Beast - 1962 is rated/received certificates of: Finland:K-16 West Germany:12 (nf)
The Reel Housewives of Theatre West - 2010 Beauty Is a Beast 1-4 was released on: USA: 8 October 2010
The climax is the point of a story where the tension and conflict are at their absolute peak. In Beauty and the Beast, that would be the part where Beauty has left the Beast and the villagers are attacking him. Then, when she comes back and saves him, everything gets wrapped up and that's the denouement.
The original 1991 soundtrack had 15 songs:"Prologue" (spoken word)"Belle" - Paige O'Hara, Richard White & Chorus"Belle (Reprise)" - Paige O'Hara"Gaston" - Richard White & Jesse Corti"Gaston (Reprise)" - Richard White & Jesse Corti"Be Our Guest" - Jerry Orbach, Angela Lansbury & Chorus"Something There" - Angela Lansbury, David Ogden Stiers, Jerry Orbach, Paige O'Hara & Robby Benson"The Mob Song" - Richard White & Chorus"Beauty and the Beast" - Angela Lansbury"To the Fair" (instrumental)"West Wing" (instrumental)"The Beast Lets Belle Go" (instrumental)"Battle on the Tower" (instrumental)"Transformation" (instrumental)"Beauty and the Beast" - Celine Dion & Peabo BrysonThe 2001 Special Edition soundtrack added four songs."Human Again" - Angela Lansbury, David Ogden Stiers, Jerry Orbach & Jo Anne Worley"Be Our Guest" (instrumental)"Beauty and the Beast (Work Tape and Demo)""Death of the Beast (Original Early Version)"
A cold beggar woman offers a prince a single rose so that he'll let her stay the night in his castle. The prince rejects her offer. It turns out the beggar woman was actually an enchantress who was testing the prince to see if he would do the right thing. Since the prince was cruel to her, the enchantress curses him to live as a Beast. The only way to break the spell is to fall in love with a woman and have her love him as well. In a nearby town a woman named Belle lives with her father, Maurice. Maurice is an inventor who is taking his latest creation to a fair but gets lost in the woods. He stumbles upon the Beast's enchanted castle. The Beast accuses him of trespassing and throws Maurice into a dungeon. Worried about her father, Belle goes to look for him and finds the castle too. Discovering her father is sick in a prison cell she makes a deal with the Beast. If she stays at the castle with him forever her father will be free. The Beast accepts and let's Belle's father go. The Beast's servants (who have been turned into talking objects like clocks and teacups) try to make Belle feel welcome and give her a tour of the castle. Belle sneaks away and goes into the West Wing (a place the Beast told her not to enter). The Beast finds Belle there and yells at her. Afraid, Belle runs away into the woods. While fleeing the castle Belle is attacked by wolves and might have died if the Beast didn't save her. After this, Belle and the Beast fall in love. He finally lets her go because he loves her. Some townspeople learn about the Beast and try to kill him. One of them, Gaston (an arrogant man who is infatuated with Belle), stabs the Beast before falling to his death. The Beast dies and Belle tells him she loves him. The Beast turns back into a prince and comes back to life. The spell is broken and everyone lives happily ever after.
Beauty and the Beast - 1962 was released on: West Germany: 29 June 1962 Mexico: 20 September 1962 USA: 8 December 1962 Finland: 14 December 1962 Denmark: 4 March 1963