If you will allow me to live, I shall obtain death; But if you kill me right away, my life will last longer.
A deep well that is full of chisels...be gentle when using it.
Your mouth...be gentle with how you speak to her!
What are you saying?
When her father's horse came home alone, Belle went in search of her father and found him locked up. Belle begged the Beast for Maurice's freedom. "Take me instead," she offered. The Beast agreed, making her promise to stay in the castle forever!
Belle was crying when she met the castle servants. The spell cast by the Enchantress had turned them into objects! She was surprised! They told her that if someone throws stones at you, throw back bread, for the beast was once kind and loving.
At dinnertime, Belle refused the Beast's invitation to join him, which made him roar. He was anxious to end the spell - and felt Belle was a sign of hope. Mrs. Potts, the teapot, and Lumiere, the candelabrum, told him to be patient and kind.
Later that night, Belle came upon the magic rose the Enchantress had left behind. As Belle reached out to touch it, the Beast appeared. "Get out!" he yelled.
Belle fled the castle on her horse but was attacked by the same wolves that had chased her father. Risking his life, the Beast saved Belle. In the days that followed, Belle began to see the goodness in the Beast.
One evening, the Beast again invited Belle to dinner. This time she accepted. After dinner, the Beast asked Belle to dance. As they whirled around the ballroom, the Beast realized he was in love with Belle.