Being a Wardrobe (pictured) has its "drawerbacks" but with a little push and shove the spell may soon be broken.
Fiery candelabra Lumiere (center) leads a choir of dinnerware in inviting Belle to "be our guest" at the Beast's castle in this memorable musical number.
Lumiere, Mrs. Potts and Cogsworth watch with delight as relations between their master, Beast, and his reluctant guest, Belle, begin to thaw.
Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, a Feather Duster and Cogsworth - express their desire to be "human again" in this newly animated sequence.
Belle discovers a gentle and sensitive side to the Beast (right), her "host," while teaching him to read in this newly animated sequence.
Gaston, the handsome village heartthrob and all-around macho man, admires himself in the mirror while singing about his desire to woo and marry Belle, in this musical moment.
Paige O'Hara as Belle.
A smart and attractive beauty named Belle (left) yearns for adventure and finds the man of her dreams in the body of a Beast (right).
David Ogden Stiers as Cogsworth/Narrator.
Rex Everhart as Maurice.
Jerry Orbach as Lumiere.
Jo Anne Worley as The Wardrobe.
Village heartthrob Gaston demonstrates his manliness by "bench-pressing" a trio of serenading maidens as the locals offer a musical tribute to him.
Angela Lansbury as Mrs. Potts.
Robby Benson as The Beast.
Belle, a smart and attractive young woman, dreams of escaping the confines of her provincial life and finding romance and adventure in this thoughtful moment.
Life in her small provincial village can be a bit dull, but smart attractive Belle (pictured) finds escape by reading books of romance and adventure.
Richard White as Gaston.
Directors Gary Trousdale (left) and Kirk Wise (right).
Songwriters Howard Ashman (right) and Alan Menken (left).
Producer Don Hahn.
Poster art for "Beauty and the Beast."