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Beauty and the beast

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  • "Beauty and the beast"
  • "Bellé et la bête"
  • "Beauty and the Beast"
  • "Belle et la bête"
  • "Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the beast"
  • "Belle et la btĚŠe"@en
  • "Belle et la bete"

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  • "Dramatized adaptation of the classic fairy tale by Mme. Leprince de Beaumont."
  • "A dignified and noble beast falls in love with a beautiful young woman."
  • "Dramatized adaptation of the eighteenth century fairy tale 'La Belle et la bête' (1757) by Mme Leprince de Beaumont."
  • "Dramatized adaptation of the classic fairy tale. Tells the fable of the kindly beast and the self-sacrificing beauty whose love releases the prince in him. Contains such visual displays as tears that become real diamonds and walls that grow arms to light Beauty's path through the castle of the Beast."
  • "An enchanting fable of the kindly beast and the self-sacrificing beauty whose love releases the prince in him."
  • "Brings to life the fable of the kindly beast and the self-sacrificing beauty whose love releases the prince in him."
  • "A beautiful girl, held captive in an enchanted castle, falls in love with the beast who is her captor."
  • "Dramatized adaptation of the classic fairy tale."
  • "The Beast is really a handsome young prince under a spell. It takes the true love of a beautiful young woman to restore him to his true form."
  • "Cocteau's retelling of the classic "Beauty and the Beast.""
  • "Cocteau chose the fable of Beauty and the Beast for adaptation to the cinema because it corresponded to his personal mythology. He acknowledged that the truth of the story led him to what he called an 'unreal realism'. This is most evident in the stylisation of the Beast's castle (given great solidity) and in Belle's journey to it. Belle's family life is parodied. The costumes and camera style have their origins in Dutch painting, particularly in the work of Vermeer."
  • "A restoration of the original 1946 French film, telling the fable of the kindly beast and the self-sacrificing beauty whose love releases the prince in him."
  • "A fable about a kindly beast and the self-sacrificing beauty whose love releases him from a terrible magic spell."
  • "Once upon a time, in a world... --Conteneur."
  • "Dramatized adaptation of the classic fairy tale about a kindly beast and a self-sacrificing beauty whose love releases him from a terrible magic spell."

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  • "Filmed operas"
  • "Fiction films"
  • "Drama"
  • "Fairy tales"
  • "Video recordings"
  • "Motion pictures, French"
  • "Features"
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "French films"
  • "Vidéo"
  • "Feature films"
  • "Films"
  • "Fantasy films"
  • "Foreign language films"
  • "Videocassettes"
  • "Romance"
  • "Film adaptations"
  • "Foreign films"
  • "Romance films"

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  • "La Belle et la Bête Beauty and the beast"
  • "Beauty and the beast"@en
  • "Beauty and the beast"
  • "Beauty and the beast La bellé et la bête"
  • "La Belle et la Bête Beauty and the Beast"
  • "Beauty and the beast (Motion picture : 1946)"
  • "Beauty and the Beast La Belle et la bête"
  • "Belle et la bête (Motion picture)"
  • "Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast"
  • "Beauty and the beast Belle et la bête"
  • "Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the beast"
  • "Beauty and the beast La belle et la bête"
  • "Beauty and the beast La Belle et la bete"
  • "La belle et la bête"
  • "La belle et la bête Beauty and the beast"
  • "La Belle et la bête"
  • "Jean Cocteau's beauty and the beast"
  • "Beauty and the beast La belle et la bete"
  • "Beauty and the beast La Belle et la bête"

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