Best Beauty and the Beast CharactersBeauty and the Beast is a 1991 Disney film based on the French fairy tale of the same name. It is acclaimed as one of Disney's greatest, being the first animated film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
What 17 year old would say monster as that at time all she knew take me and let my dad free? parphased of course. She can be stubborn and curious but she's not whiney like certain character who came before her. She saved dad then helped beast up onto castle at end of movie. She's also a little ADHD reading her book while walking around. And flat out tells Gaston off. Just a great character
Love her she has always been my favourite! Who doesn't love a girl who falls in love with a beast?
Greatest princess ever so beautiful and I could listen to her voice all day!
He's very nice, welcoming & very friendly!
Def funniest character!
He's simply amazing
The He-Beast Prince - Screw those who blindly hate his humanly/princely human form.
The Beastly He-Beast/Humanly Human/Princely Prince/Frenchman - Not only do I love his beastly/he-beast form, but I also love his humanly/princely human form. In fact, I love both his beastly/he-beast form and his humanly/princely human form combined. His humanly/princely human form got a little and less screen time. His humanly/princely human form should've gotten more screen time, like his beastly/he-beast form had gotten. If only he was another one of the onscreen, canon shapeshifters who at least canonically shape-shifted from a humanly human/princely prince into a beastly he-beast/from a beastly he-beast into a humanly human/princely prince back and forth in both forms anytime. If only he was another one of the onscreen, canon shapeshifters who canonically shape-shifts from a humanly human/princely prince into a beastly he-beast/from a beastly beast into a humanly human/princely prince back and forth in both forms anytime. If only he was another one of the onscreen, canon shapeshifters who could at least canonically shape-shift from a humanly human/princely prince into a beastly he-beast/from a beastly he-beast into a humanly human/princely prince back and forth in both forms anytime. If only he was another one of the onscreen, canon shapeshifters who can at least canonically shape-shift from a humanly human/princely prince into a beastly he-beast/from a beastly he-beast into a humanly human/princely prince back and forth in both forms anytime.
I like Gaston, not love him though. He is not even a villain. He is just your usual mean boy in school. There is actually more evil than Gaston. The Beast is more evil and the enchantress. Gaston is not evil, he is just misunderstood
Gaston is the most hilarious character. Should be number one. I just got his role in my play and I am SUPER EXCITED
He should of forced belle to marry him and have lots of sex with her.
He has such an innocent curious personality!
He is so cute. I got a role to be him in a ply.
He's so cute & naive!
One of the best singing roles, plus you get to sing the title song.
She cameos in Tarzan
His appearance really stood out to me, he was really enjoyable too.
He's a great character, but sometimes a bit wound up. Get it? Wound up
Not only is Lefou a masterfully created specimen, but he is unique in his attitude and offers a fresh comedic value that is irreplaceable. To not have Lefou at number one is not only almost criminal, but is blind to the value of the character. While the Beast has an untamable anger, Belle an unoriginal character trope, Gaston a selfish demeanor, Lumiere a dangerous charm, Cogsworth a sour attitude, and Mrs. Potts a boring set of dialogue, Lefou is original and flawless. Get your head out of the bushes people and let us stop denying out right fact. Lefou is by far, without question, the greatest character to grace the eyes of the viewers.
He is the best developed character since nobody else bothered about it in the animated version. He is a true hero in the end and rescued Mrs. Potts from certain death in the battle scene. He is so cute in his ways. He is my #1 pick.
Lefou is funny and underrated. Should be thought about more!
'Crazy ol' Maurice' That's what everyone said. Would be something if he laughed at them when they saw the beast, then he'd be saying, 'Who's laughing now?'
I played her this year in a local production. Best part ever in my opinion.
She doesn't have many lines, but I enjoyed when she was on screen.
Aka. Plumette. She looks pretty in human form in the live-action remake.
Philippe was more than just a horse. He was a sensible animal who obviously saw danger coming.
Love how the sight of his fire just simply caused everyone to run
She is the best but a bit misunderstood.
May have been turned into a footstool, but still behaves like a dog. Such a great pet to have.
Sultan, the footstool dog is so underrated. He's so cute.
'So you want me to throw her father into the asylum, unless she agrees to marry you? Oh that is despicable. Hehe he. I LOVE IT'-Classic.