Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast quotes

70 total quotes (ID: 678)

Beast
Belle
Chip
Cogsworth
Gaston
Lumiere
Mrs. Potts
Narrator
Other


Belle: Papa? Papa? [Lumiere and Cogsworth go in] Hello? Is someone here? Wait! I'm looking for my father. I... That's funny. I'm sure there was someone. I-Is anyone here?
Maurice: Belle?
Belle: Papa! [grabs a stick of fire]
Maurice: H-How did you find me?
Belle: Oh, your hands are like ice. I have to get you out of there.
Maurice: Belle, I want you to leave this place.
Belle: Who's done this to you?
Maurice: No time to explain. You must go! Now!
Belle: I won't leave you!
Beast: [grabs Belle] What are you doing here?
Maurice: Run, Belle! [stick of fire gets thrown]
Belle: Who's there? Who are you?
Beast: The master of this castle. [roars]
Belle: I've come for my father. Please let him out. Can't you see he's sick?
Beast: Then he shouldn't have trespassed here!
Belle: But he could die. Please, I-I'll do anything.
Beast:There's nothing you can do. He's my prisoner.
Belle: Oh, there must be some way I can... Wait! Take me instead.
Beast: You?! You would... take his place?
Maurice: Belle, no! You don't know what you're doing!
Belle: If I did, would you let him go?
Beast: Yes. But you must promise to stay here forever.
Belle: Come into the light.
Maurice: No, Belle! I won't let you do this!
Belle: You have my word.
Beast: Done!
Maurice: No, Belle, listen to me. I'm old. I've lived my life. [Beast grabs Maurice away from Belle.]
Belle: Wait.
Maurice: Belle!
Belle: Wait! [Beast opens the castle door.]
Maurice: No, please spare my daughter. Please!
Beast: She's no longer your concern. [throws Maurice into the Pallenquin and shuts the Pallenquin door] Take him to the village.
Maurice: Let me out! Please let me out! Let me out! Please! Please! [Pallenquin slinks like a spider and Belle cries]


Cogsworth: [shakes Lumiere's hand in truce] Well, Lumiere, old friend. Shall we let bygones be bygones?
Lumiere: Of course, mon ami. I told you she would break ze spell!
Cogsworth: I beg your pardon, old friend, but I believe I told you.
Lumiere: No, you didn't! I told you!
Cogsworth: You most certainly did not, you pompous, paraffin-headed peabrain!
Lumiere: En garde, you-you overgrown pocket watch!
[The two begin fighting again]

Gaston: If I didn't know better, I'd think you had feelings for this monster!
Belle: He's no monster, Gaston, you are!
Gaston: She's as crazy as the old man!

Gaston: The whole town's talking about it. It's not right for a woman to read. Soon she starts gettings ideas, and thinking...
Belle: Gaston, you are positively primeval.
Gaston: Why, thank you, Belle!

Gaston: This is the day your dreams come true.
Belle: What do you know about my dreams, Gaston?
Gaston: Plenty! Here, picture this... a rustic hunting lodge... my latest kill roasting on the fire... and my little wife, massaging my feet... while the little ones play on the floor with the dogs... we'll have six or seven.
Belle: Dogs?
Gaston: No, Belle! Strapping boys, like me!
Belle: Imagine that.
Gaston: And do you know who that little wife will be?
Belle: Let me think...
Gaston: You, Belle!
Belle: Gaston... I-I'm speechless... I really don't know what to say...
Gaston: Say you'll marry me!
Belle: [backs up against front door. Gaston leans over her] I'm very sorry, Gaston... but... but I just don't deserve you! [she opens door and Gaston tumbles out]

Gaston: When Belle and I come out that door...
LeFou: Oh, I know, I know! I strike up the band!
[the band plays "Here Comes The Bride" very rapidly]
Gaston: [slams a tuba on LeFou's head] Not yet!
LeFou: Thorry!

Gaston: [flicking through pages of book] How can you read this? There's no pictures!
Belle: [laughs] Well, some people use their imagination.
Gaston: [tossing the book aside] Belle, it's time you got your head out of those book and paid attention to more important things. Like me.

Gaston: [singing] Lefou, I'm afraid I've been thinking...
Lefou: A dangerous pastime.
Gaston: I know!

Lumiere: Voila! (Sees that the Beast has been given ringlets) Oh, you look so...so...
Beast: Stupid.
Lumiere: Not quite ze word I was looking for. Perhaps a little more off the top?

Monsieur D'Arque: I've come to collect your father.
Belle: My father?
Monsieur D'Arque: Don't worry, Mademoiselle. we'll take good care of him.
Belle: My father's not crazy!
LeFou: He was raving like a lunatic, and we all heard him, didn't we?
Villagers: Yeah!
Belle: No, I won't let you!
Maurice: Belle?
LeFou: Maurice, tell us again old man. Just how big was the beast?
Maurice: He was.... Enormus and at least eight.... No, more like ten feet.
LeFou: [laughs] Well, you don't get much crazier than that!
Maurice: It's true, I tell you!
LeFou: Get him out of here! two men carry Maurice away

Maurice: Let go of me!
Belle: No, you can't do this!

(The Beast lays dying. Belle runs to him. Meanwhile, the rose is down to its last petal.)

Beast: You...you came back...

Belle: If only I'd gotten here sooner...

Beast: Maybe it's...better this way...

Belle: No! Don't say that! We're together now. Everything will be fine!

Beast: At least I...got to see you...one last time...

(His eyes close.)

Belle: NO! No, please, no! Don't leave me! Please...

(Sobs)

Belle: ...I love you...

(The last petal falls away.)

[the Beast catches Belle in the West Wing]
Beast: Why did you come here?
Belle: I'm sorry.
Beast: I warned you never to come here!
Belle: I didn't mean any harm.
Beast: Do you realize what you could have done???
[the Beast thrashes at the furniture]
Belle: Please, stop! No!
Beast: Get out!! GET OOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUUUUT!!!!!!!

Ma chère, mademoiselle. It is with deepest pride and greatest pleasure that we welcome you tonight. And now, we invite to relax, let us pull up a chair, as the dining room proudly presents... your dinner.

Zut alors! She has emerged!

After all this time, he's finally learned to love