Directors: Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise Format: Color, PAL, Cinemascope Audio: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1) Subtitles: French, English Region: Region 2 (Europe) Form ratio : 1.85: 1 Number of discs: 1 Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment DVD release date: October 23, 2002 Length: 91 minutes
In a very beautiful castle lived a young prince. Over time, the latter became selfish and rude because he was too pampered and adored by his servants. In his outburst of insolence, he had the awkwardness to send an old beggar woman to graze, who had come to offer her a rose in exchange for shelter, not knowing that the latter was in reality a witch. The old lady, following the bad behavior of the prince, decided to curse the castle. The inhabitants of the castle were transformed into objects and the prince into a hideous and loathsome beast. Her only chance to regain her normal form is to learn how to give love and have it back and for it to happen before the last enchanted rose petal falls. If these conditions are not met, he will remain a prisoner of the castle forever in his evil form and so will his servants. Years after said enchantment, a young girl named Belle and living with Maurice her father, decides to live her dream of traveling the whole world. A dream because of which, moreover, the villagers take her for an enigmatic girl. One day while going to the market, Belle's father was attacked by wolves to the point of getting lost in the forest. In his tracks, he found himself in the famous castle of the Beast where he decided to take refuge. The owner of the premises, not being happy with the latter's intrusion, made him prisoner. The girl having realized the disappearance of her father set out to search for him and ended up finding him in the castle of the monster and concluded the agreement to be held prisoner in exchange for her father's freedom. A probable beginning of deliverance for the prince!