BeautyAndTheBeast

Beauty And The Beast

Premiere Release Date: November 13, 1991
Official Release Date: November 22, 1991
Distributed by: Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc.
Produced in Association with: Silver Screen Partners IV
Copyright
: The Walt Disney Company © 1991
MPAA Rating: G (General Audiences ~ All Ages Admitted)
Length: 84 Minutes

Special Extended Edition Premiere Release Date: December 31, 2001
Special Extended Edition Official Release Date: January 1, 2002
Special Extended Edition Distributed by: Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
Special Extended Edition Copyright: Disney Enterprises, Inc. © 1991 & 2001
Special Extended Edition MPAA Rating: G (General Audiences ~ All Ages Admitted)
Special Extended Edition Length: 90 Minutes

Disney added a sequence containing the song ‘Human Again’, written by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman for the original movie, but later cut.  It debuted in the Broadway version of the movie to great success which encouraged the filmmakers to put it back in the movie into the Special Edition. In addition, as the Special Edition appeared on IMAX screens, lines were cleaned up and some backgrounds were changed for continuity to work after the new sequence.

Cast and Characters
  Cast Character/Performance Notes
Bruce Adler additional voice
Mary Anderson dance sequence model
Jack Angel additional voice
Scott Barnes additional voice
Robby Benson Beast
Mary Kay Bergman Bimbette
Vanna Bonta additional voice
Maureen Brennan additional voice
Peabo Bryson 'Beauty And The Beast (End Title)'
Liz Callaway additional voice
Philip Clarke additional voice
Jesse Corti Lefou
Brian Cummings Chef Bouche credited as 'Stove'; credited as Brian Cummins in the Original Theatrical Release credits but corrected for the Special Extended Edition
Margery Daley additional voice
Jennifer Darling additional voice
Albert de Ruiter additional voice
Celine Dion 'Beauty And The Beast (End Title)'
George Dvorsky additional voice
Alvin Epstein Bookseller
Rex Everhart Maurice
Bill Farmer additional voice
Bruce Fifer additional voice
Johnson Flucker additional voice
Larry Hansen additional voice
Randy Hansen additional voice
Mary Ann Hart additional voice
Peter Hastings live-action reference
Tony Jay Monsieur D'Arque
Alix Korey additional voice
Phyllis Kubey additional voice
Hearndon Lackey additional voice
Angela Lansbury Mrs. Potts
Sherry Lynn additional voice
Duane May dance sequence model
Dan McCoy live-action reference
Mickie McGowan additional voice
Larry Moss additional voice
Alec Murphy Baker
Panchali Null additional voice
Paige O'Hara Belle
Jerry Orbach Lumiere
Wilbur Pauley additional voice
Jennifer Perito additional voice
Caroline Peyton additional voice
Bradley Michael Pierce Chip
Patrick Pinney additional voice
Phil Proctor additional voice
Joe Ranft additional voice
Cynthia Richards-Hewes additional voice
Kimmy Robertson Fifi credited as 'Featherduster'
Stephani Ryan additional voice
Hal Smith Philippe
Kath Soucie Bimbette
Gordon Stanley additional voice
David Ogden Stiers Cogsworth
David Ogden Stiers narrator
Sherri Stoner live-action reference
Stephen Sturk additional voice
Frank Welker special vocal effects
Frank Welker Sultan credited as 'Footstool'
Richard White Gaston
Jo Anne Worley Wardrobe in Disney's Broadway musical, Wardrobe's name is Madame de la Grande Bouche
Baker's Customer
Bartender
Basketweaver
Beer Steins
Big Crony
Birds
Blacksmith
Brush
Butcher
Cheese Merchant
Chimneysweep
Comb
Creamer
Dresser
Driver
Fabric Buyer
Fat Crony
Fishmonger
Fishmonger's Customer
Fruit Shopper
Globe
Hat Buyer
Hat Rack
Hat-Shop Owner
Large Man
Marie
Matronly Woman
Mother
Palanquin
Prisoner
Sugarbowl
Tall Crony
Three Young Guys
Wolves

Music
Original Score by Alan Menken
Songs by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken
Music Conducted by David Friedman
‘Human Again’ Song and Additional Score Conducted by David Friedman
[Special Edition]

Songs
 Song Composer/ Lyricist Performers Notes
Be Our Guest Angela Lansbury as Mrs. Potts and Jerry Orbach as Lumiere
Beauty And The Beast Angela Lansbury as Mrs. Potts
Beauty And The Beast (End Title) Peabo Bryson and Celine Dion
Belle Paige O'Hara as Belle and Richard White as Gaston
Belle (Reprise) Paige O'Hara as Belle
Gaston Jesse Corti as Lefou and Richard White as Gaston
Gaston (Reprise) Jesse Corti as Lefou and Richard White as Gaston
Human Again Angela Lansbury as Mrs. Potts, David Ogden Stiers as Cogsworth, Jerry Orbach as Lumiere, and Jo Anne Worley as Wardrobe Special Edition only
The Mob Song Richard White as Gaston
Something There Robby Benson as Beast, Angela Lansbury as Mrs. Potts, David Ogden Stiers as Cogsworth, Paige O'Hara as Belle, and Jerry Orbach as Lumiere

Awards
Award Year Winner/ Nominee Category Recipient Notes
Academy Awards 1991 (64th) Nominee Best Picture Don Hahn
Academy Awards 1991 (64th) Nominee Sound Terry Porter, Mel Metcalfe, David J. Hudson, & Doc Kane
Academy Awards 1991 (64th) Nominee Music (Original Song) Howard Ashman (lyrics) & Alan Menken (music) 'Be Our Guest'
Academy Awards 1991 (64th) Nominee Music (Original Song) Howard Ashman (lyrics) & Alan Menken (music) 'Belle'
Academy Awards 1991 (64th) Winner Music (Original Song) Howard Ashman (lyrics) & Alan Menken (music)  'Beauty And The Beast'
Academy Awards 1991 (64th) Winner Music (Original Score) Alan Menken
Annie Awards 1992 (20th) Winner Best Animated Feature Walt Disney Pictures
Annie Awards 1992 (20th) Winner Outstanding Individual Achievement in the Field of Animation Glen Keane
Grammy Awards 1992 (35th) Winner Best Instrumental Composition Written For A Motion Picture Or For Television Alan Menken Beauty And The Beast (Instrumental Score Portion Of The Album)
Grammy Awards 1992 (35th) Winner Best Song Written Specifically For A Motion Picture Or For Television Alan Menken & Howard Ashman (songwriters) 'Beauty And The Beast' (from Beauty And The Beast)
Grammy Awards 1992 (35th) Winner Best Album For Children Alan Menken & Howard Ashman (songwriters) Beauty And The Beast: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Grammy Awards 1992 (35th) Winner Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal Celine Dion & Peabo Bryson (artists) 'Beauty And The Beast'
Grammy Awards 1992 (35th) Winner Best Pop Instrumental Performance Richard Kaufman, artist [music arranged and conducted by] 'Beauty and the Beast'
Grammy Awards 1992 (35th) Nominee Song of the Year Alan Menken (music) & Howard Ashman (lyrics) 'Beauty and the Beast'
Grammy Awards 1992 (35th) Nominee Record of the Year Celine Dion (performer), Peabo Bryson (performer), & Walter Afanasieff (producer) 'Beauty and the Beast'
Grammy Awards 1992 (35th) Nominee Album of the Year Various Artists Beauty and the Beast (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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