Take me to the castle. I am old and have not long to live, so can will lose only a few years, at the most. However Madame Beaumont is credited with the plot line of the story we accept today. She takes out a pin so that Maurice can pick the lock. She conjures a powerful curse, transforming him into a hideous beast, his servants into anthropomorphic household items, and the entire castle and all its surroundings into a dark, forbidding place, so that he will learn not to judge by appearances. Potts falls from the chandelier, but LeFou catches her and decides to switch sides.
Once upon a time there was a very rich man who lived with his three daughters. The beast banished the father and told him never to come back again. There was a big fire in the hall, and when he had warmed himself, he set out to look for the master of the house. She never demanded any type of gifts from her father, unlike her sisters which never had enough of anything. And the two sisters came up with a plan. She had her room and she was served.
She told him that things were not quite so bad at the Beast's palace. You must not do this for me! At night he reveals himself as a handsome young man to her, and the couple eventually rules the kingdom together. Summarizing ''Beauty and the Beast'' A merchant or trader has six daughters, six sons and a successful career. Jeanne left England in 1763 with her daughter Elisabeth. Although she liked him, she was still frightened of his monster-like face. In punishment, the Beast tells the merchant he must return with one of his daughters, who must agree to live in the castle with him. Gaston goes after him and wants the Beast to fight back.
Cold and weary, the merchant had lost all hope of reaching an inn when he suddenly noticed a bright light shining in the middle of a wood. He rides into town with his comrade LeFou Josh Gad and finds Belle after she leaves a book shop. Beast disappeared all of the sudden and its place was taken by a beautiful prince. When a young village girl named Belle comes in search of her imprisoned father, the beast takes her in his place. Potts tells him he's too good for Gaston anyway.
The days flashed past, and at last the merchant was able to leave his bed. She forgot the Beast and his castle. The two eldest had a great deal of pride because they were rich. Maurice rides off to a fair with his invention, but gets lost and loses his horse as night falls. Though I ought to think myself happy that you will stay here; promise never to leave me. His sons threaten to go kill the Beast. The two older daughters laughed at anyone who did not dress as well as they did.
She gives him 10 years to get a girl to fall in love with him and earn that girl's love in return. Potts reunites with her husband from the village, while Cogsworth reunites with his wife though he's not too thrilled about that. They lived a good life in a big house but due to some unfortunate turn of events her father lost all his money. Thereupon the prince sent for the merchant and his daughters, and he was married to Beauty, and they all lived happily ever after. And, because she's super vindictive, all of the prince's servants get turned into talking knickknacks—you know, for good measure. But, Gaston slips through their defenses and finds the Beast unwilling and unable to defend himself.
Living in the hut in the woods was hard work. At the end of that time her sleep grew troubled, and she dreamed that she saw the Beast lying dead among the roses in the beautiful gardens of his palace; and from this dream she awoke crying bitterly. Then one night she woke from a terrible nightmare. The Beast finds a doctor's mask, indicating that Belle's mother was killed by the plague. The Prince sneered and laughed at the old woman along with his subjects, even as she warned him not to be deceived by appearances.
The merchant tied him up to the manger and walked towards the house, where he saw no one. In her version, Beauty comes to appreciate the Beast by her own initiative rather than in the Villeneuve version, where she is repeatedly reassured by a Good Fairy and magical dreams that loving the Beast is a good idea. They gave themselves ridiculous airs, and would not visit other merchants' daughters, nor keep company with any but persons of quality. She returns to her family to find that they've gone on with their lives without her. In three months, if none of them will come in your place, you must return yourself and take your punishment.