Beauty and the Beast arranged for Harp by Sylvia WoodsA group of resourceful kids start solution-seekers.com, a website where cybervisitors can get answers to questions that trouble them. But when one questioner asks the true meaning of Christmas, the kids seek to unravel the mystery by journeying back through the prophecies of the Old Testament. What they find is a series of S words that reveal a spectacular story With creative characters, humorous dialogue and great music, The S Files is a childrens Christmas musical your kids will love performing.
Sign in. Beast : Who are you? What are you doing here? Maurice : I-I-I was lost in the woods, and-and. Beast : You're not welcome here!
Maurice's Wood-Chopping Machine
The Beast is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Animation Studios ' 30th animated feature film Beauty and the Beast A pampered prince transformed into a hideous beast as punishment for his cold-hearted and selfish ways, the Beast must, in order to return to his former self, earn the love of a beautiful young woman named Belle who he imprisons in his castle. All this must be done before the last petal falls from the enchanted rose on his twenty-first birthday. In all animated film appearances, the Beast is voiced by American actor Robby Benson. The animated film was adapted into a Broadway musical in , with the role being originated by American actor Terrence Mann.
Belle is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures ' 30th animated feature film Beauty and the Beast Originally voiced by American actress and singer Paige O'Hara , Belle is the non-conforming daughter of an inventor who yearns to abandon her predictable village life in return for adventure. When her father Maurice is imprisoned by a cold-hearted beast , Belle offers him her own freedom in exchange for her father's, and eventually learns to love the Beast despite his unsightly outward appearance. Walt Disney Studios chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg commissioned Beauty and the Beast as an animated musical with a strong heroine and hired first-time screenwriter Linda Woolverton to write it. Basing her on the heroine of Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont 's fairy tale " Beauty and the Beast ", Woolverton adapted Belle into a stronger and less passive character for the film. Inspired by the women's rights movement , Woolverton wanted Belle to be a unique Disney heroine different from The Little Mermaid 's popular Ariel , and thus deliberately conceived the character as a feminist in an effort to avoid the criticism Disney had long been receiving due to the studio's reputation of depicting its female characters as victims. Belle's strength and love of reading was inspired by American actress Katharine Hepburn 's performance as Jo March in the film Little Women , while the writers instilled the adventure-seeking heroine with goals and aspirations beyond romance.
Maurice's Machine is an invention from the film Beauty and the Beast. This machine is used to chop wood, making it more easy than chopping the wood with an ordinary axe. This is the invention Maurice made to enter in the fair. It is made up of a variety of gadgets, most notably an axe. Eventually, after being roused by Belle to complete it, citing her confidence in her father, he managed to fix the device and have it work perfectly. Although it was intended to go to the fair as one of the entries, it never arrived due to Maurice getting lost, which resulted in him being forced to seek shelter at a mysterious castle in a forest , and his imprisonment by the castle's owner , as well as Philippe fleeing back to Belle's cottage. Even though the device was presumably broken down for ease of carrying via wagon, it was somehow reconstructed by the time Belle and Maurce returned home.