The Beauty and the Beast - Tale as old as time (with lyrics)
Tale as Old as Time: The Art and Making of Beauty and the Beast
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Tale as Old as Time: The Art and Making of Beauty and the Beast (Disney Editions Deluxe (Film))
As Old As Time by Liz Braswell - Book Review
If you have seen the new Disney film, you will know that the live-action Beauty and the Beast movie closely follows the animated classic, but with a few important changes. For example, Belle is portrayed as the inventor rather than Maurice, her father. This was a request from Emma Watson so that Belle would have a better back-story. This got us thinking about other differences between the two films and the original story, and we decided to create the Ultimate Guide to Beauty and the Beast! If you have already purchased Walt Disney World Resort tickets and you're lucky enough to be experiencing the magic of Disney first hand, make sure to read our guide before you go! So, be our guest , and discover this tale as old as time with our ultimate guide!
The Beauty and the Beast legend has a universal appeal; the fairy tale exists in numerous versions throughout the world. During the process of being translated into a Disney film, Beauty and the Beast had several false starts. It was originally conceived as an eighteenth-century period piece, directed by the British husband-and-wife team of Richard and Jill Purdum. After some changes, two new directors, Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale, were put in charge of the project. Although he was initially reluctant to do another animated film after The Little Mermaid, the late Howard Ashman came on board shortly after the new directors did. Over many months, the characters and story evolved further, but there were many changes, and wrong turns.