17 Things YOU MISSED in Beauty And The Beast (2017)
17 Things YOU MISSED in Beauty And The Beast (2017)


Disney’s live-action Beauty And The Beast
is a gorgeous reimagining of the beloved 1991 animated classic and it’s loaded with callbacks
and easter eggs to the animated movie that many even casual viewers will notice. But the new movie also includes many delicious
details that only super-fans might spot the first time around! Yippee-ki-yay, movie lovers, it’s Jan here,
and in this video, I’m going to reveal 17 easter eggs and details that only real fans
will notice in the new Beauty And The Beast. And by the way, I’ll be including some fascinating
facts from my interviews with Beauty And The Beast director Bill Condon and composer Alan
Menken about how they used deleted scenes, characters, lyrics and dialogue from the original
animation in the new movie. Just before I start, I’m giving away this
amazing Disney hardback book from DK, which is loaded with behind-the-scenes artwork,
photos, and information about Disney’s live-action and animated movies over the years. For a chance to win, all you have to do is
subscribe and leave a comment about the new Beauty And The Beast movie or your favourite
easter egg from the film. And for bonus ways to enter, check out the
Gleam link in the video description below. Ok, quick warning: there are spoilers ahead,
so if you’ve not seen the movie yet, why not check out my spoiler-free review, then come
back here after you’ve seen the film! When Beast suggests Belle use the enchanted
map to ‘travel to the one place [she’s] always wanted to see’, the destination she chooses
is a lovely nod to a Beauty And The Beast cameo in another Disney animated movie! Can you guess where I’m going with this? Yes, Belle and Beast travel to Paris, where
Beast suggests they visit Notre Dame, all of which is very exciting because Belle popped
up in Disney’s animated feature The Hunchback of Notre Dame, where, in typical Belle style,
she walked along the street while reading a book. There’s an interesting moment during the opening
song “Belle” where Belle enquires if Monsieur Jean has lost something again, and he replies
that he believes he has, but he can’t remember what. Given that Emma Watson’s best known role before
Beauty And The Beast was as Hermione Grainger in the Harry Potter series, this feels like
a homage to the scene in the first film, The Philosopher’s Stone, where after Neville gets
his Remembrall, he says to Hermione that he can’t remember what he’d forgotten. Although Harry Potter fans may well love this
line, Beauty And The Beast director Bill Condon has said that it’s a happy coincidence because
the reason Monsieur Jean can’t remember what he’s forgotten is because of the Enchantress’s
spell and how it’s made the townspeople forget that the castle and the enchanted objects
ever existed. So, what Jean can’t remember here is that
he’s actually Mr Potts, and his conversation with Belle is some clever foreshadowing for
the reveal later on that he’s married to Mrs Potts. Perhaps a somewhat unfortunate consequence
of the changed dialogue is that we never got that brilliant line from the original where
the baker rudely interrupts Belle with the line, “Marie! The baguettes!” – because he’s bored of listening
to her talk about the book she’s been reading. In the new movie, Belle’s conversation with
Monsieur Jean replaces that conversation with the baker, but [perhaps] there’s a nod with
a twist to that moment as Belle still gets brushed off, but this time it’s by Monsieur
Jean when he says the book she’s returning to Pere Robert sounds boring. His line is also a joke at the expense of
the story of Romeo and Juliet which is the book Belle’s just been reading in this film
and also the one she taught the Beast to read in the original animation. In the new movie, the Beast also pokes fun
at Romeo and Juliet when he introduces Belle to his library saying there are so many things
that are better to read than that Shakespearian tragedy about heartache and pining. Jean Cocteau’s 1946 film La Belle et la Bête
is one of director Bill Condon’s favourite movies and he found it a source of inspiration
for his own 21st-century remake of the Beauty And The Beast story. For instance, there’s a different set-up to
the 1991 movie for Belle’s father. In this version, Maurice is taken prisoner
by Beast for picking a white rose. Given Condon’s love for the French film, his
use of the white rose is a hat-tip to Cocteau’s film where Belle’s father is caught by the
Beast when he takes a rose from Beast’s garden, the idea for which itself came from the original
mid-18th-century French story. And Beauty And The Beast’s filmmakers included
a nice easter egg and homage to the author of that very first Beauty And The Beast story,
Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve, when they named Belle’s hometown Villeneuve. Shortly after Maurice enters the Beast’s castle,
seeking shelter, Cadenza the harpsichord starts playing ‘Be Our Guest’, but suddenly stops
when Maurice goes into the room. This is a delightful easter egg to the fact
that, in the animated movie, ‘Be Our Guest’ was initially actually going to be performed
by the enchanted objects for Maurice, rather than for Belle. Maestro Cadenza, who’s married to the Italian
opera singer Madame de Garderobe and becomes a harpsichord under the curse, is a new character
created for the live-action adaptation. But Cadenza’s inclusion in this film is still
a hat-tip to Villeneuve’s original story as well as to LePrince de Beaumont’s adaptation
a few years later, which feature Beauty playing the harpsichord in her own home, and also
reveal that Beast has a harpsichord in his castle. On top of that, Maestro Cadenza is also a
little musical homage to the 1997 direct-to-video midquel, Beauty And The Beast: The Enchanted
Christmas, in which the main villain was the music conductor and composer Maestro Forte,
who became a pipe organ during the curse. The live-action film makes this connection
when, just before ‘Be Our Guest’, Cogsworth asks Cadenza to ‘play quietly’, and Candeza
replies, ‘Sotto voce, of course.’ Sotto voce and Forte are musical terms which
are basically opposites of each other, which is fitting because Cadenza is a good character
and Forte was villain. The songs in the new Beauty And The Beast
also include homages to a variety of classic musicals. For “Be Our Guest”, director Bill Condon has
confirmed the new musical number includes over a dozen references including West Side
Story, Singin’ In The Rain, Cabaret, and Chicago, which Condon wrote the screenplay for, as
well as nods to Esther Williams and Busby Berkeley, both of which also influenced the
1991 version. Plus, there’s also a little reference to Moulin
Rouge, which starred Ewan McGregor, who plays Lumiere in Beauty And The Beast. When Disney were going through the music archives
of the animated film, they came across some original lyrics by the late Howard Ashman
which didn’t make it into the final film back in 1991. So, director Bill Condon decided to put them
to good use in his live-action version. And when I interviewed Bill Condon recently,
I asked him what those new lyrics were, and he told me that they’re the last lines that
Emma Thompson sings as Mrs Potts when she reprises the Beauty And The Beast song at
the end of the movie, which are: “Winter turns to spring, famine turns to feast, nature points
the way, nothing left to say, Beauty and the Beast.” But that’s not all, folks! When I interviewed Alan Menken, he told me
that some of Howard Ashman’s unused lyrics from the 1991 movie also made it into the
live-action version of the song Gaston! The lyrics in question begin with Gaston singing:
‘When I hunt, I sneak up with my quiver, and beasts of the field say a prayer; first, I
carefully aim for the liver, then I shoot from behind.’ By the way, Menken told me that those lyrics
didn’t make it into the original film as ‘sneaking up and shooting an animal in the liver was
probably a bit much for a younger audience’. Music boxes play an important part in the
new film as Belle’s father, Maurice, is an artist who makes them. But they’re also a call-back to the animated
feature. In early drafts of the 1991 script, Mrs Potts’
son Chip only had one sentence of dialogue, and the other scenes where he appears in the
film as we know it today were going to feature in his place a Music Box character which spoke
only by making little chiming noises. But when the producers realised the movie
would benefit from a child’s perspective, they increased Chip’s role and got rid of
the music box character. After Chip says his famous line from the original
animation, ‘Momma, there’s a girl in the castle’, he follows it up by asking Mrs Potts what
kind of tea the girl likes and then lists a few different types including chamomile,
which is a delicious easter egg to the original name the filmmakers were going to give the
talking teapot in their animated movie. Yes, back in 1991, Mrs Potts was very nearly
named Mrs Chamomile, after the soothing herbal tea, but the filmmakers decided to go with
the name we know and love today as they thought ‘chamomile’ might be difficult for young children
to say. Toward to the start of the movie, we see Belle
teaching a young girl to read and pointing to a page with a Blue Bird on it. The page says “The Blue Bird that flies over
the dark wood”, which is a nod to the blue-birds that fly over the wood at the start of the
animated movie, and also to the blue-coloured bird that appears during the song “Something
There”. When we hear that song in the original film,
Belle is trying to bring out the Beast’s gentler side by encouraging him to feed the birds
in his garden. At first, they’re all scared away with the
exception of a little blue bird who jumps into his hand. By the way, look closely at what Belle’s wearing
as she teaches the young girl and you’ll see that her cardigan has blue birds embroidered
into the pattern. After Gaston and LeFou finish their big song-and-dance
number at the tavern, Gaston compliments his loyal side-kick on how great he is and asks,
‘How is it that no girl has snatched you up yet?’, and LeFou replies with a nice easter
egg to Frozen, saying that, ‘I’ve been told I’m clingy, but I really don’t get it.’ Josh Gad, of course, plays both LeFou and
Frozen’s Olaf, an adorable snowman who just loves introducing himself to the movie’s human
characters with the line, ‘Hi, I’m Olaf, and I like warm hugs’, and who’s also happy to
melt for the right person. As well as being a Frozen easter egg, LeFou’s
reply also foreshadows what the movie’s director has called the character’s “gay moment” at
the end of the movie. Just outside the tavern’s doors, there are
two wooden carvings of wild boar heads, and one is used by the angry mob to try to ram
down the door to the Beast’s castle. Although this is a change from the animated
film, where the villagers chop down a tree to batter the Beast’s door, it’s actually
a really nice hint to the design of the Beast. Wild boars were one of the animals that Disney
artist Glen Keane took inspiration from when he was creating the animated Beast’s look
– in fact, if you look at the Beast in the 1991 movie, you’ll see he has the tusks of
a wild boar. But long before Disney’s much-loved classic,
the Beast was already associated with boars. Back in the late nineteenth century, for example,
the English artist Walter Crane portrayed the Beast as a wild boar in his illustrations
for children’s picture books. Speaking of boars, the coat of arms in the
Beast’s castle consists of a lion, a boar, and letters WD. Just as boars influenced the Beast’s design
in the animated movie, so too did lions – with the Beast having a lion’s mane. As for the WD monogram, that’s a nod to Walt
Disney! When Belle is surprised that Beast is able
to complete a quote she reads from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, he explains that
he had ‘an expensive education.’ This is a change from the animation where
the Beast has trouble reading, but it’s also a reference to the role that made actor Dan
Stevens, who plays the Beast, famous. In the popular period drama Downton Abbey,
Stevens’s character Matthew Crawley also enjoyed an expensive education, which included a private
boys-only boarding-school followed by Oxford University. And interestingly enough, that’s mirrored
in Stevens’ own life as he too attended a private boarding school before going on to
study at Cambridge University. At the end of this movie, Belle looks at the
Prince and asks, ‘How would you feel about growing a beard?’, which director Bill Condon
told me is an unused line of dialogue that lyricist Howard Ashman came up with for the
animated classic. Interestingly enough, Glen Keane, who designed
the animated Beast for that film, didn’t want the Beast to turn back into the Prince at
the end of the movie so had Paige O’Hara who played Belle record that line about the beard,
though, of course, they didn’t end up using it back then. Now, I’d love to hear if you spotted any other
easter eggs or interesting references in the new Beauty And The Beast movie. And how do you think it compared to the original
animated classic? Don’t forget to comment and subscribe for
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100 thoughts on “17 Things YOU MISSED in Beauty And The Beast (2017)”

  1. Flicks And The City says:

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  2. Rio Rezare says:

    gow

  3. David Robinson says:

    where belle traveled in Paris with the beast

  4. Isabella Valencia says:

    I didn't like beauty and the beast that much because it is not the same

  5. KrazyKreeper123 says:

    I was thinking about the 'Hog's Head' from Harry Potter when she mentioned the boar head because Emma Watson played Hermione Granger in Harry Potter.

  6. TeMmIE _MaTIonS says:

    Oh my gosh I think I'm gonna watch it it's so cool!!! I think I'm going to like it!

  7. Fey Panda says:

    this movie is so awesome

  8. Marquez Michael says:

    in the song Be our guest and when they sing course by course the clock comes out of what looks like the castle from aladdin

  9. Marquez Michael says:

    i for got his name

  10. HOWLING WOLF 114466 says:

    Emma Watson is the perfect Belle she is so good

  11. Israel Haddad says:

    Beauty and the Beast is my favourite

  12. Peggy Knecht says:

    also the reference to lancelot could bena reference to the broadway show. Belle teaches Beast to read King Arthur.

  13. spoilt02 says:

    I subscribed and the part of the movie I liked was properly when they say "don't go in the west wing then bell says what is the west wing then they answer did you say something about a west wing well there is no such thing

  14. Zoe Kubina says:

    I love the movie!!!!!!!

  15. Zoe Kubina says:

    verey

  16. Matthew De Alba says:

    I love beauty

  17. Goddess1Princess says:

    not really easter eggs just unknown facts

  18. Victoria L Howard says:

    I have been to see the new movie twice now. I truly love the movie <3

  19. DreamweavrHairDesign says:

    Firstly, in 22 days I get to own this movie! I have watched this 5 times (I'm obsessed a bit). Each time I noticed something new. The second time, I noticed Lumiere doing the floss dance at the end of "Be our Guest." The third time I noticed (and teared up) that Monsieur Jean (when she turns to say bye, there is a brief glimpse of his cart) sells china cups and teapots and saucers. Finally, no eiffel tower or Louvre. They were really good at keeping the time period legit.

  20. Steven White says:

    When Mr Potts/M Jean is saying he forgot something but can't remember what, he's both wearing a flowery vest (Mrs Potts as a teapot has leafy flowery designs on her) and standing in front of a shop selling teapots, dishes, etc.

  21. Joshua Dempsey says:

    I knew it! When the beast is singing his song as belle leaves, he sings the line "come what may". That's the nod to moulin rouge. I actually told my husband this as we left the theatre! I also thought it was so poetic that the same person who played the bookworm hermione got to step foot into (perhaps) the largest library around as Belle.

  22. Colton Magill says:

    i did hear one other one it was when belle entered her room and if anyone has seen the play version of Disney's beauty and the beast would recognize the toon as "home" sung by Belle in her room after the beast orders her to come down to dinner

  23. Jami3 says:

    Does anyone else think that after the beast turns back into the prince in the animated film he looks a lot like Hercules from the Disney animated film

  24. Abigail BETH Fletcher says:

    I am obsessed with the new film seen 4 times xxx

  25. joshua farmer says:

    Love it

  26. Cerys Davis says:

    Love beauty and the beast ❤

  27. Lps for ever Louella says:

    At school Ido drama about beauty and the beast

  28. paul murray says:

    Its so good

  29. Misael Gervacio says:

    Love the new Beauty and the beast

  30. Misael Gervacio says:

    Love the new Beauty and the beast

  31. Rhonda Way says:

    me Emily could not stop crying 😭😭😭

  32. Corinne Lajoie says:

    saw the movie so amazing

  33. Larry Olson says:

    the design in the ballroom floor looks like a fractal based on the Mandelbrot set
    http://c8.alamy.com/comp/C5YTG0/a-chaospro-generated-fractal-design-based-on-the-mandelbrot-set-C5YTG0.jpg

  34. Sarah Beth says:

    In mrs. Potts picture (As a human) shes holding a tea cup VERY similar to the one in the glimpse of the one on the shelve in the library of the animated versiob

  35. David Cheney says:

    Loved this movie! Thought I would be bored since I had seen the animated one so many times, but I loved it. Loved the changes and the easter eggs, the characters, everything. Loved that Belle was an inventor since Maurice was not.

  36. Gerald Ramsingh says:

    my favorite is hatchback 1st

  37. The Cloutiers says:

    Her mom is dead bodies to be in the bed from when she was sick because he's been dead for so long no one cleared it out no one's moving in

  38. Saya Yang says:

    A lot of people didn't notice but when beast shows the enchanted book to belle at the top of the page is a compass. It's the same compass from Pocahontas!

  39. Nighthound says:

    I love beauty and the beast

  40. Shera Wilcox says:

    love new B&t B! Beautiful look and music and backstory!

  41. Cass Sassafrass says:

    in be our guest when cogsworth finally gets his part he comes out of the palace of agrabah with a turban on his head

  42. Stacy Horowitz says:

    Another Easter egg I had noticed was when Belle was teaching the little girl to read. It resembled the scene in Disney's Tarzan where Jane was teaching Tarzan to read. Both the books looked similar.

  43. Eli Millard says:

    best movie ever

  44. Kathleen Crawford says:

    Did anyone else notice the torches held up by arms during the battle at the end of the film? That's a nod to the Jean Cocteau version as well, as Maurice is guided through the castle by human arms attached to the walls holding torches. I'm a little surprised this wasn't on the list even though the Jean Cocteau version was for another easter egg.

  45. April Capasso says:

    egg 1and I subscribe to that your video so love that book because I love Disney I loved it since I was 3 years old

  46. LuvDance SingDIY says:

    I love the fact that Josh gad was olaf and his character in the animated version was a snowman at one part.

  47. Catsarecute101yay ! says:

    i like the last one

  48. David Bartlett says:

    Katie

  49. granger potionss says:

    I knew the Olaf one and the Harry Potter one.
    sometimes I like to close my eyes

  50. JaselinDrew11 says:

    I thought the addition of LeFou's quirky, snarky comments towards Gaston and those around him were hilarious! I always felt he deserved a bigger part

  51. Mega Meg says:

    Really is that true that they are married

  52. Horse Lover 54 says:

    I like the live action version better I think it dose a better job at explaining things

  53. andy brosnahan says:

    it is so cool and interesting in the best movie

  54. The Gleek Outside says:

    the owl at the enchantress's hut, in Harry Potter an owl is usually the pet

  55. Emillianna Martinez says:

    all

  56. Aiden'sgaminghouse says:

    Flicks and the city,this is not the first time Watson worked with Emma thompson(Mrs.potts).They bothed worked on Harry potter and the prisoner of azkaband.

  57. Elior Machlev says:

    in the library she had a song, in that song she mentioned prince charming , Wich is of course snow white's prince.

  58. charlotte hill says:

    when she is running up the hill singing a song, she is wearing toms!

  59. Babey Boyo Josuke says:

    i love this movie

  60. Bouchère Denis says:

    I'm French and I like your French accent

  61. K says:

    Gaston made 321 accounts and disliked this vid

  62. lily baum says:

    my favorite part of beauty and the beast is be our guest

  63. Karly Sherwood says:

    There is a pub in Harry Potter called Hogs Head so maybe that's what the sign is for

  64. Daphne Brooke says:

    I want it I want it please choose me I subscribed btw

  65. Liz x says:

    Lumiere dabs during be our guest when under the napkin. I'm pretty sure the others do too while in the line.

  66. marc rodriguez says:

    The magic mirror

  67. Linda Nelson says:

    my favorite part of the new Beauty and the Beast movie is I think about that my favorite part of the Beauty and the Beast movie is be my guest

  68. Linda Nelson says:

    my favorite part of the new Beauty and the Beast movie is I think about that my favorite part of the Beauty and the Beast movie is be my guest

  69. emily mees says:

    Paige O'hara, who played Belle in the original film, and Susan Egan, who played Belle in the broadway both made Cameo appearances in the village scene.

    Paige O'hara even has a part where she can be heard appropriately be heard singing…
    "Now it's no wonder that her name means beauty. Her looks have got no parallel."

    …while Susan Egan sings but behind that faire vassad I'm afraid she's rather odd."

  70. Brendon-uriely-cute says:

    Who's watching the movie while watching this because I am my friends say I sing like her and we went to a place with a hill I ran up the hill singing I want adventure in the great wide somewhere and so on and I did it and someone was clapping I didn't even know them lol

  71. sevitos says:

    In the song Be Our Guest it shows the candle cutting a piece of food with a knife really swiftly and fast and the screen turns red for a quick second like in the French Revolution when they beheaded their enemies

  72. TeamChalk says:

    I love this movie

  73. Emily S says:

    Maybe it is just me but the ceiling in Belle's bedroom in the 2017 version looks a lot like the ceiling of the ballroom in the 1991 version.

  74. Rex Rosales says:

    YOU missed the Easter egg taj mahal, sultans hat and the carpet napkins for the upcoming LIVE adaptation movie ALADDIN in the be our guest song !!!!

  75. Mizu Astrum says:

    The schoolmaster in "Good Morning, Belle" was the original voice of Lumiere.

  76. Laura Wilson says:

    I enjoyed Beauty and the Beast. Thank you for bringing out the Easter Eggs within it. It's also been said that the boars head could also be another Harry Potter nod.

  77. samantha Kennedy says:

    Belle reading to the girl is one of my favorite parts

  78. Hanz Slecs De Guzman says:

    Beauty and the beast i Love pls give the book to me😇😇😇😇😇😇

  79. Linda phillips says:

    I love the part where they went to Paris in the 2017 beauty and the beast

  80. Lucy Holman says:

    I sascrib and all of them were my fav

  81. Ayla Denktash says:

    I love u

  82. Issam Nimri says:

    I swear I saw agrabah in the cinema version.. I couldn't find it in the blue ray version!!! It was at the end ..

  83. Jillian Lehmann says:

    Another easter egg is directly from Bill Condon's Breaking Dawn. In the scene with Maurice warming by the fire in the Beasts' castle, look for a chess set. It's the book cover from Breaking Dawn!

  84. Movie Maniac says:

    Human Forte looks like Frollo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

  85. Musicellaneous says:

    Fantastic video!! 🙂

  86. Mr black panther Mbp says:

    The piano plays imperial march

  87. staggmovie says:

    I would think the late Howard Ashman would have been pleased that the live action version they used some of his unused lyrics for the animated movie in the live action movie.

  88. luvhanna says:

    DELICIOUS FACTS

  89. DrewDisney Nintendolover says:

    You know beauty and the beast is a beautiful movie

  90. Disney Rules says:

    Cadenza is basically a good version of Forte.

  91. William Mahe says:

    Here's one, when the mob enters the castle, LeFou walks up to Chip and Mrs. Potts, saying, "You must be the talking tea cup. And you must be his grandmother". This could be the dirctor's way of poking fun at how people say the Mrs. Potts looks way too old to be Chip's mother in the animated movie.

  92. Floppsyfoo Games says:

    Remember that hogs head??? You know the HOGS HEAD????

    Harry potter easter egg anyone?

  93. C. R says:

    When Belle rides up to the castle to save her father, before she enters in the courtyard area the magic mirror from Snow White is hanging on the wall behind her.
    Also when she is singing in the beginning of the movie about her favorite part of the book she says, "this is where she meets prince charming, but she doesn't know its him til chapter 3." Belle doesn't meet Beast in the movie until scene 3.

  94. Roberto Scalia says:

    What a magro the Beast here!

  95. Nikita James says:

    Gghggyyjisiieeisususisisusisiss

  96. Midnight x Tears says:

    I remember my mom said she loves all these remakes because it reminds her on how much I used to watch all the old films when I was little.

    She has always said that I was like belle.
    She gave me examples from back then.

    “You are too kind to everyone, you have a golden heart for everyone. You always watch the same movie over and over again. And sometimes I see you read a bit of a book that’s a grade older then for yours.”
    And for the preset
    “I saw that you started to love reading harder and harder books and your heart has become even more golden then before…what I mean by hat is, anytime you have a hard time or when you were blamed for the wrong thing…you’re heart and brain became even more stronger but your strong sadness as grew stronger every year. Yet,….you are getting stronger everyday now..” I’m so happy she’s my mom because I always love seeing her smile..one time I gave 10 dollars to a homeless person (yes I’m 13 I’m saving my money now) she almost shed a tear because of that…she’s so pure and it hurts me to see she has taken all the bullets from me.

    I always say we can maybe hang out together and we always love doing that.

    We always say

    “Togthers?” And I always say “forever”

  97. tctomhowtoi Aiden says:

    BYOOTY AND THE BEEST WHAS MY FAFERET MOVIE

  98. Purple Nurple says:

    Omg!!! I remember when I rewatched the Hunchback of Notredame I legit thought i was high when I saw Belle😂😂😂

  99. Kayleen Stuck says:

    There is one Easter egg that isn't mentioned. In the scene where Belle was drawing some kind of idea for an invention, Alan Menken had composed a piece that had been in the score that sounded a lot like "A Whole New World" from "Aladdin" deriving from the original animated classic and hinting that the live-action version of said film was in effect and would soon be released.

  100. Kayleen Stuck says:

    One Easter egg I noticed was when Lumiere did the similar dance Gene Kelly had done in "Singing In The Rain" during the one part of the "Be Our Guest" number.

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