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    Beauty and the Beast: 25th Anniversary Edition - (BD+DVD+DIGITAL HD) [Blu-ray]
    DVD (Walt Disney Studios)


    Walt Disney Studios


    List Price: $39.99


    Beauty And The Beast (Bluray/DVD Combo) [Blu-ray]
    DVD (Shout! Factory)


    Shout! Factory


    List Price: $14.49


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Beauty and the Beast roars onto Blu-ray with must-see extras

These additions are seamlessly woven into the familiar fairy tale, which brings to life such dazzling musical numbers as “Be Our Guest,” “Belle,” “Gaston,” “Something There,” “The Mob Song,” and, of course, “Beauty and the Beast” with such gorgeous detail, fans can’t help but get teary-eyed as they watch them unfold on their TV screen. Sadly, the same can’t be said for a few of the new musical numbers featured in the film, especially “Days in the Sun” and “Evermore,” which resemble the tone of “Human Again” (the musical number originally cut from the animated feature and later added to the special edition DVD release after its inclusion in the Broadway musical) and “If I Can’t Love Her” (from the Broadway musical) so much that Beauty and the Beast fans will wonder why composer Alan Menken (who wrote the score for the animated feature as well as the stage version) didn’t just use those established musical numbers instead. Of course, it’s obvious the new numbers were added in hopes of winning a Best Original Song Oscar nomination at the 2018 Academy Awards, but they’re not as good as the previously recorded numbers Menken wrote.

How good does Beauty and the Beast look on Blu-Ray?

I want to buy the Blu-Ray Diamond Edition of Beauty and the Beast and was wondering how much better it looks compared to the regular DVD version. Thanks in advance!


it looks great, but it still looks like a cartoon...


It looks great. Don't ask me how I know.

Why does the Beauty and the Beast Blu-Ray say "Disney" instead of "Walt Disney"?

The theatrical and VHS release said Walt Disney. But on the Blu Ray, it simply says "Disney Beauty and the Beast."


the it wasnt made by Walt Disney just the company Disney


to make people feel that they haver upgraded their animations, like buying Pixar and make computer generated cartoons as opposed to the traditional hand drawn which was used by Walt himself...the final traditionally animated feature film was Home on a