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Beauty and The Beast Feminism and Chauvinism Essay written by Corin Stone Beauty and the Beast is a wonderful childrens movie its directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise and produced by Don Hahn Disney is the main sponsor and gives the movie the best cast of artist and musicians Who would except anything else from Disney they are the best at childrens films At the same time Disney succeeds in teaching our children a very vital lesson in life how good looks and fame is not the key to true love Which is created throughout the movie of Beauty and the Beast released in 1991 with the most sincere reviews and touching style Consequently the movie exploits a great deal of feminism and chauvinistic ways unexcitable to this day and ages of the nineties Marian Belle is the main character she lives with her father who is considered by the town a loony man therefore Belle is also looked upon the town as being a little out of the ordinary Even so she is the most beautiful girl in the town her name means beauty and it is shown with her wonderful appearance throughout the duration of the movie Gaston a very courageous and dignified worrier who is in love with Belle and wishes to marry her Moreover every women and man in the town look up to him and would do anything for him Nonetheless Belle sees right through his beauty and recognizes him as a mean and conceded fool who does not know how to love Meanwhile there is a prince in a near by castle who wakes up to a widow knocking on his door When he answers she offers him a rose for shelter out of the cold When he consistently said no the widow turned into a prices He tried to apologize but it was too late The curse of the flower turned him into a beast Consequently
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