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Beauty and the Beast

"Beauty and the Beast" is a 1991 Disney animated film that tells the story of a young woman named Belle who is taken captive by a beast in a castle in the woods. The beast was once a prince who was cursed by an enchantress and turned into a beast, and his only hope for breaking the curse is to learn to love and be loved in return. As Belle gets to know the beast, she discovers that he is not a monster, but a kind and a gentle creature with a tragic past. Meanwhile, the beast's servants, who have also been transformed into household objects by the curse, desperately try to help break the spell before it's too late. 

Despite the beast's rough exterior, Belle begins to see the good in him and they gradually become close. However, a jealous and arrogant hunter named Gaston is also vying for Belle's affection and will stop at nothing to win her over, even if it means killing the beast. As Belle and the beast's relationship grows, the two must also navigate the challenges and dangers that come with trying to break the curse. Along the way, they learn about the power of love, sacrifice, and the importance of seeing beyond outward appearances. In the end, the curse is broken and the beast is transformed back into the prince he once was. Belle and the prince profess their love for each other and the castle and its inhabitants are restored to their former glory. The film ends with Belle and the prince dancing in the ballroom, surrounded by their friends and loved ones, as they live happily ever after.