Belle's Father
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Belle's Father (Character)
from Beauty and the Beast (1991)

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Beauty and the Beast (1991)
Belle: Who's there? Who are you?
Beast: The master of this castle.
Belle: I've come for my father. Please, let him out! Can't you see? He's sick!
Beast: [Yelling] Then he shouldn't have trespassed here!
Belle: But he could die! Please, I'll do anything!
Beast: There's nothing you can do! He's my prisoner.
Belle: Oh there must be some way I can... wait! Take me instead.
Beast: You! You would take his place?
Maurice: Belle, no! You don't know what you're doing!
Belle: If I did, would you let him go?
Beast: Yes. But you must promise to stay here forever.
Belle: Come into the light.
[the Beast reveals himself, Belle gasps and turns away]
Maurice: No, Belle! I won't let you do this!
[Belle looks at him, then rises]
Belle: You have my word.
Beast: Done!

Beast: Who are you? What are you doing here?
Maurice: I-I-I was lost in the woods, and-and...
Beast: You're not welcome here!
Maurice: I-I-I'm sorry.
Beast: What are you staring at?
Maurice: N-nothing.
Beast: So, you've come to stare at the BEAST, haven't you?
Maurice: Please, I meant no harm. I-I just need a place to stay.
Beast: *I'll* give you a place to stay.
Maurice: No, no! Please! No, no!


"Beauty and the Beast: Once Upon a Time (#1.1)" (1987)
Charles Chandler: When you put your mind to it, you're a fine corporate lawyer.
Catherine Chandler: No, Dad. I'm the daughter of a fine corporate lawyer.

Charles Chandler: You could do a lot worse than Tom Gunther...
Catherine Chandler: ...and have!


"Once Upon a Time: The Crocodile (#2.4)" (2012)
Moe French: You're a monster, Rumplestiltskin.

[Gold has just saved Belle from being sent across the town line]
Belle: Thank you for what you just did. But that doesn't change that you're too cowardly to be honest with me.
Mr. Gold: But Belle, I...
Moe French: I tried to tell him that, Belle. Come with me, darling.
Belle: After what you just tried to do to me? You're no better, Father. You don't get to decide what I do or how I feel; I do. If either of you cared about me, you would've listened. I don't wanna see either of you again. Ever.


Beauty and the Beast (1946)
La Bête: So, my dear sir, you steal my roses. You steal my roses, the things I love most in all the world. Your luck has gone from bad to worse. You could have taken anything except my roses. The punishment for this simple theft is death!
Belle's Father: Sir, I didn't know. I meant no harm. My daughter asked me to bring her a rose.
La Bête: Don't address me as "sir." I'm called the Beast! I don't like compliments. Don't try to understand. You have fifteen minutes to prepare to die!
Belle's Father: Sir...
La Bête: Again! The Beast orders you to be silent. You stole a rose, so you must die. Unless one of your daughters... how many do you have?
Belle's Father: Three.
La Bête: Unless one of your daughters agrees to pay your debt and take your place.
Belle's Father: But...
La Bête: Don't argue! Be off! Make the most of the chance I have offered you. And should your daughters refuse to die in your place, swear to return in three days. Swear it!
Belle's Father: I swear. But how will I find my way home. I got lost in the forest.
La Bête: You'll find a white horse in my stables. His name is Magnificent. Whisper in his ear, "go where I am going, Magnificent. Go, go, go!" He'll take you home and bring you back to my castle, should your daughters prove too cowardly to ride him in your place. Go now!