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Awards

Academy Awards, USA 1992

Won
Oscar
Best Music, Original Song
Alan Menken (music)
Howard Ashman (lyrics)

For the song "Beauty and the Beast". Howard Ashman's nomination and award were posthumous. His ... More

For the song "Beauty and the Beast". Howard Ashman's nomination and award were posthumous. His partner Bill Lauch accepted the award on his behalf.

Best Music, Original Score
Alan Menken
Nominated
Oscar
Best Picture
Don Hahn

Beauty and the Beast (1991) became the very first full-length animated feature film in cinema ... More

Beauty and the Beast (1991) became the very first full-length animated feature film in cinema history to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Best Sound
Terry Porter
Mel Metcalfe
David J. Hudson
Doc Kane
Best Music, Original Song
Alan Menken (music)
Howard Ashman (lyrics)
For the song "Belle". Howard Ashman's nomination was posthumous.
Best Music, Original Song
Alan Menken (music)
Howard Ashman (lyrics)
For the song "Be Our Guest". Howard Ashman's nomination was posthumous.

Golden Globes, USA 1992

Won
Golden Globe
Best Original Score - Motion Picture
Alan Menken
Best Original Song - Motion Picture
Alan Menken (music)
Howard Ashman (lyrics)
For the song "Beauty and the Beast"
Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Original Song - Motion Picture
Alan Menken (music)
Howard Ashman (lyrics)
For the song "Be Our Guest"

BAFTA Awards 1993

Nominated
BAFTA Film Award
Best Original Film Score
Alan Menken
Howard Ashman
Best Special Effects
Randy Fullmer

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1993

Won
ASCAP Award
Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
Howard Ashman
Alan Menken
For the song "Beauty and the Beast".

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2003

Nominated
Saturn Award
Best DVD Classic Film Release
For the Special Edition.

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 1993

Nominated
Saturn Award
Best Fantasy Film
Best Music
Alan Menken

Annie Awards 1992

Won
Annie
Best Animated Feature
Walt Disney Pictures
Outstanding Individual Achievement in the Field of Animation
Glen Keane

BMI Film & TV Awards 1992

Won
BMI Film Music Award
Alan Menken

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 1992

Nominated
CFCA Award
Best Picture

DVD Exclusive Awards 2003

Won
DVD Premiere Award
Best Overall New Extra Features, Library Release
Jeff Kurtti
Brian Johnson
For the platinum edition.
Nominated
DVD Premiere Award
Original Retrospective Documentary, Library Release
Jeff Kurtti

For Tale as Old as Time: The Making of Beauty and the Beast collection of featurettes. For the ... More

For Tale as Old as Time: The Making of Beauty and the Beast collection of featurettes. For the Platinum Edition.

Best Menu Design
For the Platinum Edition.

Golden Screen, Germany 1993

Won
Golden Screen

Grammy Awards 1994

Nominated
Grammy
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
James Galway
For the song "Beauty and the Beast (Movie Version)".

Grammy Awards 1993

Won
Grammy
Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television
Alan Menken
For the instrumental score portion of the soundtrack.
Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television
Howard Ashman
Alan Menken
For the song "Beauty and the Beast".
Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
Céline Dion
Peabo Bryson
For the song "Beauty And The Beast".
Best Recording for Children
Alan Menken (musical score and produced by)
Howard Ashman (lyrics and produced by)
Walter Afanasieff (produced by)
Robert Buchanan (produced by)
David Ogden Stiers (narrated and performed by)
Paige O'Hara (performed by)
Céline Dion (performed by)
Peabo Bryson (performed by)
Robby Benson (performed by)
Angela Lansbury (performed by)
Jerry Orbach (performed by)
Richard White (performed by)
Jesse Corti (performed by)
For the album "Beauty and the Beast (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)".
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
Richard S. Kaufman (music arranged and conducted by)
For the song "Beauty and the Beast".
Nominated
Grammy
Song of the Year
Alan Menken (music)
Howard Ashman (lyrics)
Céline Dion (performer)
Peabo Bryson (performer)
For the song "Beauty and the Beast".
Record of the Year
Céline Dion
Peabo Bryson
Walter Afanasieff (producer)
For the song "Beauty and the Beast".
Album of the Year
Alan Menken (produced by)
Howard Ashman (produced by)
Walter Afanasieff (produced by)
Robert Buchanan (produced by)
David Ogden Stiers (narrated and performed by)
Paige O'Hara (performed by)
Céline Dion (performed by)
Peabo Bryson (performed by)
Robby Benson (performed by)
Angela Lansbury (performed by)
Jerry Orbach (performed by)
Richard White (performed by)
Jesse Corti (performed by)
For the album "Beauty and the Beast (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)".

Hugo Awards 1992

Nominated
Hugo
Best Dramatic Presentation
Kirk Wise (director)
Gary Trousdale (director)
Linda Woolverton (screenplay)
Brenda Chapman (story)
Roger Allers (story)
Chris Sanders (story)
Burny Mattinson (story)
Kevin Harkey (story)
Brian Pimental (story)
Bruce Woodside (story)
Joe Ranft (story)
Tom Ellery (story)
Kelly Asbury (story)
Robert Lence (story)
Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont (based on the story by)

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2010

Nominated
IGN Award
Best Blu-Ray
Three Disc Diamond Edition

Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists 1993

Won
Silver Ribbon
Best Male Dubbing (Migliore Doppiaggio Maschile)
Massimo Corvo
For the voice of Beast.

Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 1991

Won
KCFCC Award
Best Animated Film

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 1991

Won
LAFCA Award
Best Animation
Gary Trousdale
Kirk Wise

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 1992

Won
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Animated Feature

National Board of Review, USA 1991

Won
NBR Award
Special Award for Animation

National Film Preservation Board, USA 2002

Won
National Film Registry

Online Film & Television Association 1997

Won
OFTA Film Hall of Fame
Motion Picture

Satellite Awards 2003

Nominated
Golden Satellite Award
Best Youth DVD

Utah Film Critics Association Awards 1991

Won
UFCA Award
Best Picture
Best Writing, Screenplay - Original/Adapted
Linda Woolverton (animation screenplay)
Roger Allers (animation story)
Brenda Chapman (animation story)
Chris Sanders (animation story)
Burny Mattinson (animation story)
Best Animated Feature Film
Best Original Score
Alan Menken (composer and orchestral score)
Howard Ashman (lyricist)
Howard Ashman's award and nomination was posthumous.
2nd place
UFCA Award
Best Actress
Paige O'Hara
Best Director
Gary Trousdale
Kirk Wise
Tied with John Singleton for Boyz n the Hood (1991).
Nominated
UFCA Award
Best Actor
Robby Benson
Best Supporting Actor
Richard White

Young Artist Awards 1993

Won
Special Award
Outstanding Family Entertainment of the Year

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