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The poem is called "A Crystal Forest", written by William Sharp. The text of the poem is as follows: The air is blue and keen and cold, With snow the roads and fields are white But here the forest's clothed with light And in a shining sheath enrolled. Each branch, each twig, each blade of grass, Seems clad miraculously with glass: Above the ice-...


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Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) starts with the mountain that is shown in the Paramount Logo. The other Indiana Jones films use the same technique. In Temple of Doom (1984) the logo dissolves into an image of a mountain cast in a gong. In The Last Crusade (1989) the logo dissolves into a rock formation in the desert. In Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (...


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It's a moment that comes from the original animated film. Basically, Mrs Potts fancies Maurice, and lets him know it with a look. Maurice's double-take is him going (in his mind), "Mrs Potts seems to like me... wait, what?!" It was a little more obvious in the original animation, with the look being one of mutual appreciation. A lot of people picked up ...


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The object mentioned and seen in this picture is a baroque ceramic oven used for heating. See more pictures of similar objects e.g. here: "Antique" ovens on Pinterest.


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It's never mentioned in the movie, and no time frame (other than it having been about 10 years) is given; so no one can say for sure. Furthermore, it's an enchanted rose that lives considerably longer than a normal rose would, so it could have been created to decay at a very specific rate (set by the enchantress). That being said, assuming the rose mimics ...


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The cursed people turned castle objects are magical to begin with. No additional supernatural powers have been detected to my knowledge. Although, I do notice some interesting scenes throughout the movie that provoke that way of thinking. Chip uses his saucer as some sort of surfboard that help him maneuver around. Lumiere can relight himself. The feather-...


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The wolves are no longer a threat after their confrontation with Belle and the Beast. Hurt and injured by a stronger opponent, they ran away and likely wouldn't attack again.


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He yelled because he was afraid. But he still cares about Belle at this point. He's being prideful and let's her go. But he's sitting on a high point of the castle which gives him the view of the entire forest and can see her the entire way. He was able to see her in danger and ran towards her. Also the forest is magical so reality of distance isn't an ...


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