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What does Gaston say in Beauty and the Beast?

Gaston : Say you’ll marry me! Belle : I’m very sorry, Gaston but but I just don’t deserve you! Gaston : [to Belle about the Beast] If I didn’t know better, I’d think you had feelings for this monster. Belle : He’s no monster Gaston.

Who wrote the song Gaston from Beauty and the Beast?

Howard Ashman

What happened to Gaston Beauty and the Beast?

Ungrateful and unrepentant, Gaston stabs the Beast in the back when he sees him embracing Belle, but loses his balance when the Beast swings his arm backwards at him; consequently, Gaston falls to his death.

What is the famous line from Beauty and the Beast?

Beauty and the Beast Quotes. Belle: I want much more than this provincial life. Belle: I want much more than this provincial life. Belle: I want adventure in the great, wide somewhere.

How many eggs did Gaston eat?

He’d never, in short, be able to maintain his barge-like body. Most disturbingly, Gaston claims he eats these five dozen eggs “every morning,” i.e., for breakfast. Were he actually to do this in one sitting, his stomach would likely burst. The average stomach can hold about 32 ounces, maximum.

Who sang Gaston in animated Beauty and the Beast?

Richard White
“Gaston” (from the character of Gaston) is a song from the 1991 Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast. A short reprise is performed later in the musical. It is sung by Jesse Corti and Richard White in their voice roles of Le Fou and Gaston, respectively.

Does Gaston get killed?

In order to protect the kingdoms, Belle finally agrees reluctantly to marry Gaston. As stated above, he is later killed by Rumplestiltskin when he tried to rescue Belle from the Dark Castle. After his death, Gaston grew further villainous, as the circumstances of his death caused him to blame Belle for his death.

What does Princess Tiana say?

“The only way to get what you want in this world is through hard work.” -Tiana, ‘The Princess And The Frog’. 9. “It serves me right for wishing on stars.”