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'Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World'
(Animation / DVD / G / 2003 (2011) / Disney)

Overview: She found love in the most unlikely of places, and now the beautiful Princess Belle will learn the value of friendship as she and the castle's enchanted inhabitants form a special bond in the second sequel to the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast.

DVD Verdict: 'Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Magical World' is a Disney DVD re-release of the 1997 Disney animated film based on the 1991 Oscar-winning film of the same name. In this story, which takes place in-between the events of the full-length movie.

Belle and the Beast learns to get along and helps with the Beast's volatile temper, also, Luminere, Cogsworth and the rest of the gang organize a party to cheer up Mrs. Potts.

In truth, the stories are cute and it gives us a little insight into what Belles life was like in the castle, those months that she was there.

The special features includes an episode of the 1995 live-action Disney series Sing Me a Story with Belle, interactive games, and trailers for upcoming Disney favorites like Brave, Treasure Buddies and Prep and Landing.

In closing, and to my mind, 'Belle's Magical World' is the best way for any Disney fan to spend time with the most spirited Disney Princess ever! This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.66:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.