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Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas is a Direct to Video Midquel to the Disney Animated Canon hit Beauty and the Beast. This film takes place around the Christmas season in the middle of the events of the first film.

Here, a few new characters are introduced, such as the villain, Forte, who is an organ, and his music has been the only thing keeping the Beast happy, or at least not as sad, since the curse. Forte therefore actually wants to remain under the curse, as he didn't really have any significance in the castle before then.

Belle arriving, naturally, is a threat to his plans, and he uses his lackey, Fife, to try to break Belle and the Beast apart. In the meantime, Belle wants to make plans for Christmas, even though the Beast is against it, since that is the day the enchantress cursed him and the castle.

Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas provides examples of the following tropes:


 Forte: Oh, it's just a little opera... (hits a few keys, the room shakes and dust falls from the ceiling) bring the house down.


 Forte: So, Beast gets girl and it's a happy ending for everyone. Enchantment lifted and Forte fades into the background, no longer important, no longer needed. ...I! THINK! NOT!

  • The Renfield: Fife
  • Shoot the Dog: The Beast pretty much kills Forte when he goes completely, irreversibly nuts.
  • Smug Snake: Forte. His human form even looks reptilian.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Arguably, Forte. His obsession with Beast and desire to drive off any competition comes across more and more like a jilted lover as the movie goes on.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Forte goes absolutely nuts at the climax of the film because he thinks that he's no longer important.
  • Villain Song: Forte has "Don't Fall In Love".
  • Writers Cannot Do Math: As noted, this wreaks havoc on the original film's already debated timeline.
  • Yandere: Forte