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Beauty and the Beast 3D Review

Beauty and the Beast definitely ranks among Disney’s top animated movies of all time! And now it’s available on Blu-Ray 3D on October 4! Find out if the Beat looks beastlier and Belle looks more beautiful in 3D right here on Kidzworld! Back to Article

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leosun78
leosun78 wrote:
2011-10-01 13:19:02 -0700

i love it lol smile

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Persefinie
Persefinie wrote:
2011-09-27 15:00:50 -0700

this movie is probably one of my favorite classics! it rules! belle furveva!

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Jordan
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Jordan wrote:
2011-09-27 10:05:35 -0700

I love Belle!

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