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La belle et la bête
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  • Philip Glass composed an opera perfectly synchronized to "La Belle et la bĂȘte" that serves as alternative soundtrack on the 2003 Criterion Collection DVD, although it was meant for live performances -- with the film projected behind the ensemble -- and it was not part of the film's original release, nor any of the subsequent television showings. The libretto is all of the film's dialog sung verbatim, synchronized with the on-screen lip movements.


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