9 Beauty And The Beast Questions That Still Need Answers

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Hear me out: when Belle and the Beast are transported to Paris via that enchanted book, they find themselves in the “crumbling, dusty attic” where Belle lived with her parents as an infant. She discovers old drawings of herself as a baby, as well as a rattle shaped like a rose. Meanwhile, the Beast spots a plague doctor’s mask (bone-white, long, and beaked). In a flashback, we see Belle’s dying mother kiss the baby rattle and tell Maurice to take Belle someplace safe, somewhere away from her. Later in the film, when Belle returns to her poor provincial town to save her father from Gaston’s mob, it’s revealed that she swiped the baby rattle — the same one her dead mom kissed with her plague-infected mouth!! — on that time-travel trip to give to her dad as a keepsake.

So, did Belle just give everyone in her town the plague?! The answer is no, of course she didn’t. The plague is a bacterial infection, and bacteria can’t really grow on metal. There’s no possibility her mother’s germs would still be active on that rattle after 20 years of collecting dust. But Belle’s dad should probably wash it first.

Hear me out: when Belle and the Beast are transported to Paris via that enchanted book, they find themselves in the “crumbling, dusty attic” where Belle lived with her parents as an infant. She discovers old drawings of herself as a baby, as well as a rattle shaped like a rose. Meanwhile, the Beast spots a plague doctor’s mask (bone-white, long, and beaked). In a flashback, we see Belle’s dying mother kiss the baby rattle and tell Maurice to take Belle someplace safe, somewhere away from her. Later in the film, when Belle returns to her poor provincial town to save her father from Gaston’s mob, it’s revealed that she swiped the baby rattle — the same one her dead mom kissed with her plague-infected mouth!! — on that time-travel trip to give to her dad as a keepsake.

So, did Belle just give everyone in her town the plague?! The answer is no, of course she didn’t. The plague is a bacterial infection, and bacteria can’t really grow on metal. There’s no possibility her mother’s germs would still be active on that rattle after 20 years of collecting dust. But Belle’s dad should probably wash it first.

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9 Beauty And The Beast Questions That Still Need Answers

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