Beauty and the Lion (final revised)


  • Harumi (Ninjago) as Belle
  • Simba (The Lion King) as Beast
  • Lloyd Garmadon (Ninjago) as Prince Adam
  • Kermit (The Muppets) as Lumiere
  • Fat Blue (Sesame Street) as Cogsworth
  • Dory (Finding Nemo) as Mrs. Potts
  • Nemo (Finding Nemo) as Chip
  • Miss Piggy (The Muppets) as Fifi
  • Ellie (Ice Age) as Wardrobe
  • Carpet (Aladdin) as Sultan
  • Boga (Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith) as Phillipe
  • Prince Charming (Shrek 2) as Gaston
  • The Joker (Batman) as LeFou
  • Skylor, PIXAL & Nya (Ninjago) as The Silly Girls
  • Ebony Maw (Avengers: Infinity War) as Monsieur D'Arque
  • Tony Stark (Iron Man) as Maurice
  • Galadriel (The Lord of the Rings) as the Enchantress
  • Uruk Hais (The Lord of the Rings) as Wolves
  • Witch (Into the Woods) as the Old Woman
  • the Knights of the Round Table (Monty Python and the Holy Grail) as Gaston's Men
  • Citizens of Springfield (The Simpsons) and Citizens of Skid Row (Little Shop of Horrors) as the Villagers
  • General Grievous (Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith) as the Stove
  • Various Muppets, Smurfs, & "Lion King" Lionesses as various servants
  • Qui-Gon Jinn (Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace) as the baker
  • Old Ben Kenobi (Star Wars) as book shop owner
  • Han Solo (Star Wars) as Human Lumiere
  • Uncle Vernon (Harry Potter) as Human Cogsworth
  • Molly Weasley (Harry Potter) as Human Mrs. Potts
  • Little Ron Weasley (Harry Potter) as Human Chip


  • part 1 - Prologue
  • part 2 - "Harumi"
  • part 3 - Harumi Meets Prince Charming & Joker
  • part 4 - Tony Stark's Invention
  • part 5 - Tony Gets Lost
  • part 6 - Tony Comes Upon a Castle
  • part 7 - The Proposal/"Strike up the Band"
  • part 8 - Harumi Arrives at the Haunted Castle
  • part 9 - Harumi's New Room
  • part 10 - "Prince Charming"
  • part 11 - Harumi Meets Dory, Nemo, and Ellie
  • part 12 - Stubbornness
  • part 13 - Harumi Leaves Her Room/Meeting Kermit and Fat Blue
  • part 14 - "Be Our Guest"
  • part 15 - Exploring the West Wing/Harumi Finds the Forbidden Rose
  • part 16 - Harumi Runs Off/Simba battles the Uruk-Hais
  • part 17 - Prince Charming Plans a Scheme with Loki
  • part 18 - A Surprise For Harumi/"Something There"
  • part 19 - Cleaning the Castle/"Human Again"
  • part 20 - A Romantic Evening/"Beauty and the Beast"
  • part 21 - Simba Set Harumi Free
  • part 22 - Prince Charming's Evil Plan in Action/"Kill the Beast"
  • part 23 - Battle in a Castle
  • part 24 - Simba vs. Prince Charming
  • part 25 - Transformation/Happy Ending
  • part 26 - End Credits


Galadriel, an enchantress disguised as a beggar woman arrives at a French castle and offers Lloyd, a cruel and selfish prince a rose in return for shelter. When he refuses, she reveals her true identity. To punish Lloyd for his lack of compassion, the enchantress metamorphoses him into a huge ferocious lion (Simba) and his servants into household objects. She casts a spell on the rose and warns Simba that the spell will only be broken if he learns to love another and earn her love in return before the last petal falls in his 21st year, or else he will remain a lion forever.

Years later, in a nearby village, a beautiful, book-loving and an independent-minded girl named Harumi dreams of adventure and wants more than the little village can offer. She is seen as an outsider by the villagers. Despite her oddness, her beauty attracts the attentions of Prince Charming, a handsome but ill-mannered and narcissistic prince whose advances she has to brush off, as well as his bumbling sidekick Gargamel. On his way to a fair to showcase his latest invention (an automatic wood-chopper), Belle's father and eccentric inventor Tony Stark, gets lost in the forest and seeks refuge in Simba's castle, but Simba imprisons him for trespassing. When Tony's varactyl returns without him, Harumi ventures out in search of him, and finds him locked in the castle dungeon. The Beast agrees to let her take Tony's place.

Belle befriends the castle's royal servants: Kermit the Frog, Fat Blue the grumpy man puppet, Mrs. Dory the blue tang, and her son Nemo, the clown-fish; they invite her to a spectacular dinner. When she wanders into the forbidden west wing and finds the rose, the enraged Simba scares her into fleeing the castle. In the woods, she is ambushed by a pack of Uruk-Hai, but Simba rescues her and is injured in the process. As Harumi nurses his wounds, a friendship develops between them, they become close and even get close to falling in love. Meanwhile, Tony returns to the village and fails to convince the townsfolk of Harumi's predicament. Hearing Danny's complaints about Simba, Charming hatches a plan: He bribes Monsieur Ebony Maw, the warden of the town's insane asylum to have Tony locked up as a lunatic. Harumi, with none to support her, would then have no choice but to marry Charming. Before they can act, however, Tony leaves for the castle to attempt a rescue alone.

After sharing a romantic dance with Simba, Harumi discovers her father cussing and collapsing in the woods using a magic mirror. Simba releases her to save Danny, giving her the mirror as a remembrance. After Harumi takes her father to the village, an angry mob led by Prince Charming, Gargamel and Ebony Maw arrive to arrest Tony. Trying to prove Tony's sanity, Harumi uses the mirror to reveal Simba to the townsfolk. Realizing that Harumi loves Simba, Charming has her thrown into the basement with her father. He rallies the villagers to follow him to the castle to slay Simba. With the help of Nemo (who had arrived at their house as a stowaway) and Tony's DeLorean Time machine, Tony & Harumi escape, and then rush back to the castle.

During the battle, Simba's servants fend off the villagers and Gargamel. Prince Charming attacks Simba in his tower, who is too heartbroken from Belle's departure to fight back, but regains his spirit upon seeing Belle return. He defeats Charming but spares his life before reuniting with Harumi. However, Charming stabs Simba with a lightsaber and falls to his death after losing his footing. Simba dies in Harumi's arms before the last petal falls. Harumi tearfully professes her love to Simba and the spell is undone, reviving Simba and restoring his human form along with all his servants and his castle. Lloyd and Harumi host a ball for the kingdom, where they dance happily.


  • The Rose was replaced by the Triwizard Cup from Harry Potter 4
  • Maurice's invention was replaced by The DeLorean Car from Back to the Future
  • Most of Philipe's sounds are replaced by Boga's
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