pointsofellipsis edited the table of contents of Tale as Old as Time (The Art and Making of Beauty and the Beast) Thursday, April 14, 2011.
I. True as It Can BeThe origins of the original story.
II. Ever Just the Same/Ever a SurpriseDisney on the rebound after the 1984 change in management.
III. Finding You Can Change/Learning You Were WrongThe initial version of the film.
IV. Both a Little Scared/Neither One PreparedKirk Wise and Gary Trousdale become directors of a new interpretation.
V. Tune as Old as SongHoward Ashman and Alan Menken make the film a musical.
VI. True That He's No Prince CharmingCreating the characters.
VII. There Must Be More Than This Provincial LifeCreating a world for the story.
VIII. Bittersweet and StrangeCompleting the film, and the death of Howard Ashman.
IX. Who'd Have Ever Thought/That This Could Be?Beauty and the Beast comes to the stage.
X. Just a Little Change/Small, to Say the LeastBeauty and the Beast in IMAX and in 3-D.
XI. With a Dreamy Far-Off Look/And Her Nose Stuck in a BookAcknowledgements, bibliography, and index.