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Background information
Feature films Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
Short films
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Paul Reubens
Performance model
Inspiration Harmony Smurf
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names Fifey, little toot
Personality Nice, Shy, Nervous, Silly, Idiot, Kind, Foolish, Clumsy, Timid, Good-Hearted
Appearance Small piccolo with golden and brown colors and a hat-like pallet on his head
Occupation Maestro
Alignment Bad/neutral, later good
Goal To help Forte in preventing the Beast from falling in love with Belle (formerly)
To support the residents of the castle
Home Beast's Castle
Allies Forte (formerly), Beast, Belle, Cogsworth, Lumiere, Mrs. Potts, Chip, Angelique
Minions other instruments
Enemies Forte, Belle (formerly), Beast (formerly)
Likes Having a solo of his own, being maestro, Belle
Dislikes Fake promises, betrayal
Powers and abilities
Fate Becomes the new music composer after the death of Forte.
Quote "Maestro! Stop! What do you think you're doing?"
"I'll tell ya what I see! A big old windbag!"
"My solo! It's blank!"
"Oh, but Maestro, she's so nice!"

Fife is a piccolo, one of Beast's servants, and a minor antagonist (later a minor protagonist) from Disney's 1997 film Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas, midquel to the 1991 film Beauty and the Beast.


When the piccolo is introduced around the beginning of "Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas", he is shown to be a bit of a kissup to Forte the pipe organ and cheerfully applauds Forte's gloomy melodies. Fife accommodates Forte's rules, only to one day have his own music solo, which Forte had promised him. Throughout the movie, he appears more of a nuisance to the main characters as well as an idiot and a trouble maker. He also is shown to "fawn" over Belle from time to time. Despite his mischivous antics, Fife has a warm-hearted personality and ends up rooting for Belle and the Beast at the end, giving the Beast information on how to defeat Forte, and eventually, lives his dream of having a music solo.


Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas

Fife is a resident of the castle. When the Enchantress curses the Beast, he is transformed into a piccolo. He is tricked by Forte into trying to sabotage the relationship under the promise of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 15 in B-flat . Fife lures Belle into Forte's room for him to tell Belle where a suitable Christmas tree is located. However, shortly after she leaves, Forte tells Fife to follow her to the tree (presumably so he can cause the ice to break with his sound). Fife later regrets this action and decides to help Belle and Beast mend their relationship. Forte decides to destroy the castle, and Fife tries to stop Forte. Forte reveals that he never intended to give him Mozart's concerto (via expelling blank note sheets). No longer loyal to Forte, Fife tells the Beast that Forte's power comes from the keyboard, and Beast uses this knowledge to kill Forte. In the ending of the movie (taking place in the present), Fife takes over Forte's job as the court composer of the castle and finally gets to perform a solo, as he's always wanted.



  • It could be indicated that Fife had a secret crush on Belle since he acted very shy to her.
  • The word "fife" is another word for "flute."
  • In the first movie, Fife is never revealed, however there is a man standing on the far left bottom corner who resembles him.
  • Paul Reubens did all the flute sound effects.
  • There is a man resembling him performing with a small orchestra at the wedding of Belle and the Prince in an illustration for the Disney Princesses book Royal Weddings.

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Films: Beauty and the Beast | The Enchanted Christmas | Belle's Magical World | Beauty and the Beast (2017 film)
Television: Sing Me a Story with Belle | Belle's Tales of Friendship | House of Mouse
Books: The Beast Within: A Tale of Beauty's Prince | Marvel Comics | The New Adventures of Beauty and the Beast | Time Flies! | Sittin' Pretty! | Tale as Old as Time: The Art and Making of Beauty and the Beast | Classic Storybook | Disney's Wonderful World of Reading | Golden Look-Look Book | Golden Sight 'n' Sound Book | Little Golden Book
Games: Beauty and the Beast (video game) | Belle's Quest | Roar of the Beast | A Board Game Adventure | Kingdom Hearts II | Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days | Disney Infinity | Disney Infinity: 2.0 Edition
Music: Beauty and the Beast (Original Soundtrack)

Disney Parks

Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage | Be Our Guest Restaurant | Enchanted Tales with Belle | Animazment - The Musical | The Golden Mickeys


Original: Belle | Beast | Lumière | Cogsworth | Mrs. Potts | Chip Potts | Chef Bouche | Villagers | Maurice | Philippe | Gaston | LeFou | Bimbettes | Sultan | Wardrobe | Fifi | Enchantress | Monsieur D'Arque | Wolves | Music Box | Gaston's buddies | Pierre | Palanquin
Enchanted Christmas: Angelique | Forte | Fife
Belle's Magical World: Webster | Crane | Le Plume | Witherspoon | Chandeleria
Deleted Characters: Clarice | Marguerite | Belle's sisters | Belle's suitors
Comic and Storybook Characters: Countess de la Perle | Thunder |


Original: Prologue: Beauty and the Beast | Belle | Gaston | Be Our Guest | Something There | Human Again | Beauty and the Beast | The Mob Song
Broadway: No Matter What | Me | Home | How Long Must This Go On? | If I Can't Love Her | Maison Des Lunes | A Change in Me
Enchanted Christmas: Stories | As Long As There's Christmas | Don't Fall in Love
Belle's Magical World: A Little Thought | Listen With Our Hearts


Beast's Castle | Library | Belle's Cottage | Village | Ballroom | The Black Forest | Tavern | The West Wing


The Enchanted Rose | Enchanted Mirror | Maurice's Machine

See Also

Beauty and the Beast (musical) | Disney Renaissance

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