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Villain Overview

I'll have Belle for my wife. Make no mistake about that.
~ Gaston vowing to marry Belle by force.
The Beast will make off with your children. He'll come after them in the night. We're not safe 'till his head is mounted on my wall. I say we kill the Beast!
~ Gaston convincing the town to help him murder the Beast
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It’s over, Beast. Belle is mine.
~ Gaston's most famous quote, stating his intent to marry Belle during his fight with the Beast.

Gaston LeGume, also best known by his first name Gaston, is the main antagonist of Disney's 30th full-length animated feature film Beauty and the Beast (which is based on the 1756 French fairytale of the same name by the late Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont), and its 2017 live action adaptation of the same name. He is also one of the supporting antagonists in Mickey's House of Villains.

He’s a treacherous, chauvinistic, egotistical, deceptive and conceited hunter from Belle's village, who was after her hand in marriage by any means necessary (regardless what she thinks about his offer). He is Belle and the Beast's arch-nemesis.

In the original 1991 film, he was voiced by Richard White. In the musical, he was portrayed by Burke Moses. In the 2017 live action film, he was portrayed by Luke Evans, who previously played Owen Shaw in the Fast & Furious franchise and Driver in No One Lives.

Personality

He's handsome, all right, and rude and conceited and...Oh, Papa, he's not for me.
~ Belle commenting to Maurice about Gaston's chauvinistic nature.

Gaston happens to be a handsome and muscular hunter, and he certainly likes to brag of his abilities toward others for pleasure in the first place. However, beneath his charming looks is an extremely rude, impatient, manipulative and narcissistic person who is ready to appeal to his own ego by any means necessary.

He’s very conservative and narrow-minded to the extent that he disapproves intellectualism as he regards ideas as "dangerous pastimes"; he is also extremely misogynistic and lascivious, as he believes that ladies’ sole purpose in life is to serve and obey men. Because of his charming looks, he is well-respected in the village as he was able to rouse up a mob to assist him with slaughtering the Beast, although it was clear that he cared nothing for the villagers in general as he was using them all as pawns to justify his own needs.

He is also shown to be completely lustful and provocative towards Belle, as he plans to marry her because of her beautiful looks as opposed to her nonconformist and unconventional personality. Even when Belle made it clear that she doesn’t feel like being with Gaston (with LeFou pointing out that the different ladies in the village are quite fond of Gaston), the latter still wants to marry Belle to satisfy his own ego, proving to be quite regardless of her feelings or anybody else's. He even feels extremely possessive and jealous after learning that Belle has feelings for the Beast, which only incites him in hunting down the Beast so that he can have Belle for himself. He is also very abusive, insulting, vituperative, uncomplimentary and quarrelsome towards LeFou and his four buddies, as he would subject them to pain and suffering whenever things go wrong (even if it is not their fault).

Despite his anti-intellectualism, Gaston is also shown to be very rational and knowledgeable, as he can come up with clever plans to get what he wants, such as throwing Belle's father Maurice into the local asylum in order to blackmail Belle into marriage, as well as manipulating the villagers into assisting him with slaughtering the Beast in case his plan would fail. In spite of his brilliance, Gaston can also be quite spontaneous and impulsive, as shown when he tried to grope Belle by menacingly cornering her announcing "Say you'll marry me", before attempting to kiss her, which forced a disgusted Belle to throw him out of her house in retaliation. In addition, he is extremely devious, reckless and passionate, as shown during the climax when he took his chance to fatally ambush the Beast without assessing any perilous risks, which ultimately led to his own demise. This, along with his superior experience, resulted in him doing well against the Beast despite the latter's strength.

Reception

Gaston is considered one of Disney's most popular villains. He’s ranked #11 in an official poll, and the Nostalgia Critic placed him as the 5th best Disney villain, citing him as being different from most other Disney villains in that he was not evil from the start. Fans on the Internet often jokingly idolize him similar to how the townspeople do in the movie, giving birth to the "No one (X) like Gaston" meme, and the "Gaston" song is a very popular source for YouTube Poop in particular.

Quotes

1991 film

How can you read this? There are no pictures. (Belle: Well, someone has to use their own imagination.) Belle, it's about time you got your head out of those books and paid attention to more important things, like me. The whole town's talking about it. It's not right for a woman to read, first she starts getting ideas and thinking... (Belle: Gaston, you are positively primeval.) Why thank you, Belle.
~ Gaston makes a terrible attempt to woo Belle.
This is the day your dreams come true. (Belle: What do you know about my dreams, Gaston?) Plenty. Picture this: A rustic hunting lodge, my latest kill roasting on the fire, and my little wife massaging my feet, while the little ones play on the floor with the dogs. We'll have six or seven. (Belle: Dogs?) No, Belle. Strapping boys like me. (Belle: Imagine that.) And do you know who that little wife will be? (Belle: Let me think...) You, Belle. (Belle: Gaston, I'm..... speechless. I really don't know what to say.) Say you'll marry me. (Belle: I'm very sorry, Gaston, but.... but..... I just don't deserve you.)
~ Gaston making his wedding proposal to Belle (to no avail).
Who does she think she is? That girl has tangled with the wrong man. No one says no to Gaston. (LeFou: Darn right.) Dismissed, rejected, publicly humiliated... why it's more than I can bear. (LeFou: More beer?) What for? Nothing helps. I'm disgraced. (LeFou: Who? You? Never. Gaston, you've got to pull yourself together.)
~ Gaston fuming over his failed wedding proposal to Belle.
It's like this: I got my heart set on marrying Belle. But she needs a little.... persuasion. (LeFou: Turned him down flat.) Everyone knows her father's a lunatic. He was in here tonight raving about a beast in a castle. (D'Arque: Maurice is harmless.) The point is... Belle would do anything to keep him from being locked up.
~ Gaston forming a plan to blackmail Belle into marrying him.
They have to come back sometime. And when they do, we'll be ready for them. LeFou, don't move from that spot until Belle and her father come home.
~ Gaston telling LeFou to stay at Belle's house to wait for Belle and Maurice's return.
Poor Belle, it's a shame about your father. (Belle: You know he's not crazy, Gaston.) I think I might be able to clear up this little misunderstanding.... if..... (Belle: If what?) ..... if you marry me. (Belle: What?) One little world, Belle. That's all it takes. (Belle: Never.) Have it your way.
~ Gaston trying to blackmail Belle into marrying him as Maurice is about to be taken away to the asylum.
If I didn't know better, I'd think you had feelings for this monster. (Belle: He's no monster, Gaston. You are.) She's as crazy as the old man.
~ Gaston snapping at Belle after learning that she's in love with the Beast.
The Beast will make off with your children. He'll come after them in the night. (Belle: No.) We're not safe 'til his head is mounted on my wall. I say we kill the Beast.
~ Gaston rallying the villagers to kill the Beast.
Kill the Beast. (Belle: No. I won't let you do this.) If you're not with us, you're against us. Bring the old man. (Maurice: Get your hands off me.) We can't have them running off to warn the creature. (Belle: Let us out.) We'll rid the village of this beast. Who's with me?
~ Gaston as he locks Belle and her father in their house.
We'll lay siege to the castle and bring back his head.
~ Gaston leads the townspeople to ambush the Beast's castle.
Take whatever booty you can find, but remember... The Beast is mine.
~ Gaston encourages the townspeople to raid the Beast's castle under the condition that he alone will kill the Beast.
Get up. Get up. What's the matter, Beast? Too kind and gentle to fight back?
~ Gaston torments the Beast.
Come on out and fight. Were you in love with her, Beast? Did you honestly think she'd want you when she had someone like me?
~ Gaston mocks the Beast.
It's over, Beast. Belle is mine. (Gaston gets knocked down by the Beast, who holds him up on the roof over the moat) Let me go. Let me go. Please, don't hurt me. I'll do anything. Anything.
~ Gaston's last words before his death.

2017 film

Look at her, LeFou. My future wife..... Belle is the most beautiful girl in the village, and that makes her the best.
~ Gaston to LeFou about Belle.
For your dinner table, shall I join you this evening?
~ Gaston presenting Belle with a bouquet of flowers and asking her out on a date which Belle turns down due to his inappropriate and offensive behavior.
It's outrageously attractive, isn't it?
~ Gaston remarking to LeFou about how attractive Belle is.
You are the wildest, most gorgeous thing I've ever seen. Nobody deserves you. But at least I know our children will be beautiful.
~ Gaston admiring himself through a mirror.
I'm not done with you yet.
~ Gaston to his reflection on the mirror.
Belle, I heard you had trouble with the headmaster. He never liked me either. Can I give you a little advice about the villagers, though? They are never going to trust the kind of change you're trying to bring.
~ Gaston telling Belle the villagers will never trust Belle's change of teaching a kid to read.
The only children you should concern yourself with are... your own.
~ Gaston telling Belle she should start concerning more with her own future kids.
Oh, Belle. Do you know what happens to spinsters in these villages after their fathers die? (pointing at a beggar woman) They beg for scraps like poor Agatha.
~ Gaston warning Belle she will end up as a beggar woman after her father dies at last if she doesn't marry him.
Picture it, LeFou. A rustic cabin, my latest kill roasting on the fire, adorable children running around, just as my love rubs my tired feet. And what does Belle say? "I will never marry you, Gaston". (LeFou: You know, there are other girls.) A great hunter doesn't waste his time on rabbits.
~ Gaston ranting about his unsuccessful marriage proposal to Belle before not paying careful attention to LeFou's advice to charm the other village girls.
I'll help, Maurice. (Maurice: You will?) Everybody, stop making fun of this man at once.
~ Gaston offering to "help" Maurice to rescue Belle from the Beast.
If you say "Beast" one more time, I will feed you to the wolves.
~ Gaston threatening Maurice to leave him to the wolves if he says Beast one more time.
If Maurice won't give me his blessing, then he is in my way. Once the wolves have finished with him, Belle will have no one to take care of her but me.
~ Gaston planning to slaughter Maurice by leaving him to be fed by the wolves.
There are no such things as beasts, or talking teacups, or magic. But there are wolves, frostbite and starvation.
~ Gaston disbelieving Maurice's claim about the Beast.
Agathe? You'd hang your accusations on the testimony of a filthy hag? No offense, Agathe.
~ Gaston's disbelief on Agathe saving Maurice.
This is sorcery.
~ Gaston stealing the Magic Mirror after Belle reveals the Beast's existence to the villagers.
The monster has her under a spell. If I didn't know better, I say she even care for him.
~ Gaston mocking Belle, as she would prefer a "monster" over him before Belle tells Gaston that he is the real monster, not the Beast.
We can't have them running off to warn the Beast, lock her up too.
~ Gaston before ordering Monsieur D' Arque to lock Belle in the wagon in order to prevent her from warning the Beast.
This creature will curse us all if we don't stop him. Well, I say we kill the Beast.
~ Gaston encouraging the villagers into helping him slaughter the Beast.
Sorry, old friend. It's hero time.
~ Gaston after he double-crosses LeFou by using him as a human shield to defend himself from the Beast's servants.
Hello, Beast. I'm Gaston. Belle sent me. Were you in love with her? Did you honestly think she'd want you?
~ Gaston encounters a depressed Beast before shooting him with a pistol, yet not after tormenting him into believing the Beast into telling him Belle sent him there to kill him.
When we return to the village, you will marry me, and that Beast's head will hang on our wall.
~ Gaston furiously vowing to force Belle to marry him after killing the Beast.
I'm coming for you, Beast.
~ Gaston to the Beast before fighting with him.
Don't let me go. Please, I'll do anything. Don't hurt me, Beast.
~ Gaston's last words moments before falling off the castle to his demise as he attempts to kill the Beast one last time.

Trivia

  • In early drafts, he was known as Gaston LeGume; his original last name came from the French word "legume", which means "vegetable" in French.
  • Gaston was created for the film and does not appear in the original fairytale Disney based the film on. In fact, Beauty's sisters (who were cut from the film) are the antagonists of the original fairytale.
    • Gaston was instead directly inspired by an antagonist alongside Belle's siblings in Jean Cocteau's 1946 fantasy film adaptation of the original story, named "Avenant", who is a friend of Belle's brother. At the end of the film, he is punished by the Roman goddess Diana to take on the form of the Beast when Belle and the Beast profess their love for each other.
    • Ironically, in a planned sequel for the 1991 film, Gaston would've had a younger brother, Avenant, who would've tried to avenge Gaston by attempting to ruin the lives of Belle and the Prince, and eventually kill them, before meeting his death at the hands of the Prince.
  • He is ranked #11 in the Top 30 Disney Villains.
  • Gaston was going to be voiced by Rupert Everett, the same actor who also played Doctor Claw in the 1999 live action film adaptation of Inspector Gadget by Walt Disney Pictures, and voiced Prince Charming in the two DreamWorks films Shrek 2 and Shrek the Third. However, Everett was turned down because he did not sound arrogant enough, something that he would later keep in mind when voicing Prince Charming.
    • Donny Osmond and the late Patrick Swayze were both considered for the role of Gaston before Richard White was cast. Osmond would later go onto play Gaston in the stage version of Beauty and the Beast and provide the singing voice for Li Shang in Mulan.
  • The animators researched high school and college jock stereotypes to create Gaston's menacing and arrogant mannerisms.
  • Gaston acts as a foil to the Beast, as they are both egotistical men who want to have Belle for selfish reasons (the Beast wants Belle to help break his curse while Gaston wants her as his trophy wife). However, the Beast proves himself to be capable of change, compassion and courage as he is willing to ensure Belle's happiness and safety (such as saving her from a wolf pack, giving her a library, and letting her go to help her father), which allowed him to earn her love to break his curse. On the other hand, Gaston refuses to change his ways out of his own arrogance and prefers to use dirty tricks to get what he wants, making himself far more evil than the Beast. Gaston serves as an example of what the Beast would become if he had never met the Enchantress and Belle.
  • Gaston was not present in Kingdom Hearts II, despite being the main antagonist of Beauty and the Beast. Xaldin, a member of Organization XIII, serves as this world's main antagonist and reprises the role of Forte.
    • However, Gaston finally debuted in the Kingdom Hearts series in Kingdom Hearts chi.
  • Originally, Gaston was going to say to The Beast: "It's over Beast! Time to die!". However, this was changed, because it was slightly out of character, as Gaston is attempting to kill the Beast so that he can have Belle for himself.
    • When he says "Belle is mine!", Gaston instead syncs his lips to "Time to die!", implying that the filmmakers changed the line late in development.
  • In two mockbusters of the Disney version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, namely the Golden Films version and The Secret of the Hunchback, the respective main villains are clearly based off of Gaston, especially the Golden Films version.
  • Though Gaston persuaded the villagers to hunt the Beast by lying that he was a threat to the entire village (even though the Beast only left his castle twice to rescue Belle from a wolf pack and a lake of thin ice), Gaston ultimately decided to deal with the Beast himself, likely due to seeing him as a rival for Belle's affections and the villagers would potentially discover the Beast's peaceful nature if they discovered him before Gaston.
  • During his fall off of the castle, skulls can briefly be seen in the pupils of his eyes, firmly implying that he did not survive the fall. This can only be seen in the Gallery page.
  • During the production of the 1991 film, there were several alternative versions to Gaston's death:
    • After wounding the Beast, Gaston fell from the castle into the woods, where he has survived with a broken leg. However, he is confronted by several wolves who previously pursued Maurice and Belle. Without hesitation, the wolves close in on Gaston and mauled him to death. This scene was removed for being too horrific, but was later reused for the death of Scar in The Lion King (the wolves were replaced by Shenzi, Banzai, Ed, and the Hyena Clan). Ironically, the original version of Scar's death, in which he defeated Simba, and thew him off of Pride Rock before being engulfed in flame was scrapped for the same reason.
    • The earliest version of Gaston's death had differences with the above mentioned version. In this version, Gaston and Beast fight in the woods, and Beast gets shot by Gaston. Having witnessed the event, a furious Belle kills Gaston by violently throwing a rock at his head, causing him to fall over a cliff to his death. Again, this has similarities with The Lion King in which the hero (Simba and Belle) throws the villain (Gaston and Scar) off a cliff where they meet their demise. However, this was rewritten as the filmmakers believed that the idea of Belle killing Gaston is too dark. Ironically, this type of scene was used in the series Once Upon A Time, where Lacey French (the Storybrooke counterpart of Belle) saved Mr. Gold (the Storybrooke counterpart of the Beast) by pushing Gaston to his death in the River Styx.
    • Another alternative version of his death was for Gaston to lay multiple stabbings on the Beast and commit suicide by falling to his death laughing maniacally, as he feels that no one else would have Belle if he cannot have her for himself, but not before he lashes out at Belle for ruining his pride and preferring the Beast over him. However, this was edited out since it was too dark, rewritten to have Gaston lose his footing after stabbing the Beast and only requiring one stab to finish him off. 
  • Before Prince Hans from Frozen, who is confirmed to be 23 years old, Gaston was the youngest major Disney villain to date, as most believe him to be around 25 years old.
  • In the 2011 Youtube comedy series called The Frollo Show, Gaston is the deuteragonist and is Frollo's best friend. Ironically, he is portrayed as a rather heroic character, though otherwise, he is similar to personality to his Disney counterpart.
  • Gaston's supervising animator is Andreas Deja, famous for animating Jafar (who came out two years later), Scar, and Hercules.
  • Gaston is set to appear Disney's Heroes: Battle Mode game, as a playable hero, despite being a villain, this trait follow by Emperor Zurg, Maleficent, Scar, Hades, and Ursula, who had already appear in the game.
  • Gaston is the first Disney villain to have two completely different songs.
  • Gaston is pictured on one of the 10 USA non-denominated commemorative postage stamps celebrating "Disney Villains", issued as a pane of 20 stamps on July 15, 2017. The set was issued in a single sheet of 20 stamps. The price of each stamp on day of issue was 49 cents. The other villains depicted in this issue are the Evil Queen from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Honest John from Pinocchio, Lady Tremaine from Cinderella, the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland, Captain Hook from Peter Pan, Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians, Ursula from The Little Mermaid, and Scar from The Lion King.
  • Thrughout the movie, Gaston commits the Seven Deadly Sins
    • Pride: Possibly his most defining sin as he is utterly egotistical, does not apologize for any trangression he does, and whenever someone takes a blow at him, he does not let it go in the slightest. This is also a flaw of his that costs him his life as he tries to attack the Beast after the latter spares his life but falls off the castle, which could be seen as a representation of the biblical quote "Pride comes before the fall."
    • Greed: Next to pride, this is the second sin that best describes him as he is hell-bent on making Belle his wife, but he considers her a trophy wife rather than a person to prove his worth to. It 's impleid that his career as a hunter is a way to make as much cash as he can, though he has no monetary values.
    • Sloth: A more trivial example as shown during his 'proposal' scene as he does not wipe his dirty boots before stepping into Belle's home. Beyond that, it's also implied that his buffy muscles came from eating a bunch of eggs rather than working out. He isn't a slouch when it comes to hunting however.
    • Lust: He is completely obsessed with Belle, though he wants her as a wife and not for sexual purposes. He is more concerned with her outer beauty rather than her personality and most likely wanted to marry her just for her looks. This vice is expanded on in the musical where he is revealed to be adulterous as he is willing to cheat on Belle ater he marries her with another woman.
    • Envy: When he notices that Belle has feelings for the Beast, Gaston becomes determined to murder him in order to avoid any competition for Belle's affections, to the point where he hides his envy from the villagers by playing on their fear to help him kill the Beast.
    • Wrath: When he gets rejected by Belle, he angrily doubles-down on his obsession with her and he unleashes all of his wrath on the Beast when trying to kill him.
    • Gluttony: Quite possibly his least dangerous vice as he stated that he eats 5 dozen eggs (he ate 4 dozen eggs a lot when he was a kid), but this is more to increase his size than anything. Gluttony can also be interpreted as selfishness as Gaston is a very selfish person.

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Other Animated Movies
Br'er Fox & Br'er Bear | Giant Magnet | Evil Clown | Merlock | Dijon | Oogie Boogie | Lock, Shock & Barrel | Bill Bluff | BluffCo Industries (Guy Graham, Bob & Bluff Agents) | Gloomius Maximus | Ivan Krank | Von Talon | Cufflingk and Underlingk | Kazar | Wildebeests (Blag) | Scab and Scraw | Vidia | Jacob Marley | Old Joe | Supervisor | Mr. Whiskers | Shelley | Were-Rat | Sea Monkeys | Mr. Burgermeister | Ripslinger | Zed | Ned | Zarina

Sequels
Abis Mal | Sa'Luk | Forty Thieves | Maestro Forte | Jesters | Zira | Outsiders (Nuka & Vitani) | Mack McCro | Jim Bob | Supreme Commander | Morgana | Undertow | Cloak & Dagger | Bradley Uppercrust III | The Gammas | Buster | Sarousch | Pom-Pom | Tad White | Jacques von Hamsterviel | Reuben | Sparky | Leroy | Erik Hellstorm | Ashton Carnaby | Edgar Volgud | Krakken | Lil Lightning | Bandits | Mama Gunda | Uto & Kago | Marina Del Rey | Cad Spinner

Shorts, Television, Comics and Video Games
Peg Leg Pete | Phantom Blot | Skeletons | Grim Reaper | Mad Doctor | Demon Cats | Gustav the Giant | Lonesome Ghosts | Doctor Vulter | Solego the Chaos God | Arpine Lusene | Eli Squinch | Sylvester Shyster | Fantomius | Inquinator | Spectrus | Zafire | H. U. Hennessy | Jolly Roger | Witch | Pluto's Devil | Zeke Midas Wolf | Captain Katt | Mortimer Mouse | Butch the Bulldog | Beagle Boys | Foxy Loxy | Ajax Gorilla | Witch Hazel | Adolf Hitler | Nazi School Teacher | Little Hans | Fat Cat | Norton Nimnul | Aldrin Klordane | Baby Thaddeus | Ratso Ratzkiwatzki | Julius | Dr. Frankenollie | Mizrabel | Miss Hendra | Huntsman | Huntsgirl | Dark Dragon | Al Roker | Chuckles | Princess Irmaplotz | Grace Goodwin | Molly | Shadow Blot | False Shadow Blot | Foxy Loxy | Goosey Loosey | Oswald Gardner | Commander Heist | Lazlo | Jordan Buttsquat | Suzi | Chip Whistler

Disney Parks
Alien | Lava Monster | Mad Hatter | Nebula Ghosts | Professor J.T. Wu | S.I.R. | Yeti (Expedition Everest) | Yeti (Matterhorn Bobsleds)

See Also
101 Dalmatians Villains | 2010 Marvel Animated Universe Villains | A Twisted Tale Villains | Air Bud Villains | Aladdin Villains | Alice in Wonderland Villains | Amphibia Villains | Artemis Fowl Villains | Atlantis Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Beauty and the Beast Villains | Big Hero 6 Villains | Cinderella Villains | Club Penguin Villains | Darkwing Duck Villains | Descendants Villains | DuckTales Villains | Fantasia Villains | Fillmore! Villains | Frozen Villains | Gargoyles Villains | Gravity Falls Villains | Haunted Mansion Villains | Hercules Villains | Kim Possible Villains | Kingdom Hearts Villains | Lilo & Stitch Villains | Little Einsteins Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Medfield College Villains | Mighty Ducks Villains | Milo Murphy's Law Villains | Mulan Villains | Muppet Villains | Narnia Villains | Peter Pan Villains | Phineas and Ferb Villains | Pinocchio Villains | Pirates of the Caribbean Villains | Pixar Villains | Recess Villains | Robin Hood Villains | Sleeping Beauty Villains | Snow White Villains | Sofia the First Villains | Star Wars Villains | Star vs. the Forces of Evil Villains | Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! Villains | Tangled Villains | Tarzan Villains | The Hunchback of Notre Dame Villains | The Jungle Book Villains | The Lion King Villains | The Little Mermaid Villains | The Owl House Villains | The Princess and the Frog Villains | Treasure Planet Villains | Wander Over Yonder Villains | Winnie the Pooh Villains | Wreck-It Ralph Villains | Zootopia Villains

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