Beauty and the Beast (2017)
- At "culinary cabaret", there is a musical snippet of "Wilkommen" from the musical Cabaret (1972).
- Lumière gets surrounded by an array of pink feather fans, a nod to the song "All I Care About is Love" from Chicago (2002).
- When the featherdusters create a fountain, and Lumière dances underneath it, the title theme from Singin' in the Rain (1952) is heard.
- The finale contains an Indian-style setpiece (and a brief musical tone), an homage to Ewan McGregor's musical Moulin Rouge! (2001), which had an Indian number.
- The Indian castle model resembles Agrabah castle from Disney's Aladdin (1992).
- Maestro Cadenza is this film's version of Forte, the sentient musical instrument from Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (1997). In this film, he is a far more heroic and jovial character.
- The Wardrobe is renamed Madame Garderobe, and is revised to be Cadenza's wife.
- Footstool the dog is renamed Froufrou, and is owned by Garderobe.
- Lumière's love interest, the feather duster, is named Plumette in this film; she was unnamed in the 1991 film, but she was named Babette in the musical, and Fifi in Belle's Magical World (1998)).
- The coat rack Chappeau, was previously an unnamed enchanted character from the 1991 film.
- Chef Bouche, the palace chef who was turned into a stove, is renamed Cuisinier.
- The Triplets were named Paulette, Claudette, and Laurette in the animated film. Here, they are renamed Eliana, Elise, and Eloise.