One of the coolest features of Disney Infinity is it’s Power Discs. The clear plastic discs add an extra layer to game play by introducing additional content from other Disney properties to be used in the customizable world creating Toy Box portion of the game. Power discs are sold in a variety of ways, but most commonly the are found in blind double packs sold everywhere Infinity is sold.
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Disney’s animated films are often filled with fun animal companions, and the sassy or stubborn horse is one of their go to favorites. Beauty and the Beast is no exception, with the Belle’s horse Phillippe. The Phillippe Power Disc is a must have for any Beauty & The Beast fan!
Power Disc Info
Disc NameÂ – Phillippe
Disc Type – Hexagonal Toy – Common
Disc Class – Vehicle / Mount – Horse
Series – 1.0 Series 3
Disney Property – Beauty & The Beast
Disc Character -Belle is featured on this power disc image.
Disc Bonus -N/A
In Game Screenshot
Phillippe (or as the character is credited in the original film less one “L” as Philippe) is featured in the 1991 animated film Beauty & The Beast. The horse is owned by Belle’s father Maurice, the crazy inventor. At the beginning of the movie, Maurice uses Phillippe to pull his lumber cutting invention through the woods but takes a wrong turn and gets lost. When the horse returns to the village Belle knows there is trouble and rides him back into the woods to find her father only to encounter the Beast. Later while escaping the castle, Belle and Phillippe encounter a pack of wolves where they are saved by the Beast.
Here is a clip from the film with Belle riding Phillippe as she runs away from the Beast’s castle only to be confronted by wolves.
In the film Phillippe the horse is voiced by Hal SmithÃ‚Â who is also responsible for the neighs of Jafar’s Horse from Aladdin. The character was later voiced by Frank Welker, who has voiced other horses including Khan
The in game horse is almost identical to his animated counter part. Following the style of Infinity’s toy like creations, the power disc horse clearly has a plastic jointed look accented by larger eyes that give him a more playful appearance.