History Disney / TheHunchbackOfNotreDame

22nd Oct '17 5:01:35 PM ngh93
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** The sequel confirms the Gargoyles are real magical creatures and ''not'' Quasi's imagination; [[spoiler: At the end, the Gargoyles are sad to lose Quasimodo and hope that Madellaine will take care of him. Then ''Madellaine'' winks at the Gargoyles and tells them she'll take good care of Quasi causing the shocked Gargoyles do to a literal JawDrop]]

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** The sequel confirms the Gargoyles are real magical creatures and ''not'' Quasi's imagination; [[spoiler: At the end, the Gargoyles are sad to lose Quasimodo and hope that Madellaine will take care of him. Then ''Madellaine'' winks at the Gargoyles and tells them she'll take good care of Quasi causing the shocked Gargoyles do to a literal JawDrop]]JawDrop]].
20th Oct '17 9:02:12 PM DuelMark
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** That said [[spoiler:the gargoyle Frollo saw before he died is never stated whether or not to be real or a hallucination brought on by his increasing madness.]]
16th Oct '17 11:05:04 AM CJCroen1393
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** "The wicked shall not go unpunished" (sometimes followed by "the heart of the wicked is of little worth") is repeated enough for it to be this as well.
14th Oct '17 2:43:22 PM CJCroen1393
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* LadykillerInLove: Phoebus toward Esmeralda, Jehan toward Florika.
9th Oct '17 6:54:31 AM DrNoPuma
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* InfernalBackground: The song "Hellfire," where Frollo sings about his VillainousCrush on Esmeralda, is sung in front of a fireplace. Later, it's backed by...you guessed it, hellfire.
4th Oct '17 6:22:38 PM CJCroen1393
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** Jehan in the book was an unrepentant [[TheHedonist hedonist]] who cared little for anything but his own pleasure and didn't give two craps about Quasimodo. While he's still a hedonistic frat boy here, he's also depicted as Quasimodo's father and a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold genuinely good person at heart]], expressing great sorrow over the death of his lover and pleading for Frollo to take Quasimodo in and raise him as his own when his own life starts slipping.


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* AgeLift: Esmeralda and Jehan were both only sixteen in the book. Here, they're both clearly adults.


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* BothSidesHaveAPoint: Frollo and Jehan, in the opening number--Frollo is right to scold his brother over his [[TheHedonist unhealthy lifestyle]] and disrespect toward the church that took him in when he had nowhere else to go. When he finally has enough and exposes Jehan's actions to the Archdeacon, however, Jehan rightly calls out Frollo for both his lack of loyalty (valuing the church over his own brother) and the stupidity of believing that the Archdeacon would even ''let'' him stay there after discovering what he's been doing.


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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Frollo is much closer to his book incarnation in this version, being a man who was once genuinely good, but a crisis of faith drives him mad.
4th Oct '17 12:51:52 PM gjjones
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* EverybodyHasStandards: It took very little incentive from a few guards to push the crowd of Parisian citizens to bully and mock Quasimodo. However, during the finale, they have clearly become disgusted by Frollo's parody of "justice". When he's about to burn Esmeralda, the crowd is clearly furious, with people shouting that she didn't do anything and she is innocent, and the guards are barely containing the uprising. (Also note that Esmeralda is an outcast among their society, yet they still pick her side.) It only takes a brief but inspiring speech from Pheobus to launch a full-blown revolt against Frollo.

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* EverybodyHasStandards: EveryoneHasStandards: It took very little incentive from a few guards to push the crowd of Parisian citizens to bully and mock Quasimodo. However, during the finale, they have clearly become disgusted by Frollo's parody of "justice". When he's about to burn Esmeralda, the crowd is clearly furious, with people shouting that she didn't do anything and she is innocent, and the guards are barely containing the uprising. (Also note that Esmeralda is an outcast among their society, yet they still pick her side.) It only takes a brief but inspiring speech from Pheobus to launch a full-blown revolt against Frollo.
3rd Oct '17 6:11:21 PM CJCroen1393
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* ArmorPiercingResponse: Jehan delivers one when Frollo refuses to take Quasimodo in.
-->'''Frollo:''' But he is a Gypsy child!\\
'''Jehan:''' And ''mine''.


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** Played with in regards to [[spoiler:Jehan]]. He dies near the very end of the book (and at the hands of [[spoiler:''Quasimodo'']] of all people), but here, he dies in the opening number.
2nd Oct '17 5:18:53 AM rufusluciusivan
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* EverybodyHasStandards: It took very little incentive from a few guards to push the crowd of Parisian citizens to bully and mock Quasimodo. However, during the finale, they have clearly become disgusted by Frollo's parody of "justice". When he's about to burn Esmeralda, the crowd is clearly furious, with people shouting that she didn't do anything and she is innocent, and the guards are barely containing the uprising. It only takes a brief but inspiring speech from Pheobus to launch a full-blown revolt against Frollo.

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* EverybodyHasStandards: It took very little incentive from a few guards to push the crowd of Parisian citizens to bully and mock Quasimodo. However, during the finale, they have clearly become disgusted by Frollo's parody of "justice". When he's about to burn Esmeralda, the crowd is clearly furious, with people shouting that she didn't do anything and she is innocent, and the guards are barely containing the uprising. (Also note that Esmeralda is an outcast among their society, yet they still pick her side.) It only takes a brief but inspiring speech from Pheobus to launch a full-blown revolt against Frollo.
2nd Oct '17 3:01:06 AM rufusluciusivan
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** The very first thing we see Frollo do is murder an innocent woman and attempts to drown her defenseless child.

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** The very first thing we see Frollo do is murder an innocent woman and attempts to drown her defenseless child.child, then to defend his actions as righteous.
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