History Disney / TheHunchbackOfNotreDame

12th May '16 5:17:12 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HandGagging: Victor does this to prevent Hugo from spitting on a mime.



* PuttingAHandOverHisMouth: Victor does this to prevent Hugo from spitting on a mime.
11th May '16 10:55:01 PM OnTheHillside
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* BloodlessCarnage: Averted. When Frollo kicks Quasimodo's mother, she falls to the steps unmarked. As the Archdeacon cradles her body, however, we see the snow splattered with blood.



* BrainsEvilBrawnGood: Quasimodo is strong and good, Frollo is smart and evil.

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* BrainsEvilBrawnGood: Quasimodo is strong and good, Frollo is smart clever and evil.
11th May '16 2:31:50 PM OnTheHillside
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** In the beginning of the movie, the gargoyles successfully persuade Quasimodo to sneak out of the bell tower and enjoy himself at the Feast of Fools. Happy and confident, he talks about how he's going to get cleaned up, head right down those stairs, march right out that door -- and then he runs smack dab into Frollo. In an ''instant'', he's cowering and his stutter is very prominent.
10th May '16 1:47:22 PM OnTheHillside
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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Clopin was perfectly willing to execute a pair of Esmeralda's friends because he thought they were spies of Frollo. That kind of "justice" is similar to the kind of thing Frollo does.

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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Clopin was perfectly willing to execute a pair of Esmeralda's friends Phoebus and Quasimodo because he thought they were spies of Frollo. That kind of "justice" is similar to the kind of thing Frollo does.does, though he might have let them get a word or two in before gagging them.
10th May '16 8:02:22 AM mariovsonic999
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** In Frollo's introduction, Quasimodo's father react in fear upon seeing him.
6th May '16 8:19:59 PM OnTheHillside
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* RealityEnsues: The gargoyles get Quasimodo thoroughly convinced that Esmeralda returns his feelings [[spoiler:just in time for him to learn that no, she doesn't.]]



* RescueRomance: Played with. Quasimodo falls in love with Esmeralda after she rescues him; Frollo ironically develops his lust for her due to this incident. Esmeralda, on the other hand, is oblivious to the former and is disgusted by the latter. After they rescue each other several times, Esmeralda and Phoebus end up falling for each other, but only when they rescue other people (Phoebus falls for Esmeralda when she rescues Quasimodo, and Esmeralda falls for Phoebus when he rescues the miller's family).

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* RescueRomance: Played with. Quasimodo falls in love with Esmeralda after she rescues him; Frollo ironically develops his lust for her due to this same incident. Esmeralda, on the other hand, is oblivious to the former and is disgusted by the latter. After they rescue each other several times, Esmeralda and Phoebus end up falling for each other, but only when they rescue other people (Phoebus falls for Esmeralda when she rescues Quasimodo, and Esmeralda falls for Phoebus when he rescues the miller's family).
6th May '16 8:13:08 PM OnTheHillside
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* SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny: Frollo is a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1AeqrD9EUQ pure case of this]] ([[CharacterExaggeration exaggerated]] from the book version, who too had more than a hint of this), believing Esmeralda to be a evil witch who has enchanted him -- since that's the only reason he could be in love with her -- and trying to have her [[BurnTheWitch burnt at the stake for it]]. This is in contrast to Phoebus, who is equally aroused by Esmeralda but much less ashamed about it.

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* SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny: Frollo is a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1AeqrD9EUQ pure case of this]] ([[CharacterExaggeration exaggerated]] from the book version, who too had more than a hint of this), believing Esmeralda to be a evil witch who has enchanted him -- since that's the only reason he could be in love lust with her -- and trying to have her [[BurnTheWitch burnt at the stake for it]]. This is in contrast to Phoebus, who is equally aroused by Esmeralda but much less ashamed about it.
4th May '16 4:57:47 PM annieholmes
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In the stage show, the hideously deformed Quasimodo is played by the rather attractive [[https://unitedmusicals.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Sarich_Drew_4_c_Rolf_Bock-682x1024.jpg Drew Sarich]] (German version) and [[http://celeb-true.com/images/michael-arden/michael-arden-02.jpg Michael Arden]] (English version). The only signs of his deformity aside from his movements are black makeup smeared on his face and a pouch the actors wear on their back to represent the hump.



* EloquentInMyNativeTongue: In the stage show, Quasimodo's voice is hoarse and raspy with simple sentences and occasional grammar mistakes when he speaks aloud, but smoother and nearly flawless when he's expressing his thoughts in song. (In the original novel, Quasimodo became deaf due to his ringing of the bells. He is at least hard-of-hearing in this version. This acting choice might be deliberate, as Michael Arden (the New Jersey Quasimodo) has previously worked with Deaf West Theatre and knows American Sign Language.)


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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In the stage show, the hideously deformed Quasimodo is played by the rather attractive [[https://unitedmusicals.de/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Sarich_Drew_4_c_Rolf_Bock-682x1024.jpg Drew Sarich]] (German version) and [[http://celeb-true.com/images/michael-arden/michael-arden-02.jpg Michael Arden]] (English version). The only signs of his deformity aside from his movements are black makeup smeared on his face and a pouch the actors wear on their back to represent the hump.


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* EloquentInMyNativeTongue: In the stage show, Quasimodo's voice is hoarse and raspy with simple sentences and occasional grammar mistakes when he speaks aloud, but smoother and nearly flawless when he's expressing his thoughts in song. (In the original novel, Quasimodo became deaf due to his ringing of the bells. He is at least hard-of-hearing in this version. This acting choice might be deliberate, as Michael Arden (the New Jersey Quasimodo) has previously worked with Deaf West Theatre and knows American Sign Language.)
4th May '16 4:50:11 PM annieholmes
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* MeaningfulName: Quasimodo means "half formed", Esmeralda means "emerald", and Phoebus means "sun god" (aka [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Apollo]], who was the patron god of many things, including truth and healing).

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Quasimodo means "half formed", Esmeralda means "emerald", and Phoebus means "sun god" (aka [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Apollo]], who was the patron god of many things, including truth and healing).healing).
** Claude Frollo's name comes from Claudius, which means "lame, crippled." His brother Jehan's name is a form of John, which means "God is gracious."
4th May '16 4:47:46 PM annieholmes
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* MeaningfulEcho: "Nobody wants to stay cooped up here forever." First said by Quasimodo to a little baby bird that he is encouraging to fly, later said by Laverne to Quasi when she, Victor, and Hugo encourage him to go to the Feast of Fools.

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"Nobody wants to stay cooped up here forever." First said by Quasimodo to a little baby bird that he is encouraging to fly, later said by Laverne to Quasi when she, Victor, and Hugo encourage him to go to the Feast of Fools.Fools.
** From the stage show: "The wicked shall not go unpunished." First said by Claude to Jehan Frollo, and last said by Quasimodo (and the choir echoing) as Frollo [[spoiler: falls to his death]].
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