History Disney / TheHunchbackOfNotreDame

24th Jan '17 4:44:29 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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** Averted in the stage show:
--> "And we wish we could leave you a moral/Like a trinket you hold in your palm."
19th Jan '17 6:58:18 AM YasminPerry
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** Hugo's Frollo was a TragicVillain: he was a genuinely good guy, who had to take care of his young orphaned brother, while being a young orphan himself. He willingly took in and raised Quasimodo. His StartOfDarkness began only when he fell in love with Esmeralda, because of his repressed sexuality and the widespread belief that Gypsy = witch and witchcraft = evil. He most certainly never aspired to be a KnightTemplar; he preferred purifying himself and devoting himself to science (or whatever passed for science those days). Disney's Frollo is evil long before he even met Esmeralda, he has absolutely no FreudianExcuse and his only redeemable moment throughout the entire movie is a short "God have mercy on her..." at the end of ''Hellfire'' which is then immediately followed by adding that if she won't be his, then she could burn in Hell.

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** Hugo's Frollo was a TragicVillain: he was a genuinely good guy, who had to take care of his young orphaned brother, while being a young orphan himself. He willingly took in and raised Quasimodo. His StartOfDarkness began only when he fell in love with Esmeralda, because of his repressed sexuality and the widespread belief that Gypsy = witch and witchcraft = evil.sexuality. He most certainly never aspired to be a KnightTemplar; he preferred purifying himself and devoting himself to science (or whatever passed for science those days). Disney's Frollo is evil long before he even met Esmeralda, he has absolutely no FreudianExcuse and his only redeemable moment throughout the entire movie is a short "God have mercy on her..." at the end of ''Hellfire'' which is then immediately followed by adding that if she won't be his, then she could burn in Hell.
19th Jan '17 6:54:34 AM YasminPerry
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In 2002, a direct-to-video sequel was made. It's considered one of the most shallow and clichéd sequels ever, anywhere. Apparently the only way for Quasimodo to have a happy ending is if he gets some chick, sending out a terrible message to the 4 year olds who might enjoy it and making him look terribly shallow. It isn't helped by his love interest having all the personality of a sack of parsnips.

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In 2002, a direct-to-video sequel was made. It's considered one of the most shallow and clichéd sequels ever, anywhere. Apparently the only way for Quasimodo to have a happy ending is if he gets some chick, sending out a terrible message to the 4 year olds who might enjoy it and making him look terribly shallow. It isn't helped by his love interest having all the personality of a sack of parsnips.
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14th Jan '17 11:35:10 PM mtrais
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* AdaptationalAlternateEnding: The film heavily changes the ending of the story - in the original Victor Hugo novel, [[spoiler: both Esmeralda and Quasimodo die]]; in the Disney version, [[spoiler: they both survive, Esmeralda marries Phoebus and Quasimodo gets accepted by the society.]]
14th Jan '17 6:06:04 PM Tightwire
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In 2002, a direct-to-video sequel was made.

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In 2002, a direct-to-video sequel was made. It's considered one of the most shallow and clichéd sequels ever, anywhere. Apparently the only way for Quasimodo to have a happy ending is if he gets some chick, sending out a terrible message to the 4 year olds who might enjoy it and making him look terribly shallow. It isn't helped by his love interest having all the personality of a sack of parsnips.
10th Jan '17 12:12:28 PM ngh93
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'''Phoebus''': Well...th-that's a...tre-tremendous honor sir...

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'''Phoebus''': Well...th-that's a...tre-tremendous honor honor, sir...
5th Jan '17 5:02:05 PM creader
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!!''The Hunchback of Notre Dame II'' provides the following tropes (along with many of the above):

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!!''Der Glöckner von Notre Dame'' (and the subsequent American production) provide the following tropes (along with many of the above):

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4th Jan '17 11:45:54 PM creader
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* MamaBear: Quasimodo's mother ran in a snow-filled Paris in order to protect her son from being killed by Frollo.



* AMinorKidroduction: An interesting example -- the film does start with a baby Quasimodo being snuck into Paris with his parents, but his face isn't seen at the time.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: During the final battle, the Archdeacon tries to stop Frollo once again, this time from killing our heroes. Frollo shoves him down a flight of stairs. Though he is alive after impact, he is never seen or mentioned again.
** Actualy you can spot him in the final scen of the film, when Esmeralda and Phoebus are leaving the Cathedra... but it's only for few seconds and in background. In fact most people didn't notice him until the Blu-ray edution.

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During the final battle, the Archdeacon tries to stop Frollo once again, this time from killing our heroes. Frollo shoves him down a flight of stairs. Though he is alive after impact, he is never seen or mentioned again.
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again. Actually you can spot him in the final scen of the film, when Esmeralda and Phoebus are leaving the Cathedra... but it's only for few seconds and in background. In fact most people didn't notice him until the Blu-ray edution. edition.
** What became of Quasimodo's father after his arrest is unknown.
4th Jan '17 9:35:54 PM creader
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* CompletelyDifferentTitle: "Der Glöckner von Notre Dame" translates to "The Bellringer of Notre Dame."
* CutSong: "Court of Miracles" was cut from ''Der Glöckner''. The U.S.A. production scrapped "A Guy Like You" due to the absence of the gargoyles, but revived "Court of Miracles" as a solo piece for Clopin.
4th Jan '17 9:34:46 PM creader
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