History Disney / TheHunchbackOfNotreDame

19th Jul '17 8:38:03 PM billybobfred
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* DownplayedTrope:
** Although Quasimodo is explicitly stated to be a gypsy in the opening scene, this fact is never brought up again, despite gypsies being central to the plot.
** The movie barely references its French setting, perhaps to distance itself from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''.
12th Jul '17 7:52:02 AM NightShade96
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* CelebratingTheHeroes: While Phoebus and Esmeralda get to [[HoldingHands hold hands]], Quasimodo gets carried on the shoulders of joyful Parisians, proud of the recluse of the belltowers that defeated the haywire Judge Frollo.



** Quasimodo goes from passive to more assertive with his oppressive guardian.
** Phoebus is initially the pawn who loathes injustice. In the opening, he discreetly rescues Esmeralda from arrest but never quite speaks out against injustice, and Frollo refuses to let Phoebus intervene when Quasimodo undergoes public humiliation. It's when he witnesses Frollo's attempted execution on an innocent family that Phoebus starts intervening explicitly from then on.

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** Quasimodo goes from being passive to becoming more assertive with his oppressive guardian.
** Phoebus is initially the pawn who loathes injustice. In the opening, he discreetly rescues Esmeralda from arrest but never quite speaks out against injustice, and Frollo refuses to let Phoebus intervene when Quasimodo undergoes public humiliation. It's when he witnesses Frollo's attempted execution on of an innocent family that Phoebus starts intervening explicitly from then on.
8th Jul '17 11:32:35 PM IuraCivium
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* JudicialWig: Clopin wears one briefly in the "Court of Miracles" number.
6th Jul '17 4:49:57 PM EfficaciousPantheress
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In 1999, the film was translated into German for a stage musical, ''Der Glöckner von Notre Dame''. A ''second'' English-language stage adaptation of the film, with a book by Peter Parnell rather than the one James Lapine wrote for the German production, debuted at San Diego's La Jolla Playhouse in 2014. This was restaged at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse the following year, though plans for a Broadway transfer were cancelled (although a cast recording has been made.) Both musicals backtracked from Disney's take towards the original novel, and are thus DarkerAndEdgier to varying extents.

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In 1999, the film was translated into German for a stage musical, ''Der Glöckner von Notre Dame''. A ''second'' English-language stage adaptation of the film, with a book by Peter Parnell rather than the one James Lapine wrote for the German production, debuted at San Diego's La Jolla Playhouse in 2014. This was restaged at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse the following year, though plans for a Broadway transfer were cancelled (although a cast recording has been made.) In 2017 Peter Parnell's version was translated into German and brought to Berlin where it runs until november before going on tour. Both musicals backtracked from Disney's take towards the original novel, and are thus DarkerAndEdgier to varying extents.



** In some versions of the American production, [[spoiler:Quasimodo dies too, having spent the rest of his life with Esmeralda's corpse until they both rotted away into skeletons. This ending is taken straight from the original novel]].

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** In some versions of the American and the new German production, [[spoiler:Quasimodo dies too, having spent the rest of his life with Esmeralda's corpse until they both rotted away into skeletons. This ending is taken straight from the original novel]].


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* HonorBeforeReason: This is a bit of an issue with Esmeralda and the main reason why Clopin is a bit weary of her as well. She has a tendency to ''always'' do what's right, always speaking her mind and to value her independence and freedom above all else. When told that something isn't her business her usual response will be "Someone has to make it their business." Following rules and keeping a low profile isn't exactly her forte.
5th Jul '17 1:14:56 PM Ciara25
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* ConvectionSchmonvection: [[spoiler: During the climax, Quasimodo pours a ton of molten lead down onto the guards besieging the cathedral. Frollo is trapped behind the fall of molten metal, barely an arm's length away, and is absolutely fine.]]
27th Jun '17 6:28:18 PM aenjgeal
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* AdultFear: Imagine being killed by someone who's notoriously racist against your kind, and your child that you were trying to save is almost drowned by said psychopath, and is then left in the man's care for the next 20 YEARS. In almost complete isolation. Kyrie Eleison indeed.

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* AdultFear: Imagine being killed by someone who's notoriously racist against your kind, and your child that you were trying to save is almost drowned by said psychopath, and is then left There's a taste of this in the man's care for introduction. Claude Frollo tries to take Quasimodo away from his mother, and assumes that the next 20 YEARS. In almost complete isolation. Kyrie Eleison indeed.bundle is stolen goods when the mother refuses to give up the swaddled infant. She then has to evade Frollo through the streets of Paris in order to protect her baby. She's running, '''he's on horseback'''
19th Jun '17 3:07:11 AM FranticMiroungan
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* Narm: The airplane/bowling pin sound effects when Esmerelda is being chased through the festival.
17th Jun '17 8:08:48 AM NekoHybrid
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-->'''Phoebus:''' Citizens of Paris! Frollo's has persecuted our people! Ransacked our city! Now, he's declared war on Norte Dame herself! Will we allow it!?\\

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-->'''Phoebus:''' Citizens of Paris! Frollo's has persecuted our people! Ransacked our city! Now, he's declared war on Norte Notre Dame herself! Will we allow it!?\\
17th Jun '17 8:05:38 AM NekoHybrid
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* AntiHero: Esmeralda is a KnightInSourArmor (jaded but still acts heroically) while Clopin is an UnscrupulousHero (happy to kill perceived enemies).

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* AntiHero: Esmeralda is a KnightInSourArmor (jaded but still acts heroically) heuroically) while Clopin is an UnscrupulousHero (happy to kill perceived enemies).


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* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Phoebus objects to Frollo's order to burn down a windmill with a family trapped inside.
-->'''Phoebus:''' With all due respect, sir, I wasn't trained to murder the innocent.\\
'''Frollo:''' But you were trained to FOLLOW ORDERS!
** Phoebus defies the order, in which Frollo commits the deed himself. When Phoebus breaks in and rescues the innocent family, he gets arrested by Frollo's guards and is ordered an immediate execution.
** In the final battle, Phoebus invokes this in the citizens if Frollo's word is seen as law.
-->'''Phoebus:''' Citizens of Paris! Frollo's has persecuted our people! Ransacked our city! Now, he's declared war on Norte Dame herself! Will we allow it!?\\
'''Citizens:''' '''NO!'''\\
''(The people of Paris arm themselves, free the captured gypsies, and they all attack the guards)''
16th Jun '17 1:33:31 PM NekoHybrid
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-->'''Phoebus:''' Speaking of trouble, we should have run into some by now.\\
'''Quasimodo:''' What do you mean?\\
'''Phoebus:''' You know, a guard, a boobytrap... ''(the torch goes out)'' ... [[ThisIsGonnaSuck or an ambush...]]
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