History Disney / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

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...]]
16th Jun '17 1:23:55 PM NekoHybrid
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* MundaneSolution: When Quasimodo and Phoebus search for the entrance to the Court of Miracles. They come across a gravestone marker serving as the secret entrance. Phoebus notices some writing on it and deduces they have to translate it in order to open the path. Quasimodo simply shoves aside the stone lid covering the hidden staircase.
30th May '17 10:54:48 AM theknack101
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** Despite the AdaptionalVillainy stated below, Clopin relatively has this as well. At least as much heroism one can have when trying to lynch the heroes. In the movie, the lyrics to The Court of Miracles are very whimsical and Clopin is obviously enjoying himself with the kangaroo trial he's giving Quasimodo and Phoebus. In the stageplay, even though he is still comical about it, Clopin makes it clear they are being hanged for the safety of the gypsies.



* AdaptationalVillainy: Clopin acts a bit more like a crimelord in the stageplay. He demands a cut of Esmeralda's earnings from her dance at the Feast of Fools and when she balks at this he tells her she can either follow his rules or get out of town.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Clopin acts a bit more like a crimelord in the stageplay. He demands a cut of Esmeralda's earnings from her dance at the Feast of Fools and when she balks at this he tells her she can either follow his rules or get out of town. Also in a deleted scene, after Quasimodo gets depressed seeing Esmeralda and Phoebus dancing together, Clopin cheers him up. The stage version seems unlikely to give a damn about anyone who isn't a fellow gypsy. In fact in the equivalent song, he is mourning the fact that the gypsies must flee Paris at the same time Quasimodo is sad.
29th May '17 1:36:16 AM annette12
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* AdaptationalHeroism:
** Original!Quasimodo was not the tenderhearted {{Adorkable}} boy seen in this movie.
** You'd never see the book version of Phoebus jump into a burning building to save a family condemned by his boss.

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* AdaptationalHeroism:
** Original!Quasimodo was not
AdaptationalHeroism: Phoebus. In the tenderhearted {{Adorkable}} boy seen in this movie.
** You'd never see the book version of Phoebus jump
book, he's a womanizing {{Jerkass}} who gets no comeuppance. Here he's pushed from being a loyal soldier into a burning building revolutionary, who opposes Frollo whenever he can.
* AdaptationalNiceGuy: While still a heroic character, book Quasimodo was much more asocial and inclined
to save violence, displaying a family condemned by his boss.softer side only toward Frollo and Esmeralda due to [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe them being the only human beings to treat him somewhat decently]]. This incarnation pretty much is a NiceGuy with no resent or animosity toward anyone.
19th May '17 8:43:36 AM dsneybuf
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** On the ''WesternAnimation/DisneySingAlongSongs'' [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video]] released to promote this movie, the title track is a sanitized version of "Topsy Turvy". Not only did they cut out Esmeralda's dance, but they also rewrote the lyrics so that Clopin wouldn't mention devils and beer. See for yourself [[http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Disney_Sing_Along_Songs:_Topsy_Turvy here]].

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** On the ''WesternAnimation/DisneySingAlongSongs'' [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video]] video released to promote this movie, the title track is a sanitized version of "Topsy Turvy". Not only did they cut out Esmeralda's dance, but they also rewrote the lyrics so that Clopin wouldn't mention devils and beer. See for yourself [[http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Disney_Sing_Along_Songs:_Topsy_Turvy here]].
18th May '17 10:14:58 AM theknack101
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[[folder:''Der Glöckner von Notre Dame'']]

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[[folder:''Der Glöckner von Notre Dame And the American Productions of The Hunchback of Notre Dame'']]


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* DarkReprise: A couple new ones from the movie.
** Quasimodo first sings Heaven's Light about how he has found someone who might actually love him as ugly as he is. During In A Place of Miracles, Phoebus and Esmeralda's love duet, Quasimodo, watching from a distance, reprises the aforementioned song confirming to himself that nobody could ever love him.
** Though it wasn't exactly a happy song, musically the song Esmeralda is up tempo and bright sounding as the city searches for Esmeralda for various reasons. At the end of the story, it is reprised by Frollo [[spoiler:celebrating Esmeralda's death in a slow and ominous tone.]]
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