History Disney / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

13th Dec '17 8:59:10 PM H2SO4
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** It's never addressed in the end what happened to any of the soldiers who aided Frollo, but chances are, they were likely arrested and will stand trial for their crimes against Paris and the church.
8th Dec '17 7:01:30 AM ngh93
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* HorsingAround: Phoebus' horse, when he was told to "sit". His face seemed well smug. Self-satisfied maybe?

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* HorsingAround: Phoebus' horse, horse Achilles when he was told to "sit". His face seemed well smug. Self-satisfied maybe?
5th Dec '17 3:21:00 PM loracarol
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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.

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** Despite the AdaptionalVillainy AdaptationalVillainy 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.
27th Nov '17 6:44:16 PM ngh93
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* TheStinger: A twelve-second clip of Hugo telling the audience "Goodnight, Everybody!" and engaging in some insane banter plays as the last roll of the credits pops up on the screen.

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* TheStinger: A twelve-second clip of Hugo telling the audience "Goodnight, Everybody!" everybody!" and engaging in some insane banter plays as the last roll of the credits pops up on the screen.screen, before cutting to the Disney logo.
23rd Nov '17 8:45:46 PM ngh93
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([''the catapult deploys, flipping over and hitting the guards; smashing them like a mousetrap'')\\

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([''the (''the catapult deploys, flipping over and hitting the guards; smashing them like a mousetrap'')\\
23rd Nov '17 7:13:56 PM NekoHybrid
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* YouMonster: An indirect version. In the opening song, narrator Clopin asks "Now here is a riddle to guess if you can: Who is the monster and who is the man?" Frollo does call baby Quasimodo a monster when he sees that the child is misformed, and tries to kill him for it. You can probably figure out on your own to which character the riddle alludes.

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* YouMonster: An indirect version. In the opening song, narrator Clopin asks "Now here is a riddle to guess if you can: can, sing the Bells of Notre Dame: Who is the monster and who is the man?" Frollo does call baby Quasimodo a monster when he sees that the child is misformed, and tries to kill him for it. You can probably figure out on your own to which character the riddle alludes. Then its reprise asks, "So here is a riddle to guess if you can, sing the Bells of Notre Dame: What makes a monster and what makes a man?"
7th Nov '17 5:55:59 PM OrigamiTovaychy
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** This also extends to Quasimodo for that matter. in the original novel Quasimodo is Esmeralda's attacker(Under Frollo's order) only to be stopped by Phoebus, while the Disney version gives Quasimodo's attacker role to the Brutish and Oafish Guard.
5th Nov '17 11:54:45 PM LB7979
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** Esmeralda is the only one who stands up to not only Frollo, but to ''the entire crowd'' when they torture and bully Quasimodo during the Festival of Fools.
5th Nov '17 8:08:01 PM RedCapLF
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** Esmeralda stops her people from hanging Phoebus and Quasimodo.
2nd Nov '17 10:09:33 AM JoieDeCombat
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* StayInTheKitchen: Frollo isolates Quasimodo inside the bell tower, forbidding him to ever step outside once as he fears the world will hate him for his hideous appearance.
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