History Disney / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

28th Sep '16 5:59:54 PM CJCroen1393
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* TheDogBitesBack:
-->'''Frollo:''' Quasimodo, please, you don't want to hurt me!\\
'''Chorus:''' ''Yes you do...''
28th Sep '16 12:01:45 PM dieseldragons
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** Frollo points out God made the devil far stronger than man.
17th Sep '16 6:13:05 PM masterofthehouse
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** One production of the show at the Tuacahn Amphitheatre includes several elements from the film that the original La Jolla production omitted, such as Quasi's imaginary ensemble being portrayed as gargoyles (a reference to the gargoyle trio), as well as the inclusion of Djali, played here by an actual goat.
13th Sep '16 9:05:53 PM k410ren
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* DisguisedInDrag: Hugo briefly during the "A Guy Like You" song.



* SteelEarDrums: Unlike the original book, Quasimodo's hearing is perfectly functional.



* TrickAndFollowPloy: How Frollo finds the Court of Miracles; he tells Quasi that he's already found it so Quasi goes to warn them, thus enabling Frollo to find it.

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* TrickAndFollowPloy: How Frollo finds the Court of Miracles; he tells Quasi that he's already found it so Quasi (accompanied by Phoebus) goes to warn them, thus enabling Frollo to find it.
12th Sep '16 3:37:06 PM Fauvelus
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** To be fair, the representation of the medieval Paris is full of inconsistencies, most of which would only be picked up by historians (e.g. a bridge represented next to Notre-Dame built decades after the action of the film takes place). However, even a layman could object to the presence of tomatoes and tobacco pipes (two products from South America) in France ten years before discovery of the New World.

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** To be fair, the representation depiction of the medieval Paris is full of inconsistencies, most of which would only be picked up by historians (e.g. a bridge represented next to Notre-Dame built decades after the action of the film takes place). However, even a layman could object to the presence of tomatoes and tobacco pipes (two products from South America) in France ten years before discovery of the New World.
12th Sep '16 3:15:59 PM Fauvelus
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** To be fair, the representation of the medieval Paris is full of inconsistencies, most of which would only be picked up by historians (e.g. a bridge represented next to Notre-Dame built decades after the action of the film takes place). However, even a layman could object to the presence of tomatoes and tobacco pipes (two products from South America) in France ten years before discovery of the New World.
11th Sep '16 10:43:58 AM k410ren
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%%* DarkIsNotEvil

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%%* DarkIsNotEvil* DarkIsNotEvil: [[DarkIsEvil Unless you're Frollo.]]


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* DeathGlare: The statues that adorn Notre Dame Cathedral give one to Frollo during the "Bells of Notre Dame."
-->'''Archdeacon''': But you ''never'' can run from nor hide what you've done from the ''eyes''! (Points up at Notre Dame) The very eyes of Notre Dame!
26th Aug '16 1:24:25 PM ACW
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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 [[CompleteMonster 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. 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 [[CompleteMonster evil long before he even met Esmeralda]], 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 Aug '16 12:26:04 PM AFreakyDude
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* WhatTheHellHero: During the climax, when Quasimodo has given up on trying to save Esmeralda and tells the gargoyles, who are trying to encourage him to save the day, to leave him alone, the gargoyles respond with disappointment. As they [[TakenForGranite revert back to inanimate stone]] one by one, they deliver this powerful punch to the gut:

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* WhatTheHellHero: During the climax, when Quasimodo has [[HeroicBSOD given up on trying to save Esmeralda Esmeralda]] and tells the gargoyles, who are trying to encourage him to save the day, to leave him alone, the gargoyles respond with disappointment. As they [[TakenForGranite revert back to inanimate stone]] one by one, they deliver this powerful punch to the gut:
19th Aug '16 10:57:30 AM AFreakyDude
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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. 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 [[CompleteMonster evil long before he even met Esmeralda, 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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