History Film / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

25th Apr '17 9:03:01 AM Madrugada
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* AdaptedOut: Sister Gudule/Paquette only appears in the 1923 film. In all other adaptations (live-action and animated), Esmeralda is a gypsy by birth.

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* AdaptedOut: AdaptedOut:
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Sister Gudule/Paquette only appears in the 1923 film. In all other adaptations (live-action and animated), Esmeralda is a gypsy by birth.



* BittersweetEnding: In the 1939 version Esmeralda escapes execution and goes off to be with Gringoire. Quasimodo remains in the cathedral, totally alone. The film ends with him caressing a gargoyle and asking "why was I not made of stone like thee?"
** The 1923, 1982 and 1997 versions. Esmeralda is still alive and Frollo has been killed, but [[spoiler:Quasimodo is dead]].
* ChekhovsGun: In the 1939 film workmen specifcally mention a vat of molten lead. Later Quasimodo uses said molten lead to fend off the mob.
* ChronicVillainy: In the 1997 film, after being forced to publicly confess and being forgiven by [[spoiler:Quasimodo, a newly reformed Frollo relapses into homicidal madness upon seeing Esmeralda.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: BittersweetEnding:
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In the 1939 version Esmeralda escapes execution and goes off to be with Gringoire. Quasimodo remains in the cathedral, totally alone. The film ends with him caressing a gargoyle and asking "why was I not made of stone like thee?"
** The In the 1923, 1982 and 1997 versions. versions Esmeralda is still alive and Frollo has been killed, but [[spoiler:Quasimodo is dead]].
* ChekhovsGun: In the 1939 film workmen specifcally specifically mention a vat of molten lead. Later Quasimodo uses said molten lead it to fend off the mob.
* ChronicVillainy: In the 1997 film, after being forced to publicly confess and being forgiven by [[spoiler:Quasimodo, Quasimodo, a newly reformed Frollo relapses into homicidal madness upon seeing Esmeralda.]]



* DidNotGetTheGirl: Quasimodo in the 1939 film (in all the others, [[spoiler: his death makes this trope moot.]])

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* DidNotGetTheGirl: Quasimodo in the 1939 film (in all the others, [[spoiler: his death makes this trope moot.]]))



* HighAltitudeInterrogation: [[spoiler:Quasimodo]] holds [[spoiler:Frollo]] over the edge of Notre Dame in the 1997 film, in order to make him confess to the murder for which [[spoiler:Esmeralda]] was blamed.

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* HighAltitudeInterrogation: [[spoiler:Quasimodo]] In the 1997 version, Quasimodo holds [[spoiler:Frollo]] Frollo over the edge of Notre Dame in the 1997 film, Dame, in order to make him confess to the murder for which [[spoiler:Esmeralda]] Esmeralda was blamed.



* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[spoiler:Quasimodo]] does this to [[spoiler:Frollo]] in the 1982 version.

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* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: [[spoiler:Quasimodo]] Quasimodo does this to [[spoiler:Frollo]] Frollo in the 1982 version.



* MurderByMistake: In the 1997 film, Frollo picks up a dagger to kill Esmeralda; [[spoiler:Quasimodo]] intervenes and is unintentionally and fatally stabbed as a result.

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* MurderByMistake: In the 1997 film, Frollo picks up a dagger to kill Esmeralda; [[spoiler:Quasimodo]] Quasimodo intervenes and is unintentionally and fatally stabbed as a result.



* SparedByTheAdaptation: [[spoiler:Quasimodo in the 1939 version, and Esmeralda in the 1923, 1939, 1982 and 1997 versions.]]

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: [[spoiler:Quasimodo Quasimodo in the 1939 version, and Esmeralda in the 1923, 1939, 1982 and 1997 versions.]]
26th Mar '17 10:36:16 AM Madrugada
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[[caption-width-right:229:Top to bottom, Creator/LonChaney (1923), Creator/CharlesLaughton (1939), Creator/AnthonyQuinn (1956)]]
31st Oct '16 1:46:02 PM masterofthehouse
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* DemotedToExtra: In the 1997 version, Phobeus is just a nameless guard (Frollo frames Esmeralda for killing a minister who supports the printing press). He has a more sizable role in the 1939 version, :but is killed by Frollo halfway through the film.

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* DemotedToExtra: In the 1997 version, Phobeus is just a nameless guard (Frollo frames Esmeralda for killing a minister who supports the printing press). He has a more sizable role in the 1939 version, :but but is killed by Frollo halfway through the film.
31st Oct '16 1:45:43 PM masterofthehouse
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* AdaptationalNameChange: Jehan Frollo is renamed John in the 1939 film.



* DemotedToExtra: In the 1997 version, Phobeus is just a nameless guard (Frollo frames Esmeralda for killing a minister who supports the printing press).

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* DemotedToExtra: In the 1997 version, Phobeus is just a nameless guard (Frollo frames Esmeralda for killing a minister who supports the printing press). He has a more sizable role in the 1939 version, :but is killed by Frollo halfway through the film.
3rd Apr '16 4:58:07 AM Faberlich
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The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda.

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The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda.
Esmeralda. It is probably the closest to the book.
26th Dec '15 10:58:22 AM fruitstripegum
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** Jehan does not appear in either the 1982 or 1997 versions.
12th Nov '15 9:51:36 AM PrincessGwen
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* BittersweetEnding: In the 1939 version Esmerelda escapes execution and goes off to be with Gringoire. Quasimodo remains in the cathedral, totally alone. The film ends with him caressing a gargoyle and asking "why was I not made of stone like thee?"

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* BittersweetEnding: In the 1939 version Esmerelda Esmeralda escapes execution and goes off to be with Gringoire. Quasimodo remains in the cathedral, totally alone. The film ends with him caressing a gargoyle and asking "why was I not made of stone like thee?"



* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Where Esmerelda puts the coin King Louix XI throws her in the 1939 film.

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* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Where Esmerelda Esmeralda puts the coin King Louix XI throws her in the 1939 film.
3rd Nov '15 3:02:29 PM DoctorCooper
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** The 1923, 1982 and 1997 versions. Esmeralda is still alive and Frollo has been killed, but Quasimodo is dead.

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** The 1923, 1982 and 1997 versions. Esmeralda is still alive and Frollo has been killed, but Quasimodo [[spoiler:Quasimodo is dead.dead]].
2nd Nov '15 4:04:40 PM fruitstripegum
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** The 1923, 1982 and 1997 versions. Esmeralda is still alive and Frollo has been killed, but Quasimodo is dead.



* DidNotGetTheGirl: Quasimodo in the 1939 film (in all the others, [[spoiler:his death makes this trope moot.]])

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* DidNotGetTheGirl: Quasimodo in the 1939 film (in all the others, [[spoiler:his [[spoiler: his death makes this trope moot.]]) ]])
* DownerEnding: The 1956 version, which is true to the book's ending.
30th Oct '15 10:32:09 AM freesefan
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* DeathByAdaptation: Frollo's stabbing of [[spoiler:Phoebus is fatal]] in the 1939 version.

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* DeathByAdaptation: Frollo's stabbing of [[spoiler:Phoebus Phoebus is fatal]] fatal in the 1939 version.


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* RightHandCat: Frollo keeps several cats in his study in the 1939 film.


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* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Where Esmerelda puts the coin King Louix XI throws her in the 1939 film.
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