History Film / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

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* For the 1996 Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon version, click [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame here]].



* For the 1996 Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon version, click [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame here]].
25th Jan '18 2:21:57 PM Saveelich
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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. It is the closest to the book.

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\n* The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda. [[TruerToTheText It is the closest to the book.
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12th Dec '17 1:45:31 PM Saveelich
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** The American 1923 black-and-white silent version produced by Creator/{{Universal}} featured Creator/LonChaney as Quasimodo.

** The American 1939 black-and-white sound version produced by RKO Pictures featured Creator/CharlesLaughton as Quasimodo and Creator/MaureenOHara as Esmeralda.

** The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda. It is the closest to the book.

** The British-American 1982 version produced by Norman Rosemont and Malcolm J. Christopher featured Creator/AnthonyHopkins as Quasimodo and Creator/DerekJacobi as Frollo.

** The 1997 television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak featured Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.

** For the 1996 Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon version, click [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame here]].

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** * The American 1923 black-and-white silent version produced by Creator/{{Universal}} featured Creator/LonChaney as Quasimodo.

** * The American 1939 black-and-white sound version produced by RKO Pictures featured Creator/CharlesLaughton as Quasimodo and Creator/MaureenOHara as Esmeralda.

** * The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda. It is the closest to the book.

** * The British-American 1982 version produced by Norman Rosemont and Malcolm J. Christopher featured Creator/AnthonyHopkins as Quasimodo and Creator/DerekJacobi as Frollo.

** * The 1997 television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak featured Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.

** * For the 1996 Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon version, click [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame here]].
12th Dec '17 1:45:11 PM Saveelich
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* The American 1923 black-and-white silent version produced by Creator/{{Universal}} featured Creator/LonChaney as Quasimodo.

* The American 1939 black-and-white sound version produced by RKO Pictures featured Creator/CharlesLaughton as Quasimodo and Creator/MaureenOHara as Esmeralda.

* The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda. It is the closest to the book.

* The British-American 1982 version produced by Norman Rosemont and Malcolm J. Christopher featured Creator/AnthonyHopkins as Quasimodo and Creator/DerekJacobi as Frollo.

* The 1997 television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak featured Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.

* For the Disney version, click [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame here]].

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* ** The American 1923 black-and-white silent version produced by Creator/{{Universal}} featured Creator/LonChaney as Quasimodo.

* ** The American 1939 black-and-white sound version produced by RKO Pictures featured Creator/CharlesLaughton as Quasimodo and Creator/MaureenOHara as Esmeralda.

* ** The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda. It is the closest to the book.

* ** The British-American 1982 version produced by Norman Rosemont and Malcolm J. Christopher featured Creator/AnthonyHopkins as Quasimodo and Creator/DerekJacobi as Frollo.

* ** The 1997 television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak featured Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.

* ** For the Disney 1996 Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon version, click [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame here]].
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12th Dec '17 1:44:02 PM Saveelich
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There have been numerous live-action film versions of ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'':

The American 1923 black-and-white silent version produced by Creator/{{Universal}} featured Creator/LonChaney as Quasimodo.

The American 1939 black-and-white sound version produced by RKO Pictures featured Creator/CharlesLaughton as Quasimodo and Creator/MaureenOHara as Esmeralda.

The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda. It is the closest to the book.

The British-American 1982 version produced by Norman Rosemont and Malcolm J. Christopher featured Creator/AnthonyHopkins as Quasimodo and Creator/DerekJacobi as Frollo.

The 1997 television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak featured Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.

For the Disney version, click [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame here]].

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There have been numerous live-action film versions screen adaptations of ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'':

''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. Among them:

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The American 1923 black-and-white silent version produced by Creator/{{Universal}} featured Creator/LonChaney as Quasimodo.

* The American 1939 black-and-white sound version produced by RKO Pictures featured Creator/CharlesLaughton as Quasimodo and Creator/MaureenOHara as Esmeralda.

* The French-Italian 1956 color version produced by Paris Film Productions and Panitalia featured Creator/AnthonyQuinn as Quasimodo and Creator/GinaLollobrigida as Esmeralda. It is the closest to the book.

* The British-American 1982 version produced by Norman Rosemont and Malcolm J. Christopher featured Creator/AnthonyHopkins as Quasimodo and Creator/DerekJacobi as Frollo.

* The 1997 television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak featured Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.

* For the Disney version, click [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame here]].
12th Dec '17 1:41:10 PM Saveelich
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[[caption-width-right:300:Top to bottom, Creator/LonChaney (1923), Creator/CharlesLaughton (1939), Creator/AnthonyQuinn (1956)]]

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12th Dec '17 1:40:35 PM Saveelich
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12th Dec '17 1:35:42 PM Saveelich
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* TruerToTheText: The 1956 film is the closest to the book.
12th Dec '17 1:33:04 PM Saveelich
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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. It is probably the closest to the book.

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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. It is probably the closest to the book.
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* MutualKill: In the 1923 film, Jehan fatally stabs Quasimodo, but the hunchback manages to throw his master off the ramparts of Notre Dame before succumbing to his wound.
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