History Headscratchers / TheHunchbackofNotreDame

1st Feb '17 5:16:15 PM E1craZ4life
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* How was the rest of Frollo's alphabet organized?
** G?
** H?
** I?
** J?
** K?
** L?
** M?
** N?
** O?
** P?
** Q?
** R?
** S?
** T?
** U?
** V?
** W?
** X?
** Y?
** Z?
10th Jan '17 7:03:50 AM YasminPerry
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** Because he's racist, [[CaptainObvious duh]]. Of course, he wasn't racist in the novel, but that's a whole 'nother can of worms...
18th Nov '16 9:04:35 AM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** Remember, Clopin has moments that show him as being a lot darker and more malicious than he might seem. He's aware that Quasi is under the "employ" of Frollo and doesn't hesitate to try and ''hang'' him later when he and Phoebus manage to find the Court of Miracles. He also may have done it as a means of humiliating Frollo, hoping that he would step forward to protect Quasimodo, thereby making their connection public.
2nd Nov '16 8:10:34 AM MovieFan2000
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* Why during Quasimodo's humiliation Clopin does nothing to stop the citizens from pelting him ?
30th Oct '16 12:38:29 AM Gess
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** She meant it as "a creature of God", just as all them were, she was reminding them that.
30th Oct '16 12:35:51 AM Gess
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** Uhm, that's what he was going to do, just in the most dramatic fashion possible, because, well, Disney villain.
17th Oct '16 7:56:46 PM k410ren
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* After Frollo grabs the gargoyle after letting go of the cape, why doesn't he chop off Esmeralda's head, slash at her wrists, since she's holding Quasimodo up and then leave her to bleed out, or take the extra two feet to get over the railing and push her and Quasimodo off the balcony?
24th Aug '16 6:07:32 PM beesandhemlock
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** Used to be confused by this as a kid but as an adult I'm pretty sure that the main reason is just straight up white-washing Quasimodo to look white because having a brown, disabled, physically "deformed" lead would be too Radical for Disney, especially seeing as you've already got a socially aware woman of colour as your romantic lead. Could be wrong but I also suspect that he was given red hair because symbolically red hair is typified as a marking of an "Other"; (unappealing, unusual, or strange). Probably also because red hair worked nicely with his green shirt and both injected natural "earthy" tones into the mostly stone grey and gold palette of tthe Notre Dame interior.
26th May '16 8:08:44 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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* Why does the Archdeacon bother trying to reason with Frollo with regards to sparing baby Quasimodo's life, instead of just taking him from him and raising him himself? If Quasi's mother declared sanctuary before Frollo got to her, wouldn't that also extend to cover the baby?
5th May '16 2:17:06 AM annieholmes
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** The stage show explains that Quasimodo is actually Claude Frollo's nephew - Jehan, Claude's brother, fell in love with a Romani woman. So he's half-Romani but passing for white.
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