History YMMV / TheHunchbackOfNotreDame

11th Dec '17 4:21:18 AM rufusluciusivan
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* DieForOurShip: Frollo/Esmeralda fans of any of the adaptations are eager to kill off Phoebus for the sake of this ship. Then again, even if you ''don't'' support this ship, almost every ''Hunchback of Notre Dame'' fan would gladly see Phoebus die.

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* DieForOurShip: Frollo/Esmeralda fans of any of the adaptations are eager to kill off Phoebus for the sake of this ship. Then again, even if you ''don't'' support this ship, almost every ''Hunchback of Notre Dame'' fan would gladly see Phoebus novel!Phoebus die.
4th Dec '17 2:40:57 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* UnfortunateImplications: While "no one is entitled to another person's romantic love" is a fine moral, [[http://ddnosakechi.tumblr.com/post/165123962288/i-say-this-as-the-biggest-fan-of-hunchback some viewers have argued]] that the film's aesop as presented is actually cold comfort to a disabled person, and rather infantilizing besides.
4th Dec '17 12:11:50 PM PrincessGwen
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** The original ending where[[spoiler:Quasimodo is stabbed by Frollo only for Frollo to die later and Quasimodo's wish to ring the bells one last time bears some simularities to the 1997 version which came out a year later]].

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** The original ending where[[spoiler:Quasimodo where [[spoiler:Quasimodo is stabbed by Frollo only for Frollo to die later and Quasimodo's wish to ring the bells one last time bears some simularities similarities to the 1997 version version, which came out a year later]].
3rd Dec '17 5:12:41 PM OrigamiTovaychy
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** The original ending where[[Quasimodo is stabbed by Frollo only for Frollo to die later and Quasimodo's wish to ring the bells one last time bears some simularities to the 1997 version which came out a year later]].

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** The original ending where[[Quasimodo where[[spoiler:Quasimodo is stabbed by Frollo only for Frollo to die later and Quasimodo's wish to ring the bells one last time bears some simularities to the 1997 version which came out a year later]].
3rd Dec '17 5:11:48 PM OrigamiTovaychy
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** The original ending where[[Quasimodo is stabbed by Frollo only for Frollo to die later and Quasimodo's wish to ring the bells one last time bears some simularities to the 1997 version which came out a year later]].
1st Dec '17 9:32:06 PM Eggnogyum
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* UnfortunateImplications: While "no one is entitled to another person's romantic love" is a fine moral, [[http://ddnosakechi.tumblr.com/post/165123962288/i-say-this-as-the-biggest-fan-of-hunchback some viewers have argued]] that the film's aesop as presented is actually cold comfort to a disabled person, and rather infantilizing besides.
18th Nov '17 5:01:15 AM PrincessGwen
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* UnfortunateImplications: While "no one is entitled to another person's romantic love" is a fine moral, [[http://ddnosakechi.tumblr.com/post/165123962288/i-say-this-as-the-biggest-fan-of-hunchback some viewers have argued]] that the film's aesop as presented is actually cold comfort to a disabled person, and rather infantilizing besides.
3rd Nov '17 7:45:41 PM Carliro
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** Djali and Hugo being both male characters that tie the knot has sparked the seeds on interested in the fandom.


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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: Not ''fully'', mind you, but some people are now more open to Hugo due to his attraction to Djali, making him possibly LGBT.
18th Oct '17 5:23:00 AM annieholmes
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** In the stage show, as pointed out by the actors themselves on Twitter. Patrick Page plays Frollo, Quasimodo (Michael Arden)'s father figure. Come the ''Theatre/SpringAwakening'' revival, directed by Michael Arden, Page plays the Adult Man - a composite of multiple characters, one of which is Herr Rilow, Hänschen Rilow's father. Hänschen is played by Andy Mientus, Michael Arden's fiancé.

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** In the stage show, as pointed out by the actors themselves on Twitter. Patrick Page plays Frollo, Quasimodo (Michael Arden)'s father figure. Come the ''Theatre/SpringAwakening'' revival, directed by Michael Arden, Page plays the Adult Man - a composite of multiple characters, one of which is Herr Rilow, Hänschen Rilow's father. Hänschen is played by Andy Mientus, Michael Arden's fiancé.husband.
17th Oct '17 1:35:25 PM Darkmoonfire
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* UnfortunateImplications: While "no one is entitled to another person's romantic love" is a fine moral,
[[http://ddnosakechi.tumblr.com/post/165123962288/i-say-this-as-the-biggest-fan-of-hunchback some viewers have argued]] that the film's aesop as presented is actually cold comfort to a disabled person, and rather infantilizing besides.

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* UnfortunateImplications: While "no one is entitled to another person's romantic love" is a fine moral,
moral, [[http://ddnosakechi.tumblr.com/post/165123962288/i-say-this-as-the-biggest-fan-of-hunchback some viewers have argued]] that the film's aesop as presented is actually cold comfort to a disabled person, and rather infantilizing besides.
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