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* InterClassRomance: Social class proves to be an obstacle in Phoebus and Esmeralda's relationship



* SparedByTheAdaptation: Unlike in the original novel, Esmeralda lives. However, Quasimodo still dies.

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Unlike in the original novel, Esmeralda lives. However, Quasimodo still dies.dies.
* [[UptownGirl Uptown Boy]]: Social class proves to be an obstacle in Phoebus and Esmeralda's relationship.


* DisposableFiance: Fleur-de-Lys is still in the story, and becomes this trope as a result of Phoebus ending up with Esmeralda. Fleur seems very "meh, whatever" about her fiance running off with another woman. [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse The screenwriters might not have thought this through completely.]]

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* DisposableFiance: Fleur-de-Lys is still in the story, and becomes this trope as a result of Phoebus ending up with Esmeralda. Fleur seems to be very "meh, whatever" about her fiance running off with another woman. [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse The screenwriters might not have thought this through completely.]]


* DisposableFiance: Fleur-de-Lys is still in the story, and becomes this trope as a result of Phoebus ending up with Esmeralda. Fleur seems very "meh, whatever" about her fiance running off with another woman. The screenwriters might not have thought this through completely.

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* DisposableFiance: Fleur-de-Lys is still in the story, and becomes this trope as a result of Phoebus ending up with Esmeralda. Fleur seems very "meh, whatever" about her fiance running off with another woman. [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse The screenwriters might not have thought this through completely.]]


* DisposableFiance: Fleur-de-Lys is still in the story, and becomes this trope as a result of Phoebus ending up with Esmeralda. Fleur seems very "meh, whatever" about her fiance running with another woman. The screenwriters might not have thought this through completely.

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* DisposableFiance: Fleur-de-Lys is still in the story, and becomes this trope as a result of Phoebus ending up with Esmeralda. Fleur seems very "meh, whatever" about her fiance running off with another woman. The screenwriters might not have thought this through completely.


* DisposableFiance: Fleur-de-lys is still in the story, and becomes this trope as a result of Phoebus ending up with Esmeralda.

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* DisposableFiance: Fleur-de-lys Fleur-de-Lys is still in the story, and becomes this trope as a result of Phoebus ending up with Esmeralda.Esmeralda. Fleur seems very "meh, whatever" about her fiance running with another woman. The screenwriters might not have thought this through completely.

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* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: "All Quasimodo knew was that this girl had once been kind to him," says the TitleCard explaining why he rescued Esmeralda.


* MythologyGag: When Jehan tries to convince Esmeralda to run away with him, he's wearing the robes of the Church, which he hastily explains by saying that it was the only way he could get past the guards. No doubt this is a nod to the fact that it was his priest brother Claude who lusted for Esmeralda in the original novel.

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* MythologyGag: When Jehan tries to convince Esmeralda to run away with him, he's wearing the robes of the Church, which he hastily explains by saying that it was the only way he could get past the guards. No doubt this is a nod Apparently, that's as close as they could get to the fact that it was his having a priest brother Claude who lusted for Esmeralda in as the original novel.villain in 1923.

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* MythologyGag: When Jehan tries to convince Esmeralda to run away with him, he's wearing the robes of the Church, which he hastily explains by saying that it was the only way he could get past the guards. No doubt this is a nod to the fact that it was his priest brother Claude who lusted for Esmeralda in the original novel.


* PrincessForADay: Phoebus has Esmeralda dressed up like a noblewoman, and then he brings her to a ball, where he introduces her as "Her Highness, Princess of Egypt."

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* PrincessForADay: Phoebus has dresses Esmeralda dressed up like a noblewoman, noblewoman and then he brings her to a ball, where he introduces her as "Her Highness, Princess of Egypt."


* PrincessForADay: Phoebus has Esmeralda dressed up like a noblewoman and takes her to a ball, where he introduces her as "Her Highness, Princess of Egypt."

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* PrincessForADay: Phoebus has Esmeralda dressed up like a noblewoman noblewoman, and takes then he brings her to a ball, where he introduces her as "Her Highness, Princess of Egypt."

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* PrincessForADay: Phoebus has Esmeralda dressed up like a noblewoman and takes her to a ball, where he introduces her as "Her Highness, Princess of Egypt."


* AdaptationRelationshipOverhaul: Esmeralda still rescues Gringoire in the Court of Miracles, but their chaste marriage is eliminated.

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* AdaptationRelationshipOverhaul: Esmeralda still rescues Gringoire in the Court of Miracles, but their chaste marriage is eliminated.doesn't happen.

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* AdaptationRelationshipOverhaul: Esmeralda still rescues Gringoire in the Court of Miracles, but their chaste marriage is eliminated.


* DemotedToExtra: Gringore is pretty much reduced to being Phoebus' [[AdaptationalComicRelief goofy sidekick]], mostly just to keep him in the story.

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* DemotedToExtra: Gringore Gringoire is pretty much reduced to being Phoebus' [[AdaptationalComicRelief goofy sidekick]], mostly just to keep him in the story.


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* ShipperOnDeck: In this version, Gringoire doesn't want Esmeralda for himself and is instead rooting for her to get together with Phoebus.

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