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* ''[[Film/QuasimodoDelParis Quasimodo d'El Paris]]'' (1999): A French comedy film [[SettingUpdate set in modern day]] directed by and starring Patrick Timsit as Quasimodo. It also stars Richard Berry as Frollo and Mélanie Thierry as Esmeralda.

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* ''[[Film/QuasimodoDelParis Quasimodo d'El Paris]]'' (1999): A French comedy film [[SettingUpdate set in modern then-modern day]] (TheNineties) directed by and starring Patrick Timsit as Quasimodo. It also stars Richard Berry as Frollo and Mélanie Thierry as Esmeralda.


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* ''Theatre/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (1999)


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* ''Theatre/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (1999)
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%%!!''The Hunchback'' provides examples of:
%%* AdaptationalHeroism: Quasimodo doesn't try to kidnap Esmeralda; instead, he fights off the men Frollo hired to do the deed. Unfortunately, the guards think he's to blame.
%%* ChronicVillainy: After being forced to publicly confess and being forgiven by Quasimodo, a newly reformed Frollo relapses into homicidal madness upon seeing Esmeralda.
%%* DemotedToExtra: Phoebus is just a nameless guard. (Frollo frames Esmeralda for killing a minister who supports the printing press.)
%%* HelpMistakenForAttack: Quasimodo fights off the men Frollo hires to kidnap Esmeralda. Unfortunately, he does this ''before'' the soldiers arrive, so they believe that he's the one at fault and refuse to listen when Gringoire tells them that Quasimodo is innocent.
%%* HighAltitudeInterrogation: Quasimodo holds Frollo over the edge of Notre Dame, in order to make him confess to the murder for which Esmeralda was blamed.
%%* MurderByMistake: Frollo picks up a dagger to kill Esmeralda; Quasimodo intervenes and is unintentionally and fatally stabbed as a result.
%%* ThePenance: Frollo whips himself severely several times in a vain attempt to curb his desire for Esmeralda.
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%%This whole section below should be split off into its own new article, titled ''Film/TheHunchback''.
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%%!!''The Hunchback'' provides examples of:
%%* AdaptationalHeroism: Quasimodo doesn't try to kidnap Esmeralda; instead, he fights off the men Frollo hired to do the deed. Unfortunately, the guards think he's to blame.
%%* ChronicVillainy: After being forced to publicly confess and being forgiven by Quasimodo, a newly reformed Frollo relapses into homicidal madness upon seeing Esmeralda.
%%* DemotedToExtra: Phoebus is just a nameless guard. (Frollo frames Esmeralda for killing a minister who supports the printing press.)
%%* HelpMistakenForAttack: Quasimodo fights off the men Frollo hires to kidnap Esmeralda. Unfortunately, he does this ''before'' the soldiers arrive, so they believe that he's the one at fault and refuse to listen when Gringoire tells them that Quasimodo is innocent.
%%* HighAltitudeInterrogation: Quasimodo holds Frollo over the edge of Notre Dame, in order to make him confess to the murder for which Esmeralda was blamed.
%%* MurderByMistake: Frollo picks up a dagger to kill Esmeralda; Quasimodo intervenes and is unintentionally and fatally stabbed as a result.
%%* ThePenance: Frollo whips himself severely several times in a vain attempt to curb his desire for Esmeralda.
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* ''The Hunchback'' (1997): A New Zealand television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak, it starred Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda, and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.

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* ''The Hunchback'' ''Film/TheHunchback'' (1997): A New Zealand television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak, it starred Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda, and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.


''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (''Notre-Dame de Paris'' in French) is a famous 1831 French novel written by Creator/VictorHugo. It is about a deformed hunchback named Quasimodo who lives in the bell towers of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in [[TheLateMiddleAges late 15th century]] {{UsefulNotes/Paris}}, his master Frollo, a gypsy girl named Esmeralda, and the {{tragedy}} that ensues with their interactions.

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''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (''Notre-Dame de Paris'' in French) is a famous 1831 French novel written by Creator/VictorHugo. It is about a deformed hunchback named Quasimodo who lives in the bell towers of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in [[TheLateMiddleAges late 15th century]] {{UsefulNotes/Paris}}, his master Claude Frollo, a gypsy girl named Esmeralda, and the {{tragedy}} that ensues with their interactions.


It has been adapted into numerous other works of media since its initial publication.

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It has been adapted into numerous other works of media since its initial publication. The Creator/{{Disney}} franchise inspired by the novel has its own section below.



The Disney franchise has been separated into its own section.

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The Disney franchise has been separated into its own section.



!!Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame''

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!!Creator/{{Disney}}'s !!Disney's ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame''


* ''Film/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|1982}}'' (1982): A British-American television film produced by Norman Rosemont and Malcolm J. Christopher. It featured Creator/AnthonyHopkins as Quasimodo and Creator/DerekJacobi as Frollo.
* ''Film/TheHunchback'' (1997): A New Zealand television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak, it starred Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda, and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo.

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* ''Film/{{The Hunchback of Notre Dame|1982}}'' Dame|1982}}''[[/index]] (1982): A British-American television film produced by Norman Rosemont and Malcolm J. Christopher. It featured Creator/AnthonyHopkins as Quasimodo and Creator/DerekJacobi as Frollo.
* ''Film/TheHunchback'' ''The Hunchback'' (1997): A New Zealand television film produced by Stephane Reichel and directed by Peter Medak, it starred Creator/MandyPatinkin as Quasimodo, Creator/SalmaHayek as Esmeralda, and Creator/RichardHarris as Frollo. Frollo.
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* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Topsy Turvy Games'' (1996)


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* There is a project of [[Film/DisneyLiveActionRemakes live-action remake]].

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* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Topsy Turvy Games'' (1996)


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The Disney franchise has been separated into its own section.



* ''Theatre/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (1999): A musical based on the [[WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Disney animated film]].

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* ''Theatre/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (1999): A musical based on the [[WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame Disney animated film]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame ({{Creator/Disney}})'' (1996)
** ''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameII'' (2002)



* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame,'' a concept album by [[Music/{{Styx}} Dennis DeYoung]].

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* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame,'' Dame'', a concept album by [[Music/{{Styx}} Dennis DeYoung]].



* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Topsy Turvy Games'' (1996), based on the Disney animated film

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* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Topsy Turvy Games'' (1996), based on the Disney animated film


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!!!Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame''
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[[caption-width-right:350:The logo of Disney's ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame'' (plaque variant)]]
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* ''Theatre/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (1999)

[[AC:Film -- Animated]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (1996)
* ''WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameII'' (2002)

[[AC:Video Games]]
* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Topsy Turvy Games'' (1996)
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* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Topsy Turvy Games'' (1996), based on the Disney animated film


* ''La Esmeralda'' (1836): An opera.
* ''La Esmeralda'' (1844): A ballet.
* ''Theatre/NotreDameDeParis'' (1998): A musical.

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* ''La Esmeralda'' (1836): An opera.
opera composed by Louise Bertin.
* ''La Esmeralda'' (1844): A ballet.
ballet composed by Cesare Pugni.
* ''Theatre/NotreDameDeParis'' (1998): A musical.musical written by Luc Plamondon and composed by Richard Cocciante.


''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (''Notre-Dame de Paris'' in French) is a famous 1831 French novel written by Creator/VictorHugo. It is about a deformed hunchback named Quasimodo who lives in the bell towers of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in [[TheLateMiddleAges late 15th century]] {{UsefulNotes/Paris}}, his master Frollo, a gypsy girl named Esmeralda, and the {{tragedy}} that ensues with their interactions. It has been adapted into numerous other works of media since its initial publication.

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''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (''Notre-Dame de Paris'' in French) is a famous 1831 French novel written by Creator/VictorHugo. It is about a deformed hunchback named Quasimodo who lives in the bell towers of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in [[TheLateMiddleAges late 15th century]] {{UsefulNotes/Paris}}, his master Frollo, a gypsy girl named Esmeralda, and the {{tragedy}} that ensues with their interactions.

It has been adapted into numerous other works of media since its initial publication.


''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' is a famous 1831 French novel written by Creator/VictorHugo. It is about a deformed hunchback named Quasimodo who lives in the bell towers of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in {{UsefulNotes/Paris}}, his master Frollo, a gypsy girl named Esmeralda, and the {{tragedy}} that ensues with their interactions. It has been adapted into numerous other works of media since its initial publication.

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''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' (''Notre-Dame de Paris'' in French) is a famous 1831 French novel written by Creator/VictorHugo. It is about a deformed hunchback named Quasimodo who lives in the bell towers of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in [[TheLateMiddleAges late 15th century]] {{UsefulNotes/Paris}}, his master Frollo, a gypsy girl named Esmeralda, and the {{tragedy}} that ensues with their interactions. It has been adapted into numerous other works of media since its initial publication.

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* ''The Hunchback of Notre Dame,'' a concept album by [[Music/{{Styx}} Dennis DeYoung]].

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