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* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Les temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[ExaggeratedTrope notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after it's already shifted gears several times already!) and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[IncrediblyLongNote a powerful high A-flat.]]

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* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Les temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[ExaggeratedTrope notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after after it's already shifted gears several times already!) times, and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[IncrediblyLongNote a powerful high A-flat.]]


* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Les temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[UpToEleven notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after it's already shifted gears several times already!) and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic a powerful high A-flat.]]

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* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Les temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[UpToEleven [[ExaggeratedTrope notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after it's already shifted gears several times already!) and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic [[IncrediblyLongNote a powerful high A-flat.]]

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* WorldsMostBeautifulWoman: As the classic Notre Dame story goes. Exemplified best by the song "Belle", where the three male leads sing about their urgent sexual desire for Esmeralda.


* VillainLoveSong: "Être prêtre et aimer une femme" (To be a Priest and Love a Woman): Frollo about Esmeralda.
** "Tu vas me détruire" (You Will Destroy Me) sung by Frollo is kind of an inversion. He's being "[[NeverMyFault seduced]]" by one of the ''good guys''.

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* VillainLoveSong: "Être prêtre et aimer une femme" (To be a Priest and Love a Woman): femme": Frollo about Esmeralda.
** "Tu vas me détruire" (You Will Destroy Me) sung by Frollo is kind of an inversion. He's being "[[NeverMyFault seduced]]" by one of the ''good guys''.


* VillainLoveSong: "Être prêtre et aimer une femme": Frollo about Esmeralda.
** "Tu vas me détruire" sung by Frollo is kind of an inversion. He's being "[[NeverMyFault seduced]]" by one of the ''good guys''.

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* VillainLoveSong: "Être prêtre et aimer une femme": femme" (To be a Priest and Love a Woman): Frollo about Esmeralda.
** "Tu vas me détruire" (You Will Destroy Me) sung by Frollo is kind of an inversion. He's being "[[NeverMyFault seduced]]" by one of the ''good guys''.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Quasimodo is played by the adorably baby-faced Garou.
** Quasimodo is given makeup that's meant to distort his features, but the success varies greatly by the production and actor's actual face.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Quasimodo is played by the adorably baby-faced Garou. \n** Quasimodo is Hes given makeup that's meant to distort his features, but the success varies greatly by the production and actor's actual face.


** Frollo finally goes insane, complete with InsaneLaugh, in "Mon maître, mon sauveur (My Master My Saviour)".

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** Frollo finally goes insane, complete with InsaneLaugh, [[LaughingMad Insane Laugh]], in "Mon maître, mon sauveur (My Master My Saviour)".


''Notre-Dame de Paris'' is an ''enormously'' popular (as in, ''"played in Korea"'' popular) French-language rock opera created in 1998, originally starring Québecois singing sensation Garou. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Creator/VictorHugo, better known in English as ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.

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''Notre-Dame de Paris'' is an ''enormously'' popular (as in, ''"played in Korea"'' popular) French-language rock opera created in 1998, originally starring Québecois singing sensation Garou.

It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Creator/VictorHugo, better known in English as ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.


''Notre-Dame de Paris'' is an ''enormously'' popular (as in, played in ''Korea'' popular) French-language rock opera, originally starring Québecois singing sensation Garou. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Creator/VictorHugo, better known in English as ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.

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''Notre-Dame de Paris'' is an ''enormously'' popular (as in, played ''"played in ''Korea'' Korea"'' popular) French-language rock opera, opera created in 1998, originally starring Québecois singing sensation Garou. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Creator/VictorHugo, better known in English as ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.
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* BrokenPedestal: Esmeralda's love for and faith in Phoebus is utterly destroyed when he brutally kills [[spoiler:Clopin]] in front of her.



** Fleur-de-Lys also has a one, in "La Monture", about how she was destroyed by Phoebus and she'll only take him back if he hangs Esmeralda

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** Fleur-de-Lys also has a one, in "La Monture", about how she was destroyed by Phoebus and she'll only take him back if he hangs EsmeraldaEsmeralda.


* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Les temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[UpToEleven notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after it's already shifted gears several times already!) and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome a powerful high A-flat.]]

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* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Les temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[UpToEleven notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after it's already shifted gears several times already!) and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic a powerful high A-flat.]]


* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Led temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[UpToEleven notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after it's already shifted gears several times already!) and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome a powerful high A-flat.]]

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* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Led "Les temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[UpToEleven notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after it's already shifted gears several times already!) and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome a powerful high A-flat.]]

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* TruckDriversGearChange: All over the place, most notably in "Led temps de cathedrales" and "Danse, mon Esmeralda", with the latter being especially [[UpToEleven notable]] due to it coming to a conclusive close (after it's already shifted gears several times already!) and ''still'' going up one last time, to top out at [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome a powerful high A-flat.]]

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** Quasimodo is given makeup that's meant to distort his features, but the success varies greatly by the production and actor's actual face.

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