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* CharacterSpecificPages: Characters/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameDisneyJudgeClaudeFrollo

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* CharacterSpecificPages: Characters/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameDisneyJudgeClaudeFrollo[[Characters/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameDisneyJudgeClaudeFrollo Judge Claude Frollo]]

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* CrossRegionalVoiceActing: The Latin American Spanish dub was recorded at Cinema Digital S.C., which was located in Los Angeles in the United States, as well as Mexico City and Monterrey in Mexico. While most of the cast who recorded the dialogue were from Mexico City at the time, Fernando Escandón (Frollo), Renée Victor (Laverne) and Fabiola Stevenson (Quasimodo's mother) recorded their lines in L.A., and Julio Sosa (Clopin) recorded his dialogue in his native Monterrey.



* InternationalCoproduction: The Latin American Spanish dub was recorded at Cinema Digital S.C., which was located in Los Angeles in the United States, as well as Mexico City and Monterrey in Mexico. While most of the cast who recorded the dialogue were from Mexico City at the time, Fernando Escandón (Frollo), Renée Victor (Laverne) and Fabiola Stevenson (Quasimodo's mother) recorded their lines in L.A., and Julio Sosa (Clopin) recorded his dialogue in his native Monterrey.


* NonSingingVoice: Averted; with the exception of Esmeralda, every actor does their own singing. Tom Hulce, Quasimodo's voice actor, wanted to be a singer when he was younger.

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Averted; with the exception of Esmeralda, every actor does their own singing. Tom Hulce, Quasimodo's voice actor, wanted to be a singer when he was younger.younger.
** In the Norwegian dub, Frollo's speaking voice is done by Even Stormoen (previous voice of [[WesternAnimation/TheLionKing Scar)]], while his singing voice is provided by Paul Åge Johannessen (previous voice of [[WesternAnimation/BeautyAndTheBeast Gaston).]]



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** According to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyNlyzIQOWs&lc=UgzCNlwa1iKfTVDKnD54AaABAg Nat Jay]], Tony Jay wasn't able to initially reach the final note for "Hellfire", so he requested for the key to be lowered. Alan Menken refused which essentially forced Tony to take voice lessons for it, resulting in the iconic final note of the song.


* FakeNationality: The Caucasian Demi Moore voices the Romani Esmeralda.

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* FakeNationality: The Caucasian Demi Moore voices None of the Romani Esmeralda.actors are French, despite the story taking place there.


** [[MsFanservice/AnimatedFilms Ms. Fanservice - Animated Films]]



** [[Sequelitis/{{Disney}} Sequelitis: Disney]] (along with [[WesternAnimation/TheHunchbackOfNotreDameII its sequel)]]

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* FakeNationality: The Caucasian Demi Moore voices the Romani Esmeralda.


** DarkerAndEdgier.AnimatedFilms

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** DarkerAndEdgier.AnimatedFilms[[DarkerAndEdgier/AnimatedFilms Darker and Edgier - Animated Films]]


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* AdaptationalContextChange: Here, Quasimodo's pillory scene occurs during the Feast of Fools, a result of the fickle mob suddenly turning against him. In the original novel, this scene took place the next day, and it was Quasimodo's punishment for having attempted to kidnap Esmeralda on Frollo's orders.

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* TwoVoicesOneCharacter: Mary Wickes was the primary voice for Laverne. Jane Withers later provided the character's remaining dialogue after Wickes succumbed to cancer during production.

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Mary Wickes completed most of her lines for Laverne. However, Wickes died of cancer in 1995, so Jane Withers replaced her for the film's final scenes.


** The fanatical Catholic Judge Frollo is voiced by Tony Jay, who is Jewish in real life.

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** The Judge Claude Frollo, a fanatical Catholic Judge Frollo Catholic, is voiced by Tony Jay, who is Jewish in real life.


** The US stage Frollo, Patrick Page, was actually an award-winning stage magician back in his teenage years.

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** The One of the US stage actors for Frollo, Patrick Page, was actually an award-winning stage magician back in his teenage years.

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