“The Hunchback of Notre Dame” quotes

Cartoon The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Kirk Wise directed this cartoon in 1996
Title The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Year 1996
Directors Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise
Genre Drama, Musical, Romance, Family, Animation
Plot – The crippled bell-ringer Quasimodo is confined among the spires of Notre Dame Cathedral's bell tower. Twenty years earlier, judge Frollo killed Quasimodo's mother: he was obsessed by the idea of getting rid of the gypsies from the city abd as punishment for his acts, he had been obliged to take care of the boy. Since then, Quasimodo has been living locked up in the bell tower under his guardian’s oppressive supervision, dreaming of joining the people in the square. One day, during the Fools Festival, Quasimodo finds the courage to leave his hiding place and in the square he meets Esmeralda, the woman who will change his life. Intriguing and romantic, the movie is an elegant mix of horror, comedy and strong emotions, written without interruptions and mushiness. Brilliant the idea to animate the three gargoyles adorning the cathedral and to make them Quasimodo's fellow comedians.
All actors – Jason Alexander, Mary Kay Bergman, Corey Burton, Bill Fagerbakke, Tom Hulce, Tony Jay, Paul Kandel, Charles Kimbrough, Kevin Kline, Heidi Mollenhauer, Demi Moore, Patrick Pinney, Gary Trousdale, Jim Cummings, David Ogden Stiers, Frank Welker, Mary Wickes, Jane Withers, Jack Angel, Joan Barber, Scott Barnes, Bob Bergen, Susan Blu, Maureen Brennan, Rodger Bumpass, Victoria Clark, Philip L. Clarke, Jennifer Darling, Debi Derryberry, Jonathan Dokuchitz, Bill Farmer, Laurie Faso, Merwin Foard, Dana Hill, Judy Kaye, Eddie Korbich, Alix Korey, Michael Lindsay, Sherry Lynn, Mona Marshall, Howard McGillin, Mickie McGowan, Anna McNeely, Bruce Moore, Denise Pickering, Phil Proctor, Jan Rabson, Peter Samuel, Kath Soucie, Gordon Stanley, Mary Stout, Marcelo Tubert
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