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the disney princess. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - Phoebus and Esmeralda. .. Meet the Robinsons lol this is seriously hilarious i love this part. Will McSorley. The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a American animated musical drama film produced by . Afterward, Quasimodo comes to accept that Phoebus and Esmeralda are in love, and The concept obstinately refused to pull together, but while they were working on the project they were summoned to meet with Katzenberg. Esmeralda first met the Archdeacon when Frollo ordered Phoebus to arrest her and Phoebus refused. The Archdeacon was on her back, ordering Frollo and the .
He bluffs to Quasimodo, saying that he knows about the Court of Miracles and that he intends to attack at dawn with 1, men. Using the map Esmeralda gave him, Quasimodo and Phoebus find the court to warn the gypsies, only for Frollo to follow them and capture all the gypsies present.
Frollo prepares to burn Esmeralda at the stake after she rejects his advances, but Quasimodo rescues her and brings her to the cathedral.
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Phoebus releases the gypsies and rallies the Paris citizens against Frollo and his men, who try to break into the cathedral. Quasimodo and the gargoyles pour molten lead onto the streets to ensure no one enters, but Frollo successfully manages to get inside. He pursues Quasimodo and Esmeralda to the balcony where he and Quasimodo fight and both fall over the edge.Phoebus' Return to Paris
Frollo falls to his death in the molten lead, while Quasimodo is caught by Phoebus on a lower floor. Afterward, Quasimodo comes to accept that Phoebus and Esmeralda are in love, and he gives them his blessing. The two encourage him to leave the cathedral into the outside world, where the citizens hail him as a hero and accept him into society.
Voice cast Tom Hulce as QuasimodoNotre Dame Cathedral's year-old hunchbacked bell ringer who dreams of seeing life outside the bell tower. Despite the fact that Quasimodo is being constantly informed by his guardian Judge Claude Frollo that he is an ugly monster, Clopin 's opening song asks listeners to judge for themselves "what makes a monster and what makes a man" of the two.
James Baxter served as the supervising animator for Quasimodo. Demi Moore as Esmeralda singing voice by Heidi Mollenhauera beautiful, streetwise Gypsy dancing girl who befriends Quasimodo and shows him that his soul is truly beautiful, even if his exterior is not.
Highly independent and strong-minded, she abhors Frollo's cruel treatment of Paris's gypsies and other outcasts, and seeks justice for them throughout the film. She falls in love with and later marries Captain Phoebus. Tony Fucile served as the supervising animator for Esmeralda. Due to his god complexhe believes that he is above everyone else and can do no wrong, and that the world around him is full of corruption except within himself.
This is shown by his intense hatred of the gypsy population and his desire to wipe out their entire race. Like his original character in Victor Hugo 's novelFrollo displays a sadistic and lustful obsession with Esmeralda.
Frollo generally believes all he does is in God's will, despite frequent disagreements with the cathedral's Archdeacon. He does not approve of Frollo's methods and saves people whenever they are in danger, including his love interest Esmeralda, whom he later marries. Russ Edmonds served as the supervising animator for Phoebus and Achilles his horse is voiced by Bob Bergenwho also voices baby Quasimodo.
Paul Kandel as Clopin Trouillefoua puppeteer, storyteller, and mischievous leader of all the gypsies and thieves of Paris. Michael Surrey served as the supervising animator for Clopin. This would be Wickes' final acting performance; she died a year before its release, at age Jane Withers provided the remaining dialogue for Laverne in the film's sequel and related merchandise.
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David Pruiksma served as the supervising animator for Victor and Hugo, while Will Finn served as the supervising animator for Laverne. David Ogden Stiers as the Archdeaconthe unnamed head priest at Notre Dame and a kind man who helps many characters throughout the film, including Quasimodo and Esmeralda, while disapproving of Frollo's actions.
Dave Burgess served as the supervising animator for the Archdeacon. Frank Welker as Djali, Esmeralda's pet goat, and Hugo's love interest. Ron Husband served as the supervising animator for Djali. Frank Welker also voices a baby bird that Quasimodo persuades to fly away. Corey Burton as Brutish Guard, a brutish member of Frollo's soldiers. Corey Burton also voices a miller whose home is burned by Frollo.
Phoebus referred to this one as a lieutenant. Gary Trousdale as The Old Heretic — A prisoner and a minor character in the film who dreams to be free. He accidentally gets freed from one prison, but then is trapped in another prison.
Bob Bergen as Achilles, Phoebus' horse. Production Development The idea to adapt The Hunchback of Notre Dame came from development executive David Stainton inwho was inspired to turn Victor Hugo's novel The Hunchback of Notre-Dame into an animated feature film after reading the Classics Illustrated comic book adaptation.
Following Beauty and the BeastGary Trousdale had taken the opportunity to take a break from directing, instead spending several months developing storyboards for The Lion King. He said, 'Guys, drop everything — you're working on Hunchback now. Also included were visits to the Palace of Justice and an original location of the Court of Miracles. We were not going to end it the way the book ended, with everybody dead. In the early drafts, Quasimodo served as a Cyrano between Phoebus and Esmeralda, but it was discarded to focus more on Quasimodo.
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Out of that decision grew the idea of some sort of a triangle between Quasimodo, Esmeralda and Phoebus. The gargoyles of Notre Dame were added to the story by Trousdale and Wise.
Their portrayal as comedic friends and confidantes of Quasimodo was inspired by a portion of the novel, which reads "The other statues, the ones of monsters and demons, felt no hatred for Quasimodo…The saints were his friends and blessed him the monsters were his friends, and protected him. Thus he would pour out his heart at length to them. While Frollo's death was retained — and, indeed, made even more horrific — Quasimodo and Esmerelda were both spared their fates and given a happy ending.
This revised ending was based in part on Victor Hugo's own libretto to a Hunchback opera, in which he had permitted Captain Phoebus to save Esmerelda from her execution.
Casting In latepop singer Cyndi Lauper was the first actor attached to the film during its initial stages. Thinking she was cast as Esmeralda, Lauper was startled to learn she was to voice a gargoyle named Quinn, and was hired one week after one reading with the directors.
However, Disney's legal department objected to the proposed names of the gargoyles, fearing that the estates of Lon ChaneyCharles Laughtonor Anthony Quinn who was still alive at the time would file a lawsuit over using their names so the names were dropped. Meanwhile, Charles Kimbrough was cast as Victor, who was initially unimpressed at an animated adaptation of Hunchback, but later became rather impressed at the level of research that went into the film and how the story ideas transitioned from the novel to the screen.
Phoebus Esmeralda and Phoebus Phoebus was first introduced to Esmeralda at the Feast of Fools, where her alluring performance immediately caught his attention. After saving Quasimodo from the cruelty of Frollo and the people of Paris, Esmeralda sought refuge in the Notre Dame cathedral. Phoebus took the opportunity to greet the gypsy, though their first interactions were rather rough, as she found herself untrusting toward a member of Frollo's army. Nevertheless, Phoebus proves he's merely seeking friendship, as opposed to her freedom, earning a modest token of gratitude before Frollo arrives and spoils the moment.
Later on, after seeing Phoebus betray Frollo and his laws in exchange for the lives of innocent Paris citizens, Esmeralda begins to warm up to the now former soldier, and eventually saves his life from an attacking Frollo and his guards.
That same night, after bringing him to Notre Dame to recover from the attack, Esmeralda and Phoebus share a soft conversation, and soon find themselves falling in love, sealing their mutual romantic attraction with a loving kiss.
Following the events of the film, the two eventually marry and have a son named named Zephyr. Family Esmeralda and her son, Zephyr, love each other very much. Friends Quasimodo Esmeralda befriends Quasimodo Ever since they first met, Esmeralda and Quasimodo have had a great and strong friendship. She helps Quasimodo when he is being publicly humiliated at the Festival of Fools because of his unattractive looks, which leads to Quasimodo developing strong romantic affections for her to which she is unaware.
After singing "God Help the Outcast", she was terrified to see Quasimodo being scared away by a selfish parishioner who mistook him causing trouble. Quasimodo, in turn, helps Esmeralda secretly escape the cathedral and later bravely saves her from being burned at the stake, and weeps over her when he believes she is dead. During their fight with Frollo, Esmeralda is nearly killed by Frollo because she will not let Quasimodo fall to his death.