The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)
quasimodo rings the bells
The opening credits music from this film is heard at one point.
A gypsy girl is kind to a hunchback.
Thinking he must have his dress on wrong, Jack jokes that he looks like the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Ray practices pickpocketing on a doll with bells similar to the one the Court of Miracles tests Gringoire with.
Mentioned in dialogue
when talking with Charles Laughton, Steve Martin mentions the movie.
Phil Cool impersonates Charles Laughton as Quasimodo
Phil Cool's impression of Quasimodo is based on Charles Laughton.
Jack, imitating Quasimodo, says, "Sanctuary! Sanctuary!"
Referenced in dialog
When Raphael spotted April.
Phil Cool impersonates Charles Laughton's Quasimodo
Buster runs away from Elmyra, screaming, "Sanctuary! Sanctuary!"
Tom: "Sanctuary! Sanctuary!"
Tom (as Quasimodo): "Sanctuary! Sanctuary!"
Crow: Sanctuary! Sanctuary!
When Horror is falling he shouts "Sanctuary" like Quasimodo
Colin Hunt does an impression of the hunchback from this movie.
The Hunchback is invited to the Munster's Xmas party
ChaCha offers to lend Walter the video.
Homer runs into the church and screams, "Sanctuary! Sanctuary!"
Tara and Buffy try to discuss the Hunchback of Notre Dame, but Tara's talking about the 1939 version and Buffy's talking about the animated Disney version
Amber calls Tanya Quasimodo.
When Van Helsing fights Mr. Hyde at Notre Dame Cathedral, Mr. Hyde yells, "The bells! The bells!"
Mentioned by Eddie, and a still image is shown.
When Liz says "I'm so grotesque."
Taylor and Ryan talk about the film and it's content.
martin Scorsese mentions that some sets from that movie were used in Mademoiselle Fifi (1944)
The movie was mentioned upon Charles Laughton's work.
mentioned among hit movies from 1939
Jill mistakenly describes Quasimodo while trying to guess Pacino's new stage role
The classic movie image of Quasimodo is the hotel's chef. He has a pet rat named Esmerelda.
Rosa calls Amy "Quasimodo".
excerpts the scaffold scene to demonstrate the use of Alfred Newman's score
Brendan watches this movie on TV
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Taylor and Ryan watch the film on DVD.
Contains a scene from the film.
also starring Charles Laughton
Parodied in "Salute to RKO" sketch.
When Spike has dressed up as Bligh, Ted says 'Here comes Charles Laughton's Hunchback of Notre Dame.'
A caricature of Charles Laughton as the Hunchback appears.