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The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (2002)

Quasimodo goes into action when a magician seeks to steal one of the bells of Notre Dame.

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Hugo (voice)
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Madellaine (voice)
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Quasimodo (voice)
Paul Kandel ...
Clopin (voice)
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Victor (voice)
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Phoebus (voice)
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Sarousch (voice)
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Esmeralda (voice)
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Zephyr (voice)
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Laverne (voice)
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Archdeacon (voice)
Joe Lala ...
Guard #1 (voice)
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Achilles / Djali (voice)
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Lady DeBurne (voice)
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Now that Frollo is gone, Quasimodo rings the bell with the help of his new friend and Esmeralda's and Phoebus' little son, Zephyr. But when Quasi stops by a traveling circus owned by evil magician Sarousch, he falls for Madellaine, Sarouch's assistant. But greedy Sarousch forces Madellaine to help him steal the Cathedral's most famous bell. Written by Anonymous

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Miracles Do Happen and True Love Can Come True


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19 March 2002 (USA)  »

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A Notre Dame-i toronyőr 2. - A harang rejtélye  »

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Trivia

This film boasts an unusually star-filled cast for a low-budget direct-to-video cartoon. In fact, all of the characters who reprise in this sequel are played by the same actors, except Laverne: Mary Wickes passed away in 1995 shortly before completing her work in the original. Jane Withers, who finished Wickes' work on that film (uncredited), voices the character in this one. See more »

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When Quasi and the gang are off to the circus, Quasi's shoes are brown. Shortly after the circus magic act is over, they are blue. See more »

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[first lines]
Parisian #1: Hey come back. Wait up.
Parisian #2: Oh, what a beautiful day. Good morning.
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This film would not have been possible without the inspiration from the original motion picture and the work of its talented artists and animators. See more »

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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #27.8 (2002) See more »

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I'd Stick With You
Written by Walter Edgar Kennon a/k/a Skip Kennon
Arranged by Carl Johnson
Performed by Tom Hulce and Haley Joel Osment
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A short and sweet film, that is not as bad as most people say!
11 March 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Of course there are things wrong with it, but it is not unbearable, no way it isn't. I absolutely love the original, (dark, powerful, poignant and chilling)which is THEME driven not plot driven, and the music overall made a suitably poignant film, based on a disturbing story by Victor Hugo, who seems to have a relationship with sad endings.

One thing I didn't like about the sequel was the change to Esmeralda. She was my favourite character in the original, however you don't see much of her, and when you do, you don't empathise with her as much, if at all. And there were some early scenes when they animated her with no nose. Pheobus is basically a jerk here with some awful dialogue mostly. The songs were not brilliant to be perfectly honest with you, but they could have been worse, although the one over the end credits was lovely. So was Ordinary Miracles, even if it was a clone of Out There. Likewise with the animation, very Saturday morning standard, and often horrible to look at. The rather pantomime villain was neither sinister or frightening, a complete contrast to the legendary Frollo in every aspect, but Michael McKean did a serviceable job with the voicing, so I'll give the character some credit. I didn't think much of the overall plot, as it was very predictable, like most DTV sequels. The studio should have made this theme driven too. A major reason why the plot and characters weren't as good this time around is because the short is far too short at a meagre 63 minutes.

On the other hand, the main positive was a surprisingly good performance from Jennifer Love-Hewitt, as Quasimodo's love interest, Madelleine, I just loved her personality. Zephyr was a spirited boy also, and his well-developed relationship with Quasimodo, was a delight to see, and very sweet. The film was a little short, but moved along at a reasonable pace. You really feel for Quasimodo here like the original., and the gargoyles are marginally better than they were in the original, where their song was very good but misplaced(the only criticism of the original). I just want to clear up one thing. The gargoyles as explained in the book, are made of stone, and are part of Quasimodo's imagination. Also, there are parts of the book, that just wouldn't work for animation, so please stop criticising the original for its unfaithfulness to the book, because there was a reason for that.

All in all, a short and sweet, if flawed sequel, that isn't as awful as many infer. 5/10 Bethany Cox


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