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The Hunchback of Notre Dame ()

Notre-Dame de Paris (original title)
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The timeless tale of the seductive gypsy Esmeralda and the tortured hunchback Quasimodo.

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Esmeralda
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Quasimodo
Jean Danet ...
Phoebus de Chateaupers
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Claude Frollo
Valentine Tessier ...
Aloyse de Gondelaurier
Danielle Dumont ...
Fleur de Lys
Jean Tissier ...
Louis XI
Maurice Sarfati ...
Jehan Frollo
Jacques Hilling ...
Maitre Charmolue
Jacques Dufilho ...
Guillaume Rousseau
Roger Blin ...
Mathias Hungadi
Marianne Oswald ...
La Falourdel
Damia ...
The Beggar
Roland Bailly ...
The Hangman
Robert Lombard ...
Jacques Coppenole
Piéral ...
The Dwarf (as Pieral)
Madeleine Barbulée ...
Madame Outarde (as Madeleine Barbulee)
Camille Guérini ...
The President (as Camille Guerini)
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Jupiter (as Albert Remy)
Hubert de Lapparent ...
Guillaume de Harancourt (as Hubert Lapparent)
Albert Michel ...
Night Watchman
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A Thief
Paul Bonifas ...
Master Lecornu
Boris Vian ...
The Cardinal
Robert Hirsch ...
Pierre Gringoire
Philippe Clay ...
Clopin Trouillefou
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Doudou Babet ...
Un mendiant (uncredited)
Raymond Bailly ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Edmond Beauchamp ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Paul Bisciglia ...
Un homme à la fête des fous (uncredited)
Robert Blome ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Philippe Chauveau ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Arielle Coigney ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Yvonne Constant ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Christine Darvel ...
(uncredited)
José Davilla ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Hugues de Bagratide ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Germaine Delbat ...
Une paroissienne (uncredited)
Jenny Doria ...
(uncredited)
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Bit part (uncredited)
Jean-Pierre Dréan ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Pierre Duverger ...
Bit part (uncredited)
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Andry le Rouge (uncredited)
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Récitant / Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Claude Ivry ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Christine Langart ...
(uncredited)
Anne Laurent ...
(uncredited)
Dominique Marcas ...
Une femme à la 'Cour des Miracles' (uncredited)
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Un tire-laine (uncredited)
Franck Maurice ...
Un bourreau (uncredited)
Robert Rietty ...
Pierre Gringoire (uncredited) (voice)
María Riquelme ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Louisette Rousseau ...
(uncredited)
Louis Saintève ...
Bit part (uncredited)
Eugène Stuber ...
Bit part (uncredited)
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Une fille à la 'Cour des Miracles' (uncredited)
Jean Thielment ...
Un mendiant (uncredited)
Françoise Vallery ...
(uncredited)

Directed by

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Jean Delannoy

Written by

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Victor Hugo ... (novel)
 
Jean Aurenche ... (adaptation) and
Jacques Prévert ... (adaptation) (as Jacques Prevert)
 
Jean Aurenche ... (dialogue) and
Jacques Prévert ... (dialogue) (as Jacques Prevert)
 
Ben Hecht ... () (uncredited)

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Raymond Hakim ... producer
Robert Hakim ... producer

Music by

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Georges Auric

Cinematography by

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Michel Kelber ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Henri Taverna

Editorial Department

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Marie-Louise Barberot ... assistant editor
Ginou Bretoneiche ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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René Renoux

Costume Design by

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Georges K. Benda ... (as Georges Benda)

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Louis Bonnemaison ... makeup artist (as Bonnemaison)
Georges Klein ... makeup artist (as Klein)
Huguette LaLaurette ... wig maker (as Lalaurette)
Jean Lalaurette ... hair stylist (as Lalaurette)

Production Management

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Ludmilla Goulian ... production manager
Paul Laffargue ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Joseph Drimal ... second assistant director
Alain Kaminker ... second assistant director
Pierre Zimmer ... assistant director

Art Department

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Maurice Barnathan ... set dresser
Alfred Marpaux ... assistant decorator
Jean Taillandier ... assistant decorator
Pierre Tyberghein ... assistant decorator

Sound Department

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Jacques Carrère ... sound (as Jacques Carrere)
Guy Villette ... sound assistant (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Gérard Cogan ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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André Delille ... assistant camera
André Domage ... assistant camera
Wladimir Ivanov ... camera operator
Raymond Voinquel ... still photographer
Victor Lanoux ... grip (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Emmanuel Bourassin ... wardrober
Catherine ... dress maker
Veniero Colasanti ... dresses: Gina Lollobrigida (as Colasanti)
Raymonde ... dress maker
Léon Zay ... wardrober

Music Department

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Angelo Francesco Lavagnino ... composer: dance music (as Lavagnino)
Jacques Météhen ... musical director (as Jacques Metehen)

Other crew

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Léonide Massine ... choreographer
Léo Spohr ... administrator
Claude Vériat ... script girl (as Claude Veriat)
Max Terrier ... stand-in: Anthony Quinn (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Paris, 1482. Today is the festival of the fools, taking place like each year in the square outside Cathedral Notre Dame. Among jugglers and other entertainers, Esmeralda, a sensuous gypsy, performs a bewitching dance in front of delighted spectators. From up in a tower of the cathedral, Frollo, an alchemist, gazes at her lustfully. Later in the night, Frollo orders Quasimodo, the deformed bell ringer and his faithful servant, to kidnap Esmeralda. But when the ugly freak comes close to her is touched by the young woman's beauty... Written by Guy Bellinger

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Also Known As
  • Il gobbo di Notre Dame (Italy)
  • The Hunchback (United States)
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (United States)
  • Hunchback of Paris (United States)
  • Notre Dame of Paris (United States)
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  • 115 min
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Budget $1,000,000 (estimated)

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Trivia The scene of Quasimodo's coronation was shot twice for each version of the film. For the original French-language version, he is crowned 'Pope of Fools', as in the novel, and wears a mock Papal tiara. For the English-language version, he is crowned 'King of Fools', and wears a royal crown. This was because the American Hays Code forbade mocking of the clergy. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Freaks (1996). See more »
Soundtracks Danza di Esmeralda See more »
Quotes Esmeralda: [dying] Life is wonderful.
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