The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Movie • 1996 • Animation  Report
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AtarahDerekh
A horse flees with a rider while being shot at, but is not hit. The horse's owner instructs the archers not to hit it.
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Does a pet die?
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ShanYuBeingSUS
In “does the animal die” section!
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RIP Ant
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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andrewbercovitz
In one scene, Frollo is seen squashing ant, the picks up a stone and uses it to squash a whole colony if them
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KyraWolf92
Ants only.
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Does a cat die?
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AtarahDerekh
Quasimodo is gaslighted by Frollo to keep him in the belltower. He is scolded for not being grateful to Frollo for "taking [him] in and raising [him] as [Frollo's] son" after Quasi's mother allegedly abandoned him.
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AtarahDerekh
Frollo follows Quasimodo and Phoebus to the Court of Miracles, with the intent of finding Esmeralda specifically. Stalking x3, with one of those being sexual intent.
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thespianscreed
Frollo's abuse towards Quasimodo is mostly emotional.
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Allandrel
Quasimodo is subjected to emotional abuse by his adoptive father.
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Allandrel
A character grabs another and smells her hair. He also attempts to rape her by threatening her life if she refuses to have sex with him.
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Pufftail
Quasimodo is tied to a wheel. Later he and Phoebus are tied up and threatened with hanging. Esmeralda is tied to a stake but is rescued. At the climax many people are imprisoned in wagons. The is a brief comedic scene of a man in the stocks.
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Dearborn
There is a scene where teeth are knocked out for comedic effect in the final battle scene. Quite a few teeth are lost.
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Allandrel
A character is set to be burned at the stake but is rescued, though they initially appear to have died from smoke inhalation.
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KyraWolf92
Although there is a scene where 3 of Quasimodo's puppets are being hanged. And in another, two main characters are about to be hanged but are rescued.
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KyraWolf92
There is a clear yet sightless scene of a man being tortured in a dungeon. A character is being burned at the stake but is rescued. Another character is being bound to stone poles with chains.
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Dearborn
A main character suffers severe smoke inhalation that initially appears to have killed them.
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Muzicalassassin
*SPOILER* In the finale/climax, Frollo falls to his death because the gargoyle statue he was hanging off from broke.
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At the beginning of the movie, a character falls down some steps and dies
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Opening scene, Frollo steals a baby right out of the mother‘s arms.
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Frollo is shown holding baby Quasimodo over a well and states a desire to send the child "to Hell where it belongs." He is stopped by the bishop.
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16Dork01
Quasimodo's mother dies at the beginning of the movie.
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AtarahDerekh
No toys specifically, but Quasimodo does have several wooden figurines which Frollo smashes or burns.
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UltraDespairBear
During the villain song sequence, there is a ghost-like figure within the fire, but it is only within the villain's mind. It is not a ghost, though, but does resemble one. It only appears briefly, though, and is never seen again for the rest of the movie after a few seconds.
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UltraDespairBear
One of the characters is a jester.
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Are there razors?
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KyraWolf92
Esmeralda spits in the face of Frollo. One of the gargoyles makes fart noises with his armpits.
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AtarahDerekh
Averted. The captain of the guard upholds the law, including refusing to harm innocents.
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AtarahDerekh
A character is shown receiving stitches, but the needle is never shown actually piercing his flesh.
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AtarahDerekh
Quasimodo has kyphoscoliosis and a misshapen face. He is constantly told that he is deformed and ugly, and he believes it. He has no confidence in his appearance for the vast majority of the film.
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ShanYuBeingSUS
In the beginning, Frollo carries crying baby Quasimodo.
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SiRenfield
Slight stronger than an average G-rated Disney film since the word “damnation” is used but only in a strictly religious context
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BookwormPuppy
Quasimodo is a baby at the beginning of the film, but he is not visible, because he is wrapped in a blanket.
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AtarahDerekh
Clopin dons a long skirt to briefly dance alongside a few girls, but this is barely treated as even a visual gag.
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Dearborn
The main villain repeatedly calls the main character who has a disability, a monster, deformed, ugly, and initially tried to drown him for looking different.
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SiRenfield
Heavily debatable in regards to how the Romani are portrayed overall. Although it certainly loses points for heavy use of the G-word
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Allandrel
Basically every character refers to the Roma characters as "Gypsies."
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SiRenfield
I mean the first major death is of a Romani woman
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SiRenfield
The main antagonist is an old man pursuing a young adult woman
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dozaux
Not outright shown, but Frollo doubting himself over his lustful feelings towards Esmeralda are a big plot point. Coaxed in half-vague language
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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AtarahDerekh
A wagon is pushed into a river to force its occupants out. Otherwise, there are no motor vehicles in this film.
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ajmiller03
One of the gargoyles spits rocks at guards which makes a similar sound/flash to automatic fire
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Dearborn
No, but practically the entire city of Paris is set on fire and portrayed in a devastating fashion.
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AtarahDerekh
Minimal. A character is shot by an arrow and receives stitches. The wound is shown, but it's not actively bleeding.
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thespianscreed
A character nearly drowns but is rescued.
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