Top 10 The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Movie Facts

Following is our collection of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame facts. Handpicked and verified, these little-known details can be obscure enough most people will miss. These behind the scene easter eggs and hidden messages will give you another view of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame film message.

In "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," Frollo offers captured Gypsies silver coins for the location of Esmeralda. He asks 3 times, raising the price by 10 each time. On the 3rd time, he offers nothing. He would have otherwise offered them 30 silver pieces, the same price that bought Judas.
In "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," Frollo offers captured Gypsies silver coins for the location of Esmeralda. He asks 3 times, raising the price by 10 each time. On the 3rd time, he offers nothing. He would have otherwise offered them 30 silver pieces, the same price that bought Judas.
Quasimodo (a name meaning "half-formed") made all his carvings with meticulous detail, except for the one of himself.
Quasimodo (a name meaning "half-formed") made all his carvings with meticulous detail, except for the one of himself.

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Easter Eggs

Hidden objects, characters, easter eggs, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • 1 - A man can be seen shaking out the magic carpet from Aladdin, Belle from Beauty and the Beast walking down the street reading a book and a warthog that resembles Pumbaa from The Lion King being carried on a spit.
    A man can be seen shaking out the magic carpet from Aladdin, Belle from Beauty and the Beast walking down the street reading a book and a warthog that resembles Pumbaa from The Lion King being carried on a spit.
  • 1 - During the song "Out There" you can see Belle walking with her book just like in the "Belle" scene in Beauty and the Beast. Both movies take place in France
    During the song "Out There" you can see Belle walking with her book just like in the "Belle" scene in Beauty and the Beast. Both movies take place in France
  • One of the people at the Festival of Fools is dressed as a horse with two rear ends (referencing the line in Aladdin)

  • 1 - During the section of Frollo's song where he yells out that it is not his fault for falling in love with Esmeralda, the chorus sing out "Mea culpa." This roughly translate to "My fault" in Latin. This is Frollo arguing with himself.
    During the section of Frollo's song where he yells out that it is not his fault for falling in love with Esmeralda, the chorus sing out "Mea culpa." This roughly translate to "My fault" in Latin. This is Frollo arguing with himself.

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Hidden Details

1 - The gargoyles are named Laverne, Victor and Hugo. This is a reference to LaVerne Andrews, of close harmony singing group The Andrews Sisters who had previously worked for Disney, and of Victor Hugo, the original author of the novel.
The gargoyles are named Laverne, Victor and Hugo. This is a reference to LaVerne Andrews, of close harmony singing group The Andrews Sisters who had previously worked for Disney, and of Victor Hugo, the original author of the novel.
1 - Frollo (irritatingly) places the stone rail piece back upside-down.
Frollo (irritatingly) places the stone rail piece back upside-down.
1 - At the end of "Hellfire" in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Frollo falls in the shape of an inverted cross symbolizing his evilness and his ultimate fate.
At the end of "Hellfire" in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Frollo falls in the shape of an inverted cross symbolizing his evilness and his ultimate fate.
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame poster
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame poster

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Plot

A deformed bell-ringer must assert his independence from a vicious government minister in order to help his friend, a gypsy dancer.

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame. The goofs, crazy credits, and trivia they have performed may have not taken your attention. Some are hidden for a reason, while others randomly forgotten.

Genre Animation, Drama, Family, Musical, Romance
Director Gary Trousdale
Stars Jason Alexander, Mary Kay Bergman, Corey Burton, Jim Cummings
IMDB score 6.9