The Hunchback (1997 film)

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The Hunchback is a 1997 film about deformed bellringer who helps a young gypsy.

Directed by Peter Medak. Written by John Fasano, based on the novel by Victor Hugo


  • [to a gargoyle] Why was I not made of stone like thee?

Dom Frollo[edit]

  • Pity? Pity me, Quasimodo. To be a man of God, and to love a woman; and to love her more than God.


Dom Frollo: And I will protect France against printed books as I protected France against witches, sorcerers and gypsies in the past.
Gauchére: There are no witches or sorcerers in France!
Dom Frollo: Exactly.


  • [The executive] said, "Do you want to play it?" I said, 'Which part?' She said, "Quasimodo." I said, "You really don't have to pay me.' My agent was sitting next to her and said, "I would sort of like you to pay him.' That's how it happened."


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