The Hunchback of Notre Dame II

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The Hunchback of Notre Dame II is a 2002 direct-to-video sequel to the 1996 Disney animated film The Hunchback of Notre Dame. It was produced by Walt Disney Animation Japan.


  • Find some! Then I will.
  • I know you can.
  • Yeah. Yuck.
  • Now you can always see yourself through my eyes.
  • I love Madellaine!


  • He is not a monster and I am not your trinket.
  • (to Quasimodo) You have a way with kids.
  • Which one is La Fidele?
  • I h-h-have to go. I'm sorry.
  • A hush comes over the crowd as Madellaine begins her graceful trek.
  • Quasimodo, there's more to me.
  • And I love Quasimodo!
  • Thank you.
  • He's taken the bell underground.


  • They stole it! Dad was right. Come on! We got to find out where they're taking the bell.
  • You were making goo-goo eyes at your girlfriend.


  • (to Phoebus) The Catacombs. He could be using the Catacombs.
  • Someday you'll be ready. And when you are, you'll find her.
  • Hurry, Dajli, take us to him!


  • I love Esmeralda!
  • Zephyr, stay close. I don't want to lose you.
  • Wait a minute. A string of robberies begins the moment the circus comes to town? Coincidence? I don't think so.
  • I'll let you get back to yourself.


  • Oh, lovely.
  • I could kiss me but I'd fall in love.
  • What are you doing here?
  • Oh, it's true, Captain. And it's my fault!
  • You're a genius.
  • Well, what if he were to have an unfortunate accident?
  • All you need to do is to look pretty for him and he'll tell you what I need to know.
  • We didn't have anything go missing. Except some of my hair.


Sarousch: What are you doing now, my little cabbage?
Madellaine: Practicing.
Sarousch: Why strain yourself? Oh, did you find out where the monster keeps his bell, trinket?
Madellaine: He is not a monster, and I am not your trinket.
Sarousch: I mean to have that bell.
Madellaine: I want nothing more to do with your thefts.
Sarousch: Oh, really? And how will you survive out there, hmm? On your looks?
Madellaine: Quasimodo sees something you don't.
Sarousch: Oh, does he? Well, what if he were to have an unfortunate accident? [she falls off the rope into the ground, then Sarousch's gang grab her] I have to go up there with my man and do the hard way, the hunchback may get hurt.
Madellaine: No! You can't! You-- You wouldn't.
Sarousch: If you want him alive, then lure the bell-ringer away while I steal La Fidele. Lead him out of harm's way.

Madellaine: [sighs] You must think I'm stupid.
Quasimodo: Not at all. That just means you have an imagination.
Madellaine: Do you really think so?
Quasimodo: I do.
Madellaine: What's your name?
Quasimodo: Quasimodo.
Madellaine: Well, Quasimodo, wouldn't you like to come where I can see you?

Quasimodo: [after he and Madellaine find out that La fidele has been stolen] Did you know about this?
Madellaine: I-I wanted to tell you, I tried.
Quasimodo: You used me!
Madellaine: No! Please!
Quasimodo: [mocking Madellaine] "Which one is La Fidele?" "Let-Let's go for a walk." You never cared about me!
Madellaine: [protesting] No, that is not true!
Quasimodo: [storming away] You were right.
Phoebus: Quasi, I'm sorry. [to his guards] Take her away!
Madellaine: [chasing Quasimodo, who is still storming away back to Notre Dame] No! No, Quasi, please, just-just let me explain! [the guards capture her]
Madellaine: Look at me! Quasimodo, just look at me! [without another word, Quasimodo slams the door]

Madellaine: Hmm, you mean hocus their pocus? Delusion their illusion? [giggles]
Quasimodo: Abra their cadabra?

Madellaine: [to Quasimodo] Quasimodo, he means it. He'll hurt Zephyr, but I know how we can save him. Please untie me.
Quasimodo: Why, so you can escape with Sarousch?


  • Miracles Do Happen And True Love Can Come True


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