The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923 film)

1923 film directed by Wallace Worsley

The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a 1923 film about a deformed bell-ringer who gives sanctuary to a beautiful gypsy.

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Directed by Wallace Worsley. Written by Edward T. Lowe Jr., based on the novel by Victor Hugo.
Victor Hugo's Immortal Classic  (taglines)

QuasimodoEdit

  • Why was I not made of stone, like thee?

DialogueEdit

Fleur de Lys: Phoebus - see that pretty goat.
Phoebus: [looking at Esmerelda] Very pretty indeed!

Phoebus: It isn't safe for a pretty child like you to be out alone at this hour!
Esmeralda: I am not afraid - now!

Jehan: Why do you struggle? You are mine, now!
Esmeralda: Never! God will protect me!

TaglinesEdit

  • Victor Hugo's Immortal Classic
  • A Universal Production

CastEdit

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