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The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame (1996) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

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  • 1996
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Quasimodo, Esmeralda, Judge Claude Frollo, Phoebus, Clopin, Laverne, Victor, Hugo.
  • Vocal Talent: Tom Hulce (Quasimodo), Demi Moore (Esmeralda), Heidi Mollenhauer (Esmeralda, singing), Mary Kay Bergman (Young Esmeralda), Tony Jay (Judge Frollo), Kevin Kline (Phoebus), Paul Kandel (Clopin), Charles Kimbrough (Victor), Jason Alexander (Hugo), Mary Wickes (Laverne), Jane Withers (Laverne, additional dialogue), David Ogden Stiers (Archdeacon), Corey Burton (Brutish Guard), Gary Trousdale (Old Heretic), Frank Welker (Baby Bird), Bill Fagerbakke (Oafish Guard), Jim Cummings (Misc. Guards, Gypsies), Patrick Pinney (Misc. Guards, Gypsies).
  • Directed By Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise.
  • Produced By Don Hahn, Roy Conli.
    Associate Producer: Philip Lofaro.
  • Animated By David Brewster, T. Daniel Hofstedt.
    Supervising Animators: James Baxter (Quasimodo), Tony Fucile (Esmeralda), Russ Edmonds (Phoebus), Ron Husband (Djali), Will Finn (Laverne), David Pruiksma (Victor, Hugo), Michael Surrey (Clopin), Kathy Zielinski (Frollo), Dave Burgess (Archdeacon).
    Character Animator: Mark Pudleiner (Esmeralda).
    Assistant Animators: Jay N. Davis, Brian Wesley Green.
    Effects Animator: Kevin M. O'Neil.
  • Written By Irene Mecchi, Tab Murphy, Jonathan Roberts, Bob Tzudiker, Noni White.
    Story: Tab Murphy.
    Original Novel: Victor Hugo.
  • Music By Alan Menken.
    Lyrics: Stephen Schwartz.
  • Edited By Ellen Keneshea.
  • Casting: Ruth Lambert.
  • Casting Assistants: Stephen Blackehart, James Curreri, Tamlyn Freund.
  • Art Direction: David Goetz.
  • Assistant Digital Production Manager: Tony Matthews.
  • Assistant Production Manager: Tone Thyne.
  • Artistic Coordinator: Randy Fullmer.
  • Title Designer: Susan Bradley.
  • Character Design: Joe Grant.
  • Scene Planning Coordinator: Karen N. Sickles.
  • Scene Planner: Mark Henley.
  • Storyboard Artists: Ga˝tan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi.
  • Story Artists: Kevin Harkey, Gaetan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi, Edward Gombert, Brenda Chapman, Jeff Snow, Jim Capobianco, Denis Rich, Burny Mattinson, John Sanford, Kelley Wlightman, James Fujii, Gee Fwee Buedoe, Floyd Norman, Francis Blebas, Kirk Hanson, Christine Blum, Sue Nichols, Will Finn.
  • Layout Supervisor: Ed Ghertner.
  • Layout Supervisor, Paris: Dan St. Pierre.
  • Layout Artist: Sherilan Weinhart.
  • Background Supervisor: Lisa Keene.
  • Additional Background Artist: John Emerson.
  • Rough Inbetweeners: James Baker, Noreen Beasley.
  • Effects Technical Director: Kevin Paul Sheedy.
  • Senior Manager Of Digital Technology: Dean Schiller.
  • Senior Manager Of Digital Production: Edward Kummer.
  • CGI Supervisor: Kiran Bhakta Joshi.
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Christopher Jenkins.
  • Visual Effects Animator: Peter Demund.
  • Scanner Operator: Jason Buske.
  • Camera Operator: John Aardal.
  • Camera Operator, Digital: David J. Rowe.
  • Color Timer: Dale E. Grahn.
  • Music Production Supervisor: Tod Cooper.
  • Orchestrators: Michael Starobin, Danny Troob.
  • Singers, "A Guy Like You": Jason Alexander, Charles Kimbrough, Mary Stout, Mary Wickes.
  • Singers, "God Help The Outcasts": Bette Midler, Heidi Mollenhauer.
  • Singer, "Heaven's Light/Hellfire" and "Out There": Tom Hulce.
  • Singers, "Someday" (As All-4-One): Tony Borowiak, Delious, Jamie Lamar Jones, Alfred Nevarez.
  • Singer, "The Bells Of Notre Dame": David Ogden Stiers.
  • Singer, "The Bells Of Notre Dame", "Heaven's Light/Hellfire" and "Out There": Tony Jay.
  • Singer, "The Bells Of Notre Dame", "The Bells Of Notre Dame (Reprise)", "The Court Of Miracles" and "Topsy Turvy": Paul Kandel.
  • Supervising Sound Designer: Lon Bender.
  • Sound Designer: Scott Martin Gershin.
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Larry Kemp.
  • Sound Editor: Frederick H. Stahly.
  • Supervising ADR Editor: Curt Schulkey.
  • ADR Editor: Richard Dwan Jr.
  • Supervising Dialogue Editor: Curt Schulkey.
  • Dialogue Editor: Richard Dwan Jr.
  • Music Editor: Mark Green.
  • Preview Music Editor: Mark Green.
  • Foley & Sound Effects Editor: Chris Hogan.
  • Foley Mixer: Mary Jo Lang.
  • Sound Effects Editor: Nancy MacLeod.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixers: Terry Porter, Dean A. Zupancic.
  • Director Of Technology: Paul Yanover.
  • Technical Assistant: Earl Coffman.
  • Technology Crew: Lyle S. Nojima.
  • Technology Managers: Kirk Bodyfelt, Kevin J. Hussey, Michael Jedlicka, Edwin R. Leonard, Enrique Santos.
  • Technology Production Support: Jeff Alden, Graham S. Allan, Richard M. Barnes, Frank N. Bassi, Michael S. Blum, Michael C. Bolds, Brad Brooks, Letha L. Burchard, Nhi H. Casey, Lawrence Chai, Carol J. Choy, Peter Chun, Dave Coons, Ben Croy, Dale Drummond, Norbert Faerstain, Robert Falco, Michael R. Fodor, Todd Friedline, Don Gworek, Kee-Suk 'Ken' Hahn, Jason Herschaft, Jason Hilkey, John D. Hoffman, Shyh-Chyuan Huang, Bill James, Mark Jankins, Kevin E. Keech, Gordon Kent, Mark Kimball, Michael R. King, R. Todd King, Hans Ku, Li-Ming 'Lawrence' Lee, Brad Lowman, Jason MacDonald, Jean Mandonnet, Thomas Moore Jr., Jack Muleady, Troy R. Norin, Neil Okamoto, Carlos Quinonez, Cary Sandvig, James J. Sepe, Kevin P. Shauger, John Stimson, Charles Stoner, Joe Suzow, Scott S. Terek, Warren Lee Theriot, Mark M. Tokunaga, Laurie Tracy, David Troude, Mary Jane 'M.J.' Turner, Phillip Wangenheim, Derek E. Wilson, Mark Gilicinski, Christina Lau, Michael Sullivan, Alan A. Patel, Raul Anaya, Charles Collins, David Remba, Jefferson Crutchfield, Scott Dolim, Elena Driskill, Mark Hall, Stanley B. Lippman, John Outten, Jim Pirzyk, Hanns-Oskar Porr, Dave Tonnesen.
  • Final Checker: Michael D. Lusby.
  • Production Assistants: Heather Elisa Hill, Carrie Wilksen.

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The year is 1487, in the gritty and tumultuous urban center of Paris, where the magnificent Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame towers above all else, and the sound of its bells are the soul of the city. The bell-ringer of Notre Dame is a mysterious and misshapen...  (more)

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My favorites are, in order, "Bells of Notre Dame", "Hellfire", and "God Help the Outcasts". Way to go Disney-oh!

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Disney brings the heroic story of Notre Dames mysterious, lonely but gentle bell ringer named Quasimode, to spectacular life, Disney style!

Quasimode leaves the safety of the bell tower, at the urging of his gargoyle friends, Victor, Hugo and Laverne...  (read more)

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This effort continued the trend in Disney movies towards musicals, and, I feel, suffered for it. The visuals were excellent and the characters were very well designed. But the music definately got in the way, ranging from pretty good to quite bad. Also I was...  (read more)

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