Top 10 Moments from The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

Continuing with this list series we take a look at the top moments from what is possibly Disney's darkest animated film of all time the 1996 movie of The Hunchback of Notre Dame which surprisingly is still rated G despite its dark subject matter.

The Top Ten

1 Hellfire Hellfire

The darkest villain song in Disney history imagine what parents must have been thinking when they took their kids to see this movie back in 1996 kids obviously aren't gonna get whats really going on and the parents just watching were probably asking themselves really this got past the censors and yet it still got a G rating. - egnomac

2 Frollo's Death

Very epic and brutal as Esmeralda is trying to save Quasimodo from falling to his death Frollo stands on one of the stone ledge lines as he prepares to slay Esmerelda bu the thing starts crumbling as he slips and holds on when he see the face of the stone ledge suddenly come to life horrifying him as the stone breaks off and he is sent into the fiery inferno down below to his death. - egnomac

3 Topsy Turvy The Festival of Fools
4 Quasimodo Confronts Frollo

After saving Esmeralda and Frollo attempts to finish her off Quasimodo stops him grabbing the dagger he was holding as Frollo tries to stop him before Quasimodo says to him to listen and that all his life he's told him the world is a dark and cruel place but now realizes the only thing that's cruel and dark about it is people like Frollo. - egnomac

This was a top 3 Disney animated showdown.

5 Out There

The song Quasimodo sings about how he wishes if just for one day to leave the safety of the bell tower to spend it among the people of Paris. - egnomac

6 Quasimodo Rings the Bells

During the opening intro with the song The Bells of Notre Dam after Frollo is force to care for the child who's mother he killed and tried to drown he and grows to raise the kid and forces him to live in the bell tower while giving him the name Quasimodo as Clopin the gypsy puppeteer the singer continues singing as the puppet show then cuts to Quasimodo ringing the bells as Clopin goes "The bells, bells, bells, bells, bells of Notre Dame" as the the movies title appears as a harmonies choir sings in the background. - egnomac

7 Quasimodo's Humiliation

After Quasimodo is crowned the new king of fools he is celebrated for it and he finally has a moment of happyness which quickly goes sour after some of the guards start pelting him with vegetables and soon the whole crowd that was cheering for him have now turned against him laughing at him and even restrain him as they continue to humiliate him while Frollo just sits their allowing this just to teach him how right he was about how cruel the outside world is towards people like him. - egnomac

8 Quasimodo's Heartbreak

After Phoebes is nearly killed after defying Frollo and saving the family from their burning house Esmeralda takes him to Quasimodo to hide him and during this Quasimodo who's in love with Esmeralda clearly sees that she and Phoebe's have fallen for each other leaving him devastated which is a rare thing in a Disney movie were the hero doesn't get the girl in the end. - egnomac

9 Esmeralda Defends Quasimodo

Seeing the horrible way everyone is treating Quasimodo Esmeralda comes to his defense and putting a halt to the crowds torment. - egnomac

10 Frollo Kills Quasimodo's Mother

The moment that shows just how hearltess and cruel Frollo is after setting up a trap for some gypsies trying to escape a mother with her child runs from him as she bangs on the door of the church of Notre Dame begging for sanctuary before Frollo cathces up with her as he wrestles the baby away from her kncoking her to the ground as she hits her head on the stone steps killing her and Frollo literally shows no remorse for what he did feeling completely justified. - egnomac

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