Movie Quotes from Hunchback of Notre Dame, The: Quotes from the movie Hunchback of Notre Dame, The


*****, take it from an old spectator. Life’s not a spectator sport. If watchin’s all you’re gonna do, then you’re gonna watch your life go by without you.

–Being a poet, I’m already a vagabond and can quickly learn to be a thief.
–Good intentions are not enough. They never put an onion in the soup yet.

…Anne-Marie, Jean-Marie, and Louise-Marie…triplets, you know…

1) A? 2) Abomination. 1) B? 2) Blasphemy? 1) C? 2) C-C-Contrition. 1) D? 2) Damnation? 1) E? 2) Eternal damnation! 1) Good. F? 2) Festival. 1) [nearly chokes] Excuse me? 2) F-F-Forgiveness!

1) Good morning, sir. Are you feeling all right? 2) I had a little trouble with the fireplace.

1) Hey, isn’t that, uh, Feeble? 2) Doofus! 3) Phoebus!

1) If I got caught… 2) Better to beg forgiveness than ask permission.

1) Is this the Court of Miracles? 2) Offhand, I’d say it’s the Court of Ankle-deep Sewage.

1) Look at that disgusting display. 2) Yes sir!!

1) Maybe Frollo’s wrong about the both of us.
2) (eavesdropping) What did she say? 3) Frollo’s nose is long, and he wears a truss. 2) Ha! Told ya. Pay up.

1) Speaking of trouble, we should have run into some by now. 2) What do you mean? 1) You know, a guard, a booby trap… [his torchlight promptly goes out, leaving them in darkness] 1) …or an ambush.

1)Leave me alone! 2) Okay, we’ll leave you alone. 3) After all we’re only made out of stone. 4) We just thought maybe you where made out of something stronger.

1. As your friends and guardians, we insist you attend the festival.
2. Me?!?
3. No, the Pope. Of course, you!

1. Burn it.
2. What!?!?
1. Until it smolders. These people are traitors and must be made examples of.
(1. hands 2. a torch.)
2. With all due respect, sir, I was not trained to murder the innocent.
1. But you were trained to follow orders.
(2. takes the torch and douses it in a bucket of water.)
1. Insolent coward.

1. But you’re not like other gypsies. They’re…evil.
2. Who told you that?
1. My master, Frollo. He raised me.
2. How could such a cruel man have raised someone like you?
1. Cruel?!? Oh, no. He saved my life. He took me in when no one else would. I am a monster, you know.
2. He told you that?
1. Look at me.

1. Candlelight…privacy…music. Can’t think of a better place for hand-to-hand combat! You fight almost as well as a man!
2. Funny. I was going to say the same thing about you!

1. Citizens of Paris! ****** has persecuted our people, ransacked our city! Now he has declared war on Notre Dame herself! Will we allow it?!?
(Crowd:) No!

1. Come with me.
2. What?!?
1. To the Court of Miracles. Leave this place.
2. Oh, no. I’m never going back out there again. You saw what happened to me today. No. This is where I belong.

1. Easy, easy–I just shaved this morning.
2. Oh, really? You missed a spot.

1. Give her some slack, then reel her in, then give her some slack, then reel her in, then give her some slack–
2. Knock it off, ****–she’s a girl, not a mackerel.

1. Give me your hand.
2. Why?
1. Just let me see. (Tracing his palm lines with her finger) Hmm, a long life line…oh, and this one means you’re shy. Hmm. Hmm, hmm, hmm…well, that’s funny…
2. What?
1. I don’t see any.
2. Any what?
1. Monster lines. Not a single one. Now you look at me. Do you think I’m evil?
2. No, no, no! You are kind, and good, and–
1. –and a gypsy. And maybe ******’s wrong about the both of us.
3. What did she say?!?
4. ******’s nose is long, and he wears a truss.
3. Hah! Told ya! (To fifth person) Pay up!

1. Hey, hey, what gives?
2. Aren’t you going to watch the festival with us?
1. I don’t get it.
2. Perhaps he’s sick!
3. Impossible. If 20 years of listening to you two hasn’t made him sick by now, nothing will.

1. Hey, when things cool off, she’ll be back. You’ll see.
2. What makes you so sure?
3. Because she likes you. We always said you were the cute one.
1. I thought I was the cute one!
3. No, you’re the fat, stupid one with the big mouth!

1. I bet the king himself doesn’t have a view like this! I
could stay up here forever.
2. You could, you know.
1. No, I couldn’t.
2. Oh, yes, you have sanctuary!
1. But not freedom.

1. I should have known you’d risk your life to save that gypsy witch. Just as your own mother died trying to save you.
2. What!?!
1. Now I’m going to do what I should have done twenty years ago!

1. If you ever need sanctuary, this will show you the way.
2. But how?
1. Just remember: When you wear this woven band, you hold the city in your hand.

1. Listen, they’re beautiful, no? So many colours of sounds, so many changing moods. Because, you know, they don’t ring all by themselves.
2. They don’t?!?
1. No, silly boy. Up there, high, high in the dark bell tower, lives the mysterious bell ringer. Who is this creature?
2. Who?
1. What is he?
2. What?
1. How did he come to be there?
2. How?
1. Hush!
2. Ohhh…
1. And ****** will tell you. It is a tale, a tale of a man and a monster….

1. Oh, dear, I’m sorry. Naughty horse, naughty! He’s just impossible! Really, I can’t take him anywhere.
2. Get this thing off me!
3. I’ll teach you a lesson, peasant!
1. You were saying…Lieutenant?
3. Oh, Captain! At your service, sir!

1. Oh, man! I thought he’d never leave! I’ll be spittin’ feathers for a week!
2. Well that’s what you get for sleeping with your mouth open.

1. That family owes you their lives. You’re either the single bravest soldier I’ve ever seen, or the craziest.
2. Ex-soldier, remember? Why is it, whenever we meet, I end up bleeding?
1. You’re lucky. That arrow almost pierced your heart.
2. I’m not so sure it didn’t.

1.Look, Captain–gypsies. The gypsies live outside the normal order. Their heathen ways inflame the peoples’ lowest instincts, and they must be stopped.
2. I was summoned from the wars to capture fortune tellers and palm readers?
1. Oh, the real war, Captain, is what you see before you. For twenty years, I have been taking care of the gypsies, one…by…one.

Achilles, heel!

And He shall smite the wicked and plunge them into the fiery pit!

Are you always this charming, or am I just lucky?

But… at… at… at sunset I ring the evening mass, and…
and after that I clean the cloisters and then… then I ring
the vespers, and… whatever’s good for you!

Don’t waste your arrows. Let the traitor rot in his watery grave! Find the girl! If you have to burn the city to the ground, so be it!


Excuse me, gentlemen, I’m looking for the Palace of Justice. Would you– (They completely ignore him)–hmmm, I guess not.

Frollos nose is long and he wears a dress!

Go scare a nun.

Good, good, good! Ahhh. Great! What is it?

Gypsies don’t do well inside stone walls.

Hmm, let’s see. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, so there’s ten of you and one of me. What’s a poor girl to do?

Hmmm. Feels like a 1470 Burgundy. Not a good year.

Huh, ya leave town for a couple of decades and they change everything.

I ask for nothing, I can get by. But I know so many less lucky than I!

I had a little trouble with the fireplace.

I miss my goat.

I’m free, I’m free–DANGGIT!

I’m really sorry about this afternoon. I had no idea who you were. I would never in my life had…pulled…you…up…on the…stage. What is this place?

I’ve about as much shape as the man on the moon.

im free! im free! DANG IT!


Ladies and gentlemen, don’t panic. We asked for the ugliest face in Paris, and here he is! Quasimodo, the hunchback of Notre Dame!

My lord, surely it’s time to use the torture on this stubborn wench?

No one wants to be cooped up here forever

No, you listen! All my life you have told me that the world is a dark, cruel place, but now I see that the only thing cruel about it is people like you!

Nobody wants to be cooped up here forever!

Oh look, a mime…(Starts to hawk a lugie)

Sanctuary! Sanctuary!

Sanctuary! Sanctuary! Sanctuary!

Silence, you old fool! The hunchback and I have unfinished business to attend to. And this time, you will not interfere.

Stay away, child–they’re gypsies. They’ll steal us blind.

The Festival of Fools!

Then it appears we’ve crowned the wrong fool. The only fool I see–is you!

Time to pour the wine and cut the cheese!

What makes a monster and what makes a man?

What? What am I supposed to do!? Go out there and
rescue the girl from the… from the jaws of death and
the whole town will cheer like I’m some kind of a hero!?

why do people put ****** for frollos name? thats retarded

Why is it, whenever we meet, I end up bleeding?

Why was I not made of stone like thee?

Will today be the day? Are you ready to fly?

You mistreat this poor boy the same way you mistreat my people. You speak of justice, yet you are cruel to those most in need of your help.

You saw what he did out there, letting the crowd torture that poor boy. I thought if just one person could stand up to him, then… What do they have against people who are different, anyway?

You’re very clever to have found our hideaway. Unfortunately, you won’t live to tell the tale.

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