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Lino Monteiro over 4 years ago
Way to ruin a good Disney film. I guess it's pretty sweet and all, but god is it bad!
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Tanja over 6 years ago
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. Unlike many Disney DTV sequels, the entire key cast of the first film returns (barring Tony Jay, since Frollo was killed in the original - Jane Withers shared the role of Laverne with the late Mary Wickes). Several years after the original film, Captain Phoebus and Esmeralda have married and have a son named Zephyr. They have started a commune. Quasimodo is now free to interact with the public; however, he continues to live in the cathedral with his gargoyle friends Victor, Hugo, and Laverne. A circus troupe led by Sarousch enters town while on tour. However, it is revealed that Sarousch is in reality a master criminal who plans to steal Notre Dame's most beloved bell, La Fidèle (The Faithful), the inside of which is decorated with enormous jewels of various colors. He sends Madellaine, his aspiring assistant, to...
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