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A 1997 WALT DISNEY CLASSIC COLLECTION HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME ESMERALDA AND QUASIMODO "NOT A SINGLE MONSTER LINE" FIGURINE. Measurements: 5" TALL.

WDCC Hunchback of Notre Dame “not a single monster line” Esmeralda and Quasimodo

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Hunchback of Notre Dame “not a single monster line” Esmeralda and Quasimodo --

Esmeralda: Esmeralda lives the life of a Gypsy. When she dances, the coins of many admirers fall at her feet and the hearts of men are filled with desire. Then one day she dances into danger, and only the walls of Notre Dame can save her from certain death. Esmeralda is a bit different from the past heroines. She's a little bit physically stronger and tougher. And yet, because she herself is an outcast and has been discriminated against, she has the capacity to sympathize and relate to Quasimodo as no one ever has before. Esmeralda and her pet goat, Djali, live by their wits on the streets of Paris. The soldier's Judge Claude Frollo has ordered to rid the city of Gypsies are always a heartbeat away. Phoebus, the Captain of the Guard, clops down the cobblestones on his horse, Achilles. He tosses a gold coin into a beggar's hat. When he looks a second time, he sees that the beggar is actually a beautiful Gypsy girl in disguise -- Esmeralda!

Quasimodo: An orphaned baby named Quasimodo, which means "half-formed," is found by Frollo, who hides him in the bell tower of Notre Dame, the highest point in all of Paris. There Quasimodo grows into a young man, whose job is to ring the cathedral's giant bells. He has never seen the world, and the world has never seen him. Quasimodo's only friends are the stone gargoyles and the birds who live with him in the tower. One day, he takes a baby bird in his strong hands. "Will today be the day?" he asks the bird hopefully. "Are you ready to fly?" The bird flies! Quasimodo waves goodbye with an ache in his heart. He wants to be free like the bird ... Quasi is a bit like a child who just wants to go to the party but is having a real problem with his parents. Clearly, he's someone who's had a very limited experience of life. And even though he's had to deal with lots of abuse, he has an indomitable spirit and refuses to be put down.

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