(redirected from hunchback)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Hunchback of Notre Dame" is presented through special arrangement with Musical Theatre International.
Bretta Gerecke, DESIGN: Jonathan and I wanted Hunchback to feel gritty, current and not like a period piece.
The publishing of The Hunchback of Notre Dame , in fact, is said to have prompted its Gothic restoration in 1844.
Meet Igor, a talented hunchback who's determined to prove his worth at the annual Evil Science Fair.
When it came to the end of the story the hunchback Quasimodo was transformed into a handsome man.
To claim your FREE Hunchback of Notre Dame story book just cut out Token 1 - which is printed on the left - and keep it in a safe place.
To participate in the program, consumers simply obtain a Disney Collector's Card inside Bambi and The Hunchback of Notre Dame videocassettes or at select retailers.
I was reminded again of the impact of media images this summer when I saw Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
There are variations: The Hunchback of Notre Dame--try to picture Charles Lawton as huggable.
Later, two skeletons are found in Esmeralda's tomb--that of a hunchback embracing that of a woman.
The principal characters are Esmeralda, a gypsy dancer in love with Captain Phoebus; Claude Frollo, the hypocritical archdeacon, whose evil passion for Esmeralda causes him to denounce her as a witch; and Quasimodo, the " Hunchback of Notre Dame," a deformed bellringer, whose devotion saves Esmeralda for a time when she seeks protection from the mob in the belfry of the cathedral.
Besides illustrating several other books as well as articles for LIFE, LOOK and other magazines, his work appeared in a number of films such as "Destination Moon" and "When Worlds Collide" (to say nothing of nonspace films including "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "Citizen Kane").