32 Days of Halloween III, Movie Night No. 31: The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1956)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1956

So I think this is the first time we’ve ever had three different versions of the film on the site. We started back in 2007 with the Lon Chaney version from 1923. Then last year it was the 1939 version with Charles Laughton. Now we fast forward to 1956, for the first color film adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel, starring Anthony Quinn as Quasimodo.
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Man, I can’t believe another year of this madness is almost over. Tune in tomorrow for the inevitable conclusion!

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  • I think this 1956 film is underrated, well-made and colorful historical spectacle. Alain Cuny is excellent Frollo and Gina Lollobrigida´s mature, pure Esmeralda has looks for the part.

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