The Hunchback of Notre Dame 123movies

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)


Paris, France, 1482. Frollo, Chief Justice of benevolent King Louis XI, gets infatuated by the beauty of Esmeralda, a gypsy young girl. The hunchback Quasimodo, Frollo's protege and bell-ringer of Notre Dame, lives in peace among the bells in the heights of the immense cathedral until he is involved by the twisted magistrate in his malicious plans to free himself from Esmeralda's alleged spell, which he believes to be the devil's work.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame 123movies
Movie Score: 7.4/10 from 130 votes
Release Date: 1939-12-29
Status: Released
Run time: 117 min / 1:57
Production Studio : RKO Radio Pictures
Production Country: United States of America

The Hunchback of Notre Dame Casts

Charles Laughton
as The Hunchback Quasimodo
Cedric Hardwicke
as Frollo
Thomas Mitchell
as Clopin
Maureen O'Hara
as Esmeralda
Edmond O'Brien
as Gringoire
Alan Marshal
as Phoebus
Walter Hampden
as Archdeacon
Harry Davenport
as King Louis XI
Katharine Alexander
as Madame de Lys
George Zucco
as Procurator
Fritz Leiber
as Old Nobleman
Etienne Girardot
as Doctor
Helene Reynolds
as Fleur de Lys
Minna Gombell
as Queen of Beggars
Arthur Hohl
as Olivier
Curt Bois
as Student
George Tobias
as Beggar
Rod La Rocque
as Phillippe
Spencer Charters
as Court Clerk
Kathryn Adams
as Fleur's Companion #1
Diane Hunter
as Fleur's Companion #2
Sig Arno
as Tailor
Frank Mills
as Beggar (uncredited)
Dewey Robinson
as Butcher (uncredited)
Frank Mazzola
as Child (uncredited)
Alan Copeland
as Choirboy (uncredited)
Arthur Millett
as Count Graville (uncredited)
Ferdinand Munier
as Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Barlowe Borland
as Dubois (uncredited)
Victor Kilian
as Esmeralda's Hangman (uncredited)
James Fawcett
as Festival Ball-Walker (uncredited)
Alan Spear
as Festival Contortionist (uncredited)
Ward Shattuck
as Festival Juggler (uncredited)
Ray Long
as Festival Skeleton Dancer (uncredited)
Lillian Nicholson
as Fleur's Servant (uncredited)
Gisela Werbisek
as Grandmother (uncredited)
Harry Cording
as Guard (uncredited)
Angela Mulinos
as Helene (uncredited)
Lionel Belmore
as Judge at Esmeralda's Trial (uncredited)
Earl Clyde
as Juggler (uncredited)
Thom Fox
as Jupiter (uncredited)
Gretl Dupont
as Lissy (uncredited)
Tempe Pigott
as Madeleine (uncredited)
Nestor Paiva
as Man in Street When Gypsies Arrive (uncredited)
Arthur Dulac
as Mars (uncredited)
Vallejo Gantner
as Merchant (uncredited)
Charlie Hall
as Mercury (uncredited)
George Barrows
as Minor Role (uncredited)
Peter Godfrey
as Monk (uncredited)
Edward Groag
as Moon (uncredited)
J. C. Fowler
as Nobleman (uncredited)
Cy Kendall
as Nobleman Signing Petition (uncredited)
Charles Halton
as Printer (uncredited)
Norbert Schiller
as Saturn (uncredited)
Eddie Abdo
as Singer (uncredited)
Alexander Granach
as Soldier (uncredited)
Edmund Cobb
as Soldier (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn
as Soldier (uncredited)
Eddie Bracken
as Soldier at Festival of Fools (uncredited)
Harold DeGarro
as Stilt Walker (uncredited)
Louis Zamperini
as Street Urchin (uncredited)
John George
as Townsman (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp
as Townsman (uncredited)
Rondo Hatton
as Ugly Man (uncredited)
Vangie Beilby
as 'Ugly Man' Contestant #1 (uncredited)
Russ Powell
as 'Ugly Man' Contestant #2 (uncredited)
Louis Adlon
as Venus (uncredited)
Paul Newlan
as Whipper (uncredited)
Dick Dickinson
as Wooden-Leg Man (uncredited)
Joseph P. Mack
as Workman in Play (uncredited)
Charles Drake
as Young Priest (uncredited)
Richard Clayton
as Young Priest at Cathedral (uncredited)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame Crew

Editing Robert Wise Editor
Art Van Nest Polglase Art Direction
Crew Vernon L. Walker Special Effects
Costume & Make-Up Mel Berns Makeup Department Head
Art Darrell Silvera Set Decoration
Sound Alfred Newman Original Music Composer
Costume & Make-Up Walter Plunkett Costume Designer
Production Pandro S. Berman Producer
Editing William Hamilton Editor
Writing Victor Hugo Novel
Directing William Dieterle Director
Writing Sonya Levien Screenplay
Camera Joseph H. August Director of Photography
Sound John E. Tribby Sound Recordist
Writing Bruno Frank Adaptation