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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: The Hunchback of Notre Dame


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Gina Lollobrigida , Anthony Quinn in a colourful screen version of Victor Hugo 's classic story.
A beautiful gypsy dancer, Esmeralda. is adored by two men - the sinister Frollo and Quasimodo, the deformed bellringer of Notre Dame Cathedral. When she herself falls for a dashing young officer, a fatal chain of events is set in motion, which culminates in murder.
Screenplay by JEAN AURENCHE and JACQUES PREVERT Based on the novel by VICTOR HUGO
Produced by ROBERT AND RAYMOND HAKIM Directed by JEAN DELANNOY and at 5.5
Panache starring
René Auberjonols, David Healy Charles Frank
Panache, Donat and Alain are three loyal swordsmen in the service of the King of France. Intrigue and romance unfold as they pit their wits and swords against the scheming Cardinal Richelieu in a 17th-century swashbuckling adventure.
Screenplay by DUKE VINCENT
Produced by ROBERT E. RELYEA Directed by GARY NELSON Films: page 16


Unknown: Gina Lollobrigida
Unknown: Anthony Quinn
Unknown: Victor Hugo
Play By: Jean Aurenche
Unknown: Jacques Prevert
Novel By: Victor Hugo
Produced By: Robert And
Produced By: Raymond Hakim
Directed By: Jean Delannoy
Unknown: David Healy
Unknown: Charles Frank
Play By: Duke Vincent
Produced By: Robert E. Relyea
Directed By: Gary Nelson
Esmeralda: Gina Lollobrigida
Quasimodo: Anthony Quinn
Phoebus de Chateaupers: Jean Danet
Claude Frollo , ,: Alain Cuny
Gringoire: Robert Hirsch
Fleur de Lys: Danielle Dumont
Clopin: Philippe Clay
Jehan Frollo: Maurice Safati
Louis XI: Jean Tissier
Panache: René Auberjonois
Donat: David Healy
Alain: Charles Frank
Rochefort: Charles Seibert
TreviHe: John Doucette
Queen Anne: Amy Irving
King Louis XIII: Harvey Solin
Richelieu: Joe Ruskin
Duchess Montvallier: Judith Brown
M Durant/Pere Joseph: Ham Dunn
Laval: Peggy Walton
Horseman: Michael O'Keeffe

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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: The Hunchback of Notre Dame

BBC Two England, 21 May 1983 15.25

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