The Hunchback of Notre Dame II

Synopsis: Now that Frollo is gone, Quasimodo rings the bell with the help of his new friend and Esmeralda's and Phoebus' little son, Zephyr. But when Quasi stops by a traveling circus owned by evil magician Sarousch, he falls for Madellaine, Sarouch's assistant. But greedy Sarousch forces Madellaine to help him steal the Cathedral's most famous bell.
Director(s): Bradley Raymond
Production: Walt Disney Television Animation
  2 wins & 12 nominations.
 
IMDB:
4.7
Rotten Tomatoes:
30%
G
Year:
2002
68 min
953 Views


Hey, come back!

Wait up!

Oh, what a beautiful day.

Good morning.

There's music in the marketplace

The streets have come alive

The town is in a tizzy

It's a busy buzzing hive

There's cause for this commotion

and emotional display

we just can't wait to celebrate

Our favourite holiday

Le Jour D'Amour

Your song is in the air

what magic

will you make for us

what promise will you share

That golden bell

sweet La Fidele

will soon be ringing clear

The best of all the festivals

Le Jour D'Amour is here

Mesdames et messieurs,

time is short.

You must find your true love.

Find your soul's mate...

for the Festival D'Amour

is upon us.

Some have come in puppy love

perchance to steal a kiss

Some are still enamoured

after years of wedded bliss

Everyone's parading

down the promenade in pairs

To join the celebration

at the finest of the fairs

Le Jour D'Amour

Your song is in the air

what magic will you make for us

whose name shall I declare

That golden bell, sweet La Fidele

will soon be ringing clear

The best of all the festivals

Le Jour D'Amour is here

Oh, how the stars

will sparkle on the water

As the troubadours sing

tales of true romance

The spirits may rise

with fire in their eyes

while gypsy girls

enchant you with a dance

Le Jour D'Amour

Your song is in the air

what magic will you make for us

what promise will you share

That golden bell, sweet La Fidele

will soon be ringing clear

The best of all the festivals

Le Jour D'Amour is here

Ah, observe the rituals

of courtship...

as citizens gather two by two.

Oh, looks like there's

someone for everyone.

Ah, yes. Too bad there's

only one of me to go around, eh?

Ha! One is plenty.

Believe me.

Ah, thanks. Hey!

- Was that a shot?

- Maybe.

- Take that back!

- No!

Take that-- Back.

Are you guys gonna fight all day

or help me get ready for the festival?

There he is in

his triumphant return.

Dashing gadabout town, eh?

Come on. Let's get the marble out, huh?

We have to polish La Fidele.

- And what's the festival--

- Without the bell?

Or the bell-ringer!

Toro! Toro!

- Toro! Toro!

- Charge!

Zephyr, you need

to slow down.

Okay...

Mom.

- Listen to your mother, young man.

- Yes, Papa.

Look at her.

La Fidele,

you are magnificent.

Are you gonna ring it

once for my mom, Quasi?

You bet he is, and your mother's

gonna be down in the square...

screaming loudly into the night...

"I love my husband Phoebus."

Oh, really? And what makes you

think that I'm gonna shout so loudly?

You'll have to to be heard

over me yelling...

"I love Esmeralda!"

- Yuck.

- Yeah. Yuck.

Whose name are you

gonna yell tomorrow, Quasi?

- No one, I guess.

- Then who's gonna scream your name?

I don't think anyone

ever will, Zephyr.

Well-- Well, why not?

Quasi.

Takes more than looking

to really see.

Someday you'll be ready.

And when you are, you'll find her.

Someday. Nah.

What could possibly ever change?

Oh, boy!

Wow! It's the circus!

- A giraffe!

- Look how tall he is!

- Look!

- Oh, look at the monkey.

Come, mes amis!

As part of the Festival D'Amour...

a circus has come to Paris!

Come one, come all...

to Cirque de Sarousch!

See juggling clowns...

fire-breathers and magic.

And now, may I present

the prettiest ornament on the midway...

I can't see!

my assistant, Mad--

Well, my assistant, Made--

- It's empty!

- There's no one there.

Well-- Well, of course not! You have

to come to the circus to see her.

Where is Madellaine?

And pull!

Mesdames and messieurs...

kindly direct

your attention high above...

as the magnificent Madellaine...

is about to perform

her daring high-wire act...

without a net.

Oops.

And the crowd goes wild.

A hush comes over the crowd

as Madellaine begins her graceful trek.

Madellaine catches her breath

having nearly plummeted to her death.

And the crowd

bursts into applause!

As they scream for more!

Encore!

Thank you.

You're too kind.

Where were you,

my little trinket?

Oh, well, I-I-I was, um--

I-I was standing.

Well, of-of course I was standing.

I mean, I haven't always been sitting.

That would be stupid, I guess.

I'm sorry.

I-I-I just want to contribute more

to the circus.

Your job is to stand there

and look pretty.

Hello. Oh, lovely.

- I wanna do more.

- And so you shall, my little clair.

I have the perfect job

for a girl like you.

Up in the tower

of Notre Dame...

is a bell of

extraordinary value.

I want you to go up there and find out

which is the bell called La Fidele.

- Why?

- Because I mean to steal it, silly.

I'll be rich. I can travel

the world in style and comfort.

No. Why must we always steal?

I-I was thinking--

Thinking?

Not your strong suit,

is it, my little bonbon?

No, it's mine.

- And where would you be without me?

- On the streets.

Precisely. For it's

a cold world out there--

For a girl like me.

What do I do?

Oh. Lovely.

There's a bell-ringer

that lives in the tower.

Smile at him.

Wile and beguile him...

and he'll tell you

exactly what I want to know.

Uh, hello.

- Damsel alert.

- And a lovely vision at that.

What am l, chopped liver?

I-l'm looking for the bell-ringer.

She wants you, big guy.

Is anyone here?

- Get out there, sweetie.

- I-I-I can't. What would I say?

Open your mouth.

Something will come out.

- I-I-I--

- Nothing came out.

My name is Madellaine.

I-l'm with the circus...

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Jule Selbo

Jule Britt Selbo is an American screenwriter, playwright, author, producer and professor. She was born in Fargo, North Dakota. She is currently a Professor in the Cinema and Television Arts Department at California State University, Fullerton and is a member of the WGA. more…

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