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Notre Dame de Paris (Motion picture : 1956)


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    • Hunchback of Notre Dame (Motion picture : 1956)
    • Victor Hugo's The hunchback of Notre Dame (Motion picture : 1956)
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    • found: Internet movie database, Nov. 3, 2009(Notre Dame de Paris (1956), director: Jean Delannoy; release date: France and Italy, 19 Dec. 1956; USA, 3 Nov. 1957; language: French; also known as: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (USA); Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (USA); shot simultaneously in French and English-speaking version, but it looks as if the English one was not used; lists other films with same title)
    • found: Wikipedia, Nov. 3, 2009(The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1956 film); in French, Notre Dame de Paris; Anthony Quinn and Gina Lollobrigida are the only two actors in the film who actually speak in English; the rest of the cast is made up of French actors who have had their voices dubbed into English; directed by Jean Delannoy; release date: Dec. 19, 1956; country: Italy/France; language: French)
    • found: The New York times film reviews, 1913-1968:v. 4, p. 3026 (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
    • found: Enser's filmed books and plays, c2003(Hunchback of Notre Dame, The (Fr/It) 1956 dir. Jean Delannoy)
    • found: Horror and science fiction films, 1972(The Hunchback of Notre Dame (F) 1956 (Notre Dame de Paris); director: Jean Delannoy)
    • found: The complete index to literary sources in film, c1999:p. 233 (Notre Dame de Paris 1957 d: Jean Delannoy; Hunchback of Notre Dame; Notre-Dame de Paris)
    • found: International guide to literature on film, c1994:p. 127 (Notre-Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre-Dame), FR/IT, 1956, d. Jean Delannoy)
    • found: The encyclopedia of novels into film, c2005(The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1956), France-Italy, dir. by Jean Dellanoy [sic]; "the 1957 French version ... was marred by inept dubbing in its English-language release")
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