The Hunchback of Notre Dame is an 1831 Gothic novel written by Victor Hugo. Set in Paris in the year 1482, the story revolves around a disfigured bell-ringer named Quasimodo and a Gypsy girl named Esmeralda.
- The Veterinarian's Hospital sketch on episode 422 of The Muppet Show featured several jokes revolving around The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
- In episode 509 of The Muppet Show, Mulch played the hunchback during the song "For Me and My Goyle," accompanied by his gargoyle bride.
- The book was parodied in a Muppets Tonight sketch called The Hunchbear of Notre Dame. It was the result of Andie MacDowell's request to play a Southern belle on episode 211. She ends up playing a Southern Cathedral bell with Bobo as "Quasibobo."
- The Muppet Parodies 1998 Calendar shows Kermit the Frog playing Quasimodo in The Lunhbox of Notre Dame. The lunchbox itself is an homage to the Muppets' parody of Jean-Honoré Fragonard's "The Swing," which was first featured in The Miss Piggy Calendar 1980.
- Jason Alexander played Hugo in the 1996 animated film.
- Kenny Baker played a pickpocket in the 1982 TV movie.
- Timothy Bateson played Commerce in the 1982 TV movie.
- Mary Kay Bergman played Quasimodo's mother and others in the 1996 animated film.
- John Gielgud played Charmolue in the 1982 TV movie.
- Salma Hayek played Esmeralda in the 1997 TV movie.
- Derek Jacobi played Frollo in the 1982 TV movie.
- Charles Kimbrough played Victor in the 1996 animated film.
- Kevin Kline played Phoebus in the 1996 animated film.
- Mona Marshall played additional voices in the 1996 animated film.
- Alan Menken wrote the music for the songs and composed the score to the 1996 animated film.
- Demi Moore played Esmeralda in the 1996 animated film.
- Mandy Patinkin played Quasimodo in the 1997 TV movie The Hunchback.
- Patrick Pinney played guards, gypsies, and others in the 1996 animated film.
- Frank Welker played a baby bird in the 1996 animated film.