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Hellfire . . "Protect me, Maria! Don't let this siren cast her spell, don't let her fire sear my flesh and bone! Destroy Esméralda, and let her taste the fires of Hell, or else let her be mine and mine alone." I recently revisited the 1996 Disney adaptation of The Hunchback of Notre Dame (for the first time in many, many years) and felt compelled to build this vignette featuring (in my opinion) the most evil (human) Disney character singing one of the most unusual songs in the Disney library, "Hellfire." It really defines Claude Frollo as not only terrifying, in that he will destroy the "evil" in the world (the gypsies) and that he will do it in the name of virtue, but also as human, in that he himself is both afraid of damnation and in that he is lustful. Very uncharacteristic of your typical Disney animated feature. Check out this powerful scene here.

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