Hunchback of Notre Dame is the 1939 film considered by many as the greatest adaptation of the Victor Hugo classic novel about the deformed bell ringer of Notre Dame who rescues a beautiful gypsy woman from his evil guardian and falls in love with her. A stunning achievement starring Oscar-winner Charles Laughton ("Spartacus," "Mutiny on the Bounty") as the heroic hunchback, Quasimodo. Featuring the screen debut of Academy Award-winner Edmond O'Brien ("D.O.A.," "The Wild Bunch") and the U.S. debut of the beautiful Maureen O'Hara ("How Green Was My Valley," "Only the Lonely"). Also starring Oscar-winner Thomas Mitchell ("It's a Wonderful Life," "Stagecoach") and Cedrick Hardwicke ("The Ten Commandments"). Produced by Academy Award-recipient Pandro S. Berman ("Ivanhoe," "Top Hat," "Father of the Bride"). Nominated for its outstanding musical score.