Hunchback of Notre Dame, The (Disney) Easter Egg - Gargoyles

Some may have noticed it, but for those who didn't, the short gargoyle [Hugo] and the tall gargoyle [Victor] are named for the writer of the book: Victor Hugo. As for Laverne,

Also, Hidden Mickey - when Quasi eats the grapes he leaves a few on the vine, in the lower left part seems to be a very familiar shape.

More Mickey - before the scene 8 minutes after Quasi is grown [where we see Esmarelda] you can view another Mickey as Quasi slides down a pillar to hug the gargoyles.

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Sshowdaisy writes:
Laverne is Victor's Hugo's mother's maiden name. Actually it was Laverina.
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Turandot writes:
And in the wild ride sequence when Quasimodo climbs -or slides- down the cathedral carrying Esmeralda, he hangs from a gutter for one second, and if you look -with at least a magnifying glass- on the cathedral facade down the screen, you will be able to distinguish Donald and Goofy's faces among the gargoyles.
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