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The Hunchback Of Notre Dame A U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child.

U films should be set within a positive framework and should offer reassuring counterbalances to any violence, threat or horror. If a work is particularly suitable for pre-school children, this will be indicated in the ratings info.

BBFC


1996
U
UK release date 19th July 1996
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

Directed by

Kirk Wise

Starring

Jason Alexander
Tom Hulce
Mary Kay Bergman
Corey Burton
Jim Cummings
Bill Fagerbakke
Tony Jay
Paul Kandel
Charles Kimbrough
Heidi Mollenhauer
Patrick Pinney
Gary Trousdale
David Ogden Stiers
Frank Welker
Mary Wickes
Jane Withers
Jack Angel
Joan Barber
Scott Barnes
Bob Bergen
Susan Blu
Maureen Brennan
Rodger Bumpass
Victoria Clark
Philip L. Clarke
Jennifer Darling
Debi Derryberry
Jonathan Dokuchitz
Bill Farmer
Laurie Faso
Merwin Foard
Dana Hill
Judy Kaye
Eddie Korbich
Alix Korey
Michael Lindsay
Sherry Lynn
Mona Marshall
Howard McGillin
Mickie McGowan
Anna McNeely
Bruce Moore
Denise Pickering
Phil Proctor
Jan Rabson
Peter Samuel
Kath Soucie
Gordon Stanley
Mary Stout
Marcelo Tubert

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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£9,805,544
647
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
648

US total gross
$100,138,851
696
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

Global total gross
$325,338,851
419
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: U
Genres
Popular in these countries
  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£5,025,690
£5,025,690
2
£2,415,696
£7,441,386
3
£1,025,691
£8,467,077
6
£425,695
£8,892,772
6▲▼
£225,653
£9,118,425
8
£210,211
£9,328,636
7
£200,533
£9,529,169
8
£170,685
£9,699,854
12
£105,690
£9,805,544
News from around the web
2nd August 2016

This weekend saw the release of two of this summers most anticipated films, and sequels, in Finding Dory and Jason Bourne, and the forgetful little fish won the weekend.

Finding Dory debut weekend in the UK stands at &pond;8.1 million, and excellent opening by all means and not only one of Pixars highest in the UK but also one of the top animation openings.

Compared to 2003s Finding Nemo, and despite the more negative reviews, the film opens higher, but compared to ticket sales Dory (1.1 million) is half a million below Nemo (1.6 million).

Jason Bourne comes in a comfortable second place this week with £7.6 million which is the highest of the series to date.

The BFG falls from the top where it debuted last week to number 3 this week, although if you take in the whole week it is the top grossing movie (Monday - Sunday) with £9.1 million, total gross for the movie is £14 million.

Highest gross and longest run on the top 10 is The Secret Life of Pets which has now grossed £30 million over 6 weeks.

Historical charts

A year ago
Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation was making its debut at the top of the box office knocking Inside Out down to number 2 after a week at number 1.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 made it 3 at the top leaving Captain America: The First Avenger to enter at number 2.

Ten years ago
Cars made its debut at the top of the chart knocking Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest down to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Jurassic Park III held on to the top of the box office leaving Swordfish to make its debut at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Twister was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1 while The Hunchback of Notre Dame fell to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
There was no moving Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the top while top new film of the week was Edward Scissorhands.

27th July 2016

There became a bit of a battle for the top of the box office this week as the much loved children's classic The BFG went up agains the much loved Star Trek franchise.

In the end Roald Dahl and Steven Spielberg won with The BFG as it takes the number 1 spot on its debut weekend of release with a very respectable £5.3 million

The film was considered a flop in the US but the stories are considered classics in the UK and parents have passed down books from generation to generation and this is reflected in the box office.

Almost as much loved, and celebrating 50 years this year is Star Trek, and to celebrate we have Star Trek Beyond which this week makes its debut at 2.

A weekend take of £4.7 million wasn't enough to see it debut at the top, and even more worrying is this is half as much as Star Trek Into Darkness, and lower than the original reboot.

The positive reviews may help the path ahead but this is definitely a diminishing series and with a fourth film already planned who knows what the future holds.

Also new this week are André Rieu's 2016 Maastricht Concert which had a couple of shows this last weekend is new at 3.

Historical charts

A year ago
This time last year Pixars Inside Out made its debut at the top of the box office knocking Ant-Man into second place.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 made it a second week at the top while the top new film was Cars 2 at number 2.

Ten years ago
For a second weekend Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest was the top film while the highest new film was The Break UP at number 2.

Fifteen years ago

New at the top was Jurassic Park III while Shrek fell from the top into second place.

Twenty year ago

Disneys The Hunchback of Notre Dame made its debut at the top leaving Mission:Impossible to fall into second place.

Twenty five years ago
Kevin Coster was the big star of the era and debuted Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the top of the charts after lots of hype, while Thelma and Louise fell to number 3.