I don't own Rise of the Guardians, Olivia Holt, Leo Howard, Malcor(he belongs to my partner on YouTube), Beauty and the Beast, Tarzan, Jason Earles, Hercules, Atlantis: the Lost Empire, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Brother Bear, How to Train Your Dragon, Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas and Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Note: Everything will be in Jack's, Olivia's, Leo's and Malcor's POVs unless I put it in normal mode
Note2: two curse words and a lot of insults in this spoof even though it's a rated G Disney movie but I'm only gonna use a few and change the others.
Jason Earles(singing): Morning in Paris the city awakes
To the Bells of Note Dame
The fisherman fishes
The baker man bakes
To the Bells of Notre Dame
To the big bells as loud as the thunder
To the little bells soft as a Psalm
And some say the soul of the city's the toll
Of the bells
The Bells of Notre Dame
Some kids walked over to his stand. "Listen. They're beautiful, no? So many colors of sound, so many changing moods. Because you know they don't ring all by themselves." He told the children.
A bear popped up to his side. "They don't?" He asked.
"No, you silly bear. Up there, high, high in the dark bell tower, lives the mysterious winter spirit. He only comes out at winter time then it's back up there. Who is this creature?" He asked.
"Who?" The bear asked.
"What is he?" Jason E. asked.
"What?" The bear asked.
"How did he come to be there?" Jason E. asked.
"How?" The bear asked.
"Hush!" He told the bear, whacking him gently in the head with a stick but the the groaned in pain softly as he rubbed his head as the children laughed. "Jason E. will tell you. It is a tale, a tale of a man... and a monster." He told the children.
A small group were on a boat underground and a baby was crying while in the arms of its mother.
Jason E.(singing in narration): Dark was the night when our tale was begun
On the docks of near Notre Dame
"Shut it up, will you?" The man said. He was next to the baby's mother.
"We'll be spotted!" The other man said. He was in front of them.
"Hush, little one." The mother said. She had white hair and tan skin.
Jason E.: Four frightened gypsies slid silently under
The docks near Notre Dame
The three men got out of the boat and the third man helped the mother out. "Four guilders for safe passage into Paris." The man that got the three into Paris from under. He had his hand out, waiting for the money when an arrow struck his paddle. They looked over and saw Malcor's army.
Jason E.: But a trap had been laid for the gypsies
And they gazed up in fear and alarm
The man that was next to the mother put her slightly behind him.
Jason E.: At a figure whose clutches
Were iron as much as the bells
The mother and the two men turned around and saw Malcor coming towards them. "Judge Malcor." The man said.
Jason E.: The Bells of Notre Dame
Malcor longed to purge the world
Of vice and sin
And he saw corruption
Everywhere except within
"Bring these gypsy vermin to the palace of justice." Malcor ordered.
"You there! What are you hiding?" A guard asked. She tried to escape but he grabbed her wrist.
"Stolen goods, no doubt. Take them from her." Malcor said.
Jason E.(narrating): She ran.
The mother held the baby as she ran and Ratcliffe chased her on his horse. She got to the doors of Notre Dame and banged on it. "Sanctuary! Please give us sanctuary!" She begged then saw Ratcliffe coming. Her eyes widened and she ran again. Ratcliffe caught up to her, took the baby from her and pushed her away.
The baby cried and he looked at it. "A baby?" He asked, opening the cloth open. His eyes widened and gasped softly. "A monster!" He said, closing the cloth and looked around then saw a well which gave him an idea. He made the horse go over to the well and he was about ready to drop it into the well.
"Stop!" A voice said, causing Malcor to look over.
Jason E.: ...cried the Christmas Spirit.
"This is an unholy demon. I'm sending it back to Hell, where it belongs." Malcor said.
North(singing in the story): See, there, the innocent blood you have spilt
On the steps of Notre Dame
"I am guiltless. She ran. I pursued." Malcor said with no emotion as he rode to North's side.
North: Now you would add this child's blood to your guilt
On the steps of Notre Dame
"My conscience is clear." Malcor snapped.
North: You can lie to yourself and your minions
You can claim that you haven't a qualm
But you never can run from
Nor hide what you've done from the eyes
The very eyes of Notre Dame
Jason E.(singing in narration): And for one time in his life
Malcor was looking at the eyes of the statues that were on Notre Dame.
Jason E.: Of power and control
Malcor felt a twinge of fear for his immortal soul
"What must I do?" Malcor asked, looking at a statue.
"Care for the child and raise it as your own." North said, facing Malcor as he held the mother in his arms.
"What? I am to be saddled with this misshapen-" He was about to ask his second question when he looked at the baby. "Very well. But let him live with you in your church." He said, looking at North.
"Live here? Where?" North asked.
"Anywhere." Malcor said, looking at the bell towers.
Malcor(singing in the story): Just so he's kept locked away where no one else can see
"The bell tower, perhaps. And who knows? Our lord works in mysterious ways." He said then looked at the baby.
Malcor: Even this foul creature may yet prove one day to be
Of use to me
Jason E.(narrating): And Malcor gave the child an unusual name, a name that is after the winter spirit. Jack Frost.
Jason E.(singing in narration): Now here is a riddle to guess if you can
Sing the Bells of Notre Dame
Who is the monster and who is the man
Sing the Bells, Bells, Bells, Bells
Bells, Bells, Bells, Bells
Bells of Notre Dame
Jack Frost as Quasimodo
Olivia Holt as Esmeralda
Leo Howard as Phoebus
Malcor as Frollo
Gaston as Brutish Guard
Clayton as Oafish Guard
Jason Earles as Clopin
Phil as Hugo
Milo as Victor
Kayley as Larvene
Koda as Djali
Toothless as Phoebus' horse
North as the priest
Kida as Quasimodo's mom
Baby Tarzan as Baby Quasimodo
Pooh as Puppet Clopin
Baby Tooth as the bird from the beginning
Eraqus as the miller