Posted by: Daniel Gallo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 4 19:00:20 1999
One referenced has been told me by Oscar Almaraz (email@example.com) a dear friend and big TLK fan. In Disney movie "The Hunchback of Notredame" in the scene of song "Out there" where Quasimodo sings "...safe behing this windows and these parapets of stone / gazing the people down below me...", the camera shows the crowd at the street, and there a couple men carries a tied pig. Oscar says that it's Pumbaa (In my VHS it doesn't look clear enough to confirm or deny it)
(Addendum from Trace Curtis)
"Safe behind these windows and these parapets of stone / gazing at the people down below me," I admit, does show an ariel view of the town. I became puzzled when I could not make out any people much less two men carrying a tied pig. I almost stopped it when I decided to wait and look at the other arial views I know are there. Sure enough, I did see the men and the pig (Pumbaa) once Quasimodo sings, "Out there among the millers and the weavers and their wives."