The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Blu-ray Releases October 2022

Eureka Entertainment are bringing the 1923 Lon Chaney version of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame to blu-ray this October in the UK.

I’ve added a clip of the film at the bottom of the page.

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Blu-ray

Eureka are bringining us a 1080p presentation on Blu-ray from a 4K restoration conducted by Universal Pictures which should look amazing.

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Blu-ray


  • 1 Disc
  • Region: B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Audio: Uncompressed LPCM Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 100 mins approx
  • Rating: PG


  • Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase (First print-run of 2000 copies only)
  • New Audio Commentary with Author Stephen Jones & Critic Kim Newman
  • Brand New Interview with Kim Newman
  • New Interview with Film Historian Jonathan Rigby
  • Collector’s Booklet

You can pre-order the Blu-ray now on Amazon for £18.99 (Price correct as of 29.09.22).

Alternatively you can purchase directly from Eureka Entertainment’s website also for £18.99.

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The blu-ray releases on 17th October 2022 in the UK.

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