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Victor is a gargoyle, one of the trio and major character in Disney's 1996 film The Hunchback of Notre Dame and its 2002 sequel.

Victor acts as a Renaissance man, speaking in a deep British tone and often the voice of reason, or at least, the voice of caution. Compared to his companions, Victor can be seen as a coward and is the most innocent of the trio, going as far as to apologize to Frollo's soldier, after forcefully attacking them out of defense during the climax of the film. Though he makes attempts to remain level-head, anxiety can sometimes get the better of him, resulting in panicked outburst or sobbing fits.