Summary Of The Phantom Of The Opera

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Summary of The Phantom of the Opera

Cristine Daae, a young soprano, has a unconventional relationship with the Phantom of the Opera. Raoul, a childhood friend of Christine, comes back to win over her heart. As the tension between these three heats up, everyone's fate seems to rest in Christine’s hands. Who will she choose? Her childhood sweetheart? Or her deepest desire?
Begins when an opera ghost terrorizes the cast and crew of the French Opera House while tutoring a chorus girl. He finally drives the lead soprano crazy so she and her friend leave. The girl is able to sing lead one night but the soprano doesn't want her show stolen so she comes back. The ghost demands they keep giving his protégé lead roles. Meanwhile, His pupil falls in love with the Vicomte de Chagny, but the Phantom is in love with Christine, his student. The Phantom is outraged by their love and kidnaps Christine to be his eternal bride. Will Raoul, the Vicomte, be able to stop this dastardly plan?

Famous Lines/Quotes in the movie The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom: Did I NOT instruct that Box 5 was to be left empty?
Meg Giry: He's here, the phantom of the opera!
Christine: It's him!
Carlotta: Your part is silent, little toad!
The Phantom: A toad, madam? Perhaps it is you who are the toad...
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Christine: [sung] But his voice filled my spirit with a strange, sweet sound. In that night there was music in my mind. And through music my soul began to soar! And I heard as I'd never heard before.
Raoul: [sung] What you heard was a dream and nothing more.
Christine: [sung] Yet in his eyes, all the sadness of the world. Those pleading eyes, that both threaten and adore...
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The Phantom: Wandering child, so lost, so helpless, yearning for my guidance.
Christine: Angel or father? Friend of phantom? Who is it there staring?
The Phantom: Have you forgotten your Angel?
Christine: Angel oh speak, what endless longings? Echoing this whisper.
The Phantom: Too long you've

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