In The Hunchback of Notre Dame (dir. Jean Delannoy, 1956), Captaine Phoebus (Jean Danet) pays a visit to the Queen and her ladies-in-waiting, one of whom is his fiance, Fleur-de-Lys (Danielle Dumont), after having tried to seduce the gypsy Esmerelada (Gina Lollobrigida). The Queen's ladies are watching Esmerelda as is the priest Claude Frollo (Alain Cunyt, who is shot with sculptures of women saints behind him. The Queen draws Phoebus's attention to a tapestry she and her ladies are embroidering called "The Triumph of Neptune." At the end of the scene, Fleur-de-Lis makes Phoebus chase off Esmerelda from the square. He agrees, but he makes a new date with her, then turns back to the ladies to make them think he has chased her off.