Don't even get me started on Disney. It's a horror!
The famous musical had decent music and great costumes/esthetics, but they didn't do great on the characterization.
The 1956 film (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hunch ... (1956_film
)) does a decent job with characters... I don't remember specifically Claude, but they include Jehan, and their Quasimodo is much closer to the book version in character - though less so in appearance.
I personally don't think any movie adaptation can do justice with Claude, but they can try. After what goes on in his head and heart after he thought he condemned Esmeralda while Quasimodo saved her, and after his heart-rendering monologues, and ananke
- I mean, movies can try, but there is so much that goes unsaid aloud that I don't think any adaptation would match the grandiosity of the book.
C'est tellement mystérieux, le pays des larmes. ~Le Petit Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry