The things that happen to us in our childhood can sometimes stay with us forever and Disney movies are a big part of a lot of children's lives. Some people grew up with Disney films, others are only discovering them now, and some are learning to love them again after a few years apart. Whatever your relationship is with Disney films, one can't simply ignore the huge cultural influence they had and still have today. Thousands, if not millions, of people call themselves Disney fans. Are you one of them and can you ace this test to prove it?
Each of these questions is about a Disney film that you most likely saw in your childhood, if you even had one... Will you be able to recognize these vile antagonists and these brave heroes? Do you know all the princesses and main characters? Do you know the supporting characters? Do you know the plots and the twists in each Disney production? Can you identify settings or objects? This quiz will test you on every imaginable angle to see if you really had a childhood filled with Disney films or if you're just now jumping aboard the band wagon.
Get ready to have your knowledge and memories thoroughly put to the test and mercilessly quizzed as you attempt to answer these questions about different Disney movies. Maybe you know these films from when you were eight years old or maybe you saw them recently because you've just gotten out of childhood yourself.
Let's see if you had a Disney-filled childhood! Let the quiz begin!
Can you name this Lion King character?
You may know this character from a fan-favorite Disney film that came out in 1994 and was both a critical and box office success. With two Oscars and One Golden Globe, one could say that this animated Disney film was far from unpopular. This character (voiced by Nathan Lane) definitely holds one of the film's most important supporting roles as he is one of the two animals responsible for the guardianship of the young lion cub whose father is the king. This funny meerkat proves himself to be good-hearted and loyal to those around him. Can you remember his name?
Who was responsible for the creation of Stitch?
In this animated Disney film, Stitch is an alien originally called Experiment 626 who arrives on Earth and is placed in an animal shelter. Lilo is a young girl whose sister Nani has been worried about ever since their parents died. In hopes of keeping Lilo out of trouble and alleviating her grief, she brings her to the animal shelter and Lilo chooses to adopt 626, re-baptizing him Stitch. Can you name the character who was responsible for the creation of Stitch?
Which movie is this?
Set in rural France in the 18th century, this animated Disney movie has already been remade. The town inhabited by the princess this movie is about notably has a library, because the young female protagonist loves to read and often goes there despite the limited amount of books found there. The princess is also the subject of much unwanted attention from a man whom many women find absolutely irresistible. In a sudden twist of fate, this princess finds herself meeting prince charming in the most unexpected of ways. Which movie is being detailed here?
What kind of animal is Bambi's best friend?
Although the film Bambi was released in 1942, it has been seen by children who lived decades later and is still seen by children today. This movie, which is considered to be a classic, is also seen as an environmental film. One of the most poignant and marking moments in the movie is when Bambi's mother is killed by a hunter. who is simply named Man. One of Bambi's friends in the film is named Thumper. What kind of animal is he?
What is the name of the Forrest where Robin Hood lives?
The story of Robin Hood is quite well-known, it is the tale of a hero who stole from the rich in order to give back to the poor, and in 1973 Disney made an animated film about this character. Robin Hood and his companion Little John, represented as a fox and a bear respectively, help the people of Nottingham by stealing money from the richer people and giving it back to them. This happens under the nose of the Sheriff, who is never able to catch them, much to his dismay and frustration. On one occasion, Robin Hood and Little John even steal from the Prince himself. What is the name of the Forrest where the two outlaws live?
Who is the princess in Aladdin?
This Disney animated film was released in 1992 and it featured the voices of Scott Weinger, Linda Larkin, and Robin Williams. The movie, which is set somewhere in a fictional Arab city, is centered around a poor but good-hearted young man named Aladdin. The protagonist eventually finds himself in possession of a magical lamp containing a genie who is ready to grant Aladdin three wishes. The movie also presents the story of a princess who falls in love with Aladdin but whose father is trying to marry her off. What is this young woman called?
Finish these lyrics: "Look for the bare necessities/The simple bare necessities/Forget about ____ _______ ___ _____ ______".
This animated Disney film, which came out in 1967, remains a classic to this day. The story revolves around a young boy named Mowgli who was raised by wolves in the Indian jungle. The most notable and memorable parts of the movie include the scenes showcasing the film's songs. One of the movie's most famous and remembered song, which was nominated for an Oscar, is called "The Bare Necessities". One of the lines goes like this "Look for the bare necessities/The simple bare necessities/Forget about ____ _______ ___ _____ ______". Can you complete it with the right lyrics?
What do you call the group of boys that hang around with Peter?
This (crazy old) movie is from the year 1953, and it is based on a book by author J.M. Barrie. In this fantasy animated film a young girl named Wendy Darling, as well as her brothers George and Michael, follow a boy named Peter Pan to his home in Neverland. One of his friends and sidekick is a tiny fairy named Tinker Bell, but Peter also has a whole group of friends waiting for him on the island. What do you call the group of boys that hang around with Peter?
Who is the villain of this Disney movie?
"One Hundred and One Dalmatians", or "101 Dalmatians" for short, is a Disney movie from 1961 which met critical and box office success. The story, as the title hints to, is about a couple of dalmatian dogs who mate, create a litter of puppies, and who, after having been kidnapped by the film's villain, adopt the other eighty-four puppies who were in her possession. The villain was a very wealthy and evil woman who wanted to obtain the dogs' fur to make a coat. What was the evil woman's name?
Who says this quote: "Most everyone's mad here. You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself..."?
Once again, this animated film is one of the originals and the thirteenth produced by Walt Disney. It is also based on a British children's book, this time by Lewis Carroll and called "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". The protagonist's story, that of a young and bored girl named Alice, starts when she sees a seemingly hurried white rabbit and follows him down his hole. She finds herself in a completely new and strange world filled with talking rabbits, disappearing smiling cats, and foods that make you shrink or grow. One of the character says this quote: "Most everyone's mad here. You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself..." Who is it?
What happens in this scene?
Another classic Disney film is the 1955 animated movie "Lady and the Tramp" which tells the story of a female Cocker Spaniel who falls in love with a male stray mutt. One of the most iconic scenes of the movie, and probably of all Disney films, is when the two dogs are enjoying a romantic diner and Tramp pushes a meatball towards Lady with his nose. What other cute and romantic thing happens during this diner? Choose the most precise answer.
Can you name this Disney movie?
This animated Disney movie was released in 1995 and it featured the voices of Irene Bedard, Mel Gibson, David Ogden Stiers, and Christian Bale. The story revolves around a man named John and his love interest, a young woman he met in what he would certainly describe as another world. John's friend Thomas is also a part of the story, but his role is secondary. As John and the girl spend more and more time together, they fall in love with each other and try to learn from their differences. What is the name of this movie?
Who is this Disney character?
This female character is the protagonist's adoptive mother in the 1999 animated Disney film "Tarzan". This supportive and important character is a female gorilla with brown fur, brown eyes, and a mate named Kerchak. This character is brave, kind, loving, and gentle. Before finding Tarzan, she had lost her baby to a vicious leopard called Sabor. This motherly and caring character had her doubts at first about Tarzan's love interest, but eventually saw that she was right for him. Can you name this Disney character?
What does Ariel brush her hair with?
Ariel, this well-known Disney princess, was introduced with the 1989 animated film "The Little Mermaid". Princess Ariel is half-human and half-fish; her parents are King Triton and Queen Athena; and in the movie she falls in love with a human prince called Eric after saving him from a shipwreck. Even before meeting the prince, Ariel was very fond of the human world and wished to visit it even though she doesn't completely understand it. This is shown in one scene where Ariel brushes her hair with what?
Can you name this Mulan character?
"Mulan" is an animated Disney movie that was released in 1998 and features the voices of Ming-Na Wen, BD Wong, and Miguel Ferrer. In the case of this particular character, comedian Eddie Murphy is the one who voiced him. This quite comical and often overly confident character is the one to guide and help Mulan through her army training and also the one who eventually helps Mulan defeat her biggest enemy. What is the name of this animated film's supporting character?
Do you know what this Disney movie is called?
This movie may not contain any princesses, dragons, or magical beasts, but what it does have is a town called Oaky Oaks, an alien invasion, and an unlikely hero of a main character who's seen as an outcast by the people around him. This animated Disney film was released in 2005 and despite the mixed reviews it received, it was a success at the box office. Can you remember the name of this movie, in which a smart and young protagonist must save his world from an alien invasion?
Can you name this other Lion King character?
This supporting character is one of the most important, as he is the one to advise the King of the Pride Lands. This character is represented by a mandrill and he is voiced by American actor Robert Guillaume. This character is very intelligent and wise, as well as quite energetic and eccentric. One of his wisest bits of insight goes like this: “The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it or learn from it.” Do you know which character said it?
Do you know this Jungle Book character?
This well-known black panther is one of the characters from the 1967 film "The Jungle Book" and he was voiced by Sebastian Cabot. He is sleek and slender, has a no-nonsense approach to life, and is Mowgli's guardian and protector throughout the film. This character also spoke the first lines in the film when he said: "Many strange legends are told of these jungles of India, but none so strange as the story of a small boy named Mowgli. It all began when the silence of the jungle was broken by an unfamiliar sound." Can you name this character?
Who is this other Mulan character?
This character from the 1998 animated Disney film "Mulan" is the villain of the story and the one Mulan eventually defeats in the end. This secondary but very important character is the leader of the Hun Army, who is composed of men coming to take over the Chinese Empire. This evil character is brutal and merciless, ready to kill whoever is in his way without looking back once. Can you recall the name of this confident, cold-blooded, and ruthless character?
Can you name this Robin Hood character?
This female character grew up with the titular character of the movie, Robin Hood, and as she got to know him more and more she fell in love. It is said that she is related to King Richard but this is never really specified or detailed in any ways in the film. This ladylike female character was voiced by Monica Evans and she is portrayed as a kind and motherly person. Can you remember the name of this nice vixen?
Do you know who this Little Mermaid character is?
This opportunistic sea witch would do anything to get what she wants, including stealing the beautiful voice of a young innocent mermaid in need of help. In the 1989 animated film "The Little Mermaid", this antagonist takes advantage of Ariel's desperation to make a bad deal with her. She takes the young girl's voice in exchange for human legs. To keep her human appearance, she must get the Prince to fall in love with her. Do you remember the name of this evil witch?
Complete the song: "Be... our... guest!/Be our guest!/Put our service to the test/Tie your napkin 'round your neck, cherie/___ _____ ________ ___ ____".
This song was featured in the 1991 Disney animated film "Beauty and the Beast" and it was performed by the characters of Lumière, with his French accent, and Mrs. Potts. This song was even nominated for both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe in the Best Original Song category. Can you complete the following lyrics from this beloved and entertaining song? "Be... our... guest!/Be our guest!/Put our service to the test/Tie your napkin 'round your neck, cherie/___ _____ ________ ___ ____".
Who is the villain in the movie Aladdin?
This antagonist from the 1992 animated Disney film "Aladdin" was voiced by American actor Jonathan Freeman. In the movie, this villainous character attempts to find and take possession of the magical lamp in order to take control of the world. This character is also a trusted councilman of the Sultan, Princess Jasmine's father, and as such he takes advantage of his position to hypnotize the Sultan into doing what he wishes. Can you remember the name of this Disney villain?
Which Disney character are these quotes from?
These two quotes come from one of the classic (other word for very old) animated Disney films. This character is the one who said "You can learn a lot of things from the flowers... Huh! Seems to me they could learn a few things about manners!" and "Better look first, for if one drinks much from a bottle marked "Poison", it's almost certain to disagree with you sooner or later." Can you name the Disney character who said these two quotes?
Can you name this other Lion King character?
This warthog is one of the most important characters in the film "The Lion King" as he is one of the friends and protectors of Simba, the protagonist of the movie. This character is know to love food and he also exhibits loyalty, kindness, and devotion to those he loves. This supporting character is also the one who said this line: "it's just a little lion. Look at him. He's so cute and all alone! Can we keep him?" Do you know who this character is?