Name As Many Disney Characters As Possible To Find Out Which One You're Most Like

Walt Disney Animation Studios has been releasing their iconic animated children’s films for decades now. In fact, its first official feature film was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which had come out in 1937. Since then, the company has produced and released dozens upon dozens of films, some of which were under the Pixar name. However, for the sake of this quiz, the only characters that will be included are exclusively labelled from the Disney company.

Even in just referencing movies from the Walt Disney Animation Studios, there has been nearly fifty to date. Of course, some of these films are more popular than others, including the select few that were released in the Renaissance decade. For those who aren’t familiar, these were the movies that came out in between 1989-1999, and are believed to be some of Disney’s most successful films. Movies such as Hercules, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Pocahontas, Tarzan, and The Lion King came out during this time.

This quiz has a number of unique characters—princesses, princes, sidekicks (both animal and not), villains, and everything in between! There are also many who don’t necessarily fall into any of the above categories, but are still well known.

Question 1

Name this Disney protagonist:

This Disney protagonist is considered to be one of the original princesses from the 1990s decade. She is the leading lady in two Disney films. Initially she is characterized as being a bit of a trouble maker, due to the fact that she not only slacks on her daily chores, but she makes a mess of her matchmaking appointment. To be fair, this character was clearly not meant for that life, being that she made the decision to fight in her dad’s place in the war against the Huns.

Question 2

Name this Disney princess:

This Disney princess is also one of the original princesses, although she made her debut back in the 1950s. In addition to the animated film, this character was also the protagonist in a recent live-action film that came out in 2015. Both were portrayed nearly the same, where a young woman finds herself being taken advantage of by her step-mother and step-sisters because of her kind nature. Unexpectedly she is also invited to the prince’s ball, although her family tries to make it impossible for her to attend.

Question 3

Name this Disney street rat:

This Disney protagonist is technically considered to be one of the original princes despite the fact that he was not born into royalty himself. He was the main character in all three films that were released in the 1990s. For all his life, this character only knew the life of crime—it was the only way he could survive after all. This all changes though when he is tasked with retrieving a lamp, and when he falls in love with the princess.

Question 4

Name this Disney character:

This Disney character was the protagonist of the 2000 film, as well as the television series that ran in the late 2000s. In terms of the movie, this character actually had substantial development. In the beginning he was depicted as being both arrogant and unkind, especially when he revealed his plan to smash homes for his new resort. However, after accidentally being turned into a llama from the villain of the film, he begins to realize how much his actions were hurting his people.

Question 5

Name this Disney alien:

This Disney character is one of the two main protagonists from his respective franchise which debuted in the early 2000s. Additionally, he was featured in the television program as well. He also is a character that experienced a lot of development, primarily in the first film. As a product of an alien scientist’s experiment, all this character knew was anger and destruction. That all changed when a girl adopted him and showed him that he was part of her new family.

Question 6

Name this Disney prince:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the newer princes to be included in the franchise. He made his debut in the 2010 film where at the end of the film he marries the lost princess (which in turn makes him a prince). Initially he is depicted as a smug thief, where he steals the crown of the princess. In the midst of his escape, he climbs up a tower to lay low for a while, not realizing that it was occupied.

Question 7

Name this Disney princess:

This Disney character is classified as one of the original princesses from the 1990s-2000s era. Similar to a lot of the other princesses from this time, she ends up marrying a prince which is what makes her a princess. When she made her initial debut, this character was in fact a mermaid who longed to be a part of the human world. So much so, she had a secret underwater cove where she stored all of the human items in her vast collection.

Question 8

Name this Disney character:

This Disney character is also considered to be one of the original princesses (despite the fact that she’s not technically a royal). Nevertheless, she was a popular character in the 1990s. She is depicted as being independent, curious, brave, and a little irresponsible—at least when it came to being the daughter of the village chief. She often seeks the advice from Grandmother Willow, despite the fact that it’s usually always cryptic. When she meets a voyager her life ultimately changes forever.

Question 9

Name this Disney protagonist:

This Disney character was the main protagonist from his respective films, and was highly popular in the 1990s and early 2000s. Additionally, there was a live-action film that involved this character and others, although he was depicted slightly different than the Disney version. In this animated film, he was just an infant when a female gorilla adopted him as her own. He was raised in the jungle, and only came across a human for the first time as an grown adult.

Question 10

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is classified as one of the original villains from the 1990s era. This character was also depicted in the live action film and shared similar qualities. He makes his debut in the animated film as a potential love interest to the female character, although it is made quite clear that she does not feel the same way. He only wishes to marry her because she’s the “most beautiful girl in town,” and is under the impression that’s the only reason he needs.

Question 11

Name this Disney prince:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original princes, where he made his first debut in the 1959 film. What’s unique about this character is the fact that the woman that he also marries was a princess in her own right, and it’s not often both characters were royals from the very start. He is promised to the princess from a young age, even after she’s sent away as an infant to live in a cottage. When they meet in the forest he had no idea it was really her.

Question 12

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is classified as one of the original villains from the popular 1990s era. He is unique in the fact that his desires were quite personal in the fact that it involved his family. While his brother was in charge of ruling Mount Olympus, this character was given the task of ruling the Underworld. He decides to take advantage of a planetary alignment that’ll free the Titans so he could overthrow his brother. His only problem was his nephew who was the only person who could stand in his way.

Question 13

Name this Disney character:

This female Disney character is unique in the fact that she’s not a princess like some of the others from this time, nor does she enter a relationship with a royal for that matter. She is the female lead from the 1996 film, and is depicted as being kind-hearted, sincere, and a little rebellious. This unruly nature is a result of being a part of a group in society that was not necessarily welcomed. She takes pity on the other main character for how the others treat him.

Question 14

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is known for being one of the female villains from the 2000s era. She is unique in the fact that she’s quite comical, especially when none of her plans seem to follow through. At the beginning of the film she was working as the emperor’s advisor, and it was made clear that she desired to rule herself. When the emperor fires her from her job, she comes up with a plan to be rid of him once and for all.

Question 15

Name this male Disney character:

This Disney character is one of the newer additions to the children’s franchise. He can also be classified as a prince due to the fact that he ends up falling in love and entering a relationship with a princess. He is known for being a bit dramatic as well as pessimistic. He is roped into helping the female protagonist to search for her sister, despite the fact that he’s not really a people person. Nevertheless, he helps her and ends up falling in love by the end.

Question 16

Name this Disney sidekick:

This Disney character is considered to be a sidekick and is from films released in the 1990s and early 2000s. He’s got a big personality and is quite independent which makes him a unique side character to say the very least. In both films, he has his own personal agenda for why he helps his main character, and it’s always something that benefits him. Nonetheless, he is helpful despite the fact that he creates chaos between the two main characters.

Question 17

Name this Disney princess:

This Disney princess is one of the more recent to be included in the franchise. She starred in the 2009 film and marries into royalty by the end. She is depicted as being a strong and independent woman, who worked very hard to get what she wanted. She never had anything handed to her, so she was quite humble as a result. When she and the prince were getting to know each other, she seemed to make him a better person, or at least helped him to realize what was truly important in life.

Question 18

Name this Disney princess:

This Disney princess is one of the more recent to be included in the franchise. She was the main protagonist from the 2010 film, although for most of her life she wasn’t aware that she was a princess at all. As a baby, the villain takes this character and hides her in a tower far from the castle. The woman used this character’s healing powers so she could stay young. Despite never having met another person her whole life, this character’s heart was filled with adventure and wonderment.

Question 19

Name this Disney animal:

This Disney character is a part of a major franchise that was popular in the 1990s era. He was introduced in the second film as just a young cub, who was unfortunately born outside of the Pridelands. This made him unwelcome in the eyes of one of the main characters, who believed he would grow up like another villain. Fast forward in time, this character then became an adult and ended up reuniting with a lioness from his childhood.

Question 20

Name this Disney princess:

This Disney princess is one of the more recent to be included in the franchise. She was the main protagonist from the 2013 film, and will also be starring in the movie that is releasing later in 2019. She is the youngest of two, and is depicted as being adventurous and quirky even from a young age. Unfortunately, after her sister locks herself up as a way to protect her, this character was left to entertain herself for years. Even so, she was the first to volunteer to go after her sister and bring her home.

Question 21

Name this Disney love interest:

This Disney character was the love interest in the 1990s film, and also made a surprise appearance in the sequel. Unlike a lot of the films from this decade, he was not a prince nor did he marry a princess. Instead, he was depicted as being an explorer who accompanied a ship of men to the main protagonists land in search of riches and also to make the island a “New World.” Although he had a bit of a reputation, his perception begins to change after he meets the daughter of the village chief.

Question 22

Name this Disney protagonist:

This Disney character is not technically a prince by any means, although he is definitely classified as a god. He was born on Mount Olympus although he was taken from his home as an infant. His uncle learned from a prophecy that this character would be the one to stop his future plans to take over Mount Olympus, so he decided to cut him out of the picture altogether. His minions used a potion to make him mortal, only he didn’t drink every last drop.

Question 23

Name this Disney character:

This Disney character was one of the main protagonists from the highly popular franchise from the 1990s decade. She was the best friend of the main character in the first film, where even as young cubs the two would find themselves in trouble. As kids the two were against the idea that they were betrothed, but when they reunited as adults it was evident they were in love. While her best friend was in exile, she learned to take care of herself.

Question 24

Name this Disney fox:

This Disney character was a deuteragonist from a more recent film in this particular franchise. In a world where animals exist like humans, they have long forgotten their predatory natures and live in harmony. All except for this character, who is among the few that still are stereotyped. From a young age he was neglected for being sly and sneaky, so he became this very thing. That was until he befriended an ambitious bunny who showed him he could be anything he wanted.

Question 25

Name this Disney character:

This Disney character plays a minor role from a film released in the 1950s. She is depicted as being magical and powerful, and comes to the aid of the main character in her time of need. The girl had still kept her chin high for many years even after the way her stepmother and stepsisters treated her. But on the night of the ball where they tore apart her gown, the girl was lost and extremely upset. In came this character, who, with the wave of her wand fixed everything.

Question 26

Name this Disney princess:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original princesses from the 1990s decade. She’ll also be featured in a live-action film that will be released in 2019. In terms of personality, this character is depicted as being feisty and independent. She never wanted to marry any prince because that was expected of her, she wanted to be with someone out of love. In fact, she was so against this tradition she made plans to run away because of it.

Question 27

Name this Disney sidekick:

This Disney character is considered to be a “sidekick” and plays a major role in the 1999 film. She was also very young when the main character gets adopted into the gorilla colony, although takes a particular liking to them. As they were growing up, she would often make up excuses so she wouldn’t be seen with him in front of her friends. Despite all this, she felt it was her responsibility to take care of him especially because he was known to get into trouble often.

Question 28

Name this Disney character:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original “princes” despite the fact that he never married a princess nor did he hold any status himself. He was the love interest to the main female character in both films. Initially he was depicted as being strong and authoritative. He was tasked with preparing the troops for the war, and had a lot to prove because his father was the general. It is evident that he is a man of honor and always does what’s expected of him.

Question 29

Name this Disney princess:

This Disney character is classified as one of the original princesses and was featured in the 1959 film. She was born as a princess herself, and the person she ended up marrying was a prince already, which made their relationship particularly unique. As a baby, a curse was placed on her which resulted in the king sending her far away. She was raised in a cottage by three somewhat incapable fairies and was always taught not to speak to strangers.

Question 30

Name this Disney animal:

This Disney character is one of the main characters from a film that was released in the 1980s. He is depicted as being quite naive, especially when it came to the real world. In the beginning of the film, he and his litter were being sold on the street but unfortunately, he was never picked. He ends up wandering the busy streets and gets very intimidated. A stray dog decides to use his cuteness and his naive nature to his advantage by scoring a meal from a meat vendor.

Question 31

Name this Disney prince:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original princes from the franchise. He made his debut in 1989 film as the love interest to the main character. He was the human she saw while he was out on his ship celebrating his birthday. He was being pressured to marry a woman, but wasn’t giving in because he knew the right woman was out there for him. Little did he know he’d fall in love with a mermaid who longed to be on land.

Question 32

Name this Disney princess:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original princesses after she was featured in the 1991 film. Her character was also featured in a recent live-action movie, where the two shared a long of similar characteristics. In terms of personality, she was depicted as being curious, well-read, and independent. After she trades her life for her fathers, she doesn’t let the “master” push her around. She begins to appreciate him after her risks his life to save her.

Question 33

Name this Disney love interest:

This Disney character is technically not one of the original princesses because neither her or her love interest come from a family of status, but she is present from this 1990s decade. She and her father arrive on the island with the intent to do some studies on gorillas. She is perceived as being a bit eccentric, especially since she decided to wear a huge dress into the jungle. But as the days passed she began to show her intelligent side.

Question 34

Name this Disney character:

This Disney character is the love interest to the protagonist from the 1997 film. She’s quite unique, especially considering her backstory which isn’t really discussed much throughout the film. It becomes clear that she’s an associate of the villain not by choice, but because she had sold her soul to him. It’s unclear how long ago that had happened, but it was for love and it proved to be a wrong choice on her part. She begins to fall in love with the main character after trying to betray him.

Question 35

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is the villain from a film that was released in the 1950s. She takes on the role as stepmother in this film, and it's evident from the very beginning she’s not a nice person. The protagonist is forced to do all of the house chores, including serving this character and her two daughters breakfast in bed. She’s responsible for a lot of heartache on the protagonist's part, and never allows her to have a moment to herself.

Question 36

Name this Disney queen:

This Disney character is considered to be a queen and is one of the newer additions into the franchise. Initially she had just been a princess like her sister, but after losing both of her parents in a shipwreck, she was appointed the queen when had become of age. In the film, the day of her coronation her secret was revealed to all and resulted in her fleeing the kingdom. Her sister had gone after her, but this character didn’t want to return.

Question 37

Name this Disney sidekick:

This Disney character is classified as a sidekick to the main protagonist. He makes his debut in the 1989 film where he was perceived as a servant to King Triton. Unfortunately he becomes the babysitter for the king’s daughter who was known for swimming off and getting into trouble. He was unable to stop this character from making a deal with the sea witch. Despite the fact he was going against orders, he agreed to help her get the prince to fall in love.

Question 38

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the more recent villains that is part of the franchise. The audience is well aware of her status from the very beginning scenes of the film, however, the main character doesn’t know. She believes her mother is just looking out for her because there is a lot of danger in the world. In reality, it was this character whom the main protagonist should’ve avoided. She takes the lost princess into the middle of the forest so she can continue to take advantage of her healing magic.

Question 39

Name this Disney protagonist:

This Disney character is one of the main protagonists from her respective film. Even from a young age, this character knew exactly what she wanted to be, despite the fact that the occupation was a little unconventional. Nonetheless, she worked hard and dedicated many years to her craft. Unfortunately, even though she had passed on the training, her peers still didn’t ever see her as a real police officer. She had to prove herself by taking on a case that had minimal evident and no active leads.

Question 40

Name this Disney animal:

This Disney character was the main protagonist in the second film from a very popular franchise that was released in the 1990s. She is the daughter of the two main characters from the first film, and shared a lot of the same qualities as her parents. For starters, she wasn’t one who actively followed the rules, especially when she wandered out to the border of the Pridelands. She was also stubborn, and not just with her parents but her love interest as well.

Question 41

Name this Disney sidekick:

This Disney character is considered to be a sidekick and he made his debut in the 1995 film. What’s unique about this particular creature is the fact that he doesn’t have a talking role, which isn’t uncommon in these movies. In fact, there are entire films where the cast is made up entirely of animals. Nonetheless, he does have a strong personality. For example, he’s very food driven. He is constantly seen sneaking into the voyagers camp to steal the dog’s snacks.

Question 42

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original villains from the 1990s era. She is depicted as being sneaky and ambitious to say the very least. She’s made many deals with merpeople who were always unable to hold their end of the bargain. Her latest victim was the protagonist herself, who traded her voice so she could have legs. The deal would only be complete if she was able to get the prince to fall in love and they’d kiss.

Question 43

Name this Disney prince:

This Disney prince is one of the more recent additions to the franchise being that he starred in the 2009 film. He actually has substantial character development from who he was at the beginning to who he turned into by the end. As a musical enthusiastic, this prince lost all of his wealthy privileges from his parents. He ends up meeting the “shadow man” who turns him into a frog. After searching for a princess to free him from his curse, he ends up turning the female protagonist into a frog as well.

Question 44

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original villains from the 1990s era. He makes his debut as the advisor for the Sultan. However, being that he was actually a powerful sorcerer, he desired to be so much more. After learning of the location of a genie lamp, he sends the main character to retrieve it for him. Unfortunately, when that plan fell through, he used his powers to manipulate the Sultan into arranging a marriage between him and the Sultan’s daughter.

Question 45

Name this Disney love interest:

This Disney character was one of the main characters from a sequel film which was released in the 1990s. Following the events of the first movie, this character was sent as a representative of the crown who was tasked with bringing the chief to England. The daughter (who was the film’s protagonist) ends up going in his place. These two characters do not initially get along very well. He was very different than the first “voyager” she had encounter, being that he was very proper and sophisticated.

Question 46

Name this Disney character:

This Disney character was one of the main protagonists from her respective franchise. She debut in the 2002 film. She is characterized as being a bit strange and didn’t really fit in with any of the other children her age. At times she can be a bit mean or at least she lets her anger get the better of her. Her older sister is her guardian and does what she can to take care of her. Running out of options, she brings her sister to the animal shelter to pick out a pet of her very own.

Question 47

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the newer villains introduced in the franchise. He’s quite unique due to the fact that his true intentions are not revealed until the very end. At the beginning of the film, he becomes a potential love interest for the protagonist. The two get along well, and he’s there for her when she needs to go off and save her sister. Little did she know it was all a sham in order for him to take over the kingdom.

Question 48

Name this Disney villain:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original villains from the franchise. She made her initial debut in the 1959 film, however, a live-action individual film was released in 2014 that was also based on this character. In terms of the animated film, she arrives in the midst of the princess’s celebration and bestows a personal gift of her own. It involved a spinning wheel and the princess falling into an eternal slumber. Luckily another fairy altered the curse so that the princess’s true love could set her free.

Question 49

Name this Disney character:

This Disney character was one of the main protagonists from his respective franchise. He was just a cub when he made his debut, and although he was the Prince of the Pridelands, he didn’t take his future responsibilities seriously. After losing his father to a wildebeest stampede, he runs away from home and vows never to return. Once he was all grown up, he is reunited with his childhood best friend who tells him that his uncle had taken over.

Question 50

Name this Disney prince:

This Disney character is considered to be one of the original princes from this franchise. The beginning scene of his debut shows how and why he was cursed from his handsome prince state to one of a monster. It was due to the fact that he turned away an old woman who was secretly an enchantress. The curse was he had a certain amount of time to get a girl to fall in love with him for who he truly was, and used a rose to indicate how much time he had left.

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