Imagine a world without magic, where people walk with their heads down, eyes glaring at their frayed, identical shoelaces and listening to the latest (gimmick) podcast of How To Be Successful In A World Where We're All Corporate Sell-Outs 101. All coffees are taken black, and the concept of a smile is, well, unheard of. Sounds pretty rough, doesn't it? Well, that is what a world without Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang would be exactly like. If you take away Disney and all the happiness it's created, we're left in a rather bleak space, don't you think?
Almost 100 years ago, way back in 1928, Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks sketched a little mouse. But this mouse was a little more human than the ones we see scurrying around in New York's subway stations. Heck, this mouse could even whistle. This little guy, who become known as Micky Mouse, was only the first in what would be hundreds of incredible, dynamic and relatable characters, making up the world of Disney.
If 'The Circle of Life' was your ringtone throughout high school, and if Halloween is your favorite time of year, purely because it's the only occasion to dress up as the Mad Hatter without getting seriously strange looks by your neighbors, then maybe... just maybe, you have what it takes to ace this quiz. So find your dusty Genie lamp, give it a rub, and wish for the best of luck in this test of Disney obsession.
Name this long-nosed Disney character!
As told by disney.fandom, this character "is the protagonist of Disney's 1940 animated feature film of the same name. He is a living puppet who must prove himself worthy to become a real boy, with the help of Jiminy Cricket as his conscience." As a puppet, he is invulnerable to harm - "Early in the film, he lit his finger on fire without flinching, then later fell down some steps and got up unharmed." (disney.fandom). Of course, what we all know and love most about this character is his nose, which grows and grows and grows every time he tells a little lie.
Name this Cars character!
From the Disney Pixar series Cars, as told my disney.fandom, this character "speaks with a somewhat high-pitched thick rural Southern accent, has a whistle dry lisp to his voice, and frequently misspells words. He is very optimistic and often at times forgetful. He has the biggest heart and is super sweet to a fault. He’s a helpful person who is very unselfish and he just loves serving others out of selflessness and unconditional love." He is a rusty old tow truck and a close friend of the original protagonist, Lightning McQueen's, and took the spotlight in Cars 2, before reappearing in Cars 3.
Name this Disney character!
This Beauty and the Beast character "gained a significant amount of intelligence over the years due to her love of books, which have provided her with an elevated vocabulary, an active imagination, and an open mind. She is very confident and outspoken in her opinions and seldom likes being told what to do. Despite all this, she doesn't have very many friends. Her smarts and free-thinking attitude make her stand out from her fellow townspeople, who regard her as a little odd behind her beauty." Disney.fandom continues: "Unlike most characters in the film, Belle isn't concerned about her or others' appearances and is able to look past how people appear and see into their hearts. This is how [she] manages to break the Beast's curse and restore love and laughter to the castle."
Name this snowy Disney character!
This goofy snowman is "optimistic, outgoing, and welcoming to all of whom he meets... He is childlike, far from a deep intellectual, innocent, and a hint too naive for his own good at times. Nevertheless, his imbued nature and devotion to the two sisters play an instrumental role in rekindling their relationship." Much like Elsa, this character is "selfless, constantly putting his safety at risk for the sake of those he cares about; most notably Anna, whom he immediately attaches himself to, upon their first meeting. Like the younger sister, [this character] is an extreme optimist, often remaining relatively calm in perilous situations, or giving words of encouragement during the darkest hours." - Disney.fandom
Who's this icy lady?
What do you get when you combine royalty, magic, and ice? You get this character! Disney.fandom explains: "From the outside, [she] looks poised, regal, and reserved, but in reality, she lives in fear as she wrestles with a mighty secret — she was born with the power to create ice and snow. It's a beautiful ability", but it can also be problematic if not controlled. When this character used her magic and with almost terrible consequences, "she isolated herself, spending every waking minute trying to suppress her growing powers. Her mounting emotions trigger the magic, accidentally setting off an eternal winter that she can't stop." - Disney.fandom
Quack! Which duck is this?
When it comes to having a stroke of luck, this duck is far from it. It seems that wherever this character goes, bad luck seems to follow. Amazingly, he has appeared in 190 Disney films, more any other Disney character, which is no easy feat by any means. He made his first appearance in 1934 and the rest is history. As Disney.fandom discusses: He is "described as a "problem child" by Walt Disney. True to this, he is a rather — albeit humorously — controversial character in nature, with his most famous personality trait being his uncontrollable... temper. After being pushed to a certain point, [he] will throw a tantrum by quacking aggressively... and flaunting his fists."
Name this Disney character!
This character made his first appearance all the way back in 1932, long before any of us set foot upon this earth. He was originally named 'Dippy Dawg', but this didn't last too long, quickly renamed to the loveable, laughable character we know today. Disney.fandom describes him as "Clumsy, unintelligent, and humble... some of the words that describe [this character], who speaks with a southern drawl. Living a rather simple lifestyle, [he[ tends to miss the obvious, act somewhat childish and absent-minded, and gets confused very easily. As a result of these factors, [he] is rather accident-prone and is an easy target for trouble."
Name this Disney deer!
This cute, orange and white little deer has two films named after him, and also made cameos in a number of other Disney and Disney Pixar films. Disney.fandom tells us a little more: "A deer living in a forest, he's best friends with Thumper (a rabbit) and Flower (a skunk). However, he was closest to his mother, who was [attacked in] his first winter. Raised into a buck by his father, he strongly falls in love with his childhood sweetheart and love interest, Faline, and they end up, later on, having twin fawns, a son and daughter named Geno and Gurri, respectively."
Another quack! Name this Disney duck.
Named after a character from a Charles Dickens 1843 novel, this quacker is the rich uncle to Donald Duck. He was born in Scotland, before trekking around the world in search of money, money and a little bit more money. Disney.fandom elaborates that this character "is the richest duck in the world, an achievement he credits to having been "smarter than the smarties, tougher than the toughies, and making it square." Identified by his stately attire (including his top hat, spectacles, spats, and cane), [his] money is not only a symbol of his prosperity, but also his resilience and industriousness. "
Who's the boy that never grows up?
This character is the leader of the lost boys in Never Land and goes face to face with a certain hook-handed pirate. Disney.fandom tells us more: He "travels from the enchanted isle of Never Land all the way to London just to hear Wendy Darling spin tales about him and his adventures. While his ego may seem inflated at times, even his arch-nemesis James Hook... knows that [he's] no ordinary boy. He can fly without wings." "Time makes little difference to him; when you never grow up, life is nothing but fun, whimsy, and adventure." So, what is his name?
Who is this sparkly sidekick?
This flying fairy has become one of the icons of the Disney world. At the beginning of films, she often glides toward the screen with wand in hand and throwing fairy dust at viewers. "Despite her cute appearance, [she] is very sassy, stubborn, and tempered. Upon meeting Wendy and other human females, [she is immediately irritated], mostly out of jealousy" This drives her to be selfish, much to Peter Pan's annoyance. "However, despite her rough interior, at her core, [she] is devoted and loyal to those she loves, and will eventually come to terms with those she initially resents". - Disney.fandom
Name this Disney character!
This character, being the eldest of three siblings, would always tell them stories of the magical Peter Pan, who would, eventually, come visit her (but more about that later). According to IMDB, she was originally voiced by Kathryn Beaumont who was also the voice of Alice in Alice in Wonderland. "She is a young girl from London with a lifelong appreciation for the stories of Peter Pan. [Her] love for Peter Pan and Neverland manifested in a desire to stay young forever—a dream that was nearly realized when she and her brothers embarked on a fantastical adventure with Peter Pan, himself." - Disney.fandom
Name this Disney pirate!
This character is the loyal shipmate to Captain Hook in the Peter Pan universe. Aboard a ship in Neverland, this character always tries to keep everyone happy, and deep down is relatively kind-hearted, despite being the first hand on deck for a villainous crew of pirates. Disney.fandom elaborates: "Overly eager to please, [he] can easily be described as [someone who] appears to have minimal intelligence, overall. Because of this, he often annoys Hook and often finds himself facing the latter's wrath." "He has shown to be outrageously loyal, to the point of unabashedly jumping into action to protect the captain, specifically from the jaws of the crocodile.'
Who's this Disney character?
This beloved character actually appeared in Disney's first-ever full-length animated film, which is something that a lot of Disney fans aren't immediately aware of (were you?). She has “Lips red as the rose. Hair black as ebony. Skin white as snow”, as the Magic Mirror tells us. She is also, according to the mirror, the "Fairest of Them All", which makes her stepmother extremely jealous. Her vain and cold-hearted stepmother wants to take this character down, but as told by Disney.fandom, her "inherent kindness and purity inspires her friends, the forest animals, and the Seven Dwarfs, to protect her."
Name this slipper-wearing Disney character!
The official Disney character description has the following to say: "kind to all, especially her mice friends, Jaq and Gus. She has faith that if you keep on believing, your wish will come true. With help from her fairy godmother, she gets a chance to live her dreams." Disney.fandom tells us a little bit more: After the [passing[ of her father, [this character] was forced to work as a scullery maid for her wicked stepmother, Lady Tremaine. Despite the [mean nature] of her jealous stepfamily, [she] remained kind, spirited and internally beautiful. Her faith and everlasting optimism manifested in a Fairy Godmother, whose magic served as a catalyst for [her] ascent from servant to princess".
And who's this character with her?
This character carries a magical wand and has much more power and ability than would first meet the eye. "As she herself explains, [this character] is the embodiment of Cinderella's hope. She did not appear until Cinderella was at her weakest point — in the case of the film, the moment Cinderella nearly loses hope of escaping her [stepmother] and living a better life – and introduced herself as a physical beacon of hope. When her arrival nears, twinkling lights will surround the area in which [this character] is to appear; said lights will then gather and form themselves into [her]." - Disney.fandom
Name this little critter!
This little critter made his Disney debut all the way back in (drum roll please...) 1940! He appeared essentially as the conscience of the film's protagonist, the wooden puppet whose nose grows when he lies... Pinocchio. He "is tasked with keeping the wooden boy in line, teaching him valuable life morals and the dangers of temptation, all the while adding a comedic element to the story." "As an official conscience, [he] is famously known as a level-headed and wise figure, capable of leading Pinocchio down a righteous path. At the start, and throughout most of the 1940 animated film, however, this is not exactly the case. Instead, [he] is introduced as a wise-cracking, feisty, yet generally humble realist" (Disney.fandom).
Name this long-haired Disney character!
Aside from starring in both Tangled and Tangled: Before Ever After, this character also made some cameo appearances in Frozen and the second Wreck-It Ralph film. This character is most "known for her long, magical, golden hair. As a child, [she] was [taken] by a wicked crone and locked away in a remote tower for eighteen years—in during which, she became fascinated with a phenomenon involving "floating lights" that only appear on her birthday. With the aid of the handsome thief, Flynn Rider, [she] escaped her tower to learn more about the lights and pursue her dream of exploring the outside world." - Disney.fandom
Name this Disney bear!
This bear is "easily characterized by his laid back, gentle nature. Often speaking with a soft, smooth tone, the sloth bear is known for his ideals of remaining relaxed as often as possible, and preventing the pressures and responsibilities of life holding one down." "Bagheera, the wise Panther, describes him as a "jungle bum"; a seemingly useless member of animal society, only focused on lounging, snacking, scratching his back, and other minimal activities labeled as lazy pastimes. Though lazy, stubborn, and foreign to true responsibility, [he] has a large heart, often taking his ideals and sharing it with others, including Mowgli, the man-cub." - Disney.fandom
Name this Disney lion cub!
This character is the protagonist in the wildly successful Disney series, The Lion King. According to Disney.fandom, "As a cub, [he] was rather adventurous and impressionable. He highly admired his father, Mufasa, and wished to someday become a ruler as mighty as he, spending much of his time either learning the ways of a [leader] or simply envisioning what life would be like with such power and self-esteem. This inflated his ego, making him arrogant and boastful towards characters such as Zazu and Scar, and additionally led to troublesome situations, as his viewpoint on Mufasa led him to believe being a [leader] meant being fearless and looking for unnecessary danger, just to prove how mighty one could be."
Who's this Lion King character?
This Lion, unlike the previous one, is one of the bad guys in The Lion King series, which viewers can't help but sneer at. This character's official story, as retold by Disney.fandom, goes as follows: “As Mufasa's brother, [this character] was next in line to take the throne until Simba came along. [This character's] lack of physical prowess is more than made up for by his devious cunning as he plots to take back his birthright with his henchman hyenas by his side. He is a selfish and greedy leader, nearly [tearing apart] the pride and the land in which they lived.”
Who is this talking meerkat?
This character appears in Disney's The Lion King, as well as its sequels, and he even made a cameo in Leroy and Stitch, as well as the Wreck-It Ralph sequel. Most people aren't aware of this tidbit but as Disney.fandom explains, "When writing "Hakuna Matata", [this character] had a verse explaining his backstory. According to the song, [he] was a misfit amongst his meerkat colony, as he refused to work. This ultimately led to his banishment. The filmmakers felt the verse wasn't working, so it was instead changed to focus on Pumbaa's backstory instead." So, what's this little dude's name?
Who takes from the poor and gives to the rich?
Many people do not realise that, in fact, that this character is actually presented as a fox in the 1973 Disney animated film. So if you're just making this wild discovery, well, you're welcome. "Like the character of legend, [the movie character] steals from the rich and gives to the poor. He is known for his mastery of archery as well as his talent for disguising himself. Despite being declared an outlaw, [he] is a good and generous person at heart and is beloved by the townspeople for his deeds." - Disney.fandom. So then, what name does this do-gooder go by?
Name this Disney donkey!
As told by Disney.fandom, this character "is stuffed with sawdust and lives alone, underneath a small, teepee-style house made of sticks. A running gag is that [his] home is almost always knocked over, forcing the gloomy donkey to rebuild it from scratch, usually at a different location. He has his own area in the Hundred Acre Woods known for its dismal atmosphere... where he is typically seen sulking under a rain cloud or eating thistles. [His] tail is perhaps his most defining trait. Despite being pinned down with a nail, [his] tail frequently detaches... and winds up getting lost for a period of time."
Who's this bouncy tiger?
This character "is arguably the most eccentric member of the Hundred Acre Wood. Overly energetic, reckless, and fairly thoughtless, [he] is somewhat of a trouble-maker and causes a fair share of mishaps for both himself and his friends. To his core, however, [he] is extremely loving and friendly; he means well and tries his best to be of support toward his friends, even if his efforts ends in some form of misfortune, such as [to] Christopher Robin, in which he takes Christopher Robin's papers from his briefcase and replacing them with things from the Hundred Acre Wood to remember him and his friends " - Disney.fandom
Who is this fellow?
This character has a spell cast upon him and his castle "by an enchantress because he has no love within his heart." So, he was transformed into [what we see here]. The spell can only be broken when he truly learns to love - and can earn the love of another. But who can love [someone like him]? All seems hopeless until fate brings Belle into his world. Angry and despairing due to his long enchantment, [he] tries to capture Belle's love with [intimidation], not kindness. Then slowly, through her courage and compassion, he begins to discover the secrets of his own heart and learns that even [someone like him] can be loved." - Offical Disney description via Disney.fandom
Name this talking candlestick!
Initially, this character acted as a servant in a castle in France, (although was one of the only inhabitants with a French accent). Disney.fandom elaborates: "After the castle was overtaken by a [spell] placed by a powerful enchantress, [this character] was turned into a candelabra, while the other servants suffered similar fates, also becoming household objects. The prince, meanwhile, would become a beast. For the following decade, [this character] would remain hopeful that the [spell] would eventually break, restoring the humanity of himself and his allies. This hinged on whether or not the Beast could learn to love another and earn their love in return."
Name this flying elephant!
The expression 'when pigs fly' is certainly out there, as far a expressions go. But how about elephants flying? That takes things to another level entirely, especially considering that elephants are MUCH bigger than pigs. Well, for this character, time in the sky amongst the birds and the planes is just a lazy Sunday afternoon. As told by Disney.fandom, "Dumbo has the personality of a small child. He is playful, innocent, and very fun. He loves being around his mother and hates being alone. He is [also] somewhat naïve." But the questions still remains... what is the name of this floppy-eared animal?
Who is this funny character?
This character, although he "possesses "phenomenal cosmic powers", he is bound to an "itty bitty living space" and can only use his powers when the owner of the lamp (his master) makes a wish; he occasionally does things without granting a wish, but never anything that greatly affects the world around him. He is also bound by three laws; he cannot [take anyone's life], he cannot make people fall in love with each other, and he cannot revive [anyone no longer with us]. It is possible, however, that he can do the third one, but as he puts it, "It's not a pretty picture. I don't like doing it!"" - Disney.fandom
Who is this chirpy bird?
This character, also sometimes called The Parrot, Pretty Polly of Little Turkey, "is amongst the most complex characters to originate from a Disney animated feature film. When first introduced as the loyal follower of Jafar, he appears to be just as [mean and foul-intentioned] as his superior. However, [this character] is the more aggressive of the two, as well as the more vocal and easily-frustrated. He has a difficult time keeping his opinions to himself, and has a habit of shouting and ranting on about his annoyances, when things don't go as planned." - As told to us by Disney.fandom
What about this bird?
As the assistant to Mufasa, this character "is knowledgeable, diplomatic, and stern. He takes his position as a royal advisor very seriously, and carries himself in a no-nonsense—and often times, pompous—manner... He is prone to falling into a panic when things go wrong, and he can be rather irritable and snappish. Because of his fragile temper and high opinion of himself, [this character] is not taken very seriously by the other characters, specifically Simba and Nala, who would often tease the majordomo as children. Similarly, Scar saw [him] as nothing more than a pest and repeatedly sought to torment him." - Disney.fandom
What type of 'Hatter' is this guy?
This character "is a resident of Wonderland and the best friend of the March Hare. Together, the two commonly engage in tea parties; most of which are to celebrate their "unbirthdays". While [this character] is loud, eccentric, and insane like the rest of Wonderland's residents, he is also rather charming and can be mild-mannered from time to time, particularly when dealing with visitors such as Alice. According to [him], he and the March Hare never get compliments on their singing, and they're usually the only attendants at the frequent unbirthday parties, apparently making the duo outcasts in the realm of Wonderland." - Disney.fandom
Ohana! What's this Hawaiian character's name?
This character is "a young, orphaned Hawaiian girl who lives on the island of Kauai with her older sister, Nani, and her extended yet unconventional family of alien visitors marooned on Earth." Her hobbies include photography of interesting-looking tourists and attending Hula school, plus talking about horror and sci-fi films and the creatures that feature in them. An interesting girl, to say the least. This character "makes the perfect best friend for Stitch, an alien experiment whom she adopts, initially believing he is a "dog" (although he actually bears more of a resemblance to a koala, which is pointed out several times)." (Disney.fandom)
What's this elegant dog's name?
We might recognise this character's name, or at least her appearance, but how did she transition from simply an idea, to a main character in a Disney film? Well, as Disney.fandom explains, "One evening in 1937, storyman Joe Grant invited Walt over to his house for dinner and while they ate, he showed him a drawing he'd made of his pet springer spaniel, who [shared the same name as this character]. Walt loved the drawing and suggested that Joe make a storyboard out of it. So, Joe Grant put together a pitch for a new animated film". So there you have it.
Who is this Cars character?
This character first appears in the first of Disney's Cars feature film series. Disney.fandom has this to say: "[He] is a resident of Radiator Springs, a huge fan of Ferrari Racing and the owner of Casa Della Tires. His best friend is Guido the forklift. Like most of the town, he does not treat Lightning McQueen too kindly during his stay. However, this changes over time when Lightning grows close to the residents. At the Los Angeles International Speedway, [he] shows up with the Radiator Springs folk to help Lightning during the race. At the end of the film, he is overjoyed when Ferrari racer Michael Schumacher Ferrari shows up at his shop wanting tires."
Name this car!
This speedy character "is one of the main characters of the Disney/Pixar Cars franchise. He is a famous race car. He is the protagonist of Cars & Cars 3 and the [sidekick, you could say] of Cars 2." (Disney.fandom). We are introduced to this character, as explained by Disney.fandom, as a "self-centered, arrogant, conceited, and overconfident, believing that he can win the Piston Cup on his own without help from any pit crews or coach. He is so full of himself to the point where he claims he does not need any friends and cannot even get anyone's names right."
Name this Disney Pixar character!
There's a snake in my boot! Does that sound familiar? Disney's official description of this much beloved character, as provided by Disney.fandom, goes as follows: "[He] is a cowboy sheriff with a pull-string that, when pulled, proclaims [his] signature catchphrases from [his] 1950s TV show... He's always been Andy's favorite toy. Even though his owner is now grown, the loyal sheriff maintains a steadfast belief that Andy still cares about his toys. As the toys venture into their unknown future, [this character always] remains the voice of reason. As their dependable leader, he ensures that no toy gets left behind."
Name this stretchy toy!
Dogs are man's best friend, but in the hit Disney Pixar franchise Toy Story, this dog in particular is toy's best friend. Disney.fandom provides us with a little bit of an insight into this character's personality, who we've all come to love: "[He] is a nice, friendly, and playful dog. He is quite well-behaved compared with some of Andy's other toys. He shows faith in Woody (sometimes acting like his pet), and he'll do anything to help his friend out. He is friends with all of Andy's toys, has a sense of humor, and enjoys playing checkers with Woody." But what's his name?
What is this lady's name? (Not the tiger)
This character appears in the 1992 animated classic, Aladdin. As told by Disney.fandom, she grows up as "the daughter of the Sultan of Agrabah, residing in the kingdom's massive palace alongside her father, and loyal, yet overprotective pet tiger, Rajah, whom she found years before the events of the film, believing him to be a spiritual gift from her [long-gone] mother (who would tell her stories about the "star tiger" named Rajah). Because of her status as a princess, unfortunately, [she] is forbidden to ever leave the palace walls, spending her life sheltered within the confines of the royal home."
Name this villain!
While this character is only mentioned in the first Toy Story film, he takes centre stage in the sequel. He also makes a cameo in Toy Story 3. As explained to us by Disney.fandom, this bad-natured Toy Story character "is a recurring antagonist of the Toy Story franchise, first appearing as the tertiary antagonist of Toy Story 2. He is the sworn enemy of the Galactic Alliance and the archenemy of Buzz Lightyear." According to Disney.fandom, Disney actually released an action figure of this character, but as Toy Story fans, we can't imagine that it sold nearly as many products compared to Buzz.
Name this Disney character!
This character is the protagonist of the 2012 film, Brave. She "is the headstrong and free-spirited 16-year old tomboyish, willful daughter of Elinor, who rules the kingdom alongside her husband, Fergus. Elinor's expectations of her daughter cause [her] to see Elinor as being distant while also causing friction between the two. Despite Elinor's desire to see [her daughter] as a proper royal lady, [she] is an impetuous girl who wants to take control of her own destiny. [She] has honed her skill in archery and is one of the most skilled archers ever seen. She is also skilled in sword-fighting and racing across the countryside on her horse, Angus."
Who is this pirate?
This character is "the main antagonist of Disney's 1953 animated feature film, Peter Pan. He is the villainous... commander of The Jolly Roger. [He] has long since abandoned sailing the high seas in favor of having revenge on Peter Pan for [taking off] his left hand and feeding it to a crocodile, who has since been in constant pursuit of the captain. While a worthy opponent for Peter, [he] is destined to fail, sometimes because of Peter Pan's ability to fly, but more often through the bumbling actions of his first mate, Mr. Smee, who while unquestioningly faithful to the captain, is incompetent and flimsy." - Disney.fandom
Name this Disney character!
This character is the main focal point in the 1998 film, named after her. Long story short, she disguises her self as a man in order to take her dad's place in the armed forces. The film was the "thirty-sixth animated feature in the Disney Animated Canon and the ninth film in the Disney Renaissance. The film is based on the Chinese legend... and was the first of three produced primarily at the animation studio at Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando, Florida. It was directed by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook, with the story by Robert D. San Souci and Rita Hsiao, among others." - Disney.fandom
Who is this man?
This character is a real outdoor-lover, whose story intertwines with Olaf and Anna in the Disney Pixar film Frozen. As we know, "[he] was orphaned at a young age and placed in an orphanage thereafter. He was nevertheless too adventurous and free-spirited to be contained in such a facility; he spent a majority of his time sneaking out and exploring the wilderness around him. With a fascination of ice, [he] also occupied his time by tagging behind Arendelle's team of ice harvesters to observe their ethics in hopes of garnering their skill and eventually becoming an ice harvester, himself" - Disney.fandom
Who are these guys?
These cute little critters appear in every Toy Story film, including the soon to be released number four. Disney.fandom tells the story of their first time on screen: "In the first film, these identical Alien toys are prizes in a game of skill at the Pizza Planet restaurant, and each one believes that "The Claw" will somehow choose one of them to "go on to a better place." When Sid Phillips plays the game, he wins one Alien toy before spotting Buzz and Woody underneath it. The Aliens foil Buzz and Woody's attempt to escape the machine, not wanting them to disrupt The Claw."
Name this Cars character!
In the prime of his racing career, this character was also know as The Fabulous Hudson Hornet. Disney.fandom tells us more: "He was once one of the most famous racecars in history; he won three Piston Cups in a row, and still holds the record for most wins in a single season. However, it all changed for [him] when he was involved in a terrible crash during the final lap of the 1954 Piston Cup championship race, which saw him put out for the season. Upon his return, he was received with a complete absence of fanfare and told that he was a has-been who had been passed up for the next rookie in line."
Who's this Toy Story pig?
Voiced by John Ratzenberger, this character appears in all of the Toy Story instalments along with Woody, Buzz and the gang (including a soon to be released number four). This character “is a wisecracking piggy bank. He and Mr. Potato Head appear to be best friends, as they are often seen playing games and high-fiving each other whenever something spectacular happens. [He is also] somewhat of a technological genius. He can identify types of trash bags, child locks, and is the ultimate channel-hopper in Toy Story 2, as he switches channels far more rapidly than the other toys can.” - Disney.fandom
Name this cheeky monkey!
This character “ is Aladdin's pet monkey, who is obsessed with shiny items, due to his occupation as a thief, in addition to being a kleptomaniac. In the episode of the Aladdin television series, "Seems Like Old Crimes", it is revealed that, long before the events of the first film, [the monkey] originally worked for a traveling circus of thieves, consisting of himself, a duo named Minos and Fatima, and Aziz. [The monkey] served as the group's pickpocket and actually met Aladdin after making an attempt to steal his money. After an adventure together, the two eventually became friends.” - Disney.fandom
Name this Tarzan character!
The mother of Tarzan first appeared on the big screen is Disney’s 1999 film, Tarzan. As for her personality, she “ is calm, gentle, kind, and loving. She loves her son Tarzan so unconditionally, although she said that she knew Tarzan wouldn't replace her firstborn son [she lost at the hands of] Sabor. Although she is usually a gentle person, Kala is capable of aggression when necessary and is also very brave, like when she was fighting against the leopard Sabor in order to protect the baby Tarzan”. Disney.fandom also describes her as a “beautiful gorilla with brown fur, pale brown face, hands, and feet”.
Who is this famous mouse?
This well-known face“is an animated character created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in 1928. He is an anthropomorphic mouse characterized as a cheerful optimist with an adventurous and mischievous streak. [He is] estimated as standing 2' 3" (69 centimeters)... [and he] is easily identified by his round ears, red shorts, falsetto voice, white gloves and cartoonishly large yellow shoes. For 90 years, [this character] has been the cornerstone of the Disney empire. His success paved the way for numerous breakthroughs in both the art of animation, and the entertainment industry as a whole. [This character’s] significance in pop culture came simultaneously with his public debut in Steamboat Willie, where he first wowed audiences with his cheerful smile and scampish personality.” (Quoted from Disney.fandom)