Only Millennials Can Get 100% On This Basic Disney Quiz

Disney has been entertaining kids for generations - but a whole lot of us adults also hold a lot of fondness for the House of Mouse. In particular, Disney's animated movies were some of our favorite movies when we were young and they have held up really well as we get older and can appreciate the subtler stuff we didn't as children.

For those who are nodding along while reading that paragraph, then this is the quiz for you. To get 100% on this quiz, you'll need to be the perfect all-round Disney fan who is familiar with as many of their movies as possible - the ideal quiz-taker will know every Disney off by heart, name every character on sight and remember every plot twist or development.

We'll mostly be focussing on the films from the Disney Renaissance (that's their 1990s output) and the modern era, but we might throw a few classics in there as well. In short, only a millennial mouseketeer could pass this Disney quiz. Now go and prove that no one knows their Pinocchio from their Pocahontas better by getting as many of these 40 questions right as possible.

1Hakuna Matata Means...?

In The Lion King, Simba runs away from the Pridelands after the tragedy with his father Mufasa. In the dessert, he meets Timon and Pumbaa who teach him a new lesson: a phrase that goes "Hakuna Matata" which leads him to kick back and lead a more carefree life... at least until he grows up and finally takes his rightful place as king. But what does Hakuna Matata mean? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

2Who Voices The Genie In Aladdin?

The Genie in Aladdin is one of Disney's most beloved characters - and a lot of that has to do with the spirited vocal performance of the actor who voiced the part of the street rat's loyal best friend who happens to have the ability to grant wishes. Good luck to Will Smith who has to replace this performer in the upcoming live-action version. So how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

3Tarzan Was Raised By.... What?

Tarzan is a Disney animated movie from 1999, based on the classic literary character created by author Edgar Rice Burroughs. The son of British explorers, he was left to be raised in the jungle by animals when he lost his parents due to a leopard named Sabor. But what species was the female animal who took him in and became his adoptive mother? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

4Elsa Is Queen Of What Kingdom?

Elsa is, as everyone knows, the queen of the kingdom featured in Frozen. What is a trickier question, though, is what is the name of the kingdom she is queen of? Disney movies have featured a lot of magical or fairy tale fantasy kingdoms over their many movies. Here are four names from a few of these films. It's your job to pick the one that comes from Frozen out of the rest. So how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

5Why Does Mulan Join The Army?

Mulan is obviously the story of a young Chinese woman who dresses up as a man and joins the army in the war against the Huns. Though she is eventually found out, Mulan becomes a hero to the whole country when she defeats the evil Shan Yu. But what is the reason that she takes this brave course of action in the first place? Try and pick which one of the following four reasons found below is the right one.

6Who Is The Title Character In The Emperor's New Groove?

The Emperor's New Groove is one of the more subversive and comedic entries in Disney's animated canon. Set in the ancient Aztec civilisation, it focuses on a rich, obnoxious emperor who is accidentally transformed into a llama and learns to be a more humble and kinder person thanks to his life as a lowly animal. But what is the name of the title character of the movie? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

7Which Of These Villains Isn't Human?

Disney villains come in all shapes and sizes - they can be evil sorceresses, ginormous demons or even innocent-looking sheep. Usually, though, they are human beings, demonstrating how some people can be greedy and selfish in contrast to the heroic and selfless protagonist. Here we have four iconic Disney villains - and it is your job to pick the one that isn't human. So how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

8Complete The Quote: “Flower, Gleam and Glow, Let Your Power Shine…”

In Tangled, Rapunzel's hair has special powers that mean it gives off regenerative abilities when it glows gold. To activate the powers, a short song must be sung like a magic spell. The beginning of the song is quoted above: “Flower, Gleam and Glow, Let Your Power Shine…” But how does the rest of this melody go? If you Tangled off by heart you will surely know this Disney fact. Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

9Pick The One Who's Not An Actual Princess

As everyone knows, Disney has a band of official princesses that appear on all their merchandise. Most of these heroines either marry a prince or are born a princess within their own movies. However, one of the official line-up of eleven princesses isn't actually a royal princess in any form, despite being part of the group. So which one are we referring to here? So how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

10Hercules Is The Son Of...?

Hercules is the central character of, well, Hercules, the Disney movie loosely based on the Greek myths. In the film, Herc is a clumsy boy with abnormal strength who discovers he is the son of a very powerful god. He must prove he is a true hero and only then can he take his rightful place alongside his father in Mount Olympus. But who is Hercules' mighty pops? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

11In Beauty and the Beast, Chip is a Talking... What?

Chip is one of the many inhabitants of the enchanted castle from Beauty and the Beast (and its live-action remake). As one of the cruel prince's staff, he was transformed into a household item as part of the curse that was put on the place by the beautiful enchantress. He is one of the more famous members of the movie's supporting cast. But how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

12Who Is This The Little Mermaid Character?

This character is the villain of The Little Mermaid. A conniving sea witch, she tricks Ariel into playing into her plans to get her tentacles on the throne of Atlantica, the underwater kingdom ruled by Ariel's father King Triton. She pretends to care for those poor unfortunate souls - but they weren't lying when they called her, well, a witch. So what is the name of this sinister sea-dweller? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

13Which Disney Couple Don't End Up Together?

Disney movies are famous for their happy endings, but while it is true that the guy and the girl usually get together and live happily ever after that is not always the case. Sometimes, Disney likes to subvert your expectations by having tragedy strike and split the couple apart or else have one party fall in love with someone else. So which of the following did not stay together? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

14Which Movie Is This Sidekick From?

This is Meeko, a raccoon and close animal friend to the main character of this Disney movie. The protagonist loves nature, that much we will say. As for Meeko, his great passion in life is food and isn't above stealing whatever he fancies eating - he has a particular fondness for biscuits - and isn't great at sharing his grub with others. So what classic Disney movie does Meeko appear in? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

15He Tarzan. She... Who?

In Tarzan, the jungle man's world is turned upside down when he meets a beautiful British explorer, the first human woman he has ever seen in his life. He falls for her instantly and she soon falls for his otherworldly, savage charms as well. They are one of the most iconic couples thanks to the many movie depictions of the characters over the years. But what is the name of Tarzan's lady love? So how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

16Where Is The Princess and the Frog Set?

The Princess and the Frog is a vastly underrated Disney movie which gives a twist on The Frog Prince fairy tale as it sees a plucky waitress accidentally turned into a frog when she kisses the amphibious royal. The backdrop of the story is a certain American city and it is set in the 1910s. But where is The Princess and the Frog set? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

17What Is Flynn Rider's Real Name?

Flynn Rider is the male lead of Tangled. A charming, roguish thief, he encounters Rapunzel and encourages her to escape from her tower so that he can get the valuable crown that she took from him. Over time, they fall in love and he opens up about how his real name is not Flynn Rider. But what is the - considerably less cool - real name of the character? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

18Who Is This Zootopia Character?

This Zootopia character is voiced by Jason Bateman and is the secondary protagonist of the movie. He's a streetwise fox who lives in the titular city. He is often charming and charismatic but is really a crook and conman. However, he grows as a person over the course of the movie and finds his more noble side. But can you remember this character's name? So how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

19Complete The Quote: "Ohana Means Family..."

The quote above comes from Lilo and Stitch, the beloved Disney movie about a cuddly - but potentially deadly - alien creature who crashes to Earth and befriends an eccentric young girl. The big theme of Lilo and Stitch is family and so this is probably the most famous and touching quote from the movie. But can you remember how this quote goes? So how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

20Hercules Love Interest Is Called...?

In Hercules, the titular demi-god hero falls for a human woman so hard he ends up sacrificing his powers for her. And you can't blame him - this character has a lot more sass and cynicism to her than most Disney women which makes her a unique and entertaining character. But was she entertaining enough to ingrain her name in your head? Tell us, how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

21Who Voices Scar In The Lion King?

The Lion King has a terrific voice cast and one of those who steals the show is this British thespian who brings a lot of menace and charisma to Scar, the evil brother of Mufasa and uncle to Simba who plots to remove them from the equation and crown himself as king of the pridelands. But who is the voice of Scar? Tell us, how does this Disney fact go? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

22Whose Act Of True Love Unfreezes Anna In Frozen?

Frozen smartly subverts the old Disney trope of true love's kiss in its emotional climax as it explores the different forms of love, be they familial, romantic or otherwise. We're talking about how someone's act of true love is enough to bring Anna back to life after she is turned to ice. But who was it that loved her enough to to save her? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

23Who Is This Aladdin Character?

This Aladdin character is the eponymous street-rat's best friend and pet monkey. As he is used to living poor, he is very streetwise and shrewd and is obsessed with stealing treasure and food for himself. However, he does have a good heart and can be generous - he wouldn't be Aladdin's friend if he didn't. So what is the name of this little critter? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

24Where is Hunchback of Notre Dame Set?

The Hunchback of Notre Dame, as based on the classic novel, is the story of the kind-hearted Quasimodo, who is seen as an outcast due to his deformed appearance. The city in which he lives is a major presence in the movie as it explores the religious and racial tensions that were rampant in the place at the time. But where exactly is The Hunchback of Notre Dame set? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

25Which Character Out Of These Is Brunette?

It would take a Disney genius with an eidetic memory to get this one right. Well, OK, either that or just someone who knows their princesses. Specifically, someone who pays attention to their hair color. Out of the four Disney princesses listed below, three of them are blonde and only one is a brunette. It is your mission, should you choose to accept it, to identify which of the following characters is the brunette. Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

26Which Of These Has NOT Had A Live-Action Remake?

Recent years have seen Disney push forward with numerous live-action remakes of their most beloved movies. These have all proven hugely successful in terms of critical reception and box office gross. Understandably, then, the studio has many more in the offing - including The Lion King, Mulan and Aladdin. At present, though, which of the following movies has NOT been giving the remake treatment (as of summer 2018)? Try to pick the right answer from the four options found below.

27What Does Ariel Swap For Legs?

In The Little Mermaid, Ariel is desperate to live as a human on the surface world - especially after she glimpses the handsome Prince Eric. To do this, she makes a dangerous deal with the sea witch Ursula. Ursula will grant Ariel's wish and give her legs but she must give something to Ursula in return. But what does Ursula want of Ariel's? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

28Who Is This Beauty & The Beast Character?

This Beauty and the Beast character is Gaston's loyal sidekick and stooge. He has a huge man crush on the handsome hunter and goes along with his increasingly evil plans, even though Gaston often uses him as a punching bag. In the live-action version he gets redeemed but that's not so in the original animated film where he remains nasty. So what is the name of Gaston's foolish fanboy? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

29Complete The Quote: “What Can I Say Except...”

Maui is the true scene-stealing character from Moana. Just as you would expect, then, the demi-god has one of the best introductory Disney songs. It's one catchy melody full of narcissistic comments that prove how amazing he is, which he sings when he first encounters Moana. But do you know the lyrics to this musical number well enough to remember what line follows on from the quote above? Prove it by picking the right answer from the four options below.

30Which Movie Is This Sidekick From?

This is Mushu the mini-dragon - one of the guardian spirits of the protagonist of the movie's family. He is assigned to protect the heroine when she embarks on a dangerous adventure. It's also a way for him to prove himself too as he has messed up a lot in the past. So what is the name of this lizard (hey, that's dragon - he doesn't do that tongue thing!) Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

31Where is Lilo and Stitch Set?

Lilo and Stitch is a beloved Disney movie about a cuddly - but potentially deadly - alien creature who crashes to Earth and befriends an eccentric young girl. Something else that sets it apart from other Disneys is that it is set in a fresh location that provides a unique visual pallet for the film as well as a new culture to explore. But what location are we talking about here? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

32Complete the quote: “I Don’t Care What They’re Going To Say. Let The Storm Rage On...”

This has got to be the ultimate test of whether you a Disney fan or not - can you remember all the lyrics to "Let it Go", the breakout song of Frozen. Here's one line from the song that Elsa sings when she decides to embrace her powers and build herself a super-cool ice palace. But can you remember what the next line is that follows on from this one? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

33Which Movie Is This Sidekick From?

This is Pascal, the adorable chameleon who is the only friend of the princess of this movie who is locked up in one place. He is an entirely silent character but he gets across a lot of personality through his withering looks, which hint that he is very intelligent. In fact, Pascal is actually the one who is responsible for the villain of the movie's death. But what movie is Pascal from? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

34Who Voices Maui in Moana?

We've already talked a bit about Maui, but let's refresh your memories anyway. Maui is the breakout character from Moana - a larger-than-life demi-god who has an inflated opinion of himself, but he is a super-cool shapeshifter so it's hard to blame him too much. But what we want to know is who is the voice of Maui? He's a famous actor and one of the biggest stars in Hollywood right now. Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

35Which Of These Movies Is NOT Set Underwater?

When you think about it, Disney do like to set their movies underwater. Maybe it's because it's just fun to animate underwater locations and it feels like they're introducing viewers to a brand new world. Here's the thing, though: which of these movies is NOT actually set under the sea, even partially. Try and pick the right answer from the four options below. The choice is out of Treasure Planet, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, The Little Mermaid and Finding Nemo.

36Tamatoa The Giant Crustaceon Is Obsessed With Things That Are...?

Tamatoa is a giant crab who appears in Moana. Despite being the secondary antagonist of the movie, he's just too darn flamboyant and fabulous to hate so you gotta love him. In his giant seashell home, Tamatoa has a collection of items that he has stolen over the years which he houses on his shell, using them as fashion accessories. But what do all these things have in common? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

37Which Of These Movies Does NOT Feature An All-Animal Cast?

Most Disney movies feature animal characters of some kind, usually as the comic relief or sidekicks to the hero. Some, though, have an entire cast of animals and don't feature any human characters at all. Either because they are set in a location untouched by civilization or because they are based in a fantasy world only inhabited by anthropomorphic animals. But which of the following movies does NOT feature an all-animal cast and does have a few human beings in there?

38Judy Hopps Has Always Wanted To Be A...?

In Zootopia, the story follows Judy Hopps, a young rabbit woman with a lot of gumption and ambition who wants to break through the glass ceiling and take on a career that is not usually thought of as suitable for rabbits in this all-animal world. But what career are we talking about here? Did Judy want to be a cop, fire fighter, movie or pop star? Tell us how this Disney fact goes by picking the right answer from the four options below.

39Which Movie Is This Sidekick From?

This is Morph, an adorable little pink blob that can float around. He's a fantastical creature who can also shapeshift - though he always remains the same size - which is mostly used for comical effect. He joins the main characters of the movie as they embark on a grand adventure. In terms of personality, Morph is very mischievous and likes to play pranks on his friends. But what movie does he come from? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

40What Type Of Game Does Wreck-It Ralph Come From?

Wreck-It Ralph is the story of a character in a game whose role it is to play the villain. However, Ralph is actually a nice guy and just wants the chance to play the hero for once. Which he manages when he escapes from his game and has an adventure. But what type of game does Ralph come from - is he as high-tech as a phone app game or a good old-fashioned board game? Try and pick the right answer from the four options below.

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