The '90s represented a renaissance for Disney, with a celebrated new feature released once a year through the end of the decade. Take our quiz to see how much you remember about the period that many call the golden age of Disney!
Belle is a simple French maiden who falls in love with a beast in the 1991 animated version of this classic tale.
Gaston — who brags about eating 60 eggs a day to maintain his physique — tries in vain to win Belle's heart.
"Aladdin" is set in Agrabah, a land of mystery, enchantment and the finest merchandise this side of the River Jordan.
Abu is Aladdin's loyal sidekick and a clever kleptomaniac to boot.
Simba eventually takes on his rightful role of king of the Pride Lands by defeating Scar.
"The Lion King" is often compared to "Hamlet," as both feature a younger brother who murders the king before being displaced by a young prince.
Timon is a wisecracking meerkat, while Pumbaa is a warthog who suffers from extreme flatulence.
Zeus and Hera rule Mount Olympus with their son Hercules.
The hydra can regenerate its heads, forcing Hercules to trigger a landslide in order to destroy the beast.
The first "Fantasia" came out in 1940 and features short animated segments set to classical tunes.
Pocahontas falls in love with John Smith, who must eventually leave her and return to England.
"Mulan" tells the story of a young Chinese girl who dresses as a boy and joins the army.
The scrawny Mushu protects Mulan and teaches her to act like a man in order to fight in the army.
Scrooge and the gang head off in search of Collie Baba's treasure in the 1990 feature film.
Hanks actually voiced Woody the cowboy, while Tim Allen voiced Buzz.
Buzz is part of Star Command and devoted to defeating the evil Emperor Zurg.
Sid scares the toys by burning or maiming any toy he gets his hands on.
Woody and Buzz are relieved when Andy gets a puppy named Buster for Christmas rather than a new toy.
"The Rescuers" came out in 1977, and it took Disney 13 years to release a sequel.
Bernard and Bianca are brave mice that battle to save a young boy named Cody in the 1990 film.
Quasimodo is a shy hunchback who lives in the bell tower at Notre Dame.
Three gargoyles named Hugo, Victor and Laverne keep Quasimodo company in the tower.
Quasimodo falls in love with Esmerelda, but she only has eyes for Phoebus.
Stinky Pete the prospector tries to sabotage Woody's escape in the 1999 film.
Jessie is a cowgirl who goes on to date Buzz Lightyear.
Kala rescues Tarzan, names him and raises him as her own in the 1999 Disney film.
Tarzan falls in love with Jane, who eventually leaves her family to live in the jungle with her man.
Flik is an inventor whose creations often go awry in the 1998 film.
Flik falls in love with Atta, who eventually becomes queen of the nest.
"Home Improvement" heartthrob JTT played Tom, while Brad Renfro took on the role of Huck.