Can You Name All of These Disney Characters from Only Their Eyes?

By: Khadija L.

The set of blue eyes seen here belong to Prince Eric, a character from the Little Mermaid. The handsome prince fought against the sea witch Ursula and married princess Ariel at the end of the movie.

The pair of brown eyes seen here belong to Aladdin from the movie with the same name. He was born into poverty, but after being tricked into looking for a magical lamp, he keeps it for himself and makes a few wishes of his own.

The set of blue eyes seen here belong to Dumbo, a character from the movie with the same name. He is a small elephant who is known for having large floppy ears which give him the ability to glide in the air.

The pair of hazel eyes seen here belong to Belle from the movie, Beauty and the Beast. She is an intelligent and beautiful girl who feels that there is more to life than her small French village has to offer.

The set of eyes seen here belong to Sarabi, a lioness from the movie The Lion King. In the movie, she is the wife of King Mufasa and mother of Simba, their cub. She is also in charge of the other lionesses and the hunting parties.

The pair of blue eyes seen here belong to Jane Porter from the movie Tarzan. She is an animal researcher who went on an expedition to Africa to study gorillas. While there, she meets and falls in love with Tarzan, the king of the jungle.

The pair of blue eyes seen in the image belong to Anna, a character from the movie Frozen. She is the youngest daughter of King Agnarr and Queen Iduna of Arendelle. She is also the younger sister of Elsa the Snow Queen, and she goes on a mission to mend their bond.

The pair of black eyes complimented by the green eyeshadow belongs to Cruella de Vil from the movie, One Hundred and One Dalmatians. She is the main antagonist of the movie and is obsessed with using the skin from the puppies for a fur coat.

The pair of green eyes seen here belong to the stallion Khan from the movie Mulan. Khan is the Fa family’s horse and is usually seen accompanying Mulan. He is incapable of speech but is great at getting his point across by snorting and whining.

The set of blue eyes seen here belong to Princess Ariel from the movie The Little Mermaid. She is the youngest daughter of King Triton and Queen Athena, the rulers of Atlantica, and she has always been obsessed with human life.

The pair of blue eyes seen here belongs to Quasimodo from the movie The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Quasimodo was born deformed, and because of that was kept hidden in a bell tower which he is forbidden to leave by Judge Claude Frollo.

The pair of black eyes seen here belongs to the little mouse Gus from the movie Cinderella. He is a dimwitted, happy-go-lucky character who along with Jaq (another mouse), is one of Cinderella's best friends.

The light brown eyes seen here belong to Flynn Ryder from the movie Tangled. The former thief was recruited by Rapunzel to help her get to the Festival of Lights but ends up falling in love with her before they get there.

The pair of yellow eyes seen here could only belong to Maleficent from the movie Sleeping Beauty. She is an evil fairy who after not being invited to the christening of Princess Aurora, attempts to get her revenge by cursing her.

The pair of eyes seen here belong to Duchess the cat from the movie The Aristocats. She is the pet of the aristocrat Madame Adelaide Bonfamille and is the mother of Marie, Berlioz and Toulouse.

The pair of blue eyes seen here belong to the living puppet Pinocchio from the movie with the same name. He was created by Geppetto, and with the help of Jiminy Cricket, he will prove himself in order to become a real boy.

The pair of piercing blue eyes seen here belong to Alice from the movie Alice in Wonderland. She has been described as a peculiar little girl who has a wild sense of imagination. She soon finds herself in Wonderland where she meets some familiar faces.

The set of blue eyes seen her belong to Hercules from the movie with the same name. He is the son of Greek God Zeus and Goddess Hera, and after being turned into a mortal and stolen by Hades, he regained some of his strength which he would later use to get back into Mount Olympus.

The pair of green eyes seen here belongs to Jessica Rabbit from the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit. This curvy bombshell is the estranged wife of Roger Rabbit and is an up and coming singer at the Ink and Paint Club.

The pair of brown eyes seen here belong to Mowgli from the movie, The Jungle Book. As a child, he was found in a basket by Bagheera the black panther and was raised by a pack of wolves until the age of 10.

The set of black eyes seen here belongs to one of Disney’s oldest and most loved characters, Mickey Mouse. For almost 90 years, the mouse has been the face of the company and can be seen in almost all of their media branches.

The pair of eyes seen here belong to Pocahontas from the movie with the same name. She is a member of a Powhatan Indian tribe and is the daughter of the chief. She has been promised to a fierce warrior but wants so much more.

The pair of green eyes seen here belongs to Lady Tremaine from the Cinderella movies. She is Cinderella’s stepmother (and arch-enemy) and she constantly punishes and abuses her psychologically because she is much more graceful and beautiful than her own two daughters, Anastasia and Drizella.

The pair of the eyes seen here belong to Cheshire Cat from the movie Alice in Wonderland. The mysterious and mischievous cat is often seen with a big smile on his face and constantly disappearing and reappearing.

The pair of large green eyes shown in the image belong to Rapunzel from the movie Tangled. She is the daughter of King Frederic and Queen Arianna of Corona who was kidnapped by Mother Gothel and kept in a tower because of her magical abilities.

The set of eyes shown in the image belong to Pumbaa from the movie The Lion King. He is a very greedy warthog and the best friend of Timon the meerkat and Simba the lion. Together, the three wander through the jungle embracing their “Hakuna Matata” philosophy.

The pair of brown eyes seen belong to Snow White from the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. She is a young princess who also happens to be the fairest in the land, making her the envy of her stepmother, the Queen.

The brown eyes seen in this image belong to Princess Jasmine from the movie Aladdin. She is the daughter of the Sultan of the kingdom of Agrabah and she lived much of her life confined to the castle with her only friend Rajah her pet tiger.

The set of brown eyes seen in the image belong to Moana, who is from the movie with the same name. She is the daughter of Chief Tui and Sina and she was chosen to take a journey across the ocean in order to save her people.

The pair of brown eyes seen in the image belong to Bambi from the movie with the same name. The young deer grew up in a forest where he was raised by his father after his mother was shot by a human.

The pair of eyes seen here belong to Grumpy, from the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Just like his name says, he is very grumpy and is shown to be very rude, overly negative, condescending and a bit sexist.

The pair of purple eyes seen here belong to Megara from the animated film Hercules. After selling her soul to Hades to revive her boyfriend, he left her for another woman. By the end of her movie, she regains her soul and falls in love with Hercules.

The pair of eyes seen in the image belong to Prince Charming from the movie Cinderella and its sequels. In the movie, he is trying to find a wife and throws a huge ball in order to meet her. He eventually meets Cinderella, who he falls in love with and marries.

The pair of eyes seen in the screenshot belongs to Pascal from the movie Tangled. He is the pet chameleon and best friend of Rapunzel ,who he has known since she saved him with her magical hair from a venomous snake bite.

The pair of blue eyes which are shown in the image belong to Gaston from the movie, Beauty and the Beast. In the movie, he is an arrogant hunter who is dead set on having Belle as his wife, by any means necessary.

The set of green eyes seen in the image belongs to Esmeralda from the movie, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. She is a beautiful Romani street performer who catches the eye of Judge Claude Frollo, Quasimodo and Phoebus.

The glowing pair eyes seen in the image belongs to Te Kā from the movie Moana. The destructive demon was once known as the island goddess Te Fiti, who transformed after her heart was stolen by the demi-god Maui.

The pair of brown eyes seen here belong to Miguel Riviera from the movie Coco. He is a 12-year-old boy who somehow finds himself in the realm of the dead during the yearly festive holiday, Día de Los Muertos, where he meets his ancestors.

The brown eyes shown in the image belong to Ralph from the movie Wreck-It Ralph. In the movie, he is an arcade game character who is often seen destroying constructions of newly built apartments, which are later repaired by Fix-It Felix, Jr.

The pair of purple eyes which are seen in the image belong to Judy Hopps from the movie Zootopia. She is the first rabbit to have been a part of Zootopia’s police force and she constantly struggles to prove her worth. She teams up with a fox and uncovers an evil conspiracy.

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About This Quiz

The eyes are organs which belong to the nervous system, and they provide organisms with vision by receiving and processing visual input in the form of light.

These same organs have been said to be the windows to the soul, as you can tell a lot about a person's personality, emotional state and health just by gazing into their eyes. 

After almost a century of watching Disney films, their characters can easily be distinguished from characters created by other companies as they are known for having very large and expressive eyes. Because of the complexity of these organs, it can be very difficult to not only draw them, but to have them convey specific emotions. Luckily, Disney has never seemed to struggle in that department.

Like the eyes we see every day, the Disney characters' eyes come in all shapes, sizes and colors, including rare colors like green, hazel and purple. They have also been adapted to suit the races and ethnicities of the characters.

How well do you know your Disney characters? If you were given images of just their eyes, would you be able to tell which character it belonged to? Well, 95% of the population can't. Take this quiz to find out if you can defy the odds. 

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