Can You Name the Disney Character From a Disney Pin?

Kennita Leon

Which Disney pin is this?

Moana, a Polynesian Disney princess, stars in her own Disney film, "Moana." This sea-loving character was born on the island of Motunui.

Which character can you see in this pin?

Literally named "beauty" in French, Belle grew up as an outcast in a small French village. A feminist, Belle is considered an unconventional princess.

Is this a Mickey Mouse pin?

The mascot of Disney, the Mickey Mouse character was created in the 1920s. He was written as a caring yet mischievous mouse.

Who do you see on this pin?

Disney's king of the Pride Lands, Simba is the son of Mufasa and Sarabi. He becomes king after the death of his father.

Can you identify which character's pin this is?

Arguably Disney's most famous princess, Cinderella is an orphaned girl who is raised by her wicked stepmother. With magic and her fairy godmother on her side, she falls in love and marries a prince.

Is this an Aladdin or Sebastian pin?

As a youth, Aladdin is orphaned and homeless. He becomes a thief and is often referred to as a street rat.

Whose pin is this?

The hero of China, a brave Mulan steals her father's armor and pretends to be a boy in order to take her father's place in the Chinese army.

Who is the character on this pin?

Girlfriend to Mickey, Minnie Mouse was created in 1928 along with Mickey. She was fashioned after a flapper girl.

Which character's pin is this?

Ariel is the star of the film "The Little Mermaid," released in 1989. As King Triton's youngest daughter, Ariel longs to experience life in the human world.

True or false: this is a Goofy pin.

Portrayed as Mickey's clumsy and not too intelligent friend, Goofy was created in 1932 and was drawn as a dog.

Which Disney pin is this?

Best-known for her short-term memory and anxiety, Dory is a blue tang fish. Her optimism and good heart make her an excellent partner to help Marlin find his son Nemo.

Which character can you see in this pin?

Tarzan is also known as the "Lord of the Jungle." As a result of his upbringing amongst the apes, Tarzan is ignorant of the world outside the jungle.

Is this a Peter Pan pin?

Popularly known as the boy who never grows up, Peter Pan is the archenemy of Captain Hook. He lives in Neverland, where he looks after the Lost Boys.

Who do you see on this pin?

Ursula is a plump, wicked sea witch who fools Ariel into sacrificing her voice in return for a pair of human legs.

Can you identify which character's pin this is?

A magical being, Genie is bound to a lamp. Once requested by his master, he emerges from the lamp to grant wishes.

Is this a Minnie Mouse or Goofy pin?

Created in 1932, Goofy is portrayed as a clumsy and dim-witted dog. He is a close friend of Mickey Mouse.

Whose pin is this?

A crustacean, Sebastian is portrayed as a Jamaican crab in "The Little Mermaid." He is a friend of Ariel's.

Who is the character on this pin?

The fairest of them all, Snow White befriends seven dwarfs when she flees her wicked stepmother into the forest.

Which character's pin is this?

A product of Geppetto's workshop, Pinocchio is a puppet who is brought to life by the Blue Fairy. His life-long goal is to become a real boy.

True or false: This is a Pongo pin.

A goofy and playful Dalmatian, Pongo becomes the father of fifteen puppies after he meets the beautiful Perdita.

Which Disney pin is this?

Disney's first African-American princess, Tiana starts out as a waitress at a restaurant. She dreams of having her own restaurant some day.

Is this a Goofy pin?

One of the many personified objects in the castle of the Beast, Lumiere is a candelabra. Before he was transformed, he served as the prince's maître d'.

Who do you see on this pin?

Daughter of chief Powhatan, Pocahontas is a Native American princess. When her village is invaded by Englishmen, she falls in love with Englishman John Smith.

Can you identify which character's pin this is?

Easily distinguished by her 70-foot long golden hair, Rapunzel is locked away in a tower by an old witch who uses the magic of Rapunzel's hair to keep young.

Is this an Alice or Dumbo pin?

A seven-year-old English girl, Alice has a vast imagination. Her story begins while she spends the afternoon reading with her sister.

Whose pin is this?

A well-known Disney character, Bambi is a roe deer who is raised by his father after his mother is shot and killed by hunters.

Who is the character on this pin?

Based on the Greek god of the same name, Hercules is the son of Zeus and Hera. He possesses remarkable strength.

Which character's pin is this?

An Englishman, John Smith appears in the film "Pocahontas." He invades the Indian village along with several other Englishmen.

True or false: This is an Alice pin.

An American cocker spaniel, Lady, is gifted as a pet to Darling. When Lady runs away from home, she meets a street dog named Tramp.

Which Disney pin is this?

The right-hand of Peter Pan, Tinkerbell is an iconic Disney character. She is portrayed as a sassy and mischievous tinker fairy.

Which character can you see in this pin?

Disney's first Scottish princess, Merida is an unconventional, free-spirited and adventurous princess. She is excellent at archery.

Is this a Tigger pin?

A yellow bear obsessed with honey, Winnie the Pooh is one of Disney's most popular characters. In his stories, he is a close friend of Christopher Robin.

Who do you see on this pin?

The best friend of Pumbaa, Timon is a supporting character in the Lion King films. He is portrayed as a lazy meerkat.

Can you identify which character's pin this is?

An orphaned Hawaiian girl, Lilo lives with her older sister Nani with whom she often disagrees. She is friendless until she meets alien experiment Stitch.

Is this a Mowgli or Merida pin?

Found by Bagheera the panther in a battered canoe, Mowgli is believed to be an orphan. He is raised by a pack of wolves and gains the ability to communicate well with jungle animals.

Whose pin is this?

The best friend of Mowgli, Baloo is a fun-loving, laid-back, sweet bear. He is drawn as being tall and slightly obese.

Who is the character on this pin?

Aurora is more popularly known as Sleeping Beauty. On her sixteenth birthday, she is cast into a never-ending sleep.

Which character's pin is this?

A rather small red dragon, Mushu serves as the guardian of the Fa family and later as the companion and guide to Mulan.

True or false: This is a Dumbo pin.

Identified by his abnormally large ears, Dumbo is a small, timid, Asian elephant. Using his giant, floppy ears, he is able to fly.

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About This Quiz

The company known as Disney has their fingers in more than a few pots. And one of those pots is the trading industry. Over the years, thousands of pins have been made, and lots of them have been collected by fans who love all things Disney. Some pins are available year round and are easy to find. Others are limited edition and come out when movies are released or for other Disney celebrations. While prices start at $8.99 and stay in that range, they can go higher than $125. 

Now, we want you to try to identify the characters in these pins. We won't ask you to name the pin, because that would just be too difficult!  And with the thousands that exist, we're not too optimistic that even we can remember all of them, even just the limited editions. Instead, we're going to show you some pins and you'll have to identify who's in them. Sound good?

If you're a big pin lover and you want to test your Disney pin and character knowledge, this is the quiz to do it with. Let's see if you can ace this pin test or if you need to put a pin in it!

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