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Can You Name the Disney Movie From an Image of a Supporting Character?
by Kennita Leon

"We got no troubles. Life is the bubbles, under the sea!" What would The Little Mermaid be without our favorite Jamaican crab, Sebastian? While the movie might not be made for him, he definitely left an impression! Today we're saying goodbye to the "main characters" of Disney! With all of their friends and family, can you name the Disney movie from a picture of its supporting character?

The first Walt Disney Pictures film was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. While Snow White was the leading character in this film, The Prince and the dwarfs were often filling up the screen. Fast forward to Beauty and the Beast. The title is clearly made for the two main characters, but how could the story continue without Lumiere, Mrs. Potts, and Cogsworth?

All of the Disney films had main characters that you loved, but it's the supporting characters who help guide them along the way. Could you tell the difference between Ariel's sidekick Sebastian and Mulan's dragon, Mushu? What film can you find Timon and Pumbaa singing about no worries? If you know all these answers, you're ready for this quiz! 

Move over, Disney Princesses and Princes. Today is for your supporting characters! Can you name all the Disney movies from their supporting characters? There's only one way to find out!

Hop on this magic carpet ride of a quiz!

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