Quiz: Check Off All the Classic Disney Movies You've Seen and We'll Guess How Old You Are
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Check Off All the Classic Disney Movies You've Seen and We'll Guess How Old You Are
By: Kennita Leon
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About This Quiz

Disney movies, mainly the animated ones, are not new to this world. In fact, the very first movie, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was released in 1937; the live-action one would come 13 years later in 1950 ("Treasure Island"). The picture company, officially called Walt Disney Pictures, Inc., was formed just about 95 years ago as a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios. But whether it's Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures or the other, shorter one (a division of the former), both have created films that people the world over love.

And today, we want to test how far back your memory goes when it comes to the classics. If you can tick off the ones you've seen, we'll be able to guess your age. Do we have a deal?

So here's how it'll go. We're going to list more than a few movies and we'll want your opinion on it. You can say you loved, hated or didn't care about it or that you haven't seen it. When we're done asking our questions, we'll analyze your answers so that we can guess your age. 

So if you're ready to go, we definitely are. Let's get this Disney classics quiz started!

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