Is This The Hardest Disney Quiz You'll Take Today?

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Heather Cahill

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In which Disney movie would you find the character Lady Tremaine?

Lady Tremaine is the evil stepmother to Cinderella in the movie of the same name. You may also remember her two daughters Anastasia and Drizella, who are as mean as their mother is to Cinderella.

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Walt Disney's favorite character was from which movie?

Walt Disney loved the little kitten that belonged to Geppetto in "Pinocchio", Figaro. Today, Figaro is found alongside Mickey Mouse and he even makes appearances in Disney Parks around the world.

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What is the name of the Darlings' dog in "Peter Pan"?

The name of the Darling's dog is Nana. She is a caring pup who takes care of the children, quite literally as their nanny.

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Which of the following was not one of the Seven Dwarfs?

Playful is not a name of one of the Seven Dwarfs. The dwarfs that are missing from the list are Bashful, Sleepy, Doc and Happy.

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Is it true or false that "Bambi" was based on a book?

This is true. "Bambi" is based on a book called "Bambi, A Life In The Woods". The book was first published in 1923 and the Disney movie was released in 1942.

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Which Disney movie was originally planned to be called "Kingdom of the Sun"?

"The Emperor's New Groove" was originally called "Kingdom of the Sun." The movie had a completely different storyline that was ultimately scrapped and the entire movie was reworked to become what we know today.

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What is the shortest Disney movie?

"Dumbo" is the shortest Disney movie, as it is only 64 minutes long. This can be attributed to a few things, for example, its production took place during World War II when the budget was smaller.

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Who voices Tito in "Oliver & Company"?

Cheech Marin, who is better known from the duo Cheech & Chong, voices Tito. He is a Chihuahua who is part of the gang of dogs.

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Is it true or false that "Pocahontas" is based on a true story?

This is true. Pocahontas was a real Native American woman who lived in the late 1500s and early 1600s. One other animated Disney movie was based on a true story as well, which is "Mulan".

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In "Sleeping Beauty," what name does Aurora use while living in the woods with her Fairy Godmothers?

Aurora uses the name Briar Rose when living in the forest in "Sleeping Beauty." She needed to use another name to successfully hide from Maleficent, who had plotted against her since her birth.

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The voice of Baloo in "The Jungle Book" is also the voice of who in "The Aristocats"?

Baloo is voiced by Phil Harris, who also voices Thomas O'Malley in "The Aristocats". You might also remember him from other movies such as "Anything Goes" and "Robin Hood".

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What was Cri-kee in "Mulan"?

Cri-kee was a cricket in "Mulan," who was one of her sidekicks. The little cricket was a good luck charm, reminiscent of the role they play in China in reality.

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Do you know what character was removed from the final version of "The Jungle Book"?

There was a rhinoceros removed from the movie before it was released. His name was Rocky and he was meant to be a funny character that Mowgli came across in the movie.

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Is it true or false that Remy has a brother?

This is true. Emile is the name of Remy's older brother. Emile loved to be around the colony of rats whereas Remy often went out on his own.

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What did Ariel give Ursula in exchange for becoming a human temporarily in "The Little Mermaid"?

Ariel gave up her voice to Ursula in order to become a human temporarily. She wanted to win over the prince who she had fallen in love with.

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Who voiced Jane Porter in "Tarzan"?

Minnie Driver provided the voice of Jane Porter in the movie. Jane and her father were fascinated by gorillas and wanted to study them. In the process of their studies, they met Tarzan.

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What character from "Aladdin" can be found in "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame"?

The Magic Carpet from "Aladdin" makes a cameo in "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame." In the same frame, you can also see Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" walk by!

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What nickname does Tramp give Lady?

Tramp gives Lady the nickname "Pidge" which is short for "pigeon". He called her this in an affectionate way as the two liked each other.

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Who was originally designed for Jessie's role in "Toy Story 2" ?

Señorita Cactus was designed to be in the role of Jessie in the movie. She was a lot different than Jessie and she was originally scrapped from the movie.

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In "Robin Hood," what kind of animal is Little John?

Little John is bear who is Robin Hood's sidekick. He is always there for his friend and helps him out with all kinds of plans that he has.

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In the animated version of "Alice in Wonderland," what poem does the Cheshire Cat sing?

The Cheshire Cat sings the poem "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll. Lewis was also the author of the "Alice in Wonderland" books that the movies are based on.

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How many puppies does Perdita give birth to in "One Hundred and One Dalmatians"?

Perdita gives birth to 15 puppies in the movie, even though the title clearly mentions 101 of the puppies. The 101 comes from all of the puppies endangered by Cruella De Vil.

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Which Disney character's name means "ocean"?

Moana's name means "ocean". It is fitting as she lives on an island and she is fascinated by the ocean, although her family forbids her to go near it.

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How was Pegasus created in "Hercules"?

Pegasus was created from clouds in "Hercules". He was Hercules's companion from the time he was born, staying by his side throughout his whole life.

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What was Chip turned into in "Beauty and the Beast"?

Chip was turned into a teacup in the movie. Chip's mother, Mrs. Potts, was also turned into a teapot as they were also in the castle with the beast.

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Who is Jafar's sidekick in "Aladdin"?

Jafar's sidekick is Iago, a parrot. Did you know that he was voiced by Gilbert Gottfried who was also on many well-known television shows such as "Family Guy" and "Wings"?

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Who did Copper belong to in "The Fox and the Hound"?

Copper belonged to Amos Slade, a hunter who trained Copper to be a hunting dog. He is not very empathetic until his life was saved by Tod.

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What is the name of the land in "Frozen"?

Arendelle is the name of the land in "Frozen." Anna and Elsa are part of the royal family that reigns over the region and Elsa becomes the queen.

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Which Disney movie used the tagline "Nature Calls"?

"Brother Bear" used this tagline. The movie is about a boy who angers the spirits by killing a bear. He finds himself turned into a bear.

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Where is Prince Naveen from in "The Princess and the Frog"?

Maldonia is the hometown of Prince Naveen in the movie. It was a fictional place that the Prince and his family were the leaders of.

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What is the name of Simba's mother?

Simba's mother is named Sarabi. She is a courageous lion who demonstrated her strength in times of darkness in the Pride Lands.

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What was the 50th animated movie that Disney released?

"Tangled" was the 50th animated movie released by Disney. It came out in 2010, 73 years after the release of the company's first animated movie, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and it was based on the story of "Rapunzel."

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What was Disney's longest movie?

"Fantasia" is the longest Disney movie, running for over two hours. The movie has become extremely popular, and due to its popularity it has expanded into Disney parks and other media.

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In "Lilo & Stitch," what musician did Lilo admire?

Lilo was a huge fan of Elvis Presley. She tries to teach Stitch how to act by showing and teaching him about the rockstar.

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Which game is not in "Wreck-It Ralph"?

"Minecraft" is not in the movie "Wreck-It Ralph." The movie is filled with a few fictional video games, and Ralph is the villain in one of them.

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About This Quiz

Can you name every person, animal and place in the Disney universe? Then this is the quiz for you! The movies started with Walt Disney and continued to dominate after him. His empire expanded into television and Disney parks, which are truly the most magical places on Earth as they claim. If you think you're an expert on all things Disney, then this is the quiz for you!

Do you know who Walt Disney's favorite character was? Do you know how many puppies Perdita had in "One Hundred and One Dalmatians"? Do you know what kind of animal Little John from "Robin Hood" is? If that's too easy, can you name the 50th animated movie that Disney created? If you know what happened in the movies, you're halfway there, but if you also know some behind the scenes facts, you'll do even better!

Do you know which movie used the tagline "Nature Calls"? Can you name the longest or shortest Disney movies? What about the movie with a character named Lady Tremaine? Only true Disney fans will be able to ace this one!

If you grew up singing "Hakuna Matata" or traveling Wonderland, what are you waiting for? Take the quiz to see if you've earned your Mickey Mouse ears!

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