Quiz: You're Going to Love This Disney Love Quiz!
You're Going to Love This Disney Love Quiz!
By: Zoe Samuel
Image: Walt Disney Pictures

About This Quiz

If there's one plot line that you'll see in most Disney films featuring a protagonist aged 16 or older, it's a love story. Disney movies love love nearly as much as people who are happily married love it. They depict relationships between young lovers that transcend the boundaries of culture (in the case of Mulan), social expectation (in the case of Tiana from "The Princess and the Frog"), familial meddling (in the case of Rapunzel from "Tangled") and even species (in the case of Ariel from "The Little Mermaid"). 

Love in the Disney universe knows no impediment that it cannot conquer. It crosses class, race, wealth, and species barriers with the wave of a magic wand, the capitulation of a controlling father, the defeat of a wicked queen, or the sheer bloody-mindedness of two people who refuse to be separated.

Disney doesn't just love romantic love. The movies feature a great many parent-child relationships, and we cannot forget the recent tale of sisterly love at the heart of the smash hit, "Frozen". However, this quiz is for the lovers. It's for the Tianas, the Ariels, the Jasmines. It's for everyone who soldiered on in the face of a family, a society or a literal dragon who wanted them to be alone.

Love conquers all in the Disney universe as, hopefully, you will conquer this quiz.

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