Disney Trivia: How Well Do You Know Your Favorite Disney Movies?
You’ve been watching and singing along with these movies for as long as you can remember. Now, put your Disney trivia knowledge to the true test.
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In Disney’s 1959 film, Sleeping Beauty, Aurora is betrothed to a prince shortly after she is born. This same prince rescues her when she falls into a deep sleep. Who is he?
A: Prince PhilipMoviestore/Shutterstock
King Stephen, Aurora’s father, and King Hubert, Philip’s father, agree that the two should marry when they come of age. Maybe it wasn’t the most considerate move for their children, but it all worked out in the end. Check out even more surprising facts about Disney’s most famous characters.
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Everyone knows that Cinderella lost a glass slipper as she left the ball at midnight. But did it fall off her right foot or left foot?
A: Left footSNAP/Shutterstock
You need to be watching closely to figure out that bit of Disney trivia. Check out these inspiring quotes from Disney princesses to live by.
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The handsome prince in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves is probably the most mysterious out of all the Disney princes. What is his name?
A: Prince FlorianSNAP/Shutterstock
Trick question! His name isn’t actually mentioned in the film, but Disney trivia experts know him as Prince Florian. Disney France revealed the name on a TV spot, according to Disney Wikia. Plus, he is occasionally referred to as Prince Florian for Disney on Ice shows.
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Here’s a hint: You hear this lyric in the movie Tangled.
A: “All that time never truly seeing/ Things the way they were”Moviestore/Shutterstock
The song, “I See the Light,” is a duet between Rapunzel and Flynn Rider as they sit in a boat with floating lanterns hovering around them. Talk about a date to remember. Don’t miss these surprisingly impressive words you can learn from Disney songs.
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Simba, Mufasa, and Scar are probably the first names you think of when The Lion King is mentioned, but let’s give this powerful lioness some love.
Who could forget the scene where Scar yells out, “Sarabi!” as she walks through a crowd of snarling hyenas with her head held high? She knows her place and won’t let Scar bring her down. You go, girl!
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You know the little human girl from Monsters, Inc. as Boo, but she actually has a real, more human name.
This is another piece of Disney trivia that requires some analyzing. No one says her real name out loud, but she does sign some of her drawings “Mary.”
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You know Prince Hans as the bad guy you still love from Frozen. Do you remember how big his family is?
Hans has 12 older brothers, making him the youngest of the bunch. Did you guess wrong? Let it go. Check out these movies with the best soundtracks.
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Mickey Mouse’s high-pitched voice is one of the most iconic cartoon voices ever created. But out of all the Disney films, one main character speaks the least.
A: DumboGTV Archive/Shutterstock
The titular elephant of the 1941 film Dumbo has no lines of dialogue. Aurora from Sleeping Beauty is a close second with 18 whole lines. In Bambi, there are only 1,000 words of spoken dialogue throughout the whole film. Did you know that these things are banned from Disney movies?
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Genie from Aladdin complained that being cooped up in a lamp gave him such a crick in the neck. Just how long was he in there?
A: 10,000 yearsMoviestore/Shutterstock
Let’s hope he wasn’t feeling claustrophobic that whole time.
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Here’s a hint: This song debuted in the film Pinocchio.
A: “No request is too extreme”SNAP/Shutterstock
The song, “When You Wish Upon a Star,” has been remade dozens of times since the film came out in 1940 and continues to inspire listeners to wish upon a star as dreamers do. Here are 11 Walt Disney quotes that’ll inspire you to follow your dreams.
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He actually gave Belle two answers, which she mistakes as the number of dogs they’re going to have.
A: Six or sevenSNAP/Shutterstock
Yes, he wants six or seven strapping boys like him. Good luck with that, Gaston.
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This mystical phrase has been repeated—and misquoted—hundreds of times in pop culture. Do you know what the exact phrase is, word for word?
A: Magic mirror, on the wall—who is the fairest one of all?GTV Archive/Shutterstock
It is NOT “Mirror, mirror,” although it does flow a bit better than “Magic mirror.” Here are more of the most famous movie quotes of all time.
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Every young girl that dreams of being a princess wants her Prince Charming. Which actual Disney princess got hers?
Yet another tricky bit of Disney trivia. This prince’s name isn’t actually said aloud in the film, but everyone knows him as Prince Charming. Snow White calls her prince “charming,” but as an adjective and not his actual name. What some more cartoon trivia? These questions will test your knowledge of famous toons (including some Disney favorites).