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Mickey Mouse
Donald Duck
Titles
Absent-Minded Professor
Aladdin
The Aristocats
Bambi
Beauty and the Beast
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
A Bug's Life
Cars
Cinderella
Dumbo
Fantasia
Frozen
Hercules
101 Dalmatians
The Incredible Journey
The Jungle Book
Lady and the Tramp
The Lion King
The Little Mermaid
The Love Bug
Mary Poppins
Peter Pan
Pocahontas
Robin Hood
Sleeping Beauty
Snow White
Song of the South
The Sword in the Stone
Tarzan
Toy Story

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Disney Films

Walt Disney's older brother, and co–founder of the firm (1923) Click to show or hide the answer

Disney's first cartoon character Click to show or hide the answer

Mickey Mouse

The first cartoon film that Mickey Mouse appeared in (May 1928) Click to show or hide the answer
The first sound cartoon – the first film in which Mickey Mouse spoke (November 1928) – often said to be the first Mickey Mouse film Click to show or hide the answer
Mickey Mouse's original name (he was Mickey by the time his first cartoon was released) Click to show or hide the answer
Claimed that Walt Disney once told him that Mickey Mouse was named after him Click to show or hide the answer
Mickey's voice in Steamboat Willie Click to show or hide the answer
Known in Italy as Topolino Click to show or hide the answer
Pluto's breed (developed from a pair that appeared to track down some escaped criminals in The Chain Gang, 1930) Click to show or hide the answer
Mickey's (and Donald's) anthropomorphic canine friend; gives his name to a method of riding a skateboard Click to show or hide the answer

Donald Duck

Donald Duck first appeared in (1934: one of the Silly Symphonies series) Click to show or hide the answer
Donald Duck's address Click to show or hide the answer
Donald Duck's middle name (according to Donald Gets Drafted, 1942) Click to show or hide the answer
Donald Duck was banned in Finland for Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Donald Duck Click to show or hide the answer
Donald Duck's girlfriend Click to show or hide the answer
Donald Duck's nephews Click to show or hide the answer

Titles

The first feature–length cartoon film (1937) Click to show or hide the answer
Disney's second full–length animated cartoon (1940) Click to show or hide the answer

Based on a 1923 novel by Austrian author Felix Salten, subtitled A Life in the Woods Click to show or hide the answer
The Rawlins children (Charlie, Carrie and Paul) are evacuated to the Dorset village of Pepperinge Eye, where they are placed in the care of Eglantine Price, a reclusive spinster who turns out to be an apprentice witch Click to show or hide the answer
Mice Gus and Jack, and the ferocious cat Lucifer, appear in Click to show or hide the answer
Timothy Mouse appears in Click to show or hide the answer
Disney's third feature–length film (1940): features eight animated sequences set to famous classical music pieces, including Mickey Mouse as the Sorcerer's Apprentice. Music conducted by Leopold Stokowski, who appears in some brief live action sequences Click to show or hide the answer
Inspired by Hand Christian Anderson's The Snow Queen Click to show or hide the answer
Last film Disney worked on Click to show or hide the answer
Sebastian the Crab, King Triton, Ariel, Flounder Click to show or hide the answer
Jiminy Cricket, the Blue Fairy, Stromboli (an exploitative puppet master who locks the title character in a cage), and J. Worthington Foulfellow (a sly, anthropomorphic fox) feature in Click to show or hide the answer
Several characters are swallowed by a whale named Monstro
2007 Pixar film, released by Disney, starring a rat called Remy who loves cooking; named after a French dish Click to show or hide the answer
Bernard, Bianca (mice), Medusa (kidnapper), Orville (dopey seagull); the first full–length Disney animation to inspire a sequel Click to show or hide the answer
Sequel to The Rescuers (1990 – it bombed) Click to show or hide the answer
Heir to King Musafa and Queen Sarabi Click to show or hide the answer
Based on the tales of Uncle Remus Click to show or hide the answer
Based on T. H. White's The Once and Future King, which in turn was based on the legend of King Arthur and Merlin the Magician Click to show or hide the answer
2010: loosely based on the Grimm Brothers fairy tale Rapunzel Click to show or hide the answer
Disney's first all–live action film (1950) Click to show or hide the answer
Carl Fredricksen (an elderly widower who ties thousands of balloons to his home, to fulfill his dream of seeing the wilds of South America and to complete a promise made to his late wife) is the main character in (2009 Disney-Pixar film) Click to show or hide the answer

The Absent–Minded Professor

The title character's amazing invention – and title of the 1997 remake starring Robin Williams Click to show or hide the answer

Aladdin

Model for Aladdin Click to show or hide the answer
Aladdin's girlfriend (princess) Click to show or hide the answer
Genie's voice Click to show or hide the answer
Oscar–winning song – lyrics by Tim Rice Click to show or hide the answer

The Aristocats

Central character (she–cat with three kittens) Click to show or hide the answer
Alley cat who befriends Duchess and the kittens Click to show or hide the answer

Bambi

Bambi's best friend – "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all" (a rabbit) Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the skunk Click to show or hide the answer

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty's name (as in many traditional versions of the story) Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of the teapot, Mrs. Potts Click to show or hide the answer

Bedknobs and Broomsticks

Apprentice witch Eglantine Price Click to show or hide the answer
"Professor" Emelius Browne – proprietor of the Correspondence College of Witchcraft Click to show or hide the answer

A Bug's Life (1998 – Pixar/Disney collaboration)

Name of the ant (the main protagonist) Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Hopper the grasshopper (the main antagonist) Click to show or hide the answer

Cars (2002 – produced by Pixar, released by Disney)

Central character – a rookie racing car Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Lightning McQueen Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Doc Hudson, the blue 1951 Hudson Click to show or hide the answer

Cinderella (1950 version)

Ugly sisters Click to show or hide the answer

Dumbo

Dumbo's only friend, who convinces him that he can fly and becomes his manager (not named on the soundtrack, but his signature is seen on a contract) Click to show or hide the answer

Fantasia

The Sorcerer's Apprentice: title role "played" by Click to show or hide the answer
Music recorded under the direction of Click to show or hide the answer

Frozen

The princess whose icy powers have inadvertently trapped their parents' kingdom in eternal winter Click to show or hide the answer
The princess who sets out to find her estranged sister Elsa Click to show or hide the answer
The land that Elsa and Anna are princesses of Click to show or hide the answer
The snowman who dreams of experiencing summer Click to show or hide the answer
The roguish iceman who helps Anna to find Elsa, eventually falling in love with her Click to show or hide the answer
Kristoff's reindeer Click to show or hide the answer
Prince of the southern Isles, who gets engaged to Anna but turns out to be the villain Click to show or hide the answer
Singer of the full version of Let it Go – released as a single Click to show or hide the answer
Singer of the simplified version, played over the closing credits Click to show or hide the answer

Hercules

Characters designed by Click to show or hide the answer
Narrator Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Zeus Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Philoctetes (Phil), the unhappy satyr who trains Hercules Click to show or hide the answer

101 Dalmatians

Father of the 15 puppies Click to show or hide the answer
Mother of the 15 puppies Click to show or hide the answer
Wicked female – hires two henchmen named Horace and Jasper Badun to capture the puppies Click to show or hide the answer

The Incredible Journey (1963, remade 1993)

Name of the Bull terrier Click to show or hide the answer
Siamese cat Click to show or hide the answer
Labrador retriever Click to show or hide the answer

The Jungle Book

King of the Swingers (an orang–utan) Click to show or hide the answer
Voiced by Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Shere Khan, the tiger Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Baloo the Bear Click to show or hide the answer
Buzzie, Flaps, Dizzie and Ziggy are Click to show or hide the answer
That's What Friends Are For (opening lyrics: "We're your friends ... We're your friends ... We're your friends to the bitter end ... "): sung in barbershop quartet style by
Leader of the elephants Click to show or hide the answer

Lady and the Tramp

Lady's breed Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Darling (Lady's female owner), Si & Am, and the Lhaso Apso Peg – sings He's a tramp Click to show or hide the answer

The Lion King

The Lion King is loosely based on (Shakespeare play) Click to show or hide the answer
Theme song (sung by Elton John) Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the title character Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Simba Click to show or hide the answer
Simba's mother Click to show or hide the answer
Simba's father Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Mufasa Click to show or hide the answer
Simba's wicked uncle (Mufasa's younger brother) Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Scar Click to show or hide the answer
After fleeing from Scar, Simba is nursed back to health by Meerkat Click to show or hide the answer
Warthog Click to show or hide the answer
Shenzi, Banzai and Ed are Click to show or hide the answer
Baboon–like character who performs shamanistic services for the lions – name is Swahili for "friend" Click to show or hide the answer

The Little Mermaid

Name of the title character Click to show or hide the answer
Ariel's father Click to show or hide the answer
Ariel's best friend, who accompanies her into the human world (a fish) Click to show or hide the answer
Seagull that they meet at the surface Click to show or hide the answer
Crab musician who advises them not to go Click to show or hide the answer

The Love Bug

Herbie's racing number (emblazoned on the side) Click to show or hide the answer

Mary Poppins

Chimney sweep played by Dick Van Dyke Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the family Click to show or hide the answer
Names of the Banks children Click to show or hide the answer
Mary Poppins' umbrella handle had the head of a Click to show or hide the answer

Peter Pan

Model for Tinkerbelle Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the Indian princess Click to show or hide the answer

Pocahontas

Voice of Captain John Smith Click to show or hide the answer

Robin Hood

Robin Hood and Maid Marian were portrayed as Click to show or hide the answer
Voices of Prince John and King Richard (both lions) Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Little John – a bear, like his character in The Jungle Book (Baloo) Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Sir Hiss (Prince John's anguine sidekick) Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of the minstrel Alan–a–Dale (a rooster) Click to show or hide the answer

Sleeping Beauty

Name of Sleeping Beauty (same as in Tchaikovsky's ballet) Click to show or hide the answer
Princess Aurora's fairy godmothers Click to show or hide the answer
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Name of the prince (the only princely name familiar to Americans in the 1950s!) Click to show or hide the answer

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

The dwarfs' occupation Click to show or hide the answer
Dwarf with the longest name Click to show or hide the answer
Dwarf that wore glasses Click to show or hide the answer
Dwarf who didn't have a beard Click to show or hide the answer

Song of the South

Character that sings Zip–a–dee–doo–dah Click to show or hide the answer

The Sword in the Stone

Merlin's owl Click to show or hide the answer

Tarzan

Voice of Jane Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Clayton, the principal villain (essentially created for this film) Click to show or hide the answer

Toy Story (produced by Pixar, released by Disney)

Small boy who owns the toys Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the astronaut who is Andy's new toy (birthday present) – fails to realise he's a toy, and believes he has a mission to return to his home planet. Catchphrase: "To infinity – and beyond!" Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Buzz Lightyear Click to show or hide the answer
Name of the cowboy, who resents being replaced as Andy's favourite toy by Buzz Lightyear Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Woody Click to show or hide the answer
Toy dachshund, voiced by Jim Varney (named after a real toy of the 1950s–70s) Click to show or hide the answer
Toy Story 2: name of the horse Click to show or hide the answer

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