Can you guess these classic Disney films from a single sentence description?

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Isadora Teich

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Disney has been making iconic films for decades and has been a childhood staple for generations of people around the globe. Test your Disney savvy with this whimsical quiz!

A wooden puppet brought to life is told by a fairy that he can become a human boy if he proves he's worthy.

This 1940 Disney classic made huge strides in animation as an art form. It explored animating vehicles and natural elements like rain realistically .

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A French peasant girl falls in love with a prince cursed to be a monstrous beast by an enchantress.

This 1992 film was an instant commercial and critical success. Three of the songs in it were even nominated for Oscars, with the title song taking home the gold.

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A young girl chases a white rabbit into a fantasy world.

This 1951 film is based on the book "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll. Since being published in 1865, the book has never gone out of print and been translated into over 100 languages.

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A precocious teen mermaid trades her tail for a shot at love on land.

This 1989 Disney classic kicked off what became known as The Disney Renaissance. During the 90s Disney produced some of their most successful and popular animated films, like "The Lion King" and "Aladdin."

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To escape her murderous jealous stepmother, a beautiful princess hides in the woods where she befriends dwarfs and woodland creatures.

This 1937 movie was not only Disney's first full-length animated feature film but the first ever. Walt Disney came up with the idea for the movie when he was 15.

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A boy that never grows up takes Londoner siblings on a fantastic adventure.

This Disney classic has been a childhood favorite of many for generations. Despite that, Walt Disney himself didn't like the finished product much, despite having a deep love for the original play by J.M. Barrie.

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A boy raised in the jungle contends with a fearsome tiger, hypnotic snake, and more.

This 1967 film is a popular childhood favorite. It's based on the work of Rudyard Kipling.

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A pampered pooch and a mutt from the streets fall in love.

This 1955 film is a romantic classic. In order to get the look of the dogs right, animators had the studio filled with all kinds of dogs for reference.

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A young lion prince tricked into blaming himself for his father's death goes into exile, only to return as an adult to take back the throne.

This award-winning animated Disney epic is one of the highest-grossing films of all time. It is based on Shakespeare's "Hamlet."

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A nanny with magical powers improves the lives of the children of a suffragette and a work -obsessed banker.

This 1964 classic was highly acclaimed. It received 13 Academy Award nominations, which is a record for Disney to this day, and won 5.

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A fox and a hound struggle to remain friends while growing up in a world that puts them in opposing roles.

This 1981 film was Disney's 24th animated film. At the time of release, it was the most expensive animated film ever made.

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A baby elephant is mocked for his unusually big ears, which allow him to fly.

Released in 1941, "Dumbo" is Disney's shortest feature film. The animators actually went on strike during production and Walt Disney includes a scene making fun of his striking workers. In it, a bunch of clowns decide to ask their boss for a raise.

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A young deer experiences love, loss, and all of the ups and downs of life growing up in the forest.

"Bambi" was based on the book "Bambi: A Life In The Woods," written by Felix Salten. This book was banned in Nazi Germany because they believed it could be interpreted to represent the plight of the German Jewish population.

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The daughter of a Native American chief falls in love with an English explorer.

This 1995 film was controversial but successful. Mel Gibson played the role of John Smith and, unlike many other Disney voiceover actors, he sang his own songs in the film.

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A cruel judge unsuccessfully tries to keep a deformed orphan locked in a cathedral.

This is one of Disney's darkest animated films, as it handles themes like lust, damnation and murder. Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" has a cameo in it. She can be seen wandering the streets reading while Quasimodo sings "Out There."

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A mother and daughter switch bodies and learn to see things from each other's point of view.

Originally released in 1976 starring Barbara Harris and Jodie Foster, this film based on a novel has been remade twice. The most recent remake was the 2003 film starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan.

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A street rat tries to win the heart of a princess using a wish-granting genie.

This 1992 film is a millennial childhood classic. Scott Weigner, the voice of Aladdin, is better known as DJ's boyfriend Steve on "Full House."

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A couple tries to protect their dalmatian puppies from a crazy woman who wants to skin them to make coats.

"One Hundred and One Dalmatians" is one of Disney's best-loved, yet least musical films. It has only three songs.

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Two long-lost identical twin sisters conspire to reunite their divorced parents.

This 1961 film is based on the novel "Lottie and Lisa" by Erich Kästner. It was remade in 1998 starring Lindsay Lohan as both twins, in her film debut.

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A kooky inventor accidentally shrinks his neighbor's children.

This classic 1989 kids film was created by Stuart Gordon, the filmmaker behind the '80s horror classic "Re-Animator." After he became a father, he wanted to make something that was still out there, but was a little more kid-friendly and cooked up this gem.

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This Disney masterpiece features short animated vignettes set to classical music.

Released in 1940, "Fantasia" was initially a theatrical flop. Today it is considered one of the most important works of animation of all time.

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An aristocratic family of cats is kidnapped by their cruel butler and has to find their way home.

This 1970 animated classic was originally supposed to be a two-part live-action series. Walt Disney changed his mind, after deciding it would work better with animation.

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In this slightly psychedelic take on a classic myth, a scrawny young boy becomes king of the Britons with the help of a sage wizard.

This 1963 film makes the Arthurian legend colorfully charming. It was unique for having only one director and writer, in a time when most animated movies had multiple directors and were hammered out on storyboards.

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A tiny detective tries to stop the diabolical plans of an evil rat mastermind.

In this take on Sherlock Holmes, almost all of the characters are played by animals. In it, the mouse version of Holmes lives right below his human counterpart, who is voiced by Basil Rathbone, who played Holmes to perfection starting in the 30s.

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A beautiful young woman falls in love with and marries an eligible prince despite the plotting of her cruel stepmother.

This 1950 film is not only a childhood classic. It is widely considered to be one of the best animated films ever made.

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A newborn princess is taken into hiding by three fairies after being cursed by a malevolent sorceress.

This 1959 classic is a truly beautifully drawn film. Its gorgeous score is actually borrowed mostly from the Tchaikovsky ballet of the same name.

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A clever fox rebels against the cowardly lion king who is overtaxing the poor in his hometown.

In this 1973 Disney classic, all of the characters from the English folk tale are played by animals. Robin Hood is voiced by Brian Bedford, who was a well-known Shakespearian actor.

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A young girl takes her injured father's place in the army during a draft to protect him.

This Disney classic tells the story of Mulan, a misfit young Chinese girl who becomes a war hero after taking her father's place in the army. The film took 5 years and a staff of over 700 people to complete.

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A shipwrecked family makes a new home on an island.

This 1960 adventure film was a commercial success. It was the highest-grossing film of the year, beating out the Hitchcock classic "Psycho."

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A virgin teenage boy accidentally resurrects three quirky evil witches.

This 1993 cult film is a favorite around Halloween and often aired on TV in the fall. "Hocus Pocus" producer Davi Kirschner initially came up with the film's story as a bedtime story for his children.

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A professor and his assistant take on a massive sea monster.

This 1954 science-fiction film was adapted from the Jules Verne novel. It's considered to be an early influence on the steampunk genre.

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A loyal stray dog defends the family that adopts him in Texas after the Civil War.

This 1957 drama has one of the most famous tragic endings in film history. It's become a pop-cultural staple and is even referenced in an episode of "Friends."

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A pig herder must stop an evil king from using a magic object to summon an undead army.

This underappreciated 1985 film is one of Disney's darker films. It was the first Disney film to make use of computer animation.

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A forgetful scientist develops a mischievous flying rubber substance with a mind of its own.

This 1997 film stars Robin Williams. It got terrible reviews but did well at the box office.

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Two kid witches fight tooth and nail to return to their home planet.

This 1975 live-action film features a pair of siblings with paranormal powers escaping the clutches of a greedy multi-millionaire who wants to use their powers to get even richer. It spawned an entire film franchise.

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