Can You Name the Disney Live-Action Movie From a Screenshot?

By: Lauren Lubas
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Can You Name the Disney Live-Action Movie From a Screenshot?
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About This Quiz

You know you love Disney, but there's more to Disney than fantastic, state-of-the-art, mind-blowing animation. Disney also has an impressive library of live-action films that have blown us away (as well as a few that have blown up in their faces). With the release of "Treasure Island" in 1950, The Disney corporation brought about live-action films that mirrored the success of their feature-length animations. However, some of them flopped, and flopped hard. If you don't remember titles such as "Rob Roy: The Highland Rogue" or "The Littlest Outlaw," don't feel bad; not everything this company touched back then turned to gold. But whether they're flops or blockbusters, Disney certainly makes a ton of money on these live-action films, and you may even come to realize that you're a fan of more than just the princess stories. 

If you think you're a Disney mega-fan, it's time to test your skills. While you may be able to identify a few of Disney's live-action greats, we bet that we can stump you with some of these images. If you're an ultimate Disney fan, you have to try this quiz to see just how many of these live-action movies you can identify from a screenshot. 

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Can you name this Disney family comedy?
Cheetah
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
If you were a '90s kid, you remember "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" as a great adventure story. It reminded us that we didn't have to go far to encounter danger and adventure; our own backyards are full of interesting things.
Shipwrecked
Return to Snowy River

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102 Dalmations Which Disney live-action sequel is this?
102 Dalmations
"102 Dalmatians" (2000) was a response to the unbelievable success of the live-action film "101 Dalmatians" that starred Glenn Close. While Close was nowhere to be seen in the sequel, it was for the best, as the movie was not well-received.
The Princess Diaries 2
Homeward Bound: Lost in San Francisco
Snow Dogs 2

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Beauty and The Beast Do you know which live-action remake this is?
Dumbo
Beauty and the Beast
Emma Watson as Belle was a great choice for the "Beauty and the Beast" live-action remake. Not only did she give an excellent performance, but she also looked the part of the young French girl who was too smart for everyone around her.
The Jungle Book
Cinderella

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Freaky Friday This image shows the remake of which 1976 movie?
Treasure of Matecumbe
Gus
The Shaggy D.A.
Freaky Friday
While there was a remake with Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan, "Freaky Friday" was actually released in 1976, staring Jodie Foster and Barbara Harris. It was the same premise, however. A girl and her mom switch places for a day.

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Hannah Montana Can you name this live-action Disney movie that's based on music?
Hannah Montana: The Movie
"Hannah Montana" was a popular show on the Disney Channel, but the movie didn't make such a great impact. Some critics took issue with the shallowness of the film, saying that the successful TV show's premise didn't translate well to the big screen.
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience
The Muppets
Oz the Great and Powerful

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Holes What is the name of this suspenseful coming-of-age movie?
Holes
"Holes" (2003) starred a young Shia LaBeouf. It was a throwback to the old-school Disney live-action films in which a young person had to overcome an evil adult, and magically became rich at the end.
Tuck Everlasting
The Country Bears
The Haunted Mansion

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Hocus Pocus What is this Disney (oc)cult classic?
Huck Finn
The Three Musketeers
Hocus Pocus
"Hocus Pocus" was not intended to be the classic that it became, but everyone loves those quirky Sanderson sisters... even if they were incredibly scary. This movie has gone down in history as one of the greatest Halloween movies of all time.
White Fang

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The Jungle Book Lately, Disney has been remaking its animated features into live-action films. However, this is not new. Which live-action remake is this?
Cinderella
Dumbo
Beauty and the Beast
The Jungle Book
While "The Jungle Book" (1994) didn't get the greatest reviews, it was an exciting new way to look at the film. The animals that Mowgli (Jason Scott Lee) interacted with were real, which is a rare thing these days.

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Angels in the Outfield In which Disney sports movie do angels help people cheat?
Angels in the Outfield
Yes, in "Angles in the Outfield" the angels help the baseball team cheat. We'll direct your attention to the scene where Christopher Lloyd moves the foul post to ensure a homerun, but hey, the hero won, so that's good.
D2: The Mighty Ducks
White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf
Man of the House

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National Treasure This live-action film made it cool to be a historian. Do you know its name?
National Treasure
There's nothing like watching Nicholas Cage solve mysteries, especially when his historical detective work is coupled with action and humor. "National Treasure" gave way to two well-loved sequels.
Princess Diaries
The Librarian
The Greatest Game Ever Played

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Monkey Kingdom Which Disney nature documentary is this?
Monkey Kingdom
Disney has done quite a few nature documentaries, and all of them include some kind of story line that helps people follow along. "Monkey Kingdom" follows Maya and her son, Kip, through the dangers of living in South Asia.
Oceans
March of the Penguins
Growing Up Wild

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Old Yeller Which extremely sad Disney live-action film is this?
The Light in the Forest
Tonka
Old Yeller
While you may not have been able to spot it from a screen shot, this is one of the saddest movies ever made, based on one of the saddest books ever written. SPOILER ALERT: the dog gets shot at the end.
Third Man on the Mountain

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The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again What quirky comedy/drama from 1979 is this?
The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again
Yes, this was a tough one, but we really want to test your Disney know-how. This 1979 sequel was released on DVD in 2003. It was a great series of films about bandits who were always up to hilarious shenanigans.
Unidentified Flying Oddball
The Black Hole
Holes

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Race to Witch Mountain Can you identify this movie starring Dwayne Johnson?
College Road Trip
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Race to Witch Mountain
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been in a ton of Disney films, even voicing Maui in "Moana." In "Race to Witch Mountain," Johnson plays a cab driver who meets some exceptional young people and has to help them.
The Game Plan

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Maleficent What is this live-action film that focuses on one of Disney's greatest villains?
Ursula
The White Witch
Snow White and the Huntsman
Maleficent
"Maleficent" was the kind of movie that turns around the cliches. While everyone wants the villains to be clear-cut, Maleficent reversed the script and showed the softer side of evil.

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That Darn Cat Disney loves animals, and their live-action films are no different. Which live-action film starring an animal is this?
101 Dalmations
That Darn Cat
While you may have expected "That Darn Cat" to be a 1965 film, the remake in 1997 was a little bit more popular. The movie is basically about a cat who is really naughty and two girls who have to follow it around.
Air Bud
The Shaggy Dog

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Tom and Huck Jonathan Taylor Thomas was a staple in '90s Disney movies. From which JTT movie did we pull this image?
Man of the House
The Santa Clause
Tom and Huck
Jonathan Taylor Thomas was a heartthrob in the 1990s, and it's no secret that that's the reason Disney had him star in so many coming-of-age movies, including "Tom and Huck," which is about Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn having an adventure.
Jungle 2 Jungle

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The BFG Which of these Disney live-action films was directed by Steven Spielberg?
The BFG
The "F" stands for Friendly, in case you were wondering. "The BFG" is an adventure tale about a young girl who meets a giant. While this film didn't get great reviews, it did rake in nearly $185 million at the box office.
Alice Through the Looking Glass
Pete's Dragon
Growing Up Wild

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Babes in Toyland This 1961 film will give you nightmares. What is it?
Babes in Toyland
There's nothing like getting kidnapped by a band of gypsies to get your blood going. Yes, this was a children's film, and yes, it was beyond frightening. It really made you understand that the bad guy always has a mustache.
Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog
Nikki, Wild Dog of the North
The Parent Trap

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Blank Check Some Disney movies have ridiculous plots where children get into odd situations. Can you name this movie where that happens?
Blank Check
"Blank Check" was a movie that showed kids that it's totally cool to lie and cheat to get what you want. Of course, there were consequences, but not nearly as bad as they could have been.
Angels in the Outfield
The Santa Clause
White Fang

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Tron Can you name this Sci-Fi cult classic from 1982?
Tron
No one will ever deny that "Tron" (1982) was ahead of its time in story line, plot points and graphics. This cult classic is about a computer engineer whose boss is stealing from the company. He goes into the digital world and things get really interesting.
Tron Legacy
Flight of the Navigator
The Cat From Outer Space

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Operation Dumbo Drop Which '90s animal movie is this?
A Far Off Place
Operation Dumbo Drop
"Operation Dumbo Drop" (1995) was a movie with a pretty ridiculous premise (but many movies of the '90s were). A team of soldiers had to deliver an elephant to a village in Vietnam via airplane. Obviously, shenanigans abounded.
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
Benji

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The Parent Trap Which Disney live-action Lindsay Lohan movie is this?
Herbie Fully Loaded
The Parent Trap
Lindsay Lohan has had a great career, and she was such a good actor that she brilliantly executed two roles in the 1998 remake of "The Parent Trap." While her contract with Disney ended after "Herbie: Fully Loaded," her role as the twins will live on.
The Greatest Game Ever Played
Sky High

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Christopher Robin This movie brought everyone back to their childhood. What is it?
Christopher Robin
"Christopher Robin" is a tale of a boy who grew up. Not only does he have to come to terms with the fact that his childhood imaginary friends are real, but he also has to help them. It's a fun movie that brings us back to our youths.
Beauty and the Beast
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
Mary Poppins Returns

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The Million Dollar Duck Which "Ducky" movie is this?
The Ugly Duckling
The Mighty Ducks
The Million Dollar Duck
We may be used to geese laying golden eggs, but in this story, it is a simple little laboratory-experiment duck that can give you exactly what you need, whenever you need it. The Million Dollar Duck was released in 1971.
The Biscuit Eater

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A Kid in King Arthur's Court What is the name of this goofy kid's movie?
A Kid in King Arthur's Court
"A Kid in King Arthur's Court" (1995) was a magical movie that brought a boy back in time. It was a terrible plot, but it had its moments. (Of course, the female character suddenly couldn't protect herself, which was a huge cliche back then.)
The Big Green
Tom and Huck
Operation Dumbo Drop

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Popeye Robin Williams starred in many Disney films. Which one is this?
Popeye
No one could have ever imagined that a live-action Popeye movie could be made. I mean, the character is not anatomically correct by any means. However, Disney unsurprisingly found a way to bring Popeye to life.
Flubber
Aladdin
Return to Oz

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Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken Can you name this Disney live-action drama?
Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken
It's not just a song by P!nk. "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken" (1991) is about a young girl who wants to do things that men do. This movie is all about breaking gender stereotypes (as many female-lead movies did in the '90s).
Return to Snowy River
Never Cry Wolf
Newsies

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The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes This one is pretty deep. What movie is this?
King of the Grizzlies
The Boatniks
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
"The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes" was made in 1969 (when computers were actually big enough to require footwear). However, the actual plot of the movie is that a boy has an accident and suddenly has a photographic memory.
Rascal

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The Moon-Spinners Can you name this Disney live-action mystery?
Race to Witch Mountain
The Moon-Spinners
"The Moon-Spinners" (1964) is about a (VERY) young girl who is on vacation on an island. She meets a young man and falls in love, only to find out that he is (or may be) a smuggler of some sort.
Emil and the Detectives
Zorro the Avenger

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George of the Jungle In which Disney live-action movie do we get to see Brenden Fraser in a loin cloth?
Air Bud
Jungle 2 Jungle
George of the Jungle
"George of the Jungle" (1997) was more of a slap-stick comedy than an actual movie with a plot, but it had something for everyone: comedy for the kids and Brendan Fraser for the moms.
The Jungle Book

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Iron Will What is the name of this adventure film?
The Three Musketeers
Iron Will
"Iron Will" (1994) is very much like any other coming-of-age movie from that decade: It's heavy on the drama and possesses an undying need to put the main character (always a teenager) in peril.
White Fang
Cool Runnings

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Miracle Which inspiring "coach" movie is this?
Glory Road
Miracle
They say that miracles happen every day, and when it comes to Kurt Russel coaching an Olympic hockey team, they do. This inspiring movie, which was based on a true story, made people love hockey again.
The Game Plan
McFarland, USA

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Cool Runnings Which Disney sports movie starring John Candy is this?
The Three Musketeers
Iron Will
D2: The Mighty Ducks
Cool Runnings
SPOILER ALERT: There is something so powerful about John Candy training a Jamaican bobsled team for the Olympics. This movie is based on a true story of how a rag-tag team got together and DIDN'T win.

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Heavyweights Can you name this coming-of-age film?
Camp Nowhere
Heavyweights
"Heavyweights" (1995) was a coming-of-age movie that showed people the difference between being yourself and forcing yourself to be something you're not. It was all about children understanding their own identity.
Man of the House
Jungle to Jungle

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At World's End Which Pirates of the Caribbean movie is this?
Dead Man's Chest
The Curse of the Black Pearl
Dead Men Tell No Tales
At World's End
The "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies aren't just entertaining; they're action-packed and filled with humor. Additionally, only Johnny Depp can look good as a black-toothed inebriated pirate.

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The Mighty Ducks Let's warm you up with a few easy ones. Can you name this Disney live-action film starring Emilio Estevez?
The Sandlot
The Mighty Ducks
If you grew up in the 1990s, you knew "The Mighty Ducks" movie word for word. '90s kids got most of their comebacks and insults from this movie, and it made everyone want to play hockey.
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
The London Connection

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The Santa Clause 3 - The Escape Clause Can you name this Santa Clause movie?
The Santa Clause
The Santa Clause 2
The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
"The Santa Clause" movies were excellent family fun around the holidays. The original was definitely the best; however, the sequels gave us the cheesy adorableness that we needed throughout the late '90s and early '00s.
Elf

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Herbie Goes Bananas It's getting a little tougher as we go back in time. Which Herbie movie is this?
Herbie Fully Loaded
Herbie Rides Again
Herbie Goes Bananas
"The Love Bug" made a splash in 1968. With its success came an additional four movies over the next 47 years. "Herbie Goes Bananas" was the last one made before the 2005 attempt to resurrect him.
The Love Bug

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Benji the Hunted Which Benji movie is this?
Benji
For the Love of Benji
Benji the Hunted
Benji was always known as the most courageous dog in the world. He was fearless, but in this movie, a shipwreck separates Benji from his trainer and chaos ensues. So, it's basically like every other Benji movie.
Benji: Off the Leash!

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