Can You Name These Disney Movies If We Give You Three Random Characters?

By: Lauren Lubas

Can You Name These Disney Movies If We Give You Three Random Characters?
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About This Quiz

Do you think you have what it takes to identify 40 Disney films if we give you three random characters? We're talking any three characters, from the girls who swoon over Gaston to Mrs. Potts. We aren't holding anything back in this one, and we want to see if you can guess which movie we're talking about with just a few simple character names. We've selected 40 Disney movies, from their biggest hits to their biggest flops. Armed with the names of three random characters, your job is to figure out which Disney film we're talking about. 

If you consider yourself the ultimate Disney fan, this is the quiz for you. If you've seen every Disney film from "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" (1971) to "Monster Trucks" (2016), you might have a fighting chance at getting a perfect score on this quiz. However, if you find yourself stuck on a particularly difficult set of characters, don't worry. We'll give you some hints along the way. Let's see just how big of a Disney fan you really are. Do you think you can guess more than 30 of these Disney movies if we give you three random characters? Take this quiz to find out.

Violet, Dash and Frozone This movie includes the characters Violet, Dash and Frozone. Can you name it?
"The Incredibles"
Who doesn't want to see an entire family with super powers saving the world and dealing with the politics of being super? "The Incredibles" (2004) gave us just that and so much more with these great characters.
"Mirage"
"Aladdin"
"Finding Dory"

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Ellie, Carl and Russell Ellie, Carl and Russell are all characters in this Disney film. What is it?
"Up"
If you think that a cartoon can't make you cry, you are beyond wrong. In less than 90 seconds, Disney gives us a love story between two people and we weep at the end. Did we mention it's the first 90 seconds of the film?
"Down"
"Inside Out"
Finding Nemo"

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Mr. Ray, Gurgle and Hank Mr. Ray, Gurgle and Hank are all characters in this movie. What is it?
"Linkers"
"Inside Out"
"Finding Dory"
For anyone who loved "Finding Nemo" (2003), Disney elongated the franchise by making the most likely character to get lost ... well, get lost. Dory tries to find her parents, and it doesn't take her long to lose her way. Bring the tissues, please.
"Mary Poppins"

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General Li, Yao and Grandmother Fa Can you name this Disney movie with the characters General Li, Yao and Grandmother Fa?
"Pocahontas"
"Mulan"
In the late 1990s, Disney realized it was time to pull away from the damsel in distress routine and show some real girl power. That's why they gave us "Mulan" in 1998. She's tough and ready to fight, despite gender stereotypes.
"The Emperor's New Groove"
"Finding Nemo"

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Judy, Flash and Bellwether Can you name this Disney movie that includes the characters Judy, Flash and Bellwether?
"The Incredibles"
"Zootopia"
"Zootopia" (2016) was a huge spotlight on prejudice, inequality and law enforcement. The main character refuses to believe that everyone lives up to their stereotypes eventually, and it takes her a while to prove it.
"Toy Story 2"
"Cars 3"

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Iago, Jafar and Rajah In which movie would you find Iago, Jafar and Rajah?
"Toy Story"
"Aladdin"
A genie in a magic lamp helps Aladdin win the girl ... of course, that genie can't make anyone fall in love. "Aladdin" (1992) had excellent music, wonderful characters and a memorable sidekick.
"The Lion King"
"Coco"

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Zazu, Rafiki and Ed Zazu, Rafiki and Ed are all characters in this '90s Disney movie. What is it?
"Aladdin"
"Toy Story"
"Dumbo"
"The Lion King"
"The Lion King" (1994) gave us everything Disney always promised: parent death, anthropomorphic animals and some incredible songs. No wonder it was the highest-grossing animated feature of its time.

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Phil, Megara and Hades You will find Phil, Megara and Hades in this Disney film. Can you name it?
"The Rise of Scar"
"Megules"
"Fairy Land"
"Hercules"
In 1997, people were starting to get a little sick of the "Disnification" of classic stories, and "Hercules" basically did them in. After this portrayal of the Greek story, Disney started making more original content.

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Hei Hei, Tomatoa and Chief Tui Do you know which movie includes the characters Hei Hei, Tomatoa and Chief Tui?
"The Incredibles"
"Coco"
"Moana"
"Moana" (2016) dips deep into the culture of Pacific Islanders. A spunky young girl realizes the only way to save her island is to leave it. This proves difficult as she can't sail, and sailing beyond the reef is off-limits.
"Sleeping Beauty"

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Claude Frollo, Phoebus and Clopin Trouillefou Claude Frollo, Phoebus and Clopin Trouillefou are all characters in which Disney film?
"Beauty and the Beast"
"Aladdin"
"The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
Of all of the Disney movies out there, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1996) was probably one of the most serious. We learn about abandoning children,murder and gypsies all in one. It was definitely a wake-up call to children.
"Dumbo"

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Jaq, Gus and Lucifer This movie has characters named Jaq, Gus and Lucifer. Can you name it?
"Cinderella"
When it comes to getting your Prince Charming by accident, Cinderella pretty much has it down. She doesn't necessarily want to be a princess, but she fits the bill perfectly and gets exactly what the villains in the story want: a room in the castle.
"Sleeping Beauty"
"The Aristocats"
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"

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Woody, Buzz and Bo Woody, Buzz and Bo were all characters in which of these Disney movies?
"Toy Story"
"Toy Story" (1995) was so far ahead of its time that people love to watch it even now. The plot as well as the characters are memorable. So much so that a fourth installment was released in 2019.
"The Lion King"
"The Incredibles"
"Coco"

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Kaa, King Louis and Shere Khan Kaa, King Louis and Shere Khan are all in what Disney film?
"The Jungle Book"
"The Jungle Book" (1967) was a Disney classic that spawned several remakes and even showed us that bears could be our best friends. It scared some people, of course, and ruined snakes forever for others.
"Finding Nemo"
"The Lion King"
"Dumbo"

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Meredith, Hallie and Elizabeth You will find Meredith, Hallie and Elizabeth in this movie. What is it?
"Christopher Robin"
"The Jungle Book"
"Cinderella"
"The Parent Trap"
What would you do if you found out that you had a twin and your parents separated you at birth? These days, kids would probably sue their parents for mental anguish, but in "The Parent Trap" (1998), they just switched spots.

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Flounder, Scuttle and Sebastian Can you identify the Disney movie that includes the characters Flounder, Scuttle and Sebastian?
"The Lion King"
"Peter Pan"
"Cars"
"The Little Mermaid"
This may be the number one Disney movie when it comes to songs. "The Little Mermaid" (1989) gave us the story of a young teenage girl who wanted more, and she sang about it until she couldn't sing anymore.

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Miss Price, Charlie and Mrs. Hobday In which Disney classic will you find the characters Miss Price, Charlie and Mrs. Hobday?
"101 Dalmations"
"The Aristocats"
"The Lion King"
"Bedknobs and Broomsticks"
"Bedknobs and Broomsticks" (1971) shows us that it's totally cool to be a witch, as long as you use your powers for good. What better probationary witch to have than Angela Lansbury who plays Miss Price?

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Celia, Boo and Henry j. Waternoose III In this movie, you will find Celia, Boo and Henry J. Waternoose III. What movie is it?
"Toy Story"
"Shrek"
"Mikey"
"Monsters, Inc."
Those monsters that live under your bed and in your closet all come from somewhere ... and that is a land where they use the fear of little children to run their power plants. It's a pretty genius story.

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LeFou, Cogsworth and Chip Where would you find LeFou, Cogsworth and Chip?
"Aladdin"
"The Little Mermaid"
"Peter Pan"
"Beauty and the Beast"
"Beauty and the Beast first debuted in 1991. However, a live-action film was released in 2017. The love story that you get with this is pretty standard for Disney, but it does show how fear can control people.

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Bert, Winifred and Admiral Boom Where would you find Bert, Winifred and Admiral Boom?
"Finding Nemo"
"Finding Dory"
"Mary Poppins"
Disney was always pushing the boundaries of what people could do on the big screen (not in the sense of content, but in the sense of special effects). He was great at adding cartoons to live-action, and loved to make movie magic. "Mary Poppins" (1964) gave us that movie magic.
"Bedknobs and Broomsticks"

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Flora, Fauna and Merryweather The fairies in this movie are known as Flora, Fauna and Merryweather. Do you know what movie it is?
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
"Sleeping Beauty"
In the spirit of old school Disney, Sleeping Beauty is a girl who is in danger pretty much every second of every day. Luckily, she has her keepers, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather to take care of her until she meets her prince.
"Peter Pan"
"Bedknobs and Broomsticks"

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A mean queen, a white rabbit and a smoking cat The Queen of Hearts, White Rabbit and Cheshire Cat all interact with the main character in which movie?
"Aladdin"
"Alice in Wonderland"
"Alice in Wonderland" has always been a story for those who love fantasy. It reminds us that our imaginations can bring us to wonderful places that are both whimsical and scary at the same time.
"Dumbo"
"Cinderella"

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Penny, Mittens and Mindy Can you identify the Disney film with the characters Penny, Mittens and Mindy?
"Colt"
"Bolt"
What happens when an action star dog really thinks he's a hero? He becomes a hero. Well, at least that's what we learn from the movie "Bolt" (2008). This film is all about what happens when fiction becomes reality.
"Zootopia"
"Beauty and the Beast"

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Smee, Kaw Chief and Mary Darling In which Disney movie will you find these characters: Smee, Kaw Chief and Mary Darling?
"Peter Pan" (1953)
It's not surprising that adults like to watch "Peter Pan" (1953). The concept of never losing your imagination for the sake of being a grown-up is nothing new and gives us the ability dream of a world without bills.
"The Aristocats"
"101 Dalmations"
"Mystic Pizza"

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Jim Dear, Darling and Jock Jim Dear, Darling and Jock are all characters in this Disney classic. What is it?
"Peter Pan"
"Finding Nemo"
"Lady and the Tramp"
"Lady and the Tramp" (1955) was all about life from a dog's perspective. What happens when you fall in love with someone from the other side of the tracks? You bring him into your home, of course!
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"

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Timothy Q. Mouse, Mr. Stork and Elephan Giddy This film has Timothy Q. Mouse, Mr. Stork and Elephant Giddy. Can you name it?
"Aladdin"
"Jeepers Creepers"
"Monster Mansion"
"Dumbo"
"Dumbo" (1941) was a Disney classic about an elephant who needed some confidence. It was such a memorable movie that Disney even made a live-action version of it for modern audiences.

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Madam Mim, Archimedes and Sir Ector Do you know this Disney movie that includes Madam Mim, Archimedes and Sir Ector?
"Peter Pan"
"The Aristocats"
"The Sword in the Stone"
"The Sword in the Stone" (1963) was an excellent movie if you didn't mind Disney's artistic license. It was the story about how King Arthur actually got his start. It was a fun movie (as all Disney movies are), but it did deny some factual items.
"101 Dalmations"

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Elinor, Fergus, Dingwall In this movie, there is a queen named Elinor, a king named Fergus and a lord named Dingwall. What is it?
"Brave"
If you're looking for a Disney princess with some realistic hair, you will find it in the movie "Brave" (2012). This film is all about what happens when you are sick of gender stereotypes and you just want to be yourself.
"Mother Bear"
"Spirit"
"Toy Story"

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Thumper, Flower and Faline In which movie would you find Thumper, Flower and Faline?
"The Jungle Book"
"Cars"
"Bambi"
It's one of the only movies where the entire human race is the villain. Well, more specifically, hunters are the villains. They burn down Bambi's home and kill off his mother in a very emotional scene. It was pretty intense for 1942.
"Monsters, Inc."

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Krebbs, Faloo and Miss Bianca This film includes the characters Krebbs, Faloo and Miss Bianca. Do you know it?
"The Rescuers Down Under"
If you loved "The Rescuers" (1977), you forced your children to watch "The Rescuers Down Under" (1990). This movie was all about anthropomorphic animals on the adventure of a lifetime.
"The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh"
"Oliver & Company"
"Monsters, Inc."

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Pleakley, Captain Gantu and Jumba In this film, Pleakley, Captain Gantu and Jumba are all aliens. Can you name the movie?
"Tinker Bell"
"101 Dalmations"
"Lilo & Stitch"
If you are way into Disney for their parent deaths, "Lilo & Stitch" will give you the truth about what happens when an older sibling has to take care of a younger sibling. It's not all fun and games, but family is everything.
"Monsters, Inc."

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Nick, Russ and Jenny Nick, Russ and Jenny are all children in which 1989 film?
"Honey, I Shrunk the Kids"
While this film did result in some not-so-awesome sequels, "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" (1989) was a pretty awesome movie. It's about a scientist who just can't catch a break and accidentally puts his children in life-threatening danger.
"The Little Mermaid"
"Dunston Checks In"
"Batman"

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Perdita, Lucky and Towser Which Disney movie has dogs named Perdita, Lucky and Towser?
"Lady and the Tramp"
"The Fox and the Hound"
"Oliver & Company"
"101 Dalmatians"
Seeing the world through your dog's eyes is a great way to explore your imagination. "101 Dalmatians" (1961) gave us a clear view as to how a dog sees his human and how it can get bored if its human is bored.

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Dr. Facilier, Charlotte LaBouf and Eudora Can you remember which movie has these characters: Dr. Facilier, Charlotte LaBouf and Eudora?
"The Parent Trap"
"The Princess and the Frog"
In 2009, Disney finally gave us what we were looking for: an African American Disney Princess. Princess Tiana had her own love story, a strong work ethic, a beautiful dress and a lot of magic surrounding her.
"The Little Mermaid"
"Anastasia"

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Christopher, Madeline and Pooh Christopher, Madeline and Pooh are all in which movie from the "Winnie the Pooh" franchise?
"They're After You Pooh"
"Rabbit's Bad Day"
"Christopher Robin"
If you grew up watching any "Winnie the Pooh" film, you are probably in love with the movie "Christopher Robin" (2018). It's all about what happens when you grow up, but your childhood fantasy friends are still alive and kicking (and missing you).
"The Eeyore Movie"

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Duchess, Uncle Waldo and Abigail Gabble Do you know which Disney movie has the characters Duchess, Uncle Waldo and Abigail Gabble?
"The Fox and the Hound"
"101 Dalmations"
"Oliver & Company"
"The Aristocats"
"The Aristocats" (1970) is a movie about a rich person who leaves her fortune to her cats. This obviously leads to the cats getting kidnapped and lost, and they even meet an alley cat to help them along their way.

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Doc Hudson, Chick Hicks and Sully This movie has characters like Doc Hudson, Chick Hicks and Sulley. What movie is it?
"Cars"
"Cars" was a great movie about what happens when our cars have personalities and get things done without humans. It's actually a pretty frightening premise when you think about it, but children love it, so who are we to complain?
"Planes"
"Monsters, Inc"
"The Princess and the Frog"

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Figaro, J Worthington Foulfellow and Mangiafuoco In which Disney movie will you see Figaro, J Worthington Foulfellow and Mangiafuoco?
"Peter Pan"
"Pinocchio"
Whenever this little puppet lies, his nose grows. Since its release in 1940, "Pinocchio" has made the nose-growing-when-you-lie thing commonplace, and all children are afraid to lie for fear their nose will knock things down because of it.
"The Aristocats"
"Finding Nemo"

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Flynn, Rapunzel and Gothel You can find Flynn, Rapunzel and Gothel in which Disney film?
"Rapunzel"
"Shrek"
"Toy Story"
"Tangled"
"Tangled" (2010) wasn't necessarily an instant hit, but it does have quite the following. Of course, there is nothing more annoying to a brunette than the concept of having hair lose its magic when it is no longer blonde.

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Patty, Ma and Dusty Can you name the Disney movie that includes Patty, Ma and Dusty?
"It's All About Us"
"That Darn Cat"
The 1990s gave us an onslaught of Disney films that starred animals because kids love animals and CGI was decent enough to make it look like the animal was really doing things. That's how we got "That Darn Cat" (1997).
"Freaky Friday"
"The Parent Trap"

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Mr. Chilton, Mrs. Snow and Mr. Pendleton Do you remember the Disney classic that had characters like Mr. Chilton, Mrs. Snow and Mr. Pendleton?
"Billy Madison"
"That Darn Cat"
"Pollyanna"
Of course, Disney wouldn't have a complete collection unless they included at least one movie about an orphan. "Pollyanna" (1960) helped them with this. It's a family film about having a positive attitude no matter what.
"Dunston Checks In"

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