Check Off All the Classic Disney Movies You've Seen and We'll Guess How Old You Are

By: Kennita Leon

Check Off All the Classic Disney Movies You've Seen and We'll Guess How Old You Are
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About This Quiz

Disney films have become irreplaceable classics that have captivated audiences for decades. The  very first Disney movie was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs  released in 1937 and the first live-action film came 13 years later in 1950 with Treasure Island. The animated films have become beloved classics that continue to capture the hearts of millions years after they first came out. 

Early films like Pinocchio, Peter Pan, and Bambi  introduced characters that became pop culture icons while films like Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, and The Little Mermaid  introduced Disney's famous princesses. 

We want to test how far back your memory goes when it comes to the classics. If you can tick off the ones you've seen, we'll be able to  roughly guess how old you are, or at least how far back your knowledge of Disney films go. 

While now many of these classics are being reimagined with CGI there is no replacement for the original films. So let's see just how many of this famous films you not only watched but connected with. 

If you're ready to go, we definitely are. Let's get this Disney classics quiz started!

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves Have you ever seen "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs?"
Nope, sorry
Once or twice
A few times
Many, many times

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Pinocchio What about "Pinocchio?"
Who?
I think so
I have
A very long time ago, yes

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Dumbo Do you remember seeing "Dumbo?"
Do you mean "Dumb and Dumber?"
I don't remember
The flying elephant, right?
Yes, I have

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Bambi What did you think about "Bambi?"
I don't know what that is
I never finished it
It was too depressing
It had a beautiful ending

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Cinderella When was "Cinderella" first released?
2017. of course
Which version are you referring to?
A long time ago
In the 50s

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Alice in Wonderland Did you like "Alice in Wonderland?"
Yes! Johnny Depp was wonderful.
I prefer the live-action version.
It was okay.
It was quite a hoot.

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Peter Pan When was the first time you saw "Peter Pan"?
In the 2010s
In the '90s
In the '70s
In the late '50s

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Lady and the Tramp What was the best part of "Lady and the Tramp"?
Don't know, don't care
When the two lovers met
When they had the pups
The meatball scene

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Sleeping Beauty Were you a fan of "Sleeping Beauty"?
You mean "Maleficent," right?
The original was a bit lackluster.
I liked the reboot much better.
I liked it, at the time

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101 Dalmatians How many of the dogs from "101 Dalmatians" can you name?
I'll have to wait until the movie comes out in the next few years.
Maybe two
About five
Probably seven or eight

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Jungle Book Who was your favorite animal in "The Jungle Book?"
Tarzan?
Mowgli (not an animal though)
Baloo
Bagheera

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What kind of animal was Robin Hood in the Disney classic?
Human...duh
Dog
Wolf
Fox

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Screen Shot 2019-07-18 at 4.01.01 PM How many stars did you give "The Sword in the Stone"?
Zero, cause I haven't seen it.
Two
Three
Four

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Aristocrats male What was the name of the male cat who saved the Aristocats?
Tom
Toulouse
Berlioz
Thomas

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Winnie the Pooh How old were you when "Winnie the Pooh" was released?
It just came out this year. Is this a trick question?
I wasn't born yet
My parents were probably dating
I'd just left my teen years

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Mary Poppins How did you feel about "Mary Poppins"?
I'll tell you when I see it.
It was okay.
It was quite the movie.
It fooled me into thinking magic was real.

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The Little Mermaid How much did you want to be a mermaid when you saw "The Little Mermaid"?
I didn't see it.
Not at all
A little bit
I pretended I had a mermaid tail whenever I was in water.

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Rescuers Down Under How many mice were there on the poster of "The Rescuers Down Under"?
Who cares?
Four
Three
Two

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Pocahontas Which "Pocahontas" song was your jam?
When I hear one, I'll get back to you.
"Just Around the Riverbend"
"Steady as the Beating Drum"
"Colors of the Wind"

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Hocus Pocus Did "Hocus Pocus" do it for you?
Isn't that a spell?
It was quite funny.
I really liked it.
It's one of my favorites.

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Beauty and the Beast How much did you love "Beauty and the Beast"?
Hermione was fantastic/
I loved both versions/
It was okay/
It wasn't my cup of tea/

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Genie from Aladdin Wasn't Genie the best movie friend ever?
Who?
He has a great sense of humor.
He was pretty awesome.
He was THE best.

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Lion King Who was your favorite lion from "The Lion King"?
The one whose dad died.
Nala
Mufasa
Sarabi

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Gargoyles from Hunchback of Notre Dame Which gargoyle from "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" made you laugh the hardest?
Ummmm, next question
Victor
Hugo
Laverne

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Hercules- Hydra Which monster that Hercules defeated were you most impressed with?
Hades
The Hydra
The lion
The boar

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Mulan Which character in "Mulan" did you absolutely love?
What was her dad's name again?
Mushu
Li Shang
Mulan

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Disney Movie Intro What was the last Disney movie you saw before the turn of the millennium?
Another trick question, right?
"Hercules"
"Mulan"
"Tarzan"

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Moana Who's your favorite classic princess?
Moana
Ariel
Jasmine
Cinderella

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Prince Eric Who is your favorite Disney male lead?
Kristoff
Simba
Aladdin
Eric

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Enchanted Which non-animated classic do you love to this day?
"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End"
"Enchanted"
"Hocus Pocus"
"Mary Poppins"

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