Identify these love interests and hope for a happy ending to this quiz!
When it comes to both film and television, you would be hard pressed to find a media company that can rival the iconic status of Disney. This is evidenced by the fact that they are responsible for introducing some of the most influential and memorable characters. From their mascot (and "king" of Disney) Mickey Mouse to their eclectic assortment of princesses and heroes, Disney's characters are unforgettable!
However, Disney's success isn't just a product of their iconic characters, it is also a direct result of their incredible storytelling. It is no secret that Disney loves to tell stories that focus on relationships; from intense rivalries to enduring friendships and, most importantly, passionate romances.
Some of the most iconic and powerful romantic stories that have ever graced the screen have come directly from Disney. Aladdin and Jasmine, Mickey and Minnie, and the list could go on forever. In this quiz, we're going to put your knowledge of Disney romances to the ultimate test! Are you ready to see if you can identify all of these Disney love interests? Then turn on some romantic Disney tunes and let's get started!
Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are the Walt Disney Company’s original power couple. In fact, they have been together for almost 100 years!
In the computer-animated superhero film "The Incredibles" (and its sequel), Mr. Incredible is married to Elastigirl. Both of them, and all of their children, have superpowers that often get in the way of them having a “normal” life.
In the computer-animated film series Toy Story, Woody’s love interest is Bo Peep. While she was present in both "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2," she was only featured in a flashback in "Toy Story 3." However, it has been revealed that her relationship with Woody will play a major role in "Toy Story 4."
In the animated epic musical film "The Lion King," Simba’s love interest is Nala. She is the childhood best friend of Simba that ultimately becomes his wife by the end of "The Lion King."
In "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," Snow White’s love interest is The Prince. While officially his name has never been confirmed (only being referred to as “The Prince”), many fans still believe that The Prince's name is Ferdinand.
In the animated musical fantasy film "Hercules," Meg is the love interest of the titular character. Her full name is Megara, a name that she shares with the mythological character that she is based on.
In the animated feature film "Beauty and the Beast," Belle’s love interest is Adam. He is transformed into a hideous beast as punishment for his cold-hearted and selfish ways.
In the computer-animated film "Cars," Lightning McQueen’s love interest is Sally Carrera. Sally is actually based on a 2002 996-series Porsche 911 Carrera.
In the animated musical fantasy film "Frozen," Anna’s love interest is Kristoff. He is a solitary iceman that helps Princess Anna find her older sister Elsa in the North Mountain.
In the animated musical comedy-adventure film "Robin Hood," the titular character is involved with Maid Marian. In the film, the characters are anthropomorphic animals, with Robin Hood and Maid Marian both being foxes.
In "The Nightmare Before Christmas," Jack Skellington’s love interest is Sally. In the film, Sally is a rag doll that escapes from her creator Dr. Finklestein.
In the animated musical fantasy film "Cinderella," the titular character is pursued by Prince Charming. The Prince's name is never revealed in the film - the name “Prince Charming” is only used in promotional materials.
In "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," Jessica Rabbit is the love interest of Roger Rabbit. Jessica is one of the most well-known sex symbols in animation.
In "The Princess and the Frog," Tiana’s love interest is Naveen. Tiana is a hardworking waitress who dreams of opening her own restaurant, and Naveen is a prince who has been turned into a frog by an evil witch doctor.
In "Lady and the Tramp," Lady is an American Cocker Spaniel and Tramp is a mongrel. They are perhaps most fondly remembered for their iconic Bella Notte spaghetti scene.
In the animated epic musical film, "The Lion King," Mufasa’s love interest is Sarabi. She her son fight against Scar and his hyenas to avenge her deceased husband. Sarabi becomes the queen dowager when Simba and Nala become king and queen, respectively.
In the animated feature film "Sleeping Beauty," Aurora’s love interest is Prince Phillip. He is Aurora’s true love, who manages to break the spell on her with a kiss.
In the animated adventure film "Up," Carl Fredricksen is the love interest of Ellie Fredricksen. In the film, Carl sets out to fulfill his dream to see the wilds of South America and complete a promise made to his late wife.
In "The Emperor's New Groove," Pacha’s love interest is Chicha. She is depicted as a wise and loving mother who is pregnant at the start of the film.
In "One Hundred and One Dalmatians," Pongo is the love interest of Peridita. They are the two central Dalmatians that serve as the parents (biological and adopted) to the 99 Dalmatian puppies.
In the animated feature film "Tangled," Rapunzel’s love interest is Eugene. In the film it is revealed that he took the alias “Flynn Rider,” since it better suited his status as a swashbuckler and adventurer.
In the animated feature film "Mulan," the titular character’s love interest is Li Shang. He is a Chinese army captain that trains the new recruits, which is how he met the then-disguised Mulan.
In the animated feature film "Tarzan," the titular character’s love interest is Jane. She is an artistic animal researcher and the daughter of the esteemed Professor Archimedes Q. Porter.
In the computer-animated film series "Toy Story," Jessie the Cowgirl is the love interest of Buzz Lightyear. She is depicted as being very excitable, athletic, brave and notably afraid of the dark.
In the feature film "Peter Pan," the titular character is the love interest of Wendy. Peter travels from the enchanted isle of Neverland all the way to London just to hear Wendy Darling spin tales about him and his adventures.
In "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," Esmeralda’s love interest is Captain Phoebus. Captain Phoebus is a soldier who strongly opposes his superiors’ methods when it comes to dealing with the Romani people like Esmeralda.
In “An Extremely Goofy Movie,” Goofy’s love interest is Sylvia Marpole. She is a quiet but fun-loving librarian who eventually becomes Goofy’s girlfriend.
In the animated TV series that bears her name, Kim Possible’s love interest is Ron Stoppable. While they originally started out as best friends, eventually their strong bond blossomed into a romantic relationship.
In the animated musical fantasy film "Aladdin," Jasmine is the love interest of the titular character. Aladdin is a poor but kind-hearted Agrabah thief, while Jasmine is the headstrong princess of Agrabah.
In the animated adventure fantasy film "The Black Cauldron," Taran’s love interest is Princess Eilonwy. They are both major characters in "The Chronicles of Prydain" book series by Lloyd Alexander, upon which the film was loosely based.
In the feature film "One Hundred and One Dalmatians," Anita is married to Roger Radcliffe. Anita and Roger are the owners of the adult Dalmatians, Perdita and Pongo.
In the computer-animated film "Ratatouille," Colette is the love interest of Linguini. While Linguini is depicted as initially being unsure and clumsy, Colette contrasts this by being assertive and sometimes brusque.
In the computer-animated science-fiction film "WALL-E," the titular character’s love interest is Eve. Their relationship is notable for having minimal dialogue, instead relying heavily on body language and robotic sounds.
In the animated musical fantasy film "The Little Mermaid," Ariel’s love interest is Eric. Eric is a human prince who is rescued by Ariel when he almost drowns in a storm at sea.
In the film "Treasure Planet," Dr. Delbert Doppler is the love interest of Captain Amelia. Both characters are depicted as anthropomorphic dogs.
In the computer-animated comedy film "Wreck-It Ralph," Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun is the love interest of Fix-It Felix Jr. Calhoun is the lead character of Hero's Duty, a first-person shooter game, while Fix-It Felix Jr. is the hero of the video game that shares his name.
In the animated feature film "Atlantis: The Lost Empire," Kida Nedakh is the love interest of Milo Thatch. She is a member of the royal family of Atlantis, serving first as princess and later as queen.
In the animated film that shares his name, Bambi’s love interest is Faline. Faline is a female deer that initially is one of his childhood friends and subsequently becomes his mate as they grow older.
In the animated sitcom "The Proud Family," Oscar Proud is married to Dr. Trudy Proud. This husband and wife duo contrast with each other - Oscar is hyperactive, immature and well-meaning, while Trudy is level-headed, logical and bossy.
After Mickey and Minnie, Donald Duck and Daisy Duck are probably the most iconic Disney couple. While she is Donald’s girlfriend, she is often depicted as being more sophisticated than him.