"Now I'm in a whole new world with you!" Disney films often transport us to a different time or place. Whether we're watching an old classic or a newer picture, the films always leave us with a feeling of love and a sense of adventure. While many of the films are high comedy, who can forget about the love connections. These films are all about the characters falling in love, and there are some power couples in their midst. Do you think you can pair the Disney characters to their love interests?
Walt Disney Pictures might be one of the most prolific film companies of all times. Since the 1930s, Disney has been creating films with memorable characters and unforgettable story lines. With the release of their first film, we were introduced to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937. The film would be followed by early classics of Pinocchio, Bambi and Cinderella. While many of these movies were set up to have an underlying lesson, most simply featured a love blossoming between the characters. Aurora and Sleeping Beauty would remain asleep forever waiting on their princes. Cinderella would've been dancing alone at the ball without hers. How many Disney characters can you match to their love interest? There's only one way to find out! Put on those mouse ears and let's go!
"Mulan" is the 1998 Disney film about a young girl, Mulan, who replaces her father in the Chinese army. She falls in love with her captain, Li Shang. The two characters' singing voices are voiced by Lea Salonga and Donny Osmond.
"Aladdin" is the 1992 Disney film about a young thief who falls in love with a princess.The film includes the iconic voice over of Robin Williams as Genie.
"Bambi" is the 1942 animated movie about a young deer named Bambi who is meant to be the prince of the forest. He falls in love with his childhood friend, Faline.
Eleanor and Carl Fredricksen are the couple in the 2009 Disney/Pixar film "Up." The film follows Carl and a young boy named Russell as they attempt to fly to South America in Carl's house.
"101 Dalmatians" is the 1961 Disney film that follows a man who owns 101 dalmatian dogs. Two of the main dogs in the film are Pongo and Perdita, a dalmatian couple with 15 pups.
Disney finally brought Rapunzel to life with the 2010 animated film "Tangled." It follows the princess as she is finally able to leave her tower. Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi voice Rapunzel and Flynn Rider, respectively.
Flower and Bluebelle are a couple featured in the 1942 film, "Bambi." Flower is one of Bambi's friends and is voiced by Sterling Holloway.
"Lady and the Tramp" is the 19th animated Disney film that follows two dogs aptly named Lady and Tramp. The film is very popular for the scene where the two dogs share a plate of spaghetti and meatballs.
Quasimodo, Esmeralda, and Captain Phoebus are all characters in the 1996 Disney film, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." The film follows Quasimodo, a hunchbacked bell ringer who wants to be accepted for the way he looks.
"Beauty and the Beast" is the 1991 film about a young girl who is imprisoned in the castle of a young prince who is transformed into a beast. The animated film was made into a live-action film that was released in 2017.
Jack Skellington and Sally are two characters from the 1993 film "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas." Walt Disney Pictures released the film through Touchstone Pictures with the impression that the film would be too dark to match the theme of previous films.
"The Little Mermaid" is the 1989 Disney film about a young mermaid who wants to become a human. When she goes on land, she meets Prince Eric.
Buzz Lightyear and Jessie are two characters from the Disney film "Toy Story." The film follows a young boy, Andy, and his toys that come to life when he's not there. The film series continued with two sequels.
"Monsters, Inc." is the 2001 Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar film about two monsters who are trying to return a small girl back home. Celia is Mike's girlfriend who works at Monsters, Inc with him.
"Frozen" is the popular 2013 Disney film about an Ice Princess, Elsa, and her younger sister, Anna. While Anna is originally attracted to Hans, she falls in love with Kristoff, an iceman. The film would go on to become the highest-grossing animated film of all time.
"Robin Hood" is the 1973 animated Disney film that follows Robin Hood and his neighbors as they go against their unjust king.
Possibly the most popular Disney princess, "Cinderella" was one of the first Disney films released in 1950. It follows a young girl who sneaks out to a ball and meets a prince. Her evil stepmom won't stop until she ruins Cinderella's life and fun.
Duchess and O'Malley are two characters in the 1970 Disney film, "The Aristocats." It follows a group of cats that are trying to return home after being kidnapped by their mistress's butler.
"The Lion King" is the popular 1994 Disney film about a young lion who loses his way after the death of his father. He soon regains his confidence to become "The Lion King" and his childhood friend, Nala, will be his queen.
"Pocahontas" is the 1995 film about a young Native American princess who is faced with a few struggles when the English settlers arrive at Jamestown. While the film paints a love story between Pocahontas and John Smith, the real life character goes on to marry John Rolfe.
"Bambi" is the 1942 film about a young deer who is meant to be the Great Prince of the forest. After his mother is killed by a hunter, Bambi flees but eventually returns to claim his title as Great Prince of the forest with Faline by his side.
"Wall-E" is the 2008 Walt Disney/Pixar film about a robot tasked with picking up garbage on Earth. He soon encounters EVE, a robot who is tasked with looking for vegetation.
Woody is a central character in the 1995 Disney film "Toy Story" and his love interest is Bo Peep. The film follows a young boy, Andy, and his toys that comes to life when he's not there. The film series continued with two sequels.
Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are two of the oldest Disney characters ever created. Mickey Mouse has almost become synonymous with the Disney World and is often symbolized by mouse ears.
"A Bug's Life" is the 1998 Disney/Pixar film about an ant, Flik, who tries to save his colony from a group of grasshoppers. Throughout his mission, Flik has his eye on Princess Atta, the older sister to one of his friends.
"The Black Cauldron" is the 1985 Disney film about a king who is trying to secure the black cauldron so he can take over the world. Taran, Eilowny, and their group of friends comes together to stop him.
"Hercules" is the 1997 animated Disney film that follows Greek mythology and the life of Hercules, son of Zeus. Hercules falls in love with Meg, a woman aligned with Hades who soon joins Hercules' side against him.
At the beginning of "The Lion King," Mufasa and Sarabi are the current king and queen. The film follows their son, Simba, as he loses and regains his confidence and will replace his father as "The Lion King."
"Tarzan" is the 1999 Disney film about a young baby who is raised by gorillas after his parents are murdered by a tiger. When settlers come ashore, Tarzan meets the daughter of a science professor, Jane, and the two fall in love.
Ralph and Calhoun are two characters from the 2012 Disney film, "Wreck-It Ralph." It follows a video game villain who no longer wants to have that role in games. He meets Calhoun, a sergeant from another game, and the two fall in love.
"Sleeping Beauty" is the 1959 Disney film about a young girl who is cursed by an evil witch and is forced into a deep sleep until her true love kisses her. Prince Phillip, her betrothed, kisses her and wakes her up.
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was the first Disney film ever released. The film follows Snow White who is poisoned with an apple and she must wait for a kiss from her true love. The Prince in Snow White is never named.
Alongside Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald and Daisy Duck are two of Disney's oldest characters.
Tiana and Naveen are two characters from the 2009 Disney film "The Princess and the Frog." It follows a young, headstrong girl who after kissing a frog prince becomes a frog herself. She then travels in search of a way to turn herself back.
Kronk is a character from the 2000 film "Emperor's New Groove." He receives his own spin-off, "Kronk's New Groove" where he meets his wife, Ms. Birdwell.