How Well Do You Remember Disney's Minor Characters?

By: Annette

How Well Do You Remember Disney's Minor Characters?
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About This Quiz

Disney, one of the world's most wildly successful entertainment franchises, has created some of the most memorable characters of all time.

While we may never know their secret, we do know their characters like they're our real life friends. We even bring them into our homes and declare them part of our personality! It doesn't matter if you have an Elsa poster, a Moana doll, the key to Davy Jones' chest or some Mickey Mouse ears; the point is that you know the main characters better than you know practically any other cultural phenomenon. 

But we aren't focusing on them today. Today, we want to discuss the other, smaller roles that make the big ones so great. Do you think you could you answer a question about Hei Hei (Moana's chicken) if we gave you one? Could you tell us the name of Mufasa's advisor and closest friend? And could you tell us the name of the gorgeous gypsy that Quasimodo fell for in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame?"

While it's great to know the names of the characters that really shine in the movie, you can't call yourself a true Disney fan if you don't know the names of the minor characters, as well. So let's find out if you deserve that title or not!

Cruella DeVille Silhouette Who was the villain in "101 Dalmatians?"
Maleficent
Evil Lady
Two Face
Cruella De Vil
She had black and white hair. That's the evilest hair style there is, especially when you kidnap a bunch of puppies to use their fur for a coat. Betty Lou Gerson did the original voice of the evil heiress in 1961.

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Robinhood and Maid Marian What animal was Maid Marian in "Robin Hood?"
A bear
A horse
A fox
Not only was she a fox, but she was a red fox, to be specific. Maid Marian was voiced by Monica Evans in her last ever film role.
A cheetah

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Daisy, Donald, and Goofy What's the name of Donald Duck's girlfriend?
Patty
Brittany
Daisy
Daisy Duck is Donald's beloved girlfriend. She was created in 1940 for the short, "Mr. Duck Steps Out," and then became a semi-regular fixture in the Disney canon.
Beatrice

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Baloo and Mowgli What's the name of the sweet bear in "The Jungle Book?"
Growler
Hudson
Baloo
Remember Baloo? He was a sloth bear and Mowgli's teacher. His most famous song in the 1967 Disney film is "The Bare Necessities." The story was originally by Rudyard Kipling.
Herbert

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Merida What's the name of the red-headed heroine in "Brave?"
Merida
Merida had some serious red hair, and she wielded a bow and arrow! Yet, even though she is a main Disney character, she's not talked about as much as other leading Disney ladies.
Marianne
Olivia
Paloma

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Ariel & Eric Who is the prince in "The Little Mermaid?"
Prince John
Prince Paul
Prince Hakim
Prince Eric
Prince Eric is supposed to be 18-years-old in the 1989 film. Fun fact: He doesn't ever sing in the movie!

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Gus Gus and Jaq Who were Cinderella's two mice friends?
Pierre and Michele
Gus and Jaq
Jaq's full name is actually Jacques, and Gus's name is Octavius. Cinderella rescues them, and they help her out in return.
Paw Paw and Po Po
Dumber and Dumber

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Chip and Dale Which two characters share the name "Chip?"
A teacup and a chipmunk
Chip is the beloved teacup from "Beauty and the Beast," and Chip is the chipmunk partner to Dale.
A fox and a lamp post
A badger and a horse
A dog and a mouse

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Christopher Robin & Winnie the Pooh Who is Winnie the Pooh's human friend?
Robert Falcon
Kristopher Hawk
Christopher Robin
Christopher Robin is actually based on "Winnie the Pooh" writer, A.A. Milne's, son. His name? Christopher Robin Milne. He grew up to become a bookseller.
Frasier Crane

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Flounder & Ariel What was the name of Ariel's beloved companion in "The Little Mermaid?"
Nemo
Flounder
Remember cute little Flounder? What a sweetheart! Flounder is not actually a flounder though, but rather a tropical fish of undisclosed species.
Puffer
Goldie

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Zazu Who was the bird in "The Lion King?"
Chirper
Flyer
Zazu
Zazu, one of Mustafa's evil helpers, was a red-billed hornbill. Rowan Atkinson, known for his role as "Mr. Bean," voiced the character.
Tazo

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Nala and Simba Who does Simba fall in love with in "The Lion King?"
Kiara
Sarabi
Nala
Nala eventually becomes the Queen of the Pride Lands when she marries Simba. Four different actresses voiced the character in the original animated film: two speaking actresses and two sing actresses to portray both young and adult Nala.
Hortensia

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Maleficent What's the name of the evil queen in "Sleeping Beauty?"
Evil Queen
Dangerosa
Vilma
Maleficent
Maleficent, from the Disney movies, was based on the evil fairy godmother in the French version of the classic folktale.

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Genie from Aladdin What is the name of the genie in "Aladdin?"
Jamir
Mustafa
Hakim
Genie
The genie in "Aladdin" is, in fact, named Genie. He is a type of Jinn, which is an Arabian mythical figure. He's also referred to as the "Genie of the Lamp" and "Blue Genie."

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Snow White Evil Queen What was the name of the Evil Queen in "Snow White?"
Esmerelda
Lavinia
Regina
Evil Queen
In the film, she goes by Evil Queen, although she technically has a name: Queen Grimhilde.

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Pocahontas, John Smith, John Rolfe Who was Pocahontas' love interest in the first film?
Bob White
Joe Miller
John Smith
John Smith was her love interest in the original film. In real life and the Disney sequel, Pocahontas marries John Rolfe.
John Rolfe

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Anastasia and Drizella What were the names of the evil stepsisters in "Cinderella?"
Anastasia and Drizella
Anastasia and Drizella were Cinderella's stepsisters. They are the daughters of Cinderella's stepmother, Lady Tremaine.
Natasha and Anna
Rubella and Constantina
Maria and Natalya

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Quasimodo - Hunchback of Notre Dame Who is Quasimodo in love with?
Alessandra
Esmeralda
In "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," Esmeralda is the Romani dancer that Quasimodo falls in love with. Her goat's name is Djali.
Rose
Georgiana

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Meeko Pocohontas What's the name of the beloved raccoon in "Pocahontas?"
Rory
Sandy
Meeko
Remember sweet little Meeko? He really enjoyed eating anything he could get his little paws on.
Mickey

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Scuttle - Little Mermaid What was the name of the beloved seabird in "The Little Mermaid?"
Fluffer
Scuttle
Remember Scuttle? He was the seagull that introduced her to the dinglehopper and the snarfblatt!
Dirty Bird
Pigeon

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Jiminy Cricket What's the name of Pinocchio's favorite cricket?
Jiminy
Jiminy Cricket, of course! Who can forget him? The name is a play on the actual oath and exclamation, "Jiminy Cricket," which was used to keep people from saying "Jesus Christ" while swearing.
Robert
Sherman
Sammy

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Pegasus - Hercules What is the name of the flying horse in "Hercules?"
Olympian
Sergius
Pegasus
Pegasus is the name of the flying horse. That's also the name of a constellation.
Rodolpho

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Mufasa and Scar Who is the king of the lions at the beginning of "The Lion King?"
Mufasa
Mufasa is Simba's father and is killed by Scar early in "The Lion King." When Mufasa dies, Simba must muster his courage to be the new king.
Scar
Simba
Kovu

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Wendy and John What were the names of the Darling brothers in "Peter Pan?"
Paul and Robert
Michael and John
Michael, John and their sister, Wendy, are transported to Never Land by Peter Pan. Michael is about four years old, John is about eight years old and Wendy is almost thirteen years old.
Robert and Matthew
Matthew and Paul

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Geppetto Who was the woodcarver in "Pinocchio?"
Ralph
Hans
Mariano
Geppetto
Geppetto is essentially Pinocchio's father. Geppetto carved Pinocchio out of wood into a puppet, but it's the blue fairy that actually brings him to life.

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Kanga - Winnie the Pooh Who are the kangaroos in "Winnie the Pooh?"
Bouncer and Bobo
Regina and Spencer
Kanga and Roo
Kanga and Roo are the lovable kangaroos! Kanga is Roo's mother. Roo is a joey, and based on an actual stuffed animal that belonged to Christopher Robin Milne.
Spritely and Swift

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Lumiere - Beauty and the Beast What's the name of the candlestick in "Beauty and the Beast?"
Firefly
Burnout
Lumiere
Lumiere is the talking candlestick. He wanted Belle to be his guest! Before that, when he was human, he was the Beast's valet.
Flame-thrower

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Tinkerbell with Friends Which of these is not one of Tinkerbell's fairies?
Silvermist
Fawn
Bubbles
Tinkerbell has seven fairy friends: Silvermist, Fawn, Periwinkle, Iridessa, Rosetta, Vidia and Zarina.
Periwinkle

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Sleeping Beauty Fairies Which of these is not a female protagonist in "Sleeping Beauty?"
Flora
Fauna
Botanica
Do you remember them in red, green and blue? They are Aurora's fairy godmothers, and Merryweather is the one who keeps her from dying on her sixteenth birthday.
Merryweather

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Gaston and LeFou Who is Gaston's sidekick in "Beauty and the Beast?"
LeFou
LeFou is Gaston's loyal sidekick, despite the fact that he's not treated very well by Gaston.
Pierre
LePew
La Bon

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Blue Fairy - Pinocchio What was the name of Pinocchio's benevolent fairy?
Constance
Esmerelda
Blue Fairy
She was called the Blue Fairy because she was modeled after the fairy in the original story: The Fairy with Turquoise Hair.
Fairy Godmother

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Pocahontas and Powhatan What was the name of the chief in "Pocahontas?"
Chief Large Feather
Chief Awatonga
Chief Powhatan
Chief Powhatan loved his daughter, but he was insistent she should marry Kocoum. The historically accurate Chief Powhatan's name is Wahunsenacawh.
Chief Soaring Eagle

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Robinhood Snake Who was the evil snake in "Robin Hood?"
Slither
Sir Hiss
Sir Hiss was the adviser and assistant to Sir John. He was voiced by Terry-Thomas.
The Long One
Serpento

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Pongo - 101 Dalmations What's the name of the protagonist in "101 Dalmatians?"
Pongo
Pongo was the lovable dalmatian in the movie and Roger's pet. Perdita was his female companion. Together, they had 15 puppies.
Lucky
Lassie
Spot

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