How Well Do You Remember These Disney Movies?

By: Beth Hendricks
Image: Walt Disney Animation Studios

About This Quiz

Few things are as magical as a Disney movie. Turn on a favorite, and kids and adults alike will find themselves transported to Sleeping Beauty's fairytale kingdom, dreaming of slipping on the shoe Cinderella lost or barreling headlong into adventure with the gang from "Toy Story."

The Walt Disney World brand has hundreds of movies to its name, from early works like "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to more recent ones such as "Moana." And they've had a long time to refine their craft. Roughly 80 years have passed since Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy and Dopey graced the Carthay Circle Theatre in its theater debut. Some old classics even find favor with new audiences, with remakes of fan favorites like "Mary Poppins" and Winnie the Pooh's "Christopher Robin."

With "101 Dalmatians," a "Beauty" and her "Beast" and an entire "Jungle Book" to keep up with, how could you ever remember all of them?

And that brings us to your task today. Is your memory "Incredible" or are you "Frozen" in fear? Can you drum up the strength of "Hercules" and power through? Are you "Brave" enough to accept the challenge? Read through the clues and take a glance at the photos offered here. We're sure you're no "Dumbo!"

First released in 1992, the classic "Aladdin" tells the story of a street-wise young man who finds a magic lamp and unleashes a genie who is obligated to grant his wishes. Aladdin falls for Princess Jasmine, and the two of them take a magic carpet ride together.

With three movies in this franchise and a fourth on the way, viewers can follow the adventures of Woody and Buzz as they interact with a gang of their toy buddies including Slinky Dog and Mr. Potato Head.

"The Lion King" follows the plot of one brother's murder of another in attempt to gain access to the throne. The son escapes, but later returns to reclaim his homeland from his wicked uncle.

Belle is a bookish young girl when she agrees to take her father's place in the Beast's magical castle. Once there, the two fall in love, causing the Beast's spell to be broken, revealing a handsome prince.

Mr. Incredible and his wife, Elastigirl, are forced to hide their superhero ways in this tale. The adventure-seeking Incredibles get more than they bargained for when Mr. Incredible takes on an island-living robot.

Head-strong teenagers, am I right? Moana's mission, though, is one with purpose — to battle through an ocean journey and save her island village. She learns a thing or two about herself along the way.

Cinderella lost the glass slipper given to her by her Fairy Godmother, but it all worked out for the best when Prince Charming tracked her down — much to her stepmother and stepsisters' chagrin.

"Frozen" and its memorable "Let It Go" song took the world by storm when they were released in 2013. In this tale, Anna and her mountaineer friend team up to find Anna's sister, Elsa, and save their land.

The title character of "Mary Poppins" called the word "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," a word to use when you have nothing else you can say. It comes from a popular song sung during the movie.

The timeless tale, "The Jungle Book," traces the life of Mowgli, who was abandoned and subsequently raised by animals. The movie is based on the book of the same name authored by Rudyard Kipling.

The mermaid Ariel makes a dangerous deal with villain Ursula, exchanging her voice for a chance to become human, in this Disney tale first released in 1989. Other popular characters in this movie include a rambunctious crab named Sebastian and Flounder.

Released in 2007, "Ratatouille's" title is a play on both a classic French recipe and the main character, Remy's species (a rat!). Remy has big dreams of being a chef, but as a rat, finds it a challenge to be accepted.

When Mulan's father is summoned to military service, Mulan disguises herself as him to take his place, knowing he would never survive the rigors of war. In the process, she becomes a true hero.

Perhaps the most lovable, yet curmudgeonly character Disney has ever created, Carl Fredricksen dreams of flying away from everywhere with the aid of his beloved balloons. Only after he's gone does he realize he has a stowaway aboard.

Disney's "Hercules," released in 1997, follows Hercules from his half-god, half-human childhood to coming into his own as a rightful god atop Mount Olympus. Hercules learning how to use the powers he's always possessed is a central theme of the tale.

Nemo's journey as a small fish in a big pond is at the heart of "Finding Nemo." He survives encounters with sharks and jellyfish, and a particularly perilous stay in a dentist's fish tank to reunite with his dad in the end.

"Tangled" is Rapunzel for a new generation. The story of Rapunzel is about a girl kept isolated in a tower, ultimately using her long hair to escape and taste freedom.

Monsters Inc. features top scarer James P. Sullivan and his sidekick, Mike Wazowski, trying to care for a little girl, Boo, while also doing their jobs. Monsters Inc., the name of the movie, is also the company where Sully and Mike work.

"Cars," released in 2006, introduced the world to Lightning McQueen, a bright red race car who just lost a big race. The story follows his detour and journey through a small country town.

"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" introduced us to some interesting characters including the Mad Hatter, Tweedledee and Tweedledum and the Cheshire Cat, remembered for his devilish grin.

"Wreck-It Ralph" has had it with always coming out on the losing end with his nemesis and resident nice guy, Felix Fix-It. To prove he can be a hero, too, he embarks on a journey that turns him into a real hero.

Merida is a fiery redhead in "Brave," released in 2012. Causing a spell to be placed on her mother, the two must join forces to reverse it, which requires Merida' skill as an archer.

A good dose of patriotism will find you in this movie, a real-life depiction of the 1980 U.S. men's hockey team. We won't spoil the ending for you if you haven't seen it, but get your tissues ready.

The first animated Disney movie made, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," tells the story of a young maiden hiding out in the woods with seven dwarfs, in an attempt to escape her evil stepmother.

Sleeping Beauty's spell can only be broken by the kiss of her one true love. This was the handiwork of villainous Maleficent, inflicted on Princess Aurora when she was just a baby.

Pongo and Perdita find themselves the parents of the cutest little litter of pups in this movie, which doesn't go unnoticed by Cruella De Vil, who can only see the pups' coat as a striking fur coat.

In "The Aristocats," a wealthy woman leaves her inheritance to her feline friend. The woman's butler tries to right this "injustice" by drugging the cat to make off with the inheritance for himself.

Once a puppet, Pinocchio turns into a real boy in this Disney classic, much to the joy of woodcarver Geppetto. Pinocchio has to grow up quickly, however, and is easily duped by a villain who takes advantage of his innocent nature.

Dumbo is a circus elephant whose large ears are the target of mistreatment and jokes made by others. Dumbo has the last laugh, however, when he learns to use his ears to help him fly.

Typically, a robber of any type wouldn't be a character to applaud, but Robin Hood is different. He uses his savvy and a band of friends to outwit the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and his tax against the poor.

Peter Pan is the boy who refuses to grow up, has a sidekick named Tinkerbell and lives in a magical place called Neverland. He takes Wendy and her brothers on an adventure that includes dastardly Captain Hook.

When Lady and Tramp cross paths in the street, there could not be two more different dogs. But, a series of challenges – and their mutual love of Italian food – pair them together.

Bambi grows and learns in this movie set in the woods, which introduces friends Thumper and Flower. But it's the tragic scene with Bambi's mother that sticks with most viewers of this classic.

Lilo is the lonely young lady in this movie, who finds a new sidekick in Stitch. Lilo believes Stitch to be a puppy, but in fact, he is a visitor from outer space. "Lilo & Stitch" was released in 2002.

When you're trying to escape an evil foster family, what better help could you get than that of a magical dragon named Elliott? This movie dates back to its first release in 1977 but has been remade since.

"The Sword in the Stone" gives us Disney's animated take on King Arthur's childhood. In this movie, the boy Arthur learns life lessons on his way to becoming great nobility. This movie dates back to 1963.

When you put "flying" and "rubber" together, you get "Flubber" according to absent-minded Professor Brainard, played in the Disney version by Robin Williams. While initially wreaking havoc, the flying rubber substance saves the day.

"Zootopia" is its own "animal kingdom," where all types of species live side by side. A new police officer in town, Judy (the bunny), goes to great lengths to prove herself in her new community.

A cross-country move is particularly difficult, and it's no different for our main character, Riley. As she navigates a new community, she comes face to face with Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness, all living inside her head.

Maleficent's claim to fame is the curse she inflicted on Princess Aurora when she was still an infant. Years later, the curse proves true, but Maleficent may not be as "bad" as originally thought.

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