Trivia & Facts

45 Disney Movie Trivia Questions and Answers (2021 Update)

Disney Movie Fairies Flora and Fauna

B. Beauty and the Beast

C. Dumbo

29. What Was the Wizards Name in the “Sword and the Stone”?

A. Yen Sid

B. Dumbledore

C. Merlin

30. What is the Name of the Tiger in “The Jungle Book”?

A. Baloo

B. Shere Khan

C. Kaa

31. In “Sword and the Stone” What is the Greatest Force on Earth?

A. Love

B. Magic

C. Fear

32. When Will Mary Poppins Leave the Bank’s House?

A. When She feels Like it

B. When the Wind Changes

C. When her work is done

33. What Animal Does Jafar Change Himself Into When He’s Fighting Aladdin?

A. An Elephant

B. A Bird

C. A Cobra

34. How Many Eggs Does Gaston Eat for Breakfast?

A. 2 Dozen

B. 3 Dozen

C. 5 Dozen

35. What Disney Character was Originally Going to Be the Sorcerer’s Apprentice in “Fantasia”?

A. Dopey

B. Jafar

C. Minnie Mouse

Classic Disney Movie Trivia Answers

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Printable Movie Trivia Quiz for Seniors

Answers to Questions 1-10

1.) Believe it or not, Mickey Mouse was not Walt Disney’s first creation. It was Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Mickey didn’t make his first appearance until much, much later.

2.) Aurora is credited for being the Disney princess with the least amount of lines. She only had 18 throughout the entire movie because she spent most of it asleep.

3.) King Triton had 7 daughters in all, counting the rambunctious Ariel that we all know and love.

4.) Captain Hook was called that for a reason. He did indeed have one and it was located on his left hand.

5.) Despite how iconic Mickey Mouse is, he was not Walt’s favorite character. Turns out Walt was more of a cat person because his favorite was actually Geppetto’s pet cat Figaro from “Pinocchio”.

6.) The Darling’s pet dog was named Nana and she lived up to her name. She acted as a babysitter of sorts to those kids. Good doggo.

7.) Disney has the habit of throwing in little easter eggs throughout their movies. In “Hunchback of Notre-Dame” you can see carpet from “Aladdin and Belle all within the same frame.

8.) If you look at the clocktower when the ball starts in Cinderella, you’ll notice that it’s 8 o’clock. Sort of impressive that she made the prince fall in so in love with her in only four hours.

9.) Disney’s first-ever animated film was “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves”.

10.) The name of Cinderella’s evil stepsisters was Anastasia and Drizella. Pretty names for girls who were so evil and nasty.

Answers to Questions 11-18

11.) You would think that Aladdin would steal money so he could buy food but instead, he decides to go straight for the food. He steals a loaf of bread and later gives it to hungry children. What a nice guy.

12.) You could argue that Sleepy was indeed lazy but that’s a discussion for another time. Lazy wasn’t the name of one of seven dwarves. The names of all of them were Sleepy, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Sneezy, Bashful, and Happy.

13.) While Carol and Olivia are perfectly nice names, Ursula didn’t use them for her fake name. She used Vanessa.

14.) Little John has been Robin Hood’s faithful sidekick in every retelling of the classic tale. In the Disney version, he took the form of a bear.

15.) The Cheshire Cat sang the poem “The Jabberwocky” by Lewis Carroll. Lewis was also the author of the books that this classic Disney movie was based on.

16.) It’s a common misconception that Perdita gave birth to 101 dalmatian puppies. That would be a strain on any animal, Disney movie or no. Perdita gave birth to 15 adorable puppies and the rest came from to the family later.

17.) Pegasus was Hercules’s faithful winged horse that Zeus made for his newborn son out of clouds. They were separated the night that they met when Herc is kidnapped and they are later reunited when Herc is a teenager. He remains his best friend through the rest of the film.

18.) Things may have gone better if Big Mama was Copper’s owner. After all, she did such a good job being a mother owl to Todd.

Alas, Copper’s owner was the hunter Amos Slade. Even the name sounds menacing!

Answers to Questions 19-26

19.) Nala and Simba were reprimanded throughout their childhood by both Mufasa and Simba’s mother Sarabi. Things may have been a little interesting if he was raised by Shinzi and the other hyenas but we think Sarabi makes the better mom.

20.) Fantasia is a stunning movie from the visuals to the music. The music made the audio a little too complex for theaters at the time though. Only 14 theaters could show it because they were the only ones equipped with a sound system that could handle it.

21.) Maleficent’s pet crow’s name was Diablo. A little more dark and mysterious sounding than Chester.

22.) Nobody could ever do the voice of Genie quite like Robin Williams did. His performance in “Aladdin” is iconic. That’s why he was the first actor nominated for a Golden Globe for voicing a Disney character.

23.) The sidekick’s name in Pocahontas was Meeko. You can argue that Percy counts as a sidekick but he started out as the pampered pooch for the bad guy. That would be like saying Iago was the sidekick for “Aladdin” when it’s clearly Abu.

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