So you call yourself a Disney fan, huh? Well it's time to put that claim to the test! Whether it's animated or live action, whether there's a princess or a herd of animals, we want to know just how many Disney films you can name from single frame. Think you're up for the challenge?
From the days of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to the highly anticipated premiere of "Toy Story 4," the Walt Disney Company has produced dozens of films, including 57 animated feature films. What's more, each film has introduced us to a new soundtrack of incredible music. Did you know that Walt Disney Productions won the Academy Awards for Best Original Score and and Best Original Score five times in six years? From "The Little Mermaid" to "The Lion King" and "Pocahontas," fans across the globe recall these tracks with ease and sing on demand.
So if the the words "let it go" immediately prompt you to belt out like Elsa, well, we think you might just have what it takes to ace this quiz.
As you make your way through this quiz, be sure to keep in mind what Walt Disney once reminded us: "It was all started by a mouse."
"Aladdin" was Disney's 31st animated film, released after "Beauty and the Beast" and before "The Lion King." It was the highest-grossing film of 1992 and won two Academy Awards for Best Original Score and Best Original Song.
Walt Disney released its original rendition of "Cinderella" in 1950, but in 2015, a live-action version was released. Starring Lily James as Cinderella and Cate Blanchett as her evil stepmother, the film took more than four years to produce.
"Frozen" was released in 2013 and is best known for its hit track "Let It Go." Grossing more than $1.2 billion at the box office worldwide, the highly anticipated "Frozen 2" is due to hit theaters by the end of 2019.
Adults may remember her as Dr. Deb Chen on the TV show "ER," but kids around the world know actress Ming-Na Wen as the voice of Fa Mulan. Did you know that Disney is planning a live-action release of "Mulan" in March of 2020?
Based on the French fairy tale known as "La Belle et la Bêtes," "Beauty and the Beast" was directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise and released on November 22, 1991. Made on just a $25 million budget, it grossed more than $425 million at the box office.
in the early 1960s, Walt Disney collaborated with Bill Walsh and DaGradi, who wrote the screenplay for "Mary Poppins." The film was based on the series of eight children's books written by Australian-British writer P. L. Travers.
"Tangled" premiered on November 24, 2010 and earned $591 million in box-office sales worldwide. The voice of Rapunzel was performed by singer-songwriter and actress Mandy Moore, who currently stars as Rebecca Pearson in NBC's hit drama series "This Is Us."
Not only was James Earl Jones' voice heard throughout "The Lion King," but other notable cast members included Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Matthew Broderick and Whoopi Goldberg. Did you know that "The Lion King" is the highest-grossing animated film of all time, earning $968 million at the box office?
While Alexander Gould starred as the voice of Nemo, Ellen DeGeneres voiced the ever-forgetful Dory. This wasn't Ellen's first experience in voice acting; she previously starred as Dr. Dolittle's Prologue Dog in 1998.
Directed by Pete Docter, "Monsters, Inc." stars John Goodman as Sulley and Billy Crystal as Mike. The pair sang "If I Didn't Have You" during the end credits, which won the 2001 Academy Award for Best Original Song.
First a children's book, then an animated film, John Hughes and Ricardo Mestres turned "101 Dalmatians" into live action in 1996. Although critics did not initially love the remake, audiences were quick to welcome the sequel "102 Dalmatians" in 2000.
Made on a budget of just $92 million (low, for a Disney flick!), "The Incredibles" took home more than $633 million at the box office in 2004. Starring the voices of Craig Nelson, Holly Hunter and Samuel L. Jackson, the cast came together 14 years later for the production of "Incredibles 2" in 2018.
Following the success of "Toy Story," Disney took inspiration from Aesop's fable "The Ant and the Grasshopper" and began work on "A Bug's Life." It was not long before competitors at DreamWorks Animation accused Disney of using the story line from their production of "Antz."
Performed by Samuel Wright as Sebastian the crab, "Under the Sea" won two major industry awards, including the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1998 and the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media in 1991.
Based on The Brothers Grimm story "Snow White," Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" premiered at the Carthay Circle Theatre in Los Angeles on December 21, 1937. Think you can name all seven dwarfs? We'll get you started with Dopey, Grumpy and Happy ...
Did you know that "Bambi" is ranked number three on the American Film Institute's top animated films list? It sits just below "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" at number one and "Pinocchio" at number two.
What was once a box-office flop is now revered as one of Disney's greatest animated films of all time. While "Alice in Wonderland" brought in a mere $5.6 million in 1951, Tim Burton's live-action remake generated more than $1 billion in 2010!
Raise your hand if you knew that Sleeping Beauty's real name was Princess Aurora! Her voice was performed by actress and opera singer Mary Costa, while her love Prince Phillip was that of Bill Shirley. Shirley is also known for lending his singing voice to "My Fair Lady" in 1964.
Based on the book "Dumbo" by Helen Aberson and Harold Pearl, Walt Disney produced Dumbo in 1941, marking its fourth animated feature film. Did you know "Dumbo" is the shortest Disney film at just 64 minutes long? A live-action version was released on March 29, 2019.
Released on February 7, 1940, "Pinocchio" was not well received by critics at first. However, Disney decided to reissue the film in 1945, and its second time was the charm. The film brought in more than $80 million and won the Academy Award's Best Original Song for "When You Wish Upon A Star."
At just 12 years old, actress Daveigh Chase got her breakthrough role as Lilo Pelekai in "Lilo & Stitch." Chris Sanders not only directed and wrote the screenplay for the film, but he also performed the voice of Stitch.
Pocahontas, daughter of Chief Powhatan, is not the only Native American character Irene Bedard has portrayed in film. She's also known for her role as Suzy Song in Smoke Signals." Though Bedard was the voice of "Pocahontas," Judy Kuhn performed her singing voice.
Based on the Greek and Roman mythological creature Heracles, Hercules was Disney's 35th animated film. It was directed by Ron Clements and John Musker, and although it was not as big a hit as "Aladdin" and "The Lion King," it earned more than $250 million at the box office.
In 1995, Walt Disney Pictures, in partnership with Pixar Animation Studios, released the first of what would become an entire franchise of "Toy Story" success. Featuring the voices of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, "Toy Story 4" is expected to arrive in theaters on June 20, 2019.
"Remember the Titans" is based on the real-life story of Coach Herman Boone. Despite the odds and extreme racial challenges, Boone was responsible for integrating the football team of T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia. He led them to a 13-0 season that year in 1971.
Did you know that actor Bobby Driscoll not only provided the voice of Peter Pan, but he also served as the animation model for the character? If you take a close look, you can see his likeness in Peter Pan's face. Driscoll died of substance abuse at the young age of 31 in 1968.
Produced by Bill Anderson, Basil Keys and Walt Disney, "Swiss Family Robinson" is based on the same titled novel by Johann David Wyss. Starring John Mills and Dorothy McGuire, the film earned $40 million at the box office and was ranked the 15th most popular movie in 1960.
Actor Tony Goldwyn, best known for portraying Carl Bruner in "Ghost," served as the voice of Tarzan in 1999. Jane, his love interest, was voiced by Minnie Driver, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as Skylar in "Good Will Hunting."
Directed by David Swift and produced by Walt Disney, "Pollyanna" was based on the children's book "Pollyanna" by Eleanor H. Porter. While the book was written in 1913, the film was released in 1960 and appealed mostly to young girls and their mothers.
Walt Disney produced an animated version of "The Jungle Book" in 1967. Though it earned $378 million at the box office, the 2016 live-action adaptation starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson brought in close to $1 billion.
John C. Reilly is known not just for his on-screen acting but his voice performances as well. Fans love him on screen in "Step Brothers," "Walk Hard" and "Chicago," as well as his voice as "Wreck-It Ralph" and the sheep in Disney's "Sing."
Known also for his work on "Monster's, Inc." and "Inside Out," Pete Docter wrote, directed and even starred in "Up." Did you know that this is Pixar's first film to be presented in Disney Digital 3-D? It also became Disney's second film to receive the Academy Award nomination for Best Picture.
"Fantasia" was produced by Walt Disney and Ben Sharpsteen in 1940. Did you know that the sequel, "Fantasia 2000," was produced by Roy E. Disney? Roy is the nephew of the late Walt Disney and last member of the Disney family to be actively involved in the production company.
Loosely based on the real-life story of the first Jamaican bobsled team, actors Leon Robinson, Doug E. Doug, Rawle Lewis and Malik Yoba star alongside John Candy, who portrays their coach Irv Blitzer. The film premiered in 1993 and ran just 98 minutes long.
Written and directed by Brad Bird, "Ratatouille" was Pixar's eight film produced in collaboration with Walt Disney Pictures. Bird is also known for his work on "The Iron Giant," "The Incredibles," "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" and "Tomorrowland."
Based on "The Aristocats" book, written by Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe, "The Aristocrats" film was just 78 minutes long but proved a great success at the box office. It earned more than $190 million following production on a $4 million budget.
Paul Newman was the voice of Doc Hudson in Disney-Pixar's "Cars." This was his final performance before his death in 2008 at the age of 83. The film was the Golden Globe award winner for Best Animated Feature Film in 2006.
Directed by Nancy Meyers in 1998, "The Parent Trap" stars Dennis Quaid, Natasha Richardson and Lindsay Lohan. Did you know that this film is a remake of a 1961 film by the same title? Walt Disney was the production company of both adaptations.
Based on the old English legend of Robin Hood, Disney's "Robin Hood" of 1973 was directed and produced by Wolfgang Reitherman. Its famous songs "Oo-De-Lally" and "Love" are included on the CD collection titled "Classic Disney: 60 Years of Musical Magic."
Bringing in more than $530 million at the box office worldwide, "WALL-E" won a number of major industry awards in 2008, including the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature and the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. It's widely considered the best film of that year.