It's a "tale as old as time!" In the world of Disney, we're falling in love with love! While we're busy following the storyline or adventure, we can't turn away from the always present love stories. From all the romance blossoming in the animated Disney world, can you match up the Disney couples?
Walt Disney Pictures released their very first film in 1937 with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Snow White would become Disney's first princess and the list would continue from there. It grew to include Cinderella, Belle, Pocahontas, Jasmine, and more. With these leading ladies, who could forget the loves of their lives? What about Eric, Aladdin, and Prince Naveen? You obviously can't forget the classic, Prince Charming.
While everyone loves the Disney princesses, we also have to remember Disney's other characters! What about the OG cast of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck? We can't forget their girlfriends! When it comes to Tarzan, who was he swinging around the jungle with? Quasimoto might not have ended up with Esmeralda, but who did?
If you're a Disney fanatic, these questions should be a breeze for you! Along with that breeze, love is in the air with these Disney couples! Can you match them all up? Is love in the cards for you or will you be left heartbroken? Let's find out!
"The Nightmare Before Christmas" is the Walt Disney Picture film about Jake Skellington and Sally. Based on Tim Burton's characters, the film was originally released in 1993 before its release in 3D in 2006.
Mulan and Li Shang are characters from the 1998 Disney film "Mulan" where the title character heads to war in place of her aging father. Disney's 36th animated film, the movie grossed over $300 million.
"Hercules" is the 1997 Disney animated film about the hero, Hercules. In this film, we watch as he falls in love with Megara, a woman who used to work for Hades. Hercules was voiced by Tate Donovan while Danny DeVito voiced Philoctetes.
"WALL-E" is the 2008 film that Walt Disney did in collaboration with Pixar Animation. The film is about a trash compactor robot who finds love with Eve, a vegetation-locating robot.
The very first animated Disney film ever, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," came out in 1937. It follows the story of Snow White, who after eating a poisoned apple, falls into an endless sleep. She is later awakened by "true loves kiss" when The Prince finds her.
"Sleeping Beauty" is the 1959 Disney film about Princess Aurora. After Maleficient puts a curse on her that causes her and everyone in the palace to fall asleep, she must wait for her love, Prince Phillip, to kiss her.
"The Princess and the Frog" is the 2009 Disney film about Princess Tiana. After kissing a frog, who is actually a prince, she herself turns into a frog and must find a way to turn herself back. The film featured voiceovers from Oprah Winfrey and John Goodman.
"Cinderella" is the 1950 Disney film about a young girl living with her evil step-mother. After secretly attending a ball, she meets Prince Charming, dazzles him, and leaves behind a golden slipper as she leaves. This then leads to him searching the town to find her.
"Aladdin" is the 1992 Disney film about a young boy, living on the street, who discovers a magic lamp. In his ploy of pretending to be wealthy, he meets and falls in love with Princess Jasmine. The film features voiceovers from Scott Weinger as Aladdin and Robin Williams as the Genie.
Disney's "Pocahontas" is the 1995 film that loosely tells the story of Pocahontas and the Jamestown settlement. Although she marries John Rolfe in real life, the film creates a love story for her and Captain John Smith.
"The Little Mermaid" follows the story of Ariel, a mermaid princess who wishes to live as a human. After making a deal with a sea witch, Ursula, she and Prince Eric fall in love with each other.
"Beauty and the Beast" is the 1991 Disney film of a woman forced to live with an arrogant prince who is turned into a beast until he is able to love. The film grossed over $425 million and features the popular theme "Beauty and the Beast" recorded by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson.
"Tangled" follows the story of Rapunzel, a princess trapped at the top of a tower who accepts help from Flynn Rider to help her escape with the use of her long hair. The film grossed over $590 million.
"The Lion King" is the 1994 Disney film about a young lion who after feeling responsible for his father's death, flees. With the help of his childhood friend and future wife, Nala, he is able to reclaim his title as the Lion King. One of Disney's most successful films, the movie grossed over $968 million.
"Lady and the Tramp" is the 1955 film about two dogs, Lady and Tramp, who although on the opposite sides of the wealth spectrum, fall in love with each other.
"Tarzan" is the 1999 Disney film about a young boy who grows up with gorillas after his parents are murdered. After a group of explorers come to the area, Tarzan falls in love with Jane, who helps expose him to what the human world can be like.
"The Incredibles" is the 2004 Disney superhero movie in collaboration with Pixar Animation. Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl are two parents who attempt to raise their children while hiding their abilities.
"101 Dalmatians" is the story about two dogs, Pongo and Perdita, who fall in love with each other and have a huge litter of dalmatians. Cruella de Vil plays the villain who is now obsessed with getting dalmatian fur to turn into a coat. The live-action film starred Glenn Close as de Vil.
There is no stronger couple in the Disney franchise than the original couple, Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
"A Goofy Movie" is the 1995 animated film about Goofy and his son, Max. While trying to deal with is father's antics, Max is also trying to balance his crush on his high school classmate, Roxanne.
"Bambi" is the 1942 film about a young deer, who after the death of his mother, grows up, falls in love with his childhood friend, Faline, and becomes the great prince of the forest. The film grossed over $267 million on a budget of less than $1 million.
"The Aristocats" is the 1970 animated film about an aristocratic cat, Dutchess, who must protect herself and her three kittens after their Madame decides to leave them her fortune in her will. Dutchess meets O'Malley along the way and while attempting to help her and her kittens, they fall in love.
"Monsters, Inc." is the 2001 film that Disney did in collaboration with Pixar Animation. The film follows two monsters, Sully and Mike, who work at a factory that generates their city's power by scaring children. In the film, Mike dates Celia, the Monsters, Inc. receptionist.
"Cars" is another film that Disney did in collaboration with Pixar Animation. Released in 2006, the film follows a car, Lightning McQueen, as he tries to win a racing championship. McQueen and Sally form a relationship in the first film that continues into the sequel.
"The Hunchback of Notre Dame" is the 1996 Disney film about Quasimodo, a bell-ringer who works at Notre Dame cathedral. In the film, he meets and falls in love with Esmeralda, although she falls in love with and marries a soldier, Phoebus.
"The Lion King" is the 1994 Disney film about a young lion who after feeling responsible for his father's death, flees. Mufasa, Simba's father, is the Lion King at the beginning of the film and his wife is Sarabi.
Donald and Daisy Duck are another classic Disney couple, conceived around the same time as Mickey and Minnie.
"Robin Hood" is the 1973 Disney film about Robin Hood and his partner, Little John, as they steal from the rich and spread the wealth among the poor. In the film, Robin Hood falls in love with Maid Marian.
"The Black Cauldron" is the 1985 film about Taran, a pig keeper, and Princess Eilowny, who fall in love as they try to stop a king from taking over the world. The film actually garnered a deficit from its box office earnings and was released on VHS in 1998.
"Toy Story" follows the story of a young boy, Andy, and his toys as they try to reunite with him after his family plans to move. The film is mostly seen from the perspective of toys, Woody and Buzz Lightyear, voiced by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, respectively. In the film, we see Woody and his love interest, Bo Peep.
"Lilo & Stitch" is the 2002 film about a young girl and Stitch, an alien who escapes a lab. Lilo is raised by her older sister, Nani, and in the film, we see Nani's boyfriend, David.
"Wreck-It Ralph" is the 2012 film about a video game villain who wants to be a hero. The two characters, Felix and Calhoun, are characters from separate video games. They fall in love and get married.