Quiz: How Many Disney Characters Can You Name?

Walt Disney cartoons are known for many things: catchy tunes, an aggressive approach to copyright and, of course, memorable characters. Across the past century, the company has given us many enduring pop-culture cartoon icons, but some are more recognizable than others. How many of these animated Disney characters can you name, and will you need to wish upon a star to get all of them right?

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Yes, it's Ariel, princess of the sea and daughter of King Triton. Ariel sold her voice in exchange for a pair of legs, in a movie that would have been a lot shorter if her dad bothered to take an interest in his kids' lives.
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An easy starter: This princess wants to be part of your world.

  • Ariel
  • Ursula
  • Tiana
  • Aurora
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Jake the kangaroo mouse appears in "The Rescuers Down Under," and he is a solid character, but the funniest one in this movie is Joanna the goanna.
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This Australian rodent appears in the second 'Rescuers' movie.

  • Mike
  • Jake
  • Steve
  • Carl
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Merida is by far the coolest Disney Princess. Alas, poor Merida got the short end of the stick when Pixar fired the original director of "Brave," Brenda Chapman, part-way through production. The movie wasn't great, but Merida is just awesome.
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First-born of Clan DunBroch, this princess is unbeatable at archery.

  • Martha
  • Merger
  • Mania
  • Merida
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Flik is the star of perhaps the least well-remembered classic Pixar movie. "A Bug's Life" has hardly inspired the same love as the rest of the studio's early films, but for a hot minute in the '90s every kid had this little ant on their lunchbox.
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When his colony is oppressed, this ant sets off to find help.

  • Flik
  • Twik
  • Kik
  • Trik
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Yup, the correct answer was Bambi. Now go give your loved ones a big hug and tell them how much you love them, while you still have a chance.
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This little deer's mother is totally fine, don't even worry.

  • Thumper
  • Flower
  • Carlos
  • Bambi
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While Kronk is unarguably the breakout star of "The Emperor's New Groove," the titular Cuzco deserves some love too, especially for his amazing choice of Theme Song Guy.
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Do not throw off this emperor's groove.

  • Yzma
  • Cuzco
  • Kronk
  • Pacha
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Who names a cat Lucifer? Either someone with only a passing familiarity with the Bible, or someone who really hates mice. After a lifetime of hunting mice, Lucifer meets a sticky end in a classic overly harsh Disney villain punishment.
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The Tremaine family's loyal pet cat.

  • Lucifer
  • Bustopher
  • Mephistopheles
  • Wormtail
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It's no wonder Riley from "Inside Out" is confused— in addition to Anger, her only other emotions are Disgust, Fear, Sadness and Joy. The poor kid will never know the joys of feeling peaceful.
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This emotion lives inside the head of a twelve-year-old.

  • Lust
  • Sadness
  • Anger
  • Righteous Indignation
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"The Princess and the Frog" is not a perfect film by any stretch of the imagination, but it's hard to argue with Tiana's lifelong commitment to making her dreams come true— with or without a magic wishing star.
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This princess dreams of owning her own restaurant.

  • Tia
  • Tiana
  • Tamara
  • Tiara
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The Marvelous Madam Mim is one of the more delightful characters in "The Sword in the Stone," and considering the movie features a really thirsty squirrel and the world's grumpiest owl, that's saying something.
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This witch has a battle of wits with Merlin.

  • Madam Mum
  • Madam Mam
  • Madam Mem
  • Madam Mim
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Whether he's eating a literal rock, the Heart of Te Fiti, or Maui (voiced, of course, by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson), Hei Hei just can't get enough of a high-mineral diet.
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This chicken is known for eating rocks.

  • Mei Mei
  • Lei Lei
  • Hei Hei
  • Fei Fei
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Based on Robert Louis Stevenson's beloved colonialist classic, "The Jungle Book" tells the story of Mowgli on the run from Shere Khan, who is afraid he's going to set the jungle on fire. Mowgli gets rid of Shere Khan by setting him on fire, proving him entirely correct.
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The whole of the jungle thinks that this Man Cub has the secret of creating fire.

  • Shere Khan
  • Mowgli
  • Baloo
  • Bagheera
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Perhaps the most famous fairy tale princess of all time, Cinderella has been losing her glass slipper in various stories for generations. Her story existed long before Disney, and it'll probably exist long after the House of Mouse has crumbled to dust.
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This princess knows that nobody ever makes wise decisions after midnight.

  • Cinderella
  • Aurora
  • Snow White
  • Rapunzel
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Here's a hot tip: be very careful when searching for photos of Judy Hopps online. She has gained a lot of love from the furry community since "Zootopia" premiered.
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This rabbit's greatest wish is to get into the police force, for some reason.

  • Judy Dench
  • Judy Jumps
  • Judy Hopps
  • Judy Sprints
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There's a children's novel in which Princess Jasmine sees the decaying state of Agrabah market and sells her jewels to fund an urban renewal program. Imagine what she would have done with three wishes from Robin Williams!
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This princess is probably always a bit resentful that she didn't get a turn with the magic lamp.

  • Juniper
  • Jasmine
  • Magnolia
  • Lotus
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Yes, it's Mike Wazowski, everyone's favorite cyclops! Regardless of whether or not they're just good friends, Mike and Sully should be everyone's relationship goal.
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This monster and his furry life partner adopt a small human child when she gets lost.

  • James P Sullivan
  • Randall Boggs
  • Henry J Waternoose
  • Mike Wazowski
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This was a tricky one, so kudos if you got it right. Nutley is hardly the highlight of "Robin Hood," but then, who could possibly look away from the titular character, the world's most charismatic fox?
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This vulture works for the Sheriff of Nottingham and tries to catch Robin Hood.

  • Mutley
  • Nutley
  • Nuzley
  • Muzley
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Here's a question: why isn't Megara a Disney Princess? Mulan makes the cut despite not being royalty, so why not Meg? Clearly the House of Mouse is intimidated by her hilarious dry sarcasm.
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This anti-heroine sold her soul to Hades to save her boyfriend's life.

  • Meghan
  • Nutmeg
  • Megara
  • Megarino
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The joint star of the definitive best Disney movie of the '90s (if you disagree you are wrong), Max Goof wants nothing more than to get Roxanne to notice him. He's got to stand out, above the crowd.
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Goofy's son struggles to see eye to eye with his dorky dad.

  • Goofy Goof
  • Max Goof
  • Matt Goof
  • Mike Goof
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King Candy (also known as Turbo, spoiler alert) shows up half-way through "Wreck-it-Ralph," at the point where the movie switches from obscure video game references to an endless barrage of candy-based puns.
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This adorable racecar driver is more than he appears.

  • Prince Sweetie
  • Duke Gumdrop
  • Turbo
  • King Candy
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Quasimodo is the titular star of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," a movie based on Victor Hugo's classic novel "Notre Dame du Paris." But, in the Disney version, far fewer characters (including Quasimodo) die.
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This bell ringer just wants one day out among the people without feeling like a monster.

  • Frollo
  • Quasimodo
  • Hunchback
  • Phoebus
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Poor Drizella— she didn't get treated very well by Disney writers. In the direct-to-video sequel "Cinderella II: Dreams Come True," ugly stepsister Anastasia gets her own character arc and love interest, while Drizella gets nothing.
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Cinderella's stepsister is a bit of a brat.

  • Drusilla
  • Camilla
  • Drizella
  • Anastasia
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One of the easiest dalmations to recognize, Patch is named for his signature eye spot. Alas, Patch was sidelined for the "101 Dalmations" television series, where Lucky took center stage in his place.
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Can you tell this Dalmatian apart from his 99 siblings?

  • Lucky
  • Patch
  • Cadpig
  • Pongo
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Disappointingly, Li Shang, the best of all Disney love interests, does not appear in the live action "Mulan" remake. It's a shame, as many see him as Disney's prominent queer icon.
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This general wants to make a man out of you.

  • Shang Yu
  • Tai Lung
  • Cheun Li
  • Li Shang
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Yes, Joe. Shame on you if you thought this guy was a lazy Italian stereotype. Show some proper respect to a man whose sole goal of an evening is to get two dogs to smooch in a back alley.
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This chef works at a restaurant that's clearly struggling financially if its only customers are dogs.

  • Luigi
  • Giuseppi
  • Mario
  • Joe
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