Disney Trivia Answers! Disney Questions and Answers quiz
By Helen Wright
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100 DISNEY TRIVIA QUESTIONS
THE ULTIMATE DISNEY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS QUIZ – THE ANSWERS:
We asked 100 questions on our Disney trivia quiz and below are the answers to all four sections:
DISNEY MUSIC QUIZ ANSWERS
1. Three (Lin-Manuel Miranda written songs for Moana, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Little Mermaid)
2. Mandy Moore is the voice of Rapunzel in Tangled
3. Shiny is the song Jemaine Clement (from Flight of the Concords) performs in Moana
4. Mulan included Christina Aguilera’s first album track
5. Colours of the wind.
6. Randy Newman. He won his first Oscar in 2002 for ‘If I didn’t have you’ in the film Monster’s Inc.
7. ‘When you wish upon a star’
8. The Sherman Brothers wrote some of the most famous music heard at Walt Disney World Resort
9. True – Under The Sea won a Grammy for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or For Television in 1991.
10. ‘Here comes a lion’
11. Pumbaa from The Lion King
12. Frozen – the music was composed by a husband and wife team. Music by Robert Lopez and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez
13. Princess and the Frog
15. Beyonce – She allegedly felt she was too big to audition for Princess and the Frog and lost the role to Anika Noni Rose (who co-starred with Beyonce in Dreamgirls)
16. Disney’s Coco
17. Rascal Flatts
18. A fork (or, a Dinglehopper, as Ariel calls it)
19. Meg from Disney’s Hercules
20. ‘Beauty and the Beast’
21. ‘Circle of Life’ (which peaked at number 11). ‘Can you feel the Love tonight’ only made it to number 14 in the UK charts
23. Lea Salonga
24. Disney’s Tarzan – the musical score was written by Phil Collins
How many did you score out of 25?
ROUND TWO: ANSWERS
DISNEY THEME PARK TRIVIA
1. Animal Kingdom – Disney’s forth theme park is a massive 580 acres. The second biggest theme park at Walt Disney World is Epcot at 300 acres.
2. Magic Kingdom has the most rides and attractions – total 23 (at the last count).
3. Spaceship Earth is the official name of the Epcot globe.
4. Shanghai Disneyland boasts the biggest castle, called the Enchanted Storybook Castle. This castle in China is also unique because it doesn’t belong to just one princess, but was built to represent all the Disney princesses. The princess-themed structure is 197 feet tall.
5. 2012 – To retain Walt Disney’s vision of being a family-friendly amusement park, Magic Kingdom park was alcohol-free until 2012. Even then, alcohol was only served at the Be Our Guest restaurant. In 2018, Disney announced that all sit-down restaurants in Magic Kingdom would now begin selling alcoholic beverages.
6. Seven – Walt Disney World Resort has only been closed 7 times since it opened to the public in 1971. Amazingly, it had never closed until September 1999 when Hurricane Floyd hit Orlando, but it was only shut for one day. After September 11 2001, Walt Disney World was closed to impose added security for guests. Then, Hurricane Charley and Hurricane Frances closed the doors twice in 2004. Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and Hurricane Irma in 2017. Then of course, Covid-19 halted festivities at Walt Disney World for a record amount of time (at the time of publishing, the parks have been closed for five weeks).
Read about our experience at Walt Disney World (staying at Animal Kingdom Lodge) during Hurricane Irma (opens in a new tab).
Answers continue below:
7. Song of the South
8. Shanghai Disneyland
9. Magic Kingdom is home to Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin. The ride is unique because all the other Toy Story-themed rides are in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
10. Universal Studios Florida opened first, in 1990. Disney did not add Animal Kingdom park to Walt Disney World resort until 1998.
11. Three brothers.
12. $3.50 pp was the entry fee to Walt Disney World when it opened in 1971
13. The Utilidor. The entire public area of Magic Kingdom is actually on the first floor. The ground floor, at sea level, of the parks is made up of a network of intricate concealed tunnels. These are to allow cast to move around from different locations out of the view of guests. Trash removal and deliveries are also done underground during park hours.
14. The Grauman’s Chinese Theater
15. Downtown Disney
16. Frozen Ever After
17. Magic Kingdom at the entrance to Tomorrowland. Going to the parks? Here is how to play the Walls of Walt Disney World game. (opens in a new tab)
20. Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow (we have no idea why!)
21. Disney’s Polynesian Resort – Find out more about this Disney hotel and more by clicking here (opens in a new tab)
22. True! A wedding in front of Cinderella castle looks incredible but you’ll need in the region of £180k to make it happen…
23. 1975. The original Space Mountain is still in operation, but is rumoured to be going under a two-year refurbishment in 2022. Read more here
24. 11 Countries. (Mexico, Norway, Canada, China, United Kingdom, France, Germany, United States, Italy, Japan, Morocco)
25. 2020! Minnie and Mickey’s Runaway Railway just opened in 2021 – we were there on opening day!
Are you a Disney parks expert or a novice mouseketeer? How many did you score out of 25?
What is your total so far?
ROUND THREE: ANSWERS
DISNEY MOVIE TRIVIA
2. Moana (we love this quote from Maui!)
3. Rupunzel is the only Disney Princess with green eyes
5. Snow White was the first ever Disney Princess
6. Arendelle is the correct spelling
7. Pocahontas is based on the real life daughter of the Native American paramount chief of the Powhatan paramountcy.
8. Australia (The Rescuers Down Under)
9. 1994. DID YOU KNOW that The Lion King was created with Disney’s B-team of animators because the A-team were assigned to Pocahontas, which they expected to be the biggest hit. The Lion King went on to make $968.5 million worldwide.
10. Her left foot
11. New Orleans – One of our favourite U.S. cities!
12. ‘So this is love?’
14. Six Disney or Pixar movies are set in France: Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, Aristocats, Ratatouille and The Hunchback of Notre Dame
16. Darth Vader
17. True! The Incredibles was originally going to be called The Invincibles
18. 10,297 balloons are lifting Carl’s house in UP
19. Gone With The Wind – the classic movie surpassed Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1938 (a year later) as the highest grossing film of all time at that point.
20. Disney’s Robin Hood
21. Three years.
22. Ellen Degeneres
23. Princess Jasmine was the first Disney princess to wear trousers
24. Hades (one of our favourite ever villains)
25. Choose from: A Bugs Life, Cars and Onward.
Look how many new and amazing Disney facts you are picking up with our epic quiz! How many did you already know? You will be a Disney expert after this!
ROUND FOUR: ANSWERS
THE ULTIMATE DISNEY QUOTES QUIZ
1. B) Mulan. The Emperor of China gives this advice to Mulan.
2. A) Beauty and The Beast. Lumière tells Belle how it is.
3. C) The Hunchback of Notre Dame
4. B) Pinocchio
5. B) Alice In Wonderland. The Queen of Hearts has a warning for Alice
6. A) The Little Mermaid. Ursula makes a threat.
7. B) The Lion King. Scar takes no prisoners
8. C) Toy Story
9. B) Moana. We love Maui’s logic.
10. A) Sleeping Beauty. Well, she does sleep a lot…
11. C) The Incredibles
12. B) Cars
13. C) Mary Poppins. We feel sorry for Jane and Micheal
14. C) Cinderella. This is how the Fairy Godmother makes Cinderella a coach to go to the ball
15. A) The Lion King
16. C) Frozen. The shopkeeper in Frozen is out favourite Disney extra!
17. B) Aladdin. He most certainly is not useless!
18. B) Brave. That Merida is one independent woman, for sure!
19. C) Hercules. Meg from Hercules is another kick-ass woman
20. B) Finding Nemo. Well, of course!
21. A) Wreck it Ralph (who is actually a goodie)
22. B) Alice in Wonderland. Excellent advice from the Cheshire Cat
23. B) Ratatouille. So ahead of its time, eh?
24. A) Peter Pan
25. B) Beauty and the Beast
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