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Name the Disney Animated Movies

Can you name the full-length, animated movies released by Walt Disney Studios?
Through 2022. The quiz will be updated in late-2023.
Theatrical releases only. Doesn't include Pixar or other Disney subsidiaries
Quiz by Quizmaster
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Last updated: September 21, 2022
First submittedOctober 4, 2012
Times taken257,099
Average score39.3%
Rating4.84
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Year
Movie
2022
Strange World
2021
Encanto
2021
Raya and the Last Dragon
2019
Frozen 2
2018
Ralph Breaks the Internet
2016
Moana
2016
Zootopia
2014
Big Hero 6
2013
Frozen
2012
Wreck-It Ralph
2011
Winnie the Pooh
2010
Tangled
2009
The Princess and
the Frog
2008
Bolt
2007
Meet the Robinsons
2005
Chicken Little
2004
Home on the Range
2003
Brother Bear
2002
Treasure Planet
2002
Lilo & Stitch
2001
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Year
Movie
2000
The Emperor's New
Groove
2000
Dinosaur
1999
Fantasia 2000
1999
Tarzan
1998
Mulan
1997
Hercules
1996
The Hunchback of
Notre Dame
1995
Pocahontas
1994
The Lion King
1992
Aladdin
1991
Beauty and the Beast
1990
The Rescuers Down Under
1989
The Little Mermaid
1988
Oliver & Company
1986
The Great Mouse Detective
1985
The Black Cauldron
1981
The Fox and the Hound
1977
The Rescuers
1977
The Many Adventures of
Winnie the Pooh
1973
Robin Hood
Year
Movie
1970
The Aristocats
1967
The Jungle Book
1963
The Sword in the Stone
1961
One Hundred and One
Dalmatians
1959
Sleeping Beauty
1955
Lady and the Tramp
1953
Peter Pan
1951
Alice in Wonderland
1950
Cinderella
1949
The Adventures of Ichabod
and Mr. Toad
1948
Melody Time
1947
Fun and Fancy Free
1946
Make Mine Music
1944
The Three Caballeros
1942
Saludos Amigos
1942
Bambi
1941
Dumbo
1940
Fantasia
1940
Pinocchio
1937
Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs
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Level 32
Nov 2, 2012
Did you all hear that Disney bought Lucasfilms and will release three new episodes of Star Wars? *sigh* (for me)
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Level 51
Nov 2, 2012
Given how the Star Wars fandom has reacted to most of Lucas' recent changes, I'd have expected a more positive reaction to having it taken out of his hands.
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Level 84
Nov 27, 2013
it's good that they took it away from Lucas, but.. then they gave it to JJ Abrams. He's only slightly better.
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Level 87
Mar 4, 2016
And now Rian Johnson is in charge of Episode VIII.
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Level 84
Mar 5, 2016
That's not any better. Looper was soooo overrated. One of the sloppiest plot-holiest time travel movies ever filmed, and that says a lot.
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Level 55
Apr 16, 2016
Time travel is notoriously hard to get right, unless Luke Skywalker has been hiding out with a time machine I don't think the plot should be anywhere near as convoluted as Looper was.
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Level 84
Nov 23, 2016
duck, I agree it's hard to get right, but Looper made it seem like they weren't even trying. Or they weren't smart enough to understand why what they were doing was stupid. In either case it doesn't speak well of the creative team behind the film.
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Level 84
Mar 24, 2018
And after seeing the Last Jedi.... oh god... I couldn't have been any more right. Worst Star Wars movie ever made. Don't even want to see Solo or episode 9 now. I'd take the prequels any day over that train wreck.
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Level 87
May 25, 2018
“Worst Star Wars movie ever made.” I don’t know about that. I didn’t love the Last Jedi either, but if you ask me, the animated Clone Wars movie is the worst Star Wars movie ever made.
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Level 84
Oct 11, 2018
^ I've never actually seen that one so you may be right, though I know a couple people who liked it.
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Level 72
Jul 23, 2019
Where is The Return of Jafar??
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Level 93
Nov 4, 2019
Not a theatrical release
+8
Level 17
Mar 8, 2021
my oh my how far we have come
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Level 20
Nov 2, 2012
I read G. Lucas wants to use the original 3 cast (M.H./H.F./C.F) in the new movies.
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Level 20
Nov 2, 2012
Why is Brave not on here for 2012? Just wondering...
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Level ∞
Nov 2, 2012
http://www.jetpunk.com/quizzes/pixar-movies-quiz.php
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Level 17
Jan 31, 2014
Confused me as well since she was added to the disney princess line up and everything, but she really is pixar... hm.
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Level 84
Nov 7, 2014
Pixar is now a Disney subsidiary. The exact nature of the relationship between the two companies has changed a couple times over the years, but currently Disney owns Pixar.
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Level 57
Nov 2, 2012
I can't believe I missed my favorite: Meet the Robinsons. I got hung up on Pixar as well
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Level 62
Nov 3, 2012
Don't worry. I missed Alice in Wonderland, my favorite, as well as The Jungle Book, my childhood favorite. I don't know how that happened.
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Level 64
Aug 31, 2020
Did you know that was a book first?
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Level 24
Nov 6, 2012
yeah i about died when i saw dumbo but i did pretty well i didn't even look downstairs we gots all of them mostly and i got like 34 so WHOOO i'm proud of myself
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Level 36
Mar 7, 2013
Why did only 20% of people get Wreck-It Ralph? It's my favorite movie! and I can't believe i missed Lady and the Tramp, Dumbo, The Fox and the Hound, Alice in Wonderland, Tarzan, Robin Hood, Treasure Planet, Brother Bear, Chicken Little, and Home on the Range......
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Level 84
Nov 7, 2014
I liked Ralph but it's one of the few I missed.
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Level 45
Dec 1, 2014
I think it's just that people aren't aware that Disney owns these certain movies. Like, I didn't know they owned Brother Bear or Treasure Planet and some of the others.
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Level 85
Apr 12, 2015
To be fair I think Disney would like everyone to forget they made Brother Bear.
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Level 84
Mar 5, 2016
Brother Bear wasn't so bad. I'd prefer to forget Home on the Range and Chicken Little. They went through a pretty rough patch there for a while...
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Level 12
Apr 1, 2013
Why Is Brave NOT on here it came out in 2012 and its alot better than reck-it-ralph xxxx
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Level 43
Apr 14, 2013
its pixar
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Level 64
Mar 5, 2017
But Merida is a disney Princess
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Level 56
Nov 21, 2018
It’s made by Pixar
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Level 87
Jun 29, 2021
Brave is NOT a lot better than Wreck-It Ralph. I actually think the reverse is true.
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Level 50
Dec 22, 2021
no it is not better.
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Level 68
Oct 20, 2013
37 and missed Brother Bear, one of my favorites.
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Level 42
Oct 20, 2013
I'm pretty sure The Brave Little Toaster should be on here and I never thought of Dinosaur as an animated movie because I always thought the dinosurs looked really realistic. Also, the Three Caballeros is a mix of animation and real people so if that is considered animates, then Pete's Dragon should be on here too.
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Level 52
Jul 20, 2014
Brave Little Toaster wasn't by Disney, it was by Hyperion.
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Level 34
Oct 30, 2020
you mean the company from borderlands
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Level 76
Oct 18, 2017
I think you are right...I'm pretty sure they used real dinosaurs for that movie :-)
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Level 28
Oct 23, 2013
What about Goofy Movie?
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Level 64
Aug 31, 2020
We were wondering too.
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Level 43
Mar 19, 2021
The Goofy Movie was made by Disneytoon Studios, which is a subsidiary of Disney
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Level 84
Nov 30, 2013
Missed 3: Alice in Wonderland, Sword in the Stone, and the only one on the list I've never actually seen before: Meet the Robinsons.
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Level 29
Apr 8, 2014
Feeling pretty good about scoring a 40. Nostalgia Critic's Disneycember really helped. Can't believe I missed the Sword and the Stone and Emperor's New Groove though. Two of my favorites.
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Level 55
May 22, 2014
I've never even heard of some of these movies. And I didn't get most of the recent ones because I'm too old and my daughter's too young. Or she was. "Frozen" is on our house just about every day.
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Level 45
Jul 16, 2014
There's a sequel to the Pocahontas movie and a sequel to Mulan too. FYI
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Level 62
May 26, 2017
They were straight to DVD. The Rescuers Down Under on the other hand did actually feature in the cinemas. Although since it was quite short, it was a double feature with The Prince and the Pauper as the other movie, where Mickey, Goofy and Donald were the main stars.
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Level 46
Oct 2, 2014
Nobody finds The Emperor's New Groove, it's the best movie ever !
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Level 49
Feb 24, 2017
that movie is awesome used to have it on VHS
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Level 68
Nov 1, 2014
The Wild should be on here, no?
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Level 44
Nov 8, 2014
DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp was one of my faves as a kid. It and A Goofy Movie were on the MovieToons label but still released by Walt Disney, which is the criterion listed in the directions.
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Level 87
Mar 4, 2016
The criteria listed is that the film must be released by Walt Disney's normal animation studio. Any film made by a subsidiary, like Pixar or DisneyToon, does not qualify for this quiz.
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Level 90
Nov 13, 2014
What about "Victory Through Air Power?" It was a theatrical, animated, feature film made, produced, and distributed by Disney.
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Level 60
Jan 22, 2016
Your are right in that this movie was a theatrical animated, feature film made and produced by Disney, but it was distributed by United Artist; and that is where I ran into a problem with this quiz. Victory Through Air Power should be included and if it isn't due to it being distributed by United Artist, then almost all the movies listed should be removed. Snow White was distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. Pocahontas was distributed by Buena Vista Pictures.
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Level 46
Mar 18, 2021
You could argue the same thing for reluctant dragon, song of the south, enchanted, and more but its not on disney's list so yeah.

its probably because disney wants people to forget about victory through air power (WW2 propaganda) and song of the south (racism)

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Level 14
Dec 13, 2014
keep missing one or two, 53/54 so close lol
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Level 51
Feb 8, 2015
This should include The Wild for us UK folk - it counts as a Disney classic over here (where Dinosaur and 2011 Winnie don't!)
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Level 72
Dec 15, 2020
The Wild was made by C.O.R.E Feature Animation, not Walt Disney Animation Studios. Disney produced and distributed it, but they didn't make it.
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Level 21
Mar 20, 2015
100% with 0:12 seconds left!!!!!! 😂
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Level 36
Jul 5, 2015
Add Inside Out
+4
Level 49
Feb 24, 2017
it's pixar which has it's own quiz
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Level 56
Nov 6, 2015
you might be missing a goofy movie
+4
Level 87
Mar 4, 2016
They are correct to miss it.
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Level 9
Dec 22, 2015
Yaaa 100% ( I only had to do it 20 times)
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Level 54
Jan 21, 2016
Something is wrong with this quiz, it literally isn't accepting anything I type......
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Level 57
Jan 21, 2016
Same
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Level 74
Jan 22, 2016
Sorry, but it's still not working
+1
Level 89
Jan 22, 2016
Same. No type-ins are working at all.
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Level 62
May 26, 2017
Try rebooting your computer...
+1
Level 67
Apr 20, 2019
A year later that is gonna do much good (say i 2 more years later)
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Level ∞
Jan 22, 2016
The problem with the type-ins that I introduced yesterday has been fixed.
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Level 48
Jan 27, 2016
I got 18, then saw what I missed and spent the next 10 minutes banging my head against a wall.
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Level 81
Feb 15, 2016
Looks like Disney is best know for the princesses. Top 7 are all with a princess.
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Level 77
Mar 4, 2016
I had just answered Dumbo for the quiz preceding this one on fictional characters beginning with D, yet forgot it on this one.
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Level 62
Mar 4, 2016
I somehow managed to forget Bambi (which I've watched at least 15 times) and Sleeping Beauty *facepalm*
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Level 85
Apr 7, 2016
Now try it in alphabetical order. www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/66830/disney-amimation-studios-movies-in-alphabetical-order
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Level 32
Apr 30, 2016
this was a lot of movies for the amount of time..
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Level 34
May 10, 2016
I got to where I can do this with 4:49 to spare. Why, yes, I am a Disney junkie, thank you. ;)
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Level 55
Oct 22, 2016
The fox and the hound is the most emotional movie ever, I cry every time....
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Level 47
Nov 23, 2016
I RAN OUT OF TIME!
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Level 47
Nov 23, 2016
How could i forget THE LION KING AND THE LITTLE MERMAID! DISNEY IS AWESOME
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Level 48
Dec 19, 2016
The Jungle Book 2 (2003)?
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Level 61
Jan 3, 2017
No sequels?
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Level 72
Dec 15, 2020
Only the ones produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios (such as The Rescuers Down Under, Ralph Breaks the Internet, and Frozen II.) Any sequels that were made by subsidiaries like Disney MovieToons or Walt Disney Television Animation (such as The Lion King 2, The Return of Jafar, or Return to Neverland) are not included.
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Level 56
Jan 8, 2017
completely forgot Frozen
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Level 67
Apr 20, 2019
you froze?
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Level 46
Jan 11, 2017
why was Anastasia not included?
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Level 59
Apr 15, 2019
Because this is a disney quiz and that's not a disney film
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Level 43
Mar 19, 2021
20th Century Fox
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Level 67
Feb 9, 2022
to be fair, they now own Anastasia, though it was not originally produced or released by Disney
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Level 33
Jan 13, 2017
Only missed meet the robinsons...
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Level 36
Feb 1, 2017
oliver 'and' company should work, symbols are annoying.
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Level 59
Feb 17, 2017
Frozen was all the way back in 2013? I feel old now...
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Level 64
Mar 5, 2017
i got melody time but missed beauty and the beast
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Level 62
May 26, 2017
I thought it's called "Basil, the great mouse detective" - and regardless - shouldn't it take my answer anyway, since I have typed the whole answer by that point?
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Level 25
May 27, 2017
And Bernardo & Bianca?
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Level 49
Jul 5, 2017
Many people missed home on the Range, I guess it was that bad.
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Level 80
Aug 29, 2017
I got 15. Pathetic.
+2
Level 22
Jan 5, 2018
I feel like a traitor for forgetting The Emperor's New Groove.... How could I ? It's in my top 3! Sorry, Kuzco :(
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Level 50
Apr 16, 2018
What about Song of the South? I take it that one is being quietly neglected?
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Level 72
Apr 23, 2018
This is just their fully-animated movies. Song of the South was mostly live-action, with only about 25 minutes of animation.
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Level 70
Jun 14, 2019
If this is the case, Three Caballeros should not be included either. Both are included in most lists I've seen of Disney's animated movies.
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Level 72
Jan 8, 2020
I suppose I should've said "primarily animated" rather than "fully-animated." The Three Caballeros does have some live-action, but the majority of it is animated, while Song of the South (along with similar Disney movies like Mary Poppins, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Reluctant Dragon, and Pete's Dragon) were primarily live-action.

Basically, is the movie an animated movie with some live action, or a live action movie with some animation? This list covers the former, but not the latter.

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Level 68
May 21, 2018
Seen all of these except for Atlantis, Dinosaur, Black Cauldron, and all the movies from 1946-48.
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Level 84
Oct 11, 2018
A lot of people don't like any of those; personally I enjoyed all of them except Dinosnore.
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Level 44
May 10, 2021
the black cauldron is the best.
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Level 48
Sep 30, 2018
oliver 'and' company should work. we say it as such, we don't say oliver 'ampersand' company
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Level 84
Oct 11, 2018
It does and always has worked. Quizzes don't count capitalization, punctuation, or special characters. Check your spelling.
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Level 57
Nov 11, 2018
Can you please accept "Wreck it Ralph 2"?
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Level 78
Nov 21, 2018
Tried that one too, but then realized that wasn't the title of the movie and I put the actual movie title instead.
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Level 62
Nov 12, 2018
I got the one with the least percent correct and I didn't get the one with the most percent correct...
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Level 74
Nov 21, 2018
Can you accept Vaiana for Moana? It was localized that way for much of Europe.
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Level 87
Nov 21, 2018
Are "Song of the South" and "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" not included because they are mixed animation/live action?
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Level 67
Nov 21, 2018
I think you're right, because Mary Poppins isn't here either. I also know Disney has largely consigned Song of the South to the trash bin because some people think it has racist overtones. It never shows up on any Disney-sanctioned lists.
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Level 72
Jan 8, 2020
It's not just that they're a mix of animation and live action. A few other movies on the list do that, like Fantasia and The Three Caballeros, but those are animated movies that include some live action. Song of the South, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Mary Poppins, et al., are live action movies that include some animation. This list is for movies that are primarily or fully animated.
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Level 57
May 20, 2019
Peter Pan: In Return to Neverland was released in theaters, as were some of the other sequels.
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Level 72
Apr 22, 2022
But they weren't made by Walt Disney Animation Studios, they were made by a different Disney subsidiary like Disney MovieToons or Disneytoon Studios.
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Level 43
Nov 22, 2019
I vividly remember seeing Lion King 1 and 1/2 in theaters so
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Level 68
Nov 22, 2019
I feel bad for forgetting the Hunchback of Notre Dame. One of the few Disney films that goes a bit deeper than the usual princess story.
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Level 78
Nov 22, 2019
My wife's family had every one of these movies on VHS up to Mulan, my kids inherited them, but now we don't own a VCR or even a dvd player. We donated them to a hospital.
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Level 58
Nov 22, 2019
I don't see why there is Frozen 2 ou Ralph 2 and no Aladdin and the King of Thieves or The Return of Jafar for instance ?

Why some sequels and no other ?

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Level 87
Nov 22, 2019
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Walt_Disney_Animation_Studios_films
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Level 67
Nov 24, 2019
Those Aladdin sequels were direct-to-video.
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Level 72
Jan 8, 2020
This list includes only movies made by Walt Disney Animation Studios, which so far has only made three full sequels: The Rescuers Down Under, Ralph Breaks the Internet, and Frozen 2, and some sequels to "package" movies, like The Three Caballeros, Fantasia 2000, and Winnie the Pooh. All other sequels were made by a different Disney subsidiary, like Disneytoon Studios (which primarily makes cheaper direct-to-video movies.)
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Level 48
Mar 26, 2021
Most of the other sequels are garbage anyway, so why bother?
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Level 76
Nov 23, 2019
A Goofy Movie?
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Level 87
Nov 24, 2019
*sigh*.... Second verse, same as the first.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Walt_Disney_Animation_Studios_films

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Level 43
Nov 24, 2019
You should maybe include Walt Disney Television Animation as an example of a Disney subsidiary that is not included in the intro.
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Level 87
Nov 24, 2019
Not sure what you mean by that. Are you suggesting I provide a link to Disney Television Animation as a reference? Because I don't see the need when everything you need to know is in the link I've already provided.
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Level 72
Jan 8, 2020
Since this needs periodic restating throughout this comment section, I'll state it again here for those who haven't read through the above:

This list includes only movies that are part of what is known as the Disney Animated Canon, which means:It is a feature-length, theatrically-released movie.This excludes any shorts or featurettes.It was produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios.This excludes movies produced by other Disney subsidiaries, like Pixar or Disneytoon Studios, even if they were theatrically released (like, for example, A Goofy Movie).It is primarily animated.This includes movies that have some live-action, like The Three Caballeros.This excludes movies that are primarily live-action, like Song of the South or Mary Poppins.

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Level 72
Jan 8, 2020
You can view the full list of included movies here.

In contrast, see the full list of Disneytoon Studios movies here, and the full list of Pixar movies here.

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Level 36
Apr 4, 2020
No hints? There is no way someone could get everything on this quiz without cheating.
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Level 84
Jul 2, 2020
I did
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Level 72
Dec 15, 2020
Does it count as cheating to know stuff?
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Level 91
Jun 10, 2021
It gives you the years, I should think that's enough hints.
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Level 33
May 13, 2020
It's been 8 years since Star Wars' reputation was completely destroyed by Disney. Lucas should've kept going or sold it to a less disappointing company.
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Level 87
Jul 9, 2020
Star Wars was already destroyed by Lucas when the prequels came out. Disney only made it worse.
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Level 87
Jun 29, 2021
Though they seem to be getting better at it with their TV shows.
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Level 55
May 22, 2020
You should accept "Frozen II"
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Level 65
Jun 24, 2020
Tried that too.
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Level 70
Sep 6, 2020
Is there a reason "Winnie the Pooh" is no longer accepted for "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh"?
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Level ∞
Sep 6, 2020
It actually was accepted. But "Winnie" and "Pooh" were not. This has been fixed.
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Level 37
Dec 11, 2020
i can't believe i missed brother bear! it's always been my favourite... also i put los tres caballeros instead of the three caballeros ahah
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Level 39
Jan 12, 2021
wheres "Kronk's New Groove" from 2005?
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Level 72
Mar 2, 2021
It was a direct-to-video movie made by DisneyToon Studios. This quiz is for theatrically-released movies made by Walt Disney Animation Studios. Scroll up to my comment from January 8, 2020 for more information.
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Level 61
Jan 16, 2021
only 19% got Great Mouse Detective? (facepalm) lol
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Level 91
Jun 10, 2021
When you look at the movies that came out immediately after, it seems to have been completely overlooked by a great many children, especially those that didn't grow up with it.
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Level 68
Mar 1, 2021
Ugh, somehow I missed The Lion King, Aladdin, and Tangled, but I got some ones that I have never even watched
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Level 53
Mar 14, 2021
Please add Raya And The Last Dragon (2021) and Encino (2021?)
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Level 67
Oct 3, 2022
ENCINO lmao
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Level 28
Mar 16, 2021
Qm, The Good Dinosaur is missing from this list. Released by Disney in 2015.
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Level 91
Mar 19, 2021
Pixar.
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Level 63
Mar 31, 2021
Perhaps "The wind in the willows" could be accepted for "The adventures of ichabod and mr. toad".
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Level 23
May 15, 2021
Wheres Little Mermaid 2, Lion King 1/2 and 2, El Dorado, Cinderella 2, Mary Poppins and Mary Poppins Returns (the first should be a big enough movie to be on this quiz), Lilo And Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch, Mulan 2, Hercules 2, Tarzan 2 and 3, The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2, The Fox and The Hound 2, Lady and The Tramp 2, and Bambi 2?
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Level 89
Jun 9, 2021
Full length Disney animated theatrical releases only. Some of the items in this list were live-action hybrids, at least one was released by a different studio, but the vast majority were direct-to-video releases, never shown in theaters.
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Level 67
Oct 3, 2022
Off the quiz as they should be according to the rules they stated
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Level 73
May 22, 2021
How? How on earth did I just miss Beauty and the Beast? It was literally my favorite Disney film as a kid. I even saw it in the theater! Come on, brain.
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Level 48
Jun 11, 2021
I forgot so many obvious ones but got some obscure ones xD
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Level 76
Jun 11, 2021
According to Wikipedia, Ralph Breaks the Internet was officially announced in 2016 as "Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-it Ralph 2" but in 2018 Disney apparently removed the subtitle. Take it for what it's worth, but I think Wreck it Ralph 2 should be an acceptable answer. Especially considering in the Pixar quiz all you have to do is type "Monsters" and you get both Monsters Inc. and Monster's University.
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Level 43
Jun 22, 2021
To me, the Lion King remake should be added. They can label it "live action" as much as they want, it's fully animated.
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Level 84
Jun 29, 2021
The canonical list of "Disney animated classics" excludes a lot of animated and partially animated movies they've done. They get to decide what's on or off. The Lion King remake did use some live shots of backgrounds done in Kenya... but.. Dinosaur had a lot of live backgrounds, too. Their prerogative, I guess.
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Level 72
Jun 29, 2021
Yes, but it wasn't made by Walt Disney Animation Studios.
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Level 70
Jun 29, 2021
The Fox and The Hound was my favorite movie growing up.. and I missed it.
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Level 68
Jun 29, 2021
Should the (very bad) Mars needs Moms be included?
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Level 72
Jun 29, 2021
No, because it was made by ImageMovers Digital as part of a joint venture with Disney, but wasn't made by Walt Disney Animation Studios.
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Level 29
Jun 29, 2021
Has Encanto been released yet? Since the title was released it took me a while on that one.
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Level 87
Jun 29, 2021
It's supposed to come out in November.
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Level 54
Jun 29, 2021
What about "Planes"? It's sort of a Pixar movie but also not really a Pixar movie from what I understand
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Level 56
Jul 2, 2021
The only clue is the year...?
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Level 54
Jul 13, 2021
Yes, because it’s the year it came out
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Level 30
Jul 4, 2021
Frozen 2 is technically called Frozen II so that should be accepted and probably should be the displayed answer.
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Level 20
Aug 10, 2021
you realise for us UK folk it's Zootropolis, not Zootopia.
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Level 38
Aug 15, 2021
In all fairness, I don't feel like "Encanto" should be on here because it hasn't come out yet.
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Level 56
Nov 14, 2021
Why is Song of the South not included?
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Level 31
Nov 18, 2021
Disney has an official list of what they call their Animated Classics, to which this quiz corresponds.
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Level 72
Apr 22, 2022
This is for movies that are primarily animated. Song of the South is primarily live-action.
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Level 42
Apr 4, 2022
Three Caballeros is 1945.
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Level 83
Sep 21, 2022
Doesn't The Lion King (2019) technically count as a Disney animated movie? To quote Wikipedia: "The Lion King is a 2019 American musical drama film... produced by Walt Disney Pictures... It is a photorealistic computer-animated remake of Disney's traditionally animated 1994 film of the same name."
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Level 72
Nov 19, 2022
It wasn't made by Walt Disney Animation Studios.
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Level 34
Nov 13, 2022
Took me awhile but finally learned them all and got 100%

If need help, try the 7 smaller ones that separate them by era, like golden, wartime, silver, bronze, renaissance, post renaissance, and revival.

Really helps as I had no clue about wartime except Icabod. Also had a ton of trouble with Bronze and Revival era, cause included lesser famous stuff. Gold and Silver are much more easier, and think helps learning separately so don't mix them up as bad.

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Level 68
Nov 23, 2022
Somehow got The Three Caballeros and Saludos Amigos mixed up and went for The Three Amigos, even though I knew that couldn't be right
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Level 16
Nov 23, 2022
I got them all with 3:21 to go!! Very proud of myself!
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Level 32
Nov 23, 2022
Pretty sure Mary poppins is disney. Im sure it was produced by walt disney himself
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Level 49
Nov 26, 2022
Pretty sure it's not animated (for the most part).
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Level 66
Nov 25, 2022
Shame to see Moana so far down the list. I'm a 28 year old married man, with no kids, but that's still one of my favourite films.
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Level 49
Nov 26, 2022
It's "Frozen II."