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The Lion King Quiz

Name these facts about Disney's "The Lion King".
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Simba's father
Simba's mother
Simba's uncle
Simba's best friend / future wife
Meerkat
Warthog
Wise mandrill
Hornbill / king's "majordodo"
Hyenas
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Where the story takes place
The Pride Lands
Saying that means "no worries"
First song (it moves us all)
Last song
Can You Feel the Love Tonight
Person who wrote those songs
Voice of Simba (old)
Voice of Simba (young)
Voice of Simba's father
How Simba's father dies
Wildebeest stampede
Fill-the-blank in the quote
King? Your Majesty!
I gravel at your feet
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level 55
Sep 15, 2013
Sorry, can you fix the spelling of "grovel"? Gravel and grovel are not the same thing. Right now it's basically saying "I small pebbles at your feet."
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level 49
Sep 17, 2013
Totally agree. I tried "grovel" and when it didn't accept it, I assumed I was thinking of the wrong word.
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level ∞
Sep 17, 2013
You were thinking of the wrong word!
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level 31
Sep 23, 2013
The correct word should be "grovel." "Gravel" doesn't make any sense.
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level ∞
Sep 23, 2013
That's the frickin' joke, people!
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level 30
Sep 26, 2013
In the film, Pumbaa actually says, "I GRAVEL at your feet." He messes it up, and it's funny. As quizmaster observed, that's the joke. In the movie. That this quiz is about. As the question is a quote from the movie, it would be absolutely incorrect to accept "grovel" as an answer. Answering with "grovel" means you have gotten the quote wrong . . . no points for you.
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level 49
Oct 18, 2013
What flanin said
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level 47
Sep 3, 2017
I tried grovel too. Whoops. So close.
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level 71
Oct 18, 2013
QM hasn't seen the movie and he gets this while you all don't?
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level 38
Oct 20, 2013
Pumbaa does say gravel, not grovel and then Timon corrects him. Gravel is correct and you really have to know your Disney Trivia to know that.
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level 28
Apr 29, 2014
Sometimes people are just too comfortable with their own intelligence. "Ohhh, I've discovered a mistake and I shall let them know!"
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level 72
Jun 2, 2015
I appreciate it when people correct my mistakes, as long as they do it nicely.
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level 8
May 20, 2014
that's the joke
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level 20
Jan 6, 2016
Pumbaa: King? Your Majesty! I gravel at your feet. Simba: Stop it. Timon: {To Pumbaa} It's not "gravel." It's "grovel." And DON'T-- he's not the king. {to Simba} Are ya? Simba: No.
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level 25
Sep 17, 2013
Technically the LAST song in Lion King is Circle of Life. They come back to it, or at least a version of it, at the very end of the movie. See can see why "Can you feel the love tonight?" is considered the last FULL song in the movie, however they do actually revisit "the Circle of Life" at the end.
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level 76
Oct 8, 2013
Yeah, I was confused by that too, as the story comes full circle (of life) and ends much as it began. Maybe Can You Feel was the last one on the soundtrack?
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level 71
Oct 18, 2013
No, Can You Feel the Love Tonight was the last song in the movie, aside from the brief reprise of Circle of Life at the very end.
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level 29
Apr 28, 2014
..."aside from the brief premise of Circle of Life at the very end." That means the last song to be played is The Circle of Life.
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level 71
Nov 8, 2014
They didn't play the full song. It doesn't say the last snippet of a song played.
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level 15
Jun 20, 2014
Yeah, the last song is "Circle of Life".
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level 42
Sep 5, 2017
Why would anyone create a quiz? All you get is ungrateful nit-pickers in the comment section whining about the smallest of details.
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level 51
Aug 4, 2014
The last song is Can You Feel the Love Tonight. It's sung by Elton John as the credits roll. I suppose the question could be rewritten to better specify...
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level 15
Nov 26, 2013
Is it wrong I got 100%
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level 58
Feb 11, 2014
Dang, I always forget what the "wildebeest" is called. In German it's simply "Gnu".
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level 72
Feb 7, 2015
They are also called gnus sometimes in English. Either is considered acceptable. Gnu is popular in crossword puzzles.
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level 68
Jun 7, 2017
Wikipedia says:
The wildebeests, also called gnus, are a genus of antelopes, scientific name Connochaetes.
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level 23
Apr 9, 2014
I knew Sarafina ;w; Random lion king facts from the books xD
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level 14
Nov 19, 2017
Sarafina? you mean Sarabi?
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level 28
Apr 29, 2014
Pleeeeeease tell me I'm not the only one that tried "Whoopi" for one of the hyenas!
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level 73
Jun 6, 2014
I also tried Cheech.
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level 44
Sep 23, 2017
Seconded
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level 71
Sep 3, 2017
I tried Jim.
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level 32
Jun 7, 2014
No one knows what a mandrill is. Change it to baboon!
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level 72
Jun 7, 2017
73% of people not only know what a Mandrill is...but they also know his name is Rafiki. I think that's good enough.
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level 31
Jun 18, 2014
I'd have to back up that Pumbaa's line is: Timon: "You're the king, and you never told us?" Pumbaa:"Your Majesty! I gravel at your feet" and Timon says "It's not gravel, its grovel! And don't! He's not the king! Are ya Simba?" "No, I'm not the king!" Nala: "Simba!" Simba:" Maybe I was gonna be but... that was a long time ago!" just to give you some context. Also I noticed someone already pointed this out, but I noticed it too while taking the quiz, the Circle of Life is ALSO the last song played. Literally, going out, it says "Cir-cle- of! Ahhhhh" *abrupt cut off*, fade into Elton John's Can You Feel The Love Tonight for the credits. Similarly, the last song played in the credits, after Elton John, is also the circle of life. They've gone full circle. Hope that cleared things up.
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level 12
Jan 19, 2015
The last song is actually king of pride rock/circle of life reprise not can you feel the love tonight. Literally circle of life are the last words before the credits roll
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level 28
Oct 31, 2015
umm.... it's spelled grovel. gravel is a small rock. and I would've gotten that if the answer was spelled correctly. let's make sure the answers are correct, please.
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level 69
Jan 9, 2016
It IS correct. That's the joke. He is then corrected after saying it. This has been discussed at length in the comments above.
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level 17
Nov 15, 2015
gavel is a small rock
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level 72
Jun 7, 2017
gavel is a small hammer...
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level 63
Jun 10, 2017
Mainly the one used by judges.
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level 33
Dec 11, 2015
If you like this quiz, you might try this one: http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/166179/the-little-mermaid-facts
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level 25
Dec 29, 2015
Mother of the above??? I don't remember hearing that. Got 2/3 of the hyenas! Took me a while to remember their names. Good quiz otherwise!
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level 51
Dec 2, 2016
The gravel/grovel joke (which I didn't remember from the movie) just reminds me of the Whomp King, a concrete slab with a really great personality.
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level 25
Jan 9, 2017
I feel like I should watch the movie again.
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level 72
Jun 7, 2017
I love The Lion King, so I got 100%, but MAN...for a casual Disney fan, this is actually really tough.
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level 74
Jun 8, 2017
Tim Rice should be an answer along with Elton John. They cowrote those songs.
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level 58
Sep 3, 2017
Agreed, fairly sure Tim Rice wrote all the lyrics and Elton wrote the music.
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level 71
Sep 4, 2017
I think the original clue was something about who composed the soundtrack. People rightly complained that the answer to this clue ought to be Hans Zimmer. So the present clue is at least an improvement on that. Maybe Rice should be accepted as a type-in.
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level 72
Sep 3, 2017
I really do intend to watch this movie sometime. It came out between the time my own kids were young and before the grandkids came along, so it was pretty much a Disney drought period in my life although I heard the songs and saw the trailers which were everywhere.
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level 71
Sep 3, 2017
You missed out on arguably the best period in Disney animation history since the 1940s. 1989-1997 or so. The Little Mermaid, Beauty & The Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, Mulan, The Hunchback of Notre Dame... all excellent. The Lion King is perhaps the best of the bunch.
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level 44
Sep 23, 2017
Agreed, between 1989 and 2002 actually has a name--the Disney Renaissance (started with The Little Mermaid and ended with Lilo and Stitch). Show your grandkids every single one of the Disney movies that came out during that time, and they won't be disappointed. Beautiful animation, great original songs and scores, just amazing really. After the Renaissance ended, so did 2-D animation for the most part, so it's almost required viewing just for the historical context of it.
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level 44
Sep 23, 2017
Correction: it was 1989-1999. Tarzan was the last Disney Renaissance movie. Although Lilo and Stitch was still adorable.
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level 66
Sep 3, 2017
I put in "gravel" and I was so worried it'd be misquoted as "grovel."
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level 63
Sep 4, 2017
Darth Vader should be accepted as the voice of Simba's father.
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level 71
Sep 4, 2017
Ferris Bueller should be accepted for the voice of older Simba.
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level 50
Sep 4, 2017
I chuckled when "JTT" was accepted.
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level 64
Sep 5, 2017
Should've gotten 100%, but I couldn't remember how to spell Shenzi and Banzai!
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level 58
Sep 6, 2017
no love for Jeremy Irons?
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