Welcome to a Disney character quiz where you can check how many details you remember about the best Disney characters! Princesses? Check. Villains? Check. Animal sidekicks? Check.
Everything you could possibly want in a Disney quiz is here! You’ll surely meet some of the forgotten characters and remember why they are worth your love just as much as the recent releases. Get ready to use your brain to the max and utilize all those deductive skills of yours. Make Sherlock proud!
Admittedly, many characters did not get to this quiz, no matter how much I love them. However, if you like this one and would like Part 2 of this trivia, just leave your comments below or on my social accounts. I’d gladly dig even deeper into the Disney lore and find the details fit for Disney masters of trivia!
This Disney characters trivia was inspired by the holiday season that screams Disney for me. In 2023, we deserve an excellent December break with the cozy, funny, and childishly-positive animated movies. They bring back kids in us and make us see the best sides in everything. Play a Disney movie before, and you’ll see unicorns in your dreams (or a dashing Disney prince, of course). The nostalgia brings inner warmth to your heart and makes all the worries go away, at least for those 90 minutes. Christmas season is the perfect time to take a warm blanket, a cup of hot cocoa (with tiny marshmallows, obviously), maybe some popcorn, and find your Disney favorite on the popular streaming service. If you have your family nearby, sit them down for a Disney marathon as well. Bring joy to your beloved people. Fill the house with lightness and upbeat music. Btw, don’t forget to sing those Disney songs; I’m sure you know at least a couple of them.
Best Disney Animated Movies for Christmas
A Christmas Carol
There is no Disney princess in this movie (Ebenezer is far from it;) but this is the epitome of a Christmas movie! Though this one is not the most popular Disney feature, it is perfect for this season. If you have no time or wish to reread the iconic Dickens book this time, A Christmas Carol will tell you the best parts in just under two hours. It’s a great family film to enjoy on Christmas Eve as well.
Do they have Christmas in Arendelle? I hope so. Nevertheless, Frozen is on this list because of winter magic and, of course, Olaf. Though this title may be too fresh for you (after the dozens of times you’ve watched it in recent years), one more evening cheering for its main characters wouldn’t hurt, right?
P.S. Do you wanna build a snowman?
Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
For more spooky Christmas vibes, go for this Nightmare. Its unusual animation and cool characters will remind you that Disney is not all about cheesy and sappy love stories. It can be funny, spooky, and a bit darker than we are all used to.
It just feels like the 90s through and through!
Also, answer this: which Disney character are you?