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Name That Toon Trivia Quiz


In many animated movies the heroes and villains express themselves in song. See if you can name the toon who sings the lyrics given in each question!

A multiple-choice quiz by LadyCaitriona. Estimated time: 6 mins.
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Time
6 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
367,130
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
1938
Awards
Top 10% Quiz
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Question 1 of 10
1. "Higitus, figitus, migitus, mum!
Prestidigitorium!"

In the song 'Higitus Figitus', who uses magic to pack his or her home's entire contents into one small bag?
Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. "Somewhere out there, someone's singing a prayer
That we'll find one another in that big somewhere out there."

Which siblings yearn for an end to their separation in the song 'Somewhere Out There'?
Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. "Come run the hidden pine trails of the forest,
Come taste the sun-sweet berries of the earth,
Come roll in all the riches all around you
And for once never wonder what they're worth."

In the song 'Colors of the Wind', who is teaching a new friend to appreciate nature for its own sake?
Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. "I admit that in the past I've been a nasty;
They weren't kidding when they called me, well, a witch.
But you'll find that nowadays
I've mended all my ways:
Repented, seen the light and made a switch."

What is the name of the villainess who tries to convince Princess Ariel to strike a deal with her in the song 'Poor Unfortunate Souls'?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 5 of 10
5. "Look for the bare necessities,
The simple, bare necessities;
Forget about your worries and your strife."

Which bear sings to Mowgli about enjoying life's simple pleasures in Disney's 'The Jungle Book' (1967)?
Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. "Now comes the real tour de force
Tricky and wicked, of course;
My earlier crimes were fine for their times,
But now that I'm at it again
An even grimmer plot has been simmering
In my great criminal brain."

Which bad guy sings to his underlings about his plot to overthrow the Queen in 'The World's Greatest Criminal Mind'?
Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. "Be our guest! Be our guest!
Put our service to the test!
Tie a napkin 'round your neck, chérie,
And we'll provide the rest."

Which castle denizen in Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' (1991) welcomes Belle by singing these words in 'Be Our Guest'?
Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. "Far away, long ago,
Glowing dim as an ember,
Things my heart used to know,
Things it yearns to remember..."

It's rumoured in Saint Petersburg that the girl who sings 'Once Upon a December' might actually be the lost Grand Duchess of Russia! What is her name?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 9 of 10
9. "I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream.
I know you, the gleam in your eye is so familiar a gleam."

Which princess sings these words to an owl in 'Once Upon a Dream'?
Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. "You can travel by boat, you can travel by train,
You can walk if you like and get stuck in the rain,
But the best way to travel, the smart thing to do,
Is to ride in the pouch of a red kangaroo!"

The character singing about riding in a kangaroo pouch is a five-year-old girl who gets lost in the Australian bush and meets a red kangaroo who helps her get home again. What is the name of this little girl (who is far too young to be considered a little woman)?
Hint



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1. "Higitus, figitus, migitus, mum! Prestidigitorium!" In the song 'Higitus Figitus', who uses magic to pack his or her home's entire contents into one small bag?

Answer: Merlin ('The Sword in the Stone')

'The Sword in the Stone' is a 1963 Disney film about a young King Arthur and his tutor, Merlin. We meet Arthur near the beginning of the film, as a 12-year-old orphan and squire-in-training to Sir Ector's son, Kay. After causing Kay's arrow to miss its mark and fly off into the trees, Arthur vows to Kay that he will retrieve it and enters the dark and wolf-infested forest. Arthur pulls the arrow from high in a tree and then topples through the roof of Merlin's hut. Merlin, who had been expecting his arrival, declares himself to be a wizard and Arthur's tutor, packs up his entire home and follows Arthur back to Sir Ector's castle, taking along his surly owl, Archimedes.

Merlin was voiced by Karl Swenson.
2. "Somewhere out there, someone's singing a prayer That we'll find one another in that big somewhere out there." Which siblings yearn for an end to their separation in the song 'Somewhere Out There'?

Answer: Fievel and Tanya Mousekewitz ('An American Tail')

'An American Tail' is a 1986 Universal Pictures film about the Mousekewitzes, a family of mice who flee from Russia in 1885 to make a new life in America. Along the way their son, Fievel, is swept overboard in a terrible storm and is mistakenly believed to have drowned. While Fievel searches for his family in New York City, Tanya Mousekewitz refuses to believe that her brother is gone. In a touching scene, the mice sing about their shared belief that they will be reunited.

'Somewhere Out There' was performed in the film by Phillip Glasser (Fievel) and Betsy Cathcart (Tanya). It was nominated for Best Original Song at the 59th Academy Awards but lost to 'Take My Breath Away' from the movie 'Top Gun'. A pop version of the song was recorded for the film's credits and performed by Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram. The Ronstadt/Ingram single debuted at #83 on the 'Billboard' Hot 100, eventually reaching #2 in March of 1987.

On a personal note, the film's sequel, 'An American Tail: Fievel Goes West' (1991) was one of my favourite movies when I was a child. Tanya Mousekewitz has a beautiful solo ('Dreams to Dream') in the sequel, performed by Cathy Cavadini in the film and by Linda Ronstadt in the credits.
3. "Come run the hidden pine trails of the forest, Come taste the sun-sweet berries of the earth, Come roll in all the riches all around you And for once never wonder what they're worth." In the song 'Colors of the Wind', who is teaching a new friend to appreciate nature for its own sake?

Answer: Pocahontas ('Pocahontas')

The Disney film 'Pocahontas' (1995) takes place in America in the early seventeenth century. Captain John Smith, an Englishman, is exploring a wooded area around the new Jamestown fortress when he encounters Pocahontas, a local tribeswoman and daughter of Chief Powhatan. Pocahontas is appalled at Smith's careless disregard for nature and sings to him about their woodland brethren.

Irene Bedard provided the voice of Pocahontas, with vocal numbers performed by Judy Kuhn.

'Colors of the Wind' won the Best Original Song Oscar at the 68th Academy Awards and the cover of the song by American artist Vanessa Williams reached #4 on the 'Billboard' Hot 100.
4. "I admit that in the past I've been a nasty; They weren't kidding when they called me, well, a witch. But you'll find that nowadays I've mended all my ways: Repented, seen the light and made a switch." What is the name of the villainess who tries to convince Princess Ariel to strike a deal with her in the song 'Poor Unfortunate Souls'?

Answer: Ursula

This is from Disney's 'The Little Mermaid' (1989). Ariel wants more than anything to become human so she can be with Prince Eric, with whom she has fallen in love. After a row with her father, King Triton, Ariel resolves to bargain with the sea witch for her fondest wish. In 'Poor Unfortunate Souls', Ursula assures the mermaid princess that she wishes her only kindness and that the price she's asking in return is very small: she need only give up her voice.

Pat Carroll provided the voice for Ursula.
5. "Look for the bare necessities, The simple, bare necessities; Forget about your worries and your strife." Which bear sings to Mowgli about enjoying life's simple pleasures in Disney's 'The Jungle Book' (1967)?

Answer: Baloo

Mowgli is an orphaned boy who was raised by wolves in the jungles of Madhya Pradesh, India. When Mowgli is about ten years old, the pack learns that the Bengal tiger, Shere Khan, has returned to the jungle and they fear that Mowgli's life may be in danger, for the tiger hates humans. As Mowgli is being escorted to the Man-Village by Bagheera, the stern black panther, the pair encounter Baloo the bear, who offers to look after Mowgli himself so that the "man-cub" can remain in the jungle that he loves.

'The Bare Necessities' was performed by Phil Harris (Baloo) and Bruce Reitherman (Mowgli) and reprised at the end of the film by Harris and Sebastian Cabot (Bagheera). The song was nominated for Best Original Song at the 40th Academy Awards but lost to 'Talk to the Animals' from 'Doctor Doolittle'.
6. "Now comes the real tour de force Tricky and wicked, of course; My earlier crimes were fine for their times, But now that I'm at it again An even grimmer plot has been simmering In my great criminal brain." Which bad guy sings to his underlings about his plot to overthrow the Queen in 'The World's Greatest Criminal Mind'?

Answer: Professor Ratigan ('The Great Mouse Detective')

'The Great Mouse Detective' is a 1986 Disney film about a mouse detective, Basil of Baker Street, based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Basil and his trusty sidekick, Dr. David Q. Dawson, must rescue a kidnapped toy-maker and thwart Ratigan's plan to overthrow the Mouse Queen at her Diamond Jubilee.

The voice of Professor Ratigan was provided by the legendary Vincent Price.
7. "Be our guest! Be our guest! Put our service to the test! Tie a napkin 'round your neck, chérie, And we'll provide the rest." Which castle denizen in Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' (1991) welcomes Belle by singing these words in 'Be Our Guest'?

Answer: Lumiere

When Belle's father goes missing, Belle sets out to find and rescue him. She finds him being held prisoner in a castle by a horrible beast and bargains for his freedom by offering to become Beast's captive herself. After stubbornly refusing Beast's invitation to dine with him, Belle later goes downstairs to eat by herself. Lumiere is quick to offer the hospitality of the castle and its unusual staff.

'Be Our Guest' was sung by Jerry Orbach (Lumiere) and Angela Lansbury (Mrs. Potts). It was nominated for Best Original Song at the 64th Academy Awards, but lost... to 'Beauty and the Beast'. ('Belle' was also nominated that year.)
8. "Far away, long ago, Glowing dim as an ember, Things my heart used to know, Things it yearns to remember..." It's rumoured in Saint Petersburg that the girl who sings 'Once Upon a December' might actually be the lost Grand Duchess of Russia! What is her name?

Answer: Anastasia

Released in 1997, 'Anastasia' is 20th Century Fox's animated version of the 1956 film starring Yul Brynner and Ingrid Bergman. In the animated movie, Dimitri, a former palace servant, and his partner, Vladimir, are looking for a young woman to pass as the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanov in order to collect a reward of ten million rubles from Anastasia's grandmother, the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna. Anya, an orphan travelling to Saint Petersburg for the first time, hears about Dimitri and Vladimir and goes to meet them at the abandoned palace. While walking through the now-empty ballroom, Anya finds herself inundated by vague memories.

'Once Upon a December' was sung in the film by Liz Callaway. Deana Carter, an American country music singer, recorded a wonderful cover of this song as well.
9. "I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream. I know you, the gleam in your eye is so familiar a gleam." Which princess sings these words to an owl in 'Once Upon a Dream'?

Answer: Aurora ('Sleeping Beauty')

'Sleeping Beauty' is another Disney film, released in 1959. At her birth, Princess Aurora is cursed by the wicked fairy Maleficent, who is angry that she wasn't invited to share in the celebration. The good fairies are able to weaken the curse, but fear that Maleficent won't be so easily foiled. They disguise themselves as peasant women and raise Princess Aurora in the woods as their own daughter, whom they call Briar Rose. On her sixteenth birthday, Briar Rose is out collecting berries and singing to her woodland friends about the love she dreams of meeting. The creatures, including an owl and some squirrels, steal a hat, cloak and boots that Prince Phillip, travelling through the forest, had hung up to dry. Dressed in the stolen clothes, the animals dance with Briar Rose. The singing, however, attracts the notice of Prince Phillip, and he is quick to cut in and dance with the beautiful girl.

'Once Upon a Dream' was sung by Mary Costa and Bill Shirley.
10. "You can travel by boat, you can travel by train, You can walk if you like and get stuck in the rain, But the best way to travel, the smart thing to do, Is to ride in the pouch of a red kangaroo!" The character singing about riding in a kangaroo pouch is a five-year-old girl who gets lost in the Australian bush and meets a red kangaroo who helps her get home again. What is the name of this little girl (who is far too young to be considered a little woman)?

Answer: Dot

'Dot and the Kangaroo' (1977) was produced by Yoram Gross Films with a grant from the Australian Film Commission. It features animated characters set against a photographic background shot in the state of New South Wales. 'Dot and the Kangaroo' was the first of a series of films featuring Dot, including 1986's 'Dot and Keeto', which I also particularly enjoyed.

Dot's voice was provided by Barbara Frawley.

(Amy, Beth and Meg are three of the four March sisters from 'Little Women'.)
Source: Author LadyCaitriona

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