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Only Die-Hard Disney Fans Will Get 15/15 On This Quiz

Are you a true Disney expert?

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  1. When did Disneyland open?

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    June 15, 1954
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    July 17, 1955
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    August 1, 1956
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    September 5, 1957
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    Disneyland's opening day was July 17, 1955.

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  2. How much did an adult admission to Disneyland cost on opening day?

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    $1
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    $2
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    $5
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    50 cents
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    Admission to Disneyland was only $1!

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  3. Which of these celebrities never worked at a Disney park?

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    Kevin Costner
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    Steve Martin
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    John Stamos
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    Michelle Pfeiffer
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    Steve Martin, Kevin Costner, and Michelle Pfeiffer all worked at Disneyland!

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  4. When did Walt Disney World open?

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    July 29, 1968
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    August 4, 1969
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    September 19, 1970
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    October 1, 1971
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    Walt Disney World's opening day was October 1, 1971.

  5. What was the price of admission to Disney World on opening day?

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    $1
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    $2.25
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    $3.50
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    $4.75
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    The general admission price for Walt Disney World on opening day was $3.50.

  6. Which of these is NOT the name of one of the Haunted Mansion's hitchhiking ghosts?

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    Ezra
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    Gus
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    Phineas
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    Morty
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    The well-known "hitchhiking ghosts" are Ezra, Phineas, and Gus.

  7. What does EPCOT stand for?

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    Enlightened Preliminary City of Technology
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    Entertainment Paradigm Creating Our Tomorrow
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    Engineering Perfect Creations of Technology
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    Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow
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    It's a mouthful, but EPCOT stood for what Walt Disney called his "experimental prototype community of tomorrow."

  8. The words sung at the beginning of The Lion King are Zulu for what?

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    "Here comes a lion, Father."
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    "All hail the king of the lions."
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    "Our prince has arrived."
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    "Life continues, in a circle."
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    The Zulu translation of opening line "Nants ingonyama bagithi Baba" in "Circle of Life" is "Here comes a lion, Father."

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  9. What was the first feature from Disney Animation Studios to be directed by a woman?

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    <i>Mulan</i>
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    Mulan
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    <i>Frozen</i>
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    Frozen
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    <i>Tangled</i>
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    Tangled
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    <i>The Princess and the Frog</i>
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    The Princess and the Frog
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    Jennifer Lee, who co-directed Frozen, was the first woman to direct a Disney Animation Studios feature.

  10. Which film is the most expensive animated movie ever made?

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    <i>Beauty and the Beast</i>
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    Beauty and the Beast
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    <i>Frozen</i>
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    Frozen
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    <i>Tangled</i>
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    Tangled
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    <i>Toy Story 3</i>
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    Toy Story 3
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    Tangled is the most expensive animated feature ever made, costing a whopping $260 million!

  11. Which was the first animated Disney film to be adapted into a Broadway musical?

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    <i>The Lion King</i>
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    The Lion King
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    <i>Beauty and the Beast</i>
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    Beauty and the Beast
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    <i>The Little Mermaid</i>
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    The Little Mermaid
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    <i>Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs</i>
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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
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    Belle made her Broadway debut in 1994!

  12. What was the first animated movie to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture?

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    <i>Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs</i>
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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
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    <i>The Little Mermaid</i>
    The Little Mermaid
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    <i>Aladdin</i>
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    Aladdin
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    <i>Beauty and the Beast</i>
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    Beauty and the Beast
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    <i>Toy Story 2</i>
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    Toy Story 2
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    <i>Frozen</i>
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    Frozen
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    In 1991, Beauty and the Beast became the first full-length animated feature to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

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  13. Although it is never mentioned in the film, what is the Beast's human name in the Broadway musical adaptation of Beauty and the Beast?

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    William
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    David
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    Adam
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    Charles
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    In the stage version, the Beast's real name is Prince Adam.

  14. Which Disney castle is taller?

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    Cinderella's castle, Walt Disney World
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    Cinderella's castle, Walt Disney World
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    Aurora's castle, Disneyland
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    Aurora's castle, Disneyland
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    Cinderella's castle stands 189 feet tall, while Aurora's castle is only 77 feet tall.

  15. As of 2016, how many Disney park locations are there worldwide?

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    Four
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    Five
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    Six
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    Seven
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    The six park locations are Disneyland in Anaheim, California; Walt Disney World in Orlando; Disneyland Resort Paris; Tokyo Disney Resort; Hong Kong Disneyland Resort; and Shanghai Disney resort which opened in June of 2016.

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