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Only The Ultimate Disney/Pixar Fans Will Get 100% On This Quiz!

If you're a Disney/Pixar fan, chances are you've seen the teaser trailer for their latest film, Cars 3, which has just reached over 20 million views on YouTube. But how big of a fan are you? From Toy Story to Finding Dory, Disney/Pixar has been entertaining us with wonderful worlds and enchanting characters for more than 20 years. You may even consider yourself a Pixar aficionado, but you'll have to put your money where your Mr. Potato Head mouth is if you want to prove it to your fellow Pixar brethren.

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  1. 1. Before eventually deciding on the name "Buzz Lightyear", what other name did Pixar creatives consider for their Space Ranger?

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    Lunar Larry
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    Luke Starkiller
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    Neil Aldrin
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    Mark Moonman
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    Lunar Larry

    It seems "Lunar Larry" didn't quite stick with Pixar heads, and luckily was changed to "Buzz Lightyear". (Luke Starkiller was the name originally given for another space adventurer, Luke Skywalker)

    Lunar Larry
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  2. 2. What is the only attraction in a Disney Park to open before the Disney/Pixar film on which it was based?

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    The Sea with Nemo & Friends
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    Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
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    It's Tough To Be A Bug
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    Radiator Springs Racers
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    It's Tough To Be A Bug!

    In the mid-90's, Disney Imagineers were designing a theater inside the "Tree of Life" icon for Disney's Animal Kingdom Park in Walt Disney World and needed a concept. They turned to Pixar creatives to ask if they had any films in the works that might be a good fit, and Pixar was coincidentally working on a film about bugs. The Imagineers weren't sure bugs fit in with their "Animal Kingdom" theme until Pixar reminded them that insects make up over 80% of animals in the world, including humans! Disney needed the attraction to open with the park, which meant it premiered 7 months earlier than the release of the film.

    It's Tough To Be A Bug!
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  3. 3. In Toy Story 2, the toys encounter Tour Guide Barbie, voiced by Jodi Benson. She also provided the voice for what Disney Princess?

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    Ariel
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    Belle
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    Jasmine
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    Rapunzel
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    Ariel

    Jodi would also go on to voice Barbie in Toy Story 3, as well as portray Robert's assistant Sam in Disney's Enchanted.

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  4. 4. Billy Crystal accepted the role of voicing Mike Wazowski in Monsters, Inc. after turning down (and later regretting) what Toy Story role?

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    Woody
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    Buzz Lightyear
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    Mr. Potato Head
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    Hamm
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    Buzz Lightyear

    Crystal has been quoted as saying after seeing Toy Story, he realized turning down the role was one of the biggest mistakes of his career. Luckily, he got a second chance.

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  5. 5. In Finding Nemo, which of the following names does Dory not refer to Nemo as?

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    Fabio
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    Harpo
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    Elmo
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    Bozo
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    Bozo

    Other wrong names she used were Chico and Bingo, though she did get Nemo's name right a total seven times (four without being corrected first).

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  6. 6. The Pizza Planet truck, which made its debut in Toy Story, has become a running gag within the studio by appearing in every Disney/Pixar film except which one?

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    Monsters University
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    Brave
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    The Incredibles
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    Wall-E
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    The Incredibles

    Director Brad Bird was the first director to be sourced from outside the studio and was at first unaware of the running theme of the truck, then ultimately decided against adding it because he considered it an "inside joke" he shouldn't try to mimic.

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  7. 7. The number 95 featured on Lightning McQueen in Cars is a reference to what?

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    John Lasseter's lucky number
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    Paul Newman's favorite car: a '95 Volvo 960
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    The number of animators on the film
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    The year Toy Story was released
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    The year was released

    The number has also been featured in numerous other Disney/Pixar films such as all three Toy Story films and A Bug's Life.

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  8. 8. How do you spell the title of this Disney/Pixar film?

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    Ratatouille

    Worried that the general public wouldn't know how to pronounce the title, Disney/Pixar had it spelled phonetically on all the posters and trailers.

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  9. 9. What does WALL-E stand for?

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    Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class
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    World Agricultural Lifting Liaison - Environments
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    Waste Advocation Life-Form Loader Enterprises
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    WALL-E is not an acronym, just his name.
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    Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class

    The name WALL-E is supposedly a reference to Walter Elias Disney. The first dialogue conversation doesn't start until 39 minutes into the film. Director Andrew Stanton and his team watched every single Charles Chaplin and Buster Keaton movie every day during lunch for about a year and a half to inspire visual storytelling.

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  10. 10. The villain Charles Muntz in Disney/Pixar's Up is named after Charles Mintz, the Universal Pictures executive who in 1928 stole Walt Disney's production rights to what highly-successful animated series?

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    Horace Horsecollar
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    Mickey Mouse
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    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
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    Steamboat Willie
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    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

    In an interesting twist, in 2006 CEO of the Walt Disney Company Bob Iger negotiated a trade with NBC Universal to return the rights of Oswald to Disney in exchange for sending sportscaster Al Michaels from Disney's ABC and ESPN to NBC Sports. At the time, ABC had lost its contract for NFL broadcast rights and, though Michaels was still in a long-term contract with Disney-owned ESPN, he wanted to rejoin broadcasting partner John Madden at NBC.

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  11. 11. Toy Story 3 had a 2010 release in theaters, 15 years after the release of the first film. Which of the following actors did not come back to voice the older version of their human character?

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    Andy (John Morris)
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    Andy's Mom (Laurie Metcalf)
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    Molly (Beatrice Miller)
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    Sid (Erik Von Detten)
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    Molly (Beatrice Miller)

    Hannah Unkrich, daughter of Pixar's Lee Unkrich, provided the voice for infant Molly in the first two Toy Story films. Sid can be seen in the movie for a moment as a garbage man. While Andy's Mom was never given a name, there are some interesting fan theories that she is actually Emily, the girl that abandoned Jessie in Toy Story 2. Debunked by Pixar heads, but interesting nonetheless.

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  12. 12. Mater's license plate number A113 in Cars 2 is a reference to what?

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    The number of the CalArts classroom used by many Pixar employees as students
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    The model Tow Truck used for reference when creating Mater
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    Steve Jobs' birthday (1/13)
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    The address number of Pixar's Headquarters in Emeryville, CA (113A)
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    The number of the CalArts classroom used by many Pixar employees as students

    Room A113 at the California Institution of Arts is where many Pixar and Disney studio employees learned graphic design and character animation. You can see this number hidden in every Disney/Pixar film and many Disney animated films.

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  13. 13. In Brave, Merida and her family rule the Kingdom of DunBroch. Which of the following is not the name of a neighboring clan?

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    MacGuffin
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    Macintosh
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    MacDonald
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    Dingwall
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    MacDonald

    MacDonald is the surname of the voice of Merida, Kelly MacDonald. The name Macintosh (or McIntosh) is a common Scottish surname, but also the name of a well-known variety of apple, a reference to the Apple computer. Steve Jobs was a co-founder of Apple and played a big role in Pixar. The movie is dedicated to Jobs as he passed away before the film's completion. The only food Merida eats in the film is an apple.

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  14. 14. In Monsters University, Mike Wazowski (voiced by Billy Crystal) is talking in his sleep and says what line as a reference to one of Crystal's previous films?

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    "I'll scare what she's scaring."
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    "I know you're a princess and I'm just a stable boy."
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    "We gotta find Curley's gold."
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    "You look hideous."
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    "I know you're a princess and I'm just a stable boy."

    This is a reference to The Princess Bride, in which Crystal portrayed Miracle Max. He was known to be so funny during his improvised scenes that fellow actor Mandy Patinkin bruised a rib from trying to withhold laughing and temporarily shutdown production.

    "I know you're a princess and I'm just a stable boy."
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  15. 15. Which Inside Out voice actor was not a featured regular on an NBC sitcom or late night television show?

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    Amy Poehler
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    Phyllis Smith
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    Bill Hader
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    Lewis Black
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    Mindy Kaling
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    Lewis Black

    Amy Poehler portrayed Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation and was a cast member along with Bill Hader on Saturday Night Live. Phyllis Smith and Mindy Kaling were both regulars as well as writers for The Office.

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  16. 16. In The Good Dinosaur, a blue and yellow ball with a red star can be seen when Arlo and Spot are hallucinating. What Pixar short did this ball premiere in and eventually become one of the symbols for Pixar?

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    Luxo Jr.
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    Geri's Game
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    For the Birds
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    Knick Knack
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    Luxo Jr.

    The Luxo Ball is another item that can be found in numerous Disney/Pixar films. Luxo Jr. was John Lasseter's first short film produced under the Pixar name for SIGGRAPH, an annual computer graphics conference, in 1986. Lasseter wanted to show with the 2-minute short that you could show inanimate objects expressing human emotions. Before the screening short had ended, the entire audience of the conference was giving the piece a standing ovation. It went on to be the first CGI film nominated for an Academy Award.

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  17. 17. This year, Finding Dory became the highest grossing animated film in American box office history. What 2004 animated film held that title previously?

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    Finding Nemo
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    The Incredibles
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    Cars
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    Shrek 2
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    Shrek 2

    Shrek 2 was an American box office phenomenon, holding the record for more than 10 years until Finding Dory dethroned it. Finding Dory also holds the record for worldwide box office of an animated film.

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  18. 18. What Disney/Pixar film has "good luck charm" John Ratzenberger not provided a voice for?

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    Toy Story
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    A Bug's Life
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    Toy Story 2
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    Monsters, Inc.
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    Finding Nemo
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    The Incredibles
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    Cars
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    Ratatouille
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    Up
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    Toy Story 3
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    Cars 2
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    Monsters University
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    Inside Out
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    The Good Dinosaur
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    Finding Nemo
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    He's done all of them!
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    He's done all of them!

    And we hope he continues the lucky streak...

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