Can You Match the Quote to the Disney Character?

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Jouviane Alexandre

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Admit it! Disney has some of the greatest films ever made and who can forget the memorable quotes from the classics? From "Cinderella" to "Lion King," can you match the quote to the Disney character? Let's find out!

Which Disney character said: "Let it go."

In 2013, Walt Disney Pictures might released what might be their biggest film to date. "Frozen" and the stories of Anna and Elsa hit the big screen, alongside their companions of Kristoff and Olaf.

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Which Disney characters said: "Hakuna Matata."

1994 brought the release of the greatly popular Disney film, "The Lion King." The story followed a group of lions led by their leader, Mufasa, and his wife, Sarabi. Timon & Pumbaa are a meerkat and hog, respectively, who befriend Simba.

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Which Disney character said: "To infinity and beyond."

"Toy Story" was the product of another collaboration between Pixar and Disney. Released in 1995, the movie introduced the story of Andy and his toys that came to life. Among them were Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and Mr. Potato Head.

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Which Disney character said: "When life gets you down, do you wanna know what you've gotta do? Just keep swimming."

Another collaboration between Disney and Pixar, "Finding Nemo" was released in 2009 about a small clownfish who tries to find his way home. The film introduces Nemo, his father, Marlin, and their soon to be friend, Dory. A highly anticipated sequel, "Finding Dory," was released 13 years later, in 2016.

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Which Disney character said: "Some people are worth melting for."

In 2013, Walt Disney Pictures might released what might be their biggest film to date. "Frozen" and the stories of Anna and Elsa hit the big screen, alongside their companions of Kristoff and Olaf.

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Which Disney character said: "Ohana means family, and family means no one gets left behind or forgotten."

In 2002, Disney premiered the film "Lilo & Stitch," which was about a young Hawaiian girl and her adopted "dog," Stitch, who was actually created from an experiment. After the film, a TV series was created in 2003.

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Which Disney character said: "Even miracles take a little time."

Originally released in Disney in 1950, "Cinderella" was still one of Disney's earliest films. The story followed Cinderella, a maid who was transformed by her fairy godmother and attends a ball where she meets Prince Charming.

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Which Disney character said: "Always let your conscience be your guide."

Another early Disney film, "Pinocchio" was released in 1940. Disney's second film, it told the story of a wooden boy who is brought to life and hopes to become a real boy. Jiminy Cricket, who says this quote, acts as Pinocchio's conscience.

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Which Disney character said: "Don't just fly, soar."

"Dumbo" was one of the first Disney films released, with a debut date in 1941. The story is about an elephant, nicknamed Dumbo, who has the ability to fly with his large-than-average ears.

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Which Disney character said: "The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it."

1994 brought the release of the greatly popular Disney film, "The Lion King." The story followed a group of lions led by their leader, Mufasa, and his wife, Sarabi. At the introduction, we meet their son, Simba. Rafiki was the shaman who presented Simba to the kingdom after his birth.

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Which Disney character said: "You think the only people who are people, are the people who look and think like you."

In 1995, Disney released the film "Pocahontas." The story tells of the Native American woman who falls in love with John Smith, an Englishman who came to colonize Jamestown with the settlers.

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Which Disney character said: "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothin' at all."

Another one of Disney's earliest films, Bambi was released in August 1942. The fifth film in Disney's roster, the movie introduced the characters of Bambi, Thumper, Flower, and Faline.

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Which Disney character said: "I was hiding under your porch because I love you."

In 2009, Disney teamed up with Pixar to release the film "Up," about a young wilderness scout and an elderly man. This line is said by Dug, a golden retriever who goes along with Carl and Russell.

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Which Disney character said: "Venture outside your comfort zone. The rewards are worth it."

In 2010, Disney released the highly-anticipated film for the princess, Rapunzel. The feature film, "Tangled," finally showed Rapunzel leaving her tower.

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Which Disney character said: "Today's special moments are tomorrow's memories."

"Aladdin" was originally released in 1992. In 1994, Disney released the sequel, "Aladdin: The Return to Jafar." In the film we are reunited with the characters Aladdin, Jasmine, and Genie.

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Which Disney character said: "You control your destiny. You don't need magic to do it. And there are no magical shortcuts to solving your problems."

In 2012, Disney fans were introduced to another princess. While many of the past princesses were intelligent and wise, Merida was bold and "Brave." The film "Brave" introduced the Scottish princess who fought against a betrothal.

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Which Disney character said: "You're never too old to be young."

Released in 1937, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was the first animated feature film from Disney. The film introduced the world to the Brothers Grimm fairy tale of Snow White and the dwarfs, like Happy, Doc, Sleepy, and more.

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Which Disney character said: "I'm a damsel. I'm in distress. I can handle this. Have a nice day."

"Hercules" was a Disney film released in 1997 that told the story of Hercules, the son of Zeus. Meg used to work for Hades but ended up falling in love with Hercules.

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Which Disney character said: "You must not let anyone define your limits because of where you come from. Your only limit is your soul."

Another Disney/Pixar work, "Ratatouille" was released in 2007. The story followed a mouse, Remy, who had the desire to become a chef. The quote is said by a billboard of Gusteau, a deceased chef with a popular restaurant.

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Which Disney character said: "If you don't think, then you shouldn't talk."

"Alice in Wonderland" was another early Disney film that was released in 1951. Throughout the story, Alice runs into some interesting characters like the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, and March Hare.

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Which Disney character said: "Ladies do not start fights, but they can finish them."

"The Aristocats" is a 1970's Disney film about a group of affluent cats that are kidnapped for their owner's fortune. This quote was said by Marie, the youngest of the cats.

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Which Disney character said: "Fairy tales can come true. You gotta make them happen. It all depends on you."

The year 2009 brought the Brothers Grimm story, "The Frog Prince," to life. The story told of Tiana, a waitress who after kissing a frog, turns into one herself.

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Which Disney character said: "Sometimes we only see how people are different from us. But if you look hard enough, you can see how much we're all alike."

In 1992, Disney released "Aladdin," an adaptation of "One Thousand and One Nights.". The film introduces Aladdin, Abu, Genie, and Princess Jasmine to the Disney franchise.

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Which Disney character said: "Most everyone's mad here."

"Alice in Wonderland" was another early Disney film that was released in 1951. Throughout the story, Alice runs into some interesting characters like the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, and March Hare.

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Which Disney character said: "Look inside yourself, Simba. You are more than what you have become."

1994 brought the release of the greatly popular Disney film, "The Lion King." The story followed a group of lions led by their leader, Mufasa, and his wife, Sarabi. At the beginning of the film, we are introduced to their son, Simba.

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Which Disney character said: "Like so many things, it is not what's outside, but what is inside that counts."

"Aladdin" was released in 1992 followed by a sequel in 1994. In the first film, the Merchant is talking to Aladdin about the Genie before Aladdin takes it off of his hands.

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Which Disney character said: "All it takes is faith and trust."

Another early Disney classic, "Peter Pan" was released in 1953. The film told the story of Peter Pan, a boy who stayed a boy forever. We are introduced to Captain Hook, Tinkerbell, Wendy, and the Lost Boys.

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Which Disney character said: "The very things that hold you down are going to lift you up."

"Dumbo" was one of the first Disney films released, with a debut in 1941. The story is about an elephant, nicknamed Dumbo, who has the ability to fly with his larger-than-average ears.

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Which Disney character said: "Listen with your heart, you will understand."

In 1995, Disney released the film "Pocahontas." The story tells of the Native American woman who falls in love with John Smith, an Englishman who came to colonize Jamestown with the settlers.

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Which Disney character said: "A true hero isn't measured by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart."

"Hercules" was a Disney film released in 1997. It told the story of Hercules, the son of Zeus. While he was known for his strength, his father stressed that there was more to him than that.

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Which Disney character said: "I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it."

"Alice in Wonderland" was another early Disney film that was released in 1951. Throughout the story, Alice runs into some interesting characters like the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, and March Hare.

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Which Disney character said: "If watching is all you're gonna do, then you're gonna watch your life go by without ya."

"The Hunchback of Notre Dame" was released in 1996. The film was based on Victor Hugo's novel. It told the story of Quasimodo, a young bell ringer with a hunched back.

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Which Disney character said: "You don't have time to be timid. You must be bold and daring."

"Beauty and the Beast" was released in 1991. Taking place in France, the story followed Belle, a young woman who was kept inside the Beast's mansion. In order to become a man again, he had to earn Belle's love.

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Which Disney character said: "Remember you're the one who can fill the world with sunshine."

Released in 1937, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was the first animated feature film from Disney. The movie introduced the world to the Brothers Grimm fairy tale of Snow White and the dwarfs, like Happy, Doc, Sleepy, and more.

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Which Disney character said: "The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of them all."

"Mulan" was a Disney filmed released in 1998 about a young girl who secretly joined the army in her father's place. The Emperor speaks these words to Mulan after hearing of her sacrifice for her family.

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