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The 80’s was a marvelous decade, especially when it comes to Disney movies. We were treated with with movies like
, just to name a few. In terms of technological innovation and dynamic new storytelling, the decade was hugely important.
As a result, there are a ton of fascinating behind-the-scenes facts that detail how the studio brought some of our favorite films to life. How well-versed in Disney history are you? Put down that Rubix Cube and take our quiz to find out:
Which of the following animated features was the first to utilize CGI?
Before singing “Poor Unfortunate Souls,” Pat Carroll asked this famous songwriter to sing it to her
What is the name of the video game that served as the largest inspiration for Tron?
The way the dogs dance in Oliver and Company is based on the style of which famous choreographer?
Basil from The Great Mouse Detective was named after actor Basil Rathbone, because he was famous for playing the role of ________.
Which film had to be edited several times to avoid releasing with a more extreme rating?
What was the name of the Disney short that was shown in theaters before Honey, I Shrunk the Kids?
The role of Sykes in Oliver & Company was originally offered to:
Where did one of the prop ships from Flight of the Navigator find a new home after it was refurbished?
Tomorrowland, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom
Who recommended Rick Moranis for the role of Wayne Szalinski in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids?
What was the last shot completed for The Little Mermaid?
Ariel brushing her hair with the dinglehopper (fork)
Ariel sitting on the rock as the waves crash behind her
Tod’s (The Fox and the Hound) name is based on the Middle English term “todde” which roughly translates to:
In 1981, Disney decided to film Tron completely in 65-mm Super Panavision because
How many children were in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids’ original script?
Which famous novel is Oliver & Company based on?
What name was Paul Reubens actually credited under when he voiced MAX in Flight of the Navigator?
Which author penned the books that inspired The Black Cauldron?
Which of the following films was the first to use go-motion, an update of the classic stop motion animation technique?
Who was the original choice to voice Basil in The Great Mouse Detective?
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Tagged as: Dragonslayer (1981), Flight of the Navigator (1986), Honey I Shrunk the Kids, Oliver and Company (1988), Return to Oz (1985), The Black Cauldron (1985), The Fox and the Hound (1981), The Great Mouse Detective (1986), The Little Mermaid (1989), TRON (1982)
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