The Independent Student Newspaper of St. John's University

The Torch

The Independent Student Newspaper of St. John's University

The Torch

The Independent Student Newspaper of St. John's University

The Torch

Dabble in Disney: Answer key 11/4/15

Eleven – The official number of Disney princesses

Bread – Aladdin and Abu steal this from the marketplace

SnowWhite – The first Disney princess

Vanessa – The name Ursula uses when she disguises herself to win over Prince Eric

Pocahontas – A Disney princess based on a real person

NewOrleans – This US city inspired the setting for the princess and the frog

Mushu – The name of Mulan’s pet dragon

Sothisislove – The song that Cinderella and prince charming dance to at the ball

Uncle – Scar’s relation to Simba

Jafar – The royal vizier of agrabah

Maleficent – Mistress of all evil

Carroll – Last name of the author who wrote Alice in Wonderland

Neverland – Where captain hook lives

WaltDisney – The original voice of Mickey Mouse

Left – The glass slipper that Cinderella left behind at the ball

Sixty – The amount of eggs Gaston says he eats to stay “roughly the size of a barge”

Thejunglebook – The last animated film Walt Disney personally supervised

Africa – The continent that Tarzan’s parents shipwrecked

Tantor – The name of Tarzan’s nervous elephant friend

Philcollins – The famous musician responsible for Tarzan’s soundtrack

Eltonjohn – The famous musician responsible for original songs in The Lion King

Sabor – The villain in Tarzan (Hint: It’s a leopard)

Ulysses – The name of the vessel that Milo and his friends took to Atlantis

Concubines – Mulan’s companions dressed up like these when they went to the emperor’s palace

Pocahontas – The first Disney movie to feature an interracial relationship

Spacemountain – The first roller coaster attraction at Walt Disney World

Monstro – The name of the whale in Pinocchio

Scatcat – Leader of the Jazz Band in The Aristocats

Westwing – Area of the Beast’s castle where he keeps the enchanted rose

Paris – The city where The Aristocats took place

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious – The sound of this Mary Poppins word is something quite atrocious

Dinglehopper – What Scuttle calls a fork in The Little Mermaid

Leave a Comment
More to Discover
About the Contributor
Diana Colapietro, Photo Editor
Photo Editor: Diana is a senior Photojournalism major/International Studies minor who has been involved in the Torch since her freshman year in the fall of 2012. This year she hopes to incorporate more photo spreads in the newspaper and make the content more visually appealing. [email protected]

Comments (0)

We love comments and feedback, but we ask that you please be respectful in your responses.
All The Torch Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *