92% of People Can't Name All of These Childhood Movies from an Image. Can You?

By: Khadija Leon
Image: Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Studios

About This Quiz

Many of the films that we know and love have been adapted from books, older movies, plays and musicals. They were not only responsible for feeding children's imagination, they also helped many families to bond, whether it was by watching them together or singing along to the songs in the soundtrack. 

When you think about children's movies, your mind immediately goes to Disney movies, and while they have certainly been at the forefront of producing some of the most popular movies, they weren't the only ones. 

With movies like "Miracle on 34th Street" (1947), "Cinderella" (1950), "Mary Poppins" (1964), "Charlotte's Web" (1973), "An American Tail" (1986), "Quest for Camelot" (1998), "Finding Nemo"  (2003) and recent movies like "Moana" (2010), these movies are the ones we watched growing up, and now our kids, or younger family members, ask us to go see. 

Would you be able to identify some of the most popular children's movies if you were given an image from a scene? Well, the only way to find out just how many you can get right is to take this quiz! Only 8 percent of the population can. Will you be one of them? Take this quiz to see!

"The Karate Kid" is a 1984 American martial arts films starring Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita. It is the classic underdog story about a martial arts master who takes a young kid under his wing in order to help him defend himself against bullies.

"Toy Story" is an animated CGI Disney film released in 1995. It is the first of many installments and follows a cowboy doll who is overcome with jealousy when a new spaceman action figure is added to the toy box.

"The Incredibles" is a 2004 American computer-animated film produced by Pixar and released by Disney. It followed a family of undercover superheroes who try to balance family life with saving the city.

"WALL-E" is an American CGI Sci-Fi film produced by Pixar and released by Disney in 2008. WALL-E is a small waste-collecting robot who travels through space trying to find a life source on planet Earth after it was severely polluted and later evacuated.

"E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" is a 1982 American Sci-Fi film about a troubled kid who helped an alien to get back to his family by escaping planet Earth. The movie starred Drew Barrymore, Henry Thomas and Dee Wallace.

"Finding Nemo" is a 2003 American computer-animated film produced by Pixar and released by Disney. It followed a clownfish and his forgetful blue tang friend who travel across the ocean to find his son who was captured by humans.

"Shrek" is a 2001 American computer-animated film which was loosely based on a 1990 fairytale with the same name. The movie follows an ogre named Shrek, who after his land becomes overrun with magical creatures, goes on a mission to rescue Princess Fiona in order to get his land back.

​"The Lion King" is a 1994 American animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation. It follows a young lion prince who after the death of his father, flees only to return for the throne once he is reminded of his responsibilities.

"The Wizard of Oz" is a 1939 American fantasy film adapted from L. Frank Baum’s 1900 book titled The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It followed young Dorothy Gale who is swept into the magical land of Oz and must go on a journey with her friends in order to get back to her home.

"Madagascar" is a 2005 American computer-animated film produced by Dreamworks Animations. It follows four spoiled Central Park Zoo animals and a bunch of penguins who suddenly find themselves stranded on the small island of Madagascar with wild animals.

"The Santa Clause" is a 1994 American Christmas comedy film and the first of the film series. It follows Tim Allen as Scott Calvin, a man who accidentally kills Santa Claus and suddenly finds himself as Santa’s replacement.

"Spirited Away" is a 2001 Japanese fantasy film about a 10-year-old girl who after moving to the suburbs with her family, wanders off into a world ruled by gods, witches and spirits.

"Home Alone" is a 1990 American Comedy film which followed Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister, a mischievous little boy who is accidentally left behind as the rest of his family travels to Paris for Christmas vacation.

"The Nightmare Before Christmas" is a 1993 American animated film produced by Tim Burton. It followed Jack Skellington, the King of Halloweentown, who tried to bring Christmas to his home after discovering what it was.

"Frozen" is a 2013 American 3D computer-animated film produced and released by the Walt Disney Company. It followed two estranged princess sisters, one of whom sets off on a journey with the help of her sidekick, an iceman and his reindeer, to reconnect with her sister.

"The Princess Bride" is a 1987 American romantic adventure film adapted from a William Goldman novel of the same name. It tells the story of a sick young boy whose grandfather reads him the storybook​ titled The Princess Bride.

"Mary Poppins" is a 1964 American musical loosely based on the P.L. Travers’ books with the same name. The movie, which was a combination of both live-action and animation, follows a magical nanny who helps two children grow closer to their father.

"Despicable Me" is a 2010 American 3D computer-animated comedy that follows a criminal mastermind who after using three young girls in one of his schemes, begins to change after having them in his life.

"Spy Kids" is a 2001 American adventure film, and the first of the series, about a family of super-agents, who after the parents are kidnapped, their children must save them with the help of their talking dog.

"The Goonies" is a 1985 American adventure film about a group of kids who try to save their neighborhood by unearthing the long-lost treasure of the 17th-century pirate, One-Eyed Willy. They soon find out that they are not the only ones searching for the treasure.

"How to Train Your Dragon" is a 2010 American 3D computer-animated fantasy film loosely based on Cressida Cowell’s book series with the same name. It follows a young Viking who wants to become a dragon hunter but forms and unlikely friendship with one.

"Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" is a 1971 American film adapted from the 1964 Roald Dahl novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It follows a group of children who win golden tickets to visit a factory but it turns out to be the adventure of a lifetime. The movie was later remade in 2005, starring Johnny Depp as the chocolatier.

"Elf" is a 2003 American Christmas film about one of Santa’s many elves, named Buddy, who after being raised as an elf, discovers that he is actually a human and goes to America in search of his real identity.

"Kung Fu Panda" is a 2008 American computer-animated martial arts comedy film. It follows an obese panda who must become the Dragon Warrior in order to save his village and the country from Tai Lung the savage. " Kung Fu Panda" was the first in the series of three films and a television series.

"Moana" is a 2016 American 3D animated adventure film produced by Walt Disney Animations. After a curse accidentally caused by the Demigod Maui reaches Moana’s island, she sets off to find him in order to set things right, with a little help from the ocean and her pet chicken.

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is a 1937 American animated film and the first Disney feature film. It followed a beautiful young girl who was sent deep into the forest to hide from her evil stepmother. Once there, she meets seven dwarfs who bring her into their family.

"The Lego Movie" is a 2014 3D computer-animated film based on the Lego line of construction toys. It followed a LEGO construction worker who is recruited to join a group of heroes to stop an evil tyrant.

"Happy Feet" is a 2006 Australian-American computer-animated film that starred Elijah Wood, Nicole Kidman, Robin Williams and Brittany Murphy. It followed a little penguin who was unable to sing but was quite the dancer.

"Sky High" is a 2005 American superhero film about a school for teenage superheroes located on a campus in the sky. It follows the son of a famous hero who tries to balance being a teenager and having powers.

"Night at the Museum" is a 2006 American comedy based on a children’s book of the same name. It follows a newly-hired night security guard at a museum who soon discovers that the animals and exhibits come to life at night.

"Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone" is a 2001 fantasy film based on J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter book series. It follows a young boy who discovers that he is a wizard and then attends the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he goes on the adventure of a lifetime.

"The Sound of Music" is a 1965 American musical film adapted from a 1959 musical of the same name. It follows a woman who leaves the convent to become a governess to the children of a Naval officer widower.

"Chicken Run" is a 2000 British stop-action animated comedy film about a group of chickens who try to escape from their evil owner by flying over a tall fence. The film became​ the highest grossing stop-motion animated film of all time, making over $220 million.

"Hercules" is a 1997 American animated film produced by the Walt Disney Company. It was loosely based on the legend of Heracles. It follows the son of the Greek god, Zeus, who loses his immortality only to later reclaim it after becoming a hero.

"Peter Pan" is a 1953 American animated film produced by the Walt Disney Company, based on a play of the same name by J.M. Barrie. It followed the Darling family children who received a visit from Peter Pan who took them on an adventure to Never Never Land. The movie was adapted several times, the last of which was in 2015.

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" is a 2017 American superhero film based on a Marvel Comic book character. It follows Peter Parker, a regular high-school student, who has a superhero alter ego who tries his best to defend his city from villains.

"Bambi" is a 1942 American animated film based on a book by Felix Salten. It tells the story of a young deer named Bambi who must follow in the footsteps of his father if he is to lead the other deer to safety from humans.

"The Iron Giant" is a 1999 American animated Sci-Fi film based on Ted Hughes’ 1968 novel titled The Iron Man. It follows a young boy who becomes friends with a giant alien space robot that a government agent desperately wants to destroy.

"Charlotte’s Web" is a 1973 American animated film based on E. B. White’s 1952 children’s book of the same name. It follows a wise and kind spider who helps a young pig from being slaughtered and eaten.

"The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" is an adventure film based on a series of novels by author C.S. Lewis. It follows the four Pevensie children as they travel through a wardrobe to the magical land of Narnia, where they discover their destinies.

"Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" is a 1989 American Sci-Fi film that tells the story of a scientist who accidentally shrinks his and his neighbor's kids to the size of insects that are later thrown away. They must then make their way back in order to be restored to full size.

"Pinocchio" is a 1940 American animated film based on Carlo Collodi’s novel, The Adventures of Pinocchio. It followed a living puppet who, with the help of a cricket and a blue fairy, goes on a journey to becoming a real boy.

"Miracle on 34th Street" is a 1947 American Christmas film based on a story by Valentine Davies. It followed an old man who claimed to be Santa Claus and must prove it is true in order to avoid institutionalization.

"Alice in Wonderland" is a 2010 American fantasy film based on Lewis Carroll’s 1865 novel, Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland and the 1951 Disney film of the same name. It followed a teen who returns to the magical world of Wonderland to defeat the Red Queen.

"The Land Before Time" is a 1988 animated adventure film about an orphaned brontosaurus who teams up with a group of other dinosaurs after the death of his parents. They then go on a journey to reunite the other dinosaurs with their parents.

"Ice Age" is a 2002 American computer-animated comedy film which follows a sabertooth tiger, a sloth and a wooly mammoth who find a lost human baby and try to reunite him with his tribe. It was also the first of the Ice Age series.

"Up" is an American 3D computer-animated film produced by Pixar and released by Walt Disney Pictures in 2009. It followed a 78-year-old man who travels to Paradise Falls by attaching hundreds of helium-filled balloons to his house.

"High School Musical" is a 2006 American musical television film and the first of the three Disney movies. It followed two teens, Troy and Gabriella, who discover their shared love of music at a karaoke contest.

"Peter Rabbit" is a 2018 3D live-action and CGI animated film based on characters created by author Beatrix Potter. It followed a rebellious little rabbit who would sneak into the farmer’s vegetable garden.

"How the Grinch Stole Christmas" is a 2000 American Christmas film based on Dr. Seuss’ 1957 children’s story of the same name. It follows a greedy and vengeful Grinch who wants to destroy Christmas for all the citizens of Whoville.

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