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Can you spot “Enchanted’s” Disney connections?

posted by Nell Minow

“Enchanted” teases and pays tribute to many of Disney’s classics. How many can you name?
Here are some hints:
Enchanted quiz 1
Enchanted quiz 2
Enchanted quiz 3


Enchanted quiz 4
Enchanted quiz 5
Enchanted quiz 6

  • Cindi

    Hello! Here are my guesses ~ 1.) Cinderella, 2.) Sleeping Beauty and
    3.) Snow White

  • Anonymous

    1-Cinderella 2- Snow White 3- Lady and the Tramp

  • Cindi

    Happy Easter! My third answer should have been “Lady and the Tramp!”
    Thanks,Cindi

  • Cindi

    Hi, 4.) Sleeping Beauty, 5.) Cinderella, 6.) Cinderella. Cindi

  • Cindi

    Man, I am confusing myself! I am going to change answers to #’s 5 and 6.
    I thinks 5 is “The Little Mermaid and 6 is “Beauty and the Beast!” Sorry, Cindi

  • Nell Minow

    So far, no one has all of them right, though every picture has been guessed correctly at least once.

  • Kelli

    Overall, I think I found 6. There was 2 Cinderella scenes, Snow White and the 7 Dwarves, Lady and the Tramp at the restaurant, Sleeping Beauty, and Beauty and the Beast at the Kings and Queens Ball! Kelli :) 😀

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