Category Elimination - Disney Animated Movies

In each group, name any answer which matches the first category to reveal the second category, then name any answer which applies to both categories to reveal a third, and so on.
DAMs refer to Disney Animated Movies, clarified below.
# = the number of answers possible. Answer must correspond to the highlighted yellow box.
Only the 60 WDAS movies released as of January 2022, Source.
Theatrical releases only. Doesn't include Pixar or other Disney subsidiaries
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Last updated: May 17, 2022
First submittedSeptember 29, 2019
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Green Categories
43
DAMs with more than one word
13
... with a runtime of at least 85 minutes
9
... nominated for but didn't win an Academy Award
1
... with a number in its title
Frozen II
 
Orange Categories
38
DAMs released before the year 2000
15
... with a budget of at least $10 million
8
... with the word "the" in the title
1
... with a Metacritic score of at least 90%
Beauty and
the Beast
Blue Categories
36
DAMs with at least $100m at the box office
14
... with a non-human character in its title
4
... with just one word in its name
1
... which was released before 1990
Bambi
 
Purple Categories
48
DAMs which aren't a Disney Princess movie
29
... with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 80% or more
8
... which has an Academy Award
1
... with a runtime of at least 2 hours
Fantasia
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Level 68
Jan 2, 2022
Updated to include Encanto and Raya and the Last Dragon from 2021.
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Level 71
Sep 29, 2019
Great quiz!!
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Level 55
Oct 1, 2019
Could you accept Wreck it Ralph 2 for Ralph breaks the Internet? I know that it's not the actual name but it's a fairly common way of naming sequels.
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Level 68
Oct 1, 2019
Added now, thanks :)
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Level 52
Dec 27, 2019
In the blue, what about Frozen?
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Level 68
Dec 27, 2019
Frozen works for the first, due to Box Office takings, but since the title doesn't contain a character at all (let alone a non-human one) then it doesn't work for the second category or any thereafter in the blue.
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Level 69
Jan 9, 2020
Just curious how Ralph Breaks the Internet has a non-human character in the title, unless you're counting video game characters as non-human (he is a human video game character). Unless you're counting "the internet" as a character...
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Level 68
Jan 9, 2020
I counted Ralph as a non-human character, since he's a video game character. Despite being a human video game character, he's still not human in my books.
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Level 79
May 19, 2020
it is misleading
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Level 58
Oct 21, 2020
That's pretty stupid. He's a human character.
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Level 62
Nov 22, 2021
Look at how low the percent of people who get that answer is

I can't nominate a quiz like this

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Level 68
Jan 2, 2022
After updating for 2021, Ralph is now considered human and is no longer the answer.
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Level 47
Apr 12, 2022
i tried pinocchio lol
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Level 27
May 18, 2020
Got half of it by online filling in 'Beauty and the Beast'.
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Level 15
Feb 27, 2021
I kept trying 101 Dalmations for the one 'has a number in its title'😂 Did a total brain blank.!!! (If that's even a saying)😂😅
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Level 68
Feb 27, 2021
Unfortunately it was never nominated for an academy award :)
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Level 66
Apr 4, 2021
Great quiz! But got stuck on the cyan one...
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Level 86
Jul 10, 2021
Great quiz, but Fantasia didn't technically *win* an Oscar. It was awarded an Honorary Oscar for being the achievement that it is, but I don't think that counts as the same thing. The same way someone like, say, Peter O'Toole or Deborah Kerr never won an Oscar despite being Honorary Oscar recipients.
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Level 68
Jul 10, 2021
I reworded the clue to be "has" rather than "won". Fantasia is still classified as winning an Oscar, but I can see the confusion.
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Level 48
Nov 8, 2021
Wow! Great quiz once again! Nominated, of course.
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Level 61
Jan 7, 2022
Could Encanto be a valid answer for the second clue in the blue category? The house seems to be sentient.
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Level 68
Jan 7, 2022
While true, the house is not called Encanto. Encanto is the village surrounded by the mountains.
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Level 20
Apr 21, 2022
Im pretty sure The Incredibles is from disney and has two words?
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Level 68
Apr 21, 2022
Pixar
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Level 52
Apr 27, 2022
Love it. A nice break from the endless geography quizzes!
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Level 56
May 3, 2022
Cool! It might be worth it having a different series for non-geography category elimination, so these unique wonders are easier to find
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Level 34
May 17, 2022
Shouldn't Raya and the Last Dragon work for the third clue in the Green category?
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Level 68
May 17, 2022
Yep forgot to update after the Oscars this year. Have fixed now, thanks
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Level 16
May 18, 2022
I think it should be 'is a sequel' rather than 'has a number in the title'. A number in the name comes across to me as something like 101 Dalmatians whereas if it were written as sequel it'd include all the movies where the name is '______ 2'.

maybe I'm wrong but id have never guessed frozen 2 for that reason

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Level 68
May 18, 2022
Not all sequels have numbers (e.g. ralph breaks the internet) and you gave an example of a movie with a number that's not a sequel.

Saying just "is a sequel" isn't enough to get a unique answer

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Level 60
May 28, 2022
Is Pinocchio considered a non-human character for the blue category?
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Level 68
May 28, 2022
It didn't get $100m in box office so doesn't work for the first category. But yes, he would be considered a non-human character since the whole film is about pretending to be human when he's not.