The Lion King Trivia

How much do you know about this classic Disney movie?
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Last updated: April 25, 2012
First submittedApril 25, 2012
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Who composed the soundtrack?
Elton John and Tim Rice
Who said, "You are a baboon and I am not."
Rafiki
How are Scar and Mufasa related?
Brothers
What is type of animal is Timon?
Meerkat
Where does Scar trick Simba and Nala into visiting?
Elephant graveyard
What kills Mufasa?
Wildebeast stampede
What is Timon and Pumbaa's motto?
Hakuna Matata
What are the names of the hyenas?
Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed
Who is Simba's best friend who later becomes his queen?
Nala
Where does the movie take place
Pride Rock
What is the name of Mufasa's annoying and unintelligent assistant?
Zazu
Who is Sarabi?
Simba's mom
What song plays when Simba and Nala make up for lost time?
Can You Feel the Love Tonight
Who voiced the only female hyena?
Whoopi Goldberg
True or False: The Lion King is the first orignal animated Disney movie. (Disregarding the fact that it was loosely based off of Hamlet.)
True
Who said, "Being brave doesn't mean you go looking for trouble."
Mufasa
What is the title of the only song Scar sings?
Be Prepared
What does the word "Simba" mean in Swahili?
Lion
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Level 32
Apr 24, 2012
can you also accept different spellings for mom, for example, mum or mother and for the spelling of rafiki, can you accept rafeki or rafike?
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Level 22
May 20, 2012
@merkin, just because it was based off of Hamlet doesn't been it's not original. The Hunger Games was based off of Greek mythology, but that doesn't mean anything.
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Level 57
Jul 27, 2017
Lion King has way more similarities with Hamlet than Hunger Games does with Greek mythos. The whole murderous uncle scenario is clearly derived from King Claudius, Timon and Pumbaa are Disneyfied Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, etc. The film also takes the lost lion prince motif and several cinematic cues from Kimba the White Lion. Also at least one previous Disney film, the Aristocats, is way more original in story. It was inspired by a children's book about kittens in New York city, but the plot itself was completely furnished by Disney writers.
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Level 27
Aug 14, 2012
Original is spelled wrong.
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Level 20
May 8, 2013
lol the only hyena I could think of was Ed
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Level 67
May 14, 2014
wildebeest is spelt wrong. Check for yourself!
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Level 30
Jun 18, 2014
Ok, I typed in at least 20 different combinations and spellings of "Bonzai, Shenzi, and Ed" What was I doing wrong? Does it really have to be that specific with commas and the "and", while "africa" automatically corrects to "pride rock"?

Take it from someone who can literally speak each word along with the movie and has watched it 100+ times at least, Zazu is actually quite intelligent. I honestly have no clue why you would assume he's not. This line alone: "Betrothed, intended, affianced!" When Zazu is telling Nala and Simba they are going to be married. This has been said but also it was loosely based on Hamlet.

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Level 22
Jul 28, 2014
Elton John and Tim Rice didn't write the soundtrack, they wrote the songs. Hans Zimmer wrote the soundtrack.
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Level 14
Apr 11, 2016
Can you please accept 'The Pride Lands' for " where does the movie take place#2 as it does not just take place at pride rock
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Level 62
Apr 20, 2017
It wouldn't accept "Whoopie" instead of "Whoopi"? Seriously?
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Level 57
Jul 27, 2017
Wildebeest is spelled incorrectly and the animal is also frequently called a gnu. Also, "The Pridelands" would be a more concise answer than "Pride Rock", which is a specific location within the Pridelands and, though many important scenes take place there, arguably isn't the setting for most of the movie.