Inside Out Trivia Answers

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Question 1: Inside Out is a 2015 animated comedy coming-of-age Disney/Pixar film, released on June 19, 2015. It is Pixar’s _____th feature-length animated film.

Answer 1: Inside Out is a 2015 animated comedy coming-of-age Disney/Pixar film, released on June 19, 2015. It is Pixar’s 15th feature-length animated film.

Question 2: Inside Out is set inside the mind of an 11yr old girl named Riley and mainly centers around her personified emotions. Name as many emotions featured as you can. 

Question 2: Inside Out is set inside the mind of an 11yr old girl named Riley and mainly centers around her personified emotions. The main emotion characters are Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger, and Fear.

Question 3: Pixar first revealed the following information on the upcoming film at D23 Expo 2011: 

From director ____________ comes an inventive new film that explores a world that everyone knows, but no one has seen: inside the human mind.

Answer 3: Pixar first revealed the following information on the upcoming film at D23 Expo 2011: 

From director Pete Docter comes an inventive new film that explores a world that everyone knows, but no one has seen: inside the human mind.

Star Wars trivia answers

It’s Monday and since it’s Star Wars Weekends season, today’s trivia is all about Star Wars! I’m currently reading the Chris Taylor book titled “How Star Wars Conquered The Universe” and have found some juicy nuggets of trivia within it. And since these may be a bit tricky, I’ve decided to make them multiple choice.

 

 

Question 1: When making A New Hope, Lucas decided that the Darth Vader actor David Prowse’s Devonshire accent just didn’t fit the role and brought in James Earl Jones to record Vader’s lines. How much was Jones compensated?

A: $1000
B: $7500
C: $5000
D: $10,000

Answer 1: Jones was paid a flat fee of $7500 for a single day’s worth of work.

 

Question 2: Ben Burtt was hired by Lucas as sound designer to go to the zoo and ask for what type of animal to be starved for a day and then have a bowl of milk and bread to be held under its nose so that it had enough hunger to produce an anguished roar that he could use, paired with a sea lion, to create a wookie’s roar?

A: Lion
B: Tiger
C: Mountain Lion
D: Bear

Answer: A hungry bear, paired with some creative sound mixing, was used to produce the now famous sound of a wookie’s roar.

 

Question 3: When convincing Alec Guinness to join the cast as Obi Wan Kenobi, he was offered the same amount of money as Lucas himself was receiving for writing and directing the film. How much did they each earn?

A: $100,000
B: $75,000
C: $150,000
D: $125,000

Answer: Both George Lucas and Alec Guinness each received $150,000 for their contributions to to the very first Star Wars movie. Guinness also received 2% of profit points.

 

So, how did you do? Thanks for playing along and check back this week for more Star Wars fun!! ~M °o°

Star Wars Trivia

It’s Monday and since it’s Star Wars Weekends season, today’s trivia is all about Star Wars! I’m currently reading the Chris Taylor book titled “How Star Wars Conquered The Universe” and have found some juicy nuggets of trivia within it. And since these may be a bit tricky, I’ve decided to make them multiple choice.

 

Question 1: When making A New Hope, Lucas decided that the Darth Vader actor David Prowse’s Devonshire accent just didn’t fit the role and brought in James Earl Jones to record Vader’s lines. How much was Jones compensated?

A: $1000
B: $7500
C: $5000
D: $10,000

 

 

Question 2: Ben Burtt was hired by Lucas as sound designer to go to the zoo and ask for what type of animal to be starved for a day and then have a bowl of milk and bread to be held under its nose so that it had enough hunger to produce an anguished roar that he could use, paired with a sea lion, to create a wookie’s roar?

A: Lion
B: Tiger
C: Mountain Lion
D: Bear

 

 

Question 3: When convincing Alec Guinness to join the cast as Obi Wan Kenobi, he was offered the same amount of money as Lucas himself was receiving for writing and directing the film. How much did they each earn?

A: $100,000
B: $75,000
C: $150,000
D: $125,000

Comment with your answers here or over on our fb post and be sure to come back tonight for the answers! ~M °o°

BIG Monday Trivia Answers

It’s time for our Monday trivia and since I’ll be talking about Big Hero 6 later this week, let’s see what all you know about this action-packed movie. 

Question #1: 

In Big Hero 6, what is Callaghan’s daughter’s name?

Answer: Abigail

Question #2: When Hiro is testing Baymax’s updated capabilities, what sweet treat does he ask Baymax for?

Answer: Gummy Bears! Yum!! 

Question #3: What character from another Disney movie appears in not one, but two different scenes?

Answer: Hans from Frozen appears in both the police station scene and the Baymax 2.0 reveal scene. In the first, he appears behind the cop on a wanted flyer. In the latter, he appears as the statue that Baymax destroys with his rocket arm. 

So, how’d you do? Thanks for playing along this week and stay tuned for more Big Hero 6 this week!! ~M ºoº

BIG Monday Trivia

It’s time for our Monday trivia and since I’ll be talking about Big Hero 6 later this week, let’s see what all you know about this action-packed movie. 

Question #1: In Big Hero 6, what is Callaghan’s daughter’s name?

Question #2: When Hiro is testing Baymax’s updated capabilities, what sweet treat does he ask Baymax for?

Question #3: What character from another Disney movie appears in not one, but two different scenes?

So, don’t be shy! Make sure to comment with your answers and check back later tonight to see how well you did! ~M ºoº

Today’s Trivia Answers

Question #1: Walt Disney animators studied the movement of fire ants for which Disney animated film? ~A °o°

Answer #1: Animators studied the movements of fire ants when designing the Microbots in Big Hero 6.

Question #2: According to the doorknob, why can’t Alice pass through the door in “Alice in Wonderland? ~S °o°

Answer #2: It’s “impassible”!
Question #3: From whom does Felix receive his magic hammer in the movie Wreck It Ralph? ~M °o°

Answer #3: In the song “Wreck It, Wreck It Ralph” we find out that Felix acquires the magic hammer from “his old man”.

Trivia Monday

It’s time for another Trivia Monday!! Can you answer all three animated questions??

 

Question #1: Walt Disney animators studied the movement of fire ants for which Disney animated film? ~A °o°

 

Question #2: According to the doorknob, why can’t Alice pass through the door in “Alice in Wonderland? ~S °o°

 

 

Question #3: From whom does Felix receive his magic hammer in the movie Wreck It Ralph? ~M °o°

Monday Trivia Answers

And here are today’s answers. Who all got them right?

Living With the Land

Question #1: Which company was the original sponsor of “The Land” when it first opened in Epcot?

Answer #1: Kraft ~S ºoº

Question #2: Walt Disney Imagineering spent six years researching, designing and building which Walt Disney World attraction?

Answer #2: Expedition Everest at Animal Kingdom. ~A ºoº

Question #3: Which recent Disney movie director opted to request the composer to write the music BEFORE he shot the scenes for the movie?

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Answer #3: James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy! Watch the dvd/blu-ray special features commentary by director James Gunn for more details. ~M ºoº

Thanks for playing along!!!

Monday Trivia Questions

Ready for more Disney trivia? And away we gooooooo!!!!

Question #1: Which company was the original sponsor of “The Land” when it first opened in Epcot?

Question #2: Walt Disney Imagineering spent six years researching, designing and building which Walt Disney World attraction?

Question #3: Which recent Disney movie director opted to request the composer to write the music BEFORE he shot the scenes for the movie?

You can comment with your answers below or over on our fb link! Good luck!!

Tuesday Trivia

Here are our trivia answers for today!

 

Question 1: What was the first roller coaster attraction at Walt Disney World? ~S °o°

 

Answer 1: The first roller coaster attraction was Space Mountain!

 

Question #2: Walt Disney World covers how many square miles of property? ~A °o°

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Answer #2: Walt Disney World cover 47 square miles of land!

 

Question #3: Name this Disney song. ~M ºoº

2014-10-07 14.55.20Answer #3: Don’t worry if you didn’t get this one! Just “Let It Go”! ^_^

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Thursday Trivia

It’s time for another round of trivia, and today’s trivia is straight from this past Tuesday’s ABC special on the making of Frozen. Did you manage to watch it? And no worries! Even if you didn’t, these will be fun to guess!!

 

Question #1: Josh Gad is the voice talent for Olaf. In the scene where they show him ad-libbing, he says “Hi! I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs. And for an extra flower, I’m also a ____________” So, what is he for that extra flower?? ~S °o°

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Answer #1: Josh Gad ad-libs that for an extra flower, Olaf is also a love expert!

 

Question #2: Which now famous Frozen song almost didn’t make it into the movie? ~A °o°

frozen question 2Answer #2: Can you believe that “Do You Want To Build A Snowman”  wasn’t added back in until right before its release?! I couldn’t imagine Frozen without it!

 

Question #3: In an early script of Frozen, Anna actually traveled to the Snow Queen to ask her to do what? ~M °o°

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Answer #3: In that early version, the girls were not related and Anna actually traveled to a blue-skinned Snow Queen to ask her to freeze her broken heart!

Trivia Tuesday

It’s time for today’s trivia answers!

Question #1: Have you ever been to the world and experienced not so awesome weather? We sure have! Good thing WDW is prepared for everything! What’s the name of the Magic Kingdom parade that only appears when the weather won’t cooperate?~S °o°

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Answer #1: The parade featured is called the “Rainy Day Cavalcade,” and, while I hope you never have the kind of weather we had that would cause you to see it, it is a fun parade!

Question #2: Disney is great about making magic happen in unexpected places. Where in the “World” would you be if a statue started talking to you, and who would it be? ~A °o°

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Answer #2: You can find a talking Goofy statue sitting on a bench on Main Street U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom, right outside of Tony’s Town Square Restaurant. Pretty cool, huh?

Question #3: Aaarrrhh!! Where in WDW be these pirates? ~M °o°

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Answer #3: They be right under the giant spittin’ Stitch at Downtown Disney’s World of Disney store.

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Trivia Thursday

It’s time for more Disney trivia!

 

Question #1: What was the code phrase used when Walt Disney was walking down the hallways by his employees (as a warning that the boss was around), and what Disney movie was it based on? ~A °o°

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Answer: “Man is in the forest” was the phrase used when Walt Disney arrived to work, and is based on the 1942 film “Bambi.” ~A °o°

 

Question #2: In Disney’s first full length animated feature “Snow White,” who is the first character to speak? ~S °o°

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Answer #2: The Evil queen is the first character to speak.

 

Question #3: Speaking of Snow White, it was the first animated feature-length movie to utilize Walt’s  own multiplane camera. It was not, however, the first animation to be shot entirely with this type of camera. Which Oscar-winning cartoon was first shot with this new technology? Bonus points if you can also state which feature-length animation was the first to fully feature this technology! (Snow White only had certain scenes shot with the multiplane).

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Answer #3: The first cartoon shot with Walt’s multiplane camera was called the Old Mill and won an oscar in 1937. The first feature-length film to fully utilize this camera was Pinocchio.

 

Hope you enjoyed this week’s trivia! 🙂 Check back next week for more fun!