Will you be able to find in which animated classics from Disney studios we find these flowers? Test your knowledge with our quiz. Warning, high difficulty!
Do you like Disney animated classics and botany? Do the flowers and characters that populate the animated feature films of Enchanted Studios have any secrets for you? Do you know Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, The Jungle Book or Lady and the Tramp by heart?
The time has come to prove that you are an infallible and unbeatable fan, and to check that your memories are still intact by trying to answer our quiz without making the slightest mistake. From Mulan to Rapunzel via The Little Mermaid, will you be able to find in which films we find all these flowers? Warning, high difficulty!
DID YOU KNOW ?
The beauty and the Beast
In the west wing of the castle of the Beast, where the enchanted rose is kept under a glass bell, there are pieces of furniture in pieces and shredded paintings, but also what looks like animal carcasses. A particularly gloomy little detail that lets us imagine that the character, in his fits of rage, went so far as to devour his game raw.
Take a good look at the ceiling of the Canard Boiteux tavern during the song “I have a dream” sung by the princess. If you open your eyes, you can see Pinocchio, installed on an exposed beam.
The little Mermaid
As is the case in each of their feature films, the two directors John Musker and Ron Clements (who also signed Aladdin, Hercules, Treasure Planet, The Princess and the Frog or even Moana) make a small animated cameo at the end of The Little Mermaid. We can indeed see them among the wedding guests, in the last part of the feature film.