QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About Classic Film and TV Animals?

Most of us can’t resist a good animal movie or TV show. So, c’mon, let’s test your knowledge of some of the classics.

The black cat with a supernatural mission in “Hocus Pocus” is called:

What children’s show/movie from the 1960s is the basis for “The Lion King,” according to some?

In the film “You Never Can Tell,” Rex, the poisoned German shepherd, comes back to Earth as a human. He passes himself off as:

Rex’s true nature is almost revealed in “You Never Can Tell” when:

Pyewacket in “Bell, Book and Candle” is a witch’s familiar. He is:

In “Rhubarb,” an eccentric millionaire leaves the following to his dog-chasing red tabby:

Orangey, the cat who played Rhubarb, went on to do other films and even some TV, including:

“Ring of Bright Water” follows the adventures of a London writer who moves to Scotland with an otter he bought in a pet store. The otter is named:

What is one of the big differences between Walt Disney’s “Bambi” and the novel by Felix Salten that it’s based on?


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