Animated movies started off as a form of entertainment to appeal to children, but they’ve evolved to meet the demands of adults too. Many cartoon films are now created with adults in mind as the target audience. Others will cater to both adults and children by having basic plotlines and weaving in subtle jokes and references that adults will enjoy. From G ratings to R and beyond, they span the spectrum. Test your movie trivia knowledge of cartoons and animated films with our trivia questions and answers found below. Perhaps you’ll ace the quiz, or you may learn some things along the way. Enjoy!
Humorous Phases of Funny Faces is generally credited as the first animated movie. It was released in 1906 and was directed by James Stuart Blackton.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It was released in 1937 and was based on the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm.
The Lion King (2019) remake holds the number one spot. It brought in $1,657,713,459 in worldwide sales.
The Nine Lives Of Fritz The Cat was the first to receive an R rating. With a plotline that centers around a sexually active cat who enjoys drugs it seems fitting. Its prequel, Fritz the Cat, which came out in 1972 was the first animated film to receive an X rating. Probably best to shield the kiddos from these films.
Toy Story, which came out in 1995, wowed viewers with an entirely new form of graphics. Since then Pixar has gone on to release a multitude of other highly successful movies including The Incredibles, Ratatouille, and Finding Nemo.
Alexander Gould is the original voice behind Nemo.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse which was released in 2018 is computer animated and features the Marvel Comics character, Miles Morales.
Cars, which was released in 2006 by Pixar Animation Studios.
Warner Animation Group produced the computer animated sci fi comedy film which was released in 2014.
Up, which was released in 2009, features the main character Carl Fredricksen, tying thousands of balloons to his house in an effort to fly in the sky and see South America.
Shaun the Sheep Movie, which was released in 2015, was based on a eponymous television series, and the series was based off of a Wallet and Grommit film titled, A Close Shave.
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