2003 Annual Disney Trivia Quiz Answers
For those of you who were playing along at home, here are the answers for 2003's Annual Disney Trivia Quiz questions.
- Gaston's pocket
- 37 (24 on Wednesdays)
- Because the name of the show location, "Club Buzz," is a noun phrase, not an imperative command
- In excess of a quarter of a million pounds (without feathers)
- You'd be arrested
- Her hairdresser
- 18 cents/share
- Mr. T, the Backstreet Boys, Cher
- Blue with an ochre fringe
- Nala's podiatrist
- The Republic of Qua tar
- Walt Disney, until 1964, after which time Sonny Bono
- Trick question: Stromboli actually has the largest capacity
- Some kind of snow cone
- Amnesty International
- Snow White and Sleeping Beauty (the video is currently illegal in most of the civilized world, and unavailable for sale to minors everywhere else)
- Timon's backside
- 20,000 Leagues Up in a Tree (get it?)
- The price of churros
- Her umbrella
- Donald "Duck" Dunn and Clarence "Ducky" Nash
- Orange juice
- The Protocols of the Elders of Zion
- The outcome would have been significantly the same, with the major difference being that Kennedy's reputation would have been preserved at the expense of Castro's government
- Some guy named Bart
- Mexican print dresses and kryptonite
- Alice's cat's bow's maker's watermark
- More than three thousand pounds of beef and pork byproducts
- The Empire State Building (by 50%)
- Money. Just plain money.
- Disney dollars were taken off the gold standard
- Some kind of unidentifiable growth
- Accusations of subliminal dope smuggling
- Mickey Mouse, although there is some debate over the possibility that Minnie might have taken the position on two occasions but remained largely undetected due to the confusion and her talent for imitation
- Because if they do, they'll be out of a job
- A "Martian" invasion
- Because it's a family film
- Jessica Rabbit in Playboy
- Under The Rescuers Down Under
- His mother (leading to a painful divorce)
- A virus
- The aftermath of the World War II, leading to a global shortage, rationing, and, eventually, Disneyland's first "E ticket" attraction
- He was computerized!
- Eaten by the Big Bad Wolf
- Her "coon skin cap"
- 13,228 light bulbs
- A two-megaton device in a package addressed to the corporate offices of Dreamworks
- He died
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