Funny Disney Movie Quotes that will Surely Make you Laugh
Disney movies are not only fun and magical for children, these funny Disney movie quotes also show how humorous animated films can be for kids and adults alike. From classic movies made in the 1960’s to more recent films, Disney has produced some great one-liners. Here are a few of the most memorably funny Disney quotes.
“Boy, what I softshell I’m turning out to be.” Sebastian the crab utters this funny Disney movie quote after he agrees to help Ariel win over a prince in “The Little Mermaid.” Sebastian provides much of the comic relief for the movie with one-liners like this.
“I didn’t make it all the way through third grade for nothing.” This funny Disney movie quote is spoken by in the villain McLeach in the movie, “The Rescuers Down Under.” The antagonist provides much comic relief in an adventurous film set in the Outback of Australia.
“What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?” Timon from “The Lion King” makes this sarcastic suggestion to get away from a dangerous pack of hyenas. The next scene cuts to Timon actually performing the silly stunt.
“Can we call you Al, or maybe just Din? Or how about Laddie?” The Genie asks this of Aladdin in Disney’s “Aladdin” after he has discovered and rubbed the magical lamp. Aladdin replies to the Genie that “I must have hit my head harder than I thought.”
“Sounds like your basic DID: Damsel in Distress.” Phil the satyr directs this funny Disney movie quote to Hercules in Disney’s animated action flick, “Hercules.” The movie makes fun of many past Disney hero clichés.
“Somebody should find that poor animal and put it out of its misery.” Prince Eric delivers this funny Disney movie quote during a romantic scene with Ariel that is interrupted by the seagull Scuttle’s horrible singing in “The Little Mermaid.”
“What are you lookin’ at, ya hockey puck?” Mr. Potato Head delivers this funny Disney Pixar movie quote to a poor hockey puck in the toy room in the original “Toy Story”. He is mad because he made a Picasso impression with his many potato parts and no one got the reference.
“Fiddlesticks! Feed the birds and what have you got? Fat birds!” Mr. Dawes attempts to tell young Michael about what is important in life in this funny Disney movie quote from “Mary Poppins.” He directs the boy to invest in a bank rather than use a coin to buy food for the birds.