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What is Mr Incredible's real name?

Bob Parr (probably). In the wedding scene (prior to his family being taken into witness protection) we see him using the name Robert Parr. Minister: Robert Parr, will you have this woman to be your ...
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How is the Mary Poppins Sequel legal when the author denied a sequel?

Disney were keen to make a follow-up to Mary Poppins as early as 1982 but the movie ended up in a glorious legal mess because of legal clauses on both sides that required creative agreement from both ...
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Has Donald Duck ever had any love interest besides Daisy?

Yes, and no... Donald Duck's first love interest was Donna Duck, first appearing in the Don Donald 1937 short film. Click image to enlarge. However, this is where things get confusing. Whilst she ...
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Will the Genie be blue?

The genie will be (mostly) blue and CGI. Straight from the horse's mouth: BAM!! First look at the Genie 🧞‍♂️, Princess Jasmine, and #Aladdin! Check Me Rockin’ the Top Knot Ponytail Vibes in @...
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Why can't Maui float?

For the record, Maui is perfectly capable of swimming in human form (and seems both reasonably buoyant and pretty confident of his chances of swimming at least a mile) but it seems unlikely that even ...
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Identify a comic where Scrooge McDuck was protected against a beam because he went swimming in his money

This is Uncle Scrooge #08, The Mysterious Stone Ray The device was a petrification ray, developed to defend the island by a Professor from Duckburg trying to perfect a recipe for fumeless cabbages
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Has Darkwing Duck ever met Scrooge McDuck?

Darkwing Duck and Scrooge McDuck have met on several occasions. In The Legend of the Chaos God (1994) Scrooge hires Darkwing Duck to recover an artifact. At the end he and Darkwing are seen in the ...
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Is Elastigirl's body shape her natural shape, or did she choose it?

Aside from the reason stated in the other answer of her needing force/to concentrate to be stretching we can also infer it’s her natural state from another reason. Every time we see her unstretch she ...
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Is Elastigirl's body shape her natural shape, or did she choose it?

The image provided with the question looks to supply the answer. In that scene, Elastigirl appears not entirely happy with her shape in the new skintight costume. (It's been a few years and three ...
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Why did Scrooge accept the $10,000 deal for the Anaconda Copper Mine in Don Rosa's 1993 comic "The Raider of the Copper Hill"?

I think you've hit the nail on the head. Scrooge is a lone prospector who's just gotten very lucky with the help of an obscure legal ruling and a lot of support from a wealthy patron who happens to ...
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How many genies are there in Disney's Aladdin canon?

Looking through the full list of Aladdin characters, the genies that we see on screen are Genie, Evil Genie, Jafar, and Eden. While we know that Jafar was originally human before wishing to become a ...
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Who are these 'Incredibles' superheroes?

A few of the 'supers' in the pictures are identifiable; Frozone by his distinctive ice trail, Dynaguy by his helmet crest and Meta-Man by his trademark pose. The others depicted don't appear in the ...
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What is Mr Incredible's real name?

I believe that the answer is as simple as that his name really is Bob Parr and there is no evidence that it has changed. The witness relocation issue really isn't that much of a problem because ...
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What factors led to Disney retconning Star Wars Legends in favor of the new Disney Canon?

Keeping the EU canon would have alienated the intended audience. While there are a lot of diehard Star Wars fans who love the EU, they are vastly outnumbered by the number of people who have only ever ...
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Is there any mention in the entire Peter Pan franchise of a cyclical history?

I'm not sure about the Disney franchise, but this is alluded to in the book Peter Pan by J M Barrie. In the final chapter we learn how Wendy has grown up, and instead Peter comes to collect her ...
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Bad girls at Pleasure Island/Toyland?

The situation is ambiguous, at least for the novel, as whether it's just boys, or boys and girls, depends on the translation. Children (depending upon the translation of the original Italian, the ...
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Bad girls at Pleasure Island/Toyland?

In addition to FuzzyBoots's answer, some other details about the original novel. The adventure in the Land of Toys happens in chapters 30 to 33 of "Le avventure di Pinocchio". In these chapters, ...
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Who is this tsum tsum?

This character is Jack Skellington's buttocks. The proof is in the puzzle 70 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle Prism Art Petit Disney "Tsum Tsum" - The Buttocks which shows the backside of many of your favorite ...
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When did Ursula live at the palace, and why was she exiled?

According to the song "I Want the Good Times Back" from the Broadway musical version of The Little Mermaid, Ursula is Triton's sister. On their father's death, he divided the kingdom equally ...
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What factors led to Disney retconning Star Wars Legends in favor of the new Disney Canon?

It's important to remember that Lucas made Star Wars canon up as he went along (major example of that in the movies themselves here). Lucas himself even made things that are no longer canon (and that ...
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Are Darkwing Duck and Ducktales set in the same universe?

According to the creator of Darkwing Duck, Tad Stones, the show exists within an alternate universe from Duck Tales. He goes on to state that though Launchpad first appeared in DuckTales, the ...
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Old animated Disney movie that explained math problems

I think this might be what you remember: Donald in Mathmagic Land Specifically, it goes into things like the Golden Ratio and pentagrams. In fact, From the description in the wiki, it seems like the ...
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What does this code from DuckTales mean?

It was intended to be a message, but the art department didn't do it according to the Director's tweet: In the Storyboard, Artist Ben Holm made the binary to read “Remember Number 4” implying that ...
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Trying to identify a short story about Disney characters in a post-apocalyptic world

This sounds like "Heirs of the Perisphere" by Howard Waldrop, published in 1985 in Playboy rather than Omni, and even nominated for a Nebula Award. It starts pretty much as you remember it, ...
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What were the wishes Disney's Aladdin made?

Aladdin's three wishes are: "Genie, I wish for you to make me a prince" - 43:55 "Genie, I want you to save my life" - 1:01:00 "I wish for your freedom" - 1:19:30 For ...
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Burbank reference in Donald Duck comics

The reason they keep referring to Burbank is because that is where Walt Disney Studios (among a few others) is located.
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Sci-fi show marketed towards teens about a blonde girl living on some kind of space station

Could this be Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century? The year is 2049 and Zenon Kar is a 13-year-old girl who lives with her family on an Earth-orbiting space station
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When did Ursula live at the palace, and why was she exiled?

The Disney Press story Poor Unfortunate Soul: A Tale of the Sea Witch gives us a version of Ursula's back-story which includes her childhood and time at court prior to her expulsion. In brief, Ursula ...
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Disney live-action film involving a boy who invents a bicycle that can do super-jumps

Sounds like Ask Max (1986): A 12-year-old genius, poor Max is a washout socially. To impress his girl friend, he sells the design of his latest invention-a jumping bike-to a major toy company. It’s ...
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