100+ AWESOME Spanish Cartoons From Disney

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 There are so many amazing animated series to watch in Spanish- and Disney Plus definitely has some of the best content around. I’ve explained how to change the audio on Spanish cartoons on Disney Plus here. You can also use Spanish subtitles, which is helpful for teachers and those trying to learn Spanish!

Today I’m sharing this big list of Disney Spanish cartoons. I’ve also got a small list at the end of Disney cartoons that AREN’T in Spanish, which I think is helpful too. Also -this is just a list of what is there- I haven’t vetted every single one.

I’ve broken these Spanish cartoons up into several lists, two of which I’ve classified as “Younger Children” and “Older Children.” I’ve classified them by using the rating system on Disney Plus, but not by my own personal standards- which are a little more stringent. 

When in doubt, you can also get a second opinion on these Spanish cartoons from Common Sense Media, which gives age-based ratings on all types of content with explanations of why they have made the determination.

Also- I love to check Disney Latino once in a while for games, songs, and other free content being offered by Disney in Latin America.

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Old School Spanish Cartoons- Disney

These are the original old-school versions of many shows- like I grew up with. The old style of animation, some political incorrectness, and lots of great memories. 

  1. Adventures of the Gummy Bears
  2. Doug – I LOVED Doug when I was in high school! Quintessential 90’s cartoon.
  3. Bonkers – Funny
  4. Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers – This is a fun one to watch before going to Disneyland
  5. Darkwing Duck – A cult favorite
  6. Duck Tales – Who didn’t love Duck Tales?
  7. Marvel Future Avengers – Comic book lovers unite
  8. Gargoyles – I have no recollection of this one
  9. Iron Man – Again- comic book
  10. Marvel Comics Spiderman – Another one I never watched but my husband did growing up in Costa Rica 
  11. The Incredible Hulk – lean, mean, green
  12. Marvel X Men – More action! 
  13. The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh – I love this one and the Spanish is so great! Perfect to pair with AA Milne’s books
  14. Spiderman Unlimited – So much Spiderman!
  15. Spiderman Amazing Friends – Even more Spiderman!
  16. Spider-Woman – The girl version
  17. Tale Spin – I have the BEST memories of watching this with my brother
  18. The Emperor’s New School – Fun music, sort of like Aladdin
  19. The Little Mermaid – Based on the movie and a hit with Disney Princess fans
  20. Timon y Pumbaa – A precursor to The Lion Guard. Funny.

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Spanish Cartoon Shorts

The shorts are a series of episodes (usually not more than 7 episodes) that are between 5-7 minutes. I definitely use these Spanish cartoons when brushing and fixing hair. 

  1. Frozen LEGO Northern Lights– I mean, Frozen and LEGO? Perfect.
  2. Elena of Avalor– The Disney princess!
  3. Marvel Ant-Man
  4. Avengers Secret Wars  
  5. Big City Greens
  6. Big Hero 6 – Fans of the movie will love this show
  7. Duck Tales – A remake of the cult classic
  8. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
  9. LEGO: Star Wars All-Stars
  10. LEGO: Star Wars The Resistance Rises
  11. LEGO Star Wars the Freemaker Adventures
  12. Marvel Super Hero Adventures
  13. Minnie’s Bow Tunes – My kids cannot get enough of this show
  14. Playtime with Puppy Dog Pals – Adorable
  15. Marvel Rocket and Groot – A nice introduction to Groot for young kids
  16. Marvel Spiderman 
  17. Star Wars Forces of Destiny
  18. Star Wars Rebels
  19. Tangled Shortcuts – These are absolutely hilarious

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Spanish Cartoons For Young Children (Disney Junior)

I love Disney Junior because I am never offended by the content and the Spanish is really accessible even for kids who are struggling with fluency (ie, reluctant bilinguals).

  1. Fancy Nancy – I LOVE how she uses French and synonyms. Great for vocabulary building.
  2. Doc McStuffins – This is a great show to watch and then play pet hospital
  3. Handy Manny – Fun for construction vocabulary
  4. Lion Guard – My kids ADORE this and it pairs nicely with the DisneyNature movies
  5. Winnie the Pooh – Perfect for before bed
  6. Henry Hugglemonster – We aren’t a huge fan of this one
  7. Jake and the Neverland Pirates – Never seen it- need to try!
  8. Disney Junior Nursery Rhymes – Also great for before bed
  9. Disney Legend of the Three Caballeros – Fun little old Mexico-themed show
  10. Lilo & Stitch – So fun, especially if your kids like the movie
  11. Little Einsteins – For really little kids- if you choose to do screentime with them. I know this show has gone in and out of controversy over the past years.
  12. Muppet Babies – Also for really little kids but when mine are super tired they love to watch it and act like they are babies- just like the animal friends on the show
  13. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse – Classic Disney
  14. Mickey and the Roadster Racers – My kids LOVE this show!
  15. Muppet Babies Show and Tell – Beyond adorable
  16. Puppy Dog Pals – Also great to watch and then engage in pet veterinary play
  17. Sheriff and Callie’s Wild West – We have yet to watch but it looks adorable
  18. The Lion Guard – Our FAVORITE Spanish show around here
  19. Vampire Ghoul Girls Rock – We don’t really watch this one- I’m not a big fan
  20. Vampirina – My kids really enjoy this one

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Spanish Cartoons for Older Kids (2nd grade and up)

We haven’t watched most of these Spanish cartoons because my kids aren’t quite old enough- in my opinion. You’ll more than likely recognize all the titles!

  1. Elena of Avalor – she’s Latina and speaks Spanish anyway so this is a great one to have the Spanish version
  2. The Little Mermaid
  3. Amphibia
  4. Marvel Avengers Assemble
  5. Avengers
  6. Avengers United They Stand
  7. Big City Greens
  8. Big Hero 6 
  9. Billy Dilly’s Subterranean Summer 
  10. Disney Descendants Dark World 
  11. Hercules
  12. Fish Hooks
  13. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
  14. Ironman Armored Adventures
  15. Tangled the Series
  16. Kim Possible
  17. LEGO: Star Wars All-Stars
  18. LEGO: Star Wars Droid Tales
  19. LEGO Star Wars the Freemaker Adventures
  20. Marvel Rising: Initiation
  21. Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man
  22. Disney’s Mighty Ducks Animated Series
  23. Milo Murphy’s Law
  24. PJ Masks – This is AWESOME and the Spanish is great
  25. Phineas and Ferb
  26. Quack Pack
  27. The Proud Pals (teenage)
  28. Randy Cunningham 9th Grade Ninja
  29. Recess
  30. Replacements
  31. Spiderman Series 2017
  32. The Simpsons
  33. Star Wars Rebels
  34. Star Wars Resistance
  35. Clone Star Wars
  36. Star vs The Forces of Evil
  37. The Super Hero Squad
  38. Tangled the Series – a family favorite
  39. Teacher’s Pet
  40. Tron Uprising
  41. Marvel’s Ultimate Comics

Related post: Cartoons in Spanish on Netflix

NOT in Spanish

These cartoons are not in English and Spanish- just English. It’s helpful to know this before you hand your device over to the kids and tell them they can pick. Because inevitably, they pick something that’s not even in Spanish. 

  1. 101 Dalmatian Street
  2. Bluey
  3. The Book of Once Upon A Time
  4. Fantastic Four
  5. Mickey Mouse Shorts
  6. Miles From Tomorrowland
  7. My Friends Tigger and Pooh
  8. Silver Surfer
  9. Spiderman Series (1981)
  10. Wolverine and the X-Men
  11. X-Men Revolution

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