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Best Pixar Short Animation Film You Need To See

#11 One Man Band, a Pixar Short Animation

One Man Band was released in theaters before Cars and features two characters named Bass and Treble who vie for a coin from a girl. Eventually, the two try to work together rather than apart. One Man Band, Animation by Pixar.

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      #12 Blue Umbrella (2013), A Pixar Animated Short Film

      The beauty of The Blue Umbrella is its photo-realistic animation. The creator said he got the idea of the story when he found an abandoned umbrella on the street and imagined its backstory. It released before the theatrical premiere of Monsters University. Blue Umbrella (2013), A Pixar Animated Short Film.

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          #13 Tin Toy (1988), a Pixar Short Animation Film

          Tin Toy (1988), Written and directed by John Lasseter in 1988, Tin Toy is the first time a computer-animated short film won the Academy Award. Though it now looks extremely dated, it’s another great example of Pixar’s humble beginnings and its early inspiration for making Toy Story. Tin Toy (1988), a Pixar Short Animation Film.

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              #14 Luxo Jr. a Pixar Short Animation

              Luxo Jr. released in 1986, is officially the first short under the Pixar Animation Studios' name. Directed by John Lasseter, “Luxo” would eventually become a part of Pixar’s opening credits screen.

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                  #15 For the Birds, Academy Award Winning Short Animation

                  For the Birds, Directed by Ralph Eggleston, For the Birds was attached to the Monsters, Inc. theatrical release. It tells the story of birds on a power line and one bird that looks goofy and silly. It won the Academy Award in its category that year. Also, here’s a fun fact, there’s a boat called For the Birds in Finding Nemo. For the Birds, Academy Award Winning Short Animation.

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