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Best Pixar Short Animation Film You Need To See

#16 Burn-E, Animated short film by Pixar Animation Studios

Intersecting within the Wall-E film, Burn-E is a short that follows the character of the same name, an engineering robot, to fix the damage done to the ship. It takes on a similar style and animation as Wall-E and was released on home video. Burn-E, Animated short film by Pixar.

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      #17 Partly Cloudy, A Pixar Animated Short Film

      Partly Cloudy originally played before the theatrical release of Up, and is directed by Peter Sohn, the voice of Emile in Ratatouille. About a world of cloud people who create cuddly and cute things, one cloud gets the horrible job of creating not so cuddly things and is teamed up with a not-so-happy stork. Partly Cloudy, A Pixar Animated Short Film.

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          #18 Knick Knack, by Pixar Animated Short Film

          Knick Knack was originally made in 1989 but re-released before Finding Nemo. In its humble style, it features a snowman trapped behind a snowglobe. He desperately wants to get out to be with a girl knick-knack on a beach. The comedy focuses heavily on irony and bad luck for the protagonist who can’t seem to catch a break. Knick Knack, by Pixar Animated Short Film.

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              #19 Lava Animated Music Video by Pixar Studios

              Lava, A more recent short film, Lava played before Inside Out in theaters and followed a giant volcano wishing to have his love back with him again. It broke from traditional Pixar norms of little to no dialogue in their shorts and rather had the volcano tell the story through song. Lava Animated Music Video by Pixar.

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                  #20 Lifted, a Pixar Animated Short Film

                  Lifted Animated short film was Directed by Academy-Award winning Gary Rydstrom, Lifted follows two green aliens trying to abduct a human from his home but continue to fail at every turn. It debuted before the release of Ratatouille. Animation by Fixer.

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