The witch from Pixar's Brave (2012) uses magical illustrations to tell the legend of a power-obsessed prince who sought a magic spell that would allow him to wrest control of a kingdom from... See full summary »
Dawn, the forest. André is waking up. Soon, Wally is taunting him. André points the other way and, with Wally temporarily distracted, runs off. Wally quickly catches on and chases André... Written by
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The modeling program used at the time could only produce simple geometric designs (cones, cubes, spheres). John Lasseter wanted a flexible pear shape for the characters' bodies, as is found in most cartoon characters. Eventually a teardrop shape was achieved by stretching the point of a sphere to infinity. See more »
[This goof only happened in its original SIGGRAPH release]
Throughout most of the film, the characters were incomplete and made of pencil test line drawings over the completed backgrounds. This was corrected when re-released. See more »
This is not only the best short made by Pixar Animation Studios, it is also the best production made by it! I also think that the short was very short, it only lasts 2 minutes, it should last at least like 3, but it was still awesome! The Adventures of André and Wally B. is a new great adventure full of fun for all family! This is also the funniest Pixar production, it is even funnier than "Geri's Game" and "Knick Knack"! I personally think that the only good full-length Pixar movies are A Bug's Life, Monsters Inc., Cars, Up, Brave, and Monster University, so personally I think that better than the films the best Pixar productions are their awesome shorts!
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