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Knick Knack (1989) Poster

(1989)

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The film was completely rebuilt and re-rendered for release in theaters preceding Finding Nemo (2003). In this version, the girl on the "Miami" knick knack and the mermaid in the fish bowl have undergone a breast reduction, and the mermaid is now wearing a seashell bra rather than just starfish pasties, presumably to make the short more family friendly. However, both of the knick knacks can be seen in their "uncensored" form briefly in Toy Story 2 (1999).
Whenever John Lasseter and Nancy Lasseter go anywhere on vacation, she always makes a point of buying a snow globe from that particular place. It was from this practice that the initial idea for the film was born.
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Bobby McFerrin recorded the soundtrack to a rough cut with dummy credits that only read "blah-blah", so he ad-libbed some blah-blah-blahs for this portion. John Lasseter enjoyed this and kept them in.
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Bobby McFerrin's music is now used by BUPA Health Insurance for their telephone waiting system.
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Shown with the theatrical release of Finding Nemo (2003) and the 2006 Disney Digital 3-D theatrical re-release of The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993).
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Originally shown in 3-D at the 1988 SIGGRAPH Animation Show.
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This is the last Pixar short film to made until 1997 when Pixar made "Geri's Game".
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