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Knick Knack ()


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A snow globe snowman wants to join the other travel souvenirs in a hot party, but the glass dome that surrounds him gets in his way, despite all his efforts.

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Directed by

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John Lasseter

Written by

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John Lasseter ... (writer)

Music by

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Bobby McFerrin

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Bob Edwards ... with help from
Gary Rydstrom ... sound by
David Slusser ... with help from

Animation Department

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Tony Apodaca ... animator
Don Conway ... animator
Craig Good ... animator
Ralph Guggenheim ... animator
John Lasseter ... animator
Yael Milo ... animator
Eben Ostby ... animator
Flip Phillips ... animator
William Reeves ... animator
Deirdre Warin ... animator

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Eben Ostby ... technical director

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Steve Jobs ... very special thanks

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Also Known As
  • Knickknack (United States)
  • Bibelot (Canada, French title)
  • Szklana pułapka (Poland)
  • Suveniri (Croatia)
  • Nippfelkelés (Hungary)
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  • 4 min
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Trivia 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). See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Toy Story 2 (1999). See more »
Crazy Credits Filmed entirely on location. See more »

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