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If BURN-E (a welding robot) had known how much trouble he'd be caused by WALL-E's pursuit of EVE, then he'd have taken the day off.

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Angus MacLane ...
BURN-E (voice)
Tessa Swigart ...
Maintenance Computer (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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WALL·E / M-O (uncredited) (voice)
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Captain (uncredited) (voice)
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EVE (uncredited) (voice)
MacInTalk ...
AUTO (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Angus MacLane

Written by

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Angus MacLane ... (story) &
Andrew Stanton ... (story) &
Derek Thompson ... (story)
 
Stephen King ... (characters) &
Brandon Onstott ... (characters) &
Jacob Speirs ... (characters) &
Raymond Wong ... (characters) (as Raymond V. Wong)

Produced by

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John Lasseter ... executive producer
Andrew Stanton ... executive producer
Galyn Susman ... producer

Music by

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J.A.C. Redford

Film Editing by

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Steve Bloom

Editorial Department

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Tim Fox ... first assistant editor
Katelin C. Holloway ... Management Assistant

Production Design by

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John Hee Soo Lee ... (as John Lee)

Production Management

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Paul Cichocki ... post-production manager
Sara Maher ... production manager
Eric Pearson ... post-production manager
Cynthia Slavens ... post-production manager

Art Department

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Anthony Christov ... production artist

Sound Department

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Ben Burtt ... voice designer
Barney Jones ... sound designer
Michael Wabro ... dubbing sound recordist
Ben Burtt ... sound designer (uncredited)
Dustin Cawood ... sound editor (uncredited)

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Dovi Anderson ... visual effects
Jeremy Birn ... lighting artist
Chris J. Chapman ... visual effects artist
Charu Clark ... lighting artist
Danielle Feinberg ... lighting consultant
Christopher Lee Fowler ... secret army
Seth Holladay ... visual effects artist
Patrick James ... matte paint lead / visual effects artist
Sungyeon Joh ... lighting artist
Paul Kanyuk ... visual effects
Liz Kapinski ... lighting artist (as Liz Kapinski Carter)
Sandra Ford Karpman ... visual effects artist (as Sandra Karpman)
Josée Lajoie ... set dresser
Alison Leaf ... set dressing artist
Ian Megibben ... lighting artist
Brandon Onstott ... digital artist
Andrew Pienaar ... master lighting artist
Sudeep Rangaswamy ... lighting lead
Kimberly Ross ... lighting artist
Afonso Salcedo ... lighting artist
Julien Schreyer ... lighting artist
David Shavers ... lighting artist
Kenneth Sullivan ... lighting technical director (as Ken Sullivan)
Paul Topolos ... visual effects artist
Enrique Vila ... visual effects artist
Bill Watral ... visual effects supervisor
Brad Winemiller ... supervising technical director

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Andrew Cadelago ... layout artist
Louis Clichy ... animator
Jonathen Collins ... animator
Craig Good ... post-animation camera
Ken Kim ... animator
Robert Kinkead ... layout artist
Michal Makarewicz ... animator
Bret 'Brook' Parker ... animator
Nickolas Rosario ... animator
Rob Duquette Thompson ... animator

Other crew

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Susan Bradley ... title designer
Sarah Chiappinelli ... production coordinator
Katelin C. Holloway ... management assistant

Thanks

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Mark Adams ... special thanks
Alexander Adell ... special thanks
Maxwell Brace IV ... special thanks (as Max Brace)
Stephan Vladimir Bugaj ... special thanks
Jim Capobianco ... special thanks
Ed Catmull ... special thanks
Ralph Eggleston ... special thanks
Brian Fee ... special thanks
Christopher Lee Fowler ... special thanks (as Chris Fowler)
Susan Frank ... special thanks
Seth Freeman ... special thanks
Lou Hamou-Lhadj ... special thanks
John Hazelton ... special thanks
Kentaro Hinoki ... special thanks
Steven Clay Hunter ... special thanks
Morgan Karadi ... special thanks
Timothy Kennelly ... special thanks
Michael Kilgore ... special thanks
Tashana Landray ... special thanks
Jeremy Lasky ... special thanks
Michael Lorenzen ... special thanks
Jim Morris ... special thanks
Victor Navone ... special thanks
Kevin O'Brien ... special thanks
Japeth Pieper ... special thanks
Jim Reardon ... special thanks
Rob Rieders ... special thanks
Mark T. VandeWettering ... special thanks (as Mark VandeWettering)
Athena Xenakis ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The adventures of BURN-E, a robot on the same ship as WALL-E and EVE. BURN-E's main job is fixing damaged machinery. He pretty much spends his entire day welding (hence his name). His daily routine is severely disrupted due to WALL-E and EVE's romance, as this causes all sorts of mishaps with the spaceship. Not only are his work and routine disrupted but one such mishap results in him being locked out of the spaceship. From there all manner of adventures ensue. Written by grantss

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Also Known As
  • БЕРН-И (Russia)
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  • 8 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia "BURN-E" stands for Basic Utility Repair Nano Engineer. See more »
Goofs At the beginning, a tiny meteor is shown to be the initial cause of the mayhem, flaming as it comes in. This would not happen in outer space, as the flaming is caused by the friction between material and an atmosphere, it would look like just a rock. At supersonic speed. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from WALL·E (2008). See more »
Soundtracks Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 (Ode to Joy) See more »
Crazy Credits After the credits end, SUPPLY-R taps BURN-E on the shoulder and comforts him with "There, there". See more »

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