Awesome Pixar Facts


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1. "The Incredibles" used four times as many locations as any other Pixar film.
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2. Pixar sent a DVD of "UP" to a 10 year old girl with cancer, who was too sick to see it in theater. She died 7 hours later.
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3. One of the three original founders of Pixar was once fired from Disney for trying to create 3D cartoon images.
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4. The entire Pixar staff had to take a graduate class in Fish Biology before making the Finding Nemo movie.
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5. Pixar credits its success to its anti-Disney approach: no songs, no happy village, no love story.
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6. 2014 was the first year in nine years that Pixar did not release a new film.
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7. John Ratzenberger has voiced a character in every Pixar film.
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8. Pixar has never released a film that made less than $150 million in the US.
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9. Pixar sent a DVD of "UP" to a 10 year old girl with cancer, who was too sick to see it in theater. She died 7h later.
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10. Pixar has a school for their employees to learn more about filmmaking called Pixar University - PU.

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