List of Pixar film references

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Beginning with Red's Dream and its references to previous Pixar short films, Pixar has included references in its films to other works produced by the studio.[1] These have included cameo appearances, references to characters, objects, and titles of works. Additionally, such easter eggs or in-jokes can refer to Pixar staff, associates, or places or events from the company's past. Lastly, some items, such as A113, Pizza Planet or actor John Ratzenberger have appeared in the majority of Pixar films, establishing a set of traditions that subsequent Pixar films try to include.

The following is a list of all documented self-referential nods contained within Pixar films and shorts that the various filmmakers have incorporated into their movies.

Traditions

A113

Main article: A113

A113 is an Easter egg that has been inserted into several animated television shows and feature films[1] as a homage to a classroom at CalArts, the alma mater of Pixar/Disney executive John Lasseter and director Brad Bird, among others. Bird was the first to use the A113 Easter egg,[2] on a car license plate in an animated segment entitled Family Dog in a 1987 episode of the television series Amazing Stories.

  • Toy Story trilogy - License plate number on Andy's mom's minivan, later replaced by a CUV in Toy Story 3.[3][4]
  • A Bug's Life - Code on cereal box as Flik enters the bug city.[5]
  • Toy Story 2 - Airport announcement for "LassetAir Flight A113" (also a reference to director John Lasseter).
  • Finding Nemo - Model code on camera used by scuba diver.[6]
  • The Incredibles - Room number in Syndrome's lair (not seen, only mentioned by Mirage).[7] Also, the prison level where Mr. Incredible is held is "Level A1" in Cell #13: A1 & 13.[8]
  • Cars - The number of the freight train that almost crashes into Lightning McQueen while he is first on his way to Radiator Springs.[9][10] It is also Mater's license plate in both the film and the related short film, Mater and the Ghost Light.[11]
  • Ratatouille - Git, the lab rat, has a tag on his left ear that reads "A113".[12]
  • WALL-E - A113 is the code for the directive given to the Axiom's autopilot to never return to Earth.[13][14] This has been the most extensive usage of the "A113" easter egg in the plot of a Pixar film.
  • Up - A113 is the number of the court room.[15]
  • Cars 2 - A113 is the number on Siddeley's tail.[16] A113 is also the number on Mater's license plate, and is part of the image number on the spy photo of Miles Axelrod's engine.
  • Brave - A113 is written in Roman numerals (ACXIII) above the entrance to the witch's shack.
  • Monsters University - A113 is the classroom of Scare 101.

John Ratzenberger

John Lasseter calls actor John Ratzenberger "Pixar's good luck charm", as Ratzenberger has played a role in each Pixar feature.[9][17]

Luxo Ball

A yellow ball with a blue stripe and a red star, which was first shown in the short Luxo, Jr., has been shown in several Pixar feature films and shorts, most prominently in the Toy Story franchise.

  • In Toy Story, a Luxo Ball rolls down the hallway of Andy's house as Sarge helps an "injured" soldier to an indoor plant.[citation needed]
  • One of Andy's friends bounces the Luxo Ball up the stairs to Andy's room.[citation needed]
  • When Buzz Lightyear demonstrates how he "flies" in Toy Story, he bounces off a Luxo Ball.[18]
  • In the accompanying "Animated Storybook" CD-ROM, a Luxo Ball appears on the page where Woody and Sid's toys thought of an escape plan (consisting of three separate minigames). It acts as an obstacle in Babyface's minigame (where Babyface had to steer the toys down the stairs, trying not to step on any obstacles).
  • In Toy Story 2, one Luxo Ball appears in a TV commercial for Al's Toy Barn.[5][19]
  • Several Luxo Balls can be seen when the toys enter Al's Toy Barn in Toy Story 2: when entering the store, one can be easily seen to the left;[20] when leaving, a whole container of Luxo Balls can be seen to the left.[citation needed]
  • A Luxo Ball is present in the Toy Story 3 teaser: Bullseye is rolling around on it and appearing as the "o" in the Toy Story logo.[citation needed]
  • A Luxo Ball appears in a trailer for Toy Story and Toy Story 2 double feature in Disney Digital 3-D.
  • In Boo's room in Monsters, Inc. When Boo returns to her room, she gives Sulley the ball.[18][21]
  • In the Incredibles short film Jack-Jack Attack.[18]
  • Falling out of Presto's sleeve in Presto.[22]
  • On the floor of a neighbor child's room[23] and on one of Russel's merit badges in Up.[15]
  • The ball's design pattern appeared on the floor of the circus ring in Red's Dream.[18]
  • In Toy Story 3, the Luxo Ball can be seen in a shelf above where Woody first meets the Chatter Telephone.[24] At the end the Luxo Ball can be seen getting played around with at Sunnyside Daycare in the Sandbox.[25] The pattern on the Luxo ball can also be seen on the wall outside Sunnyside Daycare.[26]
  • In Monsters University, the ball is seen drawn on the wall for a demonstration of how anything a child touches is toxic.

Pizza Planet

Pizza Planet is a fictional pizza restaurant that appears in Toy Story.[27] In the film, it is a large, sci-fi-themed restaurant with arcade games including robot guards at the entrance. The company runs a fleet of derelict Toyota Hilux pickup trucks (as evidenced by the inscription on the tailgate; it is a Toyota inscription with the first and last two letters, "TO" and "TA", worn off so it simply appears as "YO") with a rocket on the roof featuring the restaurant's logo, as seen in Toy Story, Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 (though in Toy Story 2, the truck model is called a "Gyoza" as seen on the owner's manual). There is a Pizza Planet reference in every Pixar feature film to date except for the film The Incredibles. Lee Unkrich has said that there is no Pizza Planet truck anywhere in The Incredibles.[18][28]

  • In Toy Story, Woody sees the truck at the gas station and tells Buzz it is a spaceship with hyper-active hyperdrive which they head on it to the restaurant itself.
  • In A Bug's Life, the truck appears in the scene where one insect warns another not to touch a motor home's bug zapper.[18] A Pizza Planet cup also appears in the Bug City.[5]
  • In Toy Story 2, Hamm, Buzz, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky and Rex use the truck to chase after Al to the airport.
  • In Monsters, Inc., when a redneck mother is beating Randall with a shovel, the truck is on the far left side of the screen. This is the same motor home that appeared in A Bug's Life.[18][29][30]
  • In Finding Nemo, while Gill is explaining his plan to escape from the dentist office, a yellow Pizza Planet truck drives by.[18][31]
  • In Cars, there is a Pizza Planet truck at the stadium for the final race. In fact, in this movie the Pizza Planet truck has eyes and a mouth (to stay matched with the other cars in the film). They[who?] have also released a diecast car of it.[18][32]
  • In Ratatouille, the Pizza Planet truck is briefly seen crossing the bridge over the Seine when Skinner is chasing Remy.[9][18][33]
  • In WALL-E, EVE scans the engine of a Pizza Planet truck for plant life shortly after her arrival on Earth, and shuts the hood afterwards.[34][35]
  • In Up, the Pizza Planet truck is seen on the street as Carl's house floats by, although the truck has more of a delivery van appearance than the actual truck in other films. An actual Pizza Planet truck can be seen in a parking lot when Carl has a fantasy of leaving Russell. At the end, when Carl takes Russell and Dug for ice cream, the real Pizza Planet truck can be seen parked.[15]
  • In Toy Story 3, the Pizza Planet truck is the vehicle that Lots-o-Huggin' Bear, Big Baby, and Chuckles rides on to get around Sunnyside Daycare. Pizza Planet is also seen as a calendar sponsor.[36]
  • In Cars 2, It is attending to the Radiator Springs Grand Prix. He also appears in the background of a triptych poster of the movie, in front of Buckingham Palace.
  • In Brave the Pizza Planet Truck appears as a wood carving in the witches cottage.[37] John Lasseter commented in an interview that although the story of Brave takes place in the past, they found a way to put the Pizza Planet Truck in the story.[38][39]
  • In Monsters University, the Pizza Planet truck is parked outside the first house party.

Pizza Planet restaurants at Walt Disney World's Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disneyland Paris are named after the site in the film and are designed to resemble it.

Companies

To avoid overt product placement in Pixar films, a series of fictional companies are used as placeholders. Some appear only in one franchise (such as fictional NASCAR sponsors in Cars) but others serve as recurring themes.

Buy n Large (BnL)

Buy n Large is a fictional company that first appeared in WALL-E that controlled all economic and government services on Earth.

  • WALL-E
    • Buy n Large logos are seen throughout the movie and the company president appears in a message to the captain of the Axiom.
  • Up
    • BnL logos are seen on the construction equipment surrounding Carl's house.[15]
  • Tokyo Mater
    • A jumbotron in Tokyo advertises a "lugnut in a cup".
  • Toy Story 3
    • Buzz Lightyear's batteries are "BnL Alkaline".[40]

Dinoco

Dinoco is a fictional oil company that first appeared in Toy Story as a small gas station. It plays a central role as a key race car sponsor in Cars, and made a small cameo in WALL-E.[27] The company's logo is a dinosaur, but with an Apatosaurus in Toy Story and a Tyrannosaurus in Cars (a reference to Sinclair Oil, which uses a similar dinosaur logo).

  • Toy Story
    • Andy's Mom goes to the gas station to fuel and it's where Woody and Buzz fight and were left behind.[41]
  • Cars
    • The company's branding uses a pale blue shade referred to as "Dinoco blue", originally created for Richard Petty's racecar. "The King" is portrayed with Dinoco branding as #43, a Plymouth Superbird. Dinoco is the most lucrative sponsor in the Piston Cup, a parody of NASCAR's Grand National driver's trophy series,[42] lending its name to the "Dinoco 400" race at the "Motor Speedway of the South", an enlarged Bristol Speedway. Its owner Tex is a loyal, longtime sponsor of The King #43, a veteran racer on the verge of retirement.[18] This corporate sponsorship is the primary trophy for which the race cars in Cars (film) contend. The Dinoco brand features prominently in much Cars-related merchandise.[43]
  • WALL-E
    • The Dinoco name and logo appear on a lighter.[44]
  • Cars 2
    • On the plane to Tokyo, a Stewardess is seen holding cans with the Dinoco logo on them.

Movies

Toy Story trilogy

These Pixar films contain the following references to Toy Story, Toy Story 2, or Toy Story 3:

  • A Bug's Life
    • In one of the bloopers that play during the end credits, Flik, as he is about to take flight, quotes Buzz Lightyear's catchphrase "To Infinity and Beyond".
    • One of the additional bloopers features Woody as a crewman, running the clapperboard.[18]
  • Monsters, Inc.
    • Andy's cloud wallpaper is shown while Randall is practicing his scares.[5]
    • When Boo returns home at the end, a Jessie doll is seen on her table.[18] She then hands Sulley the doll.[21]
    • During a blooper, while Mike and Sulley are walking to work, they wait at a crosswalk next to a giant monster's leg. The camera zooms out to reveal that the leg is Rex. In the actual film, the tall monster's name is Ted, who makes chicken sounds.[citation needed]
    • A larger version of a clown toy from Andy's Room appears at the laugh floor at the end near the scream canisters.[5]
    • Fungus gives Randall a copy of the Monstropolis Horn, which features an article by Al Whiggin. Al's full name from Toy Story 2 is Al McWhiggin.
    • The toy airplane that Buzz lands on when first attempting to fly is seen on a shelf at the beginning of the film.[45][unreliable source?]
  • Finding Nemo
    • When Nemo is frantically looking for a way to escape the fish tank in the dentist's office, a Buzz Lightyear action figure can be seen lying next to the toy box in the waiting room.[46]
  • The Incredibles
  • Cars
    • The tires of all the Piston Cup racers (including Lightning McQueen) are Lightyear Buzzard tires, a reference to Buzz Lightyear and Goodyear Eagle tires.[48]
    • The drive-in movie shows Toy Car Story, featuring stylized car versions of Toy Story characters Woody, Buzz, and Hamm.
    • Lightning McQueen's race number is #95, the year the first Toy Story was released.
  • WALL-E
    • Rex is seen in Wall-E's house.[49]
    • Barbie's car and a Buzz Lightyear lunchbox are seen.[citation needed]
    • Hamm can be seen in Wall-E's house when EVE visits.[34]
    • The orange traffic cones from Toy Story 2 can be seen in garbage piles and Wall-E's room.[34]
  • Up
    • The grape soda brand for the bottle cap that Ellie gives to Carl is the same as seen in the Buzz Lightyear commercial in Toy Story.[15]
    • Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear can be seen as the balloons pass a child's room.[15]

A Bug's Life

These Pixar films and shorts contain the following references to A Bug's Life:

  • Toy Story 2
    • The opening video game sequence takes place in a space-themed, differently-colored version of Ant Island.
    • The calendar in Andy's room shows a still image of ants carrying food and walking across a blade of grass.[5][50]
    • Characters are seen as toys after the "NEW" banner at Al's Toy Barn is seen.[5][51]
    • The tree on top of the hill during the "When She Loved Me" sequence is the same tree that tops Ant Island.[5]
    • Heimlich can be seen during the movie as a small caterpillar climbing the branches before Buzz cuts through.
    • Heimlich can be clearly seen close up with Flik on the same branch during the outtakes, expressing their excitement of making the film A Bug's Life 2 before Heimlich explains that the movie they are in is a sequel, but not for A Bug's Life, and then Buzz crashes through the branch.[18][52]
    • When Mrs. Potato Head is waiting for her earring, she's reading a storybook of A Bug's Life.[5][53]
    • The main theme from A Bug's Life can be heard in an elevator music rendition in the elevator where Al is going down to head to Japan.
  • Monsters, Inc.
    • The place Randall gets banished to is the old trailer with the deadly bug light.[18]
  • Cars
    • The drive-in movie shows A Bug's Life, featuring stylized car versions of characters Flik, the circus bugs and P.T. Flea.[54]
  • Your Friend, The Rat
    • P.T. Flea appears when the rats are talking about fleas causing the Black Death.[55]
  • WALL-E
  • Toy Story 3
    • An ant toy is seen during the breakout.[citation needed]
    • When Woody climbs into the ceiling at Sunnyside, letters spelling ATTA, the name of the Princess are seen.[26]
    • A toy version of Flik can be seen jumping away as the line of children are about to come back in from recess.[26]

Monsters, Inc.

These Pixar films contain the following references to Monsters, Inc. or Monsters University:

  • Finding Nemo
    • The fish mobile found in the dentist's office is the same one featured in Boo's room.[citation needed]
    • Mike can be seen swimming in scuba gear during the credits.[56]
    • Boo's teddy bear can be spotted in the toy chest at the dentist's office.[57][unreliable source?]
  • Cars
    • The drive-in movie shows Monster Trucks, Inc, featuring stylized car versions of characters Sulley, Mike, and the Abominable Snowman (here known as the Abominable Snowplow).[58]
  • Tokyo Mater
    • while Mater is trying to drift Mike and Sulley, in their stylized car forms, can be briefly seen when he has drifted out of the restaurant.
  • WALL-E
    • One of the many garbage cubes in the movie is the garbage cube Sulley had thought Boo was in. Also, a Mike Wazowski antenna ball is seen.[59]
  • Toy Story 3
    • A girl in the Butterfly Room at Sunnyside looks like a slightly older Boo.[36]
    • Toy versions of Boo and Mike Wazowski are seen in Sunnyside Daycare.[26]
  • Brave
    • A wood carving of Sulley can be seen in the Witch's shack.

Finding Nemo

These Pixar films and shorts contain the following references to Finding Nemo:

  • Monsters, Inc.
    • Before Mike says "And he is....outta here!" as they're throwing Randall through the door, Nemo can be seen hanging on the wall.[60]
    • Boo gives Sulley a Nemo toy before he leaves her room. (As Monsters, Inc. was made before Finding Nemo this was a sneak peek)[18][21]
    • On the wall behind the sushi chef at Harryhausen's, there is a clownfish.[5]
  • WALL-E
  • Boundin'
    • The arm that grabs the lamb belongs to the dentist.[62][63]
    • The fish are based on Gurgle.[62][64]
  • Toy Story 3
    • Mr. Ray is on a shelf at the daycare.[65]
    • One of the dolphins is on a shelf at the daycare.[66]
    • A Nemo sticker is seen on Andy's toy dresser.[26]
    • Images of Nemo and Dory are seen on the wall at Sunnyside Daycare when Buzz escapes the Caterpillar room.[36]

The Incredibles

These Pixar films contain the following references to The Incredibles:

  • Finding Nemo
  • Ratatouille
  • WALL-E
    • A Frozone bobblehead is seen in WALL-E's truck.[69] In some BnL advertisements, including those in the special edition DVD, there is a family who resembles the Parr family.
  • Toy Story 3
    • A poster of the Omnidroid is seen on the wall in Andy's room.[citation needed]
  • Cars 2
    • The marquee at the Radiator Springs Drive-In Theater reads "The Incredimobiles".[70]

Cars franchise

These films and shorts contain references to Cars or Cars 2:

  • Finding Nemo
    • Luigi can be seen driving across the street.[71]
  • The Incredibles
    • When the Incredibles and Frozone fight against the Omnidroid, a non-anthropomorphic Doc Hudson can be seen parked in the background. It actually survived being crushed or broken from the fight.[72]
  • WALL-E
  • Boundin'
    • Stanley makes a cameo appearance.[18][74]
  • Up
    • The airplane that was used to skywrite "Piston Cup" in the final race is the same one Beta, Gamma and an unknown dog used to attack Russell.
    • When Carl gets the worker's megaphone, he talks to the construction boss, and says to him, "Take a bath, hippie!". This line is a switchblade of Sarge's line to Fillmore in Cars, "Take a car wash, hippie!"'.
  • Toy Story 3
    • In the Western action sequence at the beginning of Toy Story 3, the runaway train has the engine number 95, a reference to Lightning McQueen and the year the original Toy Story came out.[4]
    • A Lightning McQueen-styled wooden car appears in the Daycare.[4]
    • "ReVolting" batteries are seen on a table where some of the toys are playing cards. (ReVolting was the sponsor for Car #84.)[65]
    • When Buzz shakes hands with Sparks, a tractor toy similar to the "cows" rolls past them.[65]
    • The calendar in Andy's room which used to show an image from A Bug's Life now has a picture of a non-anthropomorphic Snot Rod from Cars. Both calendars, years apart, are turned to the month of August.[36]
    • Finn McMissile is seen on a poster in Andy's room.[26]
    • A firetruck that resembles Red is seen at Sunnyside Daycare.[36]
    • A child at Sunnyside Daycare wears a shirt with a 95 emblazoned with a lightning bolt, a reference to Lightning McQueen.[26]
  • The Muppets
    • Even though this isn't a Pixar film, a poster for Cars 2 is seen several times.

Ratatouille

These films contain references to the film Ratatouille:

  • WALL-E
    • Skinner's scooter can be seen in the junkyard.[34][75]
    • The mechanical mice on the Axiom are classified REM-E.[citation needed]
  • Lifted
    • The farmer in the film, Ernie, is the same character model as Linguini.[citation needed]
  • Cars 2
    • In Paris, a car version of Gusteau's Restaurant is seen as "Gastow's" in the background.[70]

WALL-E

These films contain references to the film WALL-E:

  • Your Friend, The Rat
    • WALL-E can be seen driving a bus-like ship on a future human-colonized Mars.[18][76]

Up

These films contain references to the film Up:

  • Ratatouille
    • As Remy runs through Paris, a shadow of Dug is cast against a wall.[77][78]
  • Toy Story 3
    • One of the papers (which is a postcard) on top of Andy's dresser says "Carl and Ellie Fredricksen" on it.[26][40]

Newt

These films or shorts contain references to the shelved film Newt.

  • Toy Story 3
    • The "Newt Crossing" sign is seen on Andy's door.[26][36]
  • Brave
    • The witch scene in safe Newt spell

Brave

These films or shorts contain references to the film Brave.

  • Cars 2
    • During the London chase scene, the Lemons crash into a pub. On the wall is a tapestry depicting Princess Merida and her family as cars.[70]

Shorts

The Adventures of André and Wally B.

These films contain references to The Adventures of André and Wally B.:

  • Red's Dream
  • Toy Story
    • A book with the same title as the short is visible on Andy's bookshelf.[18]
  • WALL-E
    • Wally B. is seen.[79]
  • Toy Story 3
    • Wally B. is seen on Bonnie's backpack.[26]

Red's Dream

These films contain references to Red's Dream.

  • Toy Story
    • The title of this short film is seen on a book in Toy Story.[18]
  • Toy Story 2
    • Scenes of this short film can be seen on Andy's TV as Hamm rapidly flips through the channels.
  • WALL-E
    • The unicycle is visible at the left of the screen as WALL-E falls from the ceiling.[80]

Luxo, Jr.

These films contain references to Luxo, Jr.:

  • Red's Dream
  • Tin Toy
    • A picture from Luxo, Jr. can be seen on the wall.
  • Toy Story
    • On Andy's desk is the older lamp, although painted red instead of gray. It's also seen in Toy Story 2[18] and a trailer for Toy Story 3
  • Toy Story 2
    • As Buzz is flying back to Earth, Luxo, Jr appears as a constellation.
    • As Hamm is channel surfing scenes from this film appear.[5]
  • Monsters, Inc.
    • When Sully shows Mike the block of garbage that includes the remnants of Boo's costume, the antenna flops over with the same squeak that Luxo makes.
  • WALL-E
    • When WALL-E builds a statue of EVE from garbage, one of her arms is the older lamp.[81]
  • Toy Story 3
    • When Woody is escaping from Sunnyside, he uses a motion sensor floodlight to get onto the roof. As he climbs on top of the light, it makes Luxo's distinctive squeak.

Tin Toy

These films contain references to Tin Toy:

  • Toy Story
    • A book named after the short is on Andy's bookshelf: the author is Lasseter.[18]
  • Toy Story 2
    • As Hamm is flipping through the stations on Andy's TV in a quick way, Billy can be seen several times briefly on one of the channels.[5]
  • Lifted
    • Tinny can be seen underneath Ernie's bed.
  • Toy Story 3
    • The same toys are cowering beneath a counter as Rex approaches the door.[4][26][65]
  • El Materdor
    • The baby's crying is used when Mater is "dead".

Knick Knack

These films contain references to Knick Knack:

  • Toy Story
    • Knick Knack is the title of a book on Andy's bookshelf.[18]
  • Toy Story 2
    • Scenes from this short film appear as Hamm is quickly flipping through the channels on Andy's TV.[5]
  • WALL-E
  • Up
    • When Carl is at the Travel Agency, the brochure on the desk features a picture of "Sunny Miami," the girl in the bikini.[15]

For the Birds

The following Pixar films reference For the Birds:

  • Cars
    • The birds are seen sitting on a powerline during the musical segment as Mack and Lightning drive across the country. They chirp as the camera pans by them.[18][82]

Geri's Game

These Pixar films contain the following references to Geri's Game:

  • Toy Story 2
    • Al hires Geri to restore Woody (credited as 'Geri the Cleaner'). His chess pieces are seen in the middle drawer of his toolbox.[5][18]

Boundin'

These Pixar films contain the following references to Boundin':

  • Cars
    • During the opening race, just before a fan trailer whistles, a picture of the Jackalope is seen at the back of a van.[83]
    • At the menu screen of the DVD, a Dinoco 500 symbol pops up for a short period of time. Highlighting and selecting the symbol will reveal Lightning and Mater watching a part of Boundin' at the drive-in theater and later "boundin'" around to the film themselves.[citation needed]

  • Tin Toy
    • The original Pixar logo (an indented circle on a beveled box) can be seen on a bag lying on the ground.
  • Toy Story 2
    • The original Pixar logo is briefly seen on Andy's TV when Hamm is flipping through the channels.

Apple

These Pixar films contain the following references to Apple Inc..

Cast and Crew

Cameos

These Pixar films contain cameo appearances by Pixar employees.

Actor Toy Story A Bug's Life Toy Story 2 Monsters, Inc. Finding Nemo The Incredibles Cars Ratatouille WALL-E Up Toy Story 3 Cars 2 Brave Shorts
John Lasseter Harry John Lassetire
and a Gambling Car
Joe Ranft Lenny Heimlich Wheezy Peter "Claws" Ward Jacques Red
and Jerry
Jeff Pidgeon Mr. Spell,
Robot
and Aliens
Mr. Spell
and Aliens
Thaddeus "Phlegm" Bile Aliens
Andrew Stanton Commercial Chorus A Fly
and Zapped Bug
Emperor Zurg Crush
and Seagulls
Fred
Bob Peterson Roz Mr. Ray Dug
and Alpha
Janitor Geri in Geri's Game
Pete Docter Campmaster Strauch
and Kevin
Lee Unkrich Jack in the Box
Teddy Newton Talon Labarthe Chatter Telephone
Brad Bird Edna Mode Ambrister Minion
Bud Luckey Rick Dicker Chuckles Narrator in Boundin'
Brad Lewis Tubbs Pacer
Lou Romano Bernie Kropp Snotrod Alfredo Linguini
Peter Sohn Emile
Steve Purcell The Crow
Dan Gerson Smitty and Needleman
Ralph Eggleston Birds in For the Birds
Doug Sweetland Presto DiGiotagione and Alec Azam in Presto
Ken Schretzmann Mini Van

References

These Pixar films contain references to Pixar employees.

Other

These Pixar films contain the following references to an assortment of other things.

Films

TV Shows

Misc.

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