Images: Pixar's progress

Images: Pixar's progress

Summary: More than one observer has said that Pixar seems to be working the kind of revolutionary magic Disney once did.

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  • Unicycle

    Nighttime scenes used to be unusual in digitally animated films until Pixar set off to explore the territory in the 1987 short "Red's Dream." In it, a unicycle named Red faces life as the lone sale item in the clearance corner of Eben's Bikes.

  • Tin Toy

    The 1988 short "Tin Toy" marked the first time a character with lifelike bendable arms and knees, surfaces and facial components was animated digitally. The film won an Academy Award for best animated short.

  • Knick Knack

    Life as a snowman trapped in a snow-globe blizzard can be tough. For the 1989 short "Knick Knack," creator John Lasseter says he wanted to do something "pure cartoony, like a Chuck Jones cartoon."

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