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Knick Knack

Knick Knack

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Knick Knack (Knickknack) (1989) Theatrical Cartoon Knick Knack

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Pixar Animation Studios John Lasseter John Lasseter Bobby McFerrin
  • 1989
  • Pixar Animation Studios
  • 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Snowman.
  • Directed By John Lasseter.
  • Produced By John Lasseter.
  • Written By John Lasseter.

Additional Crew:



  • A Film By: John Lasseter, Eben Ostby, William Reeves, Ralph Guggenheim, Craig Good, Don Conway, Flip Phillips, Yael Mil, Tony Apodaca, Deirdre Warin.
  • With Help From: ed 'n alvy & chuck, Steve Jobs, David Slusser, Bob Edwards, Industrial Light and Magic, Sprocket Systems, David Haddick & Associates, agfa/matrix, Tektronix, everybody at pixar.
  • Sound: Gary Rydstrom.

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Love and laughter bloom on a bookshelf between souvenirs. A snowglobe snowman wants to join the other travel souvenirs in a hot party, but the glass dome that...  (more)

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I first saw this Pixar short when it appeared in theaters in 1989 as part of a short-film project sponsored by American Express. It was
like a great delight that popped up on the screen and then anonymously disappeared. When I saw the theatrical...  (read more)

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