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Knick Knack

Knick Knack

Alternate Title: Knickknack

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

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>Pixar Animation Studios
  • Pixar Animation Studios
  • Animated Characters: Snowman.
  • Originally Released in 1989 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 3:47 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Alternate Title: "Knickknack."

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No dialogue.

This short was reworked (some animation was changed, and the short slightly re-edited) and re-released with the theatrical release of "Finding Nemo." Some of the more overtly sexual designs were toned down for their exposure to the new audience made up primarily of children- that is, two characters had CGI breast reductions. Sunny Atlantis' starfish pasties were replaced by clam shells.

The Snowman is seen in a snowglobe in Lizzie's Curios Shop in the feature Cars.

Sunny Atlantis turns up again on the ship of the fish tank, covered in gunk.

Sunny Miami Girl is also seen in Up when Carl is ordering tickets.

3D CG Animation.

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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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