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Watch: Two Trailers for 'Pixar Short Film Collection, Vol. II'

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by Maggie Lange
November 4, 2012 4:43 PM
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Pixar's 2008 Short Film "Presto"

One perk of going to see a Pixar film in theaters is the appetizer: the always ingenious and sweet Pixar short.  Giving these animated films some well-earned respect, Pixar is releasing a new DVD and Blu-ray collection of a dozen shorts on November 13, following 2008's Volume I showcase. 

Volume II includes three Oscar nominees for Best Animated Short: 2008's "Presto," 2011's "La Luna," and 2010's "Day & Night."  The package includes intros, commentary, and seven student films from famed Pixar directors including John Lasseter ("Toy Story"), Andrew Stanton ("Finding Nemo") and Pete Docter ("Monsters, Inc.").  The two trailers, as well as the complete list of short films, are below.
 
    •    Nitemare (Intro)
    •    Lady And The Lamp (intro)
    •    Somewhere In The Arctic (Intro)
    •    A Story (intro)
    •    Winter (intro)
    •    Palm Springs (intro)
    •    Next Door (intro)
    •    Your Friend The Rat (commentary)
    •    Presto (commentary)
    •    BURN*E (commentary)
    •    Partly Cloudy (commentary)
    •    Dug’s Special Mission (commentary)
    •    George & A.J. (commentary)
    •    Day & Night (commentary)
    •    Hawaiian Vacation (commentary)
    •    Air Mater (commentary)
    •    Small Fry (commentary)
    •    Time Travel Mater (commentary)
    •    La Luna (commentary)

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