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Ms. Fritter’s Racing School
Enjoy blindsided testimonials from the Crazy 8’s, touting the transformative impact Ms. Fritter’s Racing School has had in reshaping the direction of their lives.
Riley's First Date
Riley, now 12, is hanging out with her parents at home when potential trouble comes knocking. Mom's and Dad's Emotions find themselves forced to deal with Riley going on her first date.
The Legend of Mor’du
The backstory of the monstrous bear Mor’du is revealed in striking fashion in this impressionistic look into mythology from the world of Brave.
Dug's Special Mission
How far would you go to make yourself belong? It's something we all need, but what if no one seems to want you? Dug is sent on foolish missions by Alpha, Beta, and Gamma so they can hunt for the Bird of Paradise Falls by themselves. Dug may find that where he belongs is not where he's been looking.
To what lengths will a robot go to do his job? BURN•E is a dedicated, hard-working robot who finds himself locked out of his ship. He quickly learns that completing a simple task can often be a very difficult endeavor.
Your Friend The Rat
Let's face it: rats are not the most beloved creatures on earth. However, maybe this little tale about the history of human and rat interaction will change the world's tune. At least that is the hope of Remy, the star of Ratatouille, and his reluctant brother Emile as they guide us through world history from a rat's perspective. Why can't we all just get along?
Mater And The Ghostlight
A companion piece to Cars, this short finds Mater haunted by a mysterious blue light that teaches him not to play pranks on the other cars in Radiator Springs.
Kari the babysitter thinks she's in for a night of routine babysitting. She's prepared to provide neurological stimulation with some soothing musical accompaniment for little Jack-Jack, the smallest member of the incredible Parr family. Little does she know that Jack-Jack will teach her a thing or two about babies with "special needs."
Mikes New Car
Mike discovers that being the top-ranking laugh collector at Monsters, Inc. has its benefits—like earning enough money to buy a six-wheel-drive car that's loaded with gadgets. That new-car smell doesn't last long enough, however, as Sulley jump-starts an ill-fated road test that teaches Mike the true meaning of buyer's remorse.