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Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Small Fry

Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Small Fry
Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Small Fry

Film Details

Year

2011

Duration

7 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family, Short Films

Language

English


Synopsis

Rex and Buzz Lightyear accompany their kid, Bonnie, on a trip to a fast food restaurant. Whilst there, a mini toy version of Buzz, desperate to be played with, forcibly switches places with him and Bonnie mistakenly takes him home. Buzz meets a self-help group made up of toys that have been abandoned at the fast food restaurant and resolves to find a way back to Bonnie whilst, at home, Woody and the gang must deal with the obnoxious imposter in their midst. Small Fry is a funny and charming short with a host of new and recognisable characters from the Toy Story world.

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n/a

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