The Story behind A113 and Disney

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You may have noticed A113 appearing in many Disney movies over the years. Some examples are pictured below. A113 actually refers to the classroom number that most of the animators first learned character animation at the California Institute of Arts. What a great way to honor their school and education!

The Princess And The Frog:

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Toy Story:

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A Bug’s Life:

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Cars:

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Ratatouille:

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WALL-E:

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Up:

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Lilo & Stitch:

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Monsters, Inc:

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The Brave Little Toaster:

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For more pictures go to: The San Francisco Globe

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