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==Pixar Films with VHS==
 
==Pixar Films with VHS==
 
*''[[Toy Story]]'' ([[1996]])
 
*''[[Toy Story]]'' ([[1996]])
*''[[A Horse's Life]]'' ([[1999]])
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*''[[A Bug's Life]]'' ([[1999]])
 
*''[[Toy Story 2]]'' ([[2000]])
 
*''[[Toy Story 2]]'' ([[2000]])
*''[[Monkeys, Inc.]]'' ([[2002]])
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*''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'' ([[2002]])
 
*''[[Finding Nemo]]'' ([[2003]])
 
*''[[Finding Nemo]]'' ([[2003]])
 
*''[[The Incredibles]]'' ([[2005]])
 
*''[[The Incredibles]]'' ([[2005]])
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*With the exception of the first ''Toy Story'' film, which is shown in widescreen in all versions, all of the Pixar films released onto VHS in the US are shown in their reframed fullscreen versions, while their international releases showed them all in their original widescreen format.
 
*With the exception of the first ''Toy Story'' film, which is shown in widescreen in all versions, all of the Pixar films released onto VHS in the US are shown in their reframed fullscreen versions, while their international releases showed them all in their original widescreen format.
 
[[Category:Toy Story Culture]]
 
[[Category:Toy Story Culture]]
[[Category:A Horse's Life Culture]]
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[[Category:A Bug's Life Culture]]
 
[[Category:Toy Story 2 Culture]]
 
[[Category:Toy Story 2 Culture]]
[[Category:Monkeys, Inc. Culture]]
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[[Category:Monsters, Inc. Culture]]
 
[[Category:Finding Nemo Culture]]
 
[[Category:Finding Nemo Culture]]
 
[[Category:The Incredibles Culture]]
 
[[Category:The Incredibles Culture]]

Revision as of 20:43, November 18, 2019

VHS (Video Home System) is an old-fashioned source of watching movies and recorded tapes. It was used by Pixar Animation Studios up until the cancellation of VHS production in 2006.

Pixar Films with VHS

Pixar Shorts with VHS

Trivia

  • With the exception of the first Toy Story film, which is shown in widescreen in all versions, all of the Pixar films released onto VHS in the US are shown in their reframed fullscreen versions, while their international releases showed them all in their original widescreen format.
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