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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time. Nonetheless, their designs were likely to pay homage to early Mickey Mouse drawings.

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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time. Nonetheless, their designs were likely to still pay homage to early Mickey Mouse drawings.


* CreatorBacklash: According to ''Moving Innovation'', Creator/GeorgeLucas was not impressed with the film, feeling it suffered from a bad story and weak images, though he did take the time congratulate the crew for their hard work on the film.

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* CreatorBacklash: According to ''Moving Innovation'', Creator/GeorgeLucas was not impressed with the film, feeling it suffered from a bad story and weak images, though he did take the time to congratulate the crew for their hard work on the film.


* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time. The modeling program used at the time could only produce simple geometric designs (cones, cubes, spheres) and John Lasseter wanted a flexible pear shape for the characters' bodies, as is found in most cartoon characters, and eventually a teardrop shape was achieved by stretching the point of a sphere to infinity.

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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time. The modeling program used at the time could only produce simple geometric Nonetheless, their designs (cones, cubes, spheres) and John Lasseter wanted a flexible pear shape for the characters' bodies, as is found in most cartoon characters, and eventually a teardrop shape was achieved by stretching the point of a sphere were likely to infinity.pay homage to early Mickey Mouse drawings.


* CreatorBacklash: According to ''Moving Innovation'', Creator/GeorgeLucas was not impressed with the film, feeling it suffered from a bad story and weak images.

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* CreatorBacklash: According to ''Moving Innovation'', Creator/GeorgeLucas was not impressed with the film, feeling it suffered from a bad story and weak images.images, though he did take the time congratulate the crew for their hard work on the film.

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* DescendedCreator: Ben Burtt, the sound designer for the short, provides Andre's voice.

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* CreatorBacklash: According to ''Moving Innovation'', Creator/GeorgeLucas was not impressed with the film, feeling it suffered from a bad story and weak images.


* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time. The modeling program used at the time could only produce simple geometric designs (cones, cubes, spheres) and John Lasseter wanted a flexible pear shape for the characters' bodies, as is found in most cartoon characters, and eventually a teardrop shape was achieved by stretching the point of a sphere to infinity.

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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time. The modeling program used at the time could only produce simple geometric designs (cones, cubes, spheres) and John Lasseter wanted a flexible pear shape for the characters' bodies, as is found in most cartoon characters, and eventually a teardrop shape was achieved by stretching the point of a sphere to infinity.infinity.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original title was "My Breakfast with Andre", and it was about waking up with an android.


* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time.

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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time. The modeling program used at the time could only produce simple geometric designs (cones, cubes, spheres) and John Lasseter wanted a flexible pear shape for the characters' bodies, as is found in most cartoon characters, and eventually a teardrop shape was achieved by stretching the point of a sphere to infinity.

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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The reason Andre and Wally B are designed like balloon shaped, rubberhose characters was because that was the closest they could make to an animatable character design at the time.

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