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Kidzworld Plays Scare Games at Pixar – Part 2

Here is more of Kidzworld's tour of famous Pixar Animation Studios on behalf of the Monsters University Blu-ray + DVD release! Back to Article

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lovlypuppys
lovlypuppys wrote:
2013-11-03 19:05:39 -0800

Love it!

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swager13
swager13 wrote:
2013-10-29 06:49:10 -0700

its ard

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PerrieEdwardss
PerrieEdwardss wrote:
2013-10-28 19:03:10 -0700

C:

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-10-28 18:46:50 -0700

This stuff Is nice

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directioner_4lyfe
directioner_4lyfe wrote:
2013-10-28 15:18:22 -0700

I wanna go to monsters university :P

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girlplz1
girlplz1 wrote:
2013-10-28 14:05:30 -0700

lol i love that movie but first on always better Frustrated

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Surfs_Up_Girl
Surfs_Up_Girl wrote:
2013-10-28 14:02:52 -0700

Yaaaaay !!! 1st comment !! lol

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EmoSkrillex
EmoSkrillex wrote:
2013-10-28 14:02:06 -0700

Monsters University Was Okai I Want Boo In It! :c

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  • James P. "Sulley" Sullivan
  • Dean Hardscrabble
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