Mr. Incredible and Pals (2005)

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In a spoof of the 1960s animated series "Clutch Cargo", Mr. Incredible, Frozone, and their rabbit pal attempt to prevent a bridge from being destroyed.

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Roger Gould


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27 November 2005 | FRMariposa
| The funniest extra on the "Incredibles" DVD
Normally, I'm not a huge fan of DVD extras. I have yet to even OPEN the "Empire of Dreams DVD" from the Star Wars box set. But Pixar films are exceptional in so many ways, and Extras is just another. This short is on Disc 2 under "Top Secret". most people only watched "Jack-Jack Attack" on Disc 2; Well, pop it out again to join Frozone and Mr. Incredible as they watch a crappy Saturday morning cartoon based on their adventures. There's "Clutch Cargo" style animation and the antics of Mr. Skiperdoo - the "and Pals" of the title. The best part is the Commentary track featuring the "Real" Frozone and Mr. Incredible, who've never seen this before, and Frozone is quite outraged at the implicit race issues. A minor classic.

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Animation | Short | Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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