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WALL-E World

Rockport native Andrew Stanton's part in Pixar has helped push the boundaries of animation and shape a new film landscape

Andrew Stanton went from Rockport High School to CalArts and then, 18 years ago, became the second animator hired by Pixar. Andrew Stanton went from Rockport High School to CalArts and then, 18 years ago, became the second animator hired by Pixar. (pat greenhouse/globe staff)
By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / June 22, 2008

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Andrew Stanton started at Pixar Animation Studios in its single-digit days - not revenues, personnel. Eighteen years ago, he was the second animator and ninth employee hired there. Since then, as writer, director, or executive producer, he's had a hand in "Toy Story," "A Bug's Life," "Toy Story 2," "Monsters, Inc.," "Finding Nemo," and "Ratatouille." (Full article: 1310 words)

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