Charles Solomon

critic and historian of animation

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Critic and historian of animation, and author of The Art of Toy Story 3; Visiting Assistant Professor at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television

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The late  Steve Jobs  had the patience of Job when it came to Pixar, which  he bought from Lucasfilm  for $5 million in 1986.

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The late Steve Jobs had the patience of Job when it came to Pixar, which he bought from Lucasfilm for $5 million in 1986.

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