Pete Docter

Writer and Director, 'Up!'

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Writer, director and animator, and a member of Pixar’s original “brain trust,” co-wrote both Toy Story movies and Wall-E, and co-wrote and directed Monsters, Inc. His latest film is Up!, which he also co-wrote and directed

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