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The Incredibles

Easter egg: On the Disc Two, from the Main Menu go to "Deleted Scenes." Then a little omnidriod shape will appear at the top right hand corner of the screen on the top green bar, near the end of the menu's animation loop. Go up and highlight it to view a deleted scene about Dash putting signs on the back of his suspicious school teacher.

Easter egg: On disk 1, click on commentaries and wait for a 'blue" Mr. Incredible figure to appear, select it and there will be a short clip of Mr. Incredible dancing.

Easter egg: On the special features DVD, on the main menu if you wait through the animation loop an omnidrod will appear in the top right hand corner. Click on that and you'll see a montage by the directer Brad Bird.

Easter egg: On the Bonus/Feature DVD of 2-DVD set. Go to Setup. An Omnidroid silhouette appears near the end of the menu's animation loop. When the silhouette appears, move the cursor right to highlight it and then click enter. A short film will appear of The Incredibles done with sock puppets.

Easter egg: On the Bonus/Feature DVD of 2-DVD set. On the main menu, an Omnidroid silhouette appears near the end of the menu's animation loop. When the silhouette appears, move the cursor right to highlight it and then click enter. A short clip featuring an homage to buttons & doors in The Incredibles will play.

Easter egg: On the Bonus/Feature DVD of 2-DVD set. Go to Behind the Scenes. An Omnidroid silhouette appears near the end of the menu's animation loop. When the silhouette appears, move the cursor right to highlight it and then click enter. A short film on Frank Thomas & Ollie Johnston (great early Disney animators) will play. When it ends, if you click on the silhouette again, a different short "behinds the scenes" clip called "Markisms" will appear.

Easter egg: On the Bonus/Feature DVD of 2-DVD set. Go to Index. An Omnidroid silhouette appears near the end of the menu's animation loop. When the silhouette appears, move the cursor right to highlight it and then click enter. A short clip on Mr Incredible eating the cake appears.

Easter egg: On the Bonus/Feature DVD of 2-DVD set. Go to Index. Go to Next Page. An Omnidroid silhouette appears near the end of the menu's animation loop. When the silhouette appears, move the cursor right to highlight it and then click enter. A very short "behind the scenes" clip will play.

Easter egg: On the Bonus/Feature DVD of 2-DVD set. Go to Behind the Scenes. Go to More Making of the Incredibles. An Omnidroid silhouette appears near the end of the menu's animation loop. When the silhouette appears, move the cursor right to highlight it and then click enter. A short clip will show variations of Dash on the velocipod. When it finishes, if you click on the silhouette again, you get a different short clip of variations of Mr Incredible throwing the coconut.

Easter egg: This is on the Bonus/Feature DVD of 2-DVD set. Go to Behind the Scenes. Click on Publicity. An Omnidroid silhouette appears near the end of the menu's animation loop. When the silhouette appears, move the cursor right to highlight it and then click enter. A short clip will play that shows Dash & Mr Incredible competing for a TV remote. When that ends, if you click on the silhouette again, a different short clip of Mr Incredible & Frozone appears.

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Quotes

Edna Mode: This is a hobo suit, darling, you can't be seen in it, I won't allow it! Years ago maybe, but now? Pheh!
Bob Parr: What do you mean? You designed it!
Edna Mode: I never look back, darling, it distracts from the now.

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Mistakes

After the dinner table scene, Bob leaves to go out with Frozone. Then Helen turns to talk to Dash. In the first shot, on Dash's plate all the brocoli pieces sit around the steak. Then the shot changes, a brocoli piece is suddenly sitting atop the piece of steak.

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Trivia

The two old men near the end, talking about it being "old school" are voiced by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, two Walt Disney animators who worked on such classics as Bambi and Cinderella.

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