Wall-E

Easter egg: On the regular version of the DVD, on the Main Menu screen, go down to Set Up. Push the right arrow then the up arrow and it will highlight a W above the menu. It will take you to a test title from 2004 that the director used to pitch the movie.

Chris Skoglund

Easter egg: On the regular DVD (not the special 2 disc edition), go down to Special Features, press the left arrow then press the up arrow and it will highlight the B and L logo in the upper left hand corner of the screen. It will take you to "Geek-o-rama", a feature about the Pixar employees.

Chris Skoglund

Easter egg: On disc 2 (bonus disc) of the Special Edition set, at the bottom center of the Behind the Scenes menu (you get to it from the Humans main menu) is a link to the Original Development Test clip. I could only get to it from my computer, not my DVD player.

GrafSpee

Easter egg: On disc 1 of the Special Edition set (the feature movie), on the main menu, the circle with the W and the 214 value (which changes) is a link to a short animation test clip. (I could only get to it on my computer, not my DVD player).

GrafSpee

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