The Incredibles "First In Line" (lost online trailers for Pixar animated film; 2004)


The Incredibles (online promotional trailers)
Screenshot of film from DisneyGeek site, original location of shorts.
Screenshot of film from DisneyGeek site, original location of shorts.
Status Lost

Prior to the release of Pixar's CGI-animated film The Incredibles, three online promotional trailers were made. They are titled First In Line, Still First in Line, and First in Line: SOLD OUT.

Description

Information online about these shorts is sparse and primarily available through recollections of reviewers since the trailers are no longer accessible from the original Disney site.[1]

According to one recounting, the trailers parodied typical Hollywood release hype.[2] The first two shorts, First in Line and Still First in Line, are reportedly clips of a male fan of the upcoming film waiting in line. [3] Consensus online holds that these shorts weren't clips from the film; rather, they focused on advertising the premiere date.

Availability

These shorts were unexpectedly left off of the DVD and Blu-Ray releases for The Incredibles, much to the chagrin of many reviewers. Since being taken down from the Disney Geek website, the shorts have remained unavailable to the public.

Filenames

While the shorts themselves are still lost as the remaining download links do not work, the filenames for 2 of the shorts were found:

Incredibles_TV2472_1stNLine_0750.mov (First in Line)

Incredibles_1stNLine_v2229_0056.wmv (Still First in Line)

Note that the file extensions may be different if references to this filename are found.

References

  1. Original download links. Retrieved 31 Jan '16.
  2. AnimatedViews recounting. Retrieved 31 Jan '16.
  3. Another AnimatedViews recounting. Retrieved 31 Jan '16.

Comments


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Anonymous user #1

3 months ago
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I'd been first in line for the Incredibles sequel since my discovery of the internet.
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Zerocakes

2 months ago
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I have the original files, however they can't be played for some reason.
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Zerocakes

2 months ago
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Anonymous user #2

2 months ago
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It seems that it is only a few Bytes. If it was the shorts or audio or video from them they would be in MB, since they would be larger. Have you tried searching your computer or hard drive for any other files that are similar? These may be false duplicates for some reason.
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Michaelp1881

2 months ago
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https://web....redibles.php

wayback machine got it (the links dont work)
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