If you are a Disney Pixar fan, you may be shocked at how many Disney secrets and Pixar facts there are in so many of their movies, specifically a special code: A113. Yes, this specific number pops up in quite a few movies. Just wait until you show you exactly where it can be found. You’ll want to re-watch all of your Disney Pixar favorites.
On the first Toy Story, it was on the license place of the pizza delivery truck.
It was also on the box in A Bug’s Life.
It showed up for the coordinates for Mr. Incredible’s cell in The Incredibles.
It showed up on a train in Cars.
And again in Cars on Mater’s license plate.
If you look closely, you can see it was on a tag on one of the rats in Ratatouille.
It was used as a code to signal everyone to evacuate planet Earth in Wall-E.
It was also in the courtroom scene in Up!
It was on a plane in Cars 2.
Again in Cars.
And once more in Cars.
In the movie Brave, it was actually in Roman numerals.
On the door in Monsters University.
Even some older movies like Lilo & Stitch.
The Iron Giant showed this number on a license plate.
On the front of a train in The Princess and the Frog.
It was on a door in The Brave Little Toaster.
It’s even showed up on American Dad.
Again in The Simpsons.
It also showed up in The Avengers.
So what does it all mean?
A113 just refers to a classroom number where several animators learned how to animate.
It’s a classroom number located at the California Institute of Arts, where several animators that work for Disney and Pixar today got their start. By putting “A113” somewhere, it tells other animators that they did in fact work on the film.