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Partly Cloudy

Original Poster
Directed by Peter Sohn
Produced by Kevin Reher
Written by Pete Sohn
Starring Tony Fucile (voice)
Lori Richardson (voice)
Music by Michael Giacchino
Studio Pixar Animation Studios
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Release date(s) May 29, 2009 (with Up)
Running time 5:45 [1]
Country  United States
Language English

Partly Cloudy is a Pixar CGI animated short film directed by Peter Sohn[2] and produced by Kevin Reher.[3] It was shown in theaters before Pixar's feature film Up and is a special feature on its DVD and Blu-ray release.

Plot

All day long, cheerful cloud people in the sky make cute and cuddly baby animals like human baby boys and girls, kittens, puppies, and other creatures and give them to storks for delivery to the expectant parents. However, one lonely gray cloud named Gus has the task of creating animals who are cute, but not cuddly. His delivery stork named Peck gets the worst of it, being bitten by a crocodile, butted by a bighorn sheep, and pricked by a porcupine. When Peck sees that his next delivery is to be a baby shark, he grows more than a little fearful, and flies away. Feeling rejected, despondent, and angry, Gus unleashes a brief thunderstorm, then begins to cry with rain pouring from below him. Peck soon returns with a football helmet and shoulder pads, created for him by another cloud to keep him safe, proving that he was never going to abandon the gray cloud. Gus instantly cheers up and gives Peck an electric eel to deliver, which shocks him despite the protective equipment; this time, though, Peck remains in good (but slightly frazzled) spirits.

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