Pixar is a subsidiary of Disney.
The first collaboration between Disney and Pixar was in 1986 when the companies began to work on "CAPS, the Computer Animation Production System, which would revolutionize the creation of traditional animated films."
Years later, in 1991, Pixar and Disney agreed “to make and distribute at least one computer-generated animated movie.” This movie would be "Toy Story" in 1995, which grossed $192 million domestically and $362 million worldwide.
By 1997, Walt Disney Studios and Pixar continued their relationship further with the announcement of joint production of five movies over 10 years.
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