BURN·E (2008)

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TitleBURN·E
Year2008
CountryUSA
GenreScience Fiction (Animation)
CollectionRobots, Space
FranchiseWALL·E (2008)
Run Time8 min
Director

The short opens with a scene from the main film, in which WALL-E travels through space clinging to the ship carrying EVE back to the Axiom Executive Starliner. WALL-E runs his hand through the Rings of Saturn in passing, and dislodges a tiny rock, which gains enough momentum to become a meteor. It crashes into and destroys one of the running lights (known as “spires”) on the Axiom’s hull. The Autopilot (AUTO) is alerted by the ship’s computer of the needed repair, and activates a SUPPLY-R robot, who in turn activates BURN-E.

He is given his welding torch and an intact spire, shuts down the broken spire, and travels via a special track onto the ship’s hull to complete the repair. However, he is distracted by WALL-E’s arrival, and inadvertently lets the spire float away into space. SUPPLY-R gives him a second one, but he accidentally cuts it in half when an exploding escape pod (which WALL-E was inside of) startles him. Irritated by this second failure, SUPPLY-R drops the third and final spare light on the floor, leaving BURN-E to pick it up. He successfully repairs the light, but before he can bring it online, he is accidentally locked out by WALL-E and EVE, who fly indoors after a dance in space around the Axiom and close the door behind them.

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The short opens with a scene from the main film, in which WALL-E travels through space clinging to the ship carrying EVE back to the Axiom Executive Starliner. WALL-E runs his hand through the Rings of Saturn in passing, and dislodges a tiny rock, which gains enough momentum to become a meteor. It crashes into and destroys one of the running lights (known as “spires”) on the Axiom’s hull. The Autopilot (AUTO) is alerted by the ship’s computer of the needed repair, and activates a SUPPLY-R robot, who in turn activates BURN-E.

He is given his welding torch and an intact spire, shuts down the broken spire, and travels via a special track onto the ship’s hull to complete the repair. However, he is distracted by WALL-E’s arrival, and inadvertently lets the spire float away into space. SUPPLY-R gives him a second one, but he accidentally cuts it in half when an exploding escape pod (which WALL-E was inside of) startles him. Irritated by this second failure, SUPPLY-R drops the third and final spare light on the floor, leaving BURN-E to pick it up. He successfully repairs the light, but before he can bring it online, he is accidentally locked out by WALL-E and EVE, who fly indoors after a dance in space around the Axiom and close the door behind them.

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