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Disney Pixar CARS 2: New On-Demand Lego Mater Short

It’s definitely available on Comcast’s On-Demand …

(yea, I was too lazy to record and convert it so I took some photos … I think this is how the DVR worked in the 1970’s? Right? 🙂  ).

It even looks like this is from the 1970’s? 🙂

You can find it in the KIDS>LEGO TV section on the Comcast on-Demand setup, not sure if it’s available on other cable systems?

Presumably this is one of the shorts included on the TRU CARS 2 Blu Ray package –  the exclusive CARS 2 bonus disc.

The CARS 2 Lego trailer is also available on Comcast On-Demand (along with about 15 other Lego shorts).



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20 October 2011 Disney Pixar CARS 3, Lego 7 Comments


  • PirateDad says:

    This time around we are not trying to collect thema ll when it comes to the diecasts, but we are with the Cars II LEGO…. LOVE making them with PirateSon!!!

    Here is the Short on Lego.com


  • Dunroamin says:

    Yep… Had to take a photo of pitfall on the 2600 when you finished the game to mail it in for a prize…the worst part is back then, photo processing took several days…we left our Atari on to make sure the photos came out ok…”sorry mom…you can’t watch General Hospital”

    I still need that Rod Lego set from the TRU event…anyone ahve an extra..?

    • John in Missouri says:

      I took photos of my high score on the Nintendo NES Galaga game. I was home for Christmas break sometime in the late ’80’s. My Dad watched me play the first few stages, but went to bed so he could get up for work the next morning. When he came down at 5-something in the morning, he asked if I was playing the SAME game. I certainly was, and wound up with 7 or 8 million points. I never have determined if that was the all-time high score or not on that version of the game.

      (MET: The Galaga on the iPhone is a pretty accurate rendering of the old arcade version).

    • sodabear says:

      I remember taking a Polaroid pic of my completed Pitfall game way back when, although I don’t think we ever sent it in. I can’t remember what the point was- were we supposed to get a prize or something?

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  • Stig McQueen says:

    It’s on the LEGO website, too (lego.com). (Unfortunately, it runs in Flash, which my iPhone doesn’t support…)

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