Which Pixar movies got Oscar hugs and which were cruelly shunned?

Sure, the Oscars love some Pixar movies as much as you. But do you know which were embraced by the academy and which were snubbed? Scroll through our new photo gallery below to find out how your favorites fared at the Academy Awards. 

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Pixar has been a dominant force in Hollywood since the original “Toy Story” took its bow in 1995. Since then, the studio has released 14 more features, including the well-received “Inside Out” earlier this month. And be on the look-out for their next production, “The Good Dinosaur,” this Thanksgiving.

However, with the Best Animated Feature category at the Oscars not introduced until 2001, the first three Pixar flicks (“Toy Story,” “A Bug’s Life” and “Toy Story 2”) didn’t have the luxury of that “easy” bid in the bag. Even so, that trio netted a total of six Oscar nominations, with one win.

Find out which Pixar films claimed gold and which were snubbed by scrolling through our new photo gallery below.

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