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BURN-E (which stands for "Basic Utility Repair Nano Engineer") is a welder robot who is seen briefly in the 2008 Pixar film WALL-E, when WALL-E and EVE fly around the Axiom starliner and re-enter the ship through a door, locking him outside. BURN-E is then seen banging his fists against the door, ultimately realizing that he has been locked out.

BURN-E is also the titular character of a parallel spin-off short from the film. This short was produced at the same time as the movie, and was directed by the feature film's lead animator, Angus MacLane (who also supplied BURN-E's voice). The short is included as a bonus feature on the DVD and Blu-ray releases of WALL-E and has since been aired on TV as well. BURN-E features music composed and conducted by J.A.C. Redford, who was also the orchestrator on WALL-E.

Trivia

  • His face was designed to look like a welder's mask.
  • He appeared twice during the credits. He first appeared helping some humans build a building. He was later shown welding near the Live Action part of the credits.
  • In the DVD extras, it says that he is reassigned to the Lido Deck on S'mores Night.

Gallery

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WALL-E
Media
Films: WALL-EBURN-E

Books: Little Golden BookThe Art of WALL-E
Games: Video Game
Music: Soundtrack

Disney Parks
Games of the Boardwalk

Firework: World of Color

Characters
WALL-EEVEAUTOM-OGO-4PR-TSECUR-TCaptain B. McCreaShelby ForthrightJohnMaryHalBURN-ESUPPLY-RIncineratorGarbage Truck RobotWALL-A
Songs
Put On Your Sunday ClothesDown to EarthBnL Jingle
Objects
AxiomWALL-E Transport VehicleProbe ship
See Also
IncineratorBuy n LargeBNL StarlinerAxiom computerThe Science Behind PixarPixar in a Box