Oilspot and Lipstick is a cartoon produced by The Walt Disney Company in 1986. It was the earliest Disney cartoon with its use of computer animation. In fact, a short-lived subsidiary called The Disney Late Night Animation Group-who volunteered to work on the film during their own time-made the film.
An experimental film from Disney's first computer graphics artists tells the story of Oilspot, a mechanical junkyard dog made of spare parts, who mistakenly wakes a junk monster. When the monster grabs his girlfriend, Lipstick, he rushes to her rescue.