The Robots That WALL-E Stole From

Everyone already knows that WALL-E is a direct rip-off of Short Circuit's Johnny 5. But J5 isn't the only track bot that Pixar borrowed the WALL-E look from. We've taken a deeper look into the world of androids and bulky square robotics and compiled a list of other machines that may have given WALL-E his lensy eyes or tank-track feet. So while EVE's design was inspired by the sleek lines of an Apple ipod was WALL-E inspired by a multitude of bad robot movies and real-life military bots?

The Robots That WALL-E Stole From

The Robots That WALL-E Stole From

The Robots That WALL-E Stole From

The Robots That WALL-E Stole From

The Robots That WALL-E Stole From

The Robots That WALL-E Stole From

The Robots That WALL-E Stole From