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With the release of its 19th film, “Coco,” in November, Pixar continued a streak of box-office domination that began with the release of its first film, “Toy Story,” in 1995.

Though each Pixar film released has made the studio a substantial net profit, not every movie has lived up to the immense success of some of the company’s true blockbusters.

Using Box Office Mojo’s and The Numbers’ sales and production statistics for each film, Business Insider has ranked all 19 Pixar movies so far by their inflation-adjusted net profit.

Adjusting all global box-office receipts and budgets for inflation using the US inflation calculator, we subtracted budgets from worldwide box-office grosses to determine which Pixar film has been the most financially successful over time. (This doesn’t take into account marketing and other costs, however, so true net profits are actually smaller.)

Read on to see which Pixar film came out on top:

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19. “The Good Dinosaur” (2015) – Adjusted net profit: $150.6 million

Adjusted gross: $345.7 million

Unadjusted gross: $332.2 million

Adjusted budget: $195.1 million

Unadjusted budget: $187.5 million

18. “Cars 3” (2017) – Adjusted net profit: $208.7 million

Adjusted gross: $383.7 million

Unadjusted gross: $383.7 million

Adjusted budget: $175 million

Unadjusted budget: $175 million

17. “A Bug’s Life” (1998) – Adjusted net profit: $368.1 million

Adjusted gross: $549.7 million

Unadjusted gross: $363.2 million

Adjusted budget: $181.5 million

Unadjusted budget: $120 million

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