Fred's Pictures are a parody of The Walt Disney Company, and to a lesser extent, Pixar. Their mascot is a 1930's-styled wolf who looks similar to Mickey Mouse. Fred's Pictures is owned by Fred Quincy.
Unlike Disney, who make family friendly films, Fred's Pictures is a polar opposite of that, making films that deal with more adult subjects while containing profanity, dark imagery, and sexually explicit scenes. However, it is rumored that there are hidden images of dark and sexual imagery within many of Walt Disney's films; therefore Fred's Pictures may be a play on those imageries.
According to an internet news article after the mission Unknowing the Truth, a wild celebrity party was held in the Gentry Manor Hotel and the celebrities that took party on it were recording the voice overs for a Fred's Pictures incoming animated movie called Dingleberry.
- Fred Whitner, a parody of Walt Disney, has a directors star on the Vinewood Walk of Fame.
- There is a Fred's Store located on Vinewood Boulevard, which is based on the Disney Store.
- Despite being a parody of Disney and its animation studio Pixar, they are from England[ ].
- Bip The Dog mentioned by Fred Quincy in his letter to David Richards maybe represented on Fred's Pictures logo.