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Toy Story -- Woody, a cowboy doll, is Andy's favorite. But when Buzz Lightyear arrives the space hero takes Andy's room by storm! Their rivalry leaves them lost and in a nightmare with Sid, a toy-torturing boy next door.  To escape they need to work together.
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A cowboy doll is profoundly threatened and jealous when a new spaceman figure supplants him as top toy in a boy's room. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Tom Hanks ... Woody (voice)

Tim Allen ... Buzz Lightyear (voice)

Don Rickles ... Mr. Potato Head (voice)

Jim Varney ... Slinky Dog (voice)

Wallace Shawn ... Rex (voice)

John Ratzenberger ... Hamm (voice)

Annie Potts ... Bo Peep (voice)

John Morris ... Andy (voice)

Erik von Detten ... Sid (voice)

Laurie Metcalf ... Mrs. Davis (voice)

R. Lee Ermey ... Sergeant (voice)
Sarah Freeman ... Hannah (voice)

Penn Jillette ... TV Announcer (voice)
Jack Angel ... Shark / Rocky Gibraltar (voice)
Spencer Aste ... (voice)
Greg Berg ... Minesweeper Soldier (voice)
Lisa Bradley ... (voice)
Kendall Cunningham ... (voice)

Debi Derryberry ... Aliens / Troll / Announcer on Intercom at Pizza Planet (voice)

Cody Dorkin ... (voice)

Bill Farmer ... Mission Control Announcer (voice)
Craig Good ... (voice)
Gregory Grudt ... (voice)
Danielle Judovits ... (voice)
Sam Lasseter ... (voice)
Brittany Levenbrown ... (voice)

Sherry Lynn ... (voice)
Scott McAfee ... (voice)
Mickie McGowan ... Sid's Mom (voice)
Ryan O'Donohue ... (voice)

Jeff Pidgeon ... Aliens / Robot / Mr. Spell (voice)
Patrick Pinney ... (voice)

Phil Proctor ... Bowling Announcer / Pizza Planet Guard (voice)
Jan Rabson ... (voice)

Joe Ranft ... Lenny the Binoculars (voice)

Andrew Stanton ... Commercial Chorus (voice)
Shane Sweet ... (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hannah Unkrich ... Molly Davis (voice) (uncredited)

Frank Welker ... R.C. the Race Car / Scud / Buster (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
John Lasseter 
Writing credits
John Lasseter (original story by) and
Pete Docter (original story by) and
Andrew Stanton (original story by) and
Joe Ranft (original story by)

Joss Whedon (screenplay) and
Andrew Stanton (screenplay) and
Joel Cohen (screenplay) &
Alec Sokolow (screenplay)

Produced by
Bonnie Arnold .... producer
Ed Catmull .... executive producer (as Edwin Catmull)
Ralph Guggenheim .... producer
Steve Jobs .... executive producer
Original Music by
Randy Newman 
Film Editing by
Robert Gordon 
Lee Unkrich 
Art Direction by
Ralph Eggleston 
Production Management
Patsy Bouge .... post-production supervisor (as Patsy Bougé)
Karen Robert Jackson .... production supervisor
Art Department
Kevin Bjorke .... lead layout artist (as Kevin Björke)
Norm DeCarlo .... sculptor (as Norm Decarlo)
Ewan Johnson .... lead layout artist
Sonoko Konishi .... set dresser
Shelley Daniels Lekven .... sculptor
Terry McQueen .... art manager (as Terry Herrmann Mcqueen)
Kelly O'Connell .... set dresser
Ann M. Rockwell .... set dresser
Sound Department
Bob Baron .... dialogue recordist
Tom Barwick .... foley artist
Tony Eckert .... foley recordist
Dan Engstrom .... assistant sound editor
J.R. Grubbs .... assistant sound editor
Tim Holland .... supervising sound editor
Pat Jackson .... sound effects editor
Doc Kane .... dialogue recordist
Mary Helen Leasman .... foley editor
Marilyn McCoppen .... adr editor
Tom Myers .... assistant sound designer
Susan Popovic .... assistant sound editor
Gary Rydstrom .... re-recording mixer
Gary Rydstrom .... sound designer
Susan Sanford .... assistant sound editor
Gary Summers .... sound re-recording mixer
Dennie Thorpe .... foley artist
Tina Canny .... machine room operator (uncredited)
Vince Caro .... original dialogue recording engineer (uncredited)
Tom Myers .... re-recording mixer: foreign (uncredited)
Tom Myers .... sound effects recordist (uncredited)
Philip Rogers .... sound recordist: temp mix (uncredited)
David E. Turner .... machine room operator (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Mark Adams .... modeling team
Narottama Alden .... digital massage therapist
Darla K. Anderson .... digital angel
Anthony A. Apodaca .... renderman software development
Anthony A. Apodaca .... shader team
Ronen Barzel .... modeling & animation system development
Ronen Barzel .... modeling team
Kevin Bjorke .... modeling team (as Kevin Björke)
Sharon Calahan .... lighting supervisor
Loren Carpenter .... modeling & animation system development (as Loren C. Carpenter)
Loren Carpenter .... modeling team (as Loren C. Carpenter)
Loren Carpenter .... renderman software development (as Loren C. Carpenter)
Loren Carpenter .... shader team (as Loren C. Carpenter)
Ed Catmull .... renderman software development
Andrew Cho .... render wrangler
Rob Cook .... renderman software development
Mark Dornfeld .... title optical supervisor
Mark Eastwood .... additional modeler
Michael Fong .... render wrangler
Deborah R. Fowler .... modeling team
Damir Frkovic .... modeling team
Keith B.C. Gordon .... shader team
Shalini Govil-Pai .... modeling team
Larry Gritz .... shader team
Thomas Hahn .... modeling & animation system development
Pat Hanrahan .... renderman software development
David R. Haumann .... modeling team
Mark Thomas Henne .... modeling team
Mark Thomas Henne .... visual effects (as Mark T. Henne)
Monique Hodgkinson .... additional modeler
Grey Holland .... additional modeler
Oren Jacob .... visual effects
Steve Johnson .... renderman software development
Chris King .... modeling & animation system development
Tia W. Kratter .... lead CGI painter
Barbara T. Labounta .... lighting & rendering coordinator
John Lasseter .... modeling & animation system development
Jim Lawson .... renderman software development
Sam Leffler .... modeling & animation system development
Sam Leffler .... renderman software development
Michael Lorenzen .... render wrangler
M.W. Mantle .... renderman software development
Daniel McCoy .... renderman software development (as Dan Mccoy)
Yael Milo .... modeling team (as Yael Milò)
Peter Nye .... modeling & animation system development
Keith Olenick .... render wrangler
Eben Ostby .... associate technical director (as Eben Fiske Ostby)
Eben Ostby .... modeling & animation system development (as Eben Fiske Ostby)
Phyllis Oyama .... digital librarian
Darwyn Peachey .... modeling & animation system development
Darwyn Peachey .... modeling team
Darwyn Peachey .... renderman software development
Darwyn Peachey .... visual effects
Thomas Porter .... renderman software development
Thomas Porter .... shader & visual effects supervisor
Mitch Prater .... shader team
Mitch Prater .... visual effects
William Reeves .... modeling & animation system development
William Reeves .... renderman software development
William Reeves .... supervising technical director
Drew Rogge .... modeling & animation system development
Brian M. Rosen .... modeling & animation system development
Brian M. Rosen .... shader team
Brian M. Rosen .... visual effects
David Salesin .... renderman software development
Rick Sayre .... modeling & animation system development
Rick Sayre .... modeling team
Rick Sayre .... shader team
Don Schreiter .... renderman software development
Michael Shantzis .... modeling & animation system development
Eliot Smyrl .... modeling & animation system development
Eliot Smyrl .... modeling team
Eliot Smyrl .... shader team
Heidi Stettner .... modeling & animation system development
Galyn Susman .... lighting supervisor
Galyn Susman .... modeling team
Douglas Todd .... assistant lighting & rendering coordinator
Mark T. VandeWettering .... renderman software development (as Mark Vandewettering)
Vivek Verma .... render wrangler
Graham Walters .... modeling team
Graham Walters .... shader team
Deirdre Warin .... modeling and shading coordinator
Tom Vukmanic .... model maker (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Adams .... lighting team
Anthony A. Apodaca .... lighting team
Larry Aupperle .... lighting team
Sharon Calahan .... lighting supervisor
Don Conway .... camera technician
Cynthia Dueltgen .... lighting team
Lisa Forssell .... lighting lead
Deborah R. Fowler .... lighting lead
Damir Frkovic .... lighting team
Shalini Govil-Pai .... lighting team
Larry Gritz .... lighting team
David R. Haumann .... lighting team
Oren Jacob .... lighting team
Ewan Johnson .... lighting technician
Sonoko Konishi .... lighting team
Les Major .... lighting team
Matthew Martin .... camera engineer
Julie M. McDonald .... camera manager
Yael Milo .... lighting team (as Yael Milò)
Desiree Mourad .... lighting team (as Desirée Mourad)
Kelly O'Connell .... lighting team
Jeff Pratt .... lighting team
Louis Rivera .... camera supervisor
Galyn Susman .... lighting supervisor
Tru'o'ng Gia Tìên .... lighting lead
Mark T. VandeWettering .... lighting team (as Mark T. Vandewettering)
William A. Wise .... lighting lead
Animation Department
Kelly Asbury .... story artist
Michael Berenstein .... animator
Kim Blanchette .... animator
Colin Brady .... animator
Ash Brannon .... directing animator
Ash Brannon .... story artist
Mike Cachuela .... story artist
William Cone .... character designer
Jill Culton .... story artist
Pete Docter .... story artist
Pete Docter .... supervising animator
Perry Farinola .... story artist
Davey Crockett Feiten .... animator
Roman Figun .... layout artist
Jean Gillmore .... character designer
Angie Glocka .... animator
Craig Good .... supervising layout artist
Rex Grignon .... animator
Tom K. Gurney .... animator
Dan Haskett .... character designer
Jimmy Hayward .... animator
Hal T. Hickel .... animator
Tom Holloway .... character designer
Ewan Johnson .... layout artist
Steve Johnson .... character designer
Jason Katz .... story artist
Karen Kiser .... animator
Heather Knight .... animation checker
Shawn Krause .... additional animator (as Shawn P. Krause)
Shawn Krause .... additional layout artist (as Shawn P. Krause)
Anthony LaMolinara .... animator (as Anthony B. Lamolinara)
Guionne Leroy .... animator
Bud Luckey .... animator
Bud Luckey .... character designer
Bud Luckey .... story artist
Matthew Luhn .... additional animator (as Matt Luhn)
Les Major .... animator
Glenn McQueen .... animator
Desiree Mourad .... layout artist (as Desirée Mourad)
Mark Oftedal .... animator
Bob Pauley .... character designer
Bob Peterson .... additional animator
Bob Peterson .... additional layout artist
B.Z. Petroff .... animation manager (as BZ Petroff)
Jeff Pidgeon .... animator
Jeff Pidgeon .... story artist
Jeff Pratt .... animator
Rich Quade .... directing animator
Steve Rabatich .... animator
Roger Rose .... animator
Andrew Schmidt .... additional animator
Andrew Schmidt .... additional layout artist
Steve Segal .... animator
Doug Sheppeck .... animator
Alan Sperling .... animator
Andrew Stanton .... character designer
Andrew Stanton .... story artist
Doug Sweetland .... animator
David Tart .... animator
Triva von Klark .... animation manager
Ken Willard .... animator
Maureen Wylie .... animation coordinator (as Maureen E. Wylie)
Casting Department
Nancy Hayes .... additional casting
Ruth Lambert .... casting consultant
Mickie McGowan .... adr voice casting
Meredith Layne .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Torbin Xan Bullock .... second assistant editor
Ada Cochavi .... assistant editor
Tom Freeman .... assistant editor
Ed Fuller .... apprentice editor
Dale E. Grahn .... color timer (as Dale Grahn)
Robin Lee .... assistant editor
Steven Liu .... second assistant editor
Rich Mackay .... negative cutter (as Rick Mackay)
Margaret Yu Mallari .... post-production administrator (as Margaret Yu)
Julie M. McDonald .... editorial manager
Deirdre Morrison .... editorial coordinator
Dana Mulligan .... assistant editor
Phyllis Oyama .... apprentice editor
Mary Beth Smith .... negative cutter
Jesse William Wallace .... editorial production assistant
Music Department
Tod Cooper .... music production supervisor
Don Davis .... orchestrator
Sandy DeCrescent .... orchestra contractor (as Sandy De Crescent)
Greg Dennen .... music recording assistant
James Flamberg .... music editor (as Jim Flamberg)
Tom Hardisty .... music recording assistant
Bill Kinsley .... music recording assistant
Helena Lea .... associate music editor
Ling Ling Li .... assistant music wrestler
Susan McLean .... music recording assistant
Chris Montan .... executive music producer
Randy Newman .... orchestrator
Robert Randles .... storyreel music wrestler
Rail Rogut .... music recording assistant
Frank Wolf .... music mixer
Frank Wolf .... music recordist
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)
Tonia Davall .... orchestra contractor (uncredited)
Tommy Johnson .... musician: tuba (uncredited)
Jim Keltner .... musician: drums (uncredited)
Walterio Pesqueira .... lyrics: Spanish version (uncredited)
Steve Schaeffer .... musician: percussion (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: French horn (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn (uncredited)
Other crew
Ronen Barzel .... illumination engineer
Susan Bradley .... title designer
Andrew Caldwell .... production intern
Martin Caplan .... production intern
Onny P. Carr .... systems operator
Bill Carson .... software engineer
David H. Ching .... computer systems manager
Ryan Chisum .... production intern
William Cone .... cg painter/designer
William Cone .... concept artwork
Robin Cooper .... cg painter
Nancy Copeland .... production office assistant
Monica Corbin .... marketing & promotions coordinator
Ellen DeVine .... production coordinator (as Ellen Devine)
David DiFrancesco .... photoscience consultant (as D. Difrancesco)
Lisa Ellis .... finance: Pixar
Lou Fancher .... concept artwork
Heather L. Feng .... assistant: John Lasseter and William Reeves
David Gordon .... concept artwork
Terri Greening .... assistant production accountant
Susan Hamana .... senior production associate
Kathleen Handy .... purchasing assistant
Alethea Harampolis .... production office assistant
Takeshi Hasegawa .... production intern
Jay Hathaway .... production intern
Kevin Hawkes .... concept artwork
Jason Henry .... production intern
Christian Hill .... production office assistant
Ken Huey .... software engineer
Victoria Jaschob .... assistant production coordinator
Dennis 'D.J.' Jennings .... purchasing/facilities manager (as Dennis 'DJ' Jennings)
Steve Johnson .... concept artwork
William Joyce .... concept artwork
Steven Kani .... production intern
Robert Lence .... story supervisor
Susan E. Levin .... assistant: John Lasseter and William Reeves
Susan E. Levin .... story coordinator
Victoria Livingstone .... production intern (as Victoria Livingston)
Lori Lombardo .... assistant: Bonnie Arnold
Lori Lombardo .... production coordinator
Michael E. Murdock .... macintosh systems engineer
Kevin Page .... production intern
Bob Pauley .... concept artwork
B.Z. Petroff .... layout manager (as BZ Petroff)
Lucas Putnam .... assistant production coordinator
Edgar Quinones .... hardware technician (as Edgar Quiñones)
Gustavo Ramírez .... production intern
Joe Ranft .... story supervisor
William Reeves .... supervising technical director
Kevin Reher .... production controller
Jonas Rivera .... production office assistant
Nilo Rodis-Jamero .... concept artwork (as Nilo Rodis)
Benjamin Salles .... production intern
Katherine Sarafian .... production schedules coordinator
Michael Shantzis .... monitor calibration software
Heather Jane Smith .... post-production scheduler (as Heather Jane Macdonald Smith)
Allison Smith-Murphy .... technical department manager (as Allison Smith Murphy)
Alex Stahl .... media systems engineer
Heidi Stettner .... logistics programmer
Lauren Beth Strogoff .... unit publicist (as Lauren Strogoff)
David Thomas .... production intern
Deirdre Warin .... assistant: Ralph Guggenheim
Alec Wong .... systems operator
Neftalí Álvarez 'El Magnífico' .... hardware engineer (as Neftalí 'El Magnífico' Álvarez)
Leo Chu .... creative executive (uncredited)
Bob Corff .... voice teacher (uncredited)
Ron Senkowski .... assistant: Randy Newman (uncredited)
Christian von Burkleo .... video recording engineer (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As:
"Toy Story in 3-D" - USA (promotional title)
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81 min | Turkey:74 min (TV version)
Color (Technicolor)
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When the soldiers are watching the pile of presents disappear during the birthday party, two silhouette pictures can be seen on the wall. These pictures are available at Walt Disney parks worldwide, and are cut freehand, with no prior sketchwork, using nothing but paper and scissors by the park's employees.See more »
Continuity: When the toy soldiers are parachuting downstairs we see their parachutes, but in the next scene when the rest of the toy soldiers slide down on the jump rope the parachutes are gone.See more »
[first lines]
Andy:[playing with and mimicking the voices of his toys; holding Mr. Potato Head] All right, everyone! This... is a stick-up. Don't anybody move! Now empty that safe!
[empties Hamm the piggy bank and coins fall out]
Andy:Ooh, hoo hoo! Money, money, money!
[has Potato Head "kiss" the money; as Bo Peep]
Andy:Stop it! Stop it, you mean old potato!
[as Potato Head]
Andy:Quiet, Bo Peep! Or your sheep get run over!
[as the sheep, on a toy car track]
Andy:Help! Baaa! Help us!
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33 out of 38 people found the following review useful.
Plastic Fantastic., 26 May 2006
Author: dunmore_ego from Los Angeles, California

Y'know, I always suspected that my toys were coming to life when I wasn't looking!

In Andy's Room, his toys lead lives of noisy desperation come every birthday and Christmas - no one wants to be one-upped by a new addition to the toy box. Nominally led by Cowboy Woody (there's a Brokeback joke in there just waiting to happen), Mr. Potato Head, Rex the Dinosaur, Ham the piggybank, Bo Peep, Slinky the dog and a smattering of other playthings go about their toy business of playing checkers, hanging with the hometoys and "plastic corrosion awareness meetings," until Andy's birthday party, when they gather expectantly around a transistor radio, listening to the reports of their toy soldier troops "in the field" (downstairs watching Andy's gift-opening), hoping that no gift will be exciting enough to cause Andy to neglect *them.* There is. His name is Buzz Lightyear, Space Ranger.

Directed by Pixar mainstay John Lasseter, with the voice talents of Tom Hanks (as Woody), Don Rickles, John Ratzenberger (forever Cliff from *Cheers*), R. Lee Ermey, Annie Potts, Jim Varney and Tim Allen (as Buzz), *Toy Story* is that *rara avis* that succeeds on all levels – in its animation, storyline, character development, its messages of friendship and self-realization and, most importantly, its entertainment value. The fact that this is a cartoon (or animated feature – just what DO we call this new wave of computer-generated movies?) is incidental. Which makes the slightly dodgy animation (of the "real people") irrelevant - it gets the point across with or without the technological finesse.

The "Disney Movie" has become synonymous with maudlin messages, redneck fundamentalism, anachronistic family values, boneheaded parents, smart-mouthing youngsters, too-hip-to-be-smart teens and insufferable pets. Though Disney's tyrannical umbrella overarches this film's production studio, Pixar Animation, *Toy Story* somehow avoided all trace of Disney's craven hand, which is doubly surprising, considering this is Pixar's first feature length film, after years of experimentation. Right outa the gate and right outa the field.

Sure, there are "messages," but they are heartfelt, rather than maudlin (Woody tells Buzz during Buzz's greatest depression that it matters not what Buzz thinks of himself, what makes him important is what his owner, Andy, thinks of him); there are emotional segments, which are truly heartbreaking, rather than cheesy (when Buzz's escape attempt lands him with a broken arm, proving he is Not A Flying Toy, the lyric, "Clearly I will go sailing no more," launches a thousand hankies); and the portrayal of Andy's family was Pixar's triumphal achievement. Boldly contravening Disney's *idée fixe* of the 1950's nuclear family and Norman Rockwell fantasies, one of the many incarnations of a modern-day family is presented: a single mother with two kids, who are neither geniuses nor monsters, just normal children; happy to visit Pizza Planet and disappointed when favorite toys are lost.

Buzz – who believes he is a real life space ranger on a mission to save the universe - become Andy's favorite toy over Woody. The funny thing is: though Buzz believes he is real, he still adheres to toy protocol of "playing inert" when humans are in the area. (Maybe it's instinct?) When he mentions saving a toy from Sid, the vicious boy next door, how does he propose to do it if he is to adhere to the inert protocol? Buzz's ingenuousness regarding his role as a toy infuriates Woody to the point of attempted toy-assassination. Through a concatenation of accidents, both he and Buzz become lost and must use teamwork, trust and ingenuity to beat their path back to Andy, which finds them ensconced in scorchingly funny vignettes (Buzz fastening himself in an over-sized seatbelt; both falling in with green, three-eyed aliens; Buzz hyperventilating as "Mrs. Nesbitt"). During a climactic rocket ride, the callback line, "This is not flying - this is falling with style," simply seals this movie's greatness.

At least I now have a plausible explanation as to why my toys always got lost: after going about their toy business, they would just go inert anywhere they happened to be, instead of paying attention to their master's infallible toy filing system….

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