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Parents Guide for
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Woody and Bo Peep romantically converse in one scene and they kiss under mistletoe in the end of the movie (not shown).

Some toys (which, in this film, are known to be sentient) are injured and one is destroyed.

Woody and Buzz get into a fight.

Some toys had obviously been horribly mutilated off-screen.


At worst, "idiot," "stupid," "bozo," "dirt bag" and "creep" are used as insults. Woody does tell Buzz hed have a choice word or two for him, but he cant say them because there are preschool toys present. It is implied that a character calls another an "A**kisser" but it is never really said.

Depressed about learning he's really a toy and having tea with Sid's sister who's dressed him like a girl.

Buzz acts as if he's drunk after drinking coffee.

Woody calls Buzz "Mr. Light Beer."

Some children might find the idea of sentient toys unnerving.

Some characters are in peril at many points.

There are themes of abandonment that some children may find disturbing.

BBFC - (U): mild violence, scary scenes, dangerous behaviour.

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