TOY STORY
1995, Walt Disney Pictures, 81 min, USA, Dir: John Lasseter

The film that started it all and launched one of the most successful animated franchises of all time, TOY STORY takes its audience on an immersive journey into the room of a young boy, whose eclectic collection of toys magically comes to life when left unsupervised. Utilizing groundbreaking computer animated effects (and officially the first CG feature film ever), the films follows the adventures of a vintage cowboy doll. Woody (voice of Tom Hanks), who is confronted with the possibility of his own obsolescence after meeting the high tech action figure Buzz Lightyear (voice of Tim Allen). Featuring a memorable ensemble of voice actors including Don Rickles, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Annie Potts, R. Lee Ermey, and Laurie Metcalf.


TOY STORY 2
1999, Walt Disney Pictures, 92 min, USA, Dir: John Lasseter

In this highly anticipated follow up to the beloved original, Woody (voice of Tom Hanks) and Buzz (voice of Tim Allen) return in epic fashion in an out-of-the-bedroom adventure that finds Woody in the hands of a greedy toy collector, the “Chicken Man” Al McWhiggin (voice of Wayne Knight). It’s up to Buzz and his band of toys to save him, including Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head (voices of Don Rickles & Estelle Harris), Rex (voice of Wallace Shawn) and Slinky (voice of Jim Varney). Featuring the voices of Joan Cusack and Kelsey Grammer as new toys, Jessie and Stinky Pete the Prospector.


TOY STORY 3
2010, Walt Disney Studios, 103 min, USA, Dir: Lee Unkrich

A record shattering box office hit and a satisfying conclusion to the toys’ era in Andy’s bedroom, TOY STORY 3 finds Woody (voice of Tom Hanks), Buzz (voice of Tim Allen), Jessie (voice of Joan Cusack) and the gang stranded in a local day care center. Unwilling to let go of the college-bound Andy, who no longer has a need for toys, the group ventures on an odyssey home in a race against time before losing their owner for good.


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