November 22, 1995.
To be rereleased in Disney Digital 3-D October 2, 2009.
Original Story By
You've Got A Friend In Me
I Will Go Sailing No More
It was the first film to be produced as a result of the partnership between Disney and Pixar.
This was the first completely computer generated movie.
It took 300 networked Sun workstations approximately 800,000 hours of computing time to complete this film.
Each sixteenth of a second frame contains about 300 megabytes of information.
A special Academy Award was presented to John Lasseter for "The development and inspired application of techniques that have made possible the first feature-length computer-animated film."
Toy Story was nominated for three Academy Awards: Best Music, Original Musical Or Comedy Score - Randy Newman; Best Music, Song, "You've Got A Friend In Me"; and Best Screenplay Written Directly For The Screen.
Buzz: To infinity, and beyond!
Woody: Look, we're all very impressed with Andy's new toy.
Woody: T-O-Y, toy.
Buzz: Excuse me, I think the word you're searching for is "space ranger".
Woody: The word I'm searching for, I can't say, because there's preschool toys present.
Woody: Buzz! You're flying!
Buzz: This isn't flying. This is falling with style!
Buzz: I'm Buzz Lightyear. I come in peace.
Rex: Oh, I'm so glad you're not a dinosaur!
Buzz: This is no time to panic.
Woody: This is a perfect time to panic!
DVD & Soundtrack
DVD Bonus Features
- Disney/Pixar's First Ever DTS 5.1 Audio Track
- Newly remastered Dolby 5.1 EX Track Mixed By Seven Time Academy Award® Winner Gary Rydstrom
- Highest Digital "Bit Rate" Ever Used For A Disney/Pixar Film
- Hilarious Deleted Scenes
- All-New "Legacy Of TOY STORY"
- All-New "Filmmakers Reflect" Featuring Academy Award-Winning Creator John Lasseter
- Exclusive Sneak Peek At Pixar's Next Animated Feature CARS
- All-New Game -- "The Claw!"
- And Much More!
Hang on for the comedy that goes to infinity and beyond!
Watch out for little green men!
The adventure takes off!
The burn mark on Woody's forehead disappears.
When the toys are planning to rescue Buzz from the rocket, the clock on Sid's wall changes from 6:35 to 10:00 to 3:10.
When Buzz lifts his foot to show Andy's name inscribed underneath, his laser is shown to be on his inner arm, but it's normally on the top of his forearm.
When the soldiers take the baby monitor they take the reciever part with them rather than the transmitter.
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