Toy Story

Toy Story

Before Finding Nemo, Monsters, Inc. and Cars, the creative minds of Disney/Pixar introduced you to Toy Story and an astonishing world where toys play while their owners are away. Rediscover acclaimed filmmaker John Lasseter's directorial debut with Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and all their friends in an adventure filled with humor, heart and friendship.This groundbreaking computer-generated classic started it all and set the stage for the equally amazing Toy Story 2. It's nonstop fun for the entire family!
Before Finding Nemo, Monsters, Inc. and Cars, the creative minds of Disney/Pixar introduced you to Toy Story and an astonishing world where toys play while their owners are away. Rediscover acclaimed filmmaker John Lasseter's directorial debut with Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and all their friends in an adventure filled with humor, heart and friendship.This groundbreaking computer-generated classic started it all and set the stage for the equally amazing Toy Story 2. It's nonstop fun for the entire family!

Bonus Content

  • Deleted Scenes

    Deleted Scenes

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    Toy Story editor Lee Unkrich explains why two animated sequences were cut from the final movie. Sid interrogates Buzz and Woody. In this extended scene, Woody tries to get a depressed Buzz to help him escape from the milk crate. The filmmakers share storyboarded scenes that never made it into the movie. Buzz escapes certain death and saves the planet from the evil Zurg. In a deserted Western town, a menacing stranger challenges Sheriff Woody to a showdown. Woody dreams that his worst fears are realized. Woody invents a scheme to draw Buzz away from Andy, but things don't go quite as planned. The toys hear a bloodcurdling tale about what happened when Sid got hold of Shakes the Rattle. Woody confronts Sid in an alternate version of Buzz's rescue.
  • Design

    Design

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    View the development of characters, toys and locations through a series of images. View all sides of a character, toy or location. Art Director Ralph Eggleston talks about telling the story through color. Explore story concepts through a series of images. The movie's color palette is explored through a series of images.
  • Featurettes

    Featurettes

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    See how Toy Story found magic in a toy’s point of view—and how the Toy Story 4 team takes that perspective to a whole new level! The filmmakers describe how every aspect of the filmmaking process—from production design, music, sound design and casting, all the way to the development of groundbreaking new animation tools—was driven by a passionate commitment to character and story. Ten years after Toy Story's release, John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter and Joe Ranft take a candid, affectionate look back at the film's creation. Animators, filmmakers, film historians and others discuss the extraordinary legacy of Toy Story. The movie's artists discuss their pioneering efforts to create the sets, characters, look and feel of the world's first computer-animated feature.
  • Music and Sound

    Music and Sound

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    Sound Designer Gary Rydstrom describes how each toy's individual sound signature helps communicate its character. Performed by Randy Newman and Lyle Lovett. Piano/Vocal Demo, Performed by Randy Newman. Piano/Vocal Demo, Performed by Randy Newman, with additional instrumentation and voices. Piano/Vocal Demo, Performed by Randy Newman.
  • Production

    Production

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    The Pixar team breaks down the process of making an animated film into four stages—storyboard, layout, animation and final images. Layout Artist Craig Good shares some solutions to problems his team encountered in making the movie. Directing Animator Ash Brannon uses a progression reel to demonstrate how the film's animation was created. The scene in which Woody and Buzz meet for the first time plays out in a sampling of different languages.
  • Shorts

    Shorts

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    The Pixar crew tell the tale of John Lasseter's infamous old clunker. AJ Riebli recalls vying to win the grand prize in Pixar's fiercely competitive Halloween costume contest. Pete Docter and Andrew Stanton remember an epic scooter rivalry from the early days of Pixar. Buzz inspires Hamm and Rex with an account of his journey to the International Space Station.
  • Trailers and Promos

    Trailers and Promos

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    John Culhane interviews Woody and Buzz by satellite from the Toy Story set.The toys find constructive ways to pass the time while Andy's at school. Buzz haunts Woody's dreams. Rex and the Aliens want to be Space Rangers too. The toys amuse themselves with a variety of games. Rex plays games with Hand-in-the-Box and other toys. Hamm tries out his sales pitches on the Aliens. The toys swap spooky stories. Rex wants to join the fun as the Aliens play catapult with Hand-in-the-Box. The toys argue about which show to watch. Rex shares interesting dinosaur facts with his captivated friends. Woody and friends are surprised to discover what a fast food chain is giving away with its meals. Woody attempts to communicate with the Aliens. Woody and Legs play cards. Looks like Buzz has spent the afternoon at another tea party.