Toy Story

1995

John Lasseter
Director
Pixar
Production Company
Walt Disney Pictures
Production Company

The toys belonging to a hyperactive young boy come to life when nobody is looking. Top toy, Woody (a cowboy doll) gets incredibly jealous when a new, bigger, better toy Buzz Lightyear (a space robot doll) gets bought as a birthday present. Initially the two do not get along, but later become friends when they find themselves trapped in a demented child's house.
Pixar's first full-length animated movie is a must-see for all. Top marks to Disney as well, who released the film as a DVD/Blu-Ray combo pack. If anyone familiar with the quality of the DVD thinks the Blu-Ray print of the film can't be that much better than the standard DVD then think again! The transition from DVD to Blu is absolutely incredible.~ The Lord

Just when you thought it was all over for quality children's entertainment, the Pixar people reinvented it with this hip, funny and warm toy tale. Disney have been irritating me by pulling releases and cynically putting them out before the Blu-Ray DVD format blossoms. -Shrug- buy it anyway. Highest recommendation, easily one of the top 20 kid's movies ever. ~ The Sloth

Followed by Toy Story 2 (1999), and Toy Story 3 (2010).


Toy Story
22nd November 1995
Cinema



81 mins
1.78:1

Toy Story
22nd March 1996
Cinema



77 mins
1.78:1

Toy Story (Movie-Only Edition)
20th March 2001
DVD



81 mins
1.78:1

10th Anniversary Edition
6th September 2005
DVD



81 mins
1.78:1

10th Anniversary Edition
28th November 2005
DVD



77 mins
1.78:1

Toy Story [Combo Pack]
8th March 2010
Blu-Ray
&
DVD
(combo pack)




81 mins
1.78:1



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Tom Hanks
Woody
Tim Allen
Buzz Lightyear
Don Rickles
Mr. Potato Head
Jim Varney
Slinky Dog
Wallace Shawn
Rex
John Ratzenberger
Hamm
Annie Potts
Bo Peep
John Morris
Andy
Erik Von Detten
Sid
Laurie Metcalf
Mrs. Davis
R. Lee Ermey
Sergeant
Sarah Freeman
Hannah
Joe Ranft
Lenny the Binoculars

Lord Heath: Notes & Screenshots

Wearysloth: Additional Notes