Animated series of American production, which was created in collaboration with Disney. The film tells about unusual games of the main character Andy. On his birthday, the hero gets a new toy astronaut, as it turns out this is his favorite toy. In this section you will find many pictures showing scenes from this animated series.
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- Release Date: "Toy Story" premiered on November 22, 1995 in the United States.
- Directed by: The film was directed by John Lasseter, one of the founders of Pixar.
- Cast: The main voice roles in the film were played by Tom Hanks (as Woody), Tim Allen (as Buzz Lightyear), Don Rickles (as Mr. Potato Head), Jim Varney (as Slinky Dog), Wallace Shawn (as Rex) and John Ratzenberger (as Hamm).
- Storyline: The film tells the story of toys that come to life when people aren't looking. The main characters are Woody, a cowboy doll, and Buzz Lightyear, an astronaut, who become friends after initial difficulties.
- Success: "Toy Story" was a huge success both commercially and artistically. The film earned more than $373 million worldwide and received positive reviews from critics.
- Awards: "Toy Story" was nominated for three Oscars, including Best Original Screenplay, Best Original Score and Best Original Song. John Lasseter received a special Oscar for "developing and inspiring this entirely new field of filmmaking."
- Sequences: "Toy Story" had three sequels: "Toy Story 2" (1999), "Toy Story 3" (2010) and "Toy Story 4" (2019).
- Merchandising: The film generated huge revenues from merchandising, including toys, apparel, school supplies and other "Toy Story" related products.
- Meaning: "Toy Story" is considered a landmark work in the history of animation and film. It is the first full-length film created entirely by means of computer animation, which opened the way for many other films of this type.
- Technology: To create the film, Pixar developed its own animation software, RenderMan, which is now a state of
- First Full-length Computer Animated Film.: "Toy Story" is the first feature-length film created entirely with computer animation. Before Pixar started working on "Toy Story," most of the animation was created by hand.
- Changes in the Factory: In the original script, Woody was more sarcastic and unpleasant. The character was changed to a more sympathetic one after receiving negative feedback from the test audience.
- Inspired by Real Toys: Most of the characters in the film were based on actual toys. For example, Woody was based on John Lasseter's childhood cowboy doll, and Buzz Lightyear was based on 1960s astronaut toys.
- Name Buzz Lightyear: The name Buzz Lightyear was inspired by astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to set foot on the moon.
- Originally Intended to be a Short Film: Originally, "Toy Story" was to be a 30-minute special film for Christmas. However, Disney decided it wanted a full-length film.
- The "O" word: The "O" word is used 381 times in the video, averaging about one "O" per minute of video.
- Hidden Mickeys: There are "hidden Mickeys" in the film, which is a typical easter egg in Disney movies. For example, one of them can be seen in the clock on the wall in Andy's room.
- Scene from the Bullet: One of the scenes in "Toy Story" is a direct homage to the movie "Bullet" (The Shining). Namely, the pattern on the carpet in one of the scenes is identical to the one in Stanley Kubrick's film.
- A reference to Star Trek: When Buzz Lightyear says: "To infinity and beyond!" (To infinity and beyond!), this is a reference to Captain Kirk's saying from "Star Trek": "Where no man has gone before" (Where no man has gone before).
- First Oscar Nomination: "Toy Story" was the first animated film to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.