Toy Story

A young man named Andy loves to be in his room, playing with his toys, particularly his toy named “Woody”. In any case, what do the toys do when Andy isn’t with them, they wake up. Woody trusts that his life (as a toy) is acceptable. Nonetheless, he should stress over Andy’s family moving, and what Woody doesn’t know is about Andy’s birthday celebration. Woody does not understand that Andy’s mom gave him an activity figure known as Buzz Lightyear, who doesn’t completely accept that that he is a toy, and rapidly turns into Andy’s new most loved toy. Woody, who is presently overcome with desire, attempts to dispose of Buzz. Then, at that point, both Woody and Buzz are presently lost. They need to figure out how to return to Andy before he moves without them, however they must go through a merciless toy executioner, Sid Phillips.

Toy Story Trailer

Toy Story

Duration: 1h 21min
Release Date: 22 November 1995 (USA)
Genres: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director: John Lasseter
IMDb: 8.3

Box Office Collection

Budget: $30,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend USA & Canada: $29,140,617 Nov 26, 1995
Gross USA & Canada: $223,225,679
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $394,436,586


Academy Awards, USA 1996
John Lasseter
For the development and inspired application of techniques that have made possible the first feature-length computer-animated film.
20/20 Awards 2016
Best Picture

Best Song
“You’ve Got A Friend In Me.”
Annie Awards 1996
Best Individual Achievement: Music
Randy Newman

Best Individual Achievement: Writing
Andrew Stanton
Joss Whedon
Joel Cohen
Alec Sokolow

Best Individual Achievement: Directing
John Lasseter

Best Individual Achievement: Producing
Bonnie Arnold
Ralph Guggenheim

Best Individual Achievement: Production Design
Ralph Eggleston

Best Individual Achievement: Animation
Pete Docter

Best Individual Achievement: Technical Achievement

Best Animated Feature
Walt Disney Pictures
Pixar Animation Studios
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1996
Top Box Office Films
Randy Newman
Awards Circuit Community Awards 1995
Best Motion Picture
Bonnie Arnold
Ralph Guggenheim

Best Original Screenplay
Andrew Stanton (story/screenplay)
Joss Whedon (screenplay)
Joel Cohen (screenplay)
Alec Sokolow (screenplay)
John Lasseter (story)
Pete Docter (story)
Joe Ranft (story)
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 1996
Best Original Score
Randy Newman
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 1996
Best Animated Film
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 1995
Best Animated Film
Leggio d’oro 2009
Special Mention to the Cartoon Voice
Fabrizio Frizzi
For the voice of Woody.
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 1995
Best Animation
John Lasseter
Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 1996
Best Sound Editing – Animated Feature
MovieGuide Awards 1996
Best Movie for Families
Online Film & Television Association 2013
Motion Picture
PGA Awards 1996
Bonnie Arnold
Ralph Guggenheim
Sci-Fi Universe Magazine, USA 1996
Best Fantasy Film
Young Artist Awards 1996
Best Family Feature – Musical or Comedy

Best Performance by a Young Actress – Voiceover Role
Sarah Rayne
Toy Story


Tom HanksWoody (voice)
Tim AllenBuzz Lightyear (voice)
Don RicklesMr. Potato Head (voice)
Jim VarneySlinky Dog (voice)
Wallace ShawnRex (voice)
John RatzenbergerHamm (voice)
Annie PottsBo Peep (voice)
John MorrisAndy (voice)

Writing Credits

John Lasseter(original story by) &
Pete Docter(original story by) &
Andrew Stanton(original story by) &
Joe Ranft(original story by)
Joss Whedon(screenplay by) &
Andrew Stanton(screenplay by) &
Joel Cohen(screenplay by) &
Alec Sokolow(screenplay by)


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