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Toy Story

Toy Story [G]


In the first of the groundbreaking and wildly popular animated Pixar movies, this is the story of what happens when toys have feelings, too. Woody (the voice of Tom Hanks) is a cowboy doll owned and loved by a little boy named Andy. Woody has been Andy's favorite toy for as long as he can remember — that is, until a new toy named Buzz Lightyear (the voice of Tim Allen) comes along.

Consumed with jealousy, Woody tries to get rid of Buzz. On his quest, Woody and Buzz both become separated from Andy and end up in the hands of ruthless toy killer Sid Philips.Their ensuing adventure has been a kid-favorite since its debut in 1995.

Check out Toy Story 2 and 3 for more adventures from Woody and the gang.

Next: WALL-E [G]

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