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Follow the continuing adventures of Woody and Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story 2, and Toy Story 3. The amazing spaceman from these films also stars in the 2D animated film (which went on to became a TV cartoon series) Buzz Lightyear of Star Command.
Home Video Extra Features
Home Video Notes: Toy Story 3: 3D
Release Date: 1 November 2011
Toy Story releases in 3D on November 1, 2011. The package includes 3D Blu-ray, 2D Blu-ray, and Standard DVD Versions of the Feature Film
Home Video Notes: Toy Story Trilogy
Release Date: 1 November 2011
All three Toy Story movies are releasing together on November 1, 2011. The Toy Story Trilogy (in either Blu-ray, or 3D Blu-ray) comes with the following:
- Toy Story (Blu-ray + Standard DVD + Disneyfile Digital Copy)
- Toy Story 2 (Blu-ray + Standard DVD + Disneyfile Digital Copy)
- Toy Story 3 (2-Disc Blu-ray + Standard DVD + Disneyfile Digital Copy)
The Toy Story 3D Trilogy also includes 3D Blu-ray copies of each of the feature films.
Toy Story (Two-Disc Special Edition Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
Release Date: 23 March 2010
Toy Story releases in a Combo Pack, which offers copies of the movie in DVD and Blu-ray. Extra features include:
- Toy Story 3 Sneak Peek: "The Story"
- Buzz Lightyear Mission Logs: Blast Off
- Paths to Pixar: Artists
- Studio Stories:
- John’s Car
- Baby AJ
- Studio Stories: Scooter Races
- Buzz Takes Manhattan
- Black Friday: The ‘Toy Story’ You Never Saw
Toy Story 10th Anniversary Edition.
DVD Release Date: 6 September 2005
Pulling this classic treasure out of the toy box for it’s 10th anniversary, Disney/Pixar presents the beloved classic as a 2 disc set. The original film has been spit and polished, with a high bit-rate transfer and a newly re-mastered Dolby 5.1 EX audio track mix (done by seven-time Academy Award winner Gary Rydstrom).
The DVDs are also decked out with an assortment of bonus features. The Legacy of Toy Story interviews actors (Tim Allen and Tom Hanks), industry professionals (like George Lucas and Peter Jackson), film historians and other celebrities about the impact of this first feature-length, computer animated film. (My favorite was astronaut Buzz Aldrin with his Buzz Lightyear doll.) The Making of Toy Story gives the movie’s creators a chance to discuss their roles, while Filmmakers Reflect presents an introspective interview with Pixar’s creative geniuses. (This is particularly poignant in view of the death of Joe Ranft on Aug. 16, 2005).
Amongst the wealth of other tidbits are deleted scenes (most in the storyboarding stage), short clips starring the Toy Story cast, a game called The Claw, and a sneak peek at Cars, the studio’s next highly anticipated animation. Parents should note some of the interviews contain mild profanities, and parts of the scrapped footage are a bit scarier than the sequences that made it into the finished product.
Enhanced for 16x9 Televisions, Toy Story: 10th Anniversary Edition also offers English French and Spanish language tracks.