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Toy Story 2 (13-Nov-1999)

Directors: John Lasseter; Lee Unkrich; Ash Brannon

Writers: John Lasseter; Pete Docter; Ash Brannon; Andrew Stanton; Rita Hsiao; Doug Chamberlin; Chris Webb

Music by: Randy Newman

Producers: Helene Plotkin; Karen Robert Jackson

Keywords: Comedy, Toys Come Alive

Andy ships off to summer camp, and a toy collector kidnaps Woody, who we learn is a collector's item from a 1950s children's television show. The other toys gather forces to rescue Woody, though he is tempted by the sort of immortality that comes with being a museum exhibit. Excellent first sequel to Toy Story (1995). Received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song, "When She Loved Me."

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tim Allen
13-Jun-1953   Home Improvement
Jodi Benson
10-Oct-1961   The Little Mermaid
Mary Kay Bergman
5-Jun-1961 11-Nov-1999 South Park
Rodger Bumpass
1-Jan-1951   Voice of Squidward Tentacles
Joan Cusack
11-Oct-1962   Grosse Pointe Blank
R. Lee Ermey
24-Mar-1944   Drill Instructor from Full Metal Jacket
Dave Foley
4-Jan-1963   The Kids in the Hall
Robert Goulet
26-Nov-1933 30-Oct-2007 Baritone star of stage and screen
Kelsey Grammer
21-Feb-1955   Frasier
Tom Hanks
9-Jul-1956   Forrest Gump
Estelle Harris
4-Apr-1932   Estelle Costanza on Seinfeld
Jonathan Harris
6-Nov-1914 3-Nov-2002 Dr. Zachary Smith on Lost in Space
Wayne Knight
7-Aug-1955   Newman on Seinfeld
John Lasseter
Film Director
12-Jan-1957   Toy Story
Laurie Metcalf
16-Jun-1955   Jackie Harris on Roseanne
Annie Potts
28-Oct-1952   Mary Jo Shively on Designing Women
John Ratzenberger
6-Apr-1947   Postman Cliff Clavin on Cheers
Don Rickles
8-May-1926   King of the Insult
Wallace Shawn
12-Nov-1943   Ate dinner with Andre
Madylin Sweeten
27-Jun-1991   Ally Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond
Jim Varney
15-Jun-1949 10-Feb-2000 Played annoyant Ernest P. Worrell


Tom Hanks   ...   Woody (voice)
Tim Allen   ...   Buzz Lightyear (voice)
Joan Cusack   ...   Jessie (voice)
Kelsey Grammer   ...   Prospector (voice)
Don Rickles   ...   Mr. Potato Head (voice)
Jim Varney   ...   Slinky Dog (voice)
Wallace Shawn   ...   Rex (voice)
John Ratzenberger   ...   Hamm (voice)
Annie Potts   ...   Bo Peep (voice)
Wayne Knight   ...   Al McWhiggin (voice)
John Morris   ...   Andy (voice)
Laurie Metcalf   ...   Andy's Mom (voice)
Estelle Harris   ...   Mrs. Potato Head (voice)
R. Lee Ermey   ...   Sarge (voice)
Jodi Benson   ...   Barbie (voice)
Jonathan Harris   ...   The Cleaner (voice)
Joe Ranft   ...   Wheezy (voice)
Andrew Stanton   ...   Emperor Zurg (voice)
Jeff Pidgeon   ...   Aliens (voice)
Additional Voices
Jack Angel   ...   Additional Voices
Bob Bergen   ...   Additional Voices
Mary Kay Bergman   ...   Additional Voices
Sheryl Bernstein   ...   Additional Voices
Rodger Bumpass   ...   Additional Voices
Corey Burton   ...   Additional Voices
Rachel Davey   ...   Additional Voices
Debi Derryberry   ...   Additional Voices
Jessica Evans   ...   Additional Voices
Bill Farmer   ...   Additional Voices
Pat Fraley   ...   Additional Voices
Jess Harnell   ...   Additional Voices
John Lasseter   ...   Additional Voices
Nicolette Little   ...   Additional Voices
Sherry Lynn   ...   Additional Voices
Mickie McGowan   ...   Additional Voices
Andi Peters   ...   Additional Voices
Phil Proctor   ...   Additional Voices
Jan Rabson   ...   Additional Voices
Carly Schroeder   ...   Additional Voices
Madylin Sweeten   ...   Additional Voices
Hannah Unkrich   ...   Additional Voices
Lee Unkrich   ...   Additional Voices


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