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Toy Story (22-Nov-1995)

Director: John Lasseter

Writers: Joel Cohen; Pete Docter; John Lasseter; Joe Ranft; Alec Sokolow; Andrew Stanton; Joss Whedon

Keywords: Comedy, Toys Come Alive

Andy Davis's toys come to life when he is asleep or away. The alpha toy, Woody the Cowboy, may have received a demotion with the arrival of a new Buzz Lightyear doll. First feature film produced by Pixar Animation Studios (budget $30M), though released by Disney. Received three Oscar nominations including Best Screenplay; John Lasseter was awarded a special Achievement Award by the Academy for development of the techniques used in this film.

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Penn Jillette
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Laurie Metcalf
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Annie Potts
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Jim Varney
Actor
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