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For the scene where Woody looks at the merchandise from "Woody's Roundup", mock-ups of the toys were shown to Tom Hanks in the recording booth. Hanks' spontaneous reactions to the toys were recorded and used for Woody's dialogue. There was some discussion with regard to the song "When She Loved Me" and its place in the film.
Randy Newman expressed concern over whether or not young children would be able to sit through the three-minute ballad while both Tim Allen and Tom Hanks admitted to being moved to tears by the scene featuring the song.
The dust in the scene where Woody meets Wheezy set a record for of particles animated for a movie by computer. Tom Hanks is a direct descendant of an uncle of Nancy Hanks. Tour Guide Barbie tells them "Back in short-sighted retailers did not order enough dolls to meet demand". This is an in-joke and a fact: When the original Toy Story was released, toy sellers did not think the movie would be a hit and they indeed did not order enough dolls to keep up with demand.
The joke is also a self-deprecating dig at Mattel Toys, which denied use of the Barbie character in the first film, thinking it would be a flop. In the scene with Rex in the car in Al's Toy Barn holding the How to Defeat Zurg book, there is one frame where a clear glimpse of the bottom corner of the book Toy story fat guy seen. In the waiting area for the new "Toy Story Mania! When Hamm is flipping through the channels looking for the Al's Toy Barn commercial, all the other stations show clips from shorts and commercials Pixar produced through the years including Luxo Jr.
Because of this, the creators of the movie lost ninety percent of the film. The animators tried to get the back-up animation, but it wasn't working. Fortunately, supervising technical director Galyn Susman had recently had Toy story fat guy, so she took a copy of the movie home with her so she could work from home. They covered the extra copy in blankets and drove it back to the studio, and were able to recover most of the film. Potato Head board Barbie's car, is a pink teddy bear, which ly appeared as one of the silent toys on the shelf top, during the staff meeting in Toy Story that actually served as the basis for Lotso in Toy Story 3 Early drafts of the original "Toy Story " had a Barbie doll in the role that became Little Bo Peep, but Mattel refused to the character to Disney.
The huge popularity of the movie and boost in sales for Mr. Potato Head and other featured toys led them to agree to have Tour Guide Barbie included in this film. Naturally, Mattel released Tour Guide Barbie as an exclusive doll, as a tie-in with the film. Many of the ideas that were not used in Toy Story appear in this film: the yard sale, and Woody's nightmare. When the toys are playing cards during Woody's nightmare after he's been shelved, all the cards are the ace of spades, which represents death in fortune telling.
One of the inspirations for this sequel was when John Lasseter was traveling with his wife and. When they stepped off their flight into an airport, Lasseter saw a little boy holding a Woody doll and showing it to his dad. Lasseter immediately knew that his characters are not just his but everyone else's. When he sees the movie, Lasseter always thinks of the little boy. When Al hangs up the phone with the Japanese investor, he says "Don't touch my mustache.
The canyon at the beginning of the movie that Buzz is flying through was originally an earlier version of Ant Island from A Bug's Life The floating rocks had been an accident, but John Lasseter liked the effect, so it was used in the final film. Many people think the "Woody's Roundup" sequence was filmed with real puppets. But really they took the same CG models and made small changes to make them look like puppets. Then they animated the puppet versions of the characters in a CG black-and-white set.
Then they used this technique called the kinescope effect, which adds scratches, hairs, and pieces of grain to the image to make it look old.
Pixar's offices were in Point Richmond in Richmond, California, when the movie was made. The movie has several references to A Bug's Life In Andy's bedroom, Andy has a wall calendar that shows the ants from the film standing on a leaf. Potato Head shows up with the earring. Heimlich the caterpillar can be seen munching on leaves as Buzz karate chops his way through the bushes.
Buzz chops a branch, causing Heimlich to fall. In Al's office, there is an abstracted version of a shot from "A Bug's Life.
In the final scene of Jessie's flashback the tree in the background is the tree from "A Bug's Life". Among the objects in the background by Hamm in Al's car is the Chinese take-out box used in Gypsy and Manny's magic act. Flik and Heimlich appear in an "outtake" during the closing credits. The video game opening scenes feature several references to the Star Wars films: -The robotic scanning device that popped out of the rock face resembled the gatekeeper droid for Jabba the Hutt's palace in Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi This also occurred during the encounter with the Zurg toy in the elevator shaft of Al's apartment in the real world.
Despite a clear obsession with "Woody's Roundup", Al never actually says the name "Woody" or the names of the Roundup Gang at any point in the movie. Tom Hanks stated in an interview that he and Tim Allen sat down together and watched the "Jessie's song" sequence, and that both of them simultaneously broke down in tears. Andy's red lamp, which is a colored version of this, also reappears from the first film, as does Andy's Mickey Mouse "watch" clock.
The movies do not explicitly state the Toy story fat guy in which they take place, which makes the Toy Story film timeline inexact. However, references within the films can date the first movie as taking place in This means that Andy, who is turning six in the first film, was born in Woody and Andy were friends from an early age, so Woody and Andy could have first met when Andy was a baby.
Even then, however, Woody is a lot older than Andy. In Toy Story 2, Woody Toy story fat guy that he is a collectible toy based on the s television show Woody's Roundup. Along with Jessie the Cowgirl, Bullseye the Horse, and Stinky Pete the Prospector, Woody is part of a limited edition set of toys that are rare enough to be sold to a Japanese museum. The black-and-white aesthetic always suggested the 50s, and this is confirmed in Toy Story 4 by Gabby Gabby.
As a result, Woody would have lived thirty to forty years of his life before meeting Andy. When Al tries to buy Woody at the yard sale in Toy Story 2, Andy's mother apologizes and takes Woody back, saying that he is "an old family toy.
In Toy Story 2, Woody remarks, "A record player! I haven't seen one of these in ages. It's likely that Woody was owned by one of Andy's parents when they were children.
Some fan theories go deep into Andy's missing father, and hinge on the idea that Woody once belonged to him; because Andy associates Toy story fat guy with his father, he is all the more attached to the toy. Randy Newman deed the music of the film so that it was much more predominant when the toys are 'alive' compared to when they are not, or when the camera is not focusing on them. Mary Kay Bergman, who provided Jessie's yodeling, committed suicide two days before the film premiered. When the toys are crossing the street, Slinky Dog says, "I'm not a smart dog, but I know what roadkill is.
Originally Bullseye Woody's horse was going to talk, until it was decided that he should act like a giant, adorable puppy. The introduction of Jessie largely came about at the insistence of John Lasseter's wife, Nancy, who wanted the film to feature a positive female character with a bit more substance than Bo Peep.
Because of such a tight schedule, the editors of the film would often work hour shifts. Editorial Department Manager Lindsay Collins said that some times editors would burst into tears purely from exhaustion. This is a reference to the safety spiel on the rides at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. In the Spanish version of the movie, she repeats it in French. Al's car is actually a concept automobile never put into production. It was made by Ford as the Ford Mystere.
Al's version bares minimal changes to the body de, including the exterior and interior colors. When the toys enter the airport inside the pet carrier, if one looks closely in the background, they can see a boy and a girl playing patty cake on the chairs.
The boy then slugs the girl and then hides behind the seat. In the closing outtakes portion during the credits, Stinky Pete voiced by Kelsey Grammer dismisses the two Barbie dolls with the phrase "off you go then. Frasier Crane from Cheerswhich Pixar legend John Ratzenberger has been famous for being in as well.
During development of the film, the crew suggested that Al would fix Woody when he got damaged, as he would be a toy repairman himself. But as they continued to develop the character, they thought Al wouldn't have the ability to fix him, so they decided to use Geri from Geri's Game instead.
The shot of Andy's Buzz Lightyear climbing up the display only to encounter the new Buzz Lightyear standing tall resembles the one of Woody climbing up Andy's bed only to encounter the original Buzz standing tall in Toy Story A gyoza is a type of Asian dumpling. This was an especially trying film for Pixar as the film effectively had to be completely retooled but they could not get out of their release dates. Consequently what we see today was all done in the space of 9 months, an unheard of schedule for an animated film.
Bullseye was originally Toy story fat guy to have a speaking voice by Martin Short, but John Lasseter decided to make him a non-speaking character since he thought it would be more appealing to audiences. The scene in the airport baggage area took an average of seventy hours to render each frame.
As the toys exit the apartment, Mr. Potato Head throws his hat like a frisbee to stop the closing doors, a reference to Oddjob's trademark hat-throwing technique in Goldfinger Such was the intensity of the work leading up to the film's release, many of the animators suffered from carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive strain injuries. According to animator Mark A. The baggage handler at the airport who shouts "Hold it!Toy story fat guy
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