• 1. Toy Story 3 is the only Toy Story film not to receive a 100% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It still however received a relatively high score of 99%.

    1. Toy Story 3 is the only Toy Story film not to receive a 100% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It still however received a relatively high score of 99%.

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  • 2. The Pizza Planet delivery truck, which has appeared in every Pixar film except The Incredibles, also appeared in all three Toy Story films.

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  • 3. Pizza Planet was originally supposed to be called Pizza Putt, a combination pizzeria/mini-golf course.

    3. Pizza Planet was originally supposed to be called Pizza Putt, a combination pizzeria/mini-golf course.

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  • 4. In their most productive week during production, Pixar completed 3.5 minutes of animation.

    4. In their most productive week during production, Pixar completed 3.5 minutes of animation.

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  • 5. Tim Allen and Pixar originally wanted Jim Carrey to voice Buzz Lightyear, but they couldn’t due to the low budget they were given for the film.

    5. Tim Allen and Pixar originally wanted Jim Carrey to voice Buzz Lightyear, but they couldn't due to the low budget they were given for the film.

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  • 6. Billy Crystal was originally offered the chance to voice Buzz Lightyear, but declined. After seeing the finished film, he said the decision was the biggest mistake of his career.

    6. Billy Crystal was originally offered the chance to voice Buzz Lightyear, but declined. After seeing the finished film, he said the decision was the biggest mistake of his career.

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  • 7. The movie was originally supposed to be called “You Are A Toy.”

    7. The movie was originally supposed to be called "You Are A Toy."

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  • 8. Originally, the main character was going to be Tinny, the title character in Tin Toy (1988). In the movie he would have gotten lost during a family trip and joined up with a sarcastic ventriloquist dummy in a search of a home.

    8. Originally, the main character was going to be Tinny, the title character in Tin Toy (1988). In the movie he would have gotten lost during a family trip and joined up with a sarcastic ventriloquist dummy in a search of a home.

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  • 9. Buzz Lightyear’s original name was Lunar Larry.

    9. Buzz Lightyear's original name was Lunar Larry.

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  • 10. Mattel originally didn’t want Barbie in the film because they thought the film would be a failure. They also didn’t want Barbie to have a defined personality, preferring to let children imagine Barbie’s personality traits on their own. When the film proved a huge success, Mattel allowed Barbie to appear in Toy Story 2.

    10. Mattel originally didn't want Barbie in the film because they thought the film would be a failure. They also didn't want Barbie to have a defined personality, preferring to let children imagine Barbie's personality traits on their own. When the film proved a huge success, Mattel allowed Barbie to appear in Toy Story 2.

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  • 11. Hasbro denied Pixar the use of the name GI Joe when it was informed that a GI Joe doll was going to be blown up by Sid. Pixar used army men instead.

    11. Hasbro denied Pixar the use of the name GI Joe when it was informed that a GI Joe doll was going to be blown up by Sid. Pixar used army men instead.

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  • 12. For the original Toy Story, Tom Hanks recorded his dialog during the breaks of Sleepless in Seattle (1993) and A League of Their Own (1992). He didn’t want to record his dialog during the breaks of Philadelphia (1993) or Forrest Gump (1994) because he felt he shouldn’t do comedic roles in between minutes of playing serious roles.

    12. For the original Toy Story, Tom Hanks recorded his dialog during the breaks of Sleepless in Seattle (1993) and A League of Their Own (1992). He didn't want to record his dialog during the breaks of Philadelphia (1993) or Forrest Gump (1994) because he felt he shouldn't do comedic roles in between minutes of playing serious roles.

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  • 13. The number “95” appears frequently throughout all 3 films. This is in reference to the year the original Toy Story was released, 1995.

    13. The number "95" appears frequently throughout all 3 films. This is in reference to the year the original Toy Story was released, 1995.

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  • 14. Toy Story 2 was initially planned as an hour long sequel that would have premiered on home video.

    14. Toy Story 2 was initially planned as an hour long sequel that would have premiered on home video.

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  • 15. The only Toy Story film to have full opening credits is Toy Story 1.

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  • 16. Many of the books on the shelf in Andy’s room are names of Pixar’s short films (Adventures of Andre and Wally B., Knick Knack, etc.) and some of the book author’s are named after Pixar staff.

    16. Many of the books on the shelf in Andy's room are names of Pixar's short films (Adventures of Andre and Wally B., Knick Knack, etc.) and some of the book author's are named after Pixar staff.

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  • 17. Pixar presented an early draft of the film to Disney on November 19, 1993. The result was disastrous. The film was deemed unwatchable. It presented Woody as a “sarcastic jerk” who was constantly insulting the other toys. Disney immediately shut down production pending a new script. The story team spent a week on a new script to make Woody a more likable character, instead of the “sarcastic jerk” he had been.

    17. Pixar presented an early draft of the film to Disney on November 19, 1993. The result was disastrous. The film was deemed unwatchable. It presented Woody as a "sarcastic jerk" who was constantly insulting the other toys. Disney immediately shut down production pending a new script. The story team spent a week on a new script to make Woody a more likable character, instead of the "sarcastic jerk" he had been.

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  • 18. Little Bo Peep was originally supposed to be a Barbie doll.

    18. Little Bo Peep was originally supposed to be a Barbie doll.

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  • 19. The character of Andy is named for Andries “Andy” Van Dam, a Brown University Professor and computer science and animation pioneer who taught many of makers of this film.

    19. The character of Andy is named for Andries "Andy" Van Dam, a Brown University Professor and computer science and animation pioneer who taught many of makers of this film.

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  • 20. Toy Story 3 is the first sequel to be nominated for the Best Picture Oscar without any of its predecessors being nominated.

    20. Toy Story 3 is the first sequel to be nominated for the Best Picture Oscar without any of its predecessors being nominated.

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  • 21. Toy Story 3 is also the first animated movie to make over $1 billion at the box office worldwide. It’s the #5 highest grossing movie of all-time.

    21. Toy Story 3 is also the first animated movie to make over $1 billion at the box office worldwide. It's the #5 highest grossing movie of all-time.

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  • 22. The license plate on Andy’s mother’s car reads “A 111” on the front and “A 113” on the rear. A111 and A113 are two rooms used by the animation department at CalArts - alma mater of a large number of Pixarians.

    22. The license plate on Andy's mother's car reads "A 111" on the front and "A 113" on the rear. A111 and A113 are two rooms used by the animation department at CalArts - alma mater of a large number of Pixarians.

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  • 23. Toy Story was completed on a $30 million budget using a staff of 110. In comparison, The Lion King, released in 1994, required a budget of $45 million and a staff of 800.

    23. Toy Story was completed on a $30 million budget using a staff of 110. In comparison, The Lion King, released in 1994, required a budget of $45 million and a staff of 800.

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  • 24. Toy Story 2 was the first sequel for Tom Hanks and Tim Allen.

    24. Toy Story 2 was the first sequel for Tom Hanks and Tim Allen.

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  • 25. Toy Story 2 is the best reviewed movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes. Toy Story 1 is number 4.

    25. Toy Story 2 is the best reviewed movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes. Toy Story 1 is number 4.

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  • 26. Toy Story 2 is one of three Disney movies to win a Golden Globe for Best Picture. The other two are Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King.

    26. Toy Story 2 is one of three Disney movies to win a Golden Globe for Best Picture. The other two are Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King.

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  • 27. The green three eyed aliens have a circled pizza (pepperoni and mushroom) on their fronts.

    27. The green three eyed aliens have a circled pizza (pepperoni and mushroom) on their fronts.

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  • 28. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen both confessed to crying at the part of Jessie’s flashback sequence that shows her being rejected, and abandoned by her owner, set to “When She Loved Me” by Sarah McLachlan.

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  • 29. Barbie’s blue workout outfit from Toy Story 3 is based on the 1984 “Great Shape” Barbie Doll. The Ken doll in the movie is modeled after “Animal Lovin” Ken from 1988.

    29. Barbie's blue workout outfit from Toy Story 3 is based on the 1984 "Great Shape" Barbie Doll. The Ken doll in the movie is modeled after "Animal Lovin" Ken from 1988.

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  • 30. The entire animation team shaved their heads prior to working on Toy Story 3.

    30. The entire animation team shaved their heads prior to working on Toy Story 3.

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  • 31. The plot of the Toy Story 3 is loosely based on the original treatment for Toy Story, which had Tinny getting lost at a rest stop and being found by a junk man, who throws him into back of his truck. Tinny meets a ventriloquist dummy and they both decide to stick together. But in the end they end up in a preschool where they’ll never get lost or outgrown. Tinny can be seen on the cover of a magazine in one scene in Toy Story 3.

    31. The plot of the Toy Story 3 is loosely based on the original treatment for Toy Story, which had Tinny getting lost at a rest stop and being found by a junk man, who throws him into back of his truck. Tinny meets a ventriloquist dummy and they both decide to stick together. But in the end they end up in a preschool where they'll never get lost or outgrown. Tinny can be seen on the cover of a magazine in one scene in Toy Story 3.

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  • 32. Blake Clark became the new voice of Slinky Dog, replacing Jim Varney, who died in 2000. Clark was good friends with Varney prior to his death.

    32. Blake Clark became the new voice of Slinky Dog, replacing Jim Varney, who died in 2000. Clark was good friends with Varney prior to his death.

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  • 33. The original Toy Story is the first fully computer-generated full-length feature film.

    33. The original Toy Story is the first fully computer-generated full-length feature film.

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