Akmal toy story wikipedia

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Below are page editing metrics generated August 6, 2010 on the Pending Changes feature, based on all articles that were (at some point) under Pending changes as of approximately August 2, 2010. The table shows 1,628 articles, of which 1,313 (80.6%) received at least one edit by an unregistered editor while under pending changes. This represents a total of 53,547 article-days under the system, with a mean of 32.9 article-days per article for all articles, and a mean of 40.8 article-days for articles that were edited by an unregistered editor.

Articles that were in the PC system for shorter periods of time (sometimes less than one hour) were least likely to be edited during that time by an unregistered user. Among articles that were edited by at least one unregistered user while in the PC system, articles received a mean of 6.8 good (accepted) edits akmal toy story wikipedia 14.8 bad (rejected) edits.

All together, this represents 8,920 good edits (32%) accepted by reviewers and 18,973 bad edits (68%) that were rejected and thus never displayed to any reader. Akmal toy story wikipedia in the PC system akmal toy story wikipedia the trial were required to qualify for semi-protection, akmal toy story wikipedia many of these articles were chosen for the PC trial specifically because they had been under semi-protection for several years.

Semi-protected articles receive zero edits, good or bad, by unregistered users. Placing these articles in the trial downgraded the protection level to permit unregistered users to edit the articles, albeit with a delay for review before the change is shown to the world. The selection criteria for the trial therefore prevents comparisons between 'unprotected' and 'PC' states, but shows that compared to semi-protection, articles in the PC system received thousands of constructive edits, and twice as many non-constructive edits.

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Akmal toy story wikipedia 37.66 1 2 3 33.33% Marbury v. Madison 42.20 1 2 3 33.33% Manuel Pellegrini 35.66 1 2 3 33.33% List of people with depression 14.07 2 4 6 33.33% Kristi Noem 35.66 1 2 3 33.33% Julian Perretta 35.65 akmal toy story wikipedia 2 3 33.33% John Calvin 44.28 1 2 3 33.33% Joan of Arc 44.28 9 18 27 33.33% India 15.79 32 64 96 33.33% History of radio 33.17 1 2 3 33.33% Hal Turner 43.33 1 2 3 33.33% Great Fire of London 43.84 2 4 6 33.33% Geography 43.31 5 10 15 33.33% Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig 42.19 1 2 3 33.33% Donald Bradman 44.28 3 6 9 33.33% Dodo 11.48 3 6 9 33.33% Danville, Illinois 36.95 1 2 3 33.33% Chris Murphy (politician) 28.11 1 2 3 33.33% Chess 43.55 8 16 24 33.33% Chelmsley Wood 34.03 1 2 3 33.33% Assyria 42.19 1 2 3 33.33% Asperger syndrome 44.28 13 26 39 33.33% Arrest of Bradley Manning 7.31 3 6 9 33.33% Amit Singhal 42.69 1 2 3 33.33% Aleksandar Kolarov 35.65 20 40 60 33.33% Ahmad Shah Durrani 43.32 2 4 6 33.33% Aaron Carter 17.65 3 6 9 33.33% 7 World Trade Center 44.28 3 6 9 33.33% BP 45.78 60 121 181 33.15% Joe Cole 12.99 16 33 49 32.65% Nikica Jelavić 35.65 13 27 40 32.50% Rapping 46.23 11 23 34 32.35% Al Gore 10.48 11 23 34 32.35% Pretty Little Liars 4.90 10 21 31 32.26% Al-Qaeda 43.32 10 21 31 32.26% Breathe Carolina 30.00 8 17 25 32.00% Tom Cruise 10.22 7 15 22 31.82% Roberto Rosetti 11.03 7 15 22 31.82% The Naked Brothers Band (TV series) 45.44 6 13 19 31.58% Olympic Games 44.03 6 13 19 31.58% Liverpool 42.19 6 13 19 31.58% Canada Day 3.00 6 13 19 31.58% Communism 43.31 17 37 54 31.48% Northern Ireland 42.70 11 24 35 31.43% Vince Young 50.09 5 11 16 31.25% Victoria Beckham 11.48 5 11 16 31.25% Jackie Chan 43.55 20 44 64 31.25% Gerald Ford 43.34 5 11 16 31.25% Manchester City F.C.

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26.02 16 46 62 25.81% World Soccer (magazine) 45.44 18 52 70 25.71% Bam Margera 43.31 18 52 70 25.71% Tupac Shakur 45.92 16 47 63 25.40% You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) 42.28 1 3 4 25.00% Toast 43.30 3 9 12 25.00% The Game (mind game) 34.33 22 66 88 25.00% Stephen Colbert 45.22 11 33 44 25.00% Scurvy 45.30 2 6 8 25.00% School bus 45.07 2 6 8 25.00% Rain 43.30 3 9 12 25.00% Poland 8.00 6 18 24 25.00% Nicole Fox 35.65 1 3 4 25.00% Mystery (pickup artist) 8.43 1 akmal toy story wikipedia 4 25.00% Mike Mizanin 7.00 3 9 12 25.00% Mermaid 13.64 1 3 4 25.00% Matt Mitrione 35.65 1 3 4 25.00% Master Chief (Halo) 43.81 4 12 16 25.00% Karrine Steffans 30.00 1 3 4 25.00% JoJo Billingsley 37.66 1 3 4 25.00% Haim Saban 43.31 1 3 4 25.00% Ernest Rutherford 43.55 1 3 4 25.00% Enes Kanter 35.65 1 3 4 25.00% Duško Vujošević 35.65 1 3 4 25.00% Depictions of Muhammad 42.18 2 6 8 25.00% Colosseum 42.82 3 9 12 25.00% Barry Gardiner 35.65 1 3 4 25.00% Ayumi Hamasaki 12.52 1 3 4 25.00% Aquinas College, Sydney 38.75 1 3 4 25.00% Anal–oral sex 9.94 1 3 4 25.00% Ahmed Al-Muhammadi 35.65 1 3 4 25.00% Adrian Kennedy 35.66 1 3 4 25.00% Adam Carolla 13.64 1 3 4 25.00% World Wrestling Entertainment 43.31 47 143 190 24.74% Ice cream 43.33 13 40 53 24.53% Carlos Tévez 46.44 12 37 49 24.49% Television 47.75 10 31 41 24.39% The Fame 31.00 16 50 66 24.24% Israel 43.82 24 75 99 24.24% Platypus 44.01 7 22 29 24.14% Akmal toy story wikipedia 45.06 13 41 54 24.07% Joe Jonas 17.65 13 41 54 24.07% Cold War 43.31 6 19 25 24.00% Celine Dion 43.55 11 35 46 23.91% Thierry Henry 6.97 10 32 42 23.81% PlayStation 3 44.01 33 110 143 23.08% David Otunga 9.22 3 10 13 23.08% Daniele De Rossi 43.54 3 10 13 23.08% Alexander Hamilton 44.00 3 10 13 23.08% Japan 43.82 14 47 61 22.95% Wales 49.21 8 27 35 22.86% Vin Diesel 48.82 13 44 57 22.81% Shaquille O'Neal 48.82 33 112 145 22.76% Twitter 46.22 10 34 44 22.73% Akmal toy story wikipedia of Macedonia 27.28 10 34 44 22.73% Frida Kahlo 0.27 5 17 22 22.73% Julia Gillard 5.91 14 48 62 22.58% Dave Batista 43.30 37 127 164 22.56% Vampire 45.93 19 66 85 22.35% White House 48.40 2 7 9 22.22% Werewolf 45.92 8 28 36 22.22% Tuberculosis 43.99 2 7 9 22.22% Steven Gerrard 47.44 20 70 90 22.22% Soulja Boy Tell 'Em 5.59 4 14 18 22.22% Safety 50.09 2 7 9 22.22% Jackie Robinson 44.00 2 7 akmal toy story wikipedia 22.22% Illegal immigration 32.65 2 7 9 22.22% Felipe Massa 19.70 2 7 9 22.22% Andy Goldsworthy 45.46 2 7 9 22.22% Andrew Jackson 45.78 4 14 18 22.22% Abdullah Öcalan 8.71 2 7 9 22.22% Solar System 48.16 7 25 32 21.88% World language 44.66 5 18 23 21.74% Slovakia 46.20 10 36 46 21.74% Halo 2 43.83 5 18 23 21.74% Central Intelligence Agency 40.82 5 18 23 21.74% Tyrannosaurus 43.98 8 29 37 21.62% Jamie Lynn Spears 40.82 11 40 51 21.57% Nicole Polizzi 35.66 42 153 195 21.54% Vasco da Gama 43.54 3 11 14 21.43% The Great Khali akmal toy story wikipedia 3 11 14 21.43% Sanskrit 42.95 3 11 14 21.43% Randy Orton 6.77 6 22 28 21.43% Rajon Rondo 44.55 9 33 42 21.43% Big Ben 42.20 3 11 14 21.43% Akshay Kumar 12.33 6 22 28 21.43% Juan Pablo Pino 14.00 28 104 132 21.21% Turkish Airlines 46.41 8 30 38 21.05% Richter magnitude scale 48.58 4 15 19 21.05% Michael Jackson 2.00 8 30 38 21.05% Javier Hernández Balcázar 10.16 10 38 48 20.83% Christianity 42.94 12 46 58 20.69% Food 43.33 8 31 39 20.51% Washington, D.C.

48.82 7 28 35 20.00% The Human Centipede (First Sequence) 30.27 8 32 40 20.00% The Cat in the Hat 7.06 1 4 5 20.00% Tet Offensive 46.21 1 4 5 20.00% Sydney Roosters 45.22 1 4 5 20.00% State-sponsored terrorism 45.23 1 4 5 20.00% Sawed-off shotgun 45.22 1 4 5 20.00% Sani Kaita 2.04 1 4 5 20.00% Robert Mugabe 45.92 3 12 15 20.00% Nicole Kidman 12.18 1 4 5 20.00% Mushroom 13.48 1 4 5 20.00% Maya civilization 31.95 4 16 20 20.00% Malcolm Glazer 42.99 1 4 5 20.00% Ludwig van Beethoven 5.60 1 4 5 20.00% John Adams 45.79 3 12 15 20.00% Jim Rome 44.00 1 4 5 20.00% J.

K. Rowling 44.00 5 20 25 20.00% Halley's Comet 43.83 1 4 5 20.00% Geri Halliwell 11.48 1 4 5 20.00% Floyd Landis 30.23 1 4 5 20.00% Cane toad 44.28 1 4 5 20.00% Brokeback Mountain 38.77 2 8 10 20.00% Boyfriend 15.27 1 4 5 20.00% Battle of Gettysburg 43.34 1 4 5 20.00% Bald Eagle 43.55 2 8 10 20.00% Azerbaijani people 44.28 3 12 15 20.00% Alberto Undiano Mallenco 10.15 1 4 5 20.00% 4chan 1.34 2 8 10 20.00% 2010 Northumbria Police manhunt 0.27 4 16 20 20.00% Jason Leopold 7.63 12 49 61 19.67% Santa Claus 46.21 8 33 41 19.51% Religion 47.71 8 33 41 19.51% Tornado 46.43 7 29 36 19.44% Nick Nemeth 10.00 7 29 36 19.44% Volleyball 48.58 6 25 31 19.35% Dappy 35.22 6 25 31 19.35% Stephen Hawking 33.13 10 42 52 19.23% Mexican Drug War 31.00 5 21 26 19.23% Recycling 45.23 4 17 21 19.05% John Howard 43.32 4 17 21 19.05% Shoe 48.08 6 26 32 18.75% Plato 43.54 3 13 16 18.75% Lion 43.81 6 26 32 18.75% George III of the United Kingdom 43.84 3 13 16 18.75% Mother 43.33 8 35 43 18.60% Uranus 34.35 2 9 11 18.18% Tasmanian Devil 43.99 2 9 11 18.18% Mount Everest 46.43 6 27 33 18.18% Komodo dragon 43.81 4 18 22 18.18% List of Greek mythological figures 36.43 13 59 72 akmal toy story wikipedia Ryan Sheckler 42.83 7 32 39 17.95% Sindhi people 45.93 3 14 17 17.65% Rules of chess 47.57 3 14 17 17.65% Rosie O'Donnell 46.40 3 14 17 17.65% NASA 43.34 3 14 17 17.65% Down syndrome 43.55 10 47 57 17.54% Italy 34.43 7 33 40 17.50% Underoath 45.79 4 19 23 17.39% Sugar 48.08 4 19 23 17.39% Google 6.30 4 19 23 17.39% Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories 20.08 4 19 23 17.39% Wayne Rooney 8.05 12 58 70 17.14% William Hung 45.45 1 5 6 16.67% Vaginal flatulence 47.72 3 15 18 16.67% Tim Westwood 34.34 3 15 18 16.67% Thom Yorke 19.51 1 5 6 16.67% Sikkim 45.29 1 5 6 16.67% Scott Mills 48.08 akmal toy story wikipedia 15 18 16.67% Rugby World Cup 47.74 2 10 12 16.67% Rahm Emanuel 13.77 1 5 6 16.67% Pakistani American 7.00 1 5 6 16.67% Matthew Flinders 37.76 1 5 6 16.67% Lil Wayne 0.65 2 10 12 16.67% James Toney 6.02 1 5 6 16.67% Harry Potter akmal toy story wikipedia series) 21.99 14 70 84 16.67% Furry fandom 43.99 5 25 30 16.67% Economics 31.24 3 15 18 16.67% Dallas Braden 35.65 1 5 6 16.67% Ball 43.33 3 15 18 16.67% Bacteria 44.28 2 10 12 16.67% Anglo-Saxons 38.75 1 5 6 16.67% Robinho 46.45 19 96 115 16.52% Susan Boyle 45.92 7 37 44 15.91% Red hair 45.77 10 53 63 15.87% Russell Brand 42.03 9 48 57 15.79% Jake Gyllenhaal 43.83 3 16 19 15.79% White people 45.92 9 49 58 15.52% John Lennon 43.81 9 49 58 15.52% Velociraptor 43.98 2 11 13 15.38% Socrates 46.38 2 11 13 15.38% Snake 45.79 4 22 26 15.38% Pete Wentz 13.27 4 22 26 15.38% Nile 43.32 2 11 13 15.38% Intelligent design 43.82 2 11 13 15.38% Erin Andrews 31.00 2 11 13 15.38% Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 46.39 5 28 33 15.15% Ferdinand Magellan 43.54 3 17 20 15.00% Eiffel Tower 43.33 6 34 40 15.00% Alexander the Great 43.54 9 53 62 14.52% Zaid Hamid 44.67 2 12 14 14.29% YouPorn 47.71 1 6 7 14.29% Village 46.39 1 6 7 14.29% Trail of Tears 49.21 2 12 14 14.29% Target Corporation 2.11 1 6 7 14.29% Scuba diving 36.03 1 6 7 14.29% Paul Revere 43.99 1 6 7 14.29% Oxygen 44.02 2 12 14 14.29% Nut (fruit) 34.54 1 6 7 14.29% L.

Ron Hubbard 43.32 3 18 21 14.29% Jade Goody 48.15 3 18 21 14.29% Flatulence 42.18 2 12 14 14.29% Emily Dickinson 43.55 1 6 7 14.29% David Henrie 7.26 3 18 21 14.29% Mother insult 43.32 8 49 57 14.04% Cristiano Ronaldo 2.66 7 44 51 13.73% Fernando Torres 17.08 10 63 73 13.70% Russian Revolution (1917) 44.55 3 19 22 13.64% Cody Simpson 6.46 3 19 22 13.64% John Terry 46.44 7 45 52 13.46% Pythagorean theorem 44.28 2 13 15 13.33% Penis 7.03 2 13 15 13.33% Mercury (planet) 43.80 2 13 15 13.33% Intelligence quotient 17.16 2 13 15 13.33% Cuauhtémoc Blanco 45.78 2 13 15 13.33% Rick Astley 46.08 5 33 38 13.16% Republican Party (United States) 45.92 6 40 akmal toy story wikipedia 13.04% Yao Ming 47.57 4 27 31 12.90% Tsunami 48.58 4 27 31 12.90% Walt Disney 44.67 5 34 39 12.82% The Simpsons 33.35 7 48 55 12.73% Pokémon Black and White 46.43 12 83 95 12.63% Turkish language 43.98 1 7 8 12.50% The Devil Wears Prada (band) 33.15 5 35 40 12.50% Merrimack College 34.01 1 7 8 12.50% John Prescott 26.47 1 7 8 12.50% John Edward 20.80 1 7 8 12.50% Giant Panda 31.80 4 28 32 12.50% Cricket 9.23 1 7 8 12.50% Autism 44.28 3 21 24 12.50% Ashley Cole 47.45 6 42 48 12.50% Ancient Egyptian race controversy 43.31 1 7 8 12.50% America 42.95 1 7 8 12.50% Naruto 14.87 4 29 33 12.12% Will Smith 18.81 7 51 58 12.07% Pluto 44.01 3 22 25 12.00% Halo: Combat Evolved 43.83 3 22 25 12.00% Ancient Egypt 44.28 3 22 25 12.00% Volcano 8.62 2 15 17 11.76% Tourette syndrome 46.00 2 15 17 11.76% Rosa Parks 44.03 2 15 17 11.76% Robert Green 26.72 4 30 34 11.76% Kerry Katona 37.46 2 15 17 11.76% Chemistry 42.19 2 15 17 11.76% The Notorious B.I.G.

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• Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0 ; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • Produktionsland USA Originalsprache Englisch Erscheinungsjahr 1995 Länge Kino: 81 Minuten DVD: 78 Minuten Altersfreigabe FSK 0 Stab Regie John Lasseter Drehbuch Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow Produktion Ralph Guggenheim, Bonnie Arnold Musik Randy Newman Schnitt Robert Gordon, Akmal toy story wikipedia Unkrich → Synchronisation → Chronologie Toy Story 2 → Toy Story ist ein Computeranimationsfilm des Regisseurs John Lasseter aus dem Jahr 1995.

Der von den Pixar Animation Studios akmal toy story wikipedia Auftrag der Walt Disney Company produzierte Film ist der erste vollständig am Computer erstellte Langfilm für das Kino. Er feierte am 19. November 1995 Premiere in Hollywood und kam am 21. März 1996 in die deutschen Kinos. Inhaltsverzeichnis • 1 Handlung • 2 Synchronisation • 3 Hintergrund • 3.1 Inhaltliche Details und Anspielungen • 3.2 3D-Wiederveröffentlichung • 3.3 Rezeption • 4 Kritiken • 5 Auszeichnungen • 6 Fortsetzungen • 7 Weblinks • 8 Einzelnachweise Handlung [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Im Kinderzimmer von Andy hat die Hauptfigur, Cowboy- Sheriff Woody, das Sagen, denn er ist Andys Lieblingsspielzeug.

Doch ein paar Tage vor dem Umzug der Familie erhält Andy zum Geburtstag den modernen Space-Ranger Buzz Lightyear. Die Spielzeuge aus Andys Zimmer sind von ihm begeistert, schließlich ist er mit den modernsten Raffinessen ausgestattet, die ein Spielzeug nur haben kann. Plötzlich ist Woody nicht mehr das unangefochtene Spitzen-Spielzeug und will aus Eifersucht Buzz loswerden.

Woody versucht, Buzz und den anderen Spielzeugen immer wieder klarzumachen, dass Buzz nur ein Spielzeug sei, weil sich Buzz für den echten Buzz Lightyear hält und spielt Buzz’ Fähigkeiten herunter. Schließlich verübt er ein Attentat auf ihn, indem er beabsichtigt, Buzz in eine dunkle Ecke des Kinderzimmers zu stoßen.

Doch der Versuch schlägt fehl. Buzz wird versehentlich aus dem Fenster geschleudert und landet im Vorgarten. Die anderen Spielzeuge sind nicht in der Lage, ihm zu helfen und ächten Woody, weil es für ein Spielzeug einem Todesurteil gleichkommt, sich in der Nähe des Nachbarjungen Sid zu befinden.

Denn er probiert an wehrlosen Spielzeugen die grausamsten Foltermethoden aus. Während sich die Spielzeuge noch streiten, nimmt Andy Woody zu einem Ausflug ins Erlebnislokal Pizza Planet mit. Buzz gelingt es, der beängstigenden Zukunft im Vorgarten zu entfliehen, indem er sich am Auto von Andys Mutter festhält, als es die Einfahrt verlässt. Als das Auto an einer Tankstelle hält, verlässt Andy es kurz.

Kaum ist er außer Hörweite, geraten Woody und Buzz in einen handgreiflichen Streit, in dessen Verlauf beide aus dem Auto fallen und alleine bei der Tankstelle zurückbleiben.

Doch sie haben Glück: Wenige Minuten später hält das Auto eines Pizza-Planet-Mitarbeiters neben ihnen. Woody begreift, dass eine heimliche Mitfahrt in diesem Auto die einzige Chance ist, zurück zu Andy zu finden. Doch er weiß, dass er Buzz mitnehmen muss, um das Missverständnis seines Unfalls aufklären zu können. In der Pizza-Planet-Filiale verstecken sich die beiden in einem Spielautomaten. Kurz akmal toy story wikipedia entdeckt sie der Nachbarsjunge Sid, der sie mit nach Hause nimmt.

In dessen Akmal toy story wikipedia lebt eine große Anzahl entstellter und aus verschiedenen Bauteilen zusammengesetzter Spielzeuge. Sid fesselt Buzz an eine Rakete, um ihn am nächsten Tag in die Luft zu schießen. Buzz und Woody wollen fliehen, doch alle Versuche scheitern. An einem Werbespot im Fernsehen und der Funktionslosigkeit seiner Ausrüstung erkennt Buzz schließlich, dass er in Wahrheit nicht der echte Space-Ranger ist, sondern nur ein Spielzeug. Daraufhin verfällt er in eine Depression und wehrt sich nicht gegen den brutalen Sid.

Zusammen mit den Spielzeugen aus Sids Zimmer kann Woody Buzz retten. Die Spielzeuge erteilen Sid eine Lektion, indem sie sich vor ihm lebendig zeigen, so dass er aufhört, Spielzeuge zu quälen. Woody und Buzz gelingt die Flucht. Die beiden erreichen zwar Andys Wohnung, aber die Umzugsfuhre ist bereits gepackt, und die Familie fährt ihnen vor der Nase davon. Andy ist unglücklich, seine beiden Lieblingsspielzeuge verloren zu haben und nicht mit in die neue Wohnung nehmen zu können.

Nach dem gescheiterten Versuch, den Umzugswagen mit einem ferngesteuerten Spielzeugauto zu verfolgen, kommt Woody auf die Idee, Sids Rakete zu zünden, die Buzz immer noch auf den Rücken gebunden trägt. Das Manöver glückt tatsächlich, und beide Spielzeuge fliegen durch das Akmal toy story wikipedia ins Auto. Andy findet sie sofort im Umzugskarton und ist überglücklich, beide wiederzuhaben. Die beiden Helden erkennen, dass es nicht nur darauf ankommt, das beste Spielzeug zu sein, sondern von einem Kind geliebt zu werden.

Als Team haben sie es geschafft, Andys Herz zu erobern. Aus den ehemaligen Konkurrenten sind schließlich Freunde geworden. Am Ende, welches an Weihnachten spielt, bekommen die Spielzeuge mit, dass Andy nun einen Hund zu Weihnachten bekommen hat. Synchronisation [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Die deutsche Synchronisation wurde von der FFS Film- & Fernseh-Synchron GmbH in München erstellt. Das Dialogbuch verfasste Pierre Peters-Arnolds, der auch für die Synchronregie zuständig war. [1] Die im Original von Randy Newman komponierte und mit englischen Texten gesungene Filmmusik wird von Klaus Lage mit deutschen Texten gesungen.

Rolle Originalsprecher Deutscher Sprecher Woody Tom Hanks Peer Augustinski Buzz Akmal toy story wikipedia Tim Allen Walter von Hauff Charlie Naseweis (Mr. Potato Head) Don Rickles Hartmut Neugebauer Slinky (Slinky Dog) Jim Varney Peter Thom Rex Wallace Shawn Ernst Wilhelm Lenik Specki (Hamm) John Ratzenberger Michael Rüth Porzellinchen (Bo Peep) Annie Potts Alexandra Mink Andy John Morris Oliver Cresswell Sid Phillips Erik von Detten Dimitri Guldner Andys Mutter (Mrs.

Davis) Laurie Metcalf Maria Böhme Sergeant R. Lee Ermey Reinhard Brock Hannah Phillips Sarah Freeman Natalie Löwenberg Fernsehansager Penn Jillette Pierre Peters-Arnolds Lenny Joe Ranft Jakob Riedl Hintergrund [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Eingang zu den Pixar Studios, die den Film produziert haben.

Zum Rendern des Filmes wurde eine Renderfarm aus 117 Sun SparcStation 20 verwendet. [2] Der fertige Film belegte 500 Giga byte und wurde auf 1200 CDs zwischengespeichert.

Trotz zahlreicher realer Spielzeuge im Film tritt keine Barbie-Puppe auf, da der Hersteller Mattel dies nicht zulassen wollte. Nach dem großen Erfolg des ersten Teils erhielt man jedoch die Erlaubnis zur Verwendung von Barbies in Toy Story 2.

Obwohl der Film im Breitbildformat 1,85:1 produziert wurde, enthält die deutsche DVD-Veröffentlichung (Special Edition) nur ein 1,78:1-Bild ( 16:9). Inhaltliche Details und Anspielungen [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] • Am Anfang des Filmes (0h08m00s) sind bei Woodys Ansprache im Kinderzimmer in dem Bücherregal hinter ihm einige Bücher mit den Titeln anderer Pixar-Kurzfilme von John Lasseter zu sehen, so unter akmal toy story wikipedia „The Adventures of André and Wally B.“ ( Die Abenteuer von André und Wally B., 1984), „Red’s Dream“ ( Reds Traum, 1987), „ Tin Toy“ (1988) und „ Knick Knack“ (1989).

• Als Buzz akmal toy story wikipedia erste Mal im Film zu sehen ist (0h15m30s) und er aus seiner Glashaube akmal toy story wikipedia das Zimmer betrachtet, ist das Geräusch – ähnlich dem eines Beatmungsgerätes – zu hören, das Darth Vader beim Atmen macht.

• Da die Familie von Andy umzieht (0h25m25s), ist vor deren Haus nach typisch amerikanischem Vorbild ein Schild aufgestellt, welches für den Verkauf des Hauses durch eine Makleragentur wirbt. Der Name „virtual realty“ für diese Agentur ist ein Wortspiel aus „virtual reality“ („Künstliche Wirklichkeit“) und „realty“ („Immobilie“).

[3] • Beim Streit von Buzz und Woody unter dem Laster an der Tankstelle (0h32m22s) verabschiedet sich Buzz von Woody mit der Grußgeste der Vulkanier aus Star Trek, bei der die flache Hand so hochgehoben wird, als wolle man schwören, und dann Zeige- und Mittelfinger-Paar vom Ringfinger-/Kleiner-Finger-Paar abgespreizt wird.

[3] • Auf dem Gesäß von Buzz ist „©Disney“ eingearbeitet, zu sehen bei seinem Versuch, im Haus von Sid vom Geländer aus zu fliegen (0h46m51s). • Buzz Lightyear akmal toy story wikipedia denselben Vornamen wie der Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, der der zweite Mann auf dem Mond war. [3] • Sids Werkzeugkiste trägt den Markennamen Binford (0h57m05s), der fiktive Werkzeughersteller aus der Serie Hör mal, wer da hämmert, in der auch Tim Allen mitspielt.

• Der Teppichboden im Flur vor Sids Zimmer hat dasselbe Muster wie der im „Overlook Hotel“ in Stanley Kubricks Shining. • Die Teekanne in Hannahs Zimmer ist der sogenannte Utah teapot, eines der ältesten und bekanntesten 3D-Modelle der Computergrafik. Die Teekanne hat sich zu einem Running Gag in der Computergrafikszene entwickelt und ist in verschiedenen computeranimierten Filmen zu finden. • Der Wilhelmsschrei ist zu hören, als Buzz wegen der Schreibtischlampe aus dem Fenster fällt, der berühmte Running-Gag der Sound Designer.

• In der Szene, in der Woody und Buzz auf dem Auto sitzen, bemerkt Andys Schwester Molly die beiden im Rückspiegel. Im Autoradio ertönt das Lied Hakuna Matata aus Der König der Löwen. • Der blaue Wagen von Andys Mutter trägt das Nummernschild " A113"; diese Zahl findet sich in vielen Filmproduktionen wieder. 3D-Wiederveröffentlichung [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Am 2. Oktober 2009 wurde der Film in den USA in 3D wieder in die Kinos gebracht.

Er war ausschließlich in einer Doppelvorführung zusammen mit Toy Story 2, welcher ebenfalls in 3D konvertiert wurde, zu sehen. Ursprünglich sollten die Vorführungen auf einen Zeitraum von zwei Wochen begrenzt werden. Wegen des großen Erfolgs wurde dieser jedoch auf fünf Wochen ausgedehnt.

Für die 3D-Konvertierung wurden die ursprünglichen Computerdaten aufbereitet und eine virtuelle zweite Kamera hinzugefügt, so dass ein stereoskopes Bildmaterial vorlag, was für die Tiefenwahrnehmung unerlässlich ist. Allein dieser Prozess nahm vier Monate in Anspruch. Anschließend brauchte es weitere sechs Monate, um die Filme mit adäquaten 3D-Effekten zu versehen. Die 3D-Doppelvorführung von Toy Story 1 und 2 hat innerhalb der fünfwöchigen Akmal toy story wikipedia 30.714.027 US-Dollar (23.686.658 €; Stand: 17.

Juli 2010) eingespielt, davon alleine 12,5 Millionen US-Dollar (9,64 Millionen €; Stand 17. Juli 2010) am Eröffnungswochenende. Rezeption [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Die Linuxdistribution Debian GNU/Linux verwendet die Namen der Charaktere aus Toy Story, um die verschiedenen Releases ihrer Software zu bezeichnen, „Buzz“ (1.1), „Rex“ (1.2), „Bo“ (1.3), „Hamm“ (2.0), „Potato“ (2.2), „Woody“ (3.0), „Sarge“ (3.1), „Etch“ (4.0), „Lenny“ (5.0), „Squeeze“ (6.0), „Wheezy“ (7.0), „Jessie“ (8.0), „Stretch“ (9.0), „Buster“ (10.0), „Bullseye“ (11.0), „Bookworm“ (12.0, testing) und „Sid“ [4] (unstable).

Der Besamungsbulle Toystory erhielt seinen Namen nach dem Film. Kritiken [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Der Film erhielt überwiegend positive Kritiken: Bei Rotten Tomatoes fallen alle 98 Kritiken für den Film positiv aus – womit er eine Wertung von 100 % besitzt [5] – und bei Metacritic konnte ein Metascore von 92, basierend auf 16 Kritiken, erzielt werden.

[6] „Der Film lebt nicht nur von der Sehnsucht nach der symbiotischen Freude am beseelten Spielzeug, sondern auch davon, wie immer wieder die Grenzen zwischen Spiel und Wirklichkeit überschritten und gleich darauf restauriert werden.

Ein postmodernes Märchen voller Spiegelungen zwischen Realität und Warentraum, und von einer beinahe überbordenden Emotionalität.“ „‚Toy Story‘ ist eine Komödie für Charakterdarsteller. […] Auch auf Actionszenen verzichtete Regisseur John Lasseter nicht. Besonders die große Verfolgungsjagd gegen Ende des Films, als Buzz und Woody in einem Modellauto durch den Straßenverkehr jagen, führt die extravaganten Kameraeinstellungen vor, die durch Computeranimation möglich sind.

Doch die spannendsten Momente spielen sich im Kopf der Protagonisten ab. Etwa wenn Buzz, der sich für einen echten Galaxiskrieger hält, einen Werbespot mit vielen BuzzLightyear-Figuren sieht und erkennen muß, daß er nichts weiter als ein Spielzeug ist. Das macht ihn menschlicher als manchen der lebendigen Hollywood-Schauspieler.“ – Prisma [10] Auszeichnungen [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] 2005 wurde Toy Story in das National Film Registry aufgenommen, in dem als besonders erhaltenswert geltende US-Filme verzeichnet sind.

Der Film gehört zudem seit 2007 laut dem American Film Institute zu den 100 besten amerikanischen Filme aller Zeiten. Die Deutsche Film- und Medienbewertung (FBW) vergab das Prädikat wertvoll. [11] Preis Nominierungen Auszeichnungen Land Verleihung Annie Award Bester Animationsfilm Beste Animation Beste Regie Beste Musik Beste Produktion Bestes Produktionsdesign Beste Technik Bestes Drehbuch Bester Animationsfilm Beste Animation Beste Regie Beste Musik Beste Produktion Bestes Produktionsdesign Beste Technik Bestes Drehbuch USA 1996 Oscar Beste Filmmusik Bester Song ( You’ve Got a Friend in Me) Bestes Originaldrehbuch Sonderoscar für den ersten computeranimierten Spielfilm USA 1996 Golden Globe Award Bester Film – Komödie oder Musical Bester Filmsong USA 1996 Saturn Award Bester Fantasyfilm Bestes Drehbuch USA 1996 BAFTA Award Beste visuelle Effekte Großbritannien 1997 Fortsetzungen [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] • Im Film Toy Story 2 (1999) stellt sich heraus, dass Woody ein begehrtes Spielzeug-Sammlerstück ist.

Wegen seines Wertes wird er vom Spielzeughändler Al entführt. Buzz und ein paar andere von Andys Spielzeugen begeben sich auf eine spektakuläre Rettungsmission, um Woodys Export nach Japan akmal toy story wikipedia verhindern.

• Im Jahr 2000 erschien zudem akmal toy story wikipedia Zeichentrickserie Captain Buzz Lightyear – Star Command und der Zeichentrickfilm zur Serie Captain Buzz Lightyear – Star Command – Das Abenteuer beginnt, die auf Toy Story basiert. • In Toy Story 3 (2010) ist Andy, der Besitzer der Spielzeuge, erwachsen geworden und geht aufs College.

Durch ein Versehen werden Cowboy Woody und seine Freunde in einen Kindergarten gebracht, wo sie Bekanntschaft mit weiteren Spielzeugen machen.

• Nachdem der 4. Teil schon im Jahr 2014 angekündigt worden war, erschien er erst 2019 unter dem Titel A Toy Story: Alles hört auf kein Kommando. Die Spielzeuge leben jetzt bei dem kleinen Mädchen Bonnie, und Woody macht sich auf die Suche nach der Porzellanpuppe Porzellinchen.

• Für 2022 ist unter dem Titel Lightyear ein weiterer Film angekündigt, der die Geschichte des Astronauten zeigt, auf dessen Grundlage das Spielzeug entstanden ist. [12] Weblinks [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] Commons: Toy Story – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien • Toy Story in der Internet Movie Database (englisch) • Offizieller Internetauftritt von Disney (englisch) • Offizielle Website zum Film von Pixar (englisch) • Toy Story bei Rotten Tomatoes (englisch) Einzelnachweise [ Bearbeiten - Quelltext bearbeiten ] • ↑ Toy Story.

In: synchronkartei.de. Deutsche Synchronkartei, abgerufen am akmal toy story wikipedia. März 2017. • ↑ Sun und Pixar drehen Filmhit "Toy Story" @1 @2 Vorlage:Toter Link/www.computerwoche.de ( Seite nicht mehr abrufbar, Suche in Webarchiven) Info: Der Link wurde automatisch als defekt markiert. Bitte prüfe den Link gemäß Anleitung und entferne dann diesen Hinweis. in Computerwoche vom 22. Dezember 1995 akmal toy story wikipedia ↑ a b c Audiokommentar der DVD • ↑ Homepage der Debian Distribution, Erklärung der verfügbaren Versionsnamen • ↑ Toy Story bei Rotten Tomatoes (englisch) • ↑ Toy Story bei Metacritic (englisch) • ↑ Toy Story.

In: Lexikon des internationalen Films. Filmdienst, abgerufen am 2. März 2017. Vorlage:LdiF/Wartung/Zugriff verwendet • ↑ Gummimann, geh du voran in Die Zeit, Ausgabe 13/1996 vom 22. März 1996 • ↑ Revolution in Entenhausen in KulturSPIEGEL, Ausgabe 3/1996 vom 26. Februar 1996 • ↑ Toy Story. In: prisma. Abgerufen am 30. März 2021. • ↑ http://www.fbw-filmbewertung.com/film/toy_story • ↑ Sebastian: Trailer zu Pixars "Lightyear".

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(2008–present) • Toy Story Land (2010–present) [b] • Jessie's Critter Carousel (2019–present) Toy Story is an American media franchise that started in 1995 with the release of the animated feature film of the same name, produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the first computer-animated franchise. The franchise is based on the anthropomorphic concept that all toys, unknown to humans, are secretly alive and the films focus on a diverse group of toys that feature a classic cowboy doll named Sheriff Woody and a modern spaceman action figure named Buzz Lightyear, principally voiced by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen.

The group unexpectedly embark on adventures that challenge and change them. The franchise consists mainly of five CGI-animated films: Toy Story (1995), Toy Story 2 (1999), Toy Story 3 (2010), Toy Story 4 (2019), and the spin-off prequel film, Lightyear (2022), slated for release, and the 2D-animated direct-to-video spin-off film, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (2000) and its 2000–2001 television series of the same name.

The first Toy Story was the first feature-length film to be made entirely using computer-generated imagery. The first two films were directed by John Lasseter, the third film by Lee Unkrich, who acted as the co-director of the second film (together with Ash Brannon), the fourth film by Josh Cooley, and Lightyear by Angus MacLane. Produced on a total budget of $520 million, the Toy Story films have grossed more than $3 billion worldwide, becoming the 20th-highest-grossing franchise worldwide and the fourth-highest-grossing animated franchise.

Each film set box office records, with the third and fourth included in the top 50 all-time worldwide films. The entire franchise has received critical acclaim from critics and audiences. [1] [2] [3] [4] The first two films were re-released in theaters as a Disney Digital 3-D "double feature" for at least 2 weeks in October 2009 as a promotion for the then-upcoming third film.

[5] Contents • 1 Main films • 1.1 Toy Story (1995) • 1.2 Toy Story 2 (1999) • 1.3 Toy Story 3 (2010) • 1.4 Toy Story 4 (2019) • 1.5 Possible fifth akmal toy story wikipedia • 2 Buzz Lightyear films • 2.1 Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (2000) • 2.2 Lightyear (2022) • 3 Television series • 3.1 Toy Story Treats (1996) • 3.2 Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000–2001) • 3.3 Toy Story Toons (2011–2012) • akmal toy story wikipedia Forky Asks a Question (2019–2020) • 4 Television specials • 4.1 Toy Story of Terror!

(2013) • 4.2 Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014) • 5 Short films • 5.1 Lamp Life (2020) • 6 Reception • 6.1 Box office performance • 6.2 Critical and public response • 6.3 Accolades • 7 Cast and characters • 8 Crew • 9 Other media • 9.1 Comic books • 9.2 Video games • 9.2.1 Games featuring Toy Story characters • 9.3 Merchandising and software • 10 Theme park attractions • 10.1 Totally Toy Story • 10.1.1 Attractions • 11 Impact • 11.1 Gromit Unleashed • 11.2 To infinity and beyond!

• 12 Notes • 13 References • 14 External links Main films [ edit ] Film U.S. release date Director Story by Screenplay by Producer(s) Main series Toy Story November 22, 1995 ( 1995-11-22) John Lasseter John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton, and Joe Ranft Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow Bonnie Arnold and Ralph Guggenheim Toy Story 2 November 24, 1999 ( 1999-11-24) John Lasseter, Peter Docter, Ash Brannon, and Andrew Stanton Andrew Stanton, Rita Hsiao, Doug Chamberlin and Chris Webb Helene Plotkin and Karen Robert Jackson Toy Story 3 June 18, 2010 ( 2010-06-18) Lee Unkrich Akmal toy story wikipedia Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, and Lee Unkrich Michael Arndt Darla K.

Anderson Toy Story 4 June 21, 2019 ( 2019-06-21) Josh Cooley John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Josh Cooley, Valerie LaPointe, Rashida Jones, Will McCormack, Martin Hynes, and Stephany Folsom Andrew Stanton and Stephany Folsom Mark Nielsen and Jonas Rivera Spin-offs Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins August 8, 2000 ( akmal toy story wikipedia Tad Stones Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley, Bill Motz & Bob Roth Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley & Tad Stones Lightyear June 17, 2022 ( 2022-06-17) Angus MacLane Pete Docter [6] Jason Headley and Angus MacLane Galyn Susman Toy Story (1995) [ edit ] Main article: Toy Story Toy Story, the first film in the franchise, was released on November 22, 1995.

It was the first feature-length film created entirely by CGI and was directed by John Lasseter. The plot involves Andy (voiced by John Morris), an imaginative young boy, getting a new Buzz Lightyear ( Tim Allen) action figure for his birthday, causing Sheriff Woody ( Tom Hanks), a vintage cowboy doll, to think that he has been replaced as Andy's favorite toy.

In competing for Andy's attention, Woody accidentally knocks Buzz out of a window, leading the other toys to believe he tried to murder Buzz. Determined to set things right, Woody tries to save Buzz and both must escape from the house of the next-door neighbor Sid Phillips (voiced by Erik von Detten), who likes to torture and destroy toys. Akmal toy story wikipedia addition to Hanks and Allen, the film featured the voices of Jim Varney, Don Rickles, John Ratzenberger, Wallace Shawn, and Annie Potts.

The film was critically and financially successful, grossing over $373 million worldwide. [1] [7] The film was later re-released in Disney Digital 3-D as part of a double feature, along with Toy Story 2, for a two-week run, [5] which was later extended due to akmal toy story wikipedia financial success. [8] Toy Story 2 (1999) [ edit ] Main article: Toy Story 2 Toy Story 2, the second film in the franchise, was released on November 24, 1999.

Lasseter reprised his role as director. The plot involves Woody getting stolen by a greedy toy collector named Al McWhiggin (voiced by Wayne Knight).

Buzz and several of Andy's toys set off to attempt to free Woody, who meanwhile has discovered his origins as a historic television star. In addition to the returning cast, Toy Story 2 included voice acting from Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer, Estelle Harris, and Jodi Benson. Toy Story 2 was not originally intended for release in theaters, but as a direct-to-video sequel to the original Toy Story, with a 60-minute running time.

[9] However, Disney's executives were impressed by the high quality of the in-work imagery for the sequel, and were also pressured by the main characters' voice actors Hanks and Allen, so they decided to convert Toy Story 2 into a theatrical film. [10] It turned out to be an even greater success than the original Toy Story, grossing over $497 million worldwide.

[11] The film was re-released in Disney Digital 3-D as part of a double feature, along with Toy Story, on October 2, 2009. [5] Toy Story 3 (2010) [ edit ] Main article: Toy Story 3 Toy Story 3, the third film in the franchise, was released on June 18, 2010, nearly 11 years after Toy Story 2. The plot focuses on the toys being accidentally dropped off at a daycare center while their owner, Andy, is getting ready to go to college. The toys discover that all of the toys akmal toy story wikipedia ruled by Lotso (voiced by Ned Beatty), a sinister teddy bear, while Woody finds potential hope for a new home in the hands of Bonnie, a toddler that takes great care of her toys.

Blake Clark replaced Varney after Varney's death in 2000, while other new cast members included Michael Keaton, Timothy Dalton, Jeff Garlin, Kristen Schaal, and Bonnie Hunt.

It was the first Toy Story film not to be directed by Lasseter (although he remained involved in the film as executive producer), but by Lee Unkrich, who edited the first two films and co-directed the second. It was Pixar's highest-grossing film of all time both domestically, surpassing Finding Nemo, until it was surpassed by Finding Dory in 2016 and worldwide, also surpassing Finding Nemo, until it was surpassed by Incredibles 2 in 2018.

Toy Story 3 grossed more than the first and second films combined, making it akmal toy story wikipedia first animated film to have crossed the $1 billion mark. [12] In August 2010, it surpassed Shrek 2, becoming the highest-grossing animated film of all time until it was surpassed by Frozen, another Disney production, in March 2014. [13] Toy Story 3 was released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 2, 2010.

[14] Toy Story 4 (2019) [ edit ] Main akmal toy story wikipedia Toy Story 4 Toy Story 4, the fourth feature film in the franchise, was released on June 21, 2019.

Taking place not long after Toy Story 3, the story involves Woody, Buzz, and the other toys living well with their new owner Bonnie.

On her first day of kindergarten, Bonnie creates a toy spork, named Forky (voiced by Tony Hale), out of garbage. Woody, having been neglected by Bonnie lately, personally takes it upon himself to keep Forky out of harm's way. During a road trip with Bonnie's family, Woody, to his delight encounters his old friend and former fellow toy Bo Peep ( Annie Potts), who he had been separated from in the interim period between Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 and has to deal with fears of becoming a "lost toy".

Rickles had died in 2017 prior to the production of the film, but Pixar used archival recordings from him to continue his voice work for the film. [15] Additional new cast members include Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Keanu Reeves, Ally Maki, and Christina Hendricks.

The film had been originally announced on November 6, 2014 during an investor's call with Lasseter to direct, Galyn Susman to produce, with the screenplay written by Rashida Jones and Will McCormack based on the story developed by Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter, and Lee Unkrich. [16] [17] However, during production, Lasseter stepped down from his position at Pixar in 2017, though remained to consult for the film; Josh Cooley was named as the film's director, with Jonas Rivera replacing Susman as producer.

[18] [19] The film underwent a major revision following the departures of Jones and McCormack later in 2017, with Stephany Folsom replacing them as screenwriter. Much of the original script by Jones and McCormack had to be dropped, delaying the release of the film. [20] [21] Possible fifth film [ edit ] In February akmal toy story wikipedia, Tim Allen, who voiced Buzz Lightyear in the films, expressed interest in doing another film as he "did not see any reason why they would not do it".

[22] On The Ellen DeGeneres Show that May, Hanks said that Toy Story 4 would be the final installment in the franchise, [23] but producer Mark Nielsen disclosed a possibility of a fifth film, as Pixar was not ruling out that possibility. [24] Buzz Lightyear films [ edit ] Buzz Lightyear akmal toy story wikipedia Star Command: The Adventure Begins (2000) [ edit ] Main article: Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins is a 2000 traditionally animated direct-to-video television film produced by Walt Disney Television Animation and by Pixar Animation Studios as a co-production that serves as a spin-off of the Toy Story franchise.

The film was released on August 8, 2000 and features Tim Allen as the voice of Buzz Lightyear. The film follows Buzz Lightyear as a space ranger who fights against the evil Emperor Zurg, showing the inspiration for the Buzz Lightyear toyline that exists in the Toy Story series. The film later led to the television series, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command.

Although the film was criticized for not using the same animation in Toy Story and Toy Story 2, it sold three million VHS and DVDs in its first week of release. Lightyear (2022) [ edit ] Main article: Lightyear (film) At Disney's 2020 Investor Day meeting in December, Lightyear was announced as a spin-off film depicting the in-universe origin story of the fictional human Buzz Lightyear character who inspired the toy featured in the main films, with Chris Evans cast in the title role. Directed by Angus MacLane, the film will be released on June 17, 2022.

[25] Television series [ edit ] Toy Story Treats (1996) [ edit ] In 1996, a series of shorts known as Toy Story Treats were created as interstitials on ABC Saturday Morning, the predecessor to Disney's One Saturday Morning and ABC Kids. They did not necessarily follow the continuity from Toy Story, taking place before, during and after the events of the first film.

They were aired roughly around the time of Toy Story 's release to home video. [26] The shorts also appeared as bonus features on both "The Ultimate Toy Box" and as Easter eggs on akmal toy story wikipedia "10th Anniversary Edition" DVD menu of the first film, they were also restored in HD in a 1.33:1 aspect ratio and presented in the special features of the 2010 Blu-ray release of the film.

John Ratzenberger, Wallace Shawn, and Jeff Pidgeon reprise their roles from the film as Hamm, Rex, and the Aliens, respectively, with Jim Hanks and Pat Fraley voicing Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear.

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000–2001) [ edit ] Main article: Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Buzz Lightyear of Star Command is an traditionally animated television series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation and co-produced by Pixar Animation Studios that is a spin off of the Toy Story franchise, and was led from the direct-to-video film Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins, depicting the in-universe Toy Story series on which the Buzz Lightyear toy is based.

The series takes place in the far future, featuring Buzz Lightyear voiced akmal toy story wikipedia Patrick Warburton (replacing Tim Allen), a famous, experienced Space Ranger who takes a crew of rookies under his wing as he investigates criminal activity across the galaxy and attempts to bring down Evil Emperor Zurg once and for all.

It aired on UPN from October 2, 2000 to November 29, 2000 and on ABC from October 14, 2000 to January 13, 2001. Toy Story Toons (2011–2012) [ edit ] Main article: Toy Story Toons In 2011, Pixar started releasing short animated films to supplement the Toy Story films, called Toy Story Toons.

The shorts pick up where Toy Story 3 has left off, with Woody, Buzz, and Andy's other toys finding a new home at Bonnie's. So far, three shorts have been released; Hawaiian Vacation, Small Fry, and Partysaurus Rex.

Another short, [27] titled Mythic Rock, was in development in 2013 but was never released. [28] Forky Asks a Question (2019–2020) [ edit ] Main article: Forky Asks a Question A series of shorts named Forky Asks a Question for Disney+, with the new character Forky from Toy Story 4 (voiced by Tony Hale), [29] was released on the launch date of the service on November 12, 2019.

Television specials [ edit ] Pixar has also developed two 22-minute Toy Story television specials for ABC. They also air them on Akmal toy story wikipedia Junior. [30] Toy Story of Terror! (2013) [ edit akmal toy story wikipedia The first was a Halloween-themed special titled Toy Story of Terror!, aired on October 16, 2013.

[31] Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014) [ edit ] The second was a Christmas-themed special titled Toy Story That Time Forgot, aired on December 2, 2014. [32] Short films [ edit ] Lamp Life (2020) [ edit ] Lamp Life is a short film revealing Bo Peep's whereabouts between the events of Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 4, where she was used as a night light for first one and then two children before being donated to the antique shop, where she and her sheep eventually abandoned their home lamp and were reunited with Woody.

[33] It was released on Disney+ on January 31, 2020. [34] Valerie LaPointe, who was a story supervisor on Toy Story 4, wrote and directed the short. Annie Potts and Ali Maki returned as Bo and Giggle McDimples. However, Woody is voiced by Jim Hanks, [34] Tom Hanks' brother.

Reception [ edit ] Box office performance [ edit ] Toy Story 's first five days of domestic akmal toy story wikipedia (on Thanksgiving weekend), earned the film $39.1 million. [35] The film placed first in the weekend's box office with $29.1 million, and maintained its number one position at the domestic box office for the following two weekends.

It was the highest-grossing domestic film in 1995, [36] and the third-highest-grossing animated film at the time. [37] Toy Story 2 opened at No. 1 over the Thanksgiving Day weekend, with a three-day tally of $57.4 million from 3,236 theaters.

It averaged $17,734 per theater over three days during that weekend, and stayed at No. 1 for the next two weekends. It was the third-highest-grossing film of 1999. [38] Toy Story 3 had a strong debut, opening in 4,028 theaters and grossing $41.1 million at the box office on its opening day.

In addition, Toy Story 3 had the highest opening-day gross for an animated film on record. During its opening weekend, the film grossed $110.3 million, making it #1 for the weekend; it was the biggest opening weekend ever for any Pixar film. Toy Story 3 stayed at the #1 spot for the next weekend.

The film had the second-highest opening ever for an animated film at the time. It was the highest-grossing film of 2010, both domestically and worldwide. [39] [40] Toy Story 3 grossed over $1 billion, making it the seventh film in history, the second Disney film in 2010, and the first animated film to do so.

[41] Each film is linked to the "Box office" section of its article. Film U.S. release date Box office gross All-time ranking Budget Ref(s) U.S. and Canada Other territories Worldwide U.S.

and Canada Worldwide Toy Story November 22, 1995 $191,796,233 $181,757,800 $373,554,033 223 330 $30 million [7] Toy Story 2 November 24, 1999 $245,852,179 $251,514,690 $497,366,869 131 212 $90 million [11] Toy Story 3 June 18, 2010 $415,004,880 $651,964,823 $1,066,969,703 29 32 $200 million [42] Toy Story 4 June 21, 2019 $434,038,008 $639,356,585 $1,073,394,593 22 31 $200 million [43] [44] Total $ 1,317,393,746 $ 1,726,176,052 $ 3,043,569,798 19 20 $520 million [note 1] Critical and public response [ edit ] Each film and television special is linked to the "Critical response" section of its article.

Film Critical Public Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic CinemaScore Toy Story 100% (92 reviews) [1] 95 (26 reviews) [46] A [47] Toy Story 2 100% (170 reviews) [2] 88 (34 reviews) [48] A+ [47] Toy Story 3 98% (309 reviews) [3] 92 (39 reviews) [49] A [47] Toy Story 4 97% (453 reviews) [4] 84 (57 reviews) [50] A [51] Toy Story of Terror!

94% (16 reviews) [52] 80 (7 reviews) [53] N/A Toy Story That Time Forgot 91% (11 reviews) [54] 81 (8 reviews) [55] N/A According to Rotten Tomatoes, the Toy Story franchise is the most critically acclaimed franchise of all time. [56] The first two films received a 100% "Certified Fresh" rating, while the third and fourth earned 98% and 97% "Certified Fresh" ratings.

According to the site, no other franchise has had all of its films so highly rated—the Before trilogy comes closest with 98%, and the Dollars trilogy and The Lord of the Rings trilogy come after with average ratings of 95% and 94%, respectively, while the Toy Story franchise has an average of 99%. According to Metacritic, the Toy Story franchise is the second most critically acclaimed franchise of all time, after The Lord of the Rings trilogy, having an average rounded score of 90 out of 100.

Accolades [ edit ] Further information: Toy Story awards, Toy Story 2 awards, Toy Story 3 awards, and Toy Story 4 awards Toy Story was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Original Screenplay, Best Original Score and Best Original Song for Randy Newman's " You've Got a Friend in Me." John Lasseter, the director of the film, also received a Special Achievement Award for "the development and inspired application of techniques that have made possible the first feature-length computer-animated film." [57] Toy Story was also the first animated film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.

At the 53rd Golden Globe Awards, Toy Story earned two Golden Globe nominations— Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and Best Original Song. It was also nominated for Best Special Visual Effects at the 50th British Academy Film Awards. Toy Story 2 won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and earned a single Academy Award nomination for the song " When She Loved Me," performed by Sarah McLachlan. The Academy Award for Best Animated Feature was introduced in 2001 after the first two Toy Story installments.

Toy Story 3 won two Academy Awards – Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for " We Belong Together". It earned three other nominations, including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Sound Editing. It was the third animated film in history to be nominated for Best Picture, after Beauty and the Beast and Up.

Toy Story 3 also won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature Film and the award for Best Animated Film at the British Academy Film Awards. Toy Story 4 won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and was also nominated for Best Original Song for Newman's "I Can't Let You Throw Yourself Away." It is the first animated franchise to win Best Animated Feature award twice.

It's also the first animated franchise to have every film nominated in the same category (Original Song). It was also nominated to the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature Film (but lost against Missing Link) and nominated for Best Animated Film at the British Academy Film Awards. Toy Story film series at the Academy Awards [58] [59] [60] [61] Category 68th Academy Awards Toy Story 72nd Academy Awards Toy Story 2 83rd Academy Awards Toy Story 3 92nd Academy Awards Toy Story 4 Best Picture Nominated Animated Feature Award not yet introduced Won Won Adapted Screenplay Ineligible in this category Nominated Original Score Nominated Original Screenplay Nominated Ineligible in this category Original Song Nominated Nominated Won Nominated Sound Editing Nominated Special Achievement Award Won [A] Cast and characters [ edit ] List indicator(s) This section shows characters who will appear or have appeared in the franchise.

• An empty, dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the film, or that the character's official presence has not yet been confirmed. • A indicates an appearance through archival footage. • Y indicates a younger version of the character. • S indicates an appearance as a character's singing voice. Characters Main films Interstitials Spin-off films Television series Short films Television specials Toy Story Toy Story 2 Toy Story 3 Toy Story 4 Toy Story Treats Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins Lightyear Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Forky Asks a Question Toy Story Toons Lamp Life Toy Story of Terror!

Toy Story That Time Forgot Sheriff Woody Tom Hanks Jim Hanks Intro cameo Tom Hanks Jim Hanks Tom Hanks Buzz Lightyear Tim Allen Tim Akmal toy story wikipedia Javier Fernández-Peña [c] Tim Allen Pat Fraley Tim Allen Patrick Warburton Chris Evans Patrick Warburton Tim Allen Javier Fernández-Peña [c] Tim Allen Mr.

Potato Head Don Rickles Don Rickles [d] Don Rickles Don Rickles Slinky Dog Jim Varney Blake Clark Silent cameo Blake Clark Hamm John Ratzenberger Andrew Stanton Intro cameo John Ratzenberger Rex Wallace Shawn Wallace Shawn Wallace Shawn Bo Peep Annie Potts Silent cameo Annie Potts Annie Potts Aliens Jeff Pidgeon Patrick Warburton TBA Patrick Warburton Jeff Pidgeon Silent cameo Andy Davis John Morris John Morris Charlie Bright Y John Morris Jack McGraw Y Mrs.

Davis Laurie Metcalf Molly Davis Baby sounds only Hannah Unkrich Bea Miller Uncredited cameo Hannah Unkrich A Sarge R. Lee Ermey R. Lee Ermey Billy, Goat and Gruff Animal sounds only Emily Davis Silent cameo Emily Davis Sid Phillips Erik von Detten Erik von Detten Erik von Detten A Hannah Phillips Sarah Freeman Lenny Joe Ranft Silent cameo Silent role Mr.

Spell Jeff Pidgeon Jeff Pidgeon Emperor Zurg Deleted scene Andrew Stanton Silent cameo Wayne Knight James Brolin Wayne Knight Jessie Joan Cusack Silent cameo Intro cameo Joan Cusack Joan Cusack Mrs. Potato Head Estelle Harris Estelle Harris Barbie Jodi Benson Silent cameo Jodi Benson Wheezy Joe Ranft Robert Goulet S Silent cameo Joe Ranft Intro cameo Al McWhiggin Akmal toy story wikipedia Knight Deleted scene [62] Stinky Pete The Prospector Kelsey Grammer Bonnie Emily Hahn Madeleine McGraw Photograph Emily Hahn Emily Hahn Bonnie's mom Lori Alan Lori Alan Lori Alan Mr.

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[64] Crew [ edit ] Film Director(s) Screenplay by Story by Producer(s) Executive producer(s) Composer Editor(s) Toy Story John Lasseter Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton and Joe Ranft Ralph Guggenheim and Bonnie Arnold Ed Catmull and Steve Jobs Randy Newman Robert Gordon Lee Unkrich Toy Story 2 John Lasseter co-directed by: Lee Unkrich and Ash Brannon Andrew Stanton, Rita Hsiao, Doug Chamberlin and Chris Webb John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Ash Brannon and Andrew Stanton Helene Plotkin and Karen Robert Jackson Sarah McArthur Edie Bleiman, David Ian Salter and Lee Unkrich Toy Story 3 Lee Unkrich Michael Arndt John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich Darla K.

Anderson John Lasseter Ken Schretzmann Toy Story 4 Josh Cooley Andrew Stanton and Stephany Folsom John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Josh Cooley, Valerie LaPointe, Rashida Jones, Will McCormack, Martin Hynes and Stephany Folsom Mark Nielsen and Jonas Rivera Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich and Pete Docter Axel Geddes Other media [ edit ] Comic books [ edit ] • A 4-issue limited series Toy Story: Mysterious Stranger was published by Boom!

Entertainment from May to August 2009. This was followed by an 8-issue ongoing series, starting with #0 in November 2009. Two Buzz Lightyear one-shots were released in 2010, for Free Comic Book Day and Halloween.

A second 4-issue limited series, Toy Story: Toy Overboard was published by Boom! Entertainment from July to October 2010. • A 4-issue limited series by Marvel Comics Toy Story: Tales from the Toy Chest was published from May to August 2012. • Toy Story magazine was first released on July 21, 2010. Each edition was 24 pages in length, apart from the launch edition, which was 28 pages. [65] • A one-shot anthology comic book by Dark Horse Comics was released to tie in with Toy Story 4 in 2019.

[66] The comic picks up just after the events of the film, also exploring the backstories of Duke Caboom, Ducky, Bunny, Akmal toy story wikipedia Peep and Giggle McDimples during their exploits as a band of lost toys. [67] Video games [ edit ] • Toy Story (1995) ( Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Microsoft Windows, and Game Boy) • Disney's Activity Center: Toy Story (1996) (Microsoft Windows) • Disney's Animated Storybook: Toy Story (1996) (Microsoft Windows and macOS) • Disney's Activity Center: Toy Story 2 (2000) (Microsoft Akmal toy story wikipedia • Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue (1999) ( Dreamcast, PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Game Boy Color) • Toy Story 2: Woody Sousaku Daisakusen!!

(2000) ( Sega Pico) – released only in Japan • Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000) ( Game Boy Color, PlayStation, and Microsoft Windows) • Jessie's Wild West Rodeo (2001) (Microsoft Windows and macOS) [68] [69] [70] • Toy Story Racer (2001) (PlayStation and Game Boy Color) • Disney Hotshots: Toy Story 2 (2003) (Microsoft Windows) • Toy Story 2: Operation Rescue Woody!

(2005) ( V.Smile) • Toy Story Mania! (2009) ( Wii, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3). • Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3 (2010) ( LeapPad, LeapPad2, LeapPad3, LeapPad Platinum, LeapPad Ultra, LeapPad Jr., Leapster Explorer, and LeapsterGS Explorer) [71] • Toy Story 3: The Video Game (2010) ( PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Microsoft Windows, macOS, and iOS) • Shooting Beena: Toy Story 3 – Woody to Buzz no Daibōken!

(2010) ( Advanced Pico Beena) – released only in Japan • Toy Story: Smash It! (2013) (iOS and Android) • Toy Story Drop! (2019) (iOS and Android) Games featuring Toy Story characters [ edit ] • Disney Learning: 1st Grade (2000) (Microsoft Windows and macOS) • Disney Learning: 2nd Grade (2000) (Microsoft Windows and macOS) • Disney•Pixar Learning: 1st Grade (2002) (Microsoft Windows and macOS) • Disney•Pixar Learning: 2nd and 3rd Grade (2002) (Microsoft Windows and macOS) • Disney's Extreme Skate Adventure (2003) ( Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube) • LittleBigPlanet 2 (2011) (PlayStation 3) [72] • Disney•Pixar Pixar Pals (2011) (LeapPad, LeapPad2, LeapPad3, LeapPad Platinum, LeapPad Ultra, LeapPad Jr., Leapster Explorer, and LeapsterGS Explorer) • Kinect: Disneyland Adventures (2011) (Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows) • Kinect Rush: A Disney•Pixar Adventure (2012) (Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows) [73] • Disney Infinity (2013) (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, Microsoft Windows, iOS, and Apple TV) [74] • Lego The Incredibles (2018) ( PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, and macOS) • Kingdom Hearts III (2019) (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) Pixar created some original animations for the games, including fully animated sequences for PC titles.

[ citation needed] Woody and Buzz Lightyear were originally going to appear in the Final Mix version of the Disney/Square Enix video game Kingdom Hearts II. They were omitted from the final product, but their models appear in the game's coding, without textures.

The director of the Kingdom Hearts series, Tetsuya Nomura, stated that he would like to include Pixar property akmal toy story wikipedia future Kingdom Hearts games, given Disney's purchase of Pixar. [75] This eventually came true, as a stage based on Toy Story made its debut appearance in the series in Kingdom Hearts III, marking the first time that Pixar-based content appears in the series, along with Monsters, Inc.

and Ratatouille. akmal toy story wikipedia Merchandising and software [ edit ] Toy Story had a large promotion before its release, leading to numerous tie-ins with the film including images on food packaging. [77] A variety of merchandise was released during the film's theatrical run and its initial VHS release including toys, clothing, and shoes, among other things.

[78] When action figures for Buzz Lightyear and Sheriff Woody were created, they were initially ignored by retailers. However, after over 250,000 figures were sold for each character before the film's release, demand continued to expand, eventually reaching over 25 million units sold by 2007.

[79] Also, Disney's Animated Storybook: Toy Story and Disney's Activity Center: Toy Story were released for Windows and Mac.

[80] Disney's Animated Storybook: Toy Story was the best selling software title of 1996, selling over 500,000 copies. [81] Theme park attractions [ edit ] • Buzz Lightyear attractions in many Disney Parks. • Toy Story Midway Mania! at Disney's Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort, Disney California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort and Tokyo DisneySea at Tokyo Disney Resort.

• Toy Story Land themed lands at Walt Disney Studios Park, Hong Kong Disneyland, Shanghai Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios. • Toy Story: The Musical on Disney Cruise Line's ship Disney Wonder. • Totally Toy Story, an "instant theme park" then a theme area in Tomorrowland at Disneyland. Totally Toy Story [ edit ] Akmal toy story wikipedia Toy Story Theme Toy Story free standing Opened November 18, 1995 Closed January 1, 1996 Tomorrowland Disneyland Opened January 27, 1996 Closed May 27, 1996 Totally Toy Story was an instant theme park and a promotional event for the Toy Story film premiere held at El Capitan Theatre and Masonic Convention Hall.

For the November akmal toy story wikipedia, 1995 Toy Story premiere at El Capitan Theatre, Disney rented the Masonic Convention Hall, the next door building, for Totally Toy Story, an instant theme park and a promotional event for the movie. Movie goers paid an additional fee for the pop up park. [82] [83] The promotional event had pre-sales over $1 million and remained opened until January 1, 1996.

[83] The Toy Story Funhouse part was moved to Disneyland's Tomorrowland and opened there on January 27, 1996 and closed on May 27, 1996.

[84] Totally Toy Story, while in Hollywood, consisted of "Toy Story Art of Animation" exhibit in El Capitan's basement and the Toy Story Funhouse at the convention hall. The fun house consisted of 30,000 square feet of various attractions. These attractions continue the story of the movie with the toys life-size. [83] Attractions [ edit ] Toy Story Funhouse attractions: • Hamm's Theater – "Hamm's All-Doll Revue" has energetic dancing and original songs lasted 20 minutes [83] • Buzz's Galaxy - [82] • "Buzz & the Buzz Lites" show included music from Frank Sinatra [83] • two arcade-style games, "Whack-A-Alien" [82] • a motion-simulator ride [83] • Woody's Roundup dance hall, live musicians and country line-dancing lessons [82] • Pizza Planet restaurant [83] • Green Army Men's obstacle course, participants strap on foot base to tackle the course [83] • Mr.

Potato Head's Playroom, contained Etch-a-Sketches and other dexterity games had a floor made up of old game boards [83] • Totally Interactive Room, had Sega and Nintendo Toy Story games [83] • souvenir shop [83] Impact [ edit ] Toy Story 's innovative computer animation had a large impact on the film industry.

After the film's debut, various industries were interested in the technology used for the film. Graphics chip makers desired to compute imagery similar to the film's animation for personal computers; game developers wanted to learn how to replicate the animation for video games; and robotics researchers were interested in building artificial intelligence into their machines that compared to the lifelike characters in the film.

[85] Various authors have also compared the film to an interpretation of Don Quixote as well as humanism. [86] [87] The free and open-source Linux distribution Debian takes its codenames from Toy Story characters, the tradition of which came about as Bruce Perens was involved in the early development of Debian while working at Pixar.

[88] Gromit Unleashed [ edit ] In 2013, Pixar designed a "Gromit Lightyear" sculpture based on the Aardman Animations character Gromit from Wallace and Gromit for Gromit Unleashed which sold for £65,000.

[89] To infinity and beyond! [ edit ] Buzz Lightyear's classic line "To infinity and beyond!" has seen usage not only on T-shirts, but among philosophers and mathematical theorists as well. [90] [91] [92] Lucia Hall of The Humanist linked the film's plot to an interpretation of humanism.

She compared the phrase to "All this and heaven, too!", indicating one who is happy with a life on Earth as well as having an afterlife. [87] In 2008, during STS-124, astronauts took an action figure of Buzz Lightyear into space on the Discovery Space Shuttle as part of an educational experience for students that also stressed the catchphrase. The action figure was used for experiments in zero-g. [93] Also, in 2008, the phrase made international news when it was reported that a father and son had continually repeated the phrase to help them keep track of each other while treading water for 15 hours in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Film debut sutradara fitur John Lasseter, ini adalah film fitur sepenuhnya animasi komputer pertama, serta film fitur pertama dari Pixar. Skenario ini ditulis oleh Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen,dan Alec Sokolow dari sebuah kisah oleh Lasseter, Stanton, Pete Docter, dan Joe Ranft. Film ini menampilkan musik oleh Randy Newman, dan diproduksi oleh Steve Jobs dan Edwin Catmull.

Ini fitur suara Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Jim Varney, Annie Potts, R. Lee Ermey, John Morris, Laurie Metcalf, dan Erik von Detten. Toy Story ditayangkan perdana di El Capitan Theatre di Los Angeles, California, pada 19 November 1995, dan dirilis di Amerika Utara pada 22 November 1995. Itu adalah film dengan pendapatan tertinggi selama akhir pekan pembukaannya, [1] akhirnya menghasilkan lebih banyak $ 373 juta di box office seluruh dunia.

Film ini menerima tiga nominasi Academy Award, yaitu Best Original Screenplay, Best Original Song untuk " You've Got a Friend in Me", dan Best Original Score, serta memenangkan Penghargaan Akademi Prestasi Spesial. [2] Pada tahun 2005, tahun pertama kelayakannya, film ini dimasukkan ke dalam National Film Registry karena "secara budaya, historis, atau estetis".

[3] Daftar isi • 1 Alur cerita • 2 Pengisi suara • 3 Produksi • 3.1 Pengembangan • 3.2 Pengisian suara • 4 Perilisan • 4.1 Pemasaran • 4.2 Media rumah • 5 Penghasilan • 5.1 Box office • 5.2 Respon kritik • 5.3 Referensi • 6 Pranala luar Alur cerita Di dunia di mana mainan adalah makhluk hidup tetapi berpura-pura tidak bernyawa ketika manusia hadir, sekelompok mainan yang dimiliki oleh seorang anak laki-laki bernama Andy Davis tertangkap basah ketika pesta ulang tahun Andy digerakkan seminggu, seperti keluarganya (termasuk keluarganya) ibu dan adik bayi Molly) sedang bersiap untuk pindah minggu berikutnya.

Mainan Andy - termasuk Bo Peep sang gembala, Tuan Potato Head, Rex si dinosaurus, Hamm the piggy bank dan Slinky Dog - takut mainan itu akan digantikan oleh mainan baru yang diberikan sebagai hadiah ulang tahun. Sheriff Woody - pemimpin mainan dan mainan favorit Andy - mengirim pasukan, yang dipimpin oleh Sersan, untuk memata-matai pesta dan melaporkan hasil hadiah kepada yang lain melalui monitor bayi Playskool.

Mainan itu lega ketika pesta tampaknya berakhir tanpa ada yang digantikan oleh mainan baru, tetapi kemudian Andy menerima hadiah kejutan - sebuah action figure Buzz Lightyear, akmal toy story wikipedia berpikir bahwa ia adalah seorang penjelajah luar angkasa yang nyata. Buzz mengesankan mainan lain dengan berbagai fiturnya dan Andy mulai mendukungnya, membuat Woody merasa ditolak dibandingkan dengan Buzz Lightyear yang lebih baru, lebih ramping dan lebih akmal toy story wikipedia. Ketika Andy bersiap untuk tamasya keluarga di sebuah restoran bernama Pizza Planet, ibunya mengizinkannya membawa satu mainan.

Khawatir bahwa Andy akan memilih Buzz, Woody mencoba menjebaknya di belakang meja tetapi akhirnya menjatuhkannya ke luar jendela. Kecelakaan ini menyebabkan mainan lain, kecuali Bo Peep dan Slinky, menuduh Woody "membunuh" Buzz karena cemburu. Sebelum mereka bisa membalas dendam, Andy mengambil Woody dan pergi ke Pizza Planet. Ketika keluarga berhenti untuk gas, Woody menemukan bahwa Buzz telah menumpang van mereka.

Mereka bertengkar, tetapi jatuh dari van dalam proses dan keluarga pergi, meninggalkan mereka terdampar. Mereka berhasil menuju restoran dengan menumpang truk pengantar Pizza Planet. Buzz, yang masih percaya bahwa dia adalah seorang penjelajah luar angkasa yang nyata meskipun Woody berupaya meyakinkannya sebaliknya, membuat mereka terjebak dalam permainan capit.

Mereka kemudian dibawa pergi oleh tetangga Andy yang menghancurkan mainan, Sid Phillips. Di dalam kamar Sid, keduanya menonton dengan ketakutan ketika Sid berhasil memenggal kepala boneka Hannah adik perempuannya Hannah dan menggantinya dengan boneka pterodactyl, tetapi mereka segera diperbaiki oleh mainan makhluk mutan yang Woody dan Buzz yakini kanibal.

Setelah menghindari anjing Sid, Scud, Buzz melihat iklan televisi untuk action figure Buzz Lightyear, dan menjadi sangat sedih ketika dia akhirnya menyadari bahwa dia adalah mainan setelah gagal terbang keluar jendela, mematahkan lengannya dalam proses itu. Woody menemukan Buzz di pesta teh Hannah dan membawanya kembali ke kamar Sid. Dia memanggil mainan Andy untuk bantuan, namun secara tidak sengaja menunjukkannya lengan patah Buzz dan mereka pergi, meninggalkannya dan Buzz terjebak.

Namun, mainan mutan itu ternyata ramah dan mereka memperbaiki lengan Buzz. Sid berencana untuk meluncurkan Buzz di roket kembang api, tetapi rencananya tertunda oleh badai. Woody memberi tahu Buzz yang depresi tentang kebahagiaan yang bisa ia bawa pada Andy sebagai mainan, memulihkan kepercayaan dirinya. Keesokan paginya, Woody dan mainan mutan menyelamatkan Buzz, sama seperti Sid akan meluncurkan roket, dengan hidup kembali di depan Sid, menakuti dia dan memerintahkan dia untuk berhenti menghancurkan mainan.

Sid berlari ke rumah dan memberi tahu Hannah bahwa mainan itu hidup. Dia menggodanya dengan boneka Sally dan mengejarnya ke atas. Woody mengucapkan selamat tinggal pada mainan mutan itu kemudian akmal toy story wikipedia diri dengan Buzz tepat ketika Andy dan keluarganya pergi ke rumah baru mereka. Mereka berdua mencoba untuk membuatnya ke truk yang bergerak, tetapi Scud melihat mereka dan mengejar. Buzz akhirnya ditinggalkan sambil menyelamatkan Woody dari Scud dan Woody mencoba untuk menyelamatkannya dengan mobil remote control Andy, Akmal toy story wikipedia.

Berpikir bahwa Woody "membunuh" RC juga, mainan lain menyerang dan melemparkannya keluar dari truk. Setelah menghindari Scud, Buzz dan RC mengambil Woody saat mereka terus mengejar truk. Setelah melihat Woody dan Buzz bersama di RC, mainan lain menyadari kesalahan mereka dan membantu mereka kembali, tetapi baterai RC menjadi habis, meninggalkan mereka di belakang.

Menyadari bahwa roket Sid masih terikat di punggung Buzz, Woody menyalakannya, melesat ke arah truk. Woody berhasil melempar RC ke truk sebelum ia dan Buzz melayang tinggi ke udara. Sebelum roket meledak, Buzz membuka sayapnya untuk membebaskan dirinya dari roket dan meluncur dengan Woody ke tempat aman di dalam sebuah kotak di mobil ibu Andy tepat di sebelah Andy, yang berpikir mereka berada di dalam mobil selama ini.

Pada Hari Natal di rumah baru mereka, Woody dan Buzz mengadakan misi pengintaian lain untuk mempersiapkan kedatangan mainan baru; salah satu mainan itu adalah Mrs. Potato Head, untuk sukacita Mr.

Potato Head. Ketika Woody bercanda bertanya apa yang mungkin lebih buruk daripada Buzz, mereka menemukan hadiah baru Andy adalah anak anjing, sehingga keduanya berbagi senyum khawatir. Pengisi suara • Tom Hanks sebagai Woody, boneka koboi tali-tarik. • Tim Allen sebagai Buzz Lightyear, sebuah Action Figure ranger dan saingan Woody, yang kemudian menjadi sahabatnya.

• Don Rickles sebagai Mr. Potato Head, boneka berbentuk kentang yang sinis dengan potongan-potongan yang disatukan di tubuhnya. • Jim Varney sebagai Slinky Dog, mainan slinky dachshund. • Wallace Shawn sebagai Rex, Figur Akmal toy story wikipedia hijau yang gugup. • John Ratzenberger sebagai Hamm, celengan yang pintar berbicara. • Annie Potts sebagai Bo Peep, boneka gembala porselen dan minat cinta Woody.

• John Morris sebagai Andy Davis, pemilik Woody dan Buzz. • Erik von Detten sebagai Sid Phillips, tetangga tetangga Andy, yang menyiksa mainan untuk hiburannya sendiri. • Laurie Metcalf sebagai Ny. Davis, ibu Andy. • R. Lee Ermey sebagai Sersan, pemimpin pasukan besar pria tentara hijau plastik.

• Sarah Freeman sebagai Hannah Phillips, adik perempuan Sid. • Penn Jillette sebagai penyiar komersial Buzz Lightyear TV. Produksi Pengembangan Pengalaman pertama sutradara John Lasseter dengan animasi komputer adalah selama bekerja akmal toy story wikipedia animator di Walt Disney Feature Animation, ketika dua temannya menunjukkan kepadanya adegan siklus cahaya dari Tron. Itu adalah pengalaman yang membuka mata yang menyadarkan Lasseter akan kemungkinan yang ditawarkan oleh media baru animasi yang dihasilkan komputer.

Lasseter mencoba mememberikan The Brave Little Toaster sebagai film animasi komputer sepenuhnya ke Disney, tetapi idenya ditolak dan Lasseter dipecat. [4] Dia kemudian mulai bekerja di Lucasfilm dan pada tahun 1986, ia menjadi anggota pendiri Pixar.

Pada tahun 1986, Pixar dibeli oleh pengusaha dan salah satu pendiri Apple Inc. Steve Jobs. Di Pixar, Lasseter membuat film animasi komputer pendek untuk memamerkan kemampuan Pixar Image Computer. Pada tahun 1988 Lasseter memproduksi film pendek Tin Toy diceritakan dari perspektif mainan dan referensi cinta Lasseter terhadap mainan klasik.

Tin Toy memenangkan 1988 Academy Award untuk Best Animated Short Film, film buatan komputer pertama yang melakukannya. Pengisian suara Katzenberg memberikan persetujuan untuk naskah tersebut pada 19 Januari 1993, di mana casting suara bisa dimulai. [5] Lasseter selalu ingin Tom Hanks memainkan karakter Woody. Lasseter mengklaim Hanks "memiliki kemampuan untuk mengambil emosi dan membuat mereka menarik. Bahkan jika karakter, seperti yang ada di A League of Your Own, turun-dan-keluar dan tercela." [5] Paul Newman, yang kemudian menerima peran Doc Hudson dalam film Pixar lainnya Cars, dianggap untuk peran Woody.

[6] Billy Crystal didekati untuk memainkan Buzz, tetapi menolak peran itu, yang kemudian dia sesali, dan kemudian menerima peran Mike Wazowski dalam film Pixar lain, Monster Inc. Selain Crystal, Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, dan Jim Carrey juga dipertimbangkan untuk Buzz. [7] Lasseter mengambil peran untuk Tim Allen, yang muncul di Disney Home Improvement, dan ia menerimanya. Crystal kemudian menyatakan dalam sebuah wawancara bahwa dia tidak akan benar sebagai Buzz dan bahwa Allen "fantastis" dalam peran itu.

Untuk mengukur bagaimana suara aktor akan cocok dengan karakter, Lasseter meminjam teknik Disney yang umum: menghidupkan monolog vokal dari aktor mapan untuk menyatukan suara aktor dengan penampilan atau tindakan karakter animasi. Rekaman tes awal ini, menggunakan suara Hanks dari Turner & Hooch, meyakinkan Hanks untuk masuk ke film.

[5] Toy Story adalah peran film animasi pertama Hanks dan Allen, dan mereka juga merekam dialog mereka bersama untuk membuat chemistry dan interaksi karakter mereka realistis Perilisan Ada dua pemutaran perdana Toy Story pada November 1995. Disney mengorganisir satu di Teater El Capitan di Los Angeles, dan membangun rumah yang menyenangkan, sepenuhnya Toy Story, di sebelahnya menampilkan karakter-karakter tersebut.

[8] Jobs tidak hadir dan malah menyewa Kabupaten, teater serupa di San Francisco, dan mengadakan pemutaran perdana sendiri malam berikutnya. Alih-alih Tom Hanks dan Tim Allen, para tamu adalah selebriti Silicon Valley, seperti Larry Ellison dan Andy Grove. Perdana duel menyoroti masalah bernanah akmal toy story wikipedia perusahaan: apakah Toy Story adalah film Disney atau Pixar. Pemasaran Pemasaran untuk film ini mencakup $ 20 juta yang dihabiskan oleh Disney untuk iklan dan juga pengiklan seperti Burger King, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, dan Payless ShoeSource yang membayar $ 125 juta dalam promosi terikat untuk film ini.

Konsultan pemasaran Al Ries merefleksikan promosi ini: "Ini akan menjadi kesepakatan yang mematikan. Bagaimana seorang anak, dapat menonton film berdurasi satu setengah jam dengan pasukan karakter mainan yang dapat dikenali, tidak ingin memilikinya?" [9] Meskipun demikian, Disney Consumer Products lambat melihat potensi Toy Story sejak dini.

Ketika tanggal perilisan Thanksgiving diumumkan pada Januari 1995, banyak perusahaan mainan terbiasa memiliki delapan belas bulan hingga dua tahun waktu landasan pacu dan meneruskan proyek tersebut. Pada Februari 1995, Disney membawa gagasan itu ke Toy Fair, sebuah pameran dagang industri mainan di New York. Media rumah Toy Story dirilis oleh Walt Disney Home Video di VHS dan LaserDisc pada 29 Oktober 1996, tanpa materi bonus.

Pada minggu pertama rilis ini, rental VHS berjumlah $ 5,1 juta, memulai debut Toy Story sebagai video No. 1 minggu ini. Lebih dari 21,5 juta kopi VHS terjual pada tahun pertama.

[10] Seperangkat box disc layar lebar LaserDisc 4-disk edisi mewah dirilis pada 18 Desember 1996. Pada 11 Januari 2000, film ini dirilis ulang pada VHS, tetapi kali ini sebagai video pertama yang menjadi bagian dari Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection dengan bonus film pendek Tin Toy. Rilis ini terjual dua juta kopi. [10] Penghasilan Box office Sebelum perilians film, produser eksekutif dan co-founder Apple Inc.

Steve Jobs menyatakan "Jika Toy Story adalah hit sederhana - katakan $ 75 juta di box office, kami akan [Pixar dan Disney] keduanya mencapai titik impas. Jika mendapat $ 100 juta, kita berdua akan menghasilkan uang. Tetapi jika itu adalah blockbuster nyata dan menghasilkan $ 200 juta atau lebih di box office, kita akan menghasilkan uang yang baik, dan Disney akan menghasilkan banyak uang. " Setelah dirilis pada 22 November 1995, Toy Story berhasil mendapat lebih dari $ 350 juta di seluruh dunia.

[11] Ketua Disney Michael Eisner menyatakan, "Saya tidak berpikir kedua belah pihak berpikir Toy Story akan berubah seperti yang terjadi. Teknologi ini brilian, casting terinspirasi, dan saya pikir ceritanya akan menyentuh keberanian. Percayalah, ketika kita pertama setuju untuk bekerja bersama, kami tidak pernah mengira film pertama mereka akan menjadi fitur liburan tahun 1995 kami, atau bahwa mereka bisa go public berdasarkan kekuatannya." [11] Respon kritik Toy Story menerima pujian kritis.

Pada Rotten Tomatoes, film ini memiliki peringkat persetujuan 100% berdasarkan 88 ulasan, dengan peringkat rata-rata 9,01 / 10. Konsensus kritis situs web tersebut berbunyi, "Menghibur karena inovatif, Toy Story menghidupkan kembali animasi sambil menyerukan kedatangan Pixar sebagai kekuatan ramah keluarga yang harus diperhitungkan." [12] Pada Metacritic, film ini memiliki skor 95 dari 100, berdasarkan akmal toy story wikipedia ulasan, yang menunjukkan "universal acclaim". [13] Audiensi yang disurvei oleh CinemaScore memberi nilai rata-rata film "A" pada skala A + ke F.

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Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA. Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18. • ^ "Waterman Gives 'Brave Little Toaster' a New Lease of Life (Exclusive)". TheWrap (dalam bahasa Inggris). 2012-09-12. Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18. • ^ a b c Entertainment Weekly (8 Desember 1995).

"Toy Wonder". Diakses tanggal 18 Akmal toy story wikipedia 2019. • ^ "The Lost Roles of Jim Carrey - Splitsider". web.archive.org. 2015-08-08. Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18. • ^ "The Lost Roles of Bill Murray - Splitsider". web.archive.org. 2015-05-20. Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18. • ^ "After 'Toy Story' Credits Roll, the Fun Comes Alive : Attractions: Disney serves up a multimedia extravaganza next door to the El Capitan". Los Angeles Times (dalam bahasa Inggris). 1995-11-21. Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18.

• ^ REYES, SONIA. "IT'S A 'TOY STORY' TOLD AT THE CASH REGISTER". nydailynews.com. Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18. • ^ a b "Video Business Online - 6/21/2000 - Bundle of Toy - CA620949". web.archive.org. 2006-10-19. Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18. • ^ a b "STEVE JOBS' AMAZING Akmal toy story wikipedia ADVENTURE DISNEY IS BETTING ON COMPUTERDOM'S EX-BOY WONDER TO DELIVER THIS YEAR'S ANIMATED CHRISTMAS BLOCKBUSTER.

CAN HE DO FOR HOLLYWOOD WHAT HE DID FOR SILICON VALLEY? - September 18, 1995". money.cnn.com. Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18. • ^ Toy Story (1995) (dalam bahasa Inggris)diakses tanggal 2019-11-18 • ^ Toy Storydiakses tanggal 2019-11-18 • ^ "Home".

Cinemascore (dalam bahasa Inggris). Diakses tanggal 2019-11-18. Pranala luar • Situs resmi Disney • Situs resmi Pixar • Toy Story di Metacritic • Toy Story di Rotten Tomatoes • Toy Story di Metacritic • Toy Story di Box Office Mojo • Toy Story (1995) • A Bug's Life (1998) • Akmal toy story wikipedia Story 2 (1999) • Monsters, Inc.

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Kid (voice) Kendall Cunningham . Kid (voice) Debi Derryberry . Aliens / Pizza Planet Announcer (voice) Cody Dorkin . Kid (voice) Bill Farmer . Monotone Announcer (voice) Craig Good . Mission Control (voice) Gregory Grudt . Kid (voice) Danielle Judovits .

Burned Rag Doll (voice) Sam Lasseter . Kid (voice) Brittany Levenbrown . Kid (voice) Sherry Lynn . Mom (voice) Scott McAfee . Kid (voice) Mickie McGowan . Sid's Mom (voice) Ryan O'Donohue . Kid (voice) Jeff Pidgeon . Aliens / Robot / Mr. Spell (voice) Patrick Pinney . Pizza Delivery Guy / Angry Driver #2 (voice) Phil Proctor .

Pizza Planet Announcer / Pizza Planet Guard (voice) Jan Rabson . Gas Station Attendant (voice) Joe Ranft . Lenny the Binoculars (voice) Andrew Stanton .

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art manager (as Terry Herrmann Mcqueen) Kelly O'Connell . set dresser Jeff Pidgeon . storyboard artist Ann M. Rockwell . set dresser Andrew Stanton . storyboard artist Brenda Chapman . storyboard artist (uncredited) Dave Gordon .

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additional modeler Grey Holland . additional modeler Oren Jacob . visual effects Steve Johnson . renderman software development Chris King . modeling & animation system development Tia W. Kratter . lead CGI painter Barbara T. Labounta .

lighting & rendering coordinator John Lasseter . modeling & animation system development Jim Lawson . renderman software development Sam Leffler . modeling & animation system development / renderman software development Michael Lorenzen . render wrangler M.W. Mantle . renderman software development Daniel McCoy .

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clean-up artist: animation Steve Segal . animator Doug Sheppeck . animator Alan Sperling . animator Andrew Stanton . character designer / story artist Doug Sweetland . animator David Tart . animator Triva von Klark . animation manager Ken Willard .

animator Maureen Wylie . animation coordinator (as Maureen E. Wylie) Bibo Bergeron . animator (uncredited) Randy Cartwright . animator (uncredited) Paul Chung . animator (uncredited) Marcelo Fernandes De Moura . animator (uncredited) Roberto Espanto Domingo . animator (uncredited) Lauren Faust . assistant animator (uncredited) Andrew L. Schmidt . additional animator (uncredited) Dick Zondag . animator (uncredited) Ralph Zondag .

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orchestrator Sandy DeCrescent . orchestra contractor (as Sandy De Crescent) Greg Dennen . music recording assistant James Flamberg . music editor (as Jim Flamberg) Tom Hardisty . music recording assistant The Hollywood Studio Symphony .

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production intern Onny P. Carr . systems operator Bill Carson . software engineer Kathleen Chanover . purchasing assistant (as Kathleen Handy) David H. Ching . computer systems manager Ryan Chisum . production intern William Cone . cg painter/designer / concept artwork Robin Cooper . cg painter Nancy Copeland . production office assistant Monica Corbin . marketing & promotions coordinator Ellen DeVine . production coordinator (as Ellen Devine) David DiFrancesco .

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Running time 81 minutes [1] Country United States Language English Budget $30 million [2] Box office $373 million [3] Toy Story is a 1995 American computer-animated comedy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures.

The first installment in the Toy Story franchise, it was the first entirely computer-animated feature film, as well as the first feature film from Pixar.

The film was directed by John Lasseter (in his feature directorial debut) and written by Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen, and Alec Sokolow from a story by Lasseter, Stanton, Pete Docter, and Joe Ranft. The film features music by Randy Newman, was produced by Bonnie Arnold and Ralph Guggenheim, and was executive-produced by Steve Jobs and Edwin Catmull.

The film features the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Jim Varney, Annie Potts, R. Lee Ermey, John Morris, Laurie Metcalf, and Erik von Detten.

Taking place in a world where toys come to life when humans are not present, the plot focuses on the relationship between an old-fashioned pull-string cowboy doll named Woody and a modern astronaut action figure, Buzz Lightyear, as they evolve from rivals competing for the affections of their owner, Andy Davis, to friends who work together to be reunited with Andy after being separated from him.

Following the success of their 1988 short film Tin Toy, Pixar was approached by Disney to produce a computer-animated feature film told from a small toy's perspective. Lasseter, Stanton, and Docter wrote early story treatments, which were rejected by Disney, who wanted the film's tone to be "edgier". After several disastrous story reels, production was halted and the script was rewritten to better reflect the tone and theme Pixar desired: "toys deeply want children to play with them, and .

this desire drives their hopes, fears, and actions". The studio, then consisting of a relatively small number of employees, produced the film under only minor financial constraints.

Toy Story premiered at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on November 19, 1995, and was released in theaters in North America on November 22, 1995. It was the highest-grossing film during its opening weekend, [2] eventually grossing over $373 million worldwide, making it the second highest-grossing film of 1995. The film received critical acclaim, and holds a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

It was praised for the technical innovation of the 3D animation, wit and thematic sophistication of the screenplay, musical score, and vocal performances (particularly Hanks and Allen); it is considered by many to be one of the best akmal toy story wikipedia films ever made.

[4] The film received three Academy Award nominations ( Best Original Screenplay (the first animated film to be nominated for this award), Best Original Song for " You've Got a Friend in Me", and Best Original Score) as well as winning a Special Achievement Academy Award.

[5] In 2005, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant", one of seven films designated in its first year of eligibility.

The success of Toy Story launched a multimedia franchise and a series of three sequels, starting with Toy Story 2 (1999). The film also had a theatrical 3-D re-release in 2009 as a part of a double feature with the second film. Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Voice cast • 3 Production • 3.1 Development • 3.2 Writing • 3.3 Casting • 3.4 Production shutdown • 3.5 Animation • 3.6 Music • 3.7 Editing and pre-release • 4 Release • 4.1 Marketing • 4.2 3-D re-release • 4.3 Home media • 5 Reception • 5.1 Box office • 5.2 Critical response • 5.3 Accolades • 6 Impact and legacy • 6.1 "To Infinity.

and Beyond!" • 6.2 Other influences • 7 Sequels • 8 See also • 9 References • 10 Bibliography • 11 External links Plot [ edit ] A group of living toys, who assume lifelessness around humans, are preparing to move into a new house with their owner Andy Davis, his sister Molly and their single mother. The toys become uneasy when Andy has his birthday party a week early; to calm them, Sheriff Woody, Andy's favorite toy and their leader, sends Sarge and his green army men to spy on the gift opening with a baby monitor.

The other toys (which include Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Dog, Rex the tyrannosaur, Akmal toy story wikipedia the piggy bank, and Bo Peep the porcelain doll) are relieved when Andy receives nothing that could replace them. Andy then receives a last-minute surprise gift from his mother– a Buzz Lightyear action figure who believes he is a real akmal toy story wikipedia ranger. Buzz impresses the other toys with his various features and becomes Andy's new favorite, making Woody jealous.

Two days before the move, Andy's family plans for a dinner at Pizza Planet, where Andy is allowed to bring along only one toy. To ensure Andy chooses him and not Buzz, Woody tries to use the radio-controlled car RC to knock Buzz behind the desk, but accidentally knocks him out a window instead. The other toys (except for Bo and Slinky) believe Woody deliberately tried to kill Buzz, but Andy arrives and takes Woody before they can exact revenge.

A vengeful Buzz stows away in the car, and confronts Woody when the car stops at a gas station on the way to Pizza Planet. The two fight, fall out of the car, and are left behind. After a further argument, the two hitch a ride on a Pizza Planet delivery truck and sneak into the restaurant. Buzz mistakenly believes a claw crane full of Little Green Men to be a true rocket, and Woody climbs in after him.

Andy's sadistic next-door neighbor Sid Phillips spots and captures the two, along with an alien, and takes them to his house, where they encounter his Bull Terrier Scud and his much-abused "mutant" toys made from parts of other toys he has destroyed. As Woody tries to find an escape route, Buzz is shocked by a TV commercial that reveals he is indeed a toy. In denial, he attempts to fly, but breaks his arm off and falls into despair. After Sid's toys fix Buzz, Sid returns and tapes Buzz to a rocket, but a thunderstorm forces him to delay the launch until the next morning.

Overnight, Woody helps Buzz realize that his purpose is making Andy happy, restoring Buzz's resolve. Sid takes Buzz out to launch him, but Woody rallies the mutant toys to frighten Sid into never harming toys again, freeing him and Buzz.

Woody and Buzz pursue Andy's moving truck, but Scud sees them and gives chase, biting Woody. Buzz fights off Scud, while Woody, freed, climbs into the truck and pushes RC out, using him to distract Scud and rescue Buzz.

The other toys, thinking Woody is now trying to get rid of RC, toss Woody back into the street. Having escaped Scud, Buzz and Woody pursue the truck on RC, and the other toys spot them coming and realize their error. During the chase, RC's batteries run out, forcing Woody to ignite the rocket still strapped to Buzz. As they launch towards the truck, they become airborne, and Woody drops RC into the truck. Buzz opens his wings to sever the tape just before the rocket explodes; he and Woody glide over the truck and fall through the sunroof akmal toy story wikipedia Andy's car, landing safely beside Andy.

At Christmas, in the new house, Sarge and his men spy on the gift opening again while the other toys wait. Mr. Potato Head is delighted when Molly gets a Mrs. Potato Head, and Woody and Buzz jokingly ponder what gift could be "worse" than Buzz, only to nervously smile at each other when Andy gets a dachshund puppy. Voice cast [ edit ] See also: List of Toy Story characters • Tom Hanks as Woody, a pull-string cowboy doll who is Andy's favorite toy.

• Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear, a space ranger action figure and Woody's rival, who later becomes his best friend. • Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head, a cynical potato-shaped doll with put-together pieces on his body.

• Jim Varney as Slinky Dog, a dachshund slinky toy. • Wallace Shawn as Rex, a cowardly green Tyrannosaurus figurine. • John Ratzenberger as Hamm, a smart-talking piggy bank.

• Annie Potts as Bo Peep, a porcelain shepherdess doll and Woody's love interest. • John Morris as Andy Davis, the toys' owner. • Erik von Detten as Sid Phillips, Andy's next-door neighbor, who destroys toys for fun. • Laurie Metcalf as Mrs. Davis, Andy and Molly's single mother. • R. Lee Ermey as Sergeant, the leader of a large troop of plastic green army men. • Sarah Freeman as Hannah Phillips, Sid's younger sister. • Penn Jillette as the Buzz Akmal toy story wikipedia TV commercial announcer.

Production [ edit ] Development [ edit ] John Lasseter's first experience with computer animation was during his work as an animator at Walt Disney Feature Animation, when two of his friends showed him the light-cycle scene from Tron. It was an eye-opening experience that awakened Lasseter to the possibilities offered by the new medium of computer-generated animation.

[6] Lasseter tried to pitch The Brave Little Toaster as a fully computer-animated film to Disney, but the idea was rejected and Lasseter was fired. [7] He then went on to work at Lucasfilm and in 1986, he became a founding member of Pixar. In 1986, Pixar was purchased by entrepreneur and Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs. [8] At Pixar, Lasseter created short, computer-animated films to show off the Pixar Image Computer's capabilities.

In 1988, Lasseter produced the short film Tin Toy told from the perspective of a toy, referencing Lasseter's love of classic toys. It won the 1989 Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film, the first computer-generated film to do so.

[9] Tin Toy gained Disney's attention, and the new team at The Walt Disney Company, CEO Michael Eisner and chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg in the film division, sought to get Lasseter to come back. [9] Lasseter, grateful for Jobs' faith in him, felt compelled to stay with Pixar, telling co-founder Ed Catmull, "I can go to Disney and be a director, or I can stay here and make history." [9] Katzenberg realized he could not lure Lasseter back to Disney and therefore set plans into motion to ink a production deal with Pixar to produce a film.

[9] Disney had always made all their movies in-house and refused to change this. But when Tim Burton, who used to work at Disney, wanted to buy back the rights to The Nightmare Before Christmas, Disney struck a deal allowing him to make it as a Disney film outside the studio. This allowed Pixar to make their movies outside Disney.

[10] Both sides were willing. Catmull and fellow Pixar co-founder Alvy Ray Smith had long wanted to produce a computer-animated feature, but only by the early 1990s were the computers cheap and powerful enough to make this possible. [11] [12] In addition, Disney akmal toy story wikipedia licensed Pixar's Computer Animation Production System (CAPS), and that made it the largest customer for Pixar's computers. [13] Jobs made it apparent to Katzenberg that although Disney was happy with Pixar, it was not the other way around: "We want to do a film with you," said Jobs.

"That would make us happy." [13] Catmull, Smith, and head of animation Ralph Guggenheim met with Walt Disney Feature Animation president Peter Schneider in the summer of 1990 to discuss making a feature film, but they found the atmosphere to be puzzling and contentious. They later learned that while Katzenberg was pushing the idea of working with Pixar, Schneider didn't want to bring in a non-Disney animation studio.

Katzenberg arranged to meet directly with the Pixar contingent, this time including Lasseter and Jobs. The Pixar team proposed a Christmas television special, A Tin Toy Christmas, as a first step, but Katzenberg countered that as long as they were gearing up to transition from 30-second commercials to a half-hour special, they might as well go all the way and make a feature-length film.

[14] Katzenberg also made it clear that he was only working with Pixar to get access to Lasseter's talents [13] [14] and that the Pixar team would be signing up to work with a self-described "tyrant" and micro-manager, [13] [14] but invited them to talk with Disney's animators and get their opinions on working under him.

Lasseter was impressed with what he heard, and the two companies began negotiations, [15] although they disagreed on key points including whether Disney would get the rights to Pixar's animation technology [15] or whether Pixar would retain partial ownership of the films, characters, and home video and sequel rights.

[13] As Pixar was nearing bankruptcy and desperate for funds, [13] they settled on a deal that would allow Disney to have complete ownership and control akmal toy story wikipedia the films and characters, including the rights to make sequels without Pixar's involvement, while Pixar would get approximately 12.5% of ticket sales. [16] [17] These early negotiations became a point of contention between Jobs and Eisner for many years.

[13] An agreement to produce a feature film based on Tin Toy with a working title of Toy Story was finalized, and production began soon thereafter.

[18] Writing [ edit ] Originally, the movie was going to star "Tinny", the wind-up one-man band toy from the Tin Toy short, along with "the dummy", a ventriloquist's dummy. While the premise of the film was still about toys' desire to be played with by children, the rest of the script, which involved Tinny being left behind at a gas station, meeting up with the dummy, and having a series of adventures before finding their way into a kindergarten classroom where they can be played with every day, was quite different.

[19] Katzenberg was unhappy with the treatment drafted by Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, and Pete Docter, as the two character's motivations were akmal toy story wikipedia similar.

Instead, he encouraged them to write it as a buddy film, giving the two main characters contrasting personalities, and having them only become friends after being forced to work together.

[20] [21] Lasseter, Stanton, and Doctor delivered a revised treatment in September 1991 that more closely resembles the final film: Tinny replaces the ventriloquist akmal toy story wikipedia as a child's favorite toy, their bickering causes them to be left behind at a gas station, they almost catch up to the family at a pizza restaurant, they have to escape a kid that mutilates toys, and the movie ends with a chase scene as the two toys try to catch up to the family's moving van.

[20] The script went through many changes before the final version. Lasseter decided Tinny was "too antiquated"; the character was first changed to a military action figure and then given a space theme. Tinny's name changed to Lunar Larry, then Tempus from Morph, and eventually Buzz Lightyear (after astronaut Buzz Aldrin). [22] Lightyear's design was modeled on the suits worn by Apollo astronauts as well as G.I. Joe action figures.

Also, the green and purple color scheme on Lightyear's suit was inspired by Lasseter and his wife, Nancy, whose favorite colors are green and purple, respectively. [23] [24] Woody was inspired by a Casper the Friendly Ghost doll that Lasseter had when he was a child; he was a ventriloquist's dummy with akmal toy story wikipedia pull-string (hence the name Woody). This was until character designer Bud Luckey suggested that Woody could be changed to a cowboy ventriloquist dummy.

Lasseter liked the contrast between the Western and the science fiction genres and the character immediately changed. Eventually, all the ventriloquist dummy aspects of the character were deleted as the dummy looked "sneaky and mean". [25] However they kept the name Woody to pay homage to the Western actor Woody Strode.

[22] The story department drew inspiration from films such as Midnight Run and The Odd Couple, [26] and Lasseter screened Hayao Miyazaki's Castle in the Sky for further influence. Since Toy Story's script writers had little experience with feature films, they attended a seminar given by screenwriter Robert McKee.

[25] They were inspired by his guidance, based on Aristotle's Poetics, that the main character in a story should be defined by how they react to the obstacles they face, and that it is those obstacles that make characters interesting. [27] Disney also appointed the duo Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow and, later, Joss Whedon to help develop the script.

Whedon thought the while script didn't work, it had "a great structure". He added the character of Rex and sought a pivotal role for a Barbie doll; the latter transformed into Bo Peep as Mattel would not license the character. [28] Whedon also re-visioned Buzz Lightyear from being a dim-witted but cheerful and self-aware character to an action figure who isn't aware that he's a toy—an epiphany that transformed the film.

[29] A brainstorming session with members of Disney Animation's creative team resulted in the addition of the three-eyed squeaky akmal toy story wikipedia aliens. [30] Casting [ edit ] Katzenberg approved the script on January 19, 1993, at which point voice casting began. [31] Paul Newman, who subsequently accepted the role of Doc Hudson in another Pixar film, Cars, was considered for the role of Woody. [32] Robin Williams and Clint Eastwood akmal toy story wikipedia also considered for the role.

[33] Lasseter always wanted Tom Hanks to play the character of Woody. Lasseter claimed that Hanks "has the ability to take emotions and make them appealing. Even if the character, like the one in A League of Their Own, is down-and-out and despicable." [31] To gauge how an actor's voice might fit with a character, Lasseter borrowed a common Disney technique: animate a vocal monologue from a well-established actor to meld the actor's voice with the appearance or actions of the animated character.

[28] This early test footage, using Hanks' voice from Turner & Hooch, convinced Hanks to sign on to the film. [31] [34] Billy Crystal was approached to play Buzz, and was given his own monolog, utilizing dialogue from When Harry Met Sally. However, he turned down the role, believing the film would be unsuccessful due to its animation. Crystal regretted this upon seeing the film; he subsequently accepted the role of Mike Wazowski in another Pixar film, Monsters, Inc.

In addition to Crystal, Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and Jim Carrey, along with a number of other actors, including Jason Alexander, Dan Aykroyd, Matthew Broderick, Kevin Costner, Michael J. Fox, Richard Gere, David Hasselhoff, Michael Keaton, Wayne Knight, Bill Paxton, Dennis Quaid, Kurt Russell, Adam Sandler and John Travolta, were also considered for the role of Buzz.

akmal toy story wikipedia [36] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41] Lasseter took the role to Tim Allen, who was appearing in Disney's Home Improvement, and he accepted. [42] Crystal later stated in an interview that he would not have been right as Buzz, and that Allen was "fantastic" in the role. [43] [44] Before Wallace Shawn and Jim Varney were cast as Rex and Slinky Dog, Rick Moranis and John Cleese were originally considered for the roles.

[33] To cast Andy, Pixar held an open call for young male actors to bring a toy with them. Morris brought multiple toys, specifically 45 X-Men figures, contrary to the instructions of bringing just one, and Pixar re-acted to his dumping of the toys with laughter.

[45] Toy Story was both Hanks's and Allen's first animated film, and they recorded their lines together to make their characters' chemistry and interactions realistic.

[46] Production shutdown [ edit ] Every couple of weeks, Lasseter and his team showed Disney their latest storyboards or footage. Disney was imprssed by Pixar's technical innovation, but less-so of the plot.

Katzenberg discarded most of Pixar's script ideas, giving his own extensive notes. Katzenberg wanted primarily to add "more edginess" to the two main characters. [21] Disney wanted the film to appeal to both children and adults, and they asked for adult references to be added to the film. [31] The characters ended up being stripped of their charm, [21] [42] with Hanks, while recording Woody's dialogue for the story reels, complaining that the character had been made into a "real jerk".

[21] Pixar screened the first half of the film for Disney executives on November 19, 1993—an event they later dubbed the "Black Friday Incident".

[31] [47] The results were disastrous, and Disney's head of feature animation, Peter Schneider, halted production. [48] Katzenberg asked colleague Thomas Schumacher why the reels were bad, to which Schumacher answered, "Because it's not their movie anymore; it's completely not the movie that John set out to make." [47] Lasseter was embarrassed by the current state of the film, later recalling, "It was a story filled with the most unhappy, mean characters that I've ever seen." Katzenberg allowed him to take the script back to Pixar for rewrites, [47] and the production crew shifted to television commercials while the head writers worked out a new script, being funded personally by Jobs until Disney resumed production.

[47] Although Lasseter attempted to keep morale high by remaining outwardly buoyant, the production shutdown was "a very scary time", recalled story department manager BZ Petroff. [49] Schneider appealed directly to Eisner to cancel the project altogether. [50] [20] Stanton and the other story artists worked to quickly produce new script pages, with help from consultants such as Whedon, and the revisions were completed in two weeks as promised.

[49] Pixar's script rewrites took three months, and saw Woody transformed from a tyrant to a wise leader. It also included a more adult-oriented staff meeting amongst the toys rather than the juvenile group discussion that had existed in earlier drafts. Buzz Lightyear's character was also changed "to make it more clear to the audience that he really doesn't realize he's a toy".

[50] Katzenberg and Schneider resumed production with the new script by February 1994, [47] and the voice actors returned one month later to record their new lines.

[31] The crew grew from 24 people to 110, and now included 27 animators and 22 technical directors. [51] [52] In comparison, The Lion King, released in 1994, required a budget of $45 million and a staff of 800. [51] In the early budgeting process, Jobs was eager to produce the film as efficiently as possible, impressing Katzenberg with his focus on cost-cutting.

However, the $17 million production budget was no longer going to be sufficient, and Jobs demanded more akmal toy story wikipedia from Disney to compensate them for the time lost in rewrites based on Katzenberg's notes. Catmull was able to reach a compromise on a new budget, but the incident led Jobs to rethink their deal with Disney.

[47] Animation [ edit ] We couldn't have made this movie in traditional animation. This is a story that can only really be told with three-dimensional toy characters. . Some of akmal toy story wikipedia shots in this film are so beautiful.

—Tom Schumacher, Vice President of Walt Disney Feature Animation [53] Recruiting animators for Toy Story was brisk; the magnet for talent was not mediocre pay but the allure of taking part in the first computer-animated feature. [52] Lasseter said of the challenges of computer animation, "We had to make things look more organic.

Every leaf and blade of grass had to be created. We had to give the world a sense of history. So the doors are banged up, the floors have scuffs." [31] The film began with animated storyboards to guide the animators in developing the characters. 27 animators worked on the film, using 400 computer models to animate the characters.

Each character was first either created out of clay or modeled from a computer-drawn diagram before reaching the computer-animated design.

[54] Once the animators had a model, its articulation and motion controls were coded; this allowed each character to move in a variety of ways, such as talking, walking, or jumping. [54] Out of all the characters, Woody was the most complex, as he required 723 motion controls, including 212 for his face and 58 for his mouth.

[31] [55] The first piece of animation, a 30-second test, was delivered to Disney akmal toy story wikipedia June 1992, when the company requested a sample of what the film would look like. Lasseter wanted to impress Disney with several things in the test that could not be done in traditional, hand-drawn animation, such as Woody's yellow plaid shirt with red stripes, the reflections in Buzz's helmet and the decals on his spacesuit, or Venetian blind shadows falling across Andy's room.

[25] There were 8 teams responsible for different aspects of every shot. The art department was responsible for determining the overall color and lighting scheme. [56] The layout department was responsible for determining the position of all elements of the shot, as well as programming the virtual camera's position and movements.

[56] The animation department created the movements of the characters, generally with one animator being assigned to animate an entire shot, but occasionally with each character having its own animator. [56] The shading team used Pixar's RenderMan software to assign surface textures and reflectivity properties to objects. [57] The lighting team placed global, spot, and flood lighting within the scenes.

[57] The "Render Farm" used Sun Microsystems computers, running around the clock, to produce the final frames of the film. [30] The camera team recorded the finished frames, which had been rendered at a resolution of 1536 by 922, onto film stock. [30] Finally, Skywalker Sound mixed sound effects, the musical score, and the dialogue to create the audio for the film. [55] In order to make the movie feel as realistic as possible, the layout department, led by Craig Good, avoided the sweeping camera shots popular in computer animation at the time, and instead focused on emulating what would've been possible had the movie been shot in live-action with real film cameras.

[56] The animation department, led by Rich Quade and Ash Brannon, used Pixar's Menv software to hand pose the characters at key frames based on videotape of the actors recording their lines, and let the software do the inbetweening. [58] To sync the characters' mouths and facial expressions to the actors' recorded voices, animators spent a week per eight seconds of animation, as Lasseter felt that automatic lip syncing couldn't properly convey a character's emotions.

[54] [58] The shading team, led by Tom Porter, used scans of real objects, as well as textures drawn by artists and created with procedural generation algorithms, to "dress" the objects in the film. [57] The film required 800,000 machine hours and 114,240 frames of animation in total, divided between 1,561 shots that totaled over 77 minutes. [31] [54] [59] [56] Pixar was able to render less than 30 seconds of the film per day. [60] Music [ edit ] Main article: Toy Story (soundtrack) Lasseter did not want to make the film into a musical, as he felt that it would make the film feel less genuine.

Whedon later agreed, saying "It would have been a really bad musical because it's a buddy movie. It's about people who won't admit what they want, much less sing about it. . Buddy movies are about sublimating, punching an arm, 'I hate you.' It's not about open emotion." [31] However, Disney preferred to make it a musical, as they had had much success with incorporating Broadway-style musical numbers into their animated film, and encouraged Pixar to do the same.

[31] As a compromise, although the characters would not sing, the movie would feature non-diegetic songs as background music. [28] Randy Newman was hired, and composed three original songs for the film.

The film's signature song " You've Got a Friend in Me", was written in one day. [31] On Newman, Lasseter said, "His songs are touching, witty, and satirical, and he would deliver the emotional underpinning for every scene." [31] Newman wrote The soundtrack for Toy Story was produced by Walt Disney Records and was released on November 22, 1995, the week of the film's release. [61] Editing and pre-release [ edit ] Editors, including Lee Unkrich, worked on the film up until the September 1995 deadline to deliver a final cut for scoring and sound design.

[61] According to Unkrich, a scene removed from the original final edit featured Sid torturing Buzz and Woody violently at his house; Unkrich decided to cut right into the scene where Sid is interrogating Woody because the film's creators thought the audience would love Buzz and Woody by that point. [62] Another scene, in which Woody tried to get Buzz's attention when he was stuck in the box crate, was shortened because the creators felt it would lose the energy of the film.

[62] A test screening in July 1995 received encouraging responses from the audience, but akmal toy story wikipedia film was not rated as highly as had been hoped, leading to another last-minute round of edits. [61] Eisner, who attended the screening, suggested that the final shot of the film should be of both Woody and Buzz, leading to the film's final shot of the two worried about the arrival of Andy's new puppy.

[61] Crew members had difficulty analysing the film's quality due to footage being in scattered pieces. [60] Some animators felt the film would be a significant disappointment commercially but felt animators and animation fans would find it interesting. [60] Schneider had grown optimistic about the film as it neared completion, and he announced a United States release date of November, coinciding with Thanksgiving weekend and the start of the winter holiday season.

[63] Sources indicate that Jobs lacked confidence in the film during its production, and had been exploring the possibility of selling Pixar to companies such as Hallmark Cards and Microsoft. [47] [63] However, as the film progressed, Jobs, like Schneider, became increasingly passionate about the film and the transformative nature of what Pixar might be able to accomplish. Eager for Pixar to have the funds necessary to negotiate with Disney as an equal partner, and optimistic about the impact the finished film would have, Jobs decided that he would schedule an initial public offering (IPO) of Pixar just a week after the film's November release.

[47] Release [ edit ] The El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles, where Toy Story 's premiere took place on November 19, 1995. Both Disney and Pixar held separate premiers for Toy Story, with Disney holding theirs at their flagship El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles on November 19, 1995, and Pixar holding theirs the following night at the Regency Center in San Francisco. According to David Price's 2008 book The Pixar Touch, the film deeply resonated with audiences, with even the adults being noticeably moved by the film.

[64] The theatrical release of the film was preceded by either the Roger Rabbit short Roller Coaster Rabbit or the early Pixar short The Adventures of André and Wally B. In addition to showing at the El Capitan, where tickets included admission to the Totally Toy Story funhouse that Disney had built in the Hollywood Masonic Temple next door, [65] the film opened on 2,281 screens on the 22nd and later expanded to 2,574.

[64] The film was also shown at the Berlin International Film Festival out of competition from February 15 to 26, 1996. [66] [67] Elsewhere, the film opened in March 1996. [63] Marketing [ edit ] Marketing for the film included $20 million spent by Disney for advertising as well as advertisers such as Burger King, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, and Payless ShoeSource paying $125 million in promotions for the film. [68] Marketing consultant Al Ries reflected on the promotion: "This will be a killer deal.

How can a kid, sitting through a one-and-a-half-hour movie with an army of recognizable toy characters, not want to own one?" [69] Despite this, Disney Consumer Products was slow to see the potential of Akmal toy story wikipedia Story. [63] When the Thanksgiving release date was announced in January 1995, many toy companies were accustomed to having eighteen months to two years of lead time and passed on the project. Disney shopped the film at the Toy Fair trade show in February 1995, where only the small Canadian company Thinkway Toys, was interested in licensing the toy rights for the Toy Story characters.

[70] Disney promoted the film by inserting its trailer into the home-video re-release of Cinderella, showing a behind-the-scenes documentary on the Disney Channel, and incorporating the characters into a parade at the Disney-MGM Studios theme park in Florida.

[61] It was screenwriter Joss Whedon's idea to incorporate Barbie as a character who could rescue Woody and Buzz in the film's final act.

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{INSERTKEYS} [71] The idea was dropped after Mattel objected and refused to license the toy. Producer Ralph Guggenheim claimed that Mattel did not allow the use of the toy as "They [Mattel] philosophically felt girls who play with Barbie dolls are projecting their personalities onto the doll. If you give the doll a voice and animate it, you're creating a persona for it that might not be every little girl's dream and desire." [31] Hasbro likewise refused to license G.I.

Joe (mainly because Sid was going to blow one up, prompting the filmmakers to instead use a fictional toy, Combat Carl), but they did license Mr. Potato Head. [31] The only toy in the movie that was not in production was Slinky Dog, which had been discontinued since the 1970s.

When designs for Slinky were sent to Betty James ( Richard James's wife) she said that Pixar had improved the toy and that it was "cuter" than the original. [72] 3-D re-release [ edit ] On October 2, 2009, the film was re-released in Disney Digital 3-D. [73] The film was also released with Toy Story 2 as a double feature for a two-week run [74] which was extended due to its success.

[75] In addition, the film's second sequel, Toy Story 3, was also released in the 3-D format. [73] Lasseter commented on the new 3-D re-release: The Toy Story films and characters will always hold a very special place in our hearts and we're so excited to be bringing this landmark film back for audiences to enjoy in a whole new way thanks to the latest in 3-D technology.

With Toy Story 3 shaping up to be another great adventure for Buzz, Woody, and the gang from Andy's room, we thought it would be great to let audiences experience the first two films all over again and in a brand new way. [76] Translating the film into 3-D involved revisiting the original computer data and virtually placing a second camera into each scene, creating left eye and right eye views needed to achieve the perception of depth. [77] Unique to computer animation, Lasseter referred to this process as "digital archaeology".

[77] The process took four months, as well as an additional six months for the two films to add the 3-D. The lead stereographer Bob Whitehill oversaw this process and sought to achieve an effect that affected the emotional storytelling of the film: When I would look at the films as a whole, I would search for story reasons to use 3-D in different ways.

In Toy Story, for instance, when the toys were alone in their world, I wanted it to feel consistent with a safer world. And when they went out to the human world, that's when I really blew out the 3-D to make it feel dangerous and deep and overwhelming. [77] Unlike other countries, the United Kingdom received the films in 3-D as separate releases.

Toy Story was released on October 2, 2009. Toy Story 2 was instead released January 22, 2010. [78] The re-release performed well at the box office, opening with $12,500,000 in its opening weekend, placing at the third position after Zombieland and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. [79] The double feature grossed $30.7 million in its five-week release. [79] Home media [ edit ] Toy Story was released by Walt Disney Home Video on VHS and LaserDisc on October 29, 1996, with no bonus material.

Within the first few weeks of this release, VHS rentals and sales totaled $5.1 million, ranking Toy Story as the No. 1 video, beating out Twister. [80] [81] Over 21.5 million VHS copies were sold during the first year.

[82] A deluxe edition widescreen LaserDisc 4-disc box set was released on December 18, 1996. This THX certified LaserDisc release features bonus material, such as the history and development of characters, storyboards and story reels, abandoned concepts and characters, outtakes, deleted animation and trailers.

[83] On January 11, 2000, the film was re-released on VHS, but this time as the first video to be part of the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection with the bonus short film Tin Toy. This release sold two million copies. [82] The film was released for the first time on DVD on October 17, 2000, in a two-pack with its first sequel Toy Story 2.

The same day, a 3-disc "Ultimate Toy Box" set was released, featuring Toy Story, Toy Story 2, and the third disc of bonus materials. [82] The twin-pack release was later released individually on March 20, 2001. The DVD two-pack, the Ultimate Toy Box set, the Gold Classic Collection VHS and DVD, and the original DVD were all put in the Disney Vault on May 1, 2003.

On September 6, 2005, a 2-disc "10th Anniversary Edition" was released featuring much of the bonus material from the "Ultimate Toy Box", including a retrospective special with John Lasseter and a brand new DTS sound mix. [84] This DVD went back in the Disney Vault on January 31, 2009, along with Toy Story 2. The 10th Anniversary release was the last version of Toy Story to be released before being taken out of the Disney Vault lineup along with Toy Story 2.

Also on September 6, 2005, a UMD of Toy Story featuring some deleted scenes, a filmmakers' reflect, and a new "Legacy of Toy Story" was released for Sony PlayStation Portable. The film was available for the first time on Blu-ray in a Special Edition Combo Pack that included two discs, the Blu-ray, and the DVD versions of the film. This combo-edition was released by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on March 23, 2010, along with its sequel. [85] There was a DVD-only re-release on May 11, 2010.

[86] Another "Ultimate Toy Box", packaging the Combo Pack with those of both sequels, became available on November 2, 2010. On November 1, 2011, the first three Toy Story films were re-released all together, each as a DVD/Blu-ray/Blu-ray 3D/Digital Copy combo pack (four discs each for the first two films, and five for the third film). They were also released on Blu-ray 3D in a complete trilogy box set.

Toy Story was released on 4K ULTRA HD Blu-ray on June 4, 2019. [87] Reception [ edit ] Yes, we worry about what the critics say. Yes, we worry about what the opening box office is going to be. Yes, we worry about what the final box office is going to be. But really, the whole point of why we do what we do is to entertain our audiences. The greatest joy I get as a filmmaker is to slip into an audience for one of our movies anonymously and watch people watch our film. Because people are 100 percent honest when they're watching a movie.

And to see the joy on people's faces, to see people really get into our films... to me is the greatest reward I could get. —John Lasseter, reflecting on the impact of the film [88] Box office [ edit ] Before the film's release, executive producer and Apple Inc.

co-founder Steve Jobs stated "If Toy Story is a modest hit—say $75 million at the box office, we'll [Pixar and Disney] both break even. If it gets $100 million, we'll both make money. But if it's a real blockbuster and earns $200 million or so at the box office, we'll make good money, and Disney will make a lot of money." Upon its release on November 22, 1995, Toy Story managed to gross more than $350 million worldwide.

[59] Disney chairman Michael Eisner stated "I don't think either side thought Toy Story would turn out as well as it has. The technology is brilliant, the casting is inspired, and I think the story will touch a nerve. Believe me, when we first agreed to work together, we never thought their first movie would be our 1995 holiday feature, or that they could go public on the strength of it." [59] The film's first five days of domestic release (on Thanksgiving weekend) earned it $39.1 million.

[89] Moreover, Toy Story earned a total of $158.6 million from ticket sales combined with the five-day Wednesday opening. [90] It would go on to hold this record until Independence Day took it the next year. [91] The film placed first in the weekend's box office with $29.1 million [3] and maintained the number-one position at the domestic box office for the next two weekends.

Toy Story went on to become the highest-grossing domestic film of 1995, beating Batman Forever, Apollo 13 (also starring Tom Hanks), Pocahontas, Casper, Waterworld, and GoldenEye.

[92] At the time of its release, it was the third-highest-grossing animated film of all time, after The Lion King (1994) and Aladdin (1992). [17] Toy Story became the second-highest-grossing film of 1995, just $3 million behind Die Hard with a Vengeance. [93] When not considering inflation, Toy Story is number 96 on the list of the highest-grossing domestic films of all time.

[94] The film had gross receipts of $192.5 million in the U.S. and Canada and $181.8 million in international markets from its original 1995 release and two re-releases for a total of $374.4 million worldwide.

[3] At the time of its release, the film ranked as the 17th-highest-grossing film (unadjusted) domestically and the 21st-highest-grossing film worldwide. Critical response [ edit ] Toy Story has an approval rating of 100% based on 92 professional reviews on the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, with an average rating of 9/10.

Its critical consensus reads, "Entertaining as it is innovative, Toy Story reinvigorated animation while heralding the arrival of Pixar as a family-friendly force to be reckoned with." [95] Metacritic (which uses a weighted average) assigned Toy Story a score of 95 out of 100 based on 26 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".

[96] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale. [97] Particular praise was offered for the film's 3D animation. Leonard Klady of Variety commended its "razzle-dazzle technique and unusual look" and said that "the camera loops and zooms in a dizzying fashion that fairly takes one's breath away." [98] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times compared the animation to Disney's Who Framed Roger Rabbit, saying that "both movies take apart the universe of cinematic visuals and put it back together again, allowing us to see in a new way." [99] Due to the film's creative animation, Richard Corliss of TIME claimed that it was "the year's most inventive comedy".

[100] The voice cast was also praised by various critics. Susan Wloszczyna of USA Today approved of the selection of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen for the lead roles. [101] Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times stated that "Starting with Tom Hanks, who brings an invaluable heft and believability to Woody, Toy Story is one of the best voiced animated features in memory, with all the actors ...

making their presences strongly felt." [102] Several critics also recognized the film's ability to appeal to various age groups. [99] [103] Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly wrote "It has the purity, the ecstatic freedom of imagination, that's the hallmark of the greatest children's films.

It also has the kind of spring-loaded allusive prankishness that, at times, will tickle adults even more than it does kids." [104] In 1995, Toy Story was ranked eighth in TIME 's list of the "Best 10 films of 1995". [105] In 2011, TIME named it one of the "25 All-TIME Best Animated Films". [106] It also ranks at number 99 in Empire magazine's list of the "500 Greatest Films of All Time" and as the "highest-ranked animated movie". [107] In 2003, the Online Film Critics Society ranked the film as the greatest animated film of all time.

[108] In 2007, the Visual Effects Society named the film 22nd in its list of the "Top 50 Most Influential Visual Effects Films of All Time".

[109] The film is ranked 99th on the AFI's list of the "100 greatest American Films of All-Time". [110] [111] [112] It was one of the only two animated films on that list, the other being Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). It was also the sixth best in the animation genre on AFI's 10 Top 10. In more recent years, director Terry Gilliam has praised the film as "a work of genius. It got people to understand what toys are about.

They're true to their own character. And that's just brilliant. It's got a shot that's always stuck with me when Buzz Lightyear discovers he's a toy. He's sitting on this landing at the top of the staircase and the camera pulls back and he's this tiny little figure.

He was this guy with a massive ego two seconds before... and it's stunning. I'd put that as one of my top ten films, period." [113] Accolades [ edit ] Lasseter with the Special Achievement Oscar The film won and was nominated for various other awards including a Kids' Choice Award, MTV Movie Award, and a British Academy Film Award, among others.

John Lasseter received a Special Achievement Academy Award in 1996 "for the development and inspired application of techniques that have made possible the first feature-length computer-animated film". [114] [115] Additionally, the film was nominated for three Academy Awards, two to Randy Newman for Best Music—Original Song, for " You've Got a Friend in Me", and Best Music—Original Musical or Comedy Score. [116] It was also nominated for Best Original Screenplay for the work by Joel Cohen, Pete Docter, John Lasseter, Joe Ranft, Alec Sokolow, Andrew Stanton and Joss Whedon, making it the first animated film to be nominated for an Academy Award writing category.

[116] Toy Story won eight Annie Awards, including Best Animated Feature. Animator Pete Docter, director John Lasseter, musician Randy Newman, producers Bonnie Arnold and Ralph Guggenheim, production designer Ralph Eggleston, and writers Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow, Andrew Stanton, and Joss Whedon all won awards for Best Individual Achievement in their respective fields for their work on the film. The film also won Best Individual Achievement in technical achievement.

[117] Toy Story was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards, one for Best Motion Picture—Comedy or Musical, and one for Best Original Song—Motion Picture for Newman's "You've Got a Friend in Me".

[118] At both the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards and the Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards, the film won "Best Animated Film". [119] [120] Toy Story is also among the top ten in the BFI list of the 50 films you should see by the age of 14, [121] and the highest-placed (at No. 99) animated film in Empire magazine 's list of "500 Greatest Movies of All Time". [122] In 2005, Toy Story, along with Toy Story 2 was voted the 4th greatest cartoon in Channel 4's 100 Greatest Cartoons poll, behind The Simpsons, Tom and Jerry, and South Park.

[123] Impact and legacy [ edit ] Toy Story had a large impact on the film industry with its innovative computer animation. After the film's debut, various industries were interested in the technology used for the film.

Graphics chip makers desired to compute imagery similar to the film's animation for personal computers; game developers wanted to learn how to replicate the animation for video games; and robotics researchers were interested in building artificial intelligence into their machines that compared to the film's lifelike characters. [124] Various authors have also compared the film to an interpretation of Don Quixote as well as humanism.

[125] [126] In addition, Toy Story left an impact with its catchphrase "To Infinity and Beyond", sequels, and software, among others.

In 2005, Toy Story was selected by the United States Library of Congress to be preserved in the National Film Registry for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". [127] [128] "To Infinity... and Beyond!" [ edit ] Buzz Lightyear's line "To Infinity...

and Beyond!" has been used not only on themed merchandise, but among philosophers and mathematical theorists as well. [129] [130] [131] In 2008, during STS-124 astronauts took an action figure of Buzz Lightyear into space on Space Shuttle Discovery as part of an educational experience for students while stressing the catchphrase. The action figure was used for experiments in zero-g. [132] It was reported in 2008 that a father and son had continually repeated the phrase to help them keep track of each other while treading water for 15 hours in the Atlantic Ocean.

[133] The phrase occurs in the lyrics of Beyoncé's 2008 song " Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)", during the bridge. [134] In 2012, the late Capital STEEZ released a song titled "Infinity and Beyond" in reference to the phrase as part of his AmeriKKKan Korruption mixtape.

[135] Disney has also recycled the phrase in homage to Toy Story at least twice. In the " blooper reel" shown during the credits of A Bug's Life, Dave Foley says the line while in character as Flik, and Tim Allen himself repeated his famous line in The Shaggy Dog, in a scene when the titular character jumps off a bridge onto a moving vehicle.

[136] Other influences [ edit ] Toy Story 's cast of characters forms the basis for the naming of the releases of the Debian computer operating system, from Debian 1.1 Buzz, the first release with a codename, in 1996, to Debian 11 Bullseye, the most-recently announced future release. [137] [138] In 2013, Pixar designed a "Gromit Lightyear" sculpture based on the Aardman Animations character Gromit for Gromit Unleashed which sold for £65,000.

[139] Sequels [ edit ] Main article: Toy Story 2 The sequel, titled Toy Story 2, was released on November 24, 1999. In the story, Woody is stolen by a toy collector, leading Buzz and his friends to launch a rescue mission.

Initially, Toy Story 2 was going to be a direct-to-video release, with development beginning in 1996. [140] However, after the cast from Toy Story returned and the story was considered to be better than that of a direct-to-video release, it was announced in 1998 that the sequel would see a theatrical release.

[141] Main article: Toy Story 4 Toy Story 4 was released on June 21, 2019, [142] with most of the main cast returning for the film. [143] Sheriff Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest get used to living with Bonnie, who creates a new toy named Forky, from recycled materials from school. As they go on a road trip with Bonnie, Woody is also reunited with Bo Peep, and must decide where his loyalties lie.

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• Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • •• Cyclic rate of fire: 600 rounds/min [2] • Practical rate of fire: • Semi-auto 40 rounds/min [2] • Full-auto 100 rounds/min [2] Muzzle velocity 715 m/s (2,346 ft/s) [2] Effective firing range 350 m (383 yd) [2] Feed system 10- 20- or 30-round detachable box magazines.

Also compatible with 40-round box magazines and 75-round drum magazines from the RPK Sights • Rear sight notch on sliding tangent, front post • 100–1,000 m sight adjustments • Sight radius: 378 mm (14.9 in) [2] The AKM (Russian: Автома́т Кала́шникова модернизи́рованный, tr.

Avtomát Kalášnikova modernizírovannyj, lit. 'Kalashnikov's Automatic Rifle Modernised') is an assault rifle designed by Soviet small arms designer Mikhail Kalashnikov in 1959. It is the most ubiquitous rifle of the Kalashnikov rifles. It was developed as akmal toy story wikipedia replacement to the AK-47 introduced a decade prior.

Introduced into service with the Soviet Army in 1959, the AKM akmal toy story wikipedia the most prevalent variant of the entire AK series of firearms and it has found widespread use with most member states of the former Warsaw Pact and its African and Asian allies as well as being widely akmal toy story wikipedia and produced in many other countries.

The production of these rifles was carried out at both the Tula Arms Plant and Izhmash. It was officially replaced in Soviet frontline service by the AK-74 in the late 1970s, but remains in use worldwide. The AKM maintains the AK-47's wood stock, but has simpler individual parts that are favorable for mass production. Like the AK-47, many variants of the AKM exist such as the AKMS, AKML, and AKMP. Contents • 1 Design details • 1.1 Improvements over AK-47 • 1.2 Barrel • 1.3 Gas block • 1.4 Bolt carrier assembly • 1.5 Stock • 1.6 Recoil/return spring assembly • 1.7 Trigger assembly • 1.8 Sights • 1.9 Magazines • 1.10 Accessories • 1.11 Ammunition • 2 Variants • 2.1 Foreign variants • 2.1.1 Peru • 2.1.2 Vietnam • 2.1.3 Romania • 2.1.4 Hungary • 2.1.5 China • 2.1.6 North Korea • 2.2 Semi-automatic only variant • 3 Accuracy potential • 4 Users • 4.1 Former users • 4.2 Non-state users • 5 Conflicts • 5.1 1960s • 5.2 1970s • 5.3 1980s • 5.4 1990s • 5.5 2000s • 5.6 2010s • 5.7 2020s • 6 Gallery • 7 See also • 8 References • 8.1 Citations • 8.2 Cited sources • 9 External links Design details [ edit ] The AKM is an assault rifle chambered akmal toy story wikipedia 7.62×39mm Soviet intermediate cartridge.

It is a selective fire, gas operated with a rotating bolt, firing in either semi-automatic or fully automatic, and has a cyclic rate of fire of around 600 rounds per minute (RPM).

The gas operated action has a large bolt carrier with a permanently attached long stroke gas piston. The gas chamber is located above the barrel. The bolt carrier rides on the two rails, formed on the side of the receiver, with a significant space between the moving and stationary parts.

[3] Despite being replaced in the late 1970s by the AK-74, the AKM is still in service in some Russian Army reserve and second-line units and several east European countries. The GRAU officially designated the AKM as the 6P1 assault rifle. Improvements over AK-47 [ edit ] The AKMS (top) compared to an AK-47 (bottom) Compared with the AK-47, the AKM features detail improvements and enhancements that optimized the rifle for mass production; some parts and assemblies were conceived using simplified manufacturing methods.

Notably, the AK-47's milled steel receiver was replaced by a U-shaped steel stamping. As a result of these modifications, the AKM's weight was reduced by ≈ 1 kg (2.2 lb), the accuracy during automatic fire was increased and several reliability issues were addressed. The AK-47's chrome-lined barrel was retained, a common feature of Soviet weapons which resists wear and corrosion, particularly under harsh field conditions and near-universal Eastern Bloc use of corrosively primed ammunition.

The AKM's receiver is stamped from a smooth 1.0 mm (0.04 in) sheet of steel, compared with the AK-47 where the receiver was machined from heavier gauge steel. A rear stock trunnion and forward barrel trunnion are fastened to the U-shaped receiver using rivets.

The receiver housing also features a rigid tubular cross-section support that adds structural strength. Guide rails that assist the bolt carrier's movement which also incorporates the ejector are installed inside the receiver through spot welding. As a weight-saving measure, the stamped receiver cover is of thinner gauge metal akmal toy story wikipedia that of the AK-47.

In order to maintain strength and durability it employs both longitudinal and latitudinal reinforcing ribs. Barrel [ edit ] The AKM has a barrel with a chrome-lined bore and four right-hand grooves at a 240 mm (1 in 9.45 in) or 31.5 calibers rifling twist rate.

The forward barrel trunnion has a non-threaded socket for the barrel and a transverse hole for a pin that secures the barrel in place. The AKM's barrel is installed in the forward trunnion and pinned (as opposed to the AK-47, which has a one piece receiver with integral trunnions and a barrel that is screwed-in).

Additionally the barrel has horizontal guide slots that help align and secure the akmal toy story wikipedia in place. To increase the weapon's accuracy during automatic fire, the AKM was fitted with a slant cut compensator that helps redirect expanding propellant gases upward and to the right during firing, which mitigates the rise of the muzzle during an automatic burst when held by a right-handed firer.

The compensator is threaded on to the end of the barrel with a left-hand thread. Not all AKMs have slant compensators; some were also fitted with the older muzzle nut which came from the AK-47. Most AKMs with muzzle nuts were older production models. The AKM's slant compensator can also be used on the AK-47, which had a simple nut to cover the threads. AKM Bolt carrier assembly and gas piston Gas block [ edit ] The gas block in the AKM does not have a cleaning rod capture or sling loop but is instead fitted with an integrated bayonet support collar that has a cleaning rod guide hole.

The forward sling loop was relocated to the front handguard retainer cap. The handguard retainer also has notches that determine the position of the handguards on the barrel.

The AKM's laminated wood handguards have lateral grooves that help securely grip the rifle. Gas relief ports that alleviate gas pressure in the piston cylinder (placed horizontally in a row on the gas cylinder in the AK-47) were moved forward to the gas block and placed in a radial arrangement.

Bolt carrier assembly [ edit ] The AKM's bolt carrier has a lightening cut milled into the right side halfway before the handle. The handle has its profile slimmed down too. The stem of the AKM bolt is fluted in another measure to help reduce weight. The round, fluted firing pin of the AK-47 was also replaced with a flat one on the AKM. All pieces are typically painted black instead of left unfinished ("in the white").

Stock [ edit ] The buttstock, lower handguard and upper heatguard are manufactured from birch plywood laminates like the later model AK-47 furniture. [4] Such engineered woods are stronger and resist warping better than the conventional one-piece patterns, do not require lengthy maturing, and are cheaper. The wooden buttstock used in the AKM is further hollowed in order to reduce weight and is longer and straighter than that of the AK-47, which assists accuracy for subsequent shots during rapid and automatic fire.

The wooden stock also houses the issued cleaning kit, which is a small diameter metal tube with a twist lock cap. The kit normally contains the cleaning jag to which a piece of cloth material is wrapped around and dipped into cleaning solution. It also contains a pin punch, an assembly pin to hold the trigger, disconnector and rate reducer together while putting these back into the receiver after cleaning the weapon, and a barrel brush.

The kit is secured inside the butt stock via a spring-loaded trapdoor in the stock's pressed sheet metal butt cap. The stock is socketed into a stepped shaped rear trunnion with single upper tang and two screws. The rear trunnion itself is held to the stamped receiver with four rivets (two on each side). Under folding models instead have a U-shaped rear trunnion that reinforces the locking arms and is held to the receiver with six rivets (see Variants for more info).

Recoil/return spring assembly [ edit ] The AKM uses a modified recoil/return spring mechanism, which replaces the telescoping recoil spring guide rod with a dual "U"-shaped wire guide.

Trigger assembly [ edit ] The AKM has a modified trigger assembly, equipped with a hammer-release delaying device (installed on the same axis pin together with the trigger and disconnector) commonly called a "rate reducer" or "hammer retarder" ( Russian: замедлитель срабатывания курка).

In fact its primary purpose is not to reduce the rate of automatic fire; it is a safety device to ensure the weapon will only fire on automatic when the bolt is fully locked, as the hammer is tripped by the bolt carrier's last few millimetres of forward movement. The device also reduces "trigger slap" or "trigger bounce" and the weapon's rate of fire, which also reduces the dispersion of bullets when firing in fully automatic mode. The hammer was also changed and equipped with a protrusion that engages the rate reducer and the trigger has only one akmal toy story wikipedia hammer release arm (compared with two parallel arms in the AK-47).

[5] Sights [ edit ] The AKM's notched rear tangent iron sight is calibrated in 100 m (109 yd) increments from 100 to 1,000 m (109 to 1,094 yd) and compared with the Akmal toy story wikipedia the leaf's position teeth that secure the sliding adjustable notch were transferred over from the right to the left edge of the ramp. The front sight is a post adjustable for elevation in the field and has a slightly different shape with the "ears" being angled with the back of the base instead of strait and its bottom portion is more narrow compared with the AK-47.

Horizontal adjustment requires a special drift tool and is done by the armoury before issue or if the need arises by an armourer after issue. The sight line elements are approximately 48.5 mm (1.9 in) over the bore axis. The " point-blank range" battle zero setting " П" on the 7.62×39mm AKM rear tangent sight element corresponds akmal toy story wikipedia a 300 m (328 yd) zero. [6] For the AKM combined with service cartridges the 300 m battle zero setting limits the apparent "bullet rise" within approximately −5 to +31 cm (−2.0 to 12.2 in) relative to the line of sight.

Soldiers are instructed to fire at any target within this range by simply placing the sights on the center of mass (the belt buckle, according to Russian and former Soviet doctrine) of the enemy target.

Any errors in range estimation are tactically irrelevant, as a well-aimed shot will hit the torso of the enemy soldier. [6] Magazines [ edit ] AKMS with a 30-round "bakelite" magazine. Despite their name, the magazines are actually made of fiberglass and resin along with steel reinforcements.

The magazine has an "arrow in triangle" Izhmash arsenal mark on the bottom right. The early slab-sided steel AK-47 30-round detachable box magazines had 1 mm (0.039 in) sheet-metal bodies and weigh 0.43 kg (0.95 lb) empty. [7] The later steel AKM 30-round magazines had lighter sheet-metal bodies with prominent reinforcing ribs weighing 0.33 kg (0.73 lb) empty. [7] [8] To further reduce weight a light weight magazine with an aluminium body with a prominent reinforcing waffle rib pattern weighing 0.19 kg (0.42 lb) empty was developed for the AKM that proved to be too fragile and the small issued amount of these magazines were quickly withdrawn from service.

[9] As a replacement steel-reinforced 30-round plastic 7.62×39mm box magazines were introduced. These rust-coloured magazines weigh 0.24 kg (0.53 lb) empty and are often mistakenly akmal toy story wikipedia as being made of Bakelite (a phenolic resin), but were akmal toy story wikipedia fabricated from two-parts of AG-S4 moulding compound (a glass-reinforced phenol-formaldehyde binder impregnated composite), assembled using an epoxy resin adhesive.

[10] [11] [12] [13] Noted for their durability, these magazines did, however, compromise the rifle's camouflage and lacked the small horizontal reinforcing ribs running down both sides of the magazine body near the front that were added on all later plastic magazine generations. [13] A second generation steel-reinforced dark-brown (colour shades vary from maroon to plum to near black) 30-round 7.62×39mm magazine was introduced in the early 1980s, fabricated from ABS plastic. The third generation steel-reinforced 30-round 7.62×39mm magazine is similar to the second generation, but is darker coloured and has a matte non-reflective surface finish.

The current issue steel-reinforced matte true black akmal toy story wikipedia surface finished 7.62×39mm 30-round magazines, fabricated from ABS plastic weigh 0.25 kg (0.55 lb) empty.

[14] Early steel AK-47 magazines are 9.75 in (248 mm) long, and the later ribbed steel AKM and newer plastic 7.62×39mm magazines are about 1 in (25 mm) shorter. [15] [16] The transition from steel to mainly plastic magazines yielded a significant weight reduction and allow a soldier to carry more rounds for the same weight.

Rifle Cartridge Cartridge weight Weight of empty magazine Weight of loaded magazine Max. 10.12 kg (22.3 lb) ammunition load* AK-47 (1949) 7.62×39mm 16.3 g (252 gr) slab-sided steel 430 g (0.95 lb) 30-rounds 916 g (2.019 lb) [17] 11 magazines for 330 rounds 10.08 kg (22.2 lb) AKM (1959) 7.62×39mm 16.3 g (252 gr) ribbed stamped-steel 330 g (0.73 lb) 30-rounds 819 g (1.806 lb) [8] [18] 12 magazines for 360 rounds 9.83 kg (21.7 lb) AK-103 (1994) 7.62×39mm 16.3 g (252 gr) steel-reinforced plastic 250 g (0.55 lb) 30-rounds 739 g (1.629 lb) [8] [18] 13 magazines for 390 rounds 9.61 kg (21.2 lb) Note: All 7.62×39mm AK magazines are backwards compatible with older AK variants.

*10.12 kg (22.3 lb) is the maximum amount of ammo that the average soldier can comfortably carry. It also allows for best comparison of the three most common 7.62×39mm AK-style magazines.

Accessories [ edit ] AKM Type I bayonet of the Nationale Volksarmee that has cut an electrical wire. The AKM comes supplied with a different accessory kit that contains a M1959 6H4 or 6H3-type bayonet and comes with synthetic or steel magazines.

Both the 6H3 and 6H4 bayonet blade forms a wire-cutting device when coupled with its scabbard. The polymer grip and upper part of the scabbard provide insulation from the metal blade and bottom part of the metal scabbard, using a rubber insulator sleeve, to safely cut electrified wire. The kit also comes with a punch used to drive out various pins and a device that aids in assembling the rate reducing mechanism.

The GP-25 Grenade launcher can also be fitted onto the AKM. There is also the PBS-1 silencer from the 1960s, designed to reduce the noise when firing, mostly used by Spetsnaz forces and the KGB. Ammunition [ edit ] The weapon uses the same ammunition as the AK-47: the 7.62×39mm M43 intermediate rifle cartridge. The AKM mechanism's design principles and procedures for loading and firing are practically identical to those of the AK-47, the only difference being the trigger assembly (during the return stage of the bolt carrier on fully automatic mode) as a result of incorporating the rate reducer device.

Variants [ edit ] AKMS with sound suppressor and silent BS-1 Tishina grenade launcher attached. The main variant of the AKM is the AKMS (S – Skladnoy – Folding), which was equipped with an under-folding metal shoulder stock in place of the fixed wooden stock. The metal stock of the AKMS is somewhat different from the folding stock of the previous AKS-47 model as it has a modified locking mechanism, which locks both support arms of the AKMS stock instead of just one (left arm) as in the AKS-47 folding model.

It is also made of riveted steel pressings, instead of the milled versions of most AKS-47s, and is more inline like the fixed stock AKM.

Due to the stamped receiver, it also has a reinforcement plate beneath the pistol grip spot welded akmal toy story wikipedia place to prevent damage to the receiver if the gun is dropped on its pistol grip as well as better absorb the recoil with the stock folded. The AKM was produced in the following versions: AKMP, AKML and AKMLP, whereas the AKMS led to the following models – AKMSP, AKMSN and AKMSNP.

It is designed especially for use by paratroopers–as the folding stock permits more space for other equipment when jumping from a plane and then landing. The AKMP rifle uses subdued Radium-illuminated aiming points integrated into the front and rear sight. These sights enable targets to be engaged in low-light conditions, e.g. when the battlefield is illuminated with flares, fires or muzzle flashes or when the target is visible as a shadow against an illuminated background.

The sliding notch on the sight arm is then moved to the “S” setting (which corresponds to the “3” setting in the AKM). The sight itself is guided on the sliding scale and has a socket, which contains a tritium gas-filled capsule directly beneath the day-time notch. The tritium front post installs into the front sight base using a detent and spring.

The AKML comes equipped with a side-rail used to attach a night vision device. The mount comprises a akmal toy story wikipedia plate riveted to the left wall of the receiver housing and a support bracket fixed to the mounting base with screws. To shield the light-sensitive photo detector plate of the night vision sight, the weapon uses a slotted flash suppressor, which replaces the standard recoil compensator.

The AKML can also be deployed in the prone position with a detachable barrel-mounted bipod that helps stabilise the weapon and reduces operator fatigue during prolonged periods of observation. The bipod is supplied as an accessory and is carried in a holster attached to the duty belt.

The AKMN comes equipped with a side-rail used to attach a night vision device. The model designated AKMN-1 can thus mount the multi-model night vision scope 1PN51 [19] and the AKMN2 the multi-model night vision scope 1PN58.

[20] The AKMLP is a version of the AKML with tritium sights (as in the AKMP). The AKMSP rifle is based on the folding stock Akmal toy story wikipedia variant but fitted with tritium night sights, as in the AKMP.

The AKMSN model is derived from the AKMS and features an accessory rail used to mount a night vision sensor as seen on the AKML and additionally a flash hider and bipod. The left arm of the AKMSN's folding stock is bent outwards in order to avoid the sight mount bracket during folding and the sling loop was moved further to the rear. Similarly to the AKMN-1, the AKMSN-1 can mount the multi-model night vision scope 1PN51 [19] and the AKMSN2 the multi-model night vision scope 1PN58.

[20] A version of the AKMSN additionally supplied with factory tritium night sights is called the AKMSNP. A version of the AKM with a modified lower handguard designed to accept the 40 mm wz. 1974 Pallad grenade launcher was developed akmal toy story wikipedia Poland and designated the karabinek-granatnik wz.

1974. Foreign variants [ edit ] Peru [ edit ] Diseños Casanave International LLC has made an upgraded version of the AKM known as the Diseños Casanave International LLC SC-2026, which has a retractable polycarbonate stock and a railed handguard. [21] It has a range of 400 meters and weights less than 4 kilograms. [21] DICI also makes the Diseños Casanave International LLC SC-2026C, a carbine version of the SC-2026 made for vehicle crews/personnel and for special forces operators.

[21] Vietnam [ edit ] Further information: STL-1A The STL-1A was made by Z111 Factory as early as 2015 by changing parts of used AKMs with new plastic handguards, folding buttstocks, pistol grips and muzzle brakes resembling the AK-74, with an attachment lug for use with an M203 grenade launcher.

[22] [23] In 2018, an upgrade, known as the STL-1B was developed, which included Picatinny rails, since the 1A uses a side-type attachment. [23] Romania [ edit ] Further information: AK-63 The AK-63 (also known in Hungarian military service as the AMM) is a Hungarian variant of the AKM assault rifle manufactured by the Fegyver- és Gépgyár (FÉG) state arms plant in Hungary.

It akmal toy story wikipedia currently used by the Hungarian Ground Forces as its standard infantry weapon, and by most other branches of the Hungarian Defence Forces. China [ edit ] Further information: Type 56 assault rifle The Type 56 ( Chinese: 56式自动步枪; literally; "Type 56 Automatic Rifle") also known as the AK-56, [24] is a Chinese 7.62×39mm rifle. It is a variant of the Soviet-designed AK-47 (specifically Type 3) and AKM rifles.

[25] Production started in 1956 at State Factory 66 but was eventually handed over to Norinco and PolyTech, who continue to manufacture the rifle primarily for export. North Korea [ edit ] Further information: Type 58 assault rifle § Type 68 The Type 68 also known as Type 68 NK, is a North Korean version of the AKM, adopted in 1968 to replace the Type 58. It has no rate reducer.

[26] It has its own bayonet, which is based on the AK-47 bayonet, but it has a different pommel mount for it. [27] These bayonets were also issued in Cuba, which have green scabbards instead of tan scabbards, which is used the Korean People's Army. [28] Semi-automatic only variant [ edit ] The WASR-10 is a semi-automatic only variant developed from the AKM series rifle but is not another version rather a derivative or variant due to significant changes.

The lack of the dimple over the magazine well is a akmal toy story wikipedia WASR feature helpful in identification of WASR series rifles. [29] The WASR series are manufactured in Romania by the arms-maker Cugir and widely imported into the United States for the sporting gun market by importer Century International Arms who modifies them with TAPCO stocks.

[30] Century began installing the TAPCO Intrafuse AK G2 trigger group in 2007 to eliminate bolt slap trigger finger injuries. [31] Accuracy potential [ edit ] • View a machine-translated version of the Russian article.

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The following table represents the Russian method for determining accuracy, which is far more complex than Western methods.

In the West, one fires a group of shots into the target and then simply measures the overall diameter of the group. The Russians, on the other hand, fire a group of shots into the target. They then draw two circles on the target, one for the maximum vertical dispersion of hits and one for the maximum horizontal dispersion of hits. They then disregard the hits on the outer part of the target and only count half of the hits (50% or R 50) on the inner part of the circles.

This dramatically reduces the overall diameter of the groups. They then use both the vertical and horizontal measurements of the reduced groups to measure accuracy. This circular error probable method used by the Russian and other European militaries cannot be converted and is not comparable to US military methods for determining rifle accuracy. When the R 50 results are doubled the hit probability increases to 93.7%.

Circular error probable 20 hits distribution example AKM short burst dispersion with 57-N-231 steel core service ammunition [32] Range Vertical accuracy of fire (R 50) Horizontal accuracy of fire (R 50) Remaining bullet energy Remaining bullet velocity 0 m (0 yd) 0 cm (0.0 in) 0 cm (0.0 in) 2,036 J (1,502 ft⋅lbf) 718 m/s (2,356 akmal toy story wikipedia 100 m (109 yd) 8 cm (3.1 in) 11 cm (4.3 in) 1,540 J (1,140 ft⋅lbf) 624 m/s (2,047 ft/s) 200 m (219 yd) 15 cm (5.9 in) 22 cm (8.7 in) 1,147 J (846 ft⋅lbf) 539 m/s (1,768 ft/s) 300 m (328 yd) 23 cm (9.1 in) 33 cm (13.0 in) 843 J (622 ft⋅lbf) 462 m/s (1,516 ft/s) 400 m (437 yd) 31 cm (12.2 in) 44 cm (17.3 in) 618 J (456 ft⋅lbf) 395 m/s (1,296 ft/s) 500 akmal toy story wikipedia (547 yd) 39 cm (15.4 in) 56 cm (22.0 in) 461 J (340 ft⋅lbf) 342 m/s (1,122 ft/s) 600 m (656 yd) 47 cm (18.5 in) 67 cm (26.4 in) 363 J (268 ft⋅lbf) 303 m/s (994 ft/s) 700 m (766 yd) 55 cm (21.7 in) 78 cm (30.7 in) 314 J (232 ft⋅lbf) 282 m/s (925 ft/s) 800 m (875 akmal toy story wikipedia 64 cm (25.2 in) 90 cm (35.4 in) 284 J (209 ft⋅lbf) 268 m/s (879 ft/s) • R 50 means the closest 50 percent of the shot group will all be within a circle of the mentioned diameter.

In general, this is an improvement with respect to firing accuracy to the AK-47. The vertical and horizontal mean (R 50) deviations with service ammunition at 800 m (875 yd) for AK platforms are.

SKS, AK-47, AKM, and AK-74 dispersion at 800 m (875 yd) Rifle Firing mode Vertical accuracy of fire (R 50) Horizontal accuracy of fire (R 50) SKS (1945) semi-automatic 38 cm (15.0 in) 29 cm (11.4 in) AK-47 (1949) semi-automatic 49 cm (19.3 in) 34 cm (13.4 in) AK-47 (1949) short burst 76 cm (29.9 in) 89 cm (35.0 in) AKM (1959) short burst 64 cm (25.2 in) 90 cm (35.4 in) AK-74 (1974) short burst 48 cm (18.9 in) 64 cm (25.2 in) Users [ edit ] • Afghanistan [33] • Albania [33] • Algeria [33] • Angola [33] • Armenia [33] • Azerbaijan [33] • Bangladesh [33] • Belarus [33] • Benin [33] • Bosnia-Herzegovina [33] • Botswana [33] • Bulgaria: Produced locally.

[33] [34] • Cambodia [33] • Cape Verde [33] • Central African Republic [33] • Chad [33] • Chile: Used by Salvador Allende during the 1973 Chilean coup d'état. [35] • China: Type 56 variant. [36] • Comoros [33] • Congo-Brazzaville [33] • Congo-Kinshasa [33] • Cuba: Produced locally under license. [33] Also used Type 68s in the 1980s. [37] • Djibouti [38] • Egypt: The Maadi is an Egyptian copy of the AKM, manufactured by Factory 54 of the Maadi Company for Engineering Industries in Cairo for the Egyptian Army and for export sales.

[39] [40] [41] [42] [43] • Akmal toy story wikipedia Salvador: ex-guerilla rifles used by the National Civil Police. [44] • Equatorial Guinea [33] • Eritrea [33] • Ethiopia [45] • Finland: Holds stocks of imported AKM clones for wartime reserve service (the Chinese Type 56 known as the RK 56 TP and the East German MPi-KM as the RK 72) [46] along with locally designed AK derivatives (the Rk 62 and the Rk 95 TP).

• France: 100 Polish made AKM rifles obtained for CENTIAL-51e RI training center [47] • Gabon [33] • Georgia [33] • Ghana: Used by Ministry of Interior units. [48] • Guatemala [49] • Guinea [33] • Guinea-Bissau [33] • Guyana [33] • Hungary: There is a Hungarian derivative of the AKM called ' AK-63' manufactured by FÉG.

The AK-63 comes with a fixed wooden or plastic stock, but there is a version with an under-folding metal stock called AK-63D. [33] • India: Various models of AKM and AKM style rifle in use. A local variant developed and manufactured by the Rifle Factory Ishapore. [33] • Iran: From East German manufacturers in the Iran Army, Soviet and Chinese manufacturers in IRGC and Iran Police. [33] [ verification needed] • Iraq: From Soviet, German and Romanian manufactures.

[33] [50] • Iraqi Kurdistan [51] [ better source needed] • Israel: Captured from Arab armies over the course of the Arab–Israeli conflict. [33] • Ivory Coast [52] • Kazakhstan [33] • Kenya: Kenyan police responding to the 2013 Westgate shopping mall shooting, seen armed with AKM and variant rifles.

[53] • Kyrgyzstan [54] • Laos [33] • Lesotho [33] • Liberia [33] • Libya [33] • Madagascar [33] • Mali: Armed and Security Forces of Mali. [33] • Moldova [33] • Mongolia [33] • Morocco [33] • Mozambique [33] • Nicaragua [55] • Niger [56] [ better source needed] • Nigeria [33] • North Korea: Type 68 variant. [33] The variant does not have a rate reducer. [26] • North Macedonia [33] • Panamá:Used by National Border Service (SENAFRONT) and National Aeronaval Service (SENAN).

• Pakistan: Type 56 variant. [33] • Peru [33] Paratroopers and military police only. • Philippines: Philippine Army. Several units being used by the First Scout Ranger Regiment. [57] • Palestine • Poland: Used for training and mobilization. • Qatar [33] • Romania: Produced locally as the PM md. 63. [33] [34] • Russia: [33] Still in limited military and police use. [36] Officially replaced in most Russian military units by the AK-74.

Some usage mainly in urban environments due to the ability to penetrate heavy cover. • Rwanda: including at least 450 Egyptian-supplied Misrs. [58] • São Tomé and Príncipe [33] • Serbia Several variants based on the AKM built by Zastava Arms factory, most notably the M70 and M70B. [59] [33] • Seychelles [33] • Sierra Leone [33] • Slovenia [33] • Somalia [33] • Somaliland [60] • South Sudan: 40,500 Russian-made bought from Ukraine in 2010, used by security forces.

[61] • Sudan [33] • Suriname [33] • Sweden A small number of AKM's are used by the Swedish Armed Forces for familiarization training, [62] but they are not issued to combat units.

• Syria [33] • Tajikistan [33] • Tanzania [33] • Togo [33] • Transnistria • Turkey [33] • Turkmenistan [33] • Uganda [63] • Lord Resistance Army [64] • Ukraine [33] still in limited use, officially replaced in most Ukrainian military units by the AK-74.

AKMS used by Ukrainian Security Service. • United Arab Emirates [33] • Uzbekistan [33] • Venezuela Purchased in 2005. [65] • Vietnam [33] Russian AKM, Chinese Type 56 [66] and North Korean Type 68 variants. [67] Standard infantry rifle of the Vietnamese Army. • Yemen [33] • Zambia [33] • Zimbabwe [33] Former users [ edit ] • East Germany Produced locally. Examples include the MPi-KM (fixed stock) and MPi-KMS-72 (side-folding stock).

[3] • Grenada [68] • Oman: used by the Dhofari rebels. [69] • Rhodesia: Captured Akmal toy story wikipedia rifles were issued primarily to helicopter crews. [70] • Soviet Union [36] • Confederation of Mountain Peoples of the Caucasus • United States, captured rifles were used in Vietnam [71] and other conflicts. [72] • North Vietnam used by PAVN forces. • South Vietnam, the ARVN were supplied with captured AKM rifles.

[71] • Yugoslavia: Several variants based on the AKM built by Zastava Arms factory, most notably the M70 and M70B. [73] Non-state users [ edit ] It is used by many organizations defined as terrorist organizations. • Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front: Received Type 68s in the 1980s. [37] • Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia [74] • Islamic State [75] Conflicts [ edit ] 1960s [ edit ] • Vietnam War (1955–1975) • Laotian Civil War (1959–1975) • Portuguese Colonial War (1961–1974) • The Troubles (Late 1960s–1998) • Rhodesian Bush War (1964–1979) • South African Border War (1966–1990) • Cambodian Civil War (1967–1975) • Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia (1968) 1970s [ edit ] • Chilean coup d'état (1973) • Yom Kippur War (1973) [76] • Ethiopian Civil War (1974–1991) [77] • Lebanese Civil War (1975–1990) [78] • Angolan Civil War (1975–2002) [79] • Nicaraguan Revolution (1978–1990) • Chadian–Libyan conflict (1978–1987) • Kurdish–Turkish conflict (1978–present) • Cambodian–Vietnamese War (1978–1989) • Sino-Vietnamese War (1979) • Salvadoran Civil War (1979–1992) • Soviet–Afghan War (1979–1989) [80] 1980s [ edit ] • Iran–Iraq War (1980–1988) [81] • Sri Lankan Civil War (1983–2009) • United States invasion of Grenada (1983) [68] • Lord's Resistance Army insurgency (1987–present) • First Liberian Civil War (1989–1997) 1990s [ edit ] • Gulf War (1990–1991) • Rwandan Civil War (1990–1994) [58] • Somali Civil War (1991–present) [82] • Yugoslav Wars (1991–2001) • Georgian Civil War (1991–1993) [83] • Algerian Civil War (1991–2002) • First Chechen War (1994–1996) • Eritrean–Ethiopian War (1998-2000) • Second Liberian Civil War (1999–2003) • Second Chechen War (1999–2009) 2000s [ edit ] • War in Afghanistan (2001–2021) • First Ivorian Civil War (2002–2007) • Iraq War (2003–2011) • War in Darfur (2003–present) [84] • Mexican Drug War (2006–present) • Russo-Georgian War (2008) • Boko Haram insurgency (2009–present) 2010s [ edit ] • Second Ivorian Civil War (2010–2011) • Libyan Civil War (2011) • Syrian Civil War (2011–present) • Central African Republic Civil War (2012–present) [85] • War in Iraq (2013–2017) • Russo-Ukrainian War (2014–present) • Yemeni Civil War (2014–present) 2020s [ edit ] • Nagorno-Karabakh War (2020) [86] • 2021 Taliban insurgency • Tigray War (2020–present) • Kyrgyzstan–Tajikistan clashes (2021) • 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine Gallery [ edit ] • • ^ Stott, Rob (August 15, 2013).

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Film terlaris di akhir pekan buka, Toy Story melanjutkan untuk mendapatkan lebih dari $191 juta dalam Amerika Serikat dan Kanada selama rilis teatrikal awal dan mengambil lebih dari $361 juta di seluruh dunia.

Reviewnya sangat positif, memuji inovasi teknis dari animasi dan kecerdasan dan kecanggihan skenario. Selain rilis DVD, Bahan terinspirasi Toy Story telah menjalankan keseluruhan dari mainan, permainan video, spin-off, dan barang dagangan. Film ini begitu sukses sehingga mendorong dua sekuelnya, Toy Story 2, yang dirilis pada 24 November 1999 dan menjadi hit yang lebih besar dari aslinya ( Toy Story kembali dirilis dalam pilihan ganda dengan Toy Story 2 dalam 3D pada 2 Oktober 2009) dan Toy Story 3, yang dirilis pada 18 Juni 2010.

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Chapter 2 • Microsoft Windows • May 5, 2022 Genre(s) Survival horror, puzzle Mode(s) Single-player Poppy Playtime is a survival horror video game developed and published by American indie developer MOB Games where the player takes the role of a former employee who is revisiting a toy factory 10 years after it was abandoned by the game's in-universe company Playtime Co.

after its staff disappeared. The player navigates through a first-person perspective and must solve puzzles, some requiring a gadget named the GrabPack, in order to progress further while avoiding various enemies.

The first chapter was released on Steam for Microsoft Windows on October 12, 2021, and later for Android and iOS on March 11, 2022. The second chapter was released for Microsoft Windows on May 5. All chapters after the first will be released as downloadable content. The game quickly gained positive reviews for its gameplay on its initial release, but was later met with negative reviews after the developers announced non-fungible tokens, with the second chapter receiving mixed reviews for its buggy launch.

Contents • 1 Gameplay • 2 Plot • 2.1 Chapter 1 – A Tight Squeeze • 2.2 Chapter 2 – Fly in a Web • 3 Development and release • 4 Reception • 4.1 Controversy • 5 Film adaptation • 6 References Gameplay [ edit ] Poppy Playtime is a first-person survival horror where the player plays as a former employee of Playtime Co.

who returns akmal toy story wikipedia the abandoned toy factory of said company after receiving a letter from the staff who were thought to have disappeared 10 years ago. [1] The protagonist discovers that the factory is filled with toys who are alive and malicious towards them.

[2] Various VHS tapes can be found throughout the factory, each tape giving a more in-depth explanation of the story. [3] The game utilises multiple puzzles throughout, which the player must solve in order to progress further, with some requiring a gadget named the GrabPack, a backpack that can be equipped with two extendable hands which can be used to pull and reach objects from a far distance, conduct electricity, access certain doors, [4] [5] [6] swing across large gaps, and, via a green hand introduced in Chapter 2, transfer electricity between sources.

[7] Plot [ edit ] Chapter 1 – A Tight Squeeze [ edit ] The protagonist receives a package that contains a VHS tape, which shows a commercial for the titular doll Poppy Playtime and tours of the factory before abruptly cutting to spliced in footage of graffiti of a poppy, and a letter from the missing staff, requesting them to "find the flower".

They then enter the abandoned toy factory and, after solving the code to a security door, acquire the GrabPack, which they use to unlock the door to the lobby. After entering the lobby, the protagonist is introduced to Huggy Wuggy, who is on display in the center of the room.

While trying to unlock one door in the lobby, the power suddenly cuts, forcing them to restore power in the power room. After heading back to the lobby, they discover that Huggy has disappeared from his display. The protagonist then restores power to a control panel in order to control an overhead crane and retrieve the right hand of the GrabPack, which they use to unlock a hatch to a conveyor belt that leads to the "Make-a-Friend" section of the factory, where they restore power to the machinery and manufacture a toy.

They then place the toy in a scanner and open a door to a hallway which, after the protagonist enters, Huggy suddenly appears from and chases the protagonist through the vents. After reaching a dead-end, the protagonist pulls down a box and breaks part of the conveyor belt, causing Huggy to fall to the bottom of the factory. They then head to the aforementioned graffiti and open a door to a hallway, leading to a room where they find Poppy in a case which the protagonist opens, freeing Poppy.

Chapter 2 – Fly in a Web [ edit ] After freeing Poppy from her case, the protagonist explores the back halls of the factory, eventually finding the office of Elliot Ludwig, Playtime's founder. After entering the vents in the office, they encounter Poppy, who thanks them for freeing her and offers to help them escape the factory by giving them a code to activate the factory's train. However, she is grabbed and pulled deeper into the factory. As they enter the Game Station, the protagonist encounters Mommy Long Legs who holds Poppy hostage and takes the red hand akmal toy story wikipedia the protagonist's GrabPack.

She challenges the protagonist to win three games in the Game Station, and in return will give the protagonist the code for the train, threatening to kill them if they do not obey the rules. Making their way through the factory, the protagonist crafts a green hand for the GrabPack and then proceeds through the three games, pitting them against various enemies.

The protagonist is able to obtain two parts of the code before escaping during the third game, fleeing into the tunnels beneath the factory. An enraged Mommy accuses them of cheating and pursues them in a deadly game of hide and seek, through the tunnels and into the factory, until she becomes caught in the teeth of an industrial shredder, killing her.

Before dying, she screams that "he" will make her a part of "him." A needle-fingered hand rises to take her broken body away, while the akmal toy story wikipedia obtains the third part of the code.

They find Poppy trapped in a spider web and free her, before boarding the train to escape. However, Poppy diverts the train, saying that she could not let the akmal toy story wikipedia leave yet due to the events that had occurred inside the factory, claiming that she knows the protagonist can handle whatever comes next. The train runs out of control and derails near a sign pointing to "Playcare". Development and release [ edit ] Poppy Playtime release timeline 2021 Chapter 1 – A Tight Squeeze 2022 Chapter 1 iOS and Android release Chapter 2 – Fly in a Web The idea of Poppy Playtime was originally thought of by game director Isaac Christopherson, stating that people called most indie horror games 'Walking Simulators', giving MOB Games the idea to "create something with gameplay that doesn't feel quite so run-of-the-mill, while still staying exciting, terrifying, and unique." A trailer for the game's first chapter was uploaded in September 2021.

[8] The chapter was then released on Steam for Microsoft Windows on October 12, and later for Android and iOS on March 11, 2022. [9] After the first chapter's release, official merchandise of the game began being released, including T-shirts, posters and plush toys, [10] [11] [12] as well as official collectibles produced by Youtooz.

[13] All chapters after the first will be released as downloadable content. [4] A trailer for Chapter 2, named Fly in a Web, was released on February 22, 2022, [14] with several teasers later being posted to Twitter, [15] including a teaser trailer on April 9.

[16] In preparation of the second chapter's release, the first chapter was made free. [17] The second chapter was then released on May 5, for Microsoft Windows and is estimated to be thrice as long as the first chapter. [18] [19] Reception [ edit ] Poppy Playtime was well-received upon its initial release, with it receiving praise for its atmosphere, story, and character design, [20] [21] [22] as akmal toy story wikipedia as being compared to the Five Nights at Freddy's franchise, [15] with Screen Rant's Austin Geiger calling Poppy Playtime "more engaging" than Security Breach.

[23] However, the first chapter has been criticised for its short length, claimed to being roughly 30–45 minutes long. [19] [24] The game also quickly gained exposure on platforms such as YouTube and Twitch, [25] [26] with videos on the former reaching millions of views, [27] as well as games based on Poppy Playtime appearing on Roblox. [28] Chapter 2 received mixed reviews on Steam, receiving praise for its voice acting and ending, [29] but also being criticized for its number of bugs and performance issues, including audio issues, crashes, lag, and the so-called "Barry glitch".

MOB Games responded with an apology and began rolling out patches for the aforementioned issues. [30] Controversy [ edit ] In December 2021, on Twitter, the developers announced non-fungible tokens of the in-game posters, which was quickly met with backlash and negative reviews from the community, as well as some users issuing refunds, arguing that the developers put lore of the game behind a paywall. In response, the developers deleted the announcement, but were unable to remove the NFTs as well due to a contract they signed, stating that they have to wait for it to expire.

[31] [32] [33] On May 3, 2022, MOB Games' CEO Zach Belanger posted a statement on Twitter where akmal toy story wikipedia confirms that all profits earned from the NFTs would be going to the Clean Air Task Force organization.

[34] [35] Around Poppy Playtime 's release, developer Ekrcoaster claimed that MOB Games plagiarized his game Venge. In the aforementioned statement, Belanger denied the allegations, stating that the claims were based around 'past drama' from 2017. [34] [35] Dorset Police and Lafayette County Sheriff's Department both released a statement to parents regarding the character Huggy Wuggy on March 22, 2022, [36] and April 7, [37] respectively, claiming that due to the akmal toy story wikipedia name, various videos were not being blocked by "firewalls" [28] [36] and filtered by parental filters on various platforms, including TikTok and YouTube Kids.

[38] The former also claimed that various schools in the United Kingdom reported children recreating a game where one child hugs another and then whispers sinister things into the recipient's ear. [39] It was reported that a child had attempted to jump out of a window to mimic the character, [28] and that Luxemburg-Casco School District had received "complaints from students who say they can't sleep" due to being scared of the character. [40] Fact-checking website Snopes confirmed that while there had been reports from parents within the United Kingdom, the police had incorrectly claimed that the character sang songs, despite said songs being fan-made and not appearing in-game.

Snopes had also said that inappropriate videos involving the character were not available for younger users on TikTok and YouTube Kids, with spokespersons for each platform confirming so. [36] Film adaptation [ edit ] In April 2022, according to Deadline Hollywood, MOB Games partnered with Studio71 to produce a film adaptation of the video game, with Zach Belanger saying that it is "going to be a great ride". Studio71's President of Scripted Content Michael Schreiber stated that the film's storyline will "[stand] alone as its own terrifying and gripping saga." [41] MOB Games and Studio71 are also reportedly in akmal toy story wikipedia on bringing Roy Lee into the project.

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