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is a computer-generated imagery (CGI) animation film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures and Buena Vista Distribution in the United States on November 21, 1995, and the United Kingdom on 22 March 1996.
Toy Story was the first feature-length completely computer-animated movie released by Disney, and also the first completely computer-animated feature in history. At least one earlier attempt to create a computer animated feature had been tried before Toy Story, the announced movie The Works, which was never finished. Toy Story was also Pixar's first feature to be released in theaters. It grossed U.S. $356,800,000 world-wide, making it the 65th highest-grossing movie in history (not adjusted for inflation).
The primary characters are toys in the room of the six-year-old boy Andy, and is mostly told from their point of view. Andy, his baby sister Molly and mother have smaller roles, as do the neighbor boy Sid, his dog Scud and sister Hannah.
Before Pixar's entry into the feature film-business with Toy Story, Pixar was known for developing the Pixar Image Computer.
The movie starts with a meeting among the toys to discuss Andy's family's upcoming move. At the end of the meeting it is announced that today is Andy's birthday party. This results in pandemonium from the other toys. Everyone is afraid they will be replaced. Woody, of course, remains calm since he is Andy's favorite and expects to never be replaced by another favorite toy.
Finally, to calm everyone Woody sends a reconnaissance group of little green toy Army soldiers using a baby monitor to scout the party. There are no new toys at the party until mom pulls out another box, but the soldiers are cut ......
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