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    Toy Story (Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Walt Disney Records: The Legacy Collection]

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    • 1 Randy NewmanStrange Things (Piano / Vocal Demo) 3:01
    • 2 Randy NewmanOpening 1:28
    • 3 Randy NewmanYou've Got a Friend in Me (Remastered 2015) 2:05
    • 4 Randy NewmanPlastic Spaceman (Piano / Vocal Demo) 3:20
    • 5 Randy NewmanAndy's Birthday Is Today 0:43
    • 6 Randy NewmanI Will Go Sailing No More (Piano / Vocal Demo) 3:37
    • 7 Randy NewmanThe Fool (Piano / Vocal / Demo) 2:08
    • 8 Randy NewmanThey're Alive! 1:12
    • 9 Randy NewmanYou've Got a Friend in Me (Instrumental Version) [Remastered 2015] 2:06
    • 10 Randy Newman"Staff Meeting Everybody!" 0:44
    • 11 Randy NewmanStrange Things (Instrumental Version) [Remastered 2015] 3:19
    • 12 Randy Newman"You Too, Bo Peep" 0:39
    • 13 Randy NewmanAndy's Birthday Party 1:33
    • 14 Randy NewmanI Will Go Sailing No More (Instrumental Version) [Remastered 2015] 2:58
    • 15 Randy Newman & Джон ЛассетерThanking the Orchestra 0:42
    • 16 Randy NewmanCode Red 1:31
    • 17 Randy NewmanA Good Soldier Never Leaves a Man Behind 0:37
    • 18 Randy NewmanPresents: Who Invited That Kid? 1:20
    • 19 Randy NewmanSurprise Present 1:10
    • 20 Randy Newman“What Are You Doing Under the Bed?” 0:23
    • 21 Randy NewmanBuzz Revealed 1:08
    • 22 Randy NewmanBuzz Flies 0:45
    • 23 Randy NewmanStrange Things (Remastered 2015) 3:25
    • 24 Randy NewmanWoody / Bo Peep 0:20
    • 25 Randy NewmanSid 1:22

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    " "Oooh…3-D" (USA 2009 re-release)"
    Country
    Runtime 1 hr 21 min
    Budget $30 000 000
    Premiere: World $394 436 586 November 22, 1995
    USA $222 498 679
    Other countries $171 937 907
    Box Office – Budget $364 436 586
    Premiere: USA $222 498 679 November 19, 1995
    first day $3 254 094
    theaters 1752
    rollout 91 days
    Digital: World January 19, 2018
    Production Companies Walt Disney PicturesPixar Animation Studios
    Also Known As
    Toy Story in 3-D United States

    Description

    A cowboy doll is profoundly threatened and jealous when a new spaceman action figure supplants him as top toy in a boy’s bedroom.

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    Production

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

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    An excellent cartoon that has everything you need – a good story, not perfect, but nice graphics, charming characters and the right morals. Now they are trying to make good stories for family viewing, but not many have the luster of the first cartoons. I recommend! Translated to English