Disney Wiki
Advertisement
Disney Wiki

The adventure of a lifetime.
―Tagline

Toy Story 4 is a 2019 American computer-animated comedy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Pictures. As the fourth installment in Pixar's Toy Story series and the sequel to the 2010 film Toy Story 3, the film was directed by Josh Cooley and released in theaters on June 21, 2019.

The film continues from Toy Story 3, where Sheriff Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and their friends have found new appreciation among their other toy friends after being given by Andy to Bonnie. When Bonnie makes a new toy named Forky out of trash, she takes him and the rest of her toys on an RV road trip. During their trip, Forky gets lost and Woody and Buzz head out to find him and end up reuniting with an old friend.

After its premiere, Toy Story 4 was theatrically released in the United States on June 21, 2019 in RealD 3D, Dolby Cinema, and IMAX. The film was critically acclaimed, with critics praising its story, humor, emotion, animation, and vocal performances. The film was also a box office success, grossing $1.073 billion worldwide, making it at the time the 30th highest-grossing film of all time, the fourth highest-grossing animated film of all time (behind Frozen, Incredibles 2, and Minions). It is currently the 33rd highest-grossing film of all time and the fifth highest-grossing animated film of all time (behind Frozen II, Frozen, Incredibles 2, and Minions).

The film even won several awards including an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and is nominated for Best Original Song for "I Can't Let You Throw Yourself Away".

Toy Story 5 was announced to be in development on February 8, 2023.[1] After the fourth film's success, it will be released in theaters June 19, 2026.

Synopsis[]

Woody and the rest of the toys are back for an all-new adventure in Toy Story 4, welcoming new friends to Bonnie's room, including a reluctant new toy called Forky. "Like most people, I assumed that Toy Story 3 was the end of the story", said director Josh Cooley. "And it was the end of Woody's story with Andy. But just like in life, every ending is a new beginning. Woody now being in a new room, with new toys, and a new kid, was something we have never seen before. The questions of what that would be like became the beginning of an entertaining story worth exploring."

But Forky insists that he is NOT a toy! An actual spork-turned-craft-project, Forky is pretty sure that he doesn't belong in Bonnie's room. Unfortunately, every time he tries to get away, someone yanks him back into an adventure he'd rather skip. "The world of Toy Story is built upon the idea that everything in the world has a purpose", said Cooley. "A toy's purpose is to be there for its child. But what about toys that are made out of other objects? Forky is a toy that Bonnie made out of a disposable spork, so he's facing a crisis. He wants to fulfill his purpose as a spork, but now has a new toy purpose thrust upon him."

Plot[]

Nine years ago, between the events of the second and third films, R.C. is being swept down a storm drain after Andy forgets to bring him inside before the storm. Woody and the other toys mount a successful rescue operation, but while they are busy, a friend of Andy's mother arrives and buys Bo Peep and her lamp; despite Woody's efforts to prevent the sale, Bo reassures him that it is part of being a toy to be taken away.

One year after Andy donated his toys to Bonnie, Woody and the other toys are content in their new life. Worried that Bonnie will feel overwhelmed at her kindergarten orientation, Woody – who Bonnie has been neglecting – sneaks into her backpack, and his fears come to light. But after a male classmate bullies Bonnie, Woody covertly places a spork and other items from a trash can on Bonnie's table during arts and crafts, and she turns them into a handmade toy-spork she names "Forky". After Bonnie places Forky in her backpack, he comes to life, which scares Woody.

Woody introduces him to the rest of Bonnie's toys, Forky experiences an existential crisis, believing he was made to be trash and not a toy, and the other toys prevent him from throwing himself away. On a road trip with Bonnie's family and her toys, Forky – still believing himself to be trash – jumps out of the window, prompting Woody to go after him. Woody convinces Forky of the joys of being a toy, and they journey to the RV park in a nearby town where Bonnie and her parents will be staying.

Reaching the town, Woody spots Bo's lamp at an antique store. Searching for Bo inside, he and Forky encounter a doll named Gabby Gabby and her sycophant ventriloquist puppets, the Bensons. Gabby Gabby offers to take them to Bo, but soon reveals her true colors and plan: To obtain Woody's voice box since her own is broken and no child will purchase her. Woody and Forky try to escape, but Forky is captured by the Bensons. By the time Woody escapes the shop, he realizes that he has left Forky behind. Woody reunites with Bo, who has become a nomad adventurer helping lost toys find owners. With Bo's companion, a diminutive toy cop named Giggle McDimples, they take a route through a nearby carnival to rescue Forky from the antique store.

Meanwhile, Buzz searches for Woody on his own, seeking guidance in the button-induced phrases from his own voice box. Buzz finds himself as a prize in a carnival booth and escapes with plush toys Ducky and Bunny. Buzz finds Woody and Bo, and they recruit Ducky and Bunny to help rescue Forky, promising they will become Bonnie's toys, along with Bo's old friend from the antique store, Duke Caboom, a Canadian stuntman toy.

At the antique store, the toys' plan to rescue Forky fails. Woody, the only toy still determined to save Forky, has a falling out with the other toys and indirectly insults Bo. As Bo, Duke, Giggle, Ducky, and Bunny return to the carnival, Woody gives up his voice box to Gabby Gabby in exchange for Forky. Gabby Gabby is desperate to be adopted by Margaret (the store owner)'s granddaughter, Harmony, but Harmony is not interested in Gabby Gabby and rejects her, leaving her disappointed, and offers Woody his voice box back, but Woody insists she keeps it. Buzz returns to Bonnie's RV and cries out to retrieve Bonnie's backpack, which she left at the antique store. Woody comforts Gabby Gabby and Bo, and her gang return after a change of heart.

After Bonnie returns for her backpack, the toys follow her and her parents. Buzz and Forky make it back to Bonnie through Duke's motorcycle skills, who is delighted to have Forky back. Taking Woody's advice, Gabby Gabby sees a lost little girl crying, giving her comfort, and is finally found by her parents. Ducky, Bunny, Giggle, and Duke say goodbye to Woody and leave. As Woody and Bo say goodbye, Woody becomes hesitant to return with Bonnie. With some encouragement from Buzz, Woody decides to stay with Bo and help lost toys find owners. Buzz and the gang give Woody and Bo a goodbye hug, and the two groups go their separate ways. The RV's engine starts, and the toys head into Bonnie's RV while her parents start the engine and head home. Rex asks if Woody will be a lost toy, and Buzz says that he will never be one. Buzz and Woody share one last message to each other from afar, "To infinity...and beyond." Woody and Bo Peep spend their night living together by looking at the nice carnival view and the night sky.

After Woody and Bo travel with the carnival in the mid-credits scenes, one year has passed, and Bonnie entered first grade. At a newly built pier, Ducky and Bunny do one more version of their "plush rush" and spread laser eyes and superpowers, which Duke Caboom asks if they really can. At Bonnie's room, mirroring the scene where Woody introduces Forky, Jessie brings home a new friend Bonnie created: Karen Beverly, a decorated plastic knife. Instantly smitten, Forky offers to shepherd her in her journey through life as a toy instead of trash. When her first question is "How am I alive?," he is stumped, and all he could say was "I don't know."

In the post-credits scene, Duke Caboom successfully jumps onto the 'I' of the Pixar logo, poses, and gives the winter Combat Carl a long-awaited high five, ending the movie.

Cast[]

Additional Voices[]

Development[]

Lee Unkrich has said in many interviews that Pixar currently does not have any plans to make a Toy Story 4, and that the purpose of Toy Story 3 was to bring the story of the toys and their relationship with Andy to a phenomenal end. He thinks it's great that people want to see another Toy Story film, but Pixar will for now focus on other stories. He has said however that Pixar will try to find various ways to keep the characters alive, as seen in the Toy Story Toons series and Toy Story of Terror! and Toy Story That Time Forgot that there may be a Toy Story 4 in the future, but they don't have any plans for it right now. In July 2010, Tim Allen signed on to reprise his role for a fourth feature-length film, but this did not necessarily mean that a Toy Story 4 was in development. It could have easily been just in case they ever thought of a good idea for a fourth film that they would have the voice of Buzz on board. However, it did show that Disney and Pixar were toying with the idea of another Toy Story film. Tom Hanks, who was supposed to turn 62 when Toy Story 4 was released, had also signed on to reprise his role in case the film was made. In June 2011, Tom Hanks said in an interview that "I think they're working on it right now." However, John Lasseter says, "We haven't announced anything, so I can't really talk about it." In February 2013, several sites reported that a Toy Story 4 was in production with a release date in 2015. Some sites claimed that Disney and Pixar had confirmed Toy Story 4, but Disney has since denied these rumors saying "Nothing is official". In the most recent Muppet film, Muppets Most Wanted, Gonzo mentions (during the "We're Doing a Sequel" number) that Disney is waiting for Tom Hanks to be available so they can make a Toy Story 4.

Despite Don Rickles' passing in 2017, it had been officially confirmed he would reprise his role as Mr. Potato Head using pieces of dialogue that Rickles had previously recorded as in the film, provided that his estate gave permission for the film to do so.

Release[]

International premieres[]

Home media[]

Main article: Toy Story 4 (video)

Toy Story 4 was released digitally on October 1, 2019, and on DVD, Blu-ray, and Ultra HD Blu-ray on October 8, 2019. The film was released on Disney+ on February 5, 2020.

Reception[]

On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 97% based on 451 reviews, with an average rating of 8.30/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Heartwarming, funny, and beautifully animated, Toy Story 4 manages the unlikely feat of extending – and perhaps concluding – a practically perfect animated saga." Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 84 out of 100 based on 57 critics, indicating "universal acclaim." Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale, and 89% of those at PostTrak gave it a positive score, with 75% saying they would definitely recommend it.

Despite the positive reviews though, there were those that actually spoke out against it. Some deemed this unnecessary as the film basically was continuing a franchise that had ended years ago. Some even stated that this film had a heartbreaking ending and that Woody was neglected despite a promise made to take care of him. Another reason the film is hated was because of the major change to the franchise itself, all the previous Toy Story films were supposed to show the relationship between kids and their toys while this film was a major departure from the previous films.

Music[]

Main article: Toy Story 4 (soundtrack)

The film score of Toy Story 4 was composed and conducted by Randy Newman, his ninth for Pixar after Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., Cars, Toy Story 3, Monsters University, and Cars 3. On June 21, 2019, Walt Disney Records released the Toy Story 4 soundtrack for digital download.

In addition to the tracks included in the soundtrack album, the official release also includes "I Can't Let You Throw Yourself Away" by Randy Newman, "The Ballad of the Lonesome Cowboy" by Chris Stapleton, and Newman's original version of "You've Got a Friend in Me".

Possible sequel[]

In February 2019, Allen expressed interest in doing another film as he "did not see any reason why they would not do it". That May, producer Mark Nielsen confirmed that after Toy Story 4, Pixar would return its focus to making original films instead of sequels for a while. On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Hanks said that Toy Story 4 would be the final installment in the franchise, but Nielsen disclosed a possibility of a fifth film, as Pixar was not ruling out that possibility. In February 2023, during an announcement of major layoffs at Disney, CEO Bob Iger also announced that the franchise would continue with a fifth film. Allen confirmed that he will return as the voice of Buzz in the sequel. Later in the month, Pixar CCO and franchise alumni, Pete Docter stated that the film will be "surprising" and will have "cool things you've never seen before."

Gallery[]

Wiki
The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Toy Story 4.

Videos[]

Trivia[]

  • Toy Story 4 is the first film of the franchise to be shot in the 2.39:1 aspect ratio, unlike the first three films which were produced in 1.85:1 in addition to the first time a Pixar franchise has become a tetralogy.
    • The reason for this change is because the main cast are going beyond Tri-County as director Josh Cooley and producer Jonas Rivera stated during an interview. This change was done to accommodate the fact that Woody's world had opened up once he reunites with Bo Peep.
  • Toy Story 4 is the first Pixar film not to be accompanied by a short Pixar film since the original Toy Story (not counting Coco's later theatrical releases in which originally had the Frozen featurette Olaf's Frozen Adventure before the main feature).
    • Since John Lasseter's departure, SparkShorts created by the new talents of Pixar have succeeded the traditional line of Pixar shorts as they were scheduled to be sent straight to Disney+ by late 2019.
  • Toy Story 4 is the final Pixar film with John Lasseter's involvement before his leave from Pixar and Disney Animation at the end of 2018 leaving Pete Docter in charge.
    • This fact would, therefore, make Toy Story 4 the first Pixar film released under Pete Docter's supervision, who succeeded him as CEO after Lasseter's leave.
  • Toy Story 4 is the third Pixar film to have its own variant of the Pixar logo, after WALL-E and Incredibles 2, with the opening Pixar logo transitioning into the film as it has Luxo, Jr. glowing in the rain during the flashback scene and the closing logo have Duke Caboom replace Luxo, Jr. in the logo.
  • This is the last Pixar film to be rated G by the MPAA.
  • This is the last Pixar sequel until Inside Out 2.
  • This is the second and last Toy Story film to be winner of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
  • This is the second Pixar film to be released on June 21, after Monsters University.
  • This is the second fourth film in a computer-animated film series to feature Kristen Schaal after the 2010 DreamWorks film Shrek Forever After.
  • Toy Story 4 is the first film of the franchise fully featuring Bonnie's dad, Mr. Anderson, though he is seen from the backside doing yardwork alongside his wife at the end of the third film.
  • Toy Story 4 is the third Pixar film to have two producers after Incredibles 2 and Toy Story 2.
  • Lotso appears on stage during the D23 Expo for Toy Story 4 but did not appear in the film.
  • Madeline McGraw replaces Emily Hahn as Bonnie due to the latter being too old to reprise her role in the film.
  • As with Toy Story 3, which ended Andy Davis' saga as one of the main supporting characters, Toy Story 4 ends Woody's saga as the main character and thus, most likely the franchise as a whole.
  • At the very end of the credits, there is a dedication to Don Rickles, the voice of Mr. Potato Head who died of kidney failure in April 2017, and another one to Adam Burke, a Pixar animator who passed away of brain cancer in October 2018. Both of them died the two years Toy Story 4 was originally going to be released. Before it was given the 2019 release date, Toy Story 4 was set to be released in 2017, the year Rickles died. It was later delayed to 2018, the year Burke died.
  • Toy Story 4 is the only Toy Story film that:
    • Does not feature the Thin Lizzy song The Boys Are Back In Town for promotion for trailers or TV spots.
    • Where Buzz Lightyear doesn't use his laser.
    • To not feature a deluded Buzz Lightyear. (Debatable since Buzz has 'followed his voice' in such an oblivious manner).
    • Was not the highest-grossing Pixar film at the time of its release but the highest-grossing G-rated film of all time.
  • Toy Story 4 is the only Toy Story sequel that:
    • To not feature Wheezy, Buster, or Emperor Zurg.
    • To not feature Hamm as Evil Dr. Porkchop.
    • To not have Jessie as the deuteragonist. Although in Toy Story 3, she shared the deuteragonist role with Buzz.
    • To not feature Jodi Benson, the voice of Barbie. Although her character appears at the beginning of the movie.
    • Where Woody does not shout "Ride like the wind, Bullseye!"
  • Toy Story 4 is also the final Pixar film to feature the involvement of Lee Unkrich who left Pixar in 2019 to which he is credited as the Executive Producer.
  • Toy Story 4 is the first film since the original Toy Story in the franchise not to have Woody missing his hat for a moment of the film.
  • This is the only Toy Story film that wasn't the highest-grossing Pixar film at the time of its release but the highest-grossing G-rated film of all time.
  • Toy Story 4 is the first film of the franchise since Toy Story 2 not to feature Sid Phillips.
  • Chuckles, Peas in a Pod, and Totoro were originally going to appear in this film.
  • This is the seventh Pixar film where the Pixar Animation Studios closing logo cuts in from fading into black, after WALL-E, Up, Cars 2, Brave, Finding Dory, and Cars 3.
  • When the first full trailer was released, Disney fans from the Middle Eastern countries launched a huge campaign on Twitter with the hashtag #احنا_مش_مجرد_لعبة (literally meaning #WeAreNotAToy) that became an instant trend in several countries, asking Disney to dub the movie into Egyptian Arabic, as Disney used to dub all their movies to Egyptian Arabic since 1975, before unfortunately stopping in early 2012.
    • As a side note, the original Toy Story trilogy is considered as the most popular and loved Disney owned franchises in the Middle East, next to The Lion King, with all three movies dubbed in Egyptian Arabic the same years they were released.
  • This is the first Toy Story film not to feature the Green Army Men, due to the unfortunate death of R. Lee Ermey, the voice of Sarge, in 2018.
  • This marks the first and only time that Bo and Jessie, the two major female toys of the franchise, ever interact with each other.
  • This is the only time in a Toy Story movie the issue of how the toys are actually alive is addressed.
  • This is the first time Woody and Bo get upset with each other.
  • This marks the last time the 1967 MPAA logo would appear in the end credits for a feature-length Pixar film.
  • This is fourth Pixar film to gross a billion dollars worldwide, after Toy Story 3, Finding Dory, and Incredibles 2.
  • This is the second Toy Story story to be released in 2019 first being Kingdom Hearts 3.
  • This is the first Toy Story film to not be the highest-grossing animated film of the year.
  • Toy Story 4 was nominated for "Favorite Animated Movie" at the 2020 Kids' Choice Awards, but lost to Frozen II.
  • To date, this is the only G-rated film in history where LGBT characters are present; two married moms are shown twice in the background during the kindergarten scene. That may partially explain the film being designated a TV-PG rating on FX broadcasts.
  • Rex, Slinky, Mr. Potato Head, and Hamm have far less screen time in this movie compared to all the screen time they got in the first three films.
  • The eighth animated sequel to be produced in a 2.39:1 aspect ratio, unlike the previous installments which were produced at 1.85:1, after Rugrats Go Wild, Shrek Forever After, Ice Age: Continental Drift, Planes: Fire & Rescue, Ice Age: Collision Course, Despicable Me 3, and Sherlock Gnomes.
  • This film was theatrically released on the same day as Child's Play. This horror film came out with a set of posters featuring Chucky killing parody versions of the Toy Story characters.
  • This is the last film Estelle Harris, the voice of Mrs. Potato Head, starred in before her death in 2022.
  • The ending is similar to Avengers: Endgame:
    • Both main characters have one last adventure.
    • Both feature reuniting old friends.
    • Main character passes something to lead for the next gen. (Sherriff's badge, Shield)
    • Two best friends hug it out one last time. (Steve, Bucky, Woody, Buzz)
    • Main character reunited and have a new adventure (Woody and Bo Peep, Peggy and Steve)

Easter eggs[]

  • The Dinoco gas station from the first film (and the Cars franchise) and Poultry Palace from the Toy Story Toon, Small Fry, make a cameo in the film during the song "I Can't Let You Throw Yourself Away".
  • While talking with Forky, Woody recalls the events of the first film, including Buzz's delusions of being a real space ranger, which Forky finds ridiculous. Similarly, while catching up with Bo Peep, Woody mentions that Andy left for collage years ago, which was seen in Toy Story 3.
  • Among the object Bo Peep found over the years is a grape soda bottle cap from Up.
  • The carnival worker, Axel has a Pizza Planet Truck tattoo on one of his legs.
  • When Buzz and Bo Peep reunite, she calls him her "old moving buddy", a reference to the first film.
  • Tinny from Tin Toy appears inside the "Tiki Frenzy" pinball machine.
    • In the pinball machine, a toy eagle resembling Franklin the Bald Eagle from Small Fry can be seen among the toys inside.
  • In the antique store, there are many references to other Pixar films.
    • A box can be seen with the words "Casey Jr. Cookies". This box appeared before in A Bug's Life.
    • P. Sherman's diver mask and a mounted barracuda resembling the one at the beginning of Finding Nemo also made a cameo.
    • There are DVD's reading "Knick Knack", "Red's Dream", and "Lifted", with are all Pixar films.
    • A plate can be seen with the words "Wally B." and a picture of him.
  • Among the prizes at the carnival are Hector's guitar from Coco and toy rockets with the Luxo Ball printed on them.
  • A boy at the carnival has a Frozone action figure.
  • The mid-credits scenes take place in the "New Stanton Beach", a reference to Pixar director Andrew Stanton.
  • A reference to Pixar's next film, Onward is made; the bounce house has the same pattern as Barley's van, Guinevere.
  • The police car's number was 2319, the same emergency code from Monsters, Inc..
  • During a mid-credits scene, Ducky calls a duo of toad toys "Rainbow Connection", while Bunny asks them "You Mr. Toads wanna take a wild ride with a kid?", a reference to "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride".
  • The film won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature and this makes Toy Story the first animated movie series to win an Oscar for Best Animated Feature twice after Toy Story 3 won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature at the 83rd Academy Awards.

External links[]


v - e - d
Toy Story logo
Media
Films: Toy Story (video/soundtrack/The Legacy Collection) • Toy Story 2 (video/soundtrack) • Toy Story 3 (video/soundtrack) • Toy Story 4 (video/soundtrack) • Toy Story 5Toy Story of Terror! (soundtrack) • Toy Story That Time ForgotLamp Life

Shows: Toy Story TreatsToy Story Toons (Hawaiian Vacation/Small Fry/Partysaurus Rex)Forky Asks a Question
Video Games: Toy Story: The Video GameToy Story 2: The Video GameToy Story 3: The Video GameToy Story: Animated StoryBookToy Story: Activity CenterToy Story 2: Activity CenterToy Story RacerBuzz Lightyear Astro Blasters OnlineToy Story Mania!Toy Story: Smash It!Toy Story Drop!Kinect Rush: A Disney/Pixar AdventureDisney InfinityDisney Crossy RoadLEGO The IncrediblesKingdom Hearts IIIDisney Emoji BlitzDisney Heroes: Battle ModeDisney Getaway BlastDisney Speedstorm
Books: The Art of Toy Story 3/4The Toy Story Films: An Animated Journey

Disney Parks
Toy Story Land (Paris, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Florida) • Toy Story HotelDisney's All-Star Movies ResortAndy’s Backyard GamesAlien Swirling SaucersBuzz Lightyear's Space Ranger SpinCarnival CorralCountry Bear Musical JamboreeThe Magic of Disney AnimationGarden of the Twelve FriendsGames of Pixar PierIt's a Small WorldJessie's Critter CarouselPLAY!Pixar Pal-A-RoundRC RacerSlinky Dog DashSlinky Dog Zigzag SpinToy Soldier Parachute DropToy Story Midway Mania!Woody's Round-UpWoody's Roundup Village

Entertainment: "A Whole New World" A Magical Disney Songbook 2Disney's Showtime SpectacularFantasmic!Horseshoe RoundupMickey and the Wondrous BookMickey presents: “Happy Anniversary Disneyland Paris”Mickey's Magical Music WorldOnce Upon a MousePixar Playtime PalsPixar Pals Playtime PartyThe Golden MickeysToy Story: The MusicalTOGETHER: a Pixar Musical Adventure
Restaurants: Alien Pizza PlanetToy Box CafeToy Story Pizza Planet ArcadeWoody’s Lunch BoxPoultry PalaceRoundup Rodeo BBQ Restaurant
Shops: Al's Toy BarnAndy's EngineAndy's Toy BoxBuzz's Star CommandLittle Green Men Store CommandSlinky Dog's Gift TrolleyToy Story Playland Boutique
Parades: Block Party BashDisney's Dreams On Parade: Moving OnDisney's Party ExpressDisney Adventure Friends CavalcadeDisney Cinema ParadeDisney Magic on ParadeDisney on ParadeDisney Stars on ParadeDreams.... And Shine Brighter!Flights of Fantasy ParadeHappiness is Here ParadeJubilation!Mickey's New Year's Eve ParadeMove It! Shake It! Dance and Play It! Street PartyMickey's Rainy Day ExpressMickey's Storybook ExpressPaint The Night ParadePixar Play ParadeTokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights
Fireworks: Celebrate the MagicCelebrate! Tokyo DisneylandDisney EnchantmentHappily Ever AfterIlluminate! A Nighttime CelebrationThe Magic, the Memories and YouMomentousTogether Forever: A Pixar Nighttime SpectacularWorld of Color
Spring: Disney's Easter WonderlandDisney's Spring Promenade
Summer: Mickey's WaterWorksPixar Water Play Street Party!Stitch and Friends Summer Surprise
Halloween: The Nightmare Experiment
Christmas: A Christmas Fantasy ParadeA Totally Tomorrowland ChristmasDisney Christmas StoriesDisney Dreams! of ChristmasDisney Gifts of ChristmasDisney's White Holiday ParadeLa Parade de Noël DisneyMickey's Most Merriest Celebration

Characters
Toys: WoodyBuzz LightyearBo PeepBilly, Goat, and GruffSargeGreen Army MenBarrel of MonkeysHamm LennyLittle Green MenMr. Potato HeadRCRexMr. MikeSee 'n SaySlinky DogBabyfaceMutant ToysZurg BotsMrs. Potato HeadWheezyEtch A SketchBullseyeJessieStinky PeteTour Guide BarbieBarbieUtility Belt BuzzEmperor ZurgRock 'Em Sock 'Em RobotsChatter TelephoneChunkBig BabyMonkeyJack-in-the-BoxLotsoTwitchKenBookwormSparksStretchMr. PricklepantsButtercupPeas-in-a-PodTotoroTrixieChucklesDollyFun Meal Buzz LightyearFun Meal Emperor ZurgDiscarded Fun Meal ToysCaptain SudsChuck E. DuckDrips the WhaleCombat CarlPocketeerPEZ CatLEGO BunnyOld TimerTransitronAngel KittyThe ClericReptillus MaximusRay-GonGoliathonDino-HoundsBattlesaursForkyDucky and BunnyGabby GabbyThe BensonsDuke CaboomGiggle McDimplesMelephant BrooksChairol BurnettBitey WhiteCarl ReinerocerosTinnyKaren BeverlyRib Tickles

Humans: Andy DavisMolly DavisMrs. DavisSid PhillipsHannah PhillipsAl McWhigginGeriEmilyBonnie AndersonMr. AndersonMrs. AndersonDaisyRonald TompkinsMasonHarmonyMargaret the Store OwnerCarolMiss WendyAxel the CarnieRosieRejeanBilly
Animals: ScudBusterMr. JonesDragon the Cat
Deleted characters: ShakesSeñorita CactusBizz Leapyear, Buzztron, and Blip Laserfist

Locations
Andy's HouseSid's HouseDinocoPizza PlanetAl's Toy BarnAl's PenthouseTri-County International AirportWild WestSunnyside DaycareKen's Dream HouseBonnie's HouseDaisy's HouseTri-County SanitationTri-County LandfillIncineratorPoultry PalaceSleep WellSecond Chance AntiquesThe Carnival
Objects
Pixar BallPizza Planet TruckEggman MoversThe ClawThe Davis's Family VanFar East Airlines Jet
Songs
Films: You've Got a Friend in MeStrange ThingsI Will Go Sailing No MoreWoody's RoundupWhen She Loved MeWe Belong TogetherDream WeaverLe FreakBattlesaurs ThemeThe Ballad of the Lonesome CowboyI Can't Let You Throw Yourself AwayLivin' ThingGravityThe FoolPlastic Spaceman

Miscellaneous: Midway ManiaHot PotatoMy Unexpected Friend

See Also
A113Black Friday reelToy Story (Original Treatment)Toy Story 3 (Circle 7 Screenplay)The Science Behind PixarPixar in a BoxAstro Blasters RobotsStar Command


v - e - d
Disney1990
Walt Disney Animation Studios
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) • Pinocchio (1940) • Fantasia (1940) • Dumbo (1941) • Bambi (1942) • Saludos Amigos (1942) • The Three Caballeros (1944) • Make Mine Music (1946) • Fun and Fancy Free (1947) • Melody Time (1948) • The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949) • Cinderella (1950) • Alice in Wonderland (1951) • Peter Pan (1953) • Lady and the Tramp (1955) • Sleeping Beauty (1959) • One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961) • The Sword in the Stone (1963) • The Jungle Book (1967) • The Aristocats (1970) • Robin Hood (1973) • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) • The Rescuers (1977) • The Fox and the Hound (1981) • The Black Cauldron (1985) • The Great Mouse Detective (1986) • Oliver & Company (1988) • The Little Mermaid (1989) • The Rescuers Down Under (1990) • Beauty and the Beast (1991) • Aladdin (1992) • The Lion King (1994) • Pocahontas (1995) • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) • Hercules (1997) • Mulan (1998) • Tarzan (1999) • Fantasia 2000 (1999) • Dinosaur (2000) • The Emperor's New Groove (2000) • Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) • Lilo & Stitch (2002) • Treasure Planet (2002) • Brother Bear (2003) • Home on the Range (2004) • Chicken Little (2005) • Meet the Robinsons (2007) • Bolt (2008) • The Princess and the Frog (2009) • Tangled (2010) • Winnie the Pooh (2011) • Wreck-It Ralph (2012) · Frozen (2013) • Big Hero 6 (2014) • Zootopia (2016) • Moana (2016) • Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018) • Frozen II (2019) • Raya and the Last Dragon (2021) • Encanto (2021)Strange World (2022) • Wish (2023)

Upcoming: Moana 2 (2024) • Zootopia 2 (2025) • Frozen III (2026) • Frozen IV (TBA)

Pixar Animation Studios
Toy Story (1995) • A Bug's Life (1998) • Toy Story 2 (1999) · Monsters, Inc. (2001) • Finding Nemo (2003) • The Incredibles (2004) • Cars (2006) • Ratatouille (2007) • WALL-E (2008) • Up (2009) • Toy Story 3 (2010) • Cars 2 (2011) • Brave (2012) • Monsters University (2013) • Inside Out (2015) • The Good Dinosaur (2015) • Finding Dory (2016) • Cars 3 (2017) • Coco (2017) • Incredibles 2 (2018) • Toy Story 4 (2019) • Onward (2020) • Soul (2020) • Luca (2021) • Turning Red (2022) • Lightyear (2022) • Elemental (2023) • Inside Out 2 (2024)

Upcoming: Elio (2025) • Toy Story 5 (2026)

Disneytoon Studios
DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990) • A Goofy Movie (1995) • The Tigger Movie (2000) · Peter Pan: Return to Never Land (2002) • The Jungle Book 2 (2003) • Piglet's Big Movie (2003) • Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005) • Planes (2013) • Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014)
Disney Television Animation
Doug's 1st Movie (1999) • Recess: School's Out (2001) • Teacher's Pet (2004)
20th Century Animation
Spies in Disguise (2019) • Ron's Gone Wrong (2021) • The Bob's Burgers Movie (2022)
Films with Stop Motion Animation
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) • James and the Giant Peach (1996) • Frankenweenie (2012)
Other Disney units
The Brave Little Toaster (1987) • Valiant (2005) • The Wild (2006) • A Christmas Carol (2009) • Gnomeo & Juliet (2011) • Mars Needs Moms (2011) • Strange Magic (2015) • The Lion King (2019)

Upcoming: Mufasa: The Lion King (2024)

Live-Action Films with Non-CG Animation
The Reluctant Dragon (1941) • Victory Through Air Power (1943) • Song of the South (1946) • So Dear to My Heart (1949) • Mary Poppins (1964) • Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971) • Pete's Dragon (1977) • Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) • The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003) • Enchanted (2007) • Mary Poppins Returns (2018)
Advertisement