Toy Story

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Released in 1995, Toy Story was the first computer-animated feature film and the debut feature release from Pixar Animation Studios, released by Walt Disney Pictures. Nominated for three Oscars and recipient of a Special Achievement Academy Award, the film introduced the beloved heroic pair of Woody and Buzz Lightyear, whose adventures would lead to acclaimed sequels (including the Oscar-winning Toy Story 3) as well as TV specials, additional short films and theme park attractions. The simple story of a roomful of toys and their owner, a young boy named Andy, has become a touchstone for generations of families over the past two decades, and its revolutionary use of computer animation has now become a standard approach for animated feature films. Now with treasures from the Margaret Herrick Library and the Academy Film Archive, let's take a look back at the film that started  it all...