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The first title under the real Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection was Toy Story, released on January 11, 2000 on VHS (with the first copies produced in December 1999), and on October 17, 2000 on DVD (with Toy Story 2; a stand-alone DVD was released in 2001). This Special Edition was available until May 1, 2003.


Synopsis

The first full-length feature film animated entirely on computers, Toy Story is the original smash hit that captured the hearts of audiences worldwide.

As six-year-old Andy's favorite toy, Woody (Tom Hanks) is confident in his role as room leader. But when Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) crash-lands into Woody's world as Andy's most important birthday present, a rivalry is created that lands the duo inside the home of Sid - the toy-torturing boy next door. As Woody and Buzz work together to escape, they realize they've got the perfect friend...in each other!

Voiced by a powerhouse comedic cast, and featuring Randy Newman's Academy-Award-nominated music, Toy Story etched its name into motion picture history and earned director John Lasseter a Special Achievement Academy Award. Now you can own the one that started it all!

Supplements

2000 English US/Canadian VHS

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens October 21, 1997
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo March 5, 1992
3 Walt Disney Company intro/"Coming to Video & Disney DVD" Bumper January 11, 2000
4 Video preview for Tarzan October 26, 1999
5 Trailer for An Extremely Goofy Movie November 9, 1999
6 Trailer for Sing a Song with Tigger January 11, 2000
7 Trailer for The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea January 11, 2000
8 Trailer for Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins January 11, 2000
9 Promo for the Disney.com website October 26, 1999
10 Join Us After the Feature (Toy Story) January 11, 2000
11 Tin Toy August 2, 1988
12 Feature Presentation January 11, 2000
13 Full Screen Format Disclaimer January 22, 1994
14 THX logo August 29, 1995
15 Toy Story November 22, 1995
16 "You've Got a Friend in Me" music video January 11, 2000
17 The Story Behind Toy Story January 11, 2000

French Canadian VHS

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 7, 1991
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo March 5, 1992
3 Bientôt Disponible sur Vidéocassette January 11, 2000
4 Trailer for Tarzan February 12, 1999
5 Trailer for The Fox and the Hound October 26, 1999
6 Trailer for Toy Story 2 January 11, 2000
7 Promo for Walt Disney World January 11, 2000
8 Notre Programme Principal January 11, 2000
9 Toy Story November 22, 1995

DVD

List price
  • $39.99 (DVD; in a 2-pack set)
  • $69.99 (Ultimate Toy Box Collector's Edition)
Chapters 30
Aspect ratio 16:9 (Anamorphic)
Disc format Single Side, Dual Layer
Audio
  • English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • English (Dolby Surround)
  • French (Dolby Surround)
  • Spanish (Dolby Surround)
Subtitles
  • English SDH
  • Spanish
Region code 1, 4 (NTSC)
Bonus material
  • Academy Award-Winning Short: Tin Toy
  • THX-Certified

Only in the Ultimate Toy Box Collector's Edition:

  • Audio Commentary by the Filmmakers
  • The Making of Toy Story
  • Multi-Language Reel
  • On-Set Interviews with Buzz & Woody
  • Toy Story Treats
  • 5.1 Sound Effects-Only Track

In Other Countries

Country of origin Format Release date
Japan VHS April 21, 2000
Japan DVD November 2, 2000
South Korea DVD December 7, 2000

Trivia

  • On this release, the French Canadian version's opening credits look more refined than on the 1996 release, bearing closer resemblance to the font used by other language versions and with the title appearing behind Woody like in other language versions instead of cutting in like on the 1996 release.

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