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Toy Story Film Summary & Analysis

John Lasseter
This Study Guide consists of approximately 23 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Toy Story.
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Style and Cinematography

Toy Story was the first feature length, computer-animated film in history. With the combined talents of both Walt Disney Studios and Pixar Animation, Lasseter and Disney created a film that would change the world of animation forever. Today, many more movies have been created entirely by computer animation. However, few eclipse the pioneering Toy Story, which used computers to build an imaginative world in which toys are the main characters and have complex feelings and lives, just like humans.

As mentioned, one of the great secrets to the success of Toy Story was its focus on pleasing an age-diverse audience. The film's writers knew that parents would bring their children to the film and they decided that adults deserved to enjoy the film just as much as young people. Many animated films before Toy Story were focused primarily on the children, containing little humor or...

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