Toy Story 2
Toy Story 2 is a CGI animation film and the sequel to Toy Story, which featured the adventures of a group of toys that come to life when no one is around to see them. more...
Like the first film, Toy Story 2 was produced by Pixar Animation Studios, directed by John Lasseter, and released by Walt Disney Pictures and Buena Vista Distribution in the United States on November 18, 1999, and the United Kingdom on 11 February 2000.
- Sheriff Woody - Tom Hanks
- Buzz Lightyear - Tim Allen
- Jessie ("the yodlin' cowgirl") - Joan Cusack
- The Prospector (Stinky Pete) - Kelsey Grammer
- Al McWhiggin - Wayne Knight
- Rex - Wallace Shawn
- Hamm - John Ratzenberger
- Mr. Potato Head - Don Rickles
- Slinky Dog - Jim Varney
- Tour Guide Barbie - Jodi Benson
- Bo Peep - Annie Potts
- Wheezy the Penguin - Joe Ranft
- Evil Emperor Zurg - Andrew Stanton
- Geri the Cleaner - Jonathan Harris
Some time after the events of Toy Story, presumably the following summer, Andy rips his Woody doll while playing with him and Buzz. Woody is placed on the shelf, where he finds another broken toy, the penguin Wheezy, and begins to fear he'll soon be thrown away. When Wheezy is set out for a yard sale, Woody tries to rescue him, but ends up in the yard sale himself, where he is stolen by Al McWiggin, an obsessive toy collector and proprietor of "Al's Toy Barn". Buzz and several other toys set out to rescue Woody.
Woody is taken to Al's apartment, where he is greeted by Jessie, Bullseye, and the Prospector (an unsold toy still in its original box). They reveal to him that they are toys based on a forgotten children's TV show, Woody's Roundup. Now that Al has a Woody doll, he has a complete collection and intends to sell the toys to a museum in Japan. Woody initially insists that he has to get back to Andy, but Jessie reveals how she was forgotten and eventually abandoned by her owner as she grew up, and the prospector warns Woody that he faces the same fate as Andy ages. Woody agrees to go with the "Roundup Gang" to the museum.
Buzz and his friends search for Al at Al's Toy Barn, where Buzz gets into a scuffle with another Buzz Lightyear doll (who, like Buzz in the first movie, doesn't realize he's a toy), and the new Buzz sets off with the other toys for Al's apartment, believing it to be a genuine rescue mission. The original Buzz frees himself and follows them to the apartment.
When they get there, Woody tells them he doesn't want to be rescued and intends to go with his new friends to Japan, since he's now a "collector's item". Buzz reminds him "you are a child's plaything... you are a toy!" (ironically, Woody says exactly the same thing to Buzz in the first film) Woody figuratively, and literally, turns his back on Buzz and Buzz's group leaves without him. But Woody then has a change of heart and invites Jessie, Bullseye, and the Prospector to come home to Andy with him. The first two agree, but the Prospector locks them in the room, saying that the museum trip is his first chance (since he was never sold) and won't have Woody messing it up for him.
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