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Blake Clark also was in Home Improvement as Harry, with Tim Allen, who voices Buzz.
In the game, Buzz and Woody are both voiced by Jim Hanks and Stephen Stanton, respectively.
Troubled Production: When Pixar started on this film, they thought could save some time just using their old computer files of the main characters from the previous film. Unfortunately, when they tried, they found out that they neglected to keep them updated with their current operating system and thus were inaccessible for use and the animators had to remake the characters from scratch.
Due to Pixar not renewing its seven-film distribution deal with Disney in 2004 that would also give the latter full rights to its properties and sequel production, Toy Story 3 was intended to be produced by a newly established studio called Circle 7 Animation, along with sequels to Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo. It was to have a very different plot involving Buzz getting shipped back to Taiwan as part of a worldwide recall, and Woody and other toys meeting up with some "misfits" along the way. With the deal falling through in January 2006, and then-CEO Michael Eisner being succeeded by Bob Iger, Disney would purchase Pixar and give creative control back to them, providing a more potentially praised sequel than the original version, along with Monsters University and soon-to-be Finding Dory. Circle 7 would be shut down two months later, with most of the animators going to either the feature animation department or Disneytoon Studios.
Barbie: Originally, Woody's love interest was supposed to be a Barbie doll that wore a Pimped-Out Dress and was a Badass. Mattel at the time thought Toy Story would be a flop and couldn't allow the animators and writers to use her in the story. It wouldn't be until Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 that Barbie would be featured; first as a supporting character, then as one of the main characters.
Lotso: Word of God states that his character was made before the original Toy Story, as a Teddy Ruxpin Expy that was stuck in a bargain bin because his tape player was broken. He and his gang of other bargain-bin toys would've snuck out nightly to raid neighborhoods.