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''Where the Toys Come From'' is a lesser-known animated movie that premiered on Creator/DisneyChannel in 1983 before being released on video a year later.

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''Where the Toys Come From'' is a lesser-known animated movie that premiered on Creator/DisneyChannel in 1983 before being released on video a year later.


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* TheCameo: Popeye makes a cameo in toy form, as well as the Franchise/{{Zoids}} when they get to Japan. Tomy's tabletop ''Film/{{Tron}}'' game makes a cameo as well.

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* TheCameo: Popeye Franchise/{{Popeye}} makes a cameo in toy form, as well as the Franchise/{{Zoids}} when they get to Japan. Tomy's tabletop ''Film/{{Tron}}'' game makes a cameo as well.


Where The Toys Come From is a lesser known movie that premiered on Creator/DisneyChannel before being released on video a year later

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Where The ''Where the Toys Come From From'' is a lesser known lesser-known animated movie that premiered on Creator/DisneyChannel in 1983 before being released on video a year later
later.



Encouraged by their fellow toys and the little girl who owns them, the two of them embark on an adventure to find out the answer, ultimately traveling to Japan and literally meeting their maker

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Encouraged by their fellow toys and the little girl who owns them, the two of them embark on an adventure to find out the answer, ultimately traveling to Japan and literally meeting their makermaker.



* WingdingEyes: Peepers and Zoom, but [[RuleOfFunny it's funnier when it happens to the one-eyed Zoom.]]

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* WingdingEyes: Peepers and Zoom, but [[RuleOfFunny it's funnier when it happens to the one-eyed Zoom.]]]]

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* TheCameo: Popeye makes a cameo in toy form, as well as the Franchise/{{Zoids}} when they get to Japan.

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* TheCameo: Popeye makes a cameo in toy form, as well as the Franchise/{{Zoids}} when they get to Japan. Tomy's tabletop ''Film/{{Tron}}'' game makes a cameo as well.



* ImagineSpot: Zoom imagines a Zoid wearing ''a lobster bib with Zoom's picture on it.''
* ItRunsOnNonsensoleum: By mentally retracing their steps, Peepers and Zoom are somehow able to rewind time.



* ThankTheMaker: When Peepers confirms that Kenji designed them, Zoom looks up at the human as a HolyBacklight envelops him and a HolyPipeOrgan plays behind him.

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* ThankTheMaker: When Peepers confirms that Kenji designed them, Zoom looks up at the human as a HolyBacklight envelops him and a HolyPipeOrgan plays behind him.him.
* WingdingEyes: Peepers and Zoom, but [[RuleOfFunny it's funnier when it happens to the one-eyed Zoom.]]


* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The two wind-ups end up in a room full off old LCD video games that are beeping and flashing. As they're watching them Zoom seems to be affected by the flashing and cries for help before it suddenly cuts to the two of them fleeing the room. This is never brought up again
* TheCameo: Popeye makes a cameo in toy form, as well as the Franchise/{{Zoids}} when they get to Japan
* DeadpanSnarker: Zoom throughout their trip, though later thanks Peepers for dragging him along
* LivingToys: Falls under the Toy Masquerade type on the SlidingScaleOfLivingToys
* OldDarkHouse: The toys first stop is a toy museum to go ask the older toys for advice. It's night out and the place is downright creepy, not helped by the music that plays either
* ProductPlacement: For a lot of different toys, but Tomy toys mostly
* ProductPromotionParade: The film tends to delve into montage of toys doing toy things more than a few times. It's mostly to just show off toys with some music behind them. No names are dropped however so it's more of an artistic example

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The two wind-ups end up in a room full off old LCD video games that are beeping and flashing. As they're watching them Zoom seems to be affected by the flashing and cries for help before it suddenly cuts to the two of them fleeing the room. This is never brought up again
* TheCameo: Popeye makes a cameo in toy form, as well as the Franchise/{{Zoids}} when they get to Japan
Japan.
* DeadpanSnarker: Zoom throughout their trip, though later thanks Peepers for dragging him along
along.
* HolyPipeOrgan: When Peepers realizes that [[ThankTheMaker Kenji is his designer]], Kenji is briefly enveloped by a HolyBacklight as a church organ plays a rolling chord.
* LivingToys: Falls under the Toy Masquerade type on the SlidingScaleOfLivingToys
SlidingScaleOfLivingToys.
* OldDarkHouse: The toys first stop is a toy museum to go ask the older toys for advice. It's night out and the place is downright creepy, not helped by the music that plays either
either.
* ProductPlacement: For a lot of different toys, but Tomy toys mostly
mostly.
* ProductPromotionParade: The film tends to delve into montage of toys doing toy things more than a few times. It's mostly to just show off toys with some music behind them. No names are dropped however so it's more of an artistic exampleexample.



* ThankTheMaker: When Peepers confirms that Kenji designed them, Zoom looks up at the human as a HolyBacklight envelops him and an OminousPipeOrgan plays behind him

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* ThankTheMaker: When Peepers confirms that Kenji designed them, Zoom looks up at the human as a HolyBacklight envelops him and an OminousPipeOrgan a HolyPipeOrgan plays behind himhim.


Where The Toys Come From is a lesser known movie that premiered on DisneyChannel before being released on video a year later

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Where The Toys Come From is a lesser known movie that premiered on DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel before being released on video a year later



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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The two wind-ups end up in a room full off old LCD video games that are beeping and flashing. As they're watching them Zoom seems to be affected by the flashing and cries for help before it suddenly cuts to the two of them fleeing the room. This is never brought up again
* TheCameo: Popeye makes a cameo in toy form, as well as the Franchise/{{Zoids}} when they get to Japan



* LivingToys: Falls under the Toy Masquerade type on the SlidingScaleOfLivingToys



* LivingToys

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* LivingToysProductPlacement: For a lot of different toys, but Tomy toys mostly
* ProductPromotionParade: The film tends to delve into montage of toys doing toy things more than a few times. It's mostly to just show off toys with some music behind them. No names are dropped however so it's more of an artistic example

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Where The Toys Come From is a lesser known movie that premiered on DisneyChannel before being released on video a year later

Peepers and Zoom are two wind-up toys who ponder that age old question: "[[HowWeGotHere Where do we come from?]]"

Encouraged by their fellow toys and the little girl who owns them, the two of them embark on an adventure to find out the answer, ultimately traveling to Japan and literally meeting their maker
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* DeadpanSnarker: Zoom throughout their trip, though later thanks Peepers for dragging him along
* OldDarkHouse: The toys first stop is a toy museum to go ask the older toys for advice. It's night out and the place is downright creepy, not helped by the music that plays either
* LivingToys
* StraightManAndWiseGuy: Peepers is the sensible albeit slightly nervous one, while Zoom is the DeadpanSnarker who gets roped into the adventure.
* ThankTheMaker: When Peepers confirms that Kenji designed them, Zoom looks up at the human as a HolyBacklight envelops him and an OminousPipeOrgan plays behind him

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