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Creator/{{Pixar}} proved from the beginning that, pioneer in the art of animation or not, your films are nothing without heart. The ''Franchise/ToyStory'' films showcase it ''big time''.

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Creator/{{Pixar}} proved from the beginning that, pioneer in the art of CGI animation or not, your films are nothing without heart. The ''Franchise/ToyStory'' films showcase it ''big time''.



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** In "Hawaiian Vacation", all the toys doing their best to help Barbie and Ken having fun Hawaiian vacations after they missed the chance to get to the real article.
** In "Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues at the group therapy.

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** In "Hawaiian Vacation", ''Hawaiian Vacation'', all the toys doing their best to help make sure Barbie and Ken having have fun Hawaiian "Hawaiian" vacations after they missed the chance to get to the real article.
** In "Small Fry", ''Small Fry'', Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues at the group therapy.


** In "Hawaiian Vacation", all the toys doing their best to help Barbie and Ken having fun Hawaiian vacations after missing the chance to get to the real article.

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** In "Hawaiian Vacation", all the toys doing their best to help Barbie and Ken having fun Hawaiian vacations after missing they missed the chance to get to the real article.


* In "Hawaiian Vacation", all the toys doing their best to help Barbie and Ken having fun Hawaiian vacations after missing the chance to get to the real article.
* In "Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues at the group therapy.

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* ** In "Hawaiian Vacation", all the toys doing their best to help Barbie and Ken having fun Hawaiian vacations after missing the chance to get to the real article.
* ** In "Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues at the group therapy.


* In the ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryToons'' short "Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues at the group therapy.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryToons'':
* In "Hawaiian Vacation", all the ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryToons'' short toys doing their best to help Barbie and Ken having fun Hawaiian vacations after missing the chance to get to the real article.
* In
"Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues at the group therapy.


!!''Toy Story Toons''

* In "Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues at the group therapy.

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!!''Toy Story Toons''

!!Others

* In the ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryToons'' short "Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues at the group therapy.



!!Production & Deleted Scenes

* In a deleted scene, Woody tries to distract Buzz from Andy with a claim of evil invaders out to find him from another part of the house. It fails because Buzz then insists on sticking close by Andy. It's nice to see that, even in his early delusional state, Buzz had a sense of loyalty towards Andy.
-->'''Buzz:''' ''[patrolling Andy's bed]'' Don't worry, Andy. ''No one'' gets past Buzz Lightyear.
* Even the infamous Black Friday reel has one. As Woody browbeats Slinky for not guarding him from the angry mob of toys, Potato Head, Hamm and even the usually timid Rex pull a GoThroughMe. While this early rendition seems to have Slinky exist as muscle for its more villainous Woody, even the other toys think Woody's [[BadBoss taken his treatment of him too far]].


* In "Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues.

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* In "Small Fry", Buzz deciding to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issues.
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Pixar proved from the beginning that, pioneer in the art of animation or not, your films are nothing without heart. The ''Franchise/ToyStory'' films prove it ''big time''.

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Pixar Creator/{{Pixar}} proved from the beginning that, pioneer in the art of animation or not, your films are nothing without heart. The ''Franchise/ToyStory'' films prove showcase it ''big time''.




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* In "Small Fry," Buzz deciding [[spoiler: to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issue.]]

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* ''Heartwarming/{{Toy Story|1995}}''
* ''Heartwarming/ToyStory2''
* ''Heartwarming/ToyStory3''
* ''Heartwarming/ToyStory4''

!!''Toy Story Toons''

* In "Small Fry," Fry", Buzz deciding [[spoiler: to help the cunning little fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issue.]]

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!!Production & Deleted Scenes


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Pixar proved from the beginning that, pioneer in the art of animation or not, your film is nothing without heart. Here's proof.

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Pixar proved from the beginning that, pioneer in the art of animation or not, your film is films are nothing without heart. Here's proof.The ''Franchise/ToyStory'' films prove it ''big time''.



[[AC:The Film]]
* What better way to begin the groundbreaking Creator/{{Pixar}} legacy of SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments than with "[[EarWorm You've Got a Friend in Me]]"?
** Perfect for bringing viewers back into the mood when they used it in the teaser for and beginning of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''.
* The 3D double feature in theaters. Most of the 3D was pretty subtle, but at the end of the first film, there's a bunch of little kids reaching up to catch the 3D "snow" that was falling into the audience. Awwww.
* Sarge refusing to abandon any of his soldiers after Andy's mother accidentally steps on one.
-->'''Wounded Solider:''' Go on without me. Just go!\\
'''Sarge:''' A good soldier never leaves a man behind.
** When the soldiers make it to their hiding place, Sarge's first concern is getting the "okay" on the wounded soldier from the medic.
* The scene when Woody is trying to snap Buzz out of his funk and tells him, "Over in that house is a kid who thinks you are the greatest, and it's not because you're a space ranger, pal. It's because you're a ''toy''. You are ''his'' toy!" Especially good when you read it in the "toys-as-parents" interpretation.
** When Buzz still doesn't get it, why Andy would be interested in "just a toy", Woody goes on to talk about Buzz's cool features. This is a big step for Woody, who finally admits that, yes, a Buzz Lightyear action figure ''is'' cooler than a Sheriff Woody doll. Recognizing that his own jealously provoked the events that led to their situation, Woody sullenly asks Buzz to save himself, as he feels ''he'' should be strapped to Sid's rocket. At this point, Buzz looks at the "Andy" written on his foot, and regains his drive- not to escape on his own, but to help Woody get out as well- And a sense of purpose as a toy. "C'mon, Sheriff. There's a kid over in that house that needs us."
** Buzz retaining his character's signature sense of justice and adventure throughout all three films, despite realizing he's not actually a space ranger.
* "Buzz, we missed the truck!" "We're not aiming for the truck!"
** This implies that, after all he's been through, he truly does care for both Andy ''and'' Woody.
** Buzz and Woody winking at each other after Andy picks them up.
* "Buzz, you're flying!" "[[MeaningfulEcho This isn't flying! This is falling with style!]]" It may not make sense, but anyone who didn't feel a little glow in their heart at that moment is a ''liar''.
* Woody is about to be, for better or worse, killed by Scud. What does he say to Buzz? "Take care of Andy for me!"
** Followed by Buzz jumping on Scud whilst yelling "[[BigNo Nooooooooooooooooo!]]", saving Woody.
* At the end of the "Strange Things" sequence, even though it transitions into a Tearjerker once we see Woody's state, it's still pretty sweet to see Andy sleeping peacefully with Buzz, and the other toys also sleeping blissfully on the toy shelf.
* Subtle one: In the moving van scene, when Slinky is holding Woody and is getting stretched, Slinky says he 'can't hold on much longer'. He meant it. He really can't. One look behind him as he says it, the slink is completely straight, much more exposure would result in him snapping in two, and by extension, dying. Slinky sure was keen to prove his loyalty, just short of willing to die for it. Maybe even willing, though in this case, HeroicSacrifice would not have been very effective.
* When the other toys accuse Woody of trying to murder Buzz, when Woody protests his innocence, Slinky instantly believes him. He and Bo are also seen angrily trying to stop the other toys attacking Woody afterwards.
* The scene where Sid's toys fix the Pteranodon toy and the Janie doll by switching their heads back, showing despite all Sid has done to them, they're still good, they care for each other, and they try to fix whatever damage Sid inflicts on them if they can.
* While also counting as a Funny moment, after Sid had tortured Woody but using a magnifying glass to burn his forehead and Woody cooling his head in a bowl of cereal, Buzz (covered in plungers) walks up to Woody, pats him on the back, and wholeheartedly commended Woody's "willingness" to remain silent.
-->'''Buzz:''' You all right? ''[[SmackOnTheBack [slaps Woody on the back]]]'' I'm proud of you Sheriff; a lesser man would've talked under such torture.
* All the toys having fun during Christmas.
* The mutant toys coming together and answering Woody's plea to rescue Buzz from being blown up. After they pull it off, Buzz offers a handshake to Woody who graciously accepts. As they leave Sid's yard, Woody thanks the mutant toys for their help.

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[[AC:The Film]]
* What better way to begin the groundbreaking Creator/{{Pixar}} legacy of SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments than with "[[EarWorm You've Got a Friend in Me]]"?
** Perfect for bringing viewers back into the mood when they used it in the teaser for and beginning of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''.
* The 3D double feature in theaters. Most of the 3D was pretty subtle, but at the end of the first film, there's a bunch of little kids reaching up to catch the 3D "snow" that was falling into the audience. Awwww.
* Sarge refusing to abandon any of his soldiers after Andy's mother accidentally steps on one.
-->'''Wounded Solider:''' Go on without me. Just go!\\
'''Sarge:''' A good soldier never leaves a man behind.
** When the soldiers make it to their hiding place, Sarge's first concern is getting the "okay" on the wounded soldier from the medic.
* The scene when Woody is trying to snap Buzz out of his funk and tells him, "Over in that house is a kid who thinks you are the greatest, and it's not because you're a space ranger, pal. It's because you're a ''toy''. You are ''his'' toy!" Especially good when you read it in the "toys-as-parents" interpretation.
** When Buzz still doesn't get it, why Andy would be interested in "just a toy", Woody goes on to talk about Buzz's cool features. This is a big step for Woody, who finally admits that, yes, a Buzz Lightyear action figure ''is'' cooler than a Sheriff Woody doll. Recognizing that his own jealously provoked the events that led to their situation, Woody sullenly asks Buzz to save himself, as he feels ''he'' should be strapped to Sid's rocket. At this point, Buzz looks at the "Andy" written on his foot, and regains his drive- not to escape on his own, but to help Woody get out as well- And a sense of purpose as a toy. "C'mon, Sheriff. There's a kid over in that house that needs us."
** Buzz retaining his character's signature sense of justice and adventure throughout all three films, despite realizing he's not actually a space ranger.
* "Buzz, we missed the truck!" "We're not aiming for the truck!"
** This implies that, after all he's been through, he truly does care for both Andy ''and'' Woody.
** Buzz and Woody winking at each other after Andy picks them up.
* "Buzz, you're flying!" "[[MeaningfulEcho This isn't flying! This is falling with style!]]" It may not make sense, but anyone who didn't feel a little glow in their heart at that moment is a ''liar''.
* Woody is about to be, for better or worse, killed by Scud. What does he say to Buzz? "Take care of Andy for me!"
** Followed by Buzz jumping on Scud whilst yelling "[[BigNo Nooooooooooooooooo!]]", saving Woody.
* At the end of the "Strange Things" sequence, even though it transitions into a Tearjerker once we see Woody's state, it's still pretty sweet to see Andy sleeping peacefully with Buzz, and the other toys also sleeping blissfully on the toy shelf.
* Subtle one: In the moving van scene, when Slinky is holding Woody and is getting stretched, Slinky says he 'can't hold on much longer'. He meant it. He really can't. One look behind him as he says it, the slink is completely straight, much more exposure would result in him snapping in two, and by extension, dying. Slinky sure was keen to prove his loyalty, just short of willing to die for it. Maybe even willing, though in this case, HeroicSacrifice would not have been very effective.
* When the other toys accuse Woody of trying to murder Buzz, when Woody protests his innocence, Slinky instantly believes him. He and Bo are also seen angrily trying to stop the other toys attacking Woody afterwards.
* The scene where Sid's toys fix the Pteranodon toy and the Janie doll by switching their heads back, showing despite all Sid has done to them, they're still good, they care for each other, and they try to fix whatever damage Sid inflicts on them if they can.
* While also counting as a Funny moment, after Sid had tortured Woody but using a magnifying glass to burn his forehead and Woody cooling his head in a bowl of cereal, Buzz (covered in plungers) walks up to Woody, pats him on the back, and wholeheartedly commended Woody's "willingness" to remain silent.
-->'''Buzz:''' You all right? ''[[SmackOnTheBack [slaps Woody on the back]]]'' I'm proud of you Sheriff; a lesser man would've talked under such torture.
* All the toys having fun during Christmas.
* The mutant toys coming together and answering Woody's plea to rescue Buzz from being blown up. After they pull it off, Buzz offers a handshake to Woody who graciously accepts. As they leave Sid's yard, Woody thanks the mutant toys for their help.


* Buzz accepting that he's a toy, and coming to the disheartened Woody's rescue.

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* ** When Buzz accepting still doesn't get it, why Andy would be interested in "just a toy", Woody goes on to talk about Buzz's cool features. This is a big step for Woody, who finally admits that, yes, a Buzz Lightyear action figure ''is'' cooler than a Sheriff Woody doll. Recognizing that he's a toy, his own jealously provoked the events that led to their situation, Woody sullenly asks Buzz to save himself, as he feels ''he'' should be strapped to Sid's rocket. At this point, Buzz looks at the "Andy" written on his foot, and coming regains his drive- not to the disheartened Woody's rescue.escape on his own, but to help Woody get out as well- And a sense of purpose as a toy. "C'mon, Sheriff. There's a kid over in that house that needs us."


* While also counting as a Funny moment, after Sid had tortured Woody but using a magnifying glass to burn his forehead and Woody cooling his head in a bowl of cereal, Buzz (Covered in plungers) walks up to Woody, pats him on the back, and wholeheartedly commended Woody's "willingness" to remain silent.
-->'''Buzz:''' You all right? (slaps Woody on the back) I'm proud of you Sheriff, a lesser man would've talk under such torture.

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* While also counting as a Funny moment, after Sid had tortured Woody but using a magnifying glass to burn his forehead and Woody cooling his head in a bowl of cereal, Buzz (Covered (covered in plungers) walks up to Woody, pats him on the back, and wholeheartedly commended Woody's "willingness" to remain silent.
-->'''Buzz:''' You all right? (slaps ''[[SmackOnTheBack [slaps Woody on the back) back]]]'' I'm proud of you Sheriff, Sheriff; a lesser man would've talk talked under such torture.



* In "Small Fry," Buzz deciding [[spoiler: to help the cunning little funmeal Buzz toy cope with his issue.]]

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* In "Small Fry," Buzz deciding [[spoiler: to help the cunning little funmeal fun meal Buzz toy cope with his issue.]]

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