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** Lotso: WordOfGod states that his character was made ''before'' the original ''Toy Story'', as a Teddy Ruxpin {{Expy}} that was stuck in a bargain bin in a store because his tape player was broken. He and his gang of other bargain-bin toys would've snuck out nightly to raid neighborhoods of toys in the store. This concept would be reworked into ''WeesternAnimation/ToyStory4''[='=]s villain, Gabby Gabby.

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** Lotso: WordOfGod states that his character was made ''before'' the original ''Toy Story'', as a Teddy Ruxpin {{Expy}} that was stuck in a bargain bin in a store because his tape player was broken. He and his gang of other bargain-bin toys would've snuck out nightly to raid neighborhoods of toys in the store. This concept would be reworked into ''WeesternAnimation/ToyStory4''[='=]s ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4''[='=]s villain, Gabby Gabby.


** Lotso: WordOfGod states that his character was made ''before'' the original ''Toy Story'', as a Teddy Ruxpin {{Expy}} that was stuck in a bargain bin in a store because his tape player was broken. He and his gang of other bargain-bin toys would've snuck out nightly to raid neighborhoods of toys in the store. This concept would be reworked into ''Film/ToyStory4''[='=]s villain, Gabby Gabby.

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** Lotso: WordOfGod states that his character was made ''before'' the original ''Toy Story'', as a Teddy Ruxpin {{Expy}} that was stuck in a bargain bin in a store because his tape player was broken. He and his gang of other bargain-bin toys would've snuck out nightly to raid neighborhoods of toys in the store. This concept would be reworked into ''Film/ToyStory4''[='=]s ''WeesternAnimation/ToyStory4''[='=]s villain, Gabby Gabby.


** Lotso: WordOfGod states that his character was made ''before'' the original ''Toy Story'', as a Teddy Ruxpin {{Expy}} that was stuck in a bargain bin in a store because his tape player was broken. He and his gang of other bargain-bin toys would've snuck out nightly to raid neighborhoods of toys in the store.

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** Lotso: WordOfGod states that his character was made ''before'' the original ''Toy Story'', as a Teddy Ruxpin {{Expy}} that was stuck in a bargain bin in a store because his tape player was broken. He and his gang of other bargain-bin toys would've snuck out nightly to raid neighborhoods of toys in the store. This concept would be reworked into ''Film/ToyStory4''[='=]s villain, Gabby Gabby.


** Creator/MaryKayBergman, who provided Jessie's yodels in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', committed suicide in 1999, so Jesse's main voice actress Creator/Joan Cusack replaced her.

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** Creator/MaryKayBergman, who provided Jessie's yodels in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', committed suicide in 1999, so Jesse's main voice actress Creator/Joan Cusack Creator/JoanCusack replaced her.

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* ThrowItIn: Ken's line, "Take him to the library (pronounced as 'lie-berry')," after capturing Buzz, was an intentional mispronunciation as an improvisation by Creator/MichaelKeaton. Creator/LeeUnkrich liked it so much, that he kept it in the film.


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** Originally, in the beginning, Buzz was to be chained to the front of the train, rather than flying it to safety.
* WordOfGod: Creator/LeeUnkrich stated that Rex and Trixie come from the same toy line of dinosaurs.


** Creator/MaryKayBergman, who provided Jessie's yodels in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', committed suicide in 1999, so Jesse's main voice actress Joan Cusack replaced her.

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** Creator/MaryKayBergman, who provided Jessie's yodels in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', committed suicide in 1999, so Jesse's main voice actress Joan Creator/Joan Cusack replaced her.



* TruthInTelevision: In much the same way ''2'''s Airport Baggage system was in equal parts drama and realistic, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLsBru_sN34 the giant refuse Claw]] is this for ''3''.



** 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 ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'' and ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo''. 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 [[WesternAnimation/RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer "misfits"]] along the way. Meanwhile, Buzz would have met different language Buzzes from around the world, who were all in various states of disrepair/insanity, as well as an insane Zurg who would have introduced Buzz to his ultimate fate of being sent to the toy crusher. With the deal falling through in January 2006, and then-CEO Michael Eisner, who Pixar seriously disdained, getting ousted and 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 ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'' and WesternAnimation/FindingDory Circle 7 would be shut down two months later, with most of the animators going to either the feature animation department or [=DisneyToon=] Studios.

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** 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 ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'' and ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo''. 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 [[WesternAnimation/RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer "misfits"]] along the way. Meanwhile, Buzz would have met different language Buzzes from around the world, who were all in various states of disrepair/insanity, as well as an insane Zurg who would have introduced Buzz to his ultimate fate of being sent to the toy crusher. With the deal falling through in January 2006, and then-CEO Michael Eisner, who Pixar seriously disdained, getting ousted and 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 ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'' and WesternAnimation/FindingDory ''WesternAnimation/FindingDory'' Circle 7 would be shut down two months later, with most of the animators going to either the feature animation department or [=DisneyToon=] Studios.





* RefittedForSequel: Lotso is a character who was conceptualized since the early drafts of the first movie, only now making his debut.

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* RefittedForSequel: Lotso is a character who was conceptualized since the early drafts of the first movie, only now making his debut. His personality, motives, and relations with other toys also mirror the "jerkass Woody" in the infamous "Black Friday" script of the first movie, up to and including abusing his top henchman (Big Baby here, Slinky Dog in the former) until he snaps and throws him in the trash / out Andy's window.


* MissingTrailerScene: Compared to the Oct. 2009 trailer, a few lines were re-spoken in the final film, and Spanish Buzz doesn't spin around and jump immediately after pressing a button to make his voice box say a line. A few shots were done in different angles as well. Subverted with a very critical scene in the theatrical trailer in which Woody is falling into an abyss with assorted trash. The lighting and the black abyss makes it seem like it's a nightmare of Woody's similar to the one he suffered in ''2''. [[spoiler: The actual film still has the shot, only it's actually Woody and the toys falling into the fiery incinerator with loads of trash, and frighteningly, the scene is very, very real.]]

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* MissingTrailerScene: Compared to the Oct. 2009 trailer, a few lines were re-spoken in the final film, and Spanish Buzz doesn't spin around and jump immediately after pressing a button to make his voice box say a line. A few shots were done in different angles as well. Subverted with a very critical scene in the theatrical trailer in which Woody is falling into an abyss with assorted trash. The lighting and the black abyss makes it seem like it's a nightmare of Woody's similar to the one he suffered in ''2''. [[spoiler: The actual film still has the shot, only it's actually Woody and the toys falling into the fiery incinerator with loads of trash, and frighteningly, the scene is very, very real.]]


** Jessie's yodeling is now done by her normal voice actress, Joan Cusack, after Creator/MaryKayBergman committed suicide a few weeks before the second film was released.

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** Jessie's yodeling is now done by her normal voice actress, Joan Cusack, after Creator/MaryKayBergman committed suicide a few weeks before the second film was released.released; she was given a PosthumousCredit for her work.


* RoleReprisal: Aside from Jim Varney, who died before production began, all of the original actors return to reprise their roles. Special mention goes to John Morris returning as Andy, since ''Toy Story 2'' was actually his last film and he hadn't acted in the 11 years between.

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* RoleReprisal: Aside from Jim Varney, who died before production began, all of the original actors return to reprise their roles. Special mention goes to John Morris returning as Andy, since ''Toy Story 2'' was actually his last film and he hadn't acted in the 11 years between. Erik Von Detten also returned for a cameo as Sid ([[FreezeFrameBonus look closely at the]] rock-riff humming garbage man's T-shirt and you'll realize it's him.)


** Creator/MaryKayBergman, who provided Jessie's yodels in ''Disney/ToyStory2'', committed suicide in 1999, so Jesse's main voice actress Joan Cusack replaced her.

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** Creator/MaryKayBergman, who provided Jessie's yodels in ''Disney/ToyStory2'', ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', committed suicide in 1999, so Jesse's main voice actress Joan Cusack replaced her.


** Creator/MaryKayBergman, who provided Jessie's yodels, committed suicide in 1999, so Joan Cusack replaced her.

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** Creator/MaryKayBergman, who provided Jessie's yodels, yodels in ''Disney/ToyStory2'', committed suicide in 1999, so Jesse's main voice actress Joan Cusack replaced her.


* ActorAllusion: Richard Kind, Bookworm's voice actor, plays a bug working on the villains' side in [[WesternAnimation/ABugsLife another Pixar film]].



* CastingGag:
** R. Lee Ermey was a Marine Corps drill instructor, and gained fame playing Sergeant Hartman in ''Film/FullMetalJacket''.
** Pixar didn't realize that they actually cast Javier Fernández-Peña, the voice of the Spanish Buzz toy for Spanish Buzz until after the fact.
** It cannot be a coincidence that Rex speaks about the dump a couple times - his voice actor, Wallace Shawn, does ads for a discount furniture outlet chain called "The Dump."


* ActorAllusion: Richard Kind, Bookworm's voice actor, plays as a bug working on the villains' side in [[WesternAnimation/ABugsLife another Pixar film]].

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* ActorAllusion: Richard Kind, Bookworm's voice actor, plays as a bug working on the villains' side in [[WesternAnimation/ABugsLife another Pixar film]].


* TheRedStapler: Its pretty safe to say, without going into spoilers that this movie made people much more aware of the existence off the Jolly Chimp toy. Yeah, it's pretty much NightmareGuel in and out of universe but, people wanted it BECAUSE it was so unnerving!

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* TheRedStapler: Its pretty safe to say, without going into spoilers that this movie made people much more aware of the existence off the Jolly Chimp toy. Yeah, it's pretty much NightmareGuel NightmareFuel in and out of universe but, people wanted it BECAUSE it was so unnerving!

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