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Toy Story

Kids are mad about it; it's far from painful for parents; the voice of Mr. Potato Head is Don Rickles. What more could you ask? Clever, fast-moving and unobtrusively self-conscious, Disney's latest marketing triumph describes a struggle for status between… (more)

Released: 1995

Rating: G

User Rating:4.71 out of 5 (35 ratings)

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  • Released: 1995
  • Rating: G
  • User Rating:4.71 out of 5 (35 ratings)
  • Your Rating:
  • Review: Kids are mad about it; it's far from painful for parents; the voice of Mr. Potato Head is Don Rickles. What more could you ask? Clever, fast-moving and unobtrusively self-conscious, Disney's latest marketing triumph describes a struggle for status between… (more)

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