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Old 04-28-05, 11:44 PM
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Toy Story 10th Anniversary DVD -> 9/6/05

Let's hope this is true!
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The toys are back in town

Toy Story, the landmark computer-animated film from Disney and Pixar, turns 10 this fall, with a two-disc 10th Anniversary Edition DVD set to arrive in stores Sept. 6.

A bonus featurette, The Legacy of Toy Story, includes interviews with celebrated filmmakers on the importance of the film, credited with launching the trend away from traditional hand-drawn animation.

Both the movie's picture and sound quality have been bumped up. Advanced video technology provides a higher digital "bit rate," and the sound has been enhanced by Lucasfilm's Gary Rydstrom, winner of seven Academy Awards and a member of the Toy Story production team. Other special features on the $30 DVD include a new "making of" documentary, 10 deleted scenes, early animation tests and a new music video of Lyle Lovett and Randy Newman singing You've Got a Friend in Me.

- Thomas K. Arnold
http://www.usatoday.com/life/2005-04...ractions_x.htm

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Old 04-28-05, 11:50 PM
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I see no reason here to upgrade my current toy box release.
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So much for the Vault, eh? I wonder if the other supplements like the commentary are going to be carried over.
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I might consider it if they included part 2. For 30 dollars they can go jump in a lake.
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Since Toy Story is probably my favorite CGI-animated feature, I may have to bite.

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Originally Posted by Spamcola
I might consider it if they included part 2. For 30 dollars they can go jump in a lake.
Well, keep in mind that is probably the MSRP, so it would be more like $20 or maybe even less when it's on sale the first week.
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Originally Posted by Drexl
Well, keep in mind that is probably the MSRP, so it would be more like $20 or maybe even less when it's on sale the first week.
Yep and that would be a very good price for a 2 disc set.
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sweet. I never got the original release.
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If I did not have the Toy Box, I would most likely pick this up.
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toy box was taken...i have the singles of both films...will gladly double dip....need a disney announcement.
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I see no reason for an upgrade until an HD DVD / Blue Ray disc . . . however I betcha the general public will pounce all over this.
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Let me know when the HD version arrives. I'll stick with my current Ultimate Toy Box copy until that time.
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The Ultimate Toy Box is really all the bonus features I think I need. But i'll still give the new version a chance if this is true.
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I'll stick with my toy box as well. If they also re-release Toy Story 2, I might just sell off my toy box for a nice profit
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I'll stick with my Toy Box for right now. It all depends on the picture quality.
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Got the Toy Box. And this certainly will be no substitute for that.
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Another "yeah, so what" reaction from an UTB owner.
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I don't have the Toy Box (I'm sure its long OOP right?) so may pick it up. But I'd like to have the sequel as well which was even better than the original IMO
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I too think my Ultimate Toy Box will hold me over for some time unless this disc proves to have some amazing features or it's damn cheap when it comes.
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Looks like everyone that has the UTB is waiting for HD/BluRay. I have it as well, and don't see a need to upgrade yet either.
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I think this will be a good buy for people who didn't have DVD players when the UTB came out.

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I've got the 2-disk set. Guess I'll be hanging onto it since it sounds like they're only re-releasing the first movie.
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Since I'm not cool and don't have the UTB, I'll gladly take this 2-disc set with improved picture quality and sound.
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I just found Toy Story 2 at a Gamestop but have been unable to locate part 1. This is perfect for me.
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Another happy UTB owner who sees no reason to pick this up.

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