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Old 12-05-10, 02:47 AM
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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

Now that I think about it, the only disappointing thing (for the first film at least) is that they removed the Pixar animated "Disney castle" which was something really neat when it actually came out. Yes, they have a new Disney castle, but sometimes it's a part of the movie's history.
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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

Are the new 20th anniversary reissues that came out on Nov 2015 the same blu-rays but with new artwork?



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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

Same, except they replaced the DVDs with digital HD codes. Toy Story 3 came out too.

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Did they omit any of the extras? Was there a trilogy box? The cover art sucks, but if it keeps the extras and has DMA HD, that's not a bad deal.
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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

I believe all the lost extras for the first two movies were lost long ago when the original DVD Toy Box of the first two movies became the original BD releases (and DVD re-releases).
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I believe all the lost extras for the first two movies were lost long ago when the original DVD Toy Box of the first two movies became the original BD releases (and DVD re-releases).
Here is a list of the missing extras from the DVD Toy Box that I found on the internet so long ago, I forget who put it together:

This list features everything I found on the 3-Disc Ultimate Toy Box release.

Note: I created this by quickly by going through the Ultimate Toy Box DVDs and the BDs, and didn’t have the time to watch every single extra. Additional information was taken from Colin Jacobson’s detailed reviews over at DVDMG.com. Forgive me if I missed something. 

TOY STORY

DISC 1
SPECIAL AUDIO FEATURES
• Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound Effects-Only
• Audio Commentary by John Lasseter, Ralph Guggenheim, Bonnie Arnold, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter, Bill Reeves, Ralph Eggleston
BONUS MATERIAL
• ‘Tin Toy’ (video, 5:10)
• The Story Behind ‘Toy Story’ (video, 27:12)
o Note: Footage edited into “Making Toy Story” (20:17) on the BD
• TOY STORY TREATS (video, 15:39 total)
o Intro
o 52 ‘Treats’
 Note: Only 14 are included on the BD
• On Set Interviews with Buzz and Woody #1 (video, 1:27)
• On Set Interviews with Buzz and Woody #2 (video, 1:50)
• Intro to Buzz Lightyear TV Commercial (video, 0:39)
• Buzz Lightyear TV Commercial (video, 0:51) (Note: The BD includes this under the ‘Toy Story Treats” section)
• Multi-Language Reel (video, 4:37)

DISC 3
HISTORY
• History and Development (video, 3:42)
• Early Test (video, 0:34)
o With text intro
• Original Treatments
o Introduction (video, 0:26)
o Treatment 3/91 (Text)
o Treatment 9/91 (Text)
• Production Notes (Text)
• The Cast
o Cast Biographies (Text)
DESIGN
• Character Design
o Note: The BD only uses some of the character design images from this section and edits them into the following slideshows: Woody (48 images), Buzz (47 images), Andy’s Toys (44 images), Misc. Toys (35 images), Mutant Toys (49 images), Andy’s Family (29 images), Sid’s Family (47 images).
 The only video segments from the “Character Design” section included on the BD are the character turnarounds.
o Introduction (text)
o Woody
 Design
• Character Design (105 images)
• Early Model (9 images)
• Model Pack (9 images)
• Final Maquette (9 images)
 Early Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:59)
 Modeling Woody (video, 2:49)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Buzz Lightyear
 Design
• Character Design (89 images)
• Model Pack (18 images)
• Model Construction (27 images)
• Digitizing Maquette (9 images)
• Insignia Design (9 images)
• Decals (9 images)
• Merchandise Design (18 images)
 Early Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:53)
 Digitizing Buzz (video, 1:11)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
 Introduction (0:24)
 Modeling the Buzz Box with Intro (video, 0:24)
o Mr. Potato Head (11 images)
o Rex
 Design (24 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Hamm
 Design (18 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Slinky Dog
 Design (18 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Bo Peep
 Design (25 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Green Army Men (7 images)
o Alien
 Design (5 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Misc Toys (6 images)
o Mutant Toys (128 images)
o Andy
 Design (38 images)
 Early Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:19)
o Sid
 Design (26 images)
 Early Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:13)
o Scud
 Designing Scud (1:47)
 Design (24 images)
 Early Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:25)
o Hannah (18 images)
o Andy’s Mom & Molly
 Design (18 images)
 Early Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:40)
• Art Design
o Designing ‘Toy Story’ (video, 3:35)
o Concept Art (16 images)
o Color Script (174 images)
o Color Keys (22 images)
o Note: Images from the above 3 galleries are presented in the following 2 slideshows on the BD: Concept Art (32 images) & Color Scripts (69 images)
• Environmental Design
o Again, images from this section are edited into the following slideshows on the BD: Andy's Room (17 images), Gas Station (10 images), Sid’s Room (18 images), and Pizza Planet (18 images)
o Andy’s Room
 Design (36 images)
 Location Tour w/ commentary by Ralph Eggleston (video, 0:53)
o Gas Station
 Design (18 images)
 Location Tour w/ commentary by Ralph Eggleston (video, 1:10)
o Pizza Planet (24 images)
o Sid’s Room
 Design (26 images)
 Location Tour w/ commentary by Ralph Eggleston (video, 1:07)
STORY
• ‘Green Army Men’ Storyboard Pitch with Intro (video, 5:48 total)
• Editing (Text feature)
• Story Reel “Andy’s New Toy” (video, 4:39)
• Storyboard to Film “The Chase” (video, 3:19)
• Abandoned Concepts
o Intro (video, 1:19)
o Buzz Lightyear Cartoon (video, 2:41)
o Western Shootout (video, 1:47)
o Woody’s Nightmare (video, 1:19)
o Eastern Gate (video, 3:01)
o Shakes the Rattle (video, 1:49)
o Sid’s Comeuppance (video, 2:45)
o The Chase (video, 1:40)
COMPUTER ANIMATION
• Production Tour (video, 1:53)
• Layout Tricks (video, 3:25)
• Animation Tour (video, 1:24)
• Character Animation (video, 4:41)
• Shaders and Lighting
o Intro (2:17)
o Shaders (text/images)
o Lighting (text/images)
• Building a Shot (video, 1:22)
• Production Progression (multi-angle sequence)
o Intro (video, 1:08)
o Angle 1: Storyboard (video, 1:05)
o Angle 2: Layout (video, 1:05)
o Angle 3: Final Scene (video, 1:05)
• Special Effects
o Motion Blur and Reflections (text/images)
o Rain Effects
 Intro (text/images)
 Rain Reference Footage (video, 0:12)
 Moving “Bump-Map Pattern” (video, 0:07)
 Rain Effects on Window (video, 0:09)
 Rain Shadow Effects (video, 0:09)
 Final Scene (video, 0:09)
o Particle Systems
 Introduction (text/images)
 Smoke Trajectory (video, 0:17)
 “Primitives” Guide (video, 0:17)
 Final Scene (video, 0:16)
o Rendering and Composition (text/images)
MUSIC AND SOUND
• Sound Design (video, 6:35)
• Randy Newman Demos
o Randy Newman Bio (text)
o “Plastic Spaceman” 1 (audio, 3:18)
o “Plastic Spaceman” 2 (audio, 3:16)
o “Strange Things” (audio, 2:58)
o “The Fool” (audio, 2:08)
o “I Will Go Sailing No More” (audio, 3:32)
o “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” (audio, 2:17)
DELETED ANIMATION
• Introduction (video, 1:46)
• “Torture Scene” (video, 0:49)
• “Rain Scene” (video, 1:24)
• “Render Bugs”
o 7 clips (video, 1:13 total)
PUBLICITY
• Trailers
o Teaser (video, 1:34)
o Trailer #1 (video, 3:00)
• TV Spots
o 4 TV Spots
• Ad Campaign (64 images) (Some of these are included in the “Posters” slideshow on the BD)
• Mechandising (63 images) (Some of these are included in the “Toys & Stuff” slideshow on the BD)

TOY STORY 2

DISC 2
SPECIAL AUDIO FEATURES
• Dolby Digital 5.1 EX Sound Effects-Only
• Audio Commentary by John Lasseter, Lee Unkrich, Ash Brannon, and Andrew Stanton
BONUS MATERIAL
• Outtakes (video, 5:29)
• “Luxo, Jr” (video, 2:22)
• Sneak Peek at “Monsters, Inc.” (video, 1:50)
• Sneak Peek at “Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins”
DISC 3
HISTORY
• Why a Sequel? (video, 2:39)
• The Continuing World of “Toy Story” (video, 4:39)
o Note: this and the above extra are re-edited into ‘Making Story Story 2” on the BD
• John Lasseter Profile (video, 3:01)
• Production Notes (Text)
• The Cast
o Cast of Characters (video, 3:27)
o Cast Bios (Text)
DESIGN
• Character Design
• Note: The DVD recycles previous sections for characters that appear in both movies (Woody, Buzz, Andy’s toys). I’ve just listed the new material
o Note: The BD only uses some of the character design images from this section and edits them into the following slideshows: Woody (48 images), Buzz (53 images), Andy’s Toys (55 images), Woody’s Roundup (80 images), Zurg (25 images), Al (29 images)
o Ultra Buzz Lightyear (36 images)
o Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head
 Designs (9 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Jessie
 Design (54 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
 Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:24)
o Bullseye
 Design (45 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
 Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 1:06)
o The Prospector
 Design (33 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Al
 Design (59 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
 Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:18)
o Zurg
 Design (41 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
 Animation Tests w/ commentary by Glenn McQueen (video, 0:40)
o Wheezy
 Design (3 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Tour Guide Barbie
 Design (2 images)
 Character Turnaround (video, 0:20)
o Buster (7 images)
• Art Design
o Introduction (video, 0:32)
o Color Script (65 images)
o Lighting Guide (43 images)
o Note: Some of the images are edited into the following video slideshows on the BD: Color Scripts (60 images) & Color Keys (42 images)
• Environmental Design
o Note: Some images from this section are edited into the following video slideshows on the BD: Zurg’s Planet (23 images), Andy’s House (15 images), Al’s Apartment (27 images), Al’s Toy Barn (43 images) and Airport (30 images)
o Zurg’s Planet
 Design (54 images)
 Location Tour w/ commentary by Jim Pearson (video, 0:30)
o Andy’s House
 Design (31 images)
 Interior Location Tour w/ commentary by Jim Pearson (video, 0:30)
 Exterior Location Tour w/ commentary by Jim Pearson (video, 0:30)
o Al’s Apartment
 Design (49 images)
 Interior Location Tour w/ commentary by Jim Pearson (video, 0:30)
 Exterior Location Tour w/ commentary by Jim Pearson (video, 0:30)
o Al’s Toy Barn
 Design (110 images)
 Location Tours w/ commentary by Jim Pearson
• Interior (video, 0:30)
• Buzz Aisle (video, 0:30)
• Barbie Aisle (video, 0:30)
• Al’s Office (video, 0:31)
o Airport
 Design (90 images)
 Interior Location Tour w/ commentary by Jim Pearson (video, 0:31)
 Exterior Location Tour w/ commentary by Jim Pearson (video, 0:30)
STORY
• Woody’s Nightmare (Multi-Angle)
o Introduction (video, 0:46)
o Angle 1: Storyboard Pitch (video, 2:16)
o Angle 2: Storyboards Only (video, 2:16)
• Jessie’s Song (Multi-Angle)
o Introduction (video, 0:39)
o Angle 1: Storyboard to Film (video, 3:25)
o Angle 2: Storyboards Only (video, 3:25)
COMPUTER ANIMATION
• Production Tour (video, 2:30)
• Production Progression (Multi-Angle)
o Intro (video, 0:55)
o Angle 1: Story Reel (video, 2:34)
o Angle 2: Layout (video, 2:34)
o Angle 3: Animation (video, 2:34)
o Angle 4: Shaders and Lighting (video, 2:34)
• Special Effects (video, 1:36)
MUSIC AND SOUND
• The Music (video, 3:23) (Titled “Making the Songs” on the BD)
• Sound Design (video, 5:37)
• Mixing Demo (Multi-audio)
o Intro (video, 0:24)
o Dialog (video, 1:27)
o Music (video, 1:27)
o Effects (video, 1:27)
• Music Video (video, 3:09) (Titled “Riders in the Sky Music Medley” on the BD)
• “Jessie’s Song” Demo (audio, 2:50)
• Easter Egg (Included on the menu proper on the BD as “Jessie Gag”)
DELETED ANIMATION
• Introduction (video, 0:45)
• Crossing the Road (video, 1:54)
• Godzilla Rex (video, 1:26)
PUBLICITY
• Trailers
o Teaser (video, 0:59)
o Trailer #1 (video, 2:21)
• TV Commercials
o 4 TV Spots
• Ad Campaign (18 images)
• Autographed Pictures (18 images)
THE TOY BOX
• Who’s the Coolest Toy? (video, 3:16)
• Hidden Jokes (text/images)
• Woody’s Roundup
o Collectibles (video, 2:49) (Titled “Designing Woody’s Past” on the BD)
o Design (80 images)
o TV Show (video, 1:59) (Titled “Making Woody’s Roundup” on the BD)
o Music Video (video, 2:49) (Titled “Woody’s Roundup Music Video” on the BD)
• International Scene (video, 1:46)
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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

Ooh - cool thing I held on to the Toy Box after the blu-rays came out (I just stuck the blus in that box along with the DVDs).
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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

And if I recall, these extras were on the big laserdisc set - at least in regards to the first Toy Story. I have t but haven't looked at the extras since I originally bought way back then.
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Disney should release a new blu-ray box set since the UK set is the only one you can get with all 3 movies.

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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

Originally Posted by JeffTheAlpaca View Post
Disney should release a new blu-ray box set since the UK set is the only one you can get with all 3 movies.

Huh?

http://www.disneystore.com/animation...kw%7c%7cpmt%7c
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Ooh - cool thing I held on to the Toy Box after the blu-rays came out (I just stuck the blus in that box along with the DVDs).
I found some multi disc cases and combined my Toy Box DVDs with the 2 disc DTS remaster DVD sets, so my Toy Box now holds 7 discs. I've got pt 3 on Blu but haven't gotten around to upgrading 1 and 2.
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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

Why are all the animation studios going with these "selfie" type covers?

Dreamworks has done it with most of their rereleases including all the Shrek and Madasgar titles.





I noticed Fox is doing it with the covers like Ice Age on Vudu. Not sure if their blu-rays are being rereleased the same way:

http://www.vudu.com/movies/#search/ice age

And I've seen Warner do it with their budget Tom and Jerry and Bugs Bunny titles.

http://www.amazon.com/Tom-Jerry-Frie...ZD5PZBJF6KQR1D

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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

I suspect some marketing expert has determined that one big head has been proven to be be better than a bunch of floating ones (as it relates to DVD/BD covers). Of course what they really should go with is the original poster and marketing art, but we often see them go completely way from that.
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I thought that was OOP but still they could release them in a cheaper set for around $32-$36 like the Indiana Jones and Back to the Future sets.
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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

Originally Posted by JeffTheAlpaca View Post
I thought that was OOP but still they could release them in a cheaper set for around $32-$36 like the Indiana Jones and Back to the Future sets.
It's still in print.

But even if it wasn't, are people now thinking that there is no way to get OOP releases? And unlike other OOP titles that go for double or triple the prior selling price, that box can easily be had for no more than buying each individual copy new.

I don't expect to ever see 3 Pixar films in a set for only $36 unless it's used copy on ebay, from a seller with a crappy rating. They normally go for around $15 each even when they are on a major sale. They are even $10 each on BF and then go back to the normal $20+ price point. YMMV

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Re: Toy Story 1 and 2 03/23/2010

Originally Posted by hdnmickey View Post
I suspect some marketing expert has determined that one big head has been proven to be be better than a bunch of floating ones (as it relates to DVD/BD covers). Of course what they really should go with is the original poster and marketing art, but we often see them go completely way from that.
I guess so since they did it with the Star Wars Steelbook covers also.

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