Buena Vista Pictures released Toy Story 2 to theaters on November 24, 1999. John Lasseter and Ash Brannon directed the film which starred Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Joan Cusack.
‘Toy Story 2’ Movie Summary
Andy’s toys are back in what in my opinion is one of the best sequels ever made. All is well in Andy’s room until Andy accidentally rips Woody’s arm while playing. Andy leaves Woody on the shelf while he heads off to Cowboy Camp. Woody is crushed and all of the toys are surprised.
Andy’s Mom throws a yard sale while is Andy is gone and chooses a few toys to sell. She takes Wheezy and Woody uses the family dog, Buster to try and save him. Woody ends up being stolen by the unscrupulous Al from the Al Toy’s Barn Commercials. Woody completes his Woody’s Roundup collection and he knows he can get big bucks for him.
IN Al’s apartment, Woody gets to meet the rest of the Roundup Gang; Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl, his horse, Bullseye, and the Prospector, Stinky Pete. They long for the day they get out of storage and are displayed in a museum. They show Woody a video of his TV. Show and various collectibles that line the room including a lunchbox and cookie jar.read full summary
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