Movie House Memories

Toy Story 2 (1999)

Episode #129

Buena Vista Pictures released Toy Story 2 to theaters on November 24, 1999. John Lasseter and Ash Brannon directed the film starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Joan Cusack.

‘Toy Story 2’ Plot Synopsis

In Toy Story 2, while Andy is away at summer camp, Al McWiggin—a greedy collector and proprietor of Al’s Toy Barn—toynaps Woody! Buzz and the rest of the gang; Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Dog, Rex and Hamm spring into action to rescue our cowboy hero from winding up as a museum piece. It’s up to them to find a way to save Woody before Al sells him to a museum in Japan, or they’ll never see him again!

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Buena Vista Pictures released Toy Story 2 to theaters on November 24, 1999. John Lasseter and Ash Brannon directed the film starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Joan Cusack.

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  1. Interesting that so many films from 1999 have been picked so far(and with galaxy quest to come). I wonder if anyone picked Election, Magnolia, and Being John Malkovich.

    1. It turns out that 1999 was a good movie year. I do not think any of the three you mentioned are on my top 100, but I do like Being John Malkovich.

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