List of Toy Story characters facts:-
Woody is a pull-string cowboy doll and the main protagonist of the Toy Story franchise.
Buzz Lightyear is a space ranger action figure who believes he is a real space ranger.
Jessie is a cowgirl doll who is highly energetic and optimistic.
Bo Peep is a porcelain shepherdess figurine and Woody’s love interest.
Mr. Potato Head is a plastic toy potato with interchangeable parts.
Mrs. Potato Head is Mr. Potato Head’s wife and also has interchangeable parts.
Rex is a green plastic toy Tyrannosaurus rex who is insecure about his lack of ferocity.
Hamm is a piggy bank who is known for his sarcastic wit.
Slinky Dog is a toy dachshund with a Slinky for a body.
Andy Davis is the owner of the toys in the first three Toy Story movies.
Bonnie Anderson is the new owner of the toys in Toy Story 3 and 4.
Bullseye is a toy horse who is loyal to Woody.
Lotso is a pink teddy bear who serves as the main antagonist of Toy Story 3.
Ken is a fashion doll who is Barbie’s boyfriend.
Barbie is a popular fashion doll who is a close friend of Woody and the other toys.
Sarge is a green plastic toy soldier who leads a platoon of other toy soldiers.
Aliens are three-eyed extraterrestrial toys who worship “The Claw.”
Zurg is a space villain action figure and Buzz Lightyear’s arch-nemesis.
Andy’s mom is a minor character who is only seen in the first three movies.
Sid Phillips is Andy’s next-door neighbor and a recurring antagonist in the first Toy Story movie.
Andy’s little sister, Molly, is a minor character who appears in all three Toy Story movies.
Stinky Pete is a prospector doll who serves as the main antagonist of Toy Story 2.
Wheezy is a squeaky penguin toy who is repaired by Woody in Toy Story 2.
The Prospector is another name for Stinky Pete, the villain of Toy Story 2.
Gabby Gabby is a doll who is the main antagonist of Toy Story 4.
Duke Caboom is a Canadian stuntman toy who is introduced in Toy Story 4.
Giggle McDimples is a miniature toy cop who is Bo Peep’s best friend.
Forky is a toy made out of a spork who is introduced in Toy Story 4.
Ducky and Bunny are carnival prizes who are introduced in Toy Story 4.
Combat Carl is an action figure who appears briefly in Toy Story and has a more prominent role in Toy Story of Terror!.
The Mutant Toys are a group of misfit toys that were owned by Sid in the first Toy Story movie.
RC is a remote-controlled car that is owned by Andy in the first Toy Story movie.
Lenny is a pair of binoculars who is a member of the toys’ surveillance team.
Rocky Gibraltar is a toy wrestler who is one of Andy’s toys.
Chuckles the Clown is a toy clown who belonged to Bonnie’s grandmother.
Mr. Pricklepants is a toy hedgehog who is a thespian and a member of Bonnie’s toys.
Buttercup is a toy unicorn who appears in Toy Story 3 and 4.
Trixie is a toy triceratops who is one of Bonnie’s toys.
Dolly is a toy doll who is one of Bonnie’s toys.
Bonnie’s toys also include a plush bunny, a plush duck, and a plush bear.
The Pizza Planet Aliens are a group of three-eyed aliens who worship The Claw.
Andy’s toys also include a green army man and a robot named Utility Belt Buzz.
Chuckles the Clown reveals in Toy Story 3 that Lotso used to be a kind and caring toy before he became evil.
Bullseye has a fondness for Woody and often helps him out.
Buzz Lightyear was named after astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
Ken’s full name is Ken Carson.
Andy’s dog, a basset hound named Buster, appears in Toy Story 2 and 3.
Bonnie’s dog, a Dachshund named Mr. Jones, appears in Toy Story 4.
Stinky Pete was initially friendly towards Woody and the other toys, but he became bitter and resentful after being abandoned by his owner.
Gabby Gabby’s voice is provided by Christina Hendricks.
Duke Caboom’s voice is provided by Keanu Reeves.
Bo Peep was absent in Toy Story 3, but she returns in Toy Story 4 as a main character.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Andy’s parents, are never given first names in the movies.
The character of Lotso was inspired by a real-life teddy bear owned by Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich.
The character of Sid was named after a Pixar employee who was known for his punk rock style.
Buzz Lightyear’s catchphrase “To infinity and beyond!” was inspired by Neil Armstrong’s famous quote “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”
Woody was originally intended to be a ventriloquist’s dummy before being changed to a cowboy doll.
The character of Andy was named after a Pixar employee’s son.
Rex’s original name was “Teeny,” but it was changed to Rex after the toy dinosaur in the movie Meet the Robinsons.
The toys in Toy Story were initially designed to look like ordinary toys, but they were later changed to be more expressive and anthropomorphic.
Jessie was originally going to be a side character in Toy Story 2, but her role was expanded due to her popularity.
The character of Lotso was voiced by actor Ned Beatty, who passed away in 2021.
Bullseye has a distinctive sound effect that was created by recording a real horse’s whinny and slowing it down.
Hamm the piggy bank is named after Pixar animator Andrew Stanton’s real-life piggy bank.
The character of Slinky Dog was inspired by a real-life toy called Slinky, which was invented in the 1940s.
In Toy Story 3, Andy’s cell phone number is shown as 555-0112.
The character of Forky was created by Bonnie in Toy Story 4.
The character of Duke Caboom was inspired by Evel Knievel and other stuntmen from the 1970s.
In Toy Story 3, Mr. Potato Head’s wife, Mrs. Potato Head, is voiced by actress Estelle Harris.
The character of Bullseye was originally going to be a toy cow, but was changed to a horse to better fit the cowboy theme.
Sid’s dog, Scud, is a bull terrier.
The character of Mr. Potato Head was inspired by a real toy called Mr. Potato Head, which was invented in 1952.
The character of Buzz Lightyear was originally going to be called Lunar Larry.
The character of Wheezy the penguin was voiced by comedian and actor Joe Ranft, who passed away in 2005.
In Toy Story 2, Jessie’s owner Emily is shown to have a similar hairstyle and cowboy hat as Woody.
The character of Buzz Lightyear was originally going to have a red color scheme, but was changed to green to better contrast with Woody’s brown colors.
In Toy Story 3, Andy’s mom mentions that Andy had a toy chest with a combination lock that he kept his favorite toys in.
The character of Lotso was originally going to be a teddy bear with a blue color scheme, but was changed to pink to better fit his villainous personality.
The character of Trixie was voiced by actress Kristen Schaal.
In Toy Story 4, Woody meets Gabby Gabby in an antique store.
The character of Buzz Lightyear’s arch-nemesis, Emperor Zurg, is never seen in the Toy Story movies, but is referenced multiple times.
In Toy Story 3, the toys are donated to Sunnyside Daycare, where they meet a new group of toys including a toy bear named Lotso and a toy octopus named Stretch.
The character of Bonnie is voiced by child actress Emily Hahn.
The character of Chatter Telephone is voiced by actor Ted White, who also played Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter.
The character of Rex was originally going to be a tyrannosaurus rex with a more realistic appearance, but was changed to be more cartoonish.
In Toy Story 2, Woody discovers that he is a valuable collector’s item from a 1950s television show called Woody’s Roundup.
The character of Ducky was voiced by actor and comedian Keegan-Michael Key.
In Toy Story 3, the toys attempt to escape from Sunnyside Daycare and make their way back to Andy’s house.
In Toy Story 4, Bo Peep returns as a major character after being absent from Toy Story 3.
The character of Gabby Gabby was inspired by vintage dolls from the 1950s and 1960s.
The character of Bo Peep was originally supposed to appear in Toy Story 3, but was written out of the script.
Woody’s full name is Woody Pride.
In Toy Story, Woody’s pull string says “There’s a snake in my boot!”
In Toy Story 2, Woody’s arm is accidentally ripped by a toy collector, leading to his discovery of his status as a valuable collectible.
Buzz Lightyear’s catchphrase is “To infinity… and beyond!”
The character of Hamm is a piggy bank with a cork in his belly, allowing him to hold and store money.
In Toy Story 4, the character of Duke Caboom is from Canada.
In Toy Story 3, the character of Ken falls in love with Barbie.
The character of Stretch was voiced by actress Whoopi Goldberg.
In Toy Story, Buzz Lightyear is introduced as a new toy that Andy receives for his birthday.
The character of Bo Peep was originally supposed to be Woody’s love interest.
The character of Lotso has a strawberry scent.
The character of Barbie was voiced by actress Jodi Benson, who also voiced Ariel in Disney’s The Little Mermaid.
In Toy Story 2, the character of Al McWhiggin is a toy collector who steals Woody from a garage sale.
The character of Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger partner, Mira Nova, from the Disney cartoon series Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, was originally supposed to appear in Toy Story 2, but was written out of the script.
The character of Chuckles the clown was voiced by actor Bud Luckey, who passed away in 2018.
In Toy Story 3, the toys are nearly destroyed in a garbage incinerator, but are saved at the last moment by the squeeze-toy aliens.
In Toy Story, Andy’s next door neighbor, Sid, is known for his love of destroying toys.
The character of Mr. Pricklepants was voiced by actor Timothy Dalton.
In Toy Story 2, Jessie sings a song called “When She Loved Me” about her former owner, Emily.
The character of Bullseye was originally supposed to be a toy bull.
In Toy Story 4, Woody meets a pair of plush carnival prizes named Ducky and Bunny, who are voiced by actors Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele.
The character of Gabby Gabby has a group of ventriloquist dummies as her henchmen.
In Toy Story 3, Buzz Lightyear is reset to his original factory settings and becomes Spanish-speaking.
The character of Bonnie’s favorite toy, Forky, is made from a spork and other craft supplies.
The character of Lotso’s backstory involves being abandoned by his original owner and becoming bitter and vengeful as a result.
In Toy Story 2, the character of Stinky Pete is a prospector toy who has never been taken out of his box.
The character of Buzz Lightyear has a recurring arch-nemesis named Zurg, who is a toy version of a sci-fi villain.