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Thursday, April 21, 2011

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Sheriff Woody (Picture 3)
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Woody spots a truck bound for Pizza Planet and plans to rendezvous with Andy there. Knowing that he will face the wrath of the other toys if he returns alone, Woody convinces Buzz that the truck is a spaceship. Both Buzz and Woody get inside the truck in different ways. Buzz climbs into the cockpit where he puts on a seat belt and Woody decides to get into the cargo place complaining that he can't stand the cockpit just before the truck starts. At Pizza Planet, Buzz stuffs himself into a rocket-shaped claw game machine, forcing Woody to clamber into the machine to try and rescue him. Woody and Buzz are then captured by Andy's next-door neighbor, the toy-destroying Sid Phillips. As Woody desperately attempts to escape from Sid's house before Andy's family's moving day, Buzz realizes that he is in fact a toy and becomes a depressed burden to Woody. In the film's turning point, Woody admits that Buzz is a "cool toy", but despairs that he himself stands no chance of being Andy's favorite. When Buzz is taken away by Sid to be destroyed with a firework rocket, Woody teams up with Sid's mutant toys and stages a rescue of Buzz, terrifying Sid into running away in fear of his own toys. Sheriff Woody (Picture 3). Sheriff Woody cartoon images gallery 3. Sheriff Woody cartoon pictures collection 3. Woody and Buzz climb into the moving van, attracting the attention of Sid's dog Scud. An odd note about the vest: on my doll, the vest was very loosely held to the front of Woody's shirt by two stitches. Within minutes of handling the toy, these stitches gave way, allowing the vest to open freely. Despite this, the vest is still stiff enough to stay in place, but it does make one wonder about the purpose of these loose stitches. Though Woody is nearly perfect, he still has his flaws. This is primarily due to the technology within him. First and foremost is the on/off switch. It's hard to reach as it is placed on the side of the battery box, making it a challenge simply to turn the toy on. Additionally, the switch is rather loose. On more than one occasion after turning the toy off, I accidentally switched the toy back on when trying to place the battery box back within the toy. This is a minor issue, but it's still rather annoying. Also annoying is that the toy features no mode where one can simply use the pull-string alone like the toy in the films. Woody can only be set to "demo mode," which includes a limited number of phrases, or "play mode," where Woody will respond to noise and speak. Again, a minor issue, but it still detracts some from the fun of the toy. Even with the flaws, Toy Story Collection Woody still serves as the definitive version of Pixar's beloved Sheriff, and as a long time Pixar fan, I'm quite pleased to see how well Thinkway Toys has replicated the character I grew up with. If you're also a fan who grew up with Woody, and are looking to own an accurate likeness of the character buy it without hesitation. If you're a parent looking for an easy to use toy for your child, you might be better off looking into the more inexpensive Talking Woody or Ragdoll Woody, as they are still very accurate in appearance but more suitable for playtime." Sheriff Woody (Picture 3). Sheriff Woody cartoon images gallery 3. Sheriff Woody cartoon pictures collection 3.
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