Toy Story Logo – Toy Story is a movie U.S. of computer animation directed by John Lasseter and released in 1995. He became the first feature of the studies Pixar and was considered the first film created entirely with digital animation effects for release in the history of cinema. It should also be noted that it was co-produced by Ralph Guggenheim and Bonnie Arnold, and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures through Buena Vista International.
The script was written by Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow, with the music of Randy Newman. The main cast consisted of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, who lent their voices in English the characters Woody and Buzz, respectively. As for the Spanish voices of the protagonists, in Latin America, Carlos Segundo and Jose Luis Orozco took care of those roles; turn, Oscar Barberan and Jose Luis Gil did the same in Spain. For the animation process, contributed a total of 110 employees of Pixar, as opposed to 800 who worked in one of the last productions of Disney at that time, The Lion King, released in mid-1994. More