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Postby TylerHaslett » Sat Apr 24, 2010 2:59 am

This picture is a perfect example of Toy Story replicas. Mixed throughout the collection of Toy Story Collection toys and exact movie model toys are modifications, and replicas. This looks like the film in real life. Collection belongs to member Wampar:
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This thread is for any and all NON-Toy Story Collection (official, by thinkway) prop replicas or found items. Found items being things that existed as real things that were put into the movie, and replica meaning a replica of its interpretation on screen. I am specifically speaking of true movie scale, and not smaller varity knick knacks or toys. I am treating this like I would any other prop deconstruction from film, as alot of "props" in the Toy Story films can be obtained.

I will update this post regularly with the replicas, or "Found items" available.


So far, released just under a month ago, we have this Hamm. Made available only at select Disney Store, and Disney Outlets. This 1:1 replica Hamm is made exactly like his film counterpart, and the only inaccurcies are the pads under his feet, there for safety.

I have emailed Thinkway numerous times about their supposed Hamm shown at the Disney Expo, and they have been very consistant in the canceling of his release due to the Disney Store Hamm.

HAMM


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Pixar Builder wrote:
Etch A Sketch:
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Print this out on translucent paper to make a cool prop! (insert it over any etch screen, cut to size, etc)
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Fisher Price "Chatter Phone" (ts3)

A vintage toy now widely available online, or some brick and mortar stores.

places to order:

http://www.google.com/products/catalog? ... 8wIwADgA#p


Chatter Phone:

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"Toddle Tots" Firetruck, which appeared in Toy Story. This is no longer made, but can always be found on ebay. There is a re-release of the Firetruck itself, but it does not come with the accurate Toddle Tots.


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Next up we have ol Mr. Mic Made by Playskool and a replica was once available. Now the only way to obtain is to search auctions online, using clever wording as "childrens karaoke" "cassette player playskool" etc, Get creative because I regularly see them go for less than original retail, as opposed to the ones listed "TOY STORY MR MIC" that tend to go for $100 or more.

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Like I said, this thread is here to help, and if I have any personal tips on obtaining those rare items I will help gladly. The movie means alot to me and others as well.
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Troll
The troll in Toy Story is the 6" kind, but I cant find one with the EXACT bikini/swimsuit at all, but thats an "easy" fix. The troll itself like this, are widely available, but study the pictures closely to make sure you got one like this. Which is the exact body style, sculpt, and at 6", as there are alot of Troll variety. Blue eyes.
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Here is some info on making Troll specific clothes, http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Troll-Doll-Clothes

And here is a picture, free to use, that I have compiled which is pretty close to the fabric the Troll has. I made this for anyone here to use, and print an accurate trail suit, so feel free by all means:
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And here is how to obtain replica fabric for the Troll, using the photo I supplied above:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwICR-vG ... re=related

I know the Troll isnt a main character, but one looking exactly as it does on screen in every way would only compliment one's collection
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Tour Guide Barbie:
Also, Tour Guide Barbie:
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Dinoco wrote:Here are some "props."
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8-Ball
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Andy/Molly's See n' Say. There's a different one for Toy Story 3 at Sunnyside, though (Wikipedia says it's an 80's version).
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A Rock a Stack is in Toy Story, Toy Story 2, and Tin Toy. I'll try to find pics later.
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make sure you get a vintage looking one, as new releases have a clear top ring
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Pixar Builder wrote:Of course the yellow Barrel of Monkeys:
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The yellow barrel is rarer, but still made:
http://www.buy.com/prod/barrel-of-monke ... 79189.html
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Flik-E wrote:I found a picture of one of the Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robot toys that looks exactly like the one seen in Toy Story 2 (it was probably designed after this one):

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There's also an exact replica of the Playskool baby monitor that Woody used in the original film:

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Hey Folks,


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Drill a hole smaller than your spare squeaker, and insert the squeaker.
Viola, instantly %100 more cool.


Edit: (BOTH VIDEOS FIXED)

Here is the squeaking video.
(video 1, the making of, has no sound)
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This is for the Thinkway collection Aliens, in either 3 pack form or single pack.

Once again, all you do is grab a drill, and a bit slightly smaller than your squeaker, and your halfway done. Drill the hole, and insert, and you're fully complete. 2 minutes later, your aliens squeak and look good doing it. No modification markings will remain visible as the only thing you're altering on the sculpture itself is the hole which will be covered by the lip of the squeaker you're inserting.

After modifications, nothing has changed except the right thing:
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Postby Pixar Builder » Sat Apr 24, 2010 3:07 am

OH, well if this forum is about toys that are like the Toy Story Collection without being considered canon to the authentic set, let me post this Lenny:
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It came from the Burger King promotional toys back when the first Toy Story came out. He's to scale compared to Woody and Buzz and his eyes are movable. It's a pretty cool wind up and I'm really fond of him.
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Postby Sheriff Woody Pride » Sat Apr 24, 2010 3:10 am

Pixar Builder wrote:OH, well if this forum is about toys that are like the Toy Story Collection without being considered canon to the authentic set, let me post this Lenny:
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It came from the Burger King promotional toys back when the first Toy Story came out. He's to scale compared to Woody and Buzz and his eyes are movable. It's a pretty cool wind up and I'm really fond of him.


Actually, this Lenny is not to scale, he's undersized.
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Postby Pixar Builder » Sat Apr 24, 2010 3:13 am

Meh, close enough for people to consider it in their collection.

Also, here's an Etch A Sketch:
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Postby TylerHaslett » Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:56 am

I agree with PixarBuiler, because while the scale is scewed, he is nearly %100 accurate in that he winds up and has a very close sculpt and features.

The Etch a Sketch is an example of a "found item" meaning its an off the shelf item. Pick one up (the exact make and model posted above) and you've got yourself a Toy Story prop "found item". The same manor as a plush penguin called "Mummford" is the same one "Joey" has on "Friends", which would be called a found item prop. (although they're rare, hahha, gf watches it but I'll take the blame)
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Postby TylerHaslett » Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:58 am

I've actually known people to make the grape soda can seen setting on the dads table in Toy Story, (also the same grape company that the UP button features), so I do love seeing replicas, hahah. I thank you folks for the contributions
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Postby Pixar Builder » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:05 am

TylerHaslett wrote:I've actually known people to make the grape soda can seen setting on the dads table in Toy Story, (also the same grape company that the UP button features), so I do love seeing replicas, hahah. I thank you folks for the contributions


If you love replicas, you should join my website for custom Pixar Builds @ http://www.reachsites.com/diypixar. It's not much, yet, but I'm trying to bring together some of the internet's best homemade builds for PIXAR items. We'd love it for you to post some stuff there.

Also, please check out my flickr set for my own custom made PIXAR builds: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattoons/sets/72157619866613425/
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Postby Buzz&Woodyforever » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:07 am

Here's a Rocky I found:
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and I'll admit that this Snake really stinks, but its pretty close to the one in the movie:
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Postby TylerHaslett » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:12 am

A replica to the movie Snake does not exist, I have been looking since 95. I would really, really want one though. He is similar to the snakes of the swivel kind, that we all know exist at most $1 stores, but his segments "go the other way" if that makes sense. Otherwise there would be a close to. Factor in also that he has a very specific head, which has not been reproduced.


The Rocky is great 1:2 scale prop. In the film he is a 12" Buzz sized figure.
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Postby oreo-94 » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:28 am

there are a few replicas out there that were exclusives to Japan I believe. Like the wheezy aqueak toy and an accurate prospector(no pullstring). I would kill to find one of those prospectors for a good deal
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Postby Buzz&Woodyforever » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:39 am

I just found Babyface:
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And the Janie doll:
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Postby TylerHaslett » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:40 am

Very accurate, if you find those, please post here and I'll add to the first post.

I've been looking for the 35 piece Tinker Toy Big Builder set, with the all blue backing and red lid same as Woody had. I cant find pics of the real deal online, but know %100 one exists. My friend had the exact one at the time, and I was obssesed then with accuracy as I am now haha.
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Postby Kyle » Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:57 am

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Postby TylerHaslett » Sat Apr 24, 2010 6:09 am

Kyle Awesome, I was looking for that shirt! I want to get one.


That Janie doll is awesome, I never knew they made that. Is that a figure or a lifesizer?

The Spiderbaby looks cool, but the head is half scale, and the parts to make his body actually exist. But that toy is the closest.
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Postby Pixar Builder » Sat Apr 24, 2010 6:20 am

I know this isn't exact replica, but it's the closest one I could find.
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I guess depending on the size of Luxo Jr. this may or may not be to scale.
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