Toy Story That Time Forgot

Synopsis: The story takes place after a Christmas holiday with the regular toys finding themselves trapped in unusual territory with a group of new and delusional action figures. Together they must find their way back to their child's bedroom and to safety.
Director(s): Steve Purcell
Production: Disney/Pixar
  8 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
TV-G
Year:
2014
22 min
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Ho, ho, howdy everyone.

That sure was a fun Christmas.

Hello, villagers. Whoo!

Excuse me, pardon me, thank you.

Hey, there, Baby Reindeer.

Let's spread some Christmas cheer.

I am the goblin fairy.

I'll make you the most beautiful of all.

Pling!

Hooray!

Excuse me, miss.

There's a bug in my son's ice cream,

and he has a bug allergy.

There you go, sweetheart. Enjoy.

Oh, no! My dinosaur has escaped.

I'll find you.

- Did you hear that, Rex?

- I am a bit concerned.

No! For once, I'm finally going to

get played with as a dinosaur.

- Oh!

- Prepare yourself. Inhabit the part.

You must not play the dinosaur,

you must be the dinosaur.

But I am the dinosaur.

Exactly! Now get out there and sparkle.

There she is.

The terrifying Kittysaurus.

Oh, no. She laid millions of eggs.

Ploop, ploop, ploop.

Bonnie.

Get ready to leave, okay, sweetie?

Coming! To be continued.

Whoo! That was fun.

The way Bonnie's mind works

is a mystery of science.

- You make a fantastic little dinosaur.

- Well done, Kitty.

- I was completely convinced.

- I didn't know you had it in you.

Brava.

Oh! And, um, your portrayal of

the disgruntled lunch counter patron

was gripping.

Oh, don't worry, Trixie.

Next time you'll be a dinosaur for sure.

Andy used to play with me

like a dinosaur all the time.

Yeah, me too.

It's not all it's cracked up to be.

- How would I know?

- Good point.

Honey, why don't you

bring some toys to share with Mason?

I'll get my spaceship.

Santa Woody, Villager,

Daddy Reindeer, Baby Reindeer

and the terrifying Kittysaurus!

Greet the world with an open heart.

Remember to be polite, now.

Please and thank you.

Hey!

Go on upstairs, Bonnie.

Mason's easy to find.

Mason!

Mason?

Whoa! Oh, duck.

Whoa, that was close!

Um...

You've got to be kidding me.

He got an Optimum X for Christmas.

- I never knew Mason liked video games.

- No! What?

Sadly, the controls are

beyond my limitations.

Limitations are the shackles

we bind to ourselves.

Mason!

Oh. Hey, Bonnie. Whoa!

You have got to check this out.

- Come on.

- Oh.

Okay.

- Mayday! Mayday!

- We're going in!

Everyone okay?

I guess we're not

getting played with, after all.

Well, who could blame her?

No one could resist an Optimum X.

Where is everybody?

Where's Sock Ape

and the little wrestlers

and the Eco Force gang?

Looks like we've got all afternoon

to find our old friends.

Or maybe some new ones.

Wow. Mason really hit the jackpot

this Christmas.

- Nobody's this good.

- We're gonna meet some new toys!

I'm both excited and panic-stricken.

I love it.

Oh!

Hey!

Oh!

Here, boy. Here, little guy.

- Trixie!

- Come on, gang. Let's stay together.

- Hey. Slow down, buddy.

- Where are you going?

- Trixie!

- Hey! Trixie!

You guys, this play date

just got very interesting.

A complete set, fresh out of the box.

- Where is everybody?

- Hello?

Hey. Motion-activated room sentry.

Impressive.

Whoa! Look at 'em.

They're like dinosaurs plus.

With the armor,

and the little red spears.

Easy there, little doggy.

Speak swiftly, foolish outlanders,

or suffer my battle blade.

Ooh.

We are savage warriors,

eager to slake our endless thirst

for conquest.

Ooh, nice.

Everyone's so committed to their roles.

Who goes there?

Go talk to him, Sheriff.

Uh, well, hi there, sir.

My name is Woody and uh...

Nobody cares.

What fearsome dinosaurs are these?

- Oh.

- Oh.

Greetings. I am Reptillus Maximus.

And I am...

Um...

My name's Trixie. It's Trixie.

You're not like our females.

Oh, you're quite

a unique specimen yourself.

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Steve Purcell

Steven Ross Purcell (born 1961) is an American cartoonist, animator, and game designer. He is most widely known as the creator of Sam & Max, an independent comic book series about a pair of anthropomorphic animal vigilantes and private investigators, for which Purcell received an Eisner Award in 2007. Since being a comic, the series has grown to incorporate an animated television series and several video games. A graduate of the California College of Arts and Craft, Purcell began his career creating comic strips for the college newsletter. He performed freelance work for Marvel Comics and Fishwrap Productions before publishing his first Sam & Max comic in 1987. Purcell was hired by LucasArts as an artist and animator in 1988, working on several titles within the company's adventure games era. Purcell collaborated with Nelvana to create a Sam & Max television series in 1997, and briefly worked as an animator for Industrial Light & Magic after leaving LucasArts. He is currently employed in the story development department at Pixar. His main work for the animation studio has been with the 2006 film Cars, the 2012 film Brave and spin-off materials such as shorts and video games. Alongside his employment with Pixar, Purcell has continued to work with comic books and came together with Telltale Games in 2005 to bring about new series of Sam & Max video games. more…

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