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Top 50 Best Toy Story Characters Of All Time

Shivam ParasharShivam-Posted June 29, 2022


Top 50 Best Toy Story Characters!

 

Pixar Animation set new cinematic benchmarks following the historical release of the first 'Toy Story' feature film in 1995.

 

Ever since the remarkable progress of the first fully computer-animated mainstream project, the beloved characters of the franchise have been wooing audiences worldwide with the release of several sequels.

 

Not only are these characters well-written but they have also been voiced excellently by talented artists. This outstanding mixture has led to the development of some truly unforgettable characters in the series.

 

While some of these impressive personalities helped give a kick-start to the franchise, a few others have done their best to ensure that the story wraps up in a manner that does not end up disappointing the fans.

 

That being said, let us now take a look at 50 of the finest 'Toy Story' characters that continue to remain popular among the fans of the franchise to this very day.

 

 

1. Woody

 

Woody

 

Fans of the Toy Story franchise probably saw this coming. One of the major characters in the series, everyone's beloved cowboy Woody, had to take the top spot on our list.

 

What makes Woody irreplaceable is the fact that he is not only one of the finest characters created for this franchise or Pixar, but he has arguably prospered to be one of the best characters in the history of animation itself.

 

Film legend Tom Hanks brought this character to life with unmatched grace. Needless to say, it remains one of his finest performances to date.

 

Woody makes sure that every individual sitting in the crowd relates to him in one way or another. And, since most of us have grown up holding a toy dear to our hearts, he resonates with us rather deeply.

 

Needless to say, Woody illustrates how children take care of their possessions and just how possessive they are about the things that they adore.

 

That is precisely what makes them the most honest creatures in the world and Woody pays a humble and implicit tribute to that.

 

Courtesy of the aforementioned facts, this is one character that the fans of the franchise related to the most in almost every film, and rightfully so.

 

 

2. Buzz Lightyear

 

Buzz Lightyear

 

One of the co-leads of the Toy Story feature films, Buzz Lightyear just had to make it to this list.

 

However, aside from the fact that he was a significant character, what cements his place on our list is the fact that his journey has been the one to watch out for in the franchise.

 

While his arc in the first film was as relatable as it was amusing, what makes him immortal in the true sense of the word is his iconic catchphrase, "To Infinity and Beyond." This perhaps remains one of the best quotes in any Pixar movie released to date.

 

This plastic bilingual spaceman action figure can be seen chaperoning Woody on his adventures in each of the projects.

 

 

3. Mr. Potato Head

 

Mr. Potato Head

 

It would not be an exaggeration to assert that legendary comedian and voice artist Don Rickles turned Mr. Potato Head into a character that no Toy Story fan can afford to forget.

 

Don's comic timing not only added to the character but also made the series even more exciting than it already was.

 

One of the most recognizable toys in the franchise, Mr. Potato Head is a character that does full justice to the icon that Don Rickles was.

 

It is not surprising for many viewers to claim that the character was born to be voiced by him.

 

Undoubtedly one of the finest characters of the entire franchise, Mr. Potato Head has delivered a ton of funny moments for the viewers to relish.

 

 

4. Jessie

 

Jessie

 

Jessie may not have been a part of the first movie of the Toy Series franchise but her remarkable screen presence in the second installment made the audience feel that she has always been a part of the cast.

 

Among the most special Pixar characters of all time, Jessie has heart; something that is apparent in her character development.

 

Needless to say, the "When Somebody Loved Me" sequence from Toy Story 2 hits you differently; telling a story within minutes.

 

While Jessie's character may have had a tough origin, she does evolve into a responsible individual courtesy of the trust and support that she wins from the people around her.

 

 

5. Bo Peep

 

Bo Peep

 

Since Bo Peep was not given a lot of screen space in the first few motion pictures of the Toy Series franchise, her detailed role in the fourth installment comes across as fascinating.

 

Even though the characters of Woody and Buzz were mostly seen calling the shots in the past, it was Bo Peep who remained the most reasonable one among the lot.

 

Her no-nonsense attitude and strong values made her far more relatable to the fans of the series. The writers of the series did a commendable job of adding Bo Peep's character to the storyline.

 

Not only did they add a different character among a plethora of guy characters but they also made sure that this character was a strong and independent female.

 

 

6. Andy

 

Andy

 

Andy's character is an integral part of the Toy Story franchise of feature films. The first three movies of the series revolve around Andy's wonderful relationship with his toys.

 

Even though he has a critical part to play, he is not always seen on the screen. In the first couple of films, one can see him trying his best to spend some time with his toys and his best friend, Woody.

 

Toy Story 3 shows a fantastic development in Andy's character. It not only shows Andy preparing to go to college but it also demonstrates a heartbreaking scene where he is giving away his beloved toys to Bonnie.

 

 

7. Rex

 

Rex

 

Rex is one character from the Toy Story franchise of feature films that have been quite relatable to millennials.

 

This anxious dinosaur Rex has been making his dynamic presence felt right from the very beginning. However, unlike most dinosaurs that we have grown up watching on celluloid, this green beast is a sweetheart, to say the least.

 

He provides precise commentary for each of the plans that Woody and his gang decide to execute. Actor Wallace Shawn has done a fantastic job at making this character even more likable.

 

Even though Rex is not exactly the center of attention in most films, his presence has to just be there to add a certain amount of charm to the project.

 

 

8. Bullseye

 

Bullseye

 

Not often do we come across characters who barely have lines to speak and, yet, manage to pleasantly surprise us with their depth and development.

 

Bullseye is one such character. Even though Slinky has gone on to prove his loyalty time and again, no toy in the series feels as friendly and affectionate as Woody's trusty steed Bullseye.

 

Bullseye, who made his maiden screen appearance in the second installment of the Toy Story franchise, is ineffably sweet and compassionate towards his toy family.

 

In addition, he also knows how to operate both the television remote and the video player, among other things.

 

The writers and animators have to be given full credit for ascertaining that this character strikes a chord with the audience despite having no lines to speak.

 

 

9. Hamm

 

Hamm

 

This wisecracking plastic piggy bank with a cork in his tummy is one of the funniest Toy Story characters.

 

What is interesting about him is the fact that he was never really a toy, to begin with. However, just like in the case of Forky, Hamm's existence goes on to show the imaginative powers that kids are blessed with.

 

They can simply turn any and everything into a toy if they wish to. Hamm, who is often seen spending time with Mr. Potato Head and insulting Rex, is one of the best-remembered characters in the Toy Story franchise movies. As a viewer, you come to appreciate him more as you continue to age.

 

This could also be because you realize that he is one of the most sensible characters in the beloved franchise.

 

 

10. Slinky Dog

 

Slinky Dog

 

Slinky Dog is a significant supporting character in the Toy Story franchise. This toy dachshund, who is one of the better-recognized characters among Toy Story fans, can even speak with a Southern accent.

 

What is admirable about Slinky is the fact that he has remained a loyal character right throughout the series.

 

Needless to say, he is, indeed, the best companion anyone could have possibly asked for. Slinky is one of the best-voiced and absolutely adorable characters in the series.

 

He has gone on to prove why dogs are loved by people of all age groups across the globe.

 

It is probably because each of them has a Slinky hidden somewhere deep within.

 

 

11. The Squeeze Toy Aliens

 

The Squeeze Toy Aliens

 

Ever thought of being scared of aliens? Well, think about creatures that are not only tiny but also have three eyes.

 

Add to that the fact that they have three-fingered hands and chubby bodies. And, even though they have short arms and legs, their feet happen to be surprisingly large.

 

We do understand the fact that the above description might make the aliens come across as cute rather than dangerous.

 

It is not surprising then that these green aliens have managed to feature in each of the Toy Story movies.

 

They might be of short stature but the impact that they leave is lasting.

 

 

12. Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear

 

Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear

 

This large, magenta pink teddy bear is the main antagonist of the third installment of the Toy Story franchise of feature films.

 

While villains are not often pleasant, they certainly are the most fascinating of all characters in any project. That happens to be the case with Lotso as well.

 

There have been other villains in the franchise but it is difficult for most of them to topple the vibe that Lotso exudes.

 

He had been a victim of abandonment by children; something that made him far more ruthless than he could have been otherwise.

 

Lotso, who controlled Sunnyside with an iron fist, had become so unpleasant that he sentenced Andy's toys to death, even though they had helped in saving his life.

 

 

13. Ken

 

Ken

 

Even though Barbie had also made an appearance in the movies, it was Ken who managed to win hearts with his admirable presence.

 

Ken goes on to become an exciting character given the fact that the natural bond that he shares with Barbie compels him to turn on Lotso and assist Andy's toys.

 

However, what truly made Ken's character irresistible is the fact that he came across as hilarious in almost every sequence that he was a part of.

 

That said, his great comedy was coupled with his eccentric fashion show; a scene that solidified its place as one of the most humorous ones in any Pixar film to date.

 

 

14. Forky

 

Forky

 

Those who have seen the fourth film of the Toy Story series are familiar with the fact that its main plot revolved around the character of Forky.

 

Created by Bonnie with the help of a spork and other imaginative equipment, Forky isn't a traditional toy at all.

 

This is precisely why he faces an existential crisis and didn't wish to be treated as a mere gadget at all.

 

Forky is certain of the fact that he does not wish to stay in Bonnie's room. Sadly for him though, Woody keeps getting him back into her room.

 

Also, Woody goes on a quest to protect him because he was quite important to Bonnie. Needless to say, Forky's journey in the movie is one of the better voyages portrayed in any Pixar motion picture thus far.

 

 

15. Duke Caboom

 

Duke Caboom

 

Even though the central characters of this franchise were seen making an appearance in more than one feature, that didn't seem to be the case with Duke Caboom.

 

Even though this character might come across as a bit over-the-top, it has the potential to steal the scene whenever it appears on the screen.

 

Needless to say, it feels exaggerated in the finest possible manner. The viewers seemed to have related to Duke courtesy of his toxic past.

 

He ceased to perform as enthusiastically as the original Duke did and this, somehow, managed to irk the child who held him.

 

Despite the sadness and the odds, Duke Caboom tries to put on a gutsy face and goes about doing his thing as politely as he can.

 

 

16. Gabby Gabby

 

Gabby Gabby

 

There should be no hesitation in putting it out there that in a lot many ways, Gabby Gabby was the antagonist of the fourth installment of the Toy Story franchise of feature films.

 

Not only did she have a frightening vibe rooted in her persona but her ultimate goal was to snatch Woody's voicebox so that she could mend her own.

 

Even though these antics put her directly against the protagonist, the viewers soon get to discover that Gabby Gabby was actually not a villain after all.

 

The only reason why she was bent on fixing the voicebox was that she wanted other kids to love her.

 

There is a sequence in the film that involves a girl throwing Gabby Gabby down. Many consider it to be one of the saddest scenes in Toy Story history.

 

 

17. Sid

 

Sid

 

Sid, who happens to be Andy's neighbor, provides a sharp contrast to the characters that we have mentioned so far.

 

This is because, unlike other kids, we can see him putting his toys through some fair bit of punishment.

 

In fact, he doesn't even leave his sister's toys alone. As frightening a villain as Sid might have been in the original Toy Story, he didn't quite deserve what happened to him.

 

That said, the events do not end up scarring Sid as such since he is seen making a cameo in the third Toy Story movie, working as a garbage man.

 

 

18. Stinky Pete

 

Stinky Pete

 

Stinky Pete turned out to be the surprise villain of the second installment of the Toy Story franchise. Woody meets this charming toy when he is about to get introduced to the other toys from "Woody's Roundup." However, the sad thing about Pete is that not a lot of people around him have tried to spend some time with or play with him.

 

In fact, he seems to spend most of his time waiting to be looked after on a store shelf.

 

Pete initially comes across as someone who is protective but he soon reveals his other side when the group struggles to avoid being traded to a museum in Tokyo.

 

That said, Stinky Pete received a rather tragic ending, even though he was obsessed with the idea of perfection.

 

Therefore, it would be safe to say that his backstory makes him a character to watch out for on the screen.

 

 

19. Emperor Zurg

 

Emperor Zurg

 

Even though the terrifying Emperor Zurg may not have had a lot of screen space in the second installment of the Toy Story franchise, he certainly does his best to make his undeniable presence felt.

 

One can see him battling Buzz Lightyear, who he defeats, at the beginning of the film. However, it turns out that it was only happening in a video game that Rex was playing.

 

Later in the screenplay though, one can indeed find Zurg and Buzz going one on one with each other.

 

The action set constructed for this visual spectacle is both unusual and appealing, to say the least. Zurg, who has the upper hand in the fight, considers Darth Vader from the Star Wars franchise to be his inspiration.

 

 

20. Bonnie

 

Bonnie

 

The third installment of the Toy Story franchise is meant to show a transition of sorts and no other character demonstrates this more than Bonnie.

 

She is a reticent personality who is at her best when she is seen playing with her beloved toys.

 

Needless to say, her character is exactly what the Toy Story films are all about - being graciously devoted to something that gives you immense joy.

 

The viewers get to see how Toy Story 4 becomes the first feature film that revolves mostly around Bonnie.

 

Even though she is still as passionate about her toys, it does though seem that she may have lost interest in Woody over time.

 

 

21. Wheezy

 

Wheezy

 

Wheezy can be called one of the most sensitive toys in Andy's colorful room. We say so because he is a needy character who is always looking for someone who can play with him.

 

Sadly for him though, he is positioned high up on one of Andy's shelves after his squeaker is damaged.

 

Thankfully, Woody finally stumbles upon him and ensures that he is not forgotten by the rest. Even though Andy's mother had promised to fix Wheezy's problem, she perhaps forgot to do the needful.

 

What is unbelievable to think is the fact that he was unable to let his friends get to find him due to the damage that his squeaker endured.

 

 

22. Albert "Al" McWhiggin

 

Albert "Al" McWhiggin

 

Also known as the Chicken Man, Albert "Al" McWhiggin is one of the two main antagonists of the second installment of the Toy Story series.

 

The character, who is indicated to be a greedy owner of Al's Toy Barn, is also someone who is audacious enough to steal Woody with an aim to sell him and Woody's Roundup gang to Tokyo for money.

 

Thankfully for Woody though, his friends, Buzz Lightyear, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Dog, Rex, and Hamm, see him getting kidnapped and do their best to fetch him home.

 

Albert "Al" McWhiggin is not a very likable character. He is an obnoxious man who has very little patience for anything or anyone who tries to get in his way.

 

 

23. Buster

 

Buster

 

Buster is a dachshund who belongs to Andy Davis, who received him as a pup for Christmas at the end of the maiden feature film of the franchise.

 

He made his appearance as a grown-up canine in the second film and was seen getting old in the third one.

 

Buster continued to be a lively character and was seen playing with Andy's toys in the second installment of the series.

 

However, in the third part, one can see him dealing with heftiness and old age. Needless to say, he is not able to help Woody and his pals out as much, even though he remains loyal to them.

 

 

24. Sarge

 

Sarge

 

Sarge, who is also known as Army Sarge and Sergeant, may come across as a minor character in the Toy Story series of films but he is the gung-ho commander of an army of plastic.

 

He and his squad are very disciplined and they have a policy of not leaving any of their men behind; something that makes them thorough professionals.

 

Sargent and his troops are often seen trying to come to the assistance of their fellow toys. Many viewers can perhaps guess the fact that Sarge is a character that has been partially inspired by Gny.

 

Sgt. Hartman from Stanley Kubrick's critically acclaimed motion picture Full Metal Jacket.

 

 

25. Ducky and Bunny

 

Ducky and Bunny

 

What is both sad and funny about Ducky and Bunny is the fact that they are a pair of carnival toys that have yearned to have a lovely kid as their owner.

 

Buzz Lightyear first gets to meet the two while is tacked up on the top prize spot at a spaceship shooting game.

 

There, both Ducky and Bunny are eagerly waiting to be given away as trophies. Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are two effortlessly funny performers who have lent their voices to Ducky and Bunny.

 

Along with the antics of the characters, it is the voice of the artists that give the two a definitive edge.

 

 

26. Barbie

 

Barbie

 

Barbie is a prominent Mattel toy who has a decent supporting role to play in the Toy Story series of feature films.

 

Initially, the makers were hesitant to introduce this character in the first movie. However, the success of both the first project and the franchise paved the way for her proper introduction to the series.

 

Needless to say, a lot of Barbie dolls were seen playing multiple roles in the second installment of the franchise.

 

The Barbies that have been shown in the series seem to love fashion, make-up, and partying. They are optimistic characters who are often seen smiling.

 

Barbie in Toy Story 3 carries the aforementioned traits as well. She develops a crush on Ken and soon ends up becoming his girlfriend.

 

 

27. Mr. Pricklepants

 

Mr. Pricklepants

 

This supporting character from the Toy Story franchise of films was first seen making an appearance in Toy Story 3.

 

He is a stuffed hedgehog toy who is seen wearing lederhosen and thinks of himself as a true-blue thespian.

 

Mr. Pricklepants, who is a toy manufactured in Germany, happens to be the de facto commander of Bonnie's toys.

 

Needless to say, he even warns Woody about how menacing Lotso could be and assists him in returning to Sunnyside Daycare.

 

During the credits, one can even find Mr. Pricklepants warmly welcoming Woody and his companions to Bonnie's residence. He can also be caught playing the role of Romeo in a version of Romeo and Juliet.

 

 

28. Chatter Telephone

 

Chatter Telephone

 

Chatter Telephone is a toy and a supporting character in the third installment of the Toy Story series of feature films.

 

The character is shown to be well-intentioned and compassionate. However, that doesn't mean that he is not tough. In fact, he considers himself to be tough enough to believe that none of the toys can ever manage to crush him.

 

Chatter Telephone is one of the oldest toys in town and speaks in film noir style. Also, he cannot afford to talk unless his receiver has been raised from its cradle.

 

Besides the aforementioned facts though, the personality of this character has not been explored as much as we may have expected it to be.

 

 

29. Trixie

 

Trixie

 

This blue plastic toy first makes an appearance in the third installment of the Toy Series franchise. Trixie appears to be of the same toy line as the cute dinosaur Rex and is one of the toys owned by Bonnie Anderson.

 

While she can be found playing video games with Rex, the viewers can also catch her having an online conversation with someone called "Velocistar237." Since Trixie seems to look a tad old when compared to the other toys, it would be safe to assume that she is, indeed, one of Bonnie's oldest toys.

 

It is not surprising then that she is one of Bonnie's favorite toys.

 

 

30. Etch a Sketch

 

Etch a Sketch

 

Make way for the most unusual of all characters from the Toy Story franchise of feature films. This magic screen art pad can be seen playing a supporting role as one of Andy's toys in the first two installments of the series.

 

Etch's specialty lies in the fact that it can draw stuff rather quickly and with great accuracy. It is precisely how it manages to communicate its thoughts and feelings.

 

Needless to say, that could be one reason why we have seen sketches of guns and maps, and portraits of Buzz, Woody, and Al, among others.

 

 

31. Remote Control Car

 

Remote Control Car

 

Remote Control Car, simply called RC for short, is one of the supporting characters from the maiden Toy Story feature film.

 

It also had a tiny role to play in the second installment as well. Remote Control Car is Andy's toy race car which was used vigorously during playtime.

 

However, he was separated from the other toys in the time to come. The car was used by Andy for taking Woody for a spin at the beginning of the first feature film.

 

RC was the first among all the toys to come to life after Woody notified the other toys that it's okay to come out after Andy was seen leaving his room.

 

 

32. Molly Davis

 

Molly Davis

 

The owner of both Barbie and Bo Peep during her childhood, Molly Davis is the younger sister of Andy and the only daughter of Mrs.Davis.

 

While this minor character was seen appearing as an infant in the first movie of the franchise, she appeared as a toddler in the second, and a pre-teen in the third one, respectively.

 

In addition, she also made her presence felt in the fourth Toy Story motion picture. She was seen playing a kindergartner during flashbacks in this one.

 

Even though Bo Peep was originally Andy's, she had moved to Molly's room once the family had shifted to a new location.

 

 

33. Hannah Phillips

 

Hannah Phillips

 

Sid's younger sister, Hannah, is another minor supporting character worth mentioning from the Toy Story franchise of feature films.

 

Despite the antics of her brother, Hannah tries her best to come across as a normal kid. Sid, for some strange reason, is often seen maiming her dolls, even though he realizes the fact that she loves them very much.

 

Slowly but steadily, Hannah finds most of her dolls mutilated by her own brother. However, once he sees the toys coming to life, his sister uses one of her dolls to scare him and chase him into his room.

 

 

34. Buttercup

 

Buttercup

 

This supporting character from the Toy Series franchise was first seen making an appearance in the third movie. Buttercup is a unicorn, but with a personality that digs deep.

 

Not only can he afford to get sarcastic, but he can even be seen having conversations when he wishes to.

 

He belongs to Bonnie Anderson and given the fact he thrives on sarcasm, one can find him being a very good friend to the equally sarcastic Hamm.

 

Even though he can turn out to be mischievous from time to time, one can find him to be very relaxed when it comes to Woody asking for assistance.

 

 

35. Big Baby

 

Big Baby

 

How often have you referred to a Baby as Big? Well, there is always a first time for the most unusual of things.

 

One of the secondary antagonists of the third installment of the Toy Story franchise, Big Baby is a very big baby doll.

 

In fact, some would as that he is the size of an actual baby; thus, the name. Big Baby was once one of Daisy's finest toys.

 

However, after he, Lotso, and Chuckles were forgotten by her during a break at a rest stop, the trio decided to come to Sunnyside Daycare themselves.

 

 

36. Peas-in-a-Pod

 

Peas-in-a-Pod

 

One of the toys in possession of Bonnie Anderson, the Peas-in-a-Pod makes an appearance in the third installment of the Toy Story franchise of feature films.

 

For the sake of the information of our readers, the pod is about 8.5 inches wide and the peas themselves are about 2.5 inches wide.

 

That said, Woody first gets to see the peapod after having gotten played by Bonnie. After the latter is seen flipping over her toy basket before heading to make a "spaceship", Woody is seen backing away and, therefore, thrusting into the peapod.

 

Three plush peas are seen revealing themselves right after the event. The peas are named Peatey, Peanelope, and Peatrice, respectively.

 

 

37. Mr. Spell

 

Mr. Spell

 

Mr. Spell is a toy that every parent would love to have for their children. Not only is he entertaining but he is also equally educational.

 

Made by Texas Instruments, he was originally in Andy's possession. However, one could perhaps find him with Bonnie later on in the series.

 

He must have been donated to her somewhere between the second and the third installments of the Toy Story series.

 

What is special about Spell is the fact that he can talk by spelling the words that he is saying and reflecting them on the screen.

 

He may have not played a massive role in the first film but one could find him in the background from time to time.

 

 

38. Dolly

 

Dolly

 

One of the significant characters of the third motion picture of the Toy Story franchise, Dolly is one of the original toys owned by Bonnie.

 

She is a rag doll who has claimed to be the leader of the latter's toys. While she likes to have a command over Bonnie's toys, Dolly is also very sarcastic when she wants to be.

 

She can be seen talking a lot in metaphors, which makes her come across as wise. She can be easily irritated by the spork Forky.

 

This is because he happens to make her feel both perplexed and groggy.

 

 

39. Mrs. Davis

 

Mrs. Davis

 

This minor character in the Toy Story franchise of feature films is the single mother of Andy and Molly Davis.

 

For some strange reason, her husband is never mentioned in the movies. So, basically, nobody knows what happened to him or if he existed in the first place.

 

Be that as it may, Mrs. Davis had turned out to be a bit of an accidental antagonist in the franchise.

 

We say so because she was often seen getting the toys into accidents in almost every film. This pushed the toys to go on adventures and fall into the web of non-stop trouble.

 

 

40. Rocky Gibraltar

 

Rocky Gibraltar

 

Rocky Gibraltar is a figure of a former heavy-weight wrestler who made his debut appearance during Andy's play time in the first feature film of the Toy Story franchise.

 

He is presumably based on the Wrestling Superstars figures created by Hasbro. Since Rocky is a wrestling figure, it is not surprising that he happens to be the strongest toy in Andy's room.

 

He doesn't talk in the films but one can find him grunting from time to time. Having said that, the viewers can catch him talking in third-person in the Toy Story Animated StoryBook game.

 

 

41. Scud

 

Scud

 

This manic bull terrier belongs to Sid Phillips, who could not have been happier to have him around. As much as Sid loves dismantling the toys, Scud is that much better at it.

 

He loves to assist his owner in tormenting any toy just for the sake of fun, so long as they come into his sight.

 

It appears to the viewers that Scud may perhaps like tearing the dog toys apart more than the usual ones.

 

This could be because he likes the dog toys better. That being said, Scud is a temperamental canine whose mood one cannot really be certain of.

 

 

42. Shark

 

Shark

 

Shark is a side character who can be seen making an appearance in titles such as Toy Story, Toy Story Treats, and Toy Story 2.

 

This squeaky rubber toy can be found in Andy's toy box and, given the fact that he is called Shark, one can assume that he is based on a blue shark.

 

That being said, this character has been developed with white rubber with his back painted in blue. He is also equipped with a squeaker in his mouth.

 

Shark spends a lot of time exploring the depth of the toy box.

 

 

43. Angel Kitty

 

Angel Kitty

 

Angel Kitty, who has been portrayed as a Christmas tree ornament that is a blend of a cat and an angel, is a character that can be seen in Toy Story That Time Forgot.

 

She is wise enough to say things that are majorly related to the beloved festival of Christmas. Those lines resonate massively with those around her at the time.

 

Angel Kitty can also be seen carrying a trumpet, even though it is destroyed later. The character, which is first seen when Bonnie uses her in her game, has the capacity to melt hearts with her thoughtful presence.

 

 

44. Chuckles the Clown

 

Chuckles the Clown

 

Chuckles the Clown is a minor character that can be seen in the third installment of the Toy Story series.

 

This stuffed clown toy has been voiced for the screen by the late Bud Luckey. Bud is also someone who is known to have lent his voice to the character of Rick Dicker in The Incredibles.

 

Chuckles the Clown is the one who notifies Woody of Lotso's past. He, along with his good friends Big Baby and Lotso, used to be in possession of a girl named Daisy.

 

However, one day, they accidentally got left behind by her at a park. Soon after they got home though, they discovered that Lotso had been replaced.

 

Lotso had later persuaded Chuckles and Big Baby to abandon Daisy.

 

 

45. Lenny the Binoculars

 

Lenny the Binoculars

 

This tiny binocular wind-up toy can be seen making an appearance in the first two installments of the Toy Story franchise of feature films.

 

Lenny, who is a pair of small, bright blue binoculars with orange feet, is seen playing a recurring role in the first two Toy Story movies.

 

He serves as the eyes of the other toys and is, therefore, used as binoculars by them. Time and again, he can be seen informing them about what he sees during his watch.

 

However, since he does not have a mouth, it is, of course, assumed that he cannot speak.

 

 

46. Chunk

 

Chunk

 

Chunk is one of the supporting antagonists in the third installment of the Toy Story franchise. However, the character is shown to be reformed by the end of the motion picture.

 

This rock-like toy from Sunnyside Daycare has been blessed with a lot of strength. His shielding shoulder spikes, oversized limbs, and fists ready to whack anyone who gets in his way make him a force to be reckoned with.

 

Chunk also has a spike hidden in his head, which turns his personality from friendly to fierce within a matter of seconds.

 

Also, he doesn't need batteries for that change to materialize.

 

 

47. Bookworm

 

Bookworm

 

Contrary to what his name suggests, Bookworm initially started as a minor antagonist in the third installment of the Toy Story series.

 

In the end, though, he is also shown to be reformed. This incredibly smart worm toy with a built-in flashlight takes care of a library in Sunnyside Daycare.

 

Fortunately for the toys and their owners, the library has instruction manuals for most of the toys. So, whenever a toy needs to be understood better or reset, these manuals, provided by Bookworm, prove to be of great assistance to those who need them.

 

Bookworm has the ability to introduce a lot many young kids to reading.

 

 

48. Mr. Microphone

 

Mr. Microphone

 

Mr. Microphone, who is popularly known as Mr. Mike, or Mike, can be seen making an appearance in the first and second parts of the Toy Story franchise.

 

This microphone also works like a tape recorder toy and has been developed by Playskool. In addition, Mike is also gifted the ability to play FM whenever it is needed.

 

Mike is a minor supporting character and is also one of Andy's several toys. We would like to notify our readers that a real-life Mike was made in response to his likable impression in Toy Story.

 

 

49. Snake and Robot

 

Snake and Robot

 

While most of us are terrified of snakes, the snake that is apparent in the Toy Story series of feature films isn't someone who would make you run for your life.

 

This green and purple jointed rattlesnake toy is exhibited to be good pals with Robot. It is not surprising then that they are mostly seen together throughout the movie/s.

 

Therefore, the viewers also get to see both Snake and Robot getting selected for podium duty for Woody’s staff meeting.

 

One reason for this could be that Robot happens to be outstanding with building blocks.

 

 

50. Stretch

 

Stretch

 

One of the tertiary antagonists of the third installment of the Toy Story franchise, Stretch is a glittery purple rubber toy octopus, who can be seen starting out as one of Lotso's minions at Sunnyside Daycare.

 

Even though he helps with the capture of Andy's toys, he can be seen getting irked when Lotso's true demeanor is revealed in one of the sequences.

 

While one can not exactly say for certain, it did occur to some viewers that Stretch might just be based on the Wacky WallWalker toys from the 1980s.

 

To conclude, we would like to mention that some other minor characters could have been on this list as well, but, hey, we have got to stop somewhere.

 

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