HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: Toy Story That Time Forgot Blu-ray + Digital HD

Toy Story That Time ForgotHonestly, the “Toy Story” franchise is the gift that keeps on giving. They continue to roll out new titles that are just as entertaining and fun as the original movie way back in 1995. And they’re fun for both kids and grownups. Way to go, Woody, Buzz Lightyear and gang!

And now it’s available for the time time ever on Blu-ray, Digital HD  and Disney Movies Anywhere, loaded with all new never-before-seen bonus features, including behind-the-scenes featurettes, sing-alongs and more than 10 minutes of delete scenes.


In Disney•Pixar’s new animated adventure, “TOY STORY THAT TIME FORGOT,” Join Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen) and the gang for an unforgettable tale packed with family fun and a must-have for every Pixar fan’s collection!

During one of Bonnie’s post-Christmas play dates, the “Toy Story” crew find themselves in uncharted territory when the coolest set of action figures ever turn out to be dangerously delusional. It’s all up to Trixie, the triceratops, if the gang hopes to ever return to Bonnie’s room.

Directed by Steve Purcell (“Brave,” “Cars”) and produced by Galyn Susman (“Toy Story,” Ratatouille”), the voice talent includes: Tom Hanks as Woody (“Saving Mr. Banks,” “Captain Phillips”), Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear (“Toy Story,” “The Santa Clause”), Kristen Schaal as Trixie (“Toy Story 3,” “The Muppets”), Kevin McKidd as Reptillus Maximus (“Brave,” TV’s “Grey’s Anatomy”), Wallace Shawn as Rex (“The Princess Bride,” “Air Buddies”), Timothy Dalton as Mr. Pricklepants (“Toy Story 3,” TV’s “Penny Dreadful”), Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head (“Toy Story”), Joan Cusack as Jessie (“Toy Story,” “The End of the Tour”).

The runtime is approximately 22 minutes (perfect for little ones), and it’s rated TV-G.

I received the Blu-ray + Digital HD copy for review. Let’s take a look at the bonus features…


Reptillus!  – In this behind-the-scenes look at “Toy Story That Time Forgot,” the filmmakers share a peek at the origins of the Battlesaurs world and culture, and explain the character design and development of its greatest hero, Reptillus Maximus.

Commentary – Commentary with “Toy Story that Time Forgot” director, Steve Purcell, and head of story, Derek Thompson, on the process of making “Toy Story That Time Forgot.”

Toy Story Goes to Comic-Con – The “Toy Story that Time Forgot” team heads to San Diego to unveil the project to the public, led by their own longtime Comic-Con veterans, director Steve Purcell and head of story Derek Thompson.

My Unexpected Friend – Feel the power – and sing along – as Reptillus Maximus expresses the depth of his feelings for Trixie in this 80’s-inspired karaoke video for his soulful ballad, “My Unexpected Friend.”

Battlesaurs Animated Opening – A 2D animated opening for the fictional animated TV series, “Battlesaurs.”

Deleted Scenes with Intros & Outros – “Toy Story That Time Forgot” director, Steve Purcell, introduces scenes that were developed and storyboarded for the special, but were ultimately cut from the final version:

  • Battlesaurs Christmas
  • Light of Play
  • Prisoners of Bone
  • SOS
  • Trixie’s Proposal

*Digital bonus offerings may vary by retailer

DMA Exclusive:

  • Deleted Scene: Battleopolis

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