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Toy Story 1-3 - Collection (DVD Boxset) £7.50 @ Tesco

£7.50 @ Tesco Direct
This collection includes all three phenomenally successful TOY STORY films. TOY STORY was the first feature-length film animated entirely by computer, and is as chock-full of heart and warmth as an… Read More
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This collection includes all three phenomenally successful TOY STORY films.

TOY STORY was the first feature-length film animated entirely by computer, and is as chock-full of heart and warmth as any Disney cartoon feature. Young Andy's playthings, including the sardonic Mr. Potatohead, a Slinky Dog with a southern drawl, an anxiety-ridden dinosaur, and some very gung- ho toy soldiers, are led by Woody, a pull-string cowboy doll whom Andy adores. But on his birthday, Andy receives a self-possessed, gadget-laden spaceman action figure named Buzz Lightyear, who quickly becomes Andy's favourite. Soon the overlooked Woody becomes very jealous. However, when a turn of events leaves Buzz and Woody lost in the 'outside world,' they have to get along in order to find their way home.
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DVD. What's the point?
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Vicar_in_a_Tutu
DVD. What's the point?

These originally came out on VHS don't forget?.

As Toy Story was pre-Millennium! (having originally come out in only 1994?!, so .....

With that in mind, I therefore fail to see what 'extra' upon this Toy Story Trilogy that the DVD Format can not/is not more than sufficiently able to provide? (that for a 20 year old+ Toy Story Technology, the Blu-Ray Format is supposedly able to perhaps sufficiently more than do better?, or whatever ..... )

I personally don't get it? (but that's just me though?), lol. :-)
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amour3k
Vicar_in_a_Tutu
DVD. What's the point?

These originally came out on VHS don't forget?.

As Toy Story was pre-Millennium! (having originally come out in only 1994?!, so .....

With that in mind, I therefore fail to see what 'extra' upon this Toy Story Trilogy that the DVD Format can not/is not more than sufficiently able to provide? (that for a 20 year old+ Toy Story Technology, the Blu-Ray Format is supposedly able to perhaps sufficiently more than do better?, or whatever ..... )

I personally don't get it? (but that's just me though?), lol. :-)


This would be a nice xmas present for my 2 and 4 year old who won't have seen them all
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amour3k
Vicar_in_a_Tutu
DVD. What's the point?
These originally came out on VHS don't forget?.
As Toy Story was pre-Millennium! (having originally come out in only 1994?!, so .....
With that in mind, I therefore fail to see what 'extra' upon this Toy Story Trilogy that the DVD Format can not/is not more than sufficiently able to provide? (that for a 20 year old+ Toy Story Technology, the Blu-Ray Format is supposedly able to perhaps sufficiently more than do better?, or whatever ..... )
I personally don't get it? (but that's just me though?), lol. :-)

I know Toy Story was VHS era. I had it on VHS myself.
Your English seems a bit broken, but if you're saying you're not sure how the Blu-ray set can be better than the DVD, then you should try a Blu-ray. Night and day difference.
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Vicar_in_a_Tutu
amour3k
Vicar_in_a_Tutu
DVD. What's the point?
These originally came out on VHS don't forget?.
As Toy Story was pre-Millennium! (having originally come out in only 1994?!, so .....
With that in mind, I therefore fail to see what 'extra' upon this Toy Story Trilogy that the DVD Format can not/is not more than sufficiently able to provide? (that for a 20 year old+ Toy Story Technology, the Blu-Ray Format is supposedly able to perhaps sufficiently more than do better?, or whatever ..... )
I personally don't get it? (but that's just me though?), lol. :-)

I know Toy Story was VHS era. I had it on VHS myself.
Your English seems a bit broken, but if you're saying you're not sure how the Blu-ray set can be better than the DVD, then you should try a Blu-ray. Night and day difference.


Its really for the kids my 2 year old doesnt mind if it blu ray or not
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DVDs are very convenient for kids films, as DVD players are still a lot more common than Blu-Ray players so they can be taken along when they stay with friends and family with no worries about whether they can be used or not.

Plus, yeah, young kids don't really care whether a movie is in SD or HD really.

I liked it when Disney put out their big releases as double-play BRs and DVDs as standard. They seem to have dropped that now.
#7
Great price. If you have Sky and have claimed the Xmas sky offer, you may get a £13.99 Store voucher, you can then buy Toy Story Box Set on DVD & Keep which means it's always in your planner on all your devices as well as you having the hard copy DVD's sent to you. This would only cost £5 in total. (Price on Sky Store £18.99, minus £13.99 voucher)

Hope this helps someone, it's what I have done. Happy to have the DVD hard copies but my little one likes to control it himself sometimes via the Ipad App and handy to have in the planner so no need to switch to different AV channels etc.

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