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Toy Story (1995)

Toy Story poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $191,796,233Details
International Box Office $172,749,283Details
Worldwide Box Office $364,545,516
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 101-200) 199 $191,796,233
All Time International Box Office (Rank 401-500) 441 $172,749,283
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 301-400) 302 $364,545,516
All Time Domestic Box Office for Digital Animation Movies 40 $191,796,233
All Time International Box Office for Digital Animation Movies 75 $172,749,283
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Digital Animation Movies 62 $364,545,516

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 22nd, 1995 (Wide) by Walt Disney
International Releases: November 29th, 1995 (Wide) (Australia)
February 21st, 2015 (Limited), released as Toy Story (RE: 2015) (Australia)
Video Release: October 30th, 1996 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: G
Running Time: 80 minutes
Franchise: Toy Story
Comparisons: vs. Shrek
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Keywords: Living Toys, Family Movie, 3-D
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Disney-Pixar
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic 38th Weekend 58 $35,933 Aug 9, 1996 264
Biggest Domestic 37th Weekend 54 $47,271 Aug 2, 1996 257
Biggest Domestic 36th Weekend 53 $56,963 Jul 26, 1996 250
Biggest Domestic 35th Weekend 48 $86,776 Jul 19, 1996 243
Biggest Domestic 34th Weekend 39 $112,381 Jul 12, 1996 236
Biggest Domestic 33rd Weekend 27 $281,882 Jul 5, 1996 229
Biggest Domestic 32nd Weekend 33 $242,902 Jun 28, 1996 222
Biggest Domestic 31st Weekend 30 $323,111 Jun 21, 1996 215
Biggest Domestic 30th Weekend 27 $408,114 Jun 14, 1996 208
Biggest Domestic 29th Weekend 26 $636,944 Jun 7, 1996 201
Biggest Domestic 28th Weekend 20 $933,144 May 31, 1996 194
Biggest Domestic 27th Weekend 7 $1,774,539 May 24, 1996 187
Biggest Domestic 8th Weekend 37 $7,369,912 Jan 12, 1996 54
Martin Luther King (All Movies, 3-Day) 153 $7,369,912 Jan 12, 1996 54
Martin Luther King (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 102 $14,839,868 Jan 12, 1996 54
Biggest Domestic 7th Weekend 75 $7,061,114 Jan 5, 1996 47
Biggest Domestic 6th Weekend 6 $19,395,010 Dec 29, 1995 40
Fastest to $150m 246 $150,004,917 Dec 29, 1995 40
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 31 $19,395,010 Dec 29, 1995 40
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 12 $39,681,745 Dec 29, 1995 40
Biggest Domestic 5th Weekend 52 $12,113,949 Dec 22, 1995 33
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day) 93 $12,113,949 Dec 22, 1995 33
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 61 $24,784,861 Dec 22, 1995 33
Fastest to $100m 438 $103,594,948 Dec 15, 1995 30
Fastest to $50m 646 $64,674,626 Dec 1, 1995 12
Top G Weekend Domestic 36 $29,140,617 Nov 24, 1995 5
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 3-Day) 33 $29,140,617 Nov 24, 1995 5
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 12 $59,621,032 Nov 24, 1995 5
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day) 51 $29,140,617 Nov 24, 1995 5
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 42 $59,621,032 Nov 24, 1995 5
Thanksgiving (Opening, 3-Day) 14 $29,140,617 Nov 24, 1995 5
Thanksgiving (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 6 $59,621,032 Nov 24, 1995 5
Thanksgiving (Opening, 5-Day) 23 $29,140,617 Nov 24, 1995 5
Thanksgiving (Opening, 5-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 19 $59,621,032 Nov 24, 1995 5

Cast

   Woody
   Buzz Lightyear
Don Rickles    Mr. Potato Head
Jim Varney    Slinky Dog
Wallace Shawn    Rex the Green Dinosaur
John Ratzenberger    Hamm the Piggy Bank
Annie Potts    Bo Peep
John Morris    Andy
Erik von Detten    Sid
Laurie Metcalf    Mrs. Davis
R. Lee Ermey    Sergeant
Sarah Freeman    Hannah
Jack Angel    Additional Voice
Phil Proctor    Additional Voice
Mickie McGowan    Additional Voice
Patrick Pinney    Additional Voices
Sherry Lynn    Additional Voice
Debi Derryberry    Additional Voice
Bill Farmer    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Joss Whedon
Screenwriter    Andrew Stanton
Screenwriter    Joel Cohen
Screenwriter    Alec Sokolow
Story Creator    John Lasseter
Story Creator    Pete Docter
Story Creator    Andrew Stanton
Story Creator    John Ranft
Producer    Ralph Guggenheim
Producer    Bonnie Arnold
Producer    Edwin Catmull
Producer    Steven Jobs
Supervising Technical Director    William Reeves
Supervising Animator    Pete Docter
Editor    Robert Gordon
Editor    Lee Unkrich
Composer    Randy Newman
Art Director    Ralph Eggleston
Sound Designer    Gary Rydstrom

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1995/11/24 1 $29,140,617   2,457 $11,860   $39,071,176 1
1995/12/01 1 $20,164,662 -31% 2,461 $8,194   $64,674,626 2
1995/12/08 1 $13,879,803 -31% 2,476 $5,606   $83,050,084 3
1995/12/15 2 $10,975,102 -21% 2,528 $4,341   $97,458,735 4
1995/12/22 2 $12,113,949 +10% 2,522 $4,803   $115,708,897 5
1995/12/29 1 $19,395,010 +60% 2,574 $7,535   $150,004,917 6
1996/01/05 4 $7,061,114 -64% 2,469 $2,860   $160,800,738 7
1996/01/12 5 $7,369,912 +4% 2,053 $3,590   $169,753,776 8
1996/01/19 8 $3,671,487 -50% 1,722 $2,132   $174,243,923 9
1996/01/26 10 $2,378,810 -35% 1,401 $1,698   $177,363,558 10
1996/02/02 14 $1,555,302 -35% 1,049 $1,483   $179,411,323 11
1996/02/09 16 $939,666 -40% 887 $1,059   $180,653,741 12
1996/02/16 14 $1,503,009 +60% 1,019 $1,475   $182,447,989 13
1996/02/23 21 $589,341 -61% 618 $954   $183,372,334 14
1996/03/01 25 $359,433 -39% 457 $787   $183,849,377 15
1996/03/08 29 $267,721 -26% 442 $606   $184,205,561 16
1996/03/22 41 $94,837   209 $454   $184,592,498 18
1996/03/29 47 $77,103 -19% 161 $479   $184,704,860 19
1996/04/05 48 $51,861 -33% 114 $455   $184,791,362 20
1996/04/12 56 $34,992 -33% 81 $432   $184,849,036 21
1996/05/24 7 $1,774,539   823 $2,156   $186,644,756 27
1996/05/31 10 $933,144 -47% 766 $1,218   $187,890,719 28
1996/06/07 11 $636,944 -32% 658 $968   $188,822,426 29
1996/06/14 14 $408,114 -36% 574 $711   $189,536,685 30
1996/06/21 17 $323,111 -21% 522 $619   $190,189,545 31
1996/06/28 24 $242,902 -25% 424 $573   $190,623,155 32
1996/07/05 22 $281,882 +16% 309 $912   $190,991,145 33
1996/07/12 30 $112,381 -60% 256 $439   $191,222,531 34
1996/07/19 32 $86,776 -23% 216 $402   $191,374,075 35
1996/07/26 41 $56,963 -34% 171 $333   $191,492,543 36
1996/08/02 42 $47,271 -17% 152 $311   $191,584,620 37
1996/08/09 49 $35,933 -24% 119 $302   $191,652,928 38

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1995/11/24 1 $34,579,405   2,457 $14,074   $44,509,964 2
1995/12/01 1 $24,660,317 -29% 2,461 $10,020   $69,170,281 3
1995/12/08 1 $17,313,352 -30% 2,476 $6,992   $86,483,633 4
1995/12/15 1 $17,111,315 -1% 2,528 $6,769   $103,594,948 5
1995/12/22 1 $27,014,959 +58% 2,522 $10,712   $130,609,907 6
1995/12/29 1 $23,129,717 -14% 2,574 $8,986   $153,739,624 7
1996/01/05 4 $8,644,240 -63% 2,469 $3,501   $162,383,864 8
1996/01/12 5 $8,188,572 -5% 2,053 $3,989   $170,572,436 9
1996/01/19 9 $4,412,312 -46% 1,722 $2,562   $174,984,748 10
1996/01/26 12 $2,871,273 -35% 1,401 $2,049   $177,856,021 11
1996/02/02 15 $1,858,054 -35% 1,049 $1,771   $179,714,075 12
1996/02/09 17 $1,230,905 -34% 887 $1,388   $180,944,980 13
1996/02/16 14 $1,838,013 +49% 1,019 $1,804   $182,782,993 14
1996/02/23 22 $706,951 -62% 618 $1,144   $183,489,944 15
1996/03/01 25 $447,896 -37% 457 $980   $183,937,840 16
1996/03/22 37 $130,096   209 $622   $184,627,757 19
1996/03/29 40 $111,744 -14% 161 $694   $184,739,501 20
1996/04/05 47 $74,543 -33% 114 $654   $184,814,044 21
1996/05/24 7 $2,087,358   823 $2,536   $186,957,575 28
1996/05/31 11 $1,227,907 -41% 766 $1,603   $188,185,482 29
1996/06/07 12 $943,089 -23% 658 $1,433   $189,128,571 30
1996/06/14 15 $737,863 -22% 574 $1,285   $189,866,434 31
1996/06/21 16 $513,819 -30% 522 $984   $190,380,253 32
1996/06/28 22 $329,010 -36% 424 $776   $190,709,263 33
1996/07/05 23 $400,887 +22% 309 $1,297   $191,110,150 34
1996/07/12 31 $177,149 -56% 256 $692   $191,287,299 35
1996/07/19 32 $148,281 -16% 216 $686   $191,435,580 36
1996/07/26 35 $101,769 -31% 171 $595   $191,537,349 37
1996/08/02 41 $79,646 -22% 152 $524   $191,616,995 38

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 2/21/2015 $0 0 72 72 $60,219 7/1/2015
 
Rest of World $172,689,064
 
International Total$172,749,283 7/1/2015

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/11/20102726,199 77,986$606,667$1,987,577702
5/16/20107125,934 251,703$2,379,850$5,423,592707
5/23/20101468,878-45% 320,581$1,375,638$6,799,230708
5/30/20101352,885-23% 373,466$1,149,540$7,948,771709
6/6/20101046,948-11% 420,414$1,037,260$8,986,030710
6/13/20101055,264+18% 475,678$1,079,864$10,065,894711
6/20/20101360,561+10% 536,239$1,361,417$11,427,312712
6/27/20107119,287+97% 655,526$2,380,372$13,807,684713
7/4/20101265,439-45% 720,965$1,208,698$15,016,381714
7/11/20101360,201-8% 781,166$1,080,229$16,096,610715
7/18/20101846,497-23% 827,663$894,049$16,990,659716
7/25/20101747,375+2% 875,038$907,099$17,897,758717
8/1/20101536,014-24% 911,052$689,931$18,587,689718
8/8/20102035,659-1% 946,711$639,844$19,227,532719
8/15/20102332,621-9% 979,332$618,602$19,846,134720
8/22/20102530,816-6% 1,010,148$578,869$20,425,003721
11/7/20101342,071 1,134,666$693,044$22,671,681732
11/14/20102537,072-12% 1,171,738$516,743$23,188,424733
11/21/20102062,733+69% 1,234,471$843,834$24,032,258734
12/5/20102682,172 1,393,955$1,102,543$26,203,199736
12/12/20102699,481+21% 1,493,436$1,415,018$27,618,216737
6/7/20152813,190 3,724,812$200,951$70,445,227971
12/20/20152455,998 4,046,120$837,730$75,865,759999
2/14/20162920,379 4,155,497$306,213$77,479,9351,007
2/21/20161920,436 4,175,933$305,723$77,785,6571,008
3/20/20162614,915 4,218,795$223,128$78,461,9991,012
5/29/2016308,953 4,298,503$179,953$79,962,2191,022

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/28/20101205,202 205,202$5,538,402$5,538,402700
4/4/2010556,028-73% 261,230$1,553,650$7,092,052701
4/11/2010431,577-44% 292,807$739,536$7,831,588702
4/18/2010229,814-6% 322,621$685,433$8,517,021703
4/25/2010205,506-82% 328,127$126,584$8,643,605704
5/2/2010197,147+30% 335,274$164,307$8,807,912705
5/9/20101218,154+154% 353,428$445,869$9,253,781706
5/16/2010625,893+43% 379,321$647,073$9,900,854707
5/23/2010525,068-3% 404,389$659,049$10,559,903708
5/30/2010517,004-32% 421,393$402,825$10,962,728709
6/6/2010610,707-37% 432,100$272,181$11,234,909710
6/13/20101312,705+19% 444,805$317,498$11,552,407711
6/20/20101716,352+29% 461,157$386,731$11,939,138712
6/27/2010353,897+230% 515,054$1,096,810$13,035,948713
7/4/2010920,289-62% 535,343$405,778$13,441,726714
7/11/20101113,296-34% 548,639$265,928$13,707,654715
7/18/2010159,692-27% 558,331$193,843$13,901,497716
7/25/2010158,173-16% 566,504$163,461$14,064,958717
8/1/2010166,677-18% 573,181$133,546$14,198,504718
11/7/2010168,138 603,541$198,971$14,893,008732
8/7/20111113,404 732,456$401,994$18,677,385771

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