Toy Story Characters:
Sid Phillips' Mutant Toys
The Toy Story characters Woody and Buzz Lightyear are captured by Sid Phillips, the mean, toy-torturing boy next door. Inside his backpack, they peer out into his bedroom in the shadows of the night and they are terrified at the horribly disfigured toys that come out.
They are quite shy and cannot talk, and despite their disfigurements, these poor toys are compassionate and helpful. They repair Buzz's broken arm and later help Woody escape the house so he can rescue Buzz.
The leader of the Mutant Toys in Sid Phillips' house, Babyface is probably the scariest looking. He's got one eye and a mostly-shaved head that sits atop a crab-like metal body made of erector set pieces.
One of the main Mutant Toy Story characters, Ducky has a Pez-dispenser head, a baby doll torso and a plunger. He partners up with Legs to help Woody escape Sid's house.
The Frog's got wheels for legs and can go very fast, however he is missing his left hand. He's a wind-up tin toy and his job in Toy Story is to distract Scud, Sid's vicious dog, by chasing him down the hallway.
The classic horror movie character of the disembodied hand crawling across the floor is clear when you see Hand-in-the-Box, the mutant toy where the other end of the hand is plunged into a jack-in-the-box. Like the classic horror flicks, this one also pulls itself across the floor to get around. Creepy!
This mutant toy is a real odd combination of a Combat Carl head atop a toddlers pull toy called a Melody Push Chime. Joe's also got a Mickey Mouse arm sticking out.
Legs was my personal favorite mutant in this movie. She's got Barbie doll legs and a toy fishing rod put together. Legs is kind of like a crane because she can reel in heavy objects. She also runs quickly and takes a leading role in getting Woody out of Sid's house.
With a Rocky Gilbralter wrestling doll torso and a bug's head, and uses the Rocky doll hands to walk because he's got no legs.
Rollerbob is kind of disturbing to me because of a personal memory from some of my travels. Crazy, huh? Rollerbob is made up of a little skateboard and the torso of an aviator. He scoots around using his arms and hands on the floor.
This is a Hot Wheels car character with baby arms and Walking Car was the mutant toy who wound up The Frog before distracting Scud the dog.
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