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    "Totally Toy Story" Poster with John Lasseter Sketches (Walt Disney/Pixar, 1995). The first Toy Story feature film premiered at the El Capitan Theater on November 18, 1995. To celebrate the event, the Masonic Convention Hall next door to the theater was converted into a "pop up park" with such attractions as Woody's Roundup Dance Hall, Green Army Men's Obstacle Course, Mr. Potato Head's Playroom, and Buzz's Galaxy, featuring "Buzz and the Buzz Lites." The event stayed open through January 1, 1996, and was soon added to Disneyland's "Tomorrowland" section. Here's an original one sheet (27" x 40") poster for that event, signed and inscribed to Spike and Mike by Toy Story director, John Lasseter. Mr. Lasseter added, "To Infinity and Beyond!" along with black marker sketches of Buzz Lightyear and Sheriff Woody. Truly a one-of-a-kind item! Framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 29" x 43". Fine condition. From the Spike and Mike Festival of Animation Archives.

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