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Woody
Woodrow Woody Pride, better known as Woody the Cowboy, Sheriff Woody, or simply Woody is the protagonist of the Disney/Pixar Toy Story movies and a supporting character of their spin-off media. He is a vintage pull-string cowboy doll and voiced by Tom Hanks and his brother Jim Hanks.

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Physical Appearance Edit

He is slender and fair-skinned in plastic. He has brown eyes, hair hand-painted in brown that is attached to his head in plastic, rosy cheeks, thin brown eyebrows, a yellow shirt with red square outlines, a couple of white buttons vertically on his chest and each matching cuff-link on both his cuffs, cowboy boots made from brown plastic with both each couple outlined cacti on both sides and a black handwriting reading "ANDY" on his right boot sole, spurs made from gold plastic on both sides of his boots, a holster made from brown plastic with a gold brooch with a red center on it, a white vest with black cow spots all over, a red bandanna, blue jeans, a belt made from brown plastic with a buckle that has a bull design on it made from gold plastic, a cowboy hat made from brown plastic, star-shaped badge made from gold plastic with small spheres on each tip and a word "SHERIFF" on the center, and a pull string on his back with a white loop attached to it.

Toy Story Edit


Toy Story 2 Edit

Toy Story 3 Edit

Toy Story 4 Edit

Woody will return in Toy Story 4.

Toy Story Treats Edit

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Edit

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins Edit

Toy Story Toons Edit

Toy Story of Terror! Edit

Poster 1-0

Toy Story That Time Forgot Edit

Woody recently appeared in Toy Story That Time Forgot

Other Appearances Edit

Videogame Appearances Edit

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TriviaEdit

Quotes Edit

Gallery Edit

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