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Toy Story - Toys Heal?
1.Go to the scene where Woody receives the mark on his forehead from Sid.
2.Fast forward through different scenes-Woody still has the mark.
3.But at the Christmas end, Woody's mark has healed!
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The movie, eyes, and a sharp eye or two.
Avg. Rating:    5.1 of 10 - (39 votes cast)
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MetalMike on 11-27-2000
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Comments:
Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
Maybe Andy fixed it.
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Morna writes:
Maybe Andy's mom or dad painted over it...in Toy Story 2 that's how the toy-shop guy removed Andy's name from Woody's shoe. Also, I think someone mentioned before that Disney (prolly Pixar as well) doesn't leave injury marks on characters very long, so as to not upset the kids.
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fwoggylover writes:
I think he says, "I hope this isn't permanent." I guess it wasn't.
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Ashley Comet writes:
I noticed this as well-he also doesn't have the burn mark at all throughout the whole Toy Story 2 as well. I don't know how Andy would repair it, but it looks like someone did.
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