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This computer-animated movie has become an instant classic and part of modern pop culture since it first came out in 1995. The iconic duo of Buzz Lightyear and Sheriff Woody still makes kids – and kids at heart – giddy with delight at their appearance.
The warm and relatable storyline, which follows Andy and his toys, make up for the perfect family-friendly movie. It’s funny, exciting, entertaining, all at the same time. The first Toy Story was such a success that they decided to have a sequel in 1999, with Buzz and the gang trying to save Woody from toy dealer Al McWhiggin.
The third instalment didn’t come out until 10 years later. And in 2019, a Toy Story 4 caught everyone by surprise. Still, fans couldn’t get enough of this warm-hearted tale that the franchise also includes merchandise, video games, actual toys, comic books, as well as a series, under its belt.
The actual font used for the popular Toy Story logo and movie posters is Gill Sans Ultra Bold, which is copyrighted and needs to be purchased for commercial use. But you can always find similar typefaces online.
Font Meme has an awesome generator that has text effects mimicking the fun yellow colors with the blue outline. Other free variants include this gem from FontsPlace with playful letters, and this customized comic lettering from Free Fonts Family.