This is the true original Ultimate Talking Buzz Lightyear Action Figure. Thinkway model 62809. Note the yellow stripe across the front of the box. This packaging was only used for the first production run of the toys in the fall of 1995. They were almost universally sold out by Thanksgiving of that year when the movie premiered. For the die-hard Toy Story collector, this is the quintessential item for your collection.
In all other respects, this talking Buzz Lightyear toy is the same as all of the other model 62809 toys. He has Tim Allen's voice from the movie soundtrack saying "To Infinity And Beyond!", "This Is An Intergalactic Emergency!", and "Buzz Lightyear To The Rescue!." His wings pop-out, his helmet dome retracts, his arms, hands, and legs are fully poseable, and his laser gun in his arm lights up and buzzes. Best of all, he looks just like Buzz did in the movie. So often when I was growing up, a toy won't look much like the animated character I loved, but this Buzz is the spittin' image of the movie character. He's just an amazingly well-designed toy: fun to look at and even more fun to play with. However, due to the age of these toys, some parts are now fragile, particularly the wings. So be gentle with them.
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The original Toy Story Talking Buzz Lightyear toy in the 2nd version of the box.
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