What awards did Toy Story (1995) win?

I've heard that Toy Story won numerous awards. Can someone provide a list of the significant awards and nominations received by the film?

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Yes, "Toy Story" (1995), the first feature-length film produced by Pixar, indeed won and was nominated for numerous awards. Here are some of the most significant ones: Wins: 1. **Special Achievement Award** from the Academy Awards (Oscars) - the movie didn't compete in conventional categories, but was recognized for being the first fully computer-animated feature film. 2. **Best Animated Feature** from the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress - it was selected for preservation as being "culturally, historically, or aestically significant". 3. **Best Individual Achievement for Directing** in a Feature Production from the Annie Awards (the animation industry's highest honor). 4. **Best Individual Achievement for Writing** in a Feature Production from the Annie Awards. Nominations: 1. **Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Original Screenplay** - This was groundbreaking as it was the first time an animated film was nominated in this category. 2. **Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Original Score** - Composed by Randy Newman. 3. **Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Original Song** - "You've Got a Friend in Me", written by Randy Newman. 4. **Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical**. Toy Story was not only a commercial success, but it also broke ground in numerous ways in the film and animation industry, paving the way for the surge of computer animation in the following years.
Answered on September 19, 2023.
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