Toy story is the first feature-length computer-animated film and the first film produced by Pixar. It was released by Walt Disney Pictured in 1995.
Pixar, who had been producing short animated films to promote their computers, was approached by Disney to produce a computer-animated feature after the success of one of their short. Toy Story went to earn over $361 million worldwide.
Reviews were entirely positive, praising both the animation’s technical innovation and the screenplay’s wit and sophistication, and it is now widely considered by many critics to be one of the best animated films ever made. However, the main intrigue about this movie until now has been “What happened to Andy’s father?”
Some people think that he died when Andy was young, others think that his mom is divorced and there are many other versions of what happened to him. In reality, NONE OF THESE ARE TRUE.
Pixar couldn't afford animating his dad back then, since animating humans back then was very expensive. Also, Andy’s dad was not necessary to the story since Toy Story focuses on Buzz and Woody’s friendship rather than Andy’s personal life.