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==The Adventure Begins==
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[[File:Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (DVD).jpg|thumb|200px|DVD cover.]]
 
The '''DVD and VHS''' release of ''[[Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]'' consists of the the episode "[[The Adventure Begins]]" with [[Tim Allen]] as the voice of [[Buzz Lightyear|Buzz]].
 
The '''DVD and VHS''' release of ''[[Buzz Lightyear of Star Command]]'' consists of the the episode "[[The Adventure Begins]]" with [[Tim Allen]] as the voice of [[Buzz Lightyear|Buzz]].
==Movie Differences==
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===Movie Differences===
 
The movie release of "The Adventure Begins" includes an intro with the Toy Story characters about to watch the movie itself. When aired on TV with the rest of the series, "The Adventure Begins" was aired as three episodes including a segment at the end of the first part showing teaser scenes in later parts as Buzz narrates. During the course of the movie, some of Buzz's lines are different than in the series episodes where Buzz is voiced by [[Patrick Warburton]].
 
The movie release of "The Adventure Begins" includes an intro with the Toy Story characters about to watch the movie itself. When aired on TV with the rest of the series, "The Adventure Begins" was aired as three episodes including a segment at the end of the first part showing teaser scenes in later parts as Buzz narrates. During the course of the movie, some of Buzz's lines are different than in the series episodes where Buzz is voiced by [[Patrick Warburton]].
   
 
The end credits of the movie release features the song "[[Music #To Infinity and Beyond|To Infinity and Beyond]]" sung by William Shatner and the[[ Star Command]] Chorus.
 
The end credits of the movie release features the song "[[Music #To Infinity and Beyond|To Infinity and Beyond]]" sung by William Shatner and the[[ Star Command]] Chorus.
==DVD Features==
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===DVD Features===
 
*Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Digital Comic Book
 
*Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Digital Comic Book
 
*Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Trivia Game
 
*Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Trivia Game
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*Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
 
*Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
 
*Sound: Dolby Digitical 5.1 Sound<ref>Buzz Lightyear of Star Command official press release</ref>
 
*Sound: Dolby Digitical 5.1 Sound<ref>Buzz Lightyear of Star Command official press release</ref>
==Production Details==
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===Production Details===
 
'''Release date:''' 2000 (initial release)<br />
 
'''Release date:''' 2000 (initial release)<br />
 
'''Directors:''' Steve Loter, Tad Stones<br />
 
'''Directors:''' Steve Loter, Tad Stones<br />
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'''Running time:''' 71 minutes<br />
 
'''Running time:''' 71 minutes<br />
 
'''Producer:''' Tad Stones
 
'''Producer:''' Tad Stones
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==Planet of the Lost==
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[[File:planet of the lost.jpg|thumb|200px|VHS cover.]]
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
 
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (DVD).jpg|English DVD cover
 
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (DVD).jpg|English DVD cover
 
Foreign DVD Cover.jpg|Foreign Language DVD cover
 
Foreign DVD Cover.jpg|Foreign Language DVD cover
planet of the lost.jpg
 
 
2eda 1.jpg|VHS
 
2eda 1.jpg|VHS
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>

Revision as of 09:30, April 8, 2013

The Adventure Begins

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (DVD)

DVD cover.

The DVD and VHS release of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command consists of the the episode "The Adventure Begins" with Tim Allen as the voice of Buzz.

Movie Differences

The movie release of "The Adventure Begins" includes an intro with the Toy Story characters about to watch the movie itself. When aired on TV with the rest of the series, "The Adventure Begins" was aired as three episodes including a segment at the end of the first part showing teaser scenes in later parts as Buzz narrates. During the course of the movie, some of Buzz's lines are different than in the series episodes where Buzz is voiced by Patrick Warburton.

The end credits of the movie release features the song "To Infinity and Beyond" sung by William Shatner and the Star Command Chorus.

DVD Features

  • Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Digital Comic Book
  • Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Trivia Game
  • Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Rogues' Gallery Game

Technical Specifications

  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Sound: Dolby Digitical 5.1 Sound[1]

Production Details

Release date: 2000 (initial release)
Directors: Steve Loter, Tad Stones
DVD release date: August 8, 2000
Running time: 71 minutes
Producer: Tad Stones

Planet of the Lost

Planet of the lost

VHS cover.

Gallery

References

  1. Buzz Lightyear of Star Command official press release
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