Five Things You May Not Know About Bonnie from Toy Story

by | Aug 5, 2019 | Disney Entertainment, Lists and Trivia

1. Besides their love for toys, Andy and Bonnie have a lot in common. In fact, you’ll find several movie scenes (most notably in Toy Story 3), that show us how similar the two of them are. For instance, when Andy first sees Bonnie at her house to drop off his toys, Bonnie is playing with her toys, but tentatively stops when she notices Andy. This harkens back to an old home movie of Andy where he stops playing when he sees his mom. There’s also the scene where Bonnie jumps into her bed, clutching her toys, similar to another home movie scene of a young Andy who does exactly the same thing.

2. And perhaps most touching, at the end of Toy Story 3, Bonnie makes Woody and Buzz high-five each other, recalling the home video we saw at the beginning of the film where we saw Andy do the same thing. And admit it. You cried.

3. Bonnie lives at 1225 Sycamore Street, which is right around the corner from Andy’s house. Curiously, and likely coincidentally, 1225 Sycamore Street (Bonnie’s house) and 234 Elm Street (Andy’s house) actually exist together in two cities: Cincinnati, Ohio and Denton, Texas. In Denton, the streets intersect, and “Andy’s street” (Elm) is surrounded by roads with names of trees (Maple, Walnut, Hickory, Oak) as seen in the movie.

4. Bonnie’s backpack has a Wally B. sticker on it. Who? Well, astute Pixar fans will recall that Wally B. was a character in The Adventures of André and Wally B., the first computer animated project that John Lasseter did for Lucasfilm, released way back in 1984.

5. For Toy Story 3, Bonnie was voiced by Emma Han, who also provided additional voices for Wreck-It Ralph. In Toy Story 4, the role went to Madeleine McGraw, who Marvel fans may recognize as the young Hope from Ant-Man and the Wasp

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