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Toy Story: How Buzz Lightyear keeps making millions

BBC News Thursday, 20 June 2019
Toy Story: How Buzz Lightyear keeps making millionsWhen the new Toy Story film opens on Friday, it is not just cinemas that will be hoping for a boost from sales.
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News video: Buzz Lightyear launched into space for children's charity

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To celebrate the launch of Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4, eBay UK challenged internet sensation LadBaby (Mark Hoyle) to launch Buzz Lightyear into space for children’s charity Together For Short Lives.

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