Where the Toys Come From

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Where the Toys Come From
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Directed by Theodore Thomas
Produced by Theodore Thomas
Paul Deason
Kuniko Okubo
Written by Theodore Thomas
Starring Larry Wright
Jon Harvey
Erin Young
Sab Shimono
Music by Akiko Yano
Release dates 1984
Running time 58 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Where The Toys Come From is a Disney special directed by Theodore Thomas created in 1983 and then released in 1984 by Walt Disney Studio Showcase.

Plot[edit]

It follows the journey of two toys, named Zoom (voice over by Larry Wright) and Peepers (voice over by Jon Harvey), as they try to find out where they were made. Their owner, named Robin (played by Erin Young) assists them in their journey. Their search begins in a toy museum, where they find out they were made in Japan. Robin takes them to the toy store they were purchased from and they begin their trip to Japan. In Japan, Zoom and Peepers find their maker, named Kenji (played by Sab Shimono) and their questions are answered.

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