Toy Story 2

Factual error: If the access hatch to the nose wheel well on an airliner was opened at any time during the take off run every alarm panel in the cockpit would light up like a Christmas tree. The pilot would immediately abort take off.

Factual error: The 'Life' magazine with Woody on the cover displays a smaller headline promising pictures of Sputnik, a clever reference to the fact that interest in space travel doomed the "Woody's Roundup" show. The only problem is the magazine's cover date is Jan. 12, 1957, and Sputnik didn't launch until October. Given the Soviet penchant for secrecy (no one outside Russia knew about it until it launched), it's doubtful any photos of Sputnik of any kind would have been available to the American press nine months prior to the launch. (00:23:25)

Vader47000

Factual error: Near the end of the film when Jessie and Woody escape the plane, Buzz and Bullseye stand on the runway. In the sky you can see a plane approaching and it passes just above them. A real plane can blow away an entire car when it's behind the engine, yet nothing happens to a bunch of toys.

dux

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