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  • Slinky Dog is a fictional character in the Disney/Pixar film Toy Story and its sequels. He is a toy dachshund who speaks with a graveled Southern accent. He was voiced by the late voice actor Jim Varney in the first two films, and has been voiced by Blake Clark since the third. In Replaceable You, he is seen on Bart's desk.
  • Slinky Dog (better known as Slinky and often called Slink or Slinkykins) is a supporting character in the Toy Story franchise. He is a toy dachshund with a graveled Southern accent. Slinky possesses a plastic front and hindquarters, with a very stretchable metal slinky as his middle (hence his name), vinyl ears and a green collar.
  • Slinky Dog (better known as Slinky) is one of the supporting characters in the Disney/Pixar Toy Story movies. He is a wooden toy dachshund who speaks with a graveled Southern accent. The character's name and basic appearance are modeled on a much older pull-toy dog, manufactured by James Industries (the Slinky company). When Toy Story was released theatrically in late 1995, the original toy had been out of production for at least five years. Thus, while toys of Woody, Buzz, and even a special edition Mr. Potato Head had been rushed to the market, company CEO Betty James had "mold problems" reworking the toy, and it was some time later when Slinky Dog toys (now bearing the likeness of the Toy Story version) were shipped to stores.
  • Slinky is used by Andy as a force field when playing with his toys. Slinky first talks to Woody under his couch that he offers checkers for Woody. Slinky yells out, "Bad news!" and goes into a meeting. During the meeting, he and the other toys look at the children carrying presents for Andy's last birthday in his old house. All the toys go on a panic and later followed the red alert said by Sarge about Andy coming to his room. Slinky and the other toys watch Buzz Lightyear do some fake flying in his room and later getting exercise during the song, "Strange Things". The next morning, he and the other toys look at a motionless Combat Carl in Sid's yard. He and the other toys retreated from the remains of Carl being blown up by Sid.
  • Toy Story 1 Poster 1 - Andy's Toys.png Toy Story 1 Poster 6 - Slinky.PNG Toy Story 1 Poster 10 - Etch.PNG Toy Story 1 Poster 11 - Etch.PNG Toy Story 1 Poster 12 - Andy's Toys.png Toy Story 1 Poster 13 - Infinity and Beyond!.png In Toy Story , Slinky is first seen coming out from under Andy Davis's bed. He likes playing checkers with Sheriff Woody. Despite being one of Woody's closer friends, he spends time with Buzz Lightyear. After Woody accidentally knocks Buzz out the window and Mr. Potato Head accuses Woody of doing on purpose, He is one of the toys who believes it was an accident. He isn't happy about Woody's disappearance. He catches the lights when Woody calls them from the window of Sid Phillips's room until a grumpy Mr. Potato Head snatches them. When he and the other toys see Bu
Alignment
  • Good
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Appear
  • Toy Story
  • Toy Story 2
  • Toy Story Toons
  • Toy Story 3
Dislikes
  • Woody being accused for murder, others messing with his friends
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Inspiration
  • Dusty the Dog from Four Feather Falls
Voice
Games
Likes
  • Checkers, Helping is friends out
Appearance
  • Toy dachshund, wooden front and hindquarters, very stretchable metal slinky as his middle , vinyl ears and a green collar
Actor
  • Nicholas Nunez, Gabi Epstein
Personality
  • Kind, funny, friendly, loyal, easygoing, sweet.
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Shows
  • Toy Story Toons
  • Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Fate
  • Given away to Bonnie
Alias
  • Slinky, Slink, Slinkykins, Spring-weiner
Enemies
Performer
  • Blake Clark
  • Jim Varney
Home
Occupation
  • Slinky dachshund
Films
  • Toy Story
  • Toy Story 2
  • Toy Story 3
  • Toy Story 4
Friends
Quote
  • "I may not be a smart dog, but I know what roadkill is."
  • "Golly bob howdy!"
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  • Slinky Dog is a fictional character in the Disney/Pixar film Toy Story and its sequels. He is a toy dachshund who speaks with a graveled Southern accent. He was voiced by the late voice actor Jim Varney in the first two films, and has been voiced by Blake Clark since the third. In Replaceable You, he is seen on Bart's desk.
  • Slinky Dog (better known as Slinky and often called Slink or Slinkykins) is a supporting character in the Toy Story franchise. He is a toy dachshund with a graveled Southern accent. Slinky possesses a plastic front and hindquarters, with a very stretchable metal slinky as his middle (hence his name), vinyl ears and a green collar.
  • Slinky Dog (better known as Slinky) is one of the supporting characters in the Disney/Pixar Toy Story movies. He is a wooden toy dachshund who speaks with a graveled Southern accent. The character's name and basic appearance are modeled on a much older pull-toy dog, manufactured by James Industries (the Slinky company). When Toy Story was released theatrically in late 1995, the original toy had been out of production for at least five years. Thus, while toys of Woody, Buzz, and even a special edition Mr. Potato Head had been rushed to the market, company CEO Betty James had "mold problems" reworking the toy, and it was some time later when Slinky Dog toys (now bearing the likeness of the Toy Story version) were shipped to stores.
  • Slinky is used by Andy as a force field when playing with his toys. Slinky first talks to Woody under his couch that he offers checkers for Woody. Slinky yells out, "Bad news!" and goes into a meeting. During the meeting, he and the other toys look at the children carrying presents for Andy's last birthday in his old house. All the toys go on a panic and later followed the red alert said by Sarge about Andy coming to his room. Slinky and the other toys watch Buzz Lightyear do some fake flying in his room and later getting exercise during the song, "Strange Things". The next morning, he and the other toys look at a motionless Combat Carl in Sid's yard. He and the other toys retreated from the remains of Carl being blown up by Sid. That evening, Slinky and the other toys thought Woody knocked off Buzz. Bo Peep attempts to stomp the angry toys, but later froze when Andy came into his room about bringing only one toy. The next day, Slinky and the other toys are playing all alone without Woody until Woody from the window of Sid's house looks at them. Woody was unable to make it to Andy's house when he mimicked Buzz Lightyear. That night, he and the other toys used a Barrel of Monkeys to find Buzz Lightyear. However, Buzz is currently with Sid and scared a cat hiding in the bush. When Andy and his mother leave their old house, he and the other toys are donated to a crate inside the Eggman Movers truck. Slinky could not hold Woody much longer after being tossed away. When the rocket was lit from the sunlight, Woody and Buzz throw RC into the Eggman Movers truck. Slinky and the other toys gasped about Mr. Potato Head when his parts are knocked off by RC, including his whole body. That Christmas, Slinky and the other toys listened to Sarge about the recent news of what Andy is doing.
  • Toy Story 1 Poster 1 - Andy's Toys.png Toy Story 1 Poster 6 - Slinky.PNG Toy Story 1 Poster 10 - Etch.PNG Toy Story 1 Poster 11 - Etch.PNG Toy Story 1 Poster 12 - Andy's Toys.png Toy Story 1 Poster 13 - Infinity and Beyond!.png In Toy Story , Slinky is first seen coming out from under Andy Davis's bed. He likes playing checkers with Sheriff Woody. Despite being one of Woody's closer friends, he spends time with Buzz Lightyear. After Woody accidentally knocks Buzz out the window and Mr. Potato Head accuses Woody of doing on purpose, He is one of the toys who believes it was an accident. He isn't happy about Woody's disappearance. He catches the lights when Woody calls them from the window of Sid Phillips's room until a grumpy Mr. Potato Head snatches them. When he and the other toys see Buzz's severed arm, Slinky looks devastated at what his friend seems to have done. Woody desperately pleads with him to help, but all he can do is close the curtains of Andy's window. He is also guilty when he sees Woody telling the truth. He and the other toys make amends and assist Buzz, Woody and RC Car to make it to the moving van. He uses his stretching ability in an attempt to pull them into the van, but when RC's batteries rapidly drain, he becomes stretched to the breaking point. He loses his grip on Woody and gets sprung back into the moving van without them. He appears to be badly damaged, and the toys try and comfort him while he laments he should have held on longer. He looks ecstatic when Woody uses the rocket strapped to Buzz to return to them. His slink has been fixed at the end of the film, when the toys have been settled in Andy's new room.
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