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Toy Story 3: Jessie The Cowgirl Exclusive

Oct 27, 2010

LET’S HEAR IT FOR THE TOYS!

MEET JESSIE…

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Full Name : Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl

Occupation: Cowgirl toy

Talents: Expert yodeling, lasso and horse-riding skills

Year Made: 1957

Description: Jessie is a mega-rare cowgirl toy from the 1950s. She appeared in the wildly popular television show, Woody’s Roundup, as the sweet ‘n’ sassy sidekick to Sheriff Woody

Special Features: Hand-painted face on a durable vinyl head; red yarn hair slicked back into a cowgirl pony tail; embroidered cotton rodeo shirt with fringe detailing; leather belt with Roundup Ranch belt buckle; hand-stitched polyvinyl hat; leather cowboy boots; imitation cowhide chaps over denim jeans; pull-string voice control unit on back

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Wear And Tear: There are little signs of wear and tear on Jessie, apart from the word ‘ANDY’ handwritten on the bottom of her left foot.
This cowgirl appears near perfect after a recent repair, clean and polish.

Fast Fact: Jessie’s favorite phrase is: “Yee-hah!” But she’s also been known to blurt: “Sweet mother of Abraham Lincoln!”

Did You Know? Whenever Jessie is in trouble in Woody’s Roundup, she lets out a yodel and all of her critter chums come running to her rescue. This rough-and-tumble cowgirl has a special call for every creature in the wild west – from busy bobcats to eager beavers – and fans of the show can learn how to copy these calls with the help of a record released in 1957. The album is called Jessie’s Critter Call Yodels and it features hit tracks including Armadillo Pillow, Bear With Me and Bobcat At The Back Door

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Current Owner: Andy Davis

Original Owner: Emily (Originally, Jessie was the favorite toy of a young girl named Emily. The cowgirl doll would be taken everywhere by her horse-loving owner, until Emily grew up and started to prefer pop music to ponies. Jessie was eventually given away to a charity store and was later discovered by a greedy toy collector called Al McWhiggin. She was kept in dark storage for years whilst awaiting delivery to a toy museum in Japan – but then Woody rescued her. Yee-hah!)

In A Nutshell: The roughest, toughest cowgirl of the wild, wild west!

Toy Story 3 is available on on Blu-ray & DVD November 2nd!!

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lol911

lol911 wrote:

she is nice to the people that said no you are just wrong ok
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