Toy Story Army Men Toys Include Sarge

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Plastic Army Men has been around since the 1950’s as commemoration of the Second World War. Army men came I variety of colors such as green, tan, or gray, to represent opposing sides. Today however they are still famous with kids, but more so the green army men because of their appearance in the Toy Story Movies. The most famous of the little green soldiers being the character

Sarge, also known as Army Sarge and Sergeant, who is the commander of the Bucket O Soldiers, According to him his boys are highly disciplined with a "Leave no man behind" .Sarge and the green army men are always apart of Woody and the gangs covert operations, executing them to the tee. Woody himself complements then as "professionals." Throughout the Toy Story 1 and two Sarge loses a few god men and by the end of the 3rd movie he is left with just two soldiers.

Toy Story Bucket o Soldiers
Toy Story Bucket o Soldiers | Source
Toy STory 3 Army Men Lego
Toy STory 3 Army Men Lego | Source

Toy Story Army Men Toys


Bucket of Soldiers


  • If you are a fan of the green army men you can find several toy products my favored is the Disney / Pixar TS1 Bucket of Soldiers based on the soldiers in the Toy Story movie.
  • Each bucket contains 72 soldiers in a variety of poses. Te most fun part is the working parachute included with the toys. Simply launch your green army men from the table and watch them land safely.
  • The best pr of this product is the price for just $12.99 you get a classic toy story character. Well all 72 green army men.

Disney Deluxe Toy Story Green Army Men with Buzz Lightyear Play Set

  • Made from PVC this set contains one recoil vehicle, one Buzz Lightyear action figure, six Green Army Men figures, two parachutes, two missiles. This set requires 3 AA batteries which are included in the set.

LEGO Toy Story Army Men on Patrol (7595)

  • The lost recent addition to the toy Story green army men toys Is the Lego set.

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