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When I was young, I was convinced that my toys came alive while I was asleep. Every night I would pretend to sleep and then very slowly open one eye in the hopes of catching my toys running around and hanging out with each other. When that didn't happen, I just figured they knew I was faking it -- it never crossed my mind that my toys could actually be lifeless.
And that's why I love Toy Story 3 so much -- because for all the former kids out there who loved their toys, this movie hits home. It brings you back to the days when your biggest worry was Barbie's hairstyle or the stuffing coming out of your beloved teddy bear.
The stars of Toy Story 3 are no exception. Check out iVillage's exclusive list of these voices of toys' favorite childhood toys!
Tom Hanks (Woody): Astronaut action figure Major Matt Mason, the poseable Apollo Space program and Tonka Trucks
Tim Allen (Buzz Lightyear): Star Command styrene missile toy
Estelle Harris (Mrs. Potato Head): Monopoly, "because it was the only toy I had!"
Michael Keaton (Ken): Soldier and cowboy action figures
Joan Cusack (Jessie): A Barbie head, whose neck extended out as a tray -- Joan would often do Barbie's hair and makeup
Jodi Benson (Barbie): Mr. Potato Head, Barbie and games like Yahtzee, Monopoly and Scrabble
John Ratzenberge (Hamm): John used to make toys, like slingshots, bows and arrows and kites.
Kristen Schaal (Trixie): No toys -- Kristen just used her imagination
Timothy Dalton (Mr. Pricklepants): Timothy made his own toys using tin, string and wood. "Our games were playing with the other kids outdoors," he said.
Lee Unkrich (Director): Action figure from the 1970s TV show The Six Million Dollar Man
Darla K. Anderson (Producer): A Snoopy pillow
What was your favorite childhood toy? Chime in below!