|Appeared in:||Toy Story 3|
- Chatter Telephone: "Want my advice? Keep your heads down. You'll survive."
Woody: "Yeah? For how long?"
Chatter Telephone: "I've been here years. They'll never break me."
- —Chatter Telephone gives Woody some advice
The Chatter Telephone is one of the supporting characters in Toy Story 3.
Toy Story 3
Chatter is one of the oldest toys at Sunnyside Daycare. He cannot speak unless his receiver is lifted from its cradle (although he said good luck to Woody with it on), and rings to get someone to pick up his receiver. He is very tough and speaks with a film noir style.He is first seen hiding behind the corner and ringing to capture Woody's attention after Woody returns to the Catepillar Room at Sunnyside to rescue his imprisoned friends. When Woody picks up the phone, Chatter Telephone tells Woody that he should not have come back, due to Lotso adding more guards and patrols, but gives Woody advice by giving him an escape route of Sunnyside. He also warns about the Monkey who is monitoring the security cameras in the classrooms, hallways, and the playground and tells Woody to get rid of the Monkey before escaping Sunnyside. He claims that Lotso will never break him. However, in the end, Chatter is brutally beaten and ultimately broken by Lotso and his crew for helping the toys escape until he finally talks. He apologizes to Woody for this, but Woody fully understands what Chatter went through and sympathises with him.
During the end credits, when Sunnyside is revolutionized into a cool and groovy toy paradise, Chatter is shown to be repaired (possibly by Twitch and Sparks) and happy. He is seen during a disco party that is held in the Butterfly Room as he comes to a brief stop and rings in front of Ken, and Ken mimes talking on the phone as Chatter rolls away.
From Official Website:
|“||Ring-ring! The Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone is a classic pull toy that has been inspring giggles for many generations, while building motor skills and balance. Preschoolers can't resist the friendly face with eyes that move up and down when they pull the toy along, and the bright colors and pleasing sounds keep them happy and engaged. Chatter Telephone is ideal for the little hands in your life.||”|
"Chatter Phone Tipline" on YouTube
On YouTube, Pixar uploaded four videos featuring Chatter Telephone explaining to Woody different Easter Eggs. In one video, Chatter mentions that he explained to Woody the Pizza Planet truck, and although no video was uploaded for this, many of the Pizza Planet truck appearances were detailed in a Facebook picture album on the Disney/Pixar Facebook page with Chatter Telephone.
- Chatter Telephone is based on the famous Fisher-Price toy of the same name that has been produced since 1962 (as seen in the 3rd photo above).
- Chatter Telephone is Teddy Newton's favorite voice role.
- In the "Chatter Phone Tipline" videos about Teddy Newton, he says Teddy Newton infultrated Sunnyside, and then says "Be careful, he can be any one of the toys around us." It turns out Chatter Telephone is Teddy Newton.
- Chatter Telephone is actually a real toy in real life.
- Chatter Telephone is based on rotary phones, a type of telephone which has not been in common use for decades.