Hey Howdy Hey Takeaway

Since Pixar Place opened, there's been a small quick service cart that's been serving up drinks and snacks to guests such as popcorn, pastries, coffee and cocoa.  The Hey Howdy Hey Takeaway is what Imagineers came up with, so where did they get the inspiration for this cart?

The name of the cart, along with the artwork that features a cartoonized version of Woody, is based on Toy Story 2, when Woody is introduced to the television series (Woody's Roundup) and merchandise that are all based on him and his friends (Jessie, Bullseye and the Prospector).  

The name comes from the record player that Woody, Jessie and Bullseye play on, which is labeled "Hey Howdy Hey" in the film.

The spoons set in the rear of the cart are also based on the merchandise scene from the movie.

The giant thermos mug that is to the right of the food cart is also based on the same thermos seen in the film.

And that giant cereal box?  It's also seen in the film

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Ever seen something in Hollywood Studios and wondered why it was placed there by Disney's Imagineers? Matt Hochberg leads you on a regular look at the hidden details in Hollywood Studios and explains why it's there.


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