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How 'Toy Story 4' and Pixar keep Don Rickles' legacy alive two years after his death

The toys in "Toy Story 4" are freaking out in Bonnie's family RV when Rex spirals into his typical hysterics.

Panicked, the dinosaur swings his oversize green tail and whacks fellow franchise veteran Mr. Potato Head in the process.

"Hey, watch it, buddy!" the spud cries out, as his detachable pieces fall to his feet.

The scene features Don Rickles' return to the big screen, two years after his death in

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