Disney DVD's and Videos:
Winnie the Pooh


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The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

(25th Anniversary Edition)


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DVD and VHS

Disney's 1977 The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh may be the last word on (animated) Pooh because it so faithfully honors the first word on Pooh, penned in the 1920s by British storyteller A.A. Milne. Gently paced, subtly humorous, and blessedly understated, this adaptation reflects Walt Disney's original vision to develop the beloved British bear for a wider audience. The film is essentially a collection of the original Pooh shorts, "The Honey Tree," "The Blustery Day," and "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too." These storybooks are presented in seamless "chapters," narrated by the timeless Sebastian Cabot. The familiar musical score and original voices of Sterling Holloway as Pooh, and Paul Winchell as Tigger, cap this enchanting keepsake.

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The Tigger Movie (2000)


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The paucity of quality family movies available is underscored by the fact that everything about The Tigger Movie screams direct-to-video, yet it has put up some impressive box-office numbers. Its very premise belies Tigger's memorable song, "the most wonderful thing about tiggers is, I'm the only one," as our bouncy, flouncy hero decides, apropos of nothing, that he has family out there, somewhere, and he's determined to find them. Well, a 6-year-old can figure out that in the end, Tigger'll realize his pals in the Hundred Acre Woods are, in fact, his family, and that a locket introduced early on will wind up in little Roo's hands.

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Piglet's Big Movie (2003)


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Feeling unappreciated by his friends, Piglet wanders off into the Hundred Acre Wood; in his absence, Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger, and Rabbit reminisce about various adventures (including when Kanga and her baby Roo first arrived in their midst, and building a house for Eeyore) and begin to recognize Piglet's crucial contribution to their lives.

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The Book of Pooh - Stories From the Heart (2001)


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DVD and VHS

While Disney didn't invent Winnie the Pooh, nor first animate him, it certainly has Americanized the British bear into a cartoon character hardly resembling A.A. Milne's original 1924 creation. Although Disney's four Storybook Classics titles (from 1966) were somewhat faithful to Milne's concept, subsequent titles (especially in the Playtime and Learning series) descended into second-rate TV fare. All this to say that Disney has redeemed itself with The Book of Pooh, a fresh batch of Pooh stories evoking a nostalgic nod to the original. The Disney Channel's full-length film Stories from the Heart is a puppet rendition of Pooh, set in a sparkling world of computer animation (not unlike Bear in the Big Blue House, which shares the same executive producer and director, Mitchell Kriegman). The puppets (by Shadow Projects) may take some getting used to by viewers accustomed to animated cartoons, yet they'll appreciate the characters' lifelike personalities. The 77-minute program is a collection of six tales focusing on Pooh, Piglet, Owl, and the gang (though Kanga and Roo are noticeably absent). Mark Zaslove deserves writing kudos for subtle humor (reminiscent of Milne) and storytelling restraint uncharacteristic of Disney. Highlights include "Eeyore's Tailiversary," in which Eeyore receives a surprise party to celebrate the day he and his tail became attached, and "Tigger's Replacement," which chronicles Tigger's attempts to teach Piglet how to be a Tigger. (Lessons in bouncing and Tiggerisms are part of his Rigorous Tiggerous Training Program.) Many of the puppets' voices are familiar, such as Jim Cummings (The Tigger Movie) as Pooh and Tigger. Six musical numbers round out this welcome entry in Disney's Winnie the Pooh collection.

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The Book of Pooh - Fun With Words (2001)



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VHS

Where do words go when they are not spoken? Such elegant Pooh ponderings are what make Book of Pooh vintage A.A. Milne, though it is not Milne at all but Disney's nostalgic nod to the classic British characters of the Hundred Acre Wood. Fun with Words is equally as magical as its predecessor, Stories from the Heart, featuring lifelike puppetry in a sparkling setting (reminiscent of Bear in the Big Blue House, which shares the same executive producer, Mitchell Kriegman). Though the title suggests a grammar lesson, there are no alphabet exercises or word games here. Rather, four heart-warming episodes delve into the amusing mysteries of speech from the perspective of Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger, and the gang. In one tale, "The Words Are Out," Piglet's case of laryngitis is of great concern to Pooh who believes Piglet's words have either run away or are simply stuck inside of Piglet. In another story, Owl believes Eeyore has a "Brain Drain" when he momentarily forgets how to voice his thoughts. And laughter is the theme of "Isn't That Funny," when Tigger tries on various laughing styles to see which suits him best. A dozen musical numbers cap the 88-minute program.

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The Book of Pooh - Fun With Manners (2001)



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VHS

From the heart of the Hundred Acre Wood comes this imaginative and magical video series. It's honey-packed with fun-filled stories that introduce children to the wonderful world of pre-reading and language appreciation. These four delightful stories introduce preschoolers to the concepts of being polite and thoughtful. Watch as Tigger discovers that the words "please" and "thank you" work like magic to help friends and neighbors get along. Plus, enjoy three more terrific tales about why a little consideration goes a long way! Each story features enchanting songs and beloved characters, so get ready to see how using good manners can be great fun!

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The Book of Pooh - Fun With Make Believe (2001)



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VHS

From the heart of the Hundred Acre Wood comes this imaginative and magical video series. It's honey-packed with fun-filled stories that introduce children to the wonderful world of pre-reading, wordplay, and language appreciation. These four stories teach preschoolers about the wonderful world of make believe. Watch as Tigger -- a.k.a. "Detective Stripey McSnarl" -- is hot on the trail of the "disappeared donkey" who borrowed Rabbit's picnic basket. Plus, enjoy three more charming tales about how using your imagination can turn every day into an adventure! Each story features delightful songs and beloved characters, so get ready, get set ... let's pretend!

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The Book of Pooh - Fun With Friends (2001)



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VHS

From the heart of the Hundred Acre Wood comes this imaginative and magical video series. It's honey-packed with fun-filled stories that introduce children to the wonderful world of preliteracy, wordplay, and language appreciation. These four stories teach preschoolers the lessons of friendship, caring, and cooperation with the help of Winnie The Pooh and his pals. Watch as Pooh must find a way to make it up to his friends after he mistakenly believes he has the power to grant wishes by making up rhymes. Original songs punctuate each of these warm and wonderful tales. They're a great way to get your young ones excited about learning and sharing with their friends.

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The Book of Pooh - A Valentine for Eeyore (2001)



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VHS

Endearing Eeyore takes center stage in this compilation of four heartwarming tales focusing on friendship and Valentine's Day. This Book of Pooh entry, with its lifelike puppetry and computer-animated set, is Disney's commendable salute to A.A. Milne's Hundred Acre Wood stories. Rather than the frenzied cartoons of the Playtime series, these stories are gently paced and self-deprecating, with subtle humor reminiscent of the British author's original characters. "Mr. Narrator," for example, describes a day in the life of Pooh and pals when nothing happens at all. Faced with the problematic notion of an "unstory," they ask the narrator to invent one, with comical results. In the program's title segment, everyone receives a Valentine except Eeyore, so Piglet attempts to remedy the oversight with surprises for all. "Beastly Burden" has Eeyore pondering his existence. If Tiggers bounce and Pooh-Bears eat honey, what do Eeyores do best? The answer comes from an unlikely source and is as delightful as the six original songs interspersing the 45- minute program.

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The Book of Pooh - Just Say Boo (2001)



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VHS

For those who found the animated Pooh video series a disappointment compared to the original Disney featurettes (compiled in The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh), The Book of Pooh may revive interest. Its puppetry gives child viewers the delightful impression that their stuffed toys have come to life. Although this new Disney Channel series still offers more lesson-oriented storytelling than the whimsy of the A.A. Milne-based originals, it has its own charm. This 46-minute offering contains three fright-oriented stories with Halloween in mind. The first--a double-length episode--focuses on Eeyore's move to the Scary Woods while the rest of the gang dreams up creepy costumes to win the contest at Kanga's holiday party. Piglet finds a black hat he thinks makes him brave, and Tigger, Piglet, and Rabbit get spooked housesitting for Owl in the other two stories.

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Winnie the Pooh - A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002)



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DVD, VHS, or Spanish VHS

Pooh Bear and his pals in the Hundred Acre Wood celebrate Christmas and New Year's Eve in a pair of adventures folded into this 65-minute made-for-video feature. In the first, the silly old bear plays Saint Nick to his buddies ("I always thought he'd be taller") after failing to get an errant wish list off to Santa, while identity crisis strikes the gang in the second half. Piglet inherits Tigger's hop and jumps like a pogo stick, and Eeyore (dressed in Pooh's shirt) becomes a happy-go-lucky honey lover. Welcome to The Twilight Zone according to Winnie the Pooh. There's not much A.A. Milne in this TV-style holiday special, but it's a bouncy little production that should entertain the wee ones with its warm fuzzies, good company, slapstick energy, and life lessons.

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Winnie the Pooh - Frankenpooh/Spookable Pooh (1995)



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Frankenpooh
A spooky theme runs through several stories in this collection. "The Monster Frankenpooh" finds Dr. Von Tigger turning Pooh into a somewhat familiar-looking, scary creature. "Things That Go Piglet in the Night" features the characters on a ghost chase, and "Pooh Moon" finds Pooh and Piglet searching for honey while everyone else assumes they're missing--not just missing, but taken by the Grabme Gotcha. Charming visuals, terrific characters, touching stories. A winner.

Spookable Pooh
It's a rainy day, and Pooh and his friends are spending it in Christopher Robin's attic. Two stories from the delightful animated series follow: "A Knight to Remember," which finds the timid Piglet transported to a magical kingdom, where he fights a dreadful dragon, and "Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear," in which Piglet has a nightmare and is afraid to go back to sleep. That leaves it up to Pooh, Rabbit, and Tigger to show how bad dreams don't have to come true. As always in the Pooh series, the animation is better than average for TV/video (and even charmingly quaint), and the characters are great fun to be with.

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Pooh's Grand Adventure - The Search for Christopher Robin (1997)


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VHS

From the heart of The Hundred Acre Wood, an all-new movie is born. Inspired by the classic A.A. Milne stories, Pooh's Grand Adventure - The Search for Christopher Robin is the first feature-length Winnie The Pooh movie in 20 years. Starring the world's most beloved characters, this enchantment-filled adventure continues where the original story left off. Once upon the last day of a golden summer, the last thing Christopher Robin wants to do is tell Pooh he is going to school. Instead, he leaves a note that Pooh and friends misunderstand. Believing Christopher Robin has gone to "skull," Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, and Rabbit set off to rescue him. And so begins the grandest, most extraordinary journey of their lives -- and the discovery that even when apart, friends are as close as your heart. Five delightful new songs enrich themes of friendship and overcoming fears in this charming and endearing story. Pooh's Grand Adventure - The Search for Christopher Robin is a joyous experience Pooh lovers of all ages will want to watch again and again.

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Disney's Winnie the Pooh: Sing a Song with Tigger


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VHS

Join Tigger as he flips through his favorite scrapbook reminiscing about the good times he's had with Winnie the Pooh and all their friends in the Hundred Acre Wood. Songs and video clips from The Tigger Movie include "The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers," "Whoop-De-Dooper Bounce," "Round My Family Tree," and "How to Be a Tigger." Other "artistical and musical memories" include the day Tigger met Pooh, a Halloween eve, and a day spent pirating on the high seas. Each of the 12 songs features lots of fun animation and on-screen lyrics. The initial 27-minute sing-along section is followed by a 5-minute instructional sequence in which Tigger and a human helper teach kids how to collect mementos and assemble them into scrapbooks of their very own. If your child loved The Tigger Movie, he'll love this sing-along video.

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Song List:
  • The Scrapbook Song
  • The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers
  • The Whoop-De-Dooper Bounce
  • Forever and Ever
  • Round My Family Tree
  • I Wanna Scare Myself
  • Playing in the Wood
  • King of the Beasties
  • How to Be a Tigger
  • Pirates Is What We'll Be
  • Everything Is Right
  • The Scrapbook Song Reprise


Disney's Winnie the Pooh : Sing a Song With Pooh Bear and Piglet Too


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Although it's part of Disney's popular Sing Along series (lyrics appear on the screen), this video plays like another episode of Pooh, and that's good news. Pooh wakes one morning and wonders why he doesn't have his own song (I guess the theme song doesn't count). He visits his friends, accompanied by 45 nonstop minutes of song. The new video contains only five of the "classic" Pooh songs; most of the songs come from Pooh's later adventures.

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Song List:
  • Winnie The Pooh
  • Rumbly In My Tumbly
  • The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers
  • Kanga Roo Hop
  • Try A Little Something New
  • High And Low
  • The One And Only One; Floating Song
  • Harvest What You Grow
  • Heffalumps And Woozles
  • Nothing Is Too Good For A Friend
  • My Song

Pooh Learning - Making Friends (1988)


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VHS

In Cloud, Cloud, Go Away, Tigger makes friends with a lonely cloud, and then Tigger's Houseguest turns out to be a hungry termite! In The Bug Stops Here, Christopher Robin discovers an irresistible insect, and Tigger Is The Mother of Invention proves good work is its own reward ... especially for Piglet!

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Pooh Learning - Sharing & Caring (1988)


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VHS

Your family will love "Pooh Learning," a special collection that offers loving lessons on growing up with Pooh and all his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. In "Lights Out," Rabbit learns a lesson about sharing when he borrows Gopher's head lamp. Then, in "The Rats Who Came To Dinner," it's the rainstorm of the century and everybody turns to Pooh for help. Finally, "No Rabbit's A Fortress" teaches Rabbit a dynamite lesson in trusting his pals!

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Pooh Learning: Helping Others (1988)



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VHS

'Owl's Well That Ends Well' finds Pooh and Piglet trying to teach their feathered friend to sing, and "A Very, Very Large Animal" tells the tale of some little ants who make Piglet their big hero! In "Caws And Effects," Pooh Bear does his best to help Rabbit's harvest, and "To Dream The Impossible Scheme" teaches Gopher and the gang that dreams don't always have to come true!

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Pooh Learning: Growing Up (1988)



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VHS

There are two animated films in this video, which address the themes of growing up. In the first, Christopher Robin learns to take responsibility for his mistakes when he breaks a bust of his great grandfather while the animals are helping him clean his room. At first, he attempts to hide in his friends' houses, but he can't fit in any of them. Then he runs away with Pooh. But after a good talk with Eeyore, who explains that "everybody makes mistakes, we just have to face up to them," he decides to go home. This film shows the importance of friendship, as well as being honest and responsible--both good lessons for young children. More mystifying is the second feature in this video, which opens as Christopher Robin gets dressed up for a big party because "girls will be there". His animal friends, upset by this development, fear Christopher may leave them forever for the grown-up world. They build a grown-up house for him and even recruit a girlfriend in the person of a scarecrow. For any lover of the classic children's books, the thought of Pooh and Christopher Robin thinking about dating is strange, and most small children wouldn't have it on their minds, either. At this age, "growing up" should be more about developing social skills than finding a date. Also, the idea that an inanimate scarecrow is an acceptable substitute for a real companion is not a positive message for either girls or boys to receive.

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Pooh Learning: Working Together (1996)



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VHS

Your family will love "Pooh Learning," a special collection that offers loving lessons on growing up with Pooh and all his friends from the Hundred Acre Woods. In "Shovel, Shovel, Toil And Trouble," Gopher's so gaga over his new power shovel, "Lucille," he's digging up everything in sight! In "Tigger's Shoes," Tigger's bouncing is driving Rabbit bonkers, so the harried hare invents a tricky plan to keep Tigger earthbound. And in "Easy Come, Easy Gopher," building the ultimate tunnel is no easy task when Rabbit secretly changes the blueprints!

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Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (1973)



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VHS

It's a regular roly-poly day in the 100 Acre Woods. Pooh and friends are playing games at the river when Eeyore comes into view, bemused as usual. Pooh notices Eeyore is even bluer today, and when he discovers everyone has forgotten Eeyore's birthday, Pooh springs (a relative term) into action. This 25-minute short was made to look like other Pooh classics (including The Blustery Day, The Honey Tree, and Tigger Too), using the same opening inside Christopher Robin's home (with a scratchy and grainy film stock to boot), but this segment was made in 1983, nine years after Tigger. The main difference: some unmistakable voices are gone, along with some of the magic. But for those who love Pooh, the short is a natural to pick up.

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Winnie the Pooh: Pooh Wishes (1988)


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VHS

No childhood is complete without a little magic and Pooh Wishes delightfully delivers it. In The Wishing Bear, the centerpiece of a trio of tales, Pooh learns to wish upon a star, but then struggles to recall the offbeat rhyme. His journey to remember, coupled with his driving need to make sure his friend's wishes come true, is heartachingly sweet. Friendship is also the underlying theme in two other adventures. In Goodbye Mr. Pooh, a surprise party makes the bear think his friends want him to move away, while Balloonatics uses a balloon--another staple of childhood--to show that friends stick together no matter what. It all adds up to three rewarding fables of friendship in three-quarters of an hour.

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Cowboy Pooh (1988)


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VHS

Join Pooh and his pals from the Hundred Acre Wood for play-along fun that's full of laughter and imagination! New discoveries await within each delightful adventure! Take a trip to the Old West in "The Good, The Bad, And The Tigger," when a mysterious train robbery causes Sheriff Piglet to round up some unusual suspects! Then, "Rabbit Marks The Spot" and tricks the Pooh Pirates into digging for buried treasure! And who could possibly be "The Masked Offender" -- and why does he bounce so much like Tigger?

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Detective Tigger (1988)


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VHS

Join Pooh and his pals from the Hundred Acre Wood for play-along fun that's full of laughter and imagination! New discoveries await within each delightful adventure! When pots of hunny are mysteriously missing, Tigger, Private Ear, springs onto a solution! Then, it's a case of mistaken identity in Sham Pooh -- and there are thrills galore with the Invasion of the Pooh Snatcher. And finally, Eeyore's Tail Tale proves that when it comes to clues, even little Piglets can be a big help!

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Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too (1988)


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VHS

A great story: Pooh is so busy gathering up his friends' wish lists for Santa that he forgets to include his own. After retrieving the list and adding his own desires, he realizes he's late getting it where it needs to go. Off he goes to the North Pole on Christmas Eve, with pals Eeyore, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, and Christopher Robin missing him.

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Winnie the Pooh - Un-Valentines Day (1994)



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VHS

It's the time of year when Pooh and his pals like to show how much they care. But Rabbit insists they cancel Valnetine's Day because of the flood of cards that littered the Hundred Acre Wood last year! Reluctantly, everyone agrees, until someone anonymously sends Pooh a pot of honey. Also includes the charming "The Three Little Piglets"!

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Winnie the Pooh - A Valentine for You (1999)



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VHS

The dreaded day has finally come: Christopher Robin has been bitten by a smitten (that's a member of the love-bug family)! What can a silly ol' bear do to cure his best friend? Winnie the Pooh and friends Piglet, Rabbit, Eeyore, Owl, and Tigger set off deep into the darkest parts of the Hundred Acre Wood in search of a smitten to bite Christopher Robin and cancel out the effects of the initial bite. Pooh and his friends get separated in the woods and are reunited by the glow of a love bug. When it comes time to release the captured bug and cure Christopher Robin, Pooh has second thoughts--Christopher Robin seems so happy that it seems wrong for Pooh to want things any other way. Pooh returns home on this saddest, happiest Valentine's Day to find a valentine from Christopher Robin awaiting him. It seems that there is always a special place in the heart for old friends, even when new friends come along. "While the seasons change, some things remain the same."

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Winnie the Pooh: Tigger-ific Tales (1988)



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VHS

In "All's Well That Ends Well," Tigger is up to his whiskers in birthday wishes from friends. "Stripes" features the character in a state of alarm when he loses his markings, and in "Luck Amok," he learns he has good friends. The accent is on Pooh's delightful friend in this video, and the programs are wonderfully written, charmingly animated, and strongly characterized.

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Winnie the Pooh - Seasons of Giving (1999)



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VHS

Three marvelous cold-weather stories from Disney's popular Pooh television series are combined into one video. A slight error in judgment has led the gang in the 100 Acre Wood into spring in "Groundpiglet Day." Rabbit's rushing about defeats the true purpose of the holidays in "A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving." Rabbit is also the center of "Find Her, Keep Her" when he adopts a wayward bird. Even though this is a new collection of cartoons, the 70-minute tape keeps closely to the spirit of the '60s Pooh classics (unlike previous Pooh cartoons). A new song from Disney songmasters the Sherman brothers is sung (along with their famous title number), and Paul Winchell returns as the unmistakable voice of Tigger. That's not the late Sterling Holloway voicing Pooh, but a remarkable impersonation by ace mimic Jim Cummings.

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Winnie the Pooh: Happy Pooh Day (1996)



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VHS

Join Pooh and his pals from the Hundred Acre Wood for play-along fun that's full of laughter and imagination! New discoveries await within each delightful adventure! Who's been playing silly tricks on Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Rabbit? The four friends set out to solve the riddle in "April Pooh." In "Tigger Got Your Tongue," more surprises are in store when a missing painting and some wily crows trigger a lively mystery! And with too many candles on his birthday cake, Pooh is suddenly declared the oldest -- and smartest -- resident of the Hundred Acre Wood in "The Wise Have It."

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Winnie the Pooh - Imgaine That Christopher Robin (1998)



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VHS

Christopher Robin's stuffed animal friends reunite for another three- story video in the Friendship series. In "Pooh Skies", Pooh and the gang play out a version of Chicken Little in which the silly old bear accidentally knocks a broken robin's egg out of its nest. An approaching storm only confirms their worst fears--and Eeyore's expectations--so Pooh and Gopher take it upon themselves to venture upwards for some serious repair work. "Oh Bottle" is a pirate story involving messages and treasure maps in a bottle that ends up as a flower vase meant for Christopher Robin's mother. Finally, in "Up, Up and Awry", Pooh's attempts to go airborne land him in "jail" for breaking the law of gravity. Don't worry, he doesn't do hard time. In fact, his pals wind up joining him and, as often happens in the world of Pooh, they have a party.

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Winnie the Pooh: Fun N Games (1988)



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Join Pooh and his pals from the Hundred Acre Wood for play-along fun that's full of laughter and imagination! New discoveries await within each delightful adventure! Pooh referees a rollicking game where only the ball appears to be winning in What's the Score, Pooh? Then, a lively cross-country race teaches everyone that winning isn't everything in Prize Piglet! And Piglet's Poohetry party turns into quite a story when Tigger rhymes a few lines of his own!

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Winnie the Pooh: Clever Little Piglet (1988)



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VHS

Everyone's best friend, Pooh, invites you to share in the lessons of these heartwarming tales that express the value of friendship. Pooh "misplaces" Piglet and the search is on in "Where, Oh Where Has My Piglet Gone?" Then Piglet masters his fears to bravely save his dearest friend in "Gone With The Wind." Learn why being a hero is hard work in "My Hero." In "Owl Feathers," Owl takes heart when he takes flight thanks to Piglet's confidence in his friend's ability to fly!

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Three Cheers for Eeyore & Rabbit (1988)



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VHS

Two of Winnie the Pooh's sidekicks take center stage in these four tales about friendship. Eeyore of the slow-mo, downcast voice gives heart to "Eeyi, Eeyi, Eeyore", which shows him nurturing a plant by singing to it and, amazingly, making what appeared to be a worthless seed grow. "Just had to let them know there was a friend up here," he drawls. "The New Eeyore" drives home the point that you've just got to be you as the donkey impersonates Tigger in a misguided quest for popularity. Silliness reigns in "Honey for a Bunny", while "Rabbit Takes a Holiday" gently pokes fun at Rabbit's neatnik, homebody nature. For good measure, sprinkled throughout is a generous dollop of Pooh-isms, such as "I believe I may have misremembered what Rabbit may have told me." Come again? That's the idea.

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Pooh Party (1988)



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VHS

Rabbit has a party in "Party Poohper," but the rest of the gang is tied up trying to save bunnies from danger. (Poor Rabbit, rather touchingly, holds the party festivities anyway with stitched-together doll versions of his absent friends.) In "Pooh Day Afternoon," Christopher Robin asks Pooh to be his assistant dog sitter, a serious job that the old bear might not be up to. Good stuff, pleasing animation that moves well, strong characters with real feelings often expressed movingly, and plenty of humor.

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The Great Honey Pot Robbery (1991)



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VHS



Newfound Friends (1991)



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VHS



Winnie the Pooh - Frankenpooh (1988)



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VHS

A spooky theme runs through several stories on this video. "The Monster Frankenpooh" finds Dr. Von Tigger turning Pooh into a somewhat familiar-looking, scary creature. "Things That Go Piglet in the Night" features the characters on a ghost chase, and "Pooh Moon" finds Pooh and Piglet searching for honey while everyone else assumes they're missing--not just missing, but taken by the Grabme Gotcha. Charming visuals, terrific characters, touching stories. A winner.

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Winnie the Pooh - Spookable Pooh (1996)



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VHS

It's a rainy day, and Pooh and his friends are spending it in Christopher Robin's attic. Two stories from the delightful animated series follow: "A Knight to Remember" finds the timid Piglet transported to a magical kingdom, where he fights a dreadful dragon, and "Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear," in which Piglet has a nightmare and is afraid to go back to sleep. That leaves it up to Pooh, Rabbit, and Tigger to show how bad dreams don't have to come true. As always in the Pooh series, the animation is better-than-average for TV/video (and even charmingly quaint), and the characters are great fun to be with.

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There's No Camp Like Home (1991)



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VHS



Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day - Learn to Read Edition (1968)



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The Disney animated films of any given period all seem to be cut from one big piece of the same brightly colored cloth. Whatever their sources, they have all been seamlessly Disneyized. The Winnie the Pooh shorts are typical products of the Wolfgang Reitherman period of the '60s and '70s, supervised by the animation director responsible for The Sword in the Stone and The Jungle Book. It's jaunty, tuneful stuff, but produced on the cheap, crude, and sketchy-looking in comparison with recent peak achievements of Disney craftsmanship such as Mulan. This second installment (1968) takes off from one of the most stirring episodes in the second of A.A. Milne's books of stories about Christopher Robin and the Hundred Acre Woods crew, "The House at Pooh Corner," in which the wood weathers a storm and even a flood, and the animal chums learn to pull together in an emergency. Think of it as a disaster movie for the preschool crowd.

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Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974)



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This third installment of the Disney Pooh series, first released in 1974, is perhaps the liveliest, in part because the hyperactively bouncy stuffed tiger of the title seems tailor-made for animation. The story line, in which Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and company have to come to terms with the disruptive new presence in the Hundred Acre Wood, could almost be described as morally uplifting. And the character's theme song, "The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers," is the only really memorable number in the entire series; your kid will be singing it for days. The throaty tones of Paul Winchell, as Tigger, are a definite asset--and voice choices are by no means a neutral issue. When Disney chose the familiar tenor of in-house voiceover performer Sterling Holloway for the title character, it was a good example of what the politically minded call an "appropriative" gesture: a way of enveloping A.A. Milne's great children's book hero, of transforming him instantly into a generic Disney character. (You would never guess from the Disney renditions of Christopher that in the books, originally published in the 1920s, everybody was British.) The marketing machinations came full circle when Disney purchased rights to the original drawings by illustrator Ernest Shephard; merchandise depicting the two versions of the characters are now sold side by side in The Disney Store, like so many cans of New and Classic Coke.

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Winnie the Pooh and The Honey Tree



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Presenting WINNIE THE POOH STORYBOOK CLASSICS, the beloved A.A. Milne adaptations first seen in theaters beginning in 1966. Your entire family will cherish this timeless collection of Disney animated storytelling at its finest. In this 1966 classic, Pooh gets into a big jam when he climbs to the top of a honey tree and meets a swarm of bees who disapporve of his "bee"havior! Now it's up to his Hundred Acre pals to save their sweet-toothed friend!

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Winnie the Pooh - Boo to You Too (1996)



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This Halloween special begins with Pooh and his pals getting ready for trick-or-treating, but Piglet is too scared to go through with it. Even worse, Piglet thinks Pooh is in the clutches of spooks, but in a rare test of his own mettle, he summons his courage and decides to fight for his friend. This is more of the sweet, clever, and touching material from the Pooh video-television series, easily among the best programming for children these days.

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Winnie the Pooh: Pooh to the Rescue (1988)



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Winnie the Pooh: All's Well That Ends Well



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Winnie the Pooh: King of the Beasties (1992)



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Winnie the Pooh: Wishing Bear (1988)



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Winnie the Pooh Storybook Classics (2000)



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Four Winnie the Pooh shorts are repackaged into one set: Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966), the Oscar-winning Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968), Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too! (1974), and Winnie the Pooh and a Day For Eeyore (1983). The first three were strung together in 1997 as the popular film The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. The merits of these adaptations of A.A. Milne's classic tales are up to debate, but the impact that these shorts--especially the first Two--had on kids and parents in America is not. Winnie (the Disney version, anyway) became an icon for millions of kids and parents. The vocal talent is exceptional, including Sterling Holloway's Pooh, Paul Winchell's Tigger, and Ralph Wright's Eeyore (Wright also penned the adaptations). The two later stories lost some of the voices and some of the magic, but Pooh fans will enjoy these tales, which had varying degrees of success but share the same distinctive pedigree.

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