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As Winnie the Pooh (and Tigger too), Jim Cummings Regularly Holds Conversations With Himself

15 July 2011 12:00 PM, PDT | Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal | See recent Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal news »

Everett / Disney A scene from “Winne the Pooh”

Even on the phone, Jim Cummings’s voice has a distinctive, rumbling familiarity. As he talks about his family, his film work and the development of the latest feature film version of “Winnie the Pooh,” out today, it’s hard to not imagine a stuffy old bear on the other end of the line.

Cummings, 58, has voiced A.A. Milne’s beloved bear in films, TV and video games since 1983, when he took »

- Nick Andersen

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Disney's unappreciated animated classics

10 March 2011 1:36 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mark uncovers the too-often-overlooked gems in the Disney animated movies catalogue...

Not all Disney feature movies get the same level of appreciation, as they're overshadowed by the better known or more rambunctious siblings.

Here are five that, in my view, deserve better...

Alice In Wonderland (1951)

Part of the impressive fifties animated feature line-up, Alice never quite got the love that was reserved for Sleeping Beauty or The Lady And The Tramp. Yet, it's as technically competent, and uniquely styled.

Disney must bear some of the responsibility, however, as, after a somewhat poor box office (by their standards) outing, they demoted Alice to being the launch vehicle for their TV ambitions in a cut-down form. This choice meant that it didn't get recycled at the cinema and moved it down a notch from its 'cinema only' screened peers.

As they've all now been on TV, I think it's about time Alice In Wonderland »

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