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I have made no secret of loving Winnie the Pooh. I love the sweet tone, the soft animation, the songs, the characters, the sweet plot lines, the humour, the dialogue, just about everything. This installment is just as wonderful as the others and just as much an essential part of my childhood. The highlight to me is Tigger's song I Wanna Scare Myself. Tigger is my favourite Pooh character (always has been) and the song itself is just so catchy. I also loved the hilarious scene where Eeyore mistakes Gopher's costume for a yak (Gopher is actually dressed as Eeyore) and also when Gopher dresses up as Rabbit and Rabbit mistakes the costume for a muskrat. It was also so sweet how everyone tries to get an anxious Piglet into the Halloween spirit and then there is fun dialogue like "he's been pig-napped by spookables!" Piglet's song I'm Not Afraid is also very nice and sentimental.
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