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Eeyore is gloomy, like always, but more so now. His birthday is right around the corner and everybody has forgotten. It didn't cheer him up any when Tigger "accidentally" knocks Eeyore into the river. Pooh invents a new game, "Pooh Sticks", and everyone contributes to Eeyore's party, there's flat balloons, storage honey pots with Owl's hand writing on them, and a game of Pooh Sticks which Tigger claims he likes, but immediately hates it because he lost. It turns out to be a happy birthday celebration after all. Written by
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The only Pooh film to not feature the original vocals for the original Winnie The Pooh theme song at any part of the film. See more »
The old wooden bridge's appearance frequently changes. It's first shown uneven, then it's level, and there are a few times when the bridge is shown uneven again. See more »
[as the gang plays Pooh sticks on Eeyore's birthday]
So they gathered on the old wooden bridge and played the game for many contented hours. And Eeyore, who had never played it before, won more times than anyone else. But poor Tigger won none at all.
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This is the last of the four Winnie the Pooh featurettes. It's not as good as the first three, but it is still enjoyable. One reason I'll tell you why it it not as good as the others is because almost the whole cast is different. But John Fiedler and Paul Winchell still gave their original voices to Piglet and Tigger which is a good thing. This film really focuses on Eeyore by the way. The music is really good too, and it really sets to the tone of Eeyore. So if you haven't seen this or the others yet, you're in for a treat. So please watch it for me and tell us how you like it.
P.S. Try playing Pooh-sticks yourself.
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