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Winnie Pooh (1969)
"Vinni-Pukh" (original title)

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Winnie Pooh finds a beehive on the top of a big oak tree and tries to get to the honey with the help of Piglet.

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Vinni-Pukh (voice) (as E. Leonov)
Iya Savvina ...
Pyatachok (voice) (as I. Savvina)
Vladimir Osenev ...
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Winnie Pooh finds a beehive on the top of a big oak tree and tries to get to the honey with the help of Piglet.

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Best Milne adaptation ever
16 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't mean to generalize, but if you really want to get some sense of the difference between Russian and American animation (with many many exceptions, obviously), just compare this phenomenal Vinni Pukh with the wretched Disney Winnie the Pooh. The Disney one is sentimental, pandering, unsophisticated, and dumb. Winnie himself lethargically stumbles along like a middle-aged man with a developmental disability. Vinni, however, is vigorous, adventurous, and witty. He's sly and he has attitude. He is no longer a disposable "silly old bear," he is a worthy protagonist. Pyatachok is not a pathetic, feathery-voiced ball of pink. He is vibrant and fun, and their friendship, so beautifully rendered by Milne and made sappy and idiotic by Disney, is here authentic and moving once again. Soviet animation at its best.


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