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Ross Bagdasarian Jr.,
Christopher Robin writes a letter to Santa Claus asking for various presents for him and his friends. He sends the letter into the wind. Later, Winnie the Poon realizes that he didn't ask for anything. He and Piglet search and find the letter. They go to Rabbit's house to rewrite the letter. Everybody wants more than their original wishes. Winnie releases the letter. However when he gets home, the letter gets blown under his door. Santa is not getting their letter. Winnie must pretend to be Santa Claus to fulfill the gang's wishes with Piglet as his reindeer. None of the gifts work quite right and the gang confronts the fake Santa.
This is an utterly charming Winnie the Pooh cartoon. It has the light comedic touch that its franchise is famous for. It's also so adorable that Winnie the Pooh is dressed up as Santa Claus. The early 90s version just needs colors that are a bit sharper and cleaner. It doesn't need to be re-edited or anything like that. The story works perfectly fine and I expect any post editing is for time only.
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