Welcome to Pooh Corner (1983–1986)

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Winnie the Pooh's first live-action television series. The popular "Pooh Corner" consisted of a mix of full-body costumes and radio controlled 'puppetronics' that kept the mouths and eyes ... See full summary »

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 Piglet (1983-1986) (unknown episodes)
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Winnie the Pooh's first live-action television series. The popular "Pooh Corner" consisted of a mix of full-body costumes and radio controlled 'puppetronics' that kept the mouths and eyes moving. For a cable series, the show was very popular during its 1983-1986 run on the Disney Channel. Written by The Puppet Avenger

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18 April 1983 (USA)  »

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Roo's character originally was like a toddler, was done by a puppet, and would most often be sitting on something like Eeyore or Tigger's back, Kanga's pouch, or his high chair; later his character was portrayed more like a preschooler and it was able to walk around in more scenes and was never in his mother's pouch. See more »

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Follows Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968) See more »

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Try A Little Something New
(1983)
Written by Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman
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Welcome to one of the best "kids" shows there ever was!
5 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This said, I don't really consider Welcome to Pooh Corner as just a "kids" show. It is just a wonderful show, that appeals to both kids and adults.

I loved the colourful settings/sceneries, and all the characters apart from perhaps Roo occasionally all look convincing. The songs are simply fabulous, the melodies are inspired are the lyrics are relate-able and delightfully droll.

Welcome to Pooh Corner was also superbly written, with original thoughtfully-written story lines with interesting and important lessons and the dialogue humorous and charming.

All the characters are engaging and have distinct personalities, and the voice acting is consistently good particularly Hal Smith(for me the best Pooh voice after Sterling Holloway) as Pooh.

Overall, a wonderful show and one of the best "kids"(though adults will find much to like about it too) shows there ever was. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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