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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1983   Unknown  
5 nominations. See more awards »
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Phil Baron ...
 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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1983 (USA)  »

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El Rincon de Pu  »

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The song, "The Right Side", was written by Richard and Robert Sherman and was originally intended for Mary Poppins (1964). See more »

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Followed by Winnie the Pooh (2011) See more »

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Be a Friend, Be a Buddy, Be a Pal, Be a Chumb
(1983); Written by Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman
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Please Put "Welcome to Pooh Corner" on DVD!
5 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My words will be inadequate to describe how good "Welcome to Pooh Corner" is. No other children's show comes close to the quality of this series. I would be willing to pay big bucks to have the entire series (all 120 episodes) on DVD. If that ever happens, I hope it will include bonus materials to tell us how it was done--who wrote the scripts, did the music, manned the characters, did the voices, etc.

Every episode had warmth, humor, and charm, and taught good values. This show appeals to adults as well as children. The songs were fabulous. How did the actors make those puppet heads convey such emotion and how did they synchronize the voices with the facial expressions? The backdrops and scenery were beautiful also. What an amazing bunch of talented people worked on this show! I watched "Welcome to Pooh Corner" with my sons when they were little and now with my granddaughter. I wish I had recorded every episode from the Disney Channel, but I only got 9 of them. Then I bought the 6-volume tape series. But all my videos are worn out from repeat viewing, so I would dearly love to have this on DVD. All 120 episodes, please! I would buy copies for grandchildren and friends, as well as myself. This is too good to disappear. Please bring it back!


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