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Episode cast overview:
Herself - Storyteller / Christopher Robin's Mother
Christopher Robin (as Teddy Eccles)
Faz Fazakas ...
Pooh (voice) (as Franz Fazaks)
Fania Sullivan ...
Piglet (voice)
Eeyore (voice)
Cora Baird ...
Kanga (voice)
Frank Sullivan ...
Rabbit / Owl (voice)
Carl Harms ...
Tigger (voice)
David Nillo ...
Rabbit's Relative (voice)
George Baird ...
Rabbit's Relative (voice)


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Release Date:

2 October 1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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17 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I got the DVD that contained this episode off of Netflix, and I saw a sneak peek to see if I would like it, but no. It freaked me out. All those puppets. (shudders) I like the puppets for the show "The Book of Pooh" better because that is a present-day show, and they are also puppets, not marionettes. Puppets are not scary at all. If anyone remembers "Welcome to Pooh Corner", this is what it is like: Scary and Creepy.

I can just judge just by the beginning of the film. When I saw Pooh singing, I had to shut my eyes because he looked so creepy. And that voice he had. That is not Pooh Bear. The only people who can get Pooh to sound just right are Sterling Holloway and Jim Cummings. So, just be my guest if you want to see this. I'm not stopping you, I'm just putting my two sense in, and saying it's creepy and will give you nightmares.

Here's another tip: The Disney Pooh is so much better.

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