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While Disney has made many Winnie the Pooh movies, this is only their second to be produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. All of their other Winnie the Pooh movies, both those released direct to video/DVD and those released theatrically, were produced by DisneyToon Studios and thus are not considered to be official sequels.
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HIDDEN MICKEY: After Tigger makes the first step from the mud when he went to look for Eeyore.
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This is only the third time that Walt Disney Animation Studios produced a sequel to one of their films from the Disney Animated Classics canon in-house. The previous instances are as follows: The Rescuers Down Under (1990) followed The Rescuers (1977) and Fantasia/2000 (1999) followed Fantasia (1940).
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For the Backson song, the animators' drawings were inked with wide-tipped felt markers and given a rough texture in post production to make them look like chalkboard drawings.
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This was the last film from Walt Disney Animation Studios where the characters were drawn by hand. Beginning with the next film Wreck-It Ralph (2012) (and other movies after that.) The studio now does computer animated films.
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This was the first and only Winnie the Pooh film and the first and only Disney animated movie to feature Huell Howser as he died two years after it's release.
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This film was dedicated to Dan Read a background artist who died in May 2010 before the film's release.
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The Winnie the Pooh stuffed bear which appears in the beginning of the film was made by Burny Mattinson's wife Sylvia while the Tigger, Piglet, Kanga, Roo and Eeyore stuffed toys were made by the Disney Store.
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The reason Peter Cullen did not voice Eeyore for this film was likely as he was busy voicing Optimus Prime in Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) at the time of recording.
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Wyatt Dean Hall who did the voice of Roo is the son of director Don Hall.
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Kath Soucie, Ken Sansom, Peter Cullen and Andre Stojka were replaced by different actors for this movie, whilst Jim Cummings and Travis Oates kept their roles. Ken Sansom who voiced Rabbit from 1988 to 2010 died of a stroke a year later after the film's release.
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Originally this film was going to have five stories from the books but they finally used three stories instead. And this film was going to feature Rabbit's Friends and Relations but the scene got cut.
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Some scenes in the original movie trailer like Tigger bouncing into Pooh, Eeyore all alone, Owl explaining about his family, Pooh talking to his tummy, the red balloon floating around the woods and the whole gang walking in a parade was not included in the movie.
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In the past Winnie the Pooh movies Tigger was not named in the Winnie the Pooh theme song. But in this film however he is finally named in this song after Kanga and Roo.
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Jim Cummings and Tom Kenny who voiced Pooh, Tigger and Rabbit in this film used to work on the show CatDog (1998) as the Title Characters.
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John Cleese who voices the narrator for this movie used to be the narrator for the Mickey Mouse Works (1999) episodes The Nutcracker Around the World in 80 days and Mickey's Mechanical House.
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The part where Eeyore becomes a Tigger was reused from an episode of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988).
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Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez not only wrote new songs for this movie but they also stared in this movie as the voices of Kanga (filling in for Kath Soucie) and the sounds of Pooh Bear's tummy.
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Peter Del Vecho loved the songs Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez wrote for this film he told them to write new songs for the movie Frozen (2013).
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