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Eeyore is gloomy, like always, but more so now. His birthday is right around the corner and everybody has forgotten. It didn't cheer him up any when Tigger "accidentally" knocks Eeyore into the river. Pooh invents a new game, "Pooh Sticks", and everyone contributes to Eeyore's party, there's flat balloons, storage honey pots with Owl's hand writing on them, and a game of Pooh Sticks which Tigger claims he likes, but immediately hates it because he lost. It turns out to be a happy birthday celebration after all.Written by
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This featurette features a completely overdubbed version of the famous opening sequence. The music and the famous title music were re-recorded at a different key to match up with the rest of the music score in the cartoon, the cuckoo clock sound was replaced, and Laurie Main does the opening narration instead of Sebastian Cabot. See more »
In the beginning of the short, the book says "Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree" when the camera is zoomed out. However, once the book is about to open, you can see that the book title is changed to "Winnie-the-Pooh". Obviously, the opening scenes were reused and overdubbed. See more »
It's my birthday, the happiest day of the year.
Of course. Can't you see all the presents?
Can't you see the cake, the candles, the pink sugar?
Neither can I.
Oh. Well, many happy returns of the day, Eeyore.
Thank you, Pooh. But we can't all, and some of us don't.
Can't all what?
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Re-dubbed version on VHS, DVD and Blu-Ray releases of The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Jim Cummings as Winnie the Pooh, Tress MacNellie as Kanga, Ken Sansom as Rabbit, Trevyn Savage as Christopher Robin and Aaron Spann as Roo See more »
Not as good as the other three, but definitely worth watching!
I do think out of the four Winnie the Pooh vignettes this is my least favourite, but it is fun to watch. It isn't as funny as the other three, though Tigger is still very funny, and the narrator just lacks the thoughtfulness of Sebastian Cabot.
That said, it is well animated, the voice acting especially from Paul Winchell and John Fiedler are without fault, and it is still very charming, and has a good story that just about engages the young audience.
The music is not so bad either, and the Pooh Sticks scene was inspired.
All in all, not the best our favourite bear has to offer, but worth watching. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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