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Mark my words: Soyuzmultfilm's version of Pooh is the better one.
If you only know Disney's mushy version of Winnie the Pooh, then you don't know the character at all. Soviet animation studio Soyuzmultfilm made a series about A.A. Milne's bear, depicting him and his friends as mentally mature animals just trying to do the right thing for each other. In "Vinni-Pukh i den zabot" ("Winnie-the-Pooh and a Busy Day" in English), Eeyore has lost his tail, so Pooh tries to find it while Piglet gets him a balloon. Sure enough, complications arise.
It's not as glossy as Disney's series, but more interesting: more subtle and not as cutesy. This series does justice to the books; the more famous version was basically an excuse to sell merchandise. I recommend this one, and also the Soviet version of "Mary Poppins" (yes, there was one).
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