History Characters / WinnieThePooh

18th Feb '18 5:51:16 AM Psi001
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* NotSoAboveItAll: She takes part in the others' TooDumbToLive antics more than usual in the 2011 movie, being just as paranoid of the Backson as everyone else and generally acting a lot goofier than usual.

to:

* NotSoAboveItAll: She takes part in the others' TooDumbToLive antics more than usual in the 2011 movie, being just as paranoid of the Backson as everyone else and generally acting a lot goofier than usual. She also willingly joined in on several of the wacky musical numbers in ''Book of Pooh''.



* HeroAntagonist: Bruno isn't really a villainous character, though he is kind of an arrogant jerk, but he drives the whole plot of the episode by scaring the other toys into believing Christopher Robin will get rid of them if they're not as special as Bruno is.
* InferioritySuperiorityComplex: He's so assured he's the perfect toy that when he believes he's been rejected by Christopher Robin, he tries to deactivate himself in disillusionment.



* HeroAntagonist: Bruno isn't really a villainous character, though he is kind of an arrogant jerk, but he drives the whole plot of the episode by scaring the other toys into believing Christopher Robin will get rid of them if they're not as special as Bruno is.



* LaughablyEvil: Even with his slightly horrific concept, he has a rather whimsical, hammy demeanor. His motives are solely to create trash, after all.

to:

* LaughablyEvil: Even with his slightly horrific concept, he has a rather whimsical, hammy petty comical demeanor. His motives are solely to create trash, after all.


Added DiffLines:

* NotSoHarmlessVillain: Introducing himself as a VisualPun, he's not the most sinister antagonist the Pooh cast's came along, but he is one of the most crafty, keeping one step ahead of them up until Piglet coerces him into a HeelFaceTurn. They even complain he's too savvy to [[NoFourthWall follow the script]].
14th Feb '18 9:57:27 AM Tailikku
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* NeverLearnedToRead: Pointed out by Stan when Wooster ignores a sign pointing towards an ObviousTrap set up by Rabbit.



A trio of rodents in ''New Adventures'' who compulsively steal anything that isn't nailed down. The gray one is the leader, the orange one is an overweight dimwit and the brown one has a slight attitude problem.

to:

A trio of rodents in ''New Adventures'' who compulsively steal anything that isn't nailed down.down, replacing them with walnuts as "payment". The gray one is the leader, the orange one is an overweight dimwit and the brown one has a slight attitude problem.


Added DiffLines:

* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Vocally, Jack behaves like Creator/JackNicholson when he is an outlaw. He then switches to Creator/JohnWayne when Piglet makes him sheriff.
14th Feb '18 9:50:25 AM thecarolinabull01
Is there an issue? Send a Message


'''Voiced by:''' Bruce Reitherman (1966); Jon Wlmsley (1968); Timothy Turner (1974); Kim Christianson (1981 - 1983); Tim Hoskins (19881991); Edan Gross (1991); Brady Bluhm (19971999); Tom Attenborough (2000); Paul Tiesler (20012003); Tom Wheatley (2003); William Green (2002); Struan Erlenborn (20072010); Jack Boutler (2011), Oliver Bell (2017)

to:

'''Voiced by:''' Bruce Reitherman (1966); Jon Wlmsley (1968); Timothy Turner (1974); Kim Christianson (1981 - 1983); Tim Hoskins (19881991); Edan Gross (1991); Brady Bluhm (19971999); Tom Attenborough (2000); Paul Tiesler (20012003); Tom Wheatley (2003); William Green (2002); Struan Erlenborn (20072010); Jack Boutler (2011), Oliver Bell (2017)
(2017), Creator/EwanMcGregor (live-action film)
14th Feb '18 9:08:01 AM Tailikku
Is there an issue? Send a Message


'''Voiced by:''' Creator/PaulWinchell (1968-1983, 1988-1999); Sam Edwards (Disneyland Records); Will Ryan (1983-1986); Creator/JimCummings (1989-present)[[note]]Due to Winchell's failing health, Cummings and Winchell would alternate between the role until Winchell's retirement in 1999[[/note]]

to:

'''Voiced by:''' Creator/PaulWinchell (1968-1983, 1988-1999); Sam Edwards (Disneyland Records); Will Ryan (1983-1986); Creator/JimCummings (1989-present)[[note]]Due to Winchell's failing health, Cummings and Winchell would alternate between the role until Winchell's retirement in 1999[[/note]]
1999[[/note]]; Chris O'Dowd (live action film)



'''Voiced by:''' John Fiedler (1968-1983, 1988-2005); Phil Baron (1983-1986); Travis Oates (2005-present)

to:

'''Voiced by:''' John Fiedler (1968-1983, 1988-2005); Phil Baron (1983-1986); Travis Oates (2005-present)
(2005-present); Nick Mohammed (live action film)



'''Voiced by:''' Ralph Wright (1966-1983); Ron Feinberg (1981); Ron Gans (1983-1986); Creator/BradGarrett (Animated Storybook); GreggBerger (most media appearances); Creator/PeterCullen (1988-2010, 2017-present); Bud Luckey (2011-present)

to:

'''Voiced by:''' Ralph Wright (1966-1983); Ron Feinberg (1981); Ron Gans (1983-1986); Creator/BradGarrett (Animated Storybook); Storybook, live action film); GreggBerger (most media appearances); Creator/PeterCullen (1988-2010, 2017-present); Bud Luckey (2011-present)



'''Voiced by:''' Junius Matthews (1966-1977); Ray Erlenborn (1981); Will Ryan (1983-1986); Ken Sansom (1988-2010); Creator/TomKenny (2011-present)

to:

'''Voiced by:''' Junius Matthews (1966-1977); Ray Erlenborn (1981); Will Ryan (1983-1986); Ken Sansom (1988-2010); Creator/TomKenny (2011-present)
(2011-present), Creator/PeterCapaldi (live action film)



'''Voiced by:''' Barbara Luddy (1966-1977); Julie McWhirter (Day for Eeyore); Diana Hale (Welcom to Pooh Corner); Patricia Parris (1988-1993); Tress MacNeille (1994-1999, Kingdom Hearts); Creator/KathSoucie (2000-2010); Russi Taylor (1998); Kristen Anderson-Lopez (2011-present)

to:

'''Voiced by:''' Barbara Luddy (1966-1977); Julie McWhirter (Day for Eeyore); Diana Hale (Welcom to Pooh Corner); Patricia Parris (1988-1993); Tress MacNeille (1994-1999, Kingdom Hearts); Creator/KathSoucie (2000-2010); Russi Taylor (1998); Kristen Anderson-Lopez (2011-present)
(2011-present); Sophie Okonedo (live action film)



'''Voiced by:''' Hal Smith (1966-1991); Andre Stojka (1992-2006); Craig Ferguson (2011-present)

to:

'''Voiced by:''' Hal Smith (1966-1991); Andre Stojka (1992-2006); Craig Ferguson (2011-present)
(2011-present), Creator/TobyJones (live action film)
13th Feb '18 4:47:08 PM Psi001
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* HeightAngst: The episode "Biglet" from ''Series/TheBookOfPooh'' features Piglet getting fed up with being short, and starts wearing stilts, giant gloves, and a amplifier in his mouth.

to:

* HeightAngst: In the Disney version especially, Piglet frequently has low self esteem over being a very small animal:
** A plot pivot in ''Film/PigletsBigMovie'', where in spite of Piglet's SelfDeprecation, it's discovered he's recurrently managed to be vital to the gang's agendas.
**
The episode "Biglet" from ''Series/TheBookOfPooh'' features Piglet getting fed up with being short, and starts wearing stilts, giant gloves, and a amplifier in his mouth.



* SixthRanger: Promoted to such in the Disneytoon Studios cartoons, where he nearly always joins in on the main gang's antics.



* KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forth between the tropes depending on the story's needs. More likely to be the smart guy in ''Series/TheBookOfPooh'' and the Disneytoon Studios entertainment films.

to:

* KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forth between the tropes depending on the story's needs. More likely to be the smart guy in ''Series/TheBookOfPooh'' and the Disneytoon Studios entertainment endutainment films.
8th Feb '18 3:29:38 AM jormis29
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* HeightAngst: The episode "Biglet" from ''The Book Of Pooh'' features Piglet getting fed up with being short, and starts wearing stilts, giant gloves, and a amplifier in his mouth.

to:

* HeightAngst: The episode "Biglet" from ''The Book Of Pooh'' ''Series/TheBookOfPooh'' features Piglet getting fed up with being short, and starts wearing stilts, giant gloves, and a amplifier in his mouth.



* KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forth between the tropes depending on the story's needs. More likely to be the smart guy in ''The Book of Pooh'' and the Disneytoon Studios entertainment films.

to:

* KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forth between the tropes depending on the story's needs. More likely to be the smart guy in ''The Book of Pooh'' ''Series/TheBookOfPooh'' and the Disneytoon Studios entertainment films.



A baby bird rescued and for a while cared for by Rabbit, whom she calls "Rabbee." A Disney-only character, she appeared only in two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', but was brought back as a major recurring character for ''The Book Of Pooh.''

to:

A baby bird rescued and for a while cared for by Rabbit, whom she calls "Rabbee." A Disney-only character, she appeared only in two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', but was brought back as a major recurring character for ''The Book Of Pooh.''
''Series/TheBookOfPooh''.
4th Feb '18 11:42:12 AM Psi001
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* AdaptationalWimp: Zigzagged. While the Disney rendition has plenty of his own unique heroic moments, most adaptations of the original stories where Pooh holds the SmartBall (eg. rescuing Piglet from the flood, or finding the "North Pole" to recover Roo) are altered so he is an AccidentalHero.
4th Feb '18 11:06:43 AM Psi001
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* AscendedExtra: He was a fairly minor character in the original ''Many Adventures'' film, though became a regular in the ''New Adventures'' series and even got several limelight episodes. [[OutOfFocus Subverted]] in the Disneytoon movies however, where Roo took his place as the SixthRanger.
4th Feb '18 10:51:35 AM Psi001
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He seems to have all but vanished from the franchise in later years.[[note]]his most recent appearance in the Pooh franchise was in the 2004 educational video ''Winnie the Pooh: 123s'', besides a StockFootage appearance in ''Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie''[[/note]] He was absent from the 2011 film, which saw the return of Owl, who disappeared from the ''[[JustForPun Poohniverse]]'' around the same time.

to:

* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He seems to have all but vanished from the franchise in later years.[[note]]his most recent appearance in the Pooh franchise was in the 2004 educational video ''Winnie the Pooh: 123s'', besides a some StockFootage appearance appearances in ''Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie''[[/note]] Movie'' and ''The Mini Adventures of Winnie the Pooh''[[/note]] He was absent from the 2011 film, which saw the return of Owl, who disappeared from the ''[[JustForPun Poohniverse]]'' around the same time.
29th Jan '18 7:09:37 PM Psi001
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AscendedExtra: A side character in the original novels and Disney featurettes, almost as prominent as Pooh and Tigger in some of the newer features.

to:

* AscendedExtra: A side character in the original novels and Disney featurettes, almost as prominent as Pooh and Tigger in some of the newer features.Disney works.


Added DiffLines:

* MoralityPet: To Tigger. Starting from ''The Tigger Movie'', we see more cases of Tigger actually feeling inclined to act halfway responsible if Roo is around, aware he looks up to him. Especially apparent in ''Springtime With Roo'' and ''The Book of Pooh''.
This list shows the last 10 events of 321. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Characters.WinnieThePooh