History Characters / WinnieThePooh

16th Aug '17 5:59:39 PM Pamina
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* TokenEvilTeammate: To an extent. He is much more antagonistic than the other residents, however by normal standards, he's just a bit of a {{Jerkass}}, redeeming himself rather frequently and even plays the StraightMan on occasion.

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* TokenEvilTeammate: To an extent. [[TokenEvilTeammate Token Jerk With A Heart Of Gold Teammate]]: He is much more antagonistic than the other residents, however by normal standards, he's just a bit of a {{Jerkass}}, redeeming himself rather frequently and even plays the StraightMan on occasion.
16th Aug '17 5:38:40 PM Pamina
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* FatIdiot: Downplayed on "idiot". He is pretty naive, but quite wide.

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* FatIdiot: Downplayed on "idiot". He is pretty naive, but quite wide.Downplayed; more "naive" than an "idiot" and more "cutely chubby" than outright "fat."
16th Aug '17 5:30:08 PM Pamina
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* AnimalStereotypes: Their personalities typically either play this straight or subvert it. For example, Pooh plays on the stereotype of bears not being very bright, whilst Owl subverts the stereotype of owls being wise and clever.

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* AnimalStereotypes: Their personalities typically either play this straight or subvert it. For example, Pooh plays on the stereotype of bears not being very bright, whilst Owl subverts the stereotype of owls being wise and clever.clever (though he thinks he plays it straight).
16th Aug '17 5:26:38 PM Pamina
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* TheNicknamer: In the Disney version, he's got a nickname for everyone, and ''loads'' of them for Rabbit. Examples include: Pooh - "Buddy Bear" / "Buddy Boy", Rabbit - "Long Ears" / "Ra-Ra", Piglet - "Pigaletto", Eeyore - "Donkey Boy", Roo/Lumpy - "Little Roo-ster / "Lumpster"

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* TheNicknamer: In the Disney version, he's got a nickname for everyone, and ''loads'' of them for Rabbit. Examples include: Pooh - "Buddy Bear" / "Buddy Boy", Rabbit - "Long Ears" / "Ra-Ra", "Ra-Ra" / "Bunny Boy", Piglet - "Pigaletto", Eeyore - "Donkey Boy", Roo/Lumpy - "Little Roo-ster / "Lumpster"
11th Aug '17 7:33:58 AM Psi001
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\n* ShooOutTheNewGuy: Following his debut movie, Lumpy got promoted fairly heavily and appeared in a few other projects shortly after, though shortly disappeared from most ''Pooh'' animations and merchandise.
9th Aug '17 10:46:37 PM JMQwilleran
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* KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forth between the tropes depending on the story's needs.

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* 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''.
9th Aug '17 10:44:25 PM JMQwilleran
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!!'''Holly'''
A young reindeer who appears in the Hundred Acre Wood, searching for Santa's sack of toys. She eventually becomes one of Santa's reindeer. She later comes back to the Hundred Acre Wood for a return visit in summer.

* TheBusCameBack: She stays at the North Pole at the end of ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'', but then comes back for one story, "Home for the Holly Days," in which she learns about the fun things to do in the Hundred Acre Wood during summer.
* CheerfulChild: She's generally bright and cheerful, though she can become nervous and sad in new situations.
* ExpressiveEars: Being a reindeer, she comes by them naturally.
19th Jul '17 9:09:39 PM Pamina
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* MessyPig: Shows signs of this: when Kanga gives him a bath, he doesn't feel comfortable until he can roll in the dirt again. In a subversion, he's also a bit of a NeatFreak.

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* MessyPig: Shows signs of this: when Kanga gives him a bath, he doesn't feel comfortable until he can roll in the dirt again. In a subversion, he's also a bit of a NeatFreak. The Disney version eliminates this altogether.
19th Jul '17 9:05:54 PM Pamina
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* VocalEvolution: Listen to Paul Winchell as Tigger in the ''Many Adventures'' shorts, then compare it to ''New Adventures'' and they don't even sound like the same person as Winchell's voice had gotten raspier and developed a lisp. This evolution is why Jim Cummings took over the role permanently from ''The Tigger Movie'' onwards.

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* VocalEvolution: Listen to Paul Winchell as Tigger in the ''Many Adventures'' shorts, then compare it to ''New Adventures'' and they don't Adventures''. They hardly even sound like the same person person, as Winchell's voice had gotten raspier raspier, and developed a lisp.his lisp is stronger too. This evolution is why Jim Cummings took over the role permanently from ''The Tigger Movie'' onwards.
11th Jul '17 9:28:23 PM thecarolinabull01
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He seems to have all but vanished from the franchise in later years (his most recent appearance in the Pooh franchise was in ''Pooh's Heffalump Holloween Movie'', albeit via recycled footage).

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He seems to have all but vanished from the franchise in later years (his most recent appearance in the Pooh franchise was in ''Pooh's Heffalump Holloween Movie'', albeit via recycled footage). He was absent from the 2011 film, which saw the return of Owl, who disappeared from the ''[[JustForPun Poohniverse]]'' around the same time.
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