History Disney / TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh

7th Jan '16 12:11:18 AM Mdumas43073
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Entry #22 in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, '''''The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh''''' is the best-known of the studio's ''Pooh'' adaptations.
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Entry #22 in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, '''''The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh''''' is the best-known of the studio's various ''Pooh'' adaptations.
7th Jan '16 12:10:14 AM Mdumas43073
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Entry #22 in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, ''The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh'' is the best-known of the studio's ''Pooh'' adaptations.
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Entry #22 in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, ''The '''''The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh'' Pooh''''' is the best-known of the studio's ''Pooh'' adaptations.
29th Dec '15 7:39:37 PM jameygamer
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A fourth short, ''Winnie The Pooh and a Day for Eeyore'', was released later in 1983 and became the stock bonus feature for this movie on home video releases. Some airings of the film on the DisneyChannel in the early 90's oddly used this short as the third act instead of ''Tigger Too'', which as a result cut out most of the film's framing animation as well, including [[NoEnding the ending]].
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A fourth short, ''Winnie The Pooh and a Day for Eeyore'', was released later in 1983 and became the stock bonus feature for this movie on home video releases. releases (it and the the other three shorts have been released together in the ''[[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo Walt Disney Mini Classics]]'' video series and a label called ''Winnie The Pooh's Storybook Classics''). Some airings of the original film on the DisneyChannel in the early 90's oddly used this fourth short as the third act instead of ''Tigger Too'', which as a result cut out most of the film's framing animation as well, including [[NoEnding the ending]].
21st Dec '15 10:47:31 AM tropower
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* TheOtherDarrin: This is the first theatrical ''Pooh'' cartoon to feature replacement voices for Pooh (Hal Smith), Rabbit (Will Ryan), Kanga (Julie [=McWhirter=]), and the Narrator (Laurie Main). Roo and Christopher Robin, who had already been portrayed by multiple voice actors, are also recast here.
21st Dec '15 10:42:02 AM tropower
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"Crippling" is biased IMO. Don't forget what we're talking about here. For this reason, I've also made some parts less melodramatic.
** Eeyore's depressive state takes near oddball lengths at times. Nearly every other member of the Hundred Acre Wood (even more cynical characters such as Rabbit) have a crippling naivete and childlike complex on occasion making the whole wood somewhat a CloudCuckooLand (then again what do you expect from a place consisting of a kid's sentient stuffed animals?).
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** Eeyore's depressive state takes near oddball lengths at times. Nearly every other member of the Hundred Acre Wood (even more cynical characters such as Rabbit) have has a crippling naivete and childlike complex on occasion making the whole wood somewhat a CloudCuckooLand (then again what do would you expect from a place consisting of a kid's sentient stuffed animals?).

* HelpImStuck: Pooh frequently becomes stuck in Rabbit's front door.
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* HelpImStuck: Pooh frequently becomes stuck in Rabbit's front door.door[[note]]Although we only see it happen once in "...and the Honey Tree".[[/note]].

* {{Jerkass}}: Rabbit in ''And Tigger Too''. Tigger is annoying him by bouncing everyone and ruining his garden, so what does he do? ''[[{{DisproportionateRetribution}} Plots to use his friends in a plan to leave him for dead in the middle of the woods]]'' (with the end result being that when they finally bring him home he'll be so traumatized the bounce will be knocked out of him). And when the gang realizes that forbidding Tigger to bounce would make him horribly depressed, all his friends are all for letting him bounce again... except Rabbit. He needs to be pretty much forced into not being a total jerk.
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* {{Jerkass}}: Rabbit in ''And Tigger Too''. Tigger is annoying him by bouncing everyone and ruining his garden, so what does he do? ''[[{{DisproportionateRetribution}} Plots He plots to use his friends in a plan to leave get him for dead lost in the middle of the woods]]'' (with the end result being that when they finally bring him home he'll be so traumatized traumatized, that the bounce will be knocked out of him). And when the gang realizes that forbidding Tigger to bounce would make him horribly depressed, all his friends are all for letting him bounce again... except Rabbit. He needs to be pretty much forced into not being a total jerk.

* {{Jerkass}}: Rabbit in ''And Tigger Too''. Tigger is annoying him by bouncing everyone and ruining his garden, so what does he do? ''[[{{DisproportionateRetribution}} Plots to use his friends in a plan to leave him for dead in the middle of the woods]]'' (with the end result being MeaningfulName: Eeyore; think about that when they finally bring him home he'll be so traumatized the bounce will be knocked out of him). And when the gang realizes that forbidding Tigger to bounce would make him horribly depressed, all his friends are all for letting him bounce again... except Rabbit. He needs to be pretty much forced into not being a total jerk.minute.

* NiceGuy: Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, and Piglet stand out as being the most glaringly nice guys.
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* NiceGuy: Everyone (even the more "flawed" ones), but Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, and Piglet stand out as being the most glaringly nice guys.most.

* PunctuatedForEmphasis: "DON'T! FEED! THE! BEAR!"
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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: PunctuatedForEmphasis / PunctuatedPounding: "DON'T! FEED! THE! BEAR!"BEAR!" * PunnyName: Kanga and her son Roo; guess what species they are.

** Whenever facing a problem, Pooh, being not to so bright, tends to lightly tap his head and repeat "Think, think, think" while rocking back and forth.
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** Whenever facing a problem, Pooh, being not to so bright, tends to lightly tap his head and repeat "Think, think, think" while rocking back and forth.

* TalkingToHimself: Hal Smith does double duty here, taking over the role of Pooh while also retaining his established role as Owl.
21st Dec '15 10:22:07 AM tropower
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They're not theatrical "shorts" exactly. Also, where Disney is concerned, "a long time" sounded cynical/pessimistic/fatalistic to me.
First released in 1977, it's essentially a CompilationMovie incorporating three theatrical shorts about A.A. Milne's [[Literature/WinnieThePooh title character]], each of which had previously been released individually:
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First released in 1977, it's essentially a CompilationMovie incorporating three theatrical shorts featurettes about A.A. Milne's [[Literature/WinnieThePooh title character]], each of which had previously been released individually:

For the newer 2011 feature (which as of now, is the last hand-drawn animated film Disney will do in a ''long'' time), see ''[[Disney/WinnieThePooh Winnie the Pooh]]''.
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For the newer 2011 feature (which as of now, this writing, is the last hand-drawn animated film Disney will do in might be doing for a ''long'' time), while), see ''[[Disney/WinnieThePooh Winnie the Pooh]]''.
9th Nov '15 10:07:13 PM darkknight109
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** In ''Honey Tree'', it's briefly mentioned that Pooh is (literally) living in the Hundred Acre Wood [[CharacterNameAlias under the name of "Sanders"]].

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** In ''Honey Tree'', it's briefly mentioned that Pooh is (literally) living in the Hundred Acre Wood [[CharacterNameAlias under the name of "Sanders"]]. Although unconfirmed, "Sanders" is generally believed to refer to Frank Sanders, a man who printed some of A.A. Milne's books and was a friend of E.H. Shepard (who illustrated the Pooh books).
3rd Nov '15 9:06:22 AM MarioandSmurfs
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* GrayRainOfDepression: A slightly different variation of this trope plays out during the scene with Tigger sadly walking away in the snow. Because this takes place in the wintertime, it begins lightly snowing instead of raining.
3rd Nov '15 8:56:57 AM MarioandSmurfs
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* NiceGuy: Christopher Robin and Winnie-the-Pooh stand out as being the most glaringly nice guys.
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* NiceGuy: Christopher Robin Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, and Winnie-the-Pooh Piglet stand out as being the most glaringly nice guys.
17th Oct '15 2:46:35 PM morenohijazo
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* StockBeehive: Believe it or not, it started as an aversion of this trope, as the only beehive seen there (cfr. ''Winnie the Pooh and the honey tree'') is inside a [[CaptainObvious tree]], which is in keeping with how real honeybees build their hives. Other incarnations of the franchise, such as ''Disney/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' and ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'', play it straight. While in the animated series beehives are as brown and egg-shaped as a large wasp nest, movies tend to shorten its length, put the entrance below and lighten its outer shell. Because of the sheer popularity of the franchise, it can be clearly considered the TropeCodifier.
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