History Franchise / WinnieThePooh

11th Mar '17 4:53:43 PM nombretomado
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A good example of AdaptationDisplacement as a result of [[Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh the cartoons based on it]] by Creator/WaltDisney, who produced three short featurettes in the 1960s that were bundled together in one theatrical release and started one of Disney's most lucrative merchandise-driven franchises. In fact, Disney estimates that merchandise based on the Pooh characters brings in as much revenue as merchandise featuring the characters MickeyMouse, MinnieMouse, DonaldDuck, {{Goofy}} and {{Pluto|The Pup}} '''''combined'''''. The 1990s saw a revival of several new movies based on that film (and ''not'', sadly, on the books). Disney does not own the characters outright, so they must still credit A.A. Milne's estate every time they use an image or clip, or produce a film based on Winnie-the-Pooh.

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A good example of AdaptationDisplacement as a result of [[Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh the cartoons based on it]] by Creator/WaltDisney, who produced three short featurettes in the 1960s that were bundled together in one theatrical release and started one of Disney's most lucrative merchandise-driven franchises. In fact, Disney estimates that merchandise based on the Pooh characters brings in as much revenue as merchandise featuring the characters MickeyMouse, MinnieMouse, DonaldDuck, WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse, WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse, WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, {{Goofy}} and {{Pluto|The Pup}} '''''combined'''''. The 1990s saw a revival of several new movies based on that film (and ''not'', sadly, on the books). Disney does not own the characters outright, so they must still credit A.A. Milne's estate every time they use an image or clip, or produce a film based on Winnie-the-Pooh.
28th Feb '17 7:51:30 PM JMQwilleran
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* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Lampshaded in ''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'' when Pooh sings, "And it seems that you can't wear / Just one shoe, you need a pair / Even if I wore them, which I don't, I couldn't."

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* BarefootCartoonAnimal: BarefootCartoonAnimal
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Lampshaded in ''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'' when Pooh sings, "And it seems that you can't wear / Just one shoe, you need a pair / Even if I wore them, which I don't, I couldn't.""
** Earlier in the same film, Rabbit chastises Piglet for sweeping when it's supposed to be dishwashing time. As he leaves, he says that he'll be back at Piglet's for "sock-sorting time."
-->'''Piglet''': But I don't wear socks!
18th Feb '17 4:18:59 PM N8han11
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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: Pooh is far more of a jerk as opposed to the goodhearted [[TheFool fool]] that he is everywhere else.
4th Feb '17 3:04:44 PM morenohijazo
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* TheAntiGrinch: In ''Winnie The Pooh and Christmas Too'', Pooh realizes that Christopher Robin's letter to Santa Claus never arrived, so he dresses up as Santa and gives presents to all his friends. Unfortunately, the hastily made presents fall apart, and the others decide to go after the fake Santa, not realizing it's Pooh.
3rd Jan '17 8:09:09 PM JMQwilleran
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* ReversePsychology: Kanga sometimes uses this as a parenting tactic with Roo. For example, in the book ''Oh, Bother! Someone's Messy!'', after getting tired of always having to tell Roo to clean his room, she tells him he can just leave it however he wants. Roo thinks it's fun at first, but soon begins to think otherwise when he can't find anything in his messy room, then pays a visit to Piglet's place, which is always kept perfectly tidy. After this, and some help from the gang to clean his room, Roo even promises Kanga that he'll be more diligent about helping her to clean the entire house.
27th Dec '16 7:25:09 AM Snicka
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Eeyore, of all things: the Disney donkey looks better than Shepard's version, and is only sad and gloomy, whereas the original could occasionally be a condescending Jerkass.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: AdaptationalHeroism: Eeyore, of all things: the Disney donkey looks better than Shepard's version, and is only sad and gloomy, whereas the original could occasionally be a condescending Jerkass.
10th Dec '16 8:37:26 PM JMQwilleran
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Kenny Loggins gave the characters a ShoutOut in his songs "House at Pooh Corner" and "Return to Pooh Corner", and Benjamin Hoff appropriated them for his FictionScience (really, Fiction Theology) books ''The Tao of Pooh'' (1982) and ''The Te of Piglet'' (1992).

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Kenny Loggins gave the characters a ShoutOut in his songs "House at Pooh Corner" and "Return to Pooh Corner", Corner" and would later perform two songs featured in ''Pooh'' films, "Your Heart Will Lead You Home" (''The Tigger Movie'') and "Underneath the Same Sky" (''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'', musical video version). Benjamin Hoff appropriated them the characters for his FictionScience (really, Fiction Theology) books ''The Tao of Pooh'' (1982) and ''The Te of Piglet'' (1992).
4th Dec '16 7:51:16 PM Xtifr
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'''''Winnie the Pooh''''' -- a franchise based on the children's book ''Literature/WinnieThePooh'' written in 1926 by author Creator/AAMilne.

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'''''Winnie ''Winnie the Pooh''''' Pooh'' -- a franchise based on the children's book ''Literature/WinnieThePooh'' written in 1926 by author Creator/AAMilne.
29th Nov '16 11:33:09 AM Hereward
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* {{ShoutOut}}: In the episode "It's Eeyore's Birthday" the gang present Eeyore with [[ParentalBonus red balloons]] of which Tigger claims there are 99.
12th Nov '16 8:09:19 PM JMQwilleran
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* PaperThinDisguise: The Super Sleuth outfits worn by Tigger and Pooh normally wouldn't be an example, as they aren't actually trying to hide their identities. Lumpy, however, refuses to accept them as being Tigger and Pooh when they're in their outfits, even when Darby tells him that it's just them. (See RunningGag below.) He presumably recognizes her because her only special Super Sleuth apparel is a cap with the question mark logo of the Sleuths on it.



* RunningGag: There's a small running gag that Lumpy is apparently unable to recognize Tigger and Pooh so long as they're wearing their Super Sleuth outfits. Even when Darby tells him they're just Tigger and Pooh, he insists he's pulling her leg.

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* RunningGag: There's a small running gag that Lumpy is apparently unable to recognize Tigger and Pooh so long as they're wearing their Super Sleuth outfits. Even when Darby tells him they're just Tigger and Pooh, he insists he's she's pulling her his leg.
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