History Franchise / WinnieThePooh

26th Apr '16 4:14:49 PM JMQwilleran
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* FantasticRacism: Overcoming this is the essential plot point of ''Pooh's Heffalump Movie'', in which Pooh and the gang learn that the heffalumps of Heffalump Forest ''aren't'' monsters that are out to eat all of their honey & destroy the Hundred Acre Wood and ''don't'' have fiery eyes, tails with spikes, or "wingamathings" on their backs. Well, that and the joy that Roo (who never bought into most of that) finds in discovering a best friend in Lumpy.
13th Apr '16 11:03:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* WhiteAndGreyMorality: For the most part the entire cast is rather harmless and friendly, the nearest to an actual antagonist usually being [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Rabbit]]. ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' breaks the mould slightly by [[ActionizedSequel adding more genuine villains]], even if they're of the [[HarmlessVillain bumbling kind]].

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* WhiteAndGreyMorality: For the most part the entire cast is rather harmless and friendly, the nearest to an actual antagonist usually being [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Rabbit]]. ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' breaks the mould slightly by [[ActionizedSequel adding more genuine villains]], even if they're of the [[HarmlessVillain bumbling kind]].
8th Feb '16 2:05:41 PM JMQwilleran
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* BindleStick: In "Scaredy Cat," when Tigger is asked by Owl to housesit, he brings his possessions to Owl's place using one of these.
5th Feb '16 4:47:45 PM JMQwilleran
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* MagicFeather: In "Bravehat," the titular NiceHat is one of these. When Piglet ends up discovering and wearing a stylish black hat, he ends up scaring off some bees that are bothering Pooh while flailing about because hat is covering his eyes. Pooh declares to be a "bravehat" and afterwards, Piglet commit some brave acts while wearing it, including sleeping without his nightlight. In the end, he goes into the Scary Woods to rescue Eeyore, only for the hat to snag on a branch just as he's entering without him noticing. When he returns with Eeyore, he at first faints about discovering he left the hat behind, but then everyone realizes it was really Piglet who was brave.
3rd Feb '16 8:05:07 PM JMQwilleran
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* InsistentTerminology: In "Rabbit's Happy Birthday Party," Pooh and Piglet get lost while trying to get to Rabbit's house. Pooh, however, assures Piglet that they're not lost. They just have no idea where they are.
-->'''Piglet''': (''sighs with relief'') At least we're not lost. ... But, uh, what will we do?
3rd Feb '16 5:09:47 PM JMQwilleran
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* WhoseOnFirst: In "Who Is Me?", Pooh receives a note that reads "Dear, Pooh. I miss you. Please come to lunch. Signed, Me." Since Pooh can't read, he ends up having Owl read the note. Owl reads it out loud verbatim, causing Pooh to think at first that it's ''Owl'' that invited him to lunch. After Owl finally gets through to Pooh that he didn't write the note, he spends the remainder of the story chasing the note through the pages of the ''Book of Pooh'', trying to find out who did write it and confusing them, particularly Rabbit. In the end, it turns out that Kessie the bluebird wrote the note and she's forced to admit that, yeah, it would have saved Pooh a lot of trouble if she had actually signed her name.

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* WhoseOnFirst: WhosOnFirst: In "Who Is Me?", Pooh receives a note that reads "Dear, Pooh. I miss you. Please come to lunch. Signed, Me." Since Pooh can't read, he ends up having Owl read the note. Owl reads it out loud verbatim, causing Pooh to think at first that it's ''Owl'' that invited him to lunch. After Owl finally gets through to Pooh that he didn't write the note, he spends the remainder of the story chasing the note through the pages of the ''Book of Pooh'', trying to find out who did write it and confusing them, particularly Rabbit. In the end, it turns out that Kessie the bluebird wrote the note and she's forced to admit that, yeah, it would have saved Pooh a lot of trouble if she had actually signed her name.
3rd Feb '16 5:09:30 PM JMQwilleran
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* WhoseOnFirst: In "Who Is Me?", Pooh receives a note that reads "Dear, Pooh. I miss you. Please come to lunch. Signed, Me." Since Pooh can't read, he ends up having Owl read the note. Owl reads it out loud verbatim, causing Pooh to think at first that it's ''Owl'' that invited him to lunch. After Owl finally gets through to Pooh that he didn't write the note, he spends the remainder of the story chasing the note through the pages of the ''Book of Pooh'', trying to find out who did write it and confusing them, particularly Rabbit. In the end, it turns out that Kessie the bluebird wrote the note and she's forced to admit that, yeah, it would have saved Pooh a lot of trouble if she had actually signed her name.
17th Jan '16 2:08:02 AM JMQwilleran
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* GladIThoughtOfIt: In ''Pooh's Heffalump Movie'', Roo proposes the "expotition" to capture a heffalump. Rabbit agrees that it's a great idea, takes credit for it, then bans Roo from going because it's too dangerous for little kid like him.
-->'''Rabbit''': Oh, yes, the first heffalump expedition in history. Splendid idea. Glad I thought of it.
3rd Jan '16 9:11:45 PM Berrenta
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* TheMerch: Throughout the years, Pooh has been placed on numerous features and had his face slapped nearly every possible form of toys and merchandise. That said the majority of it is at least considered better handled than Disney's [[{{Sequelitis}} usual attempts at rehashing a success]].
5th Dec '15 3:55:57 AM Packer
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* ''Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving'' (1999): A CompilationMovie consisting of a few episodes of ''The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh'' (see below) with linking material.
* ''Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year'' (2002): A ChristmasEpisode where Pooh and the gang try to make New Year's resolutions to change their behaviors in order to prevent Rabbit from leaving the woods. It was padded with the Christmas episode of ''New Adventures'' in the beginning.
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