History Franchise / WinnieThePooh

20th May '18 10:40:25 AM DouglasFir
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* SmellySkunk: Skunk hardly ever sprays and only when he's really scared, just like real skunks. But just being able to is important to him because that's what skunks do, and when he first appears, he actually angsts over it. Even ''he'' didn't know the real reason why skunks stink at first.



* SmellySkunk: Skunk hardly ever sprays and only when he's really scared, just like real skunks. But just being able to is important to him because that's what skunks do, and when he first appears, he actually angsts over it. Even ''he'' didn't know the real reason why skunks stink at first.
20th May '18 10:39:40 AM DouglasFir
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* KidDetective: The series is all about six-year-old Darby leading the Super Sleuths on their sleuthing adventures.



* SmellySkunk: Skunk hardly ever sprays and only when he's really scared, just like real skunks. But just being able to is important to him because that's what skunks do, and when he first appears, he actually angsts over it. Even ''he'' didn't know the real reason why skunks stink at first.




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* WholePlotReference: "Rabbit and Turtle's Re-Run" is one for ''Literature/TheTortoiseAndTheHare''. Apparently, the story was about their grandfathers and they re-enact it to find out how it really ended.
23rd Apr '18 6:09:32 PM FanGirl2292
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* WheretheHellIsSpringfield: It's never stated precisely where or even when the Hundred Acre Wood actually is.

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* WheretheHellIsSpringfield: WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: It's never stated precisely where or even when the Hundred Acre Wood actually is.
12th Apr '18 12:23:35 PM N8han11
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* [[WheretheHellIsSpringfield? Where the heck is the Hundred Acre Wood?]]: It's never stated precisely where or even when Pooh and friends are living.

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* [[WheretheHellIsSpringfield? Where the heck is the Hundred Acre Wood?]]: WheretheHellIsSpringfield: It's never stated precisely where or even when Pooh and friends are living.the Hundred Acre Wood actually is.
12th Apr '18 12:19:48 PM lalalei2001
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* ActionizedAdaptation: The novels are pretty laid-back, having odd moments of slapstick peril (eg. Pooh blundering to save Piglet in a flood) but otherwise being very genial. The feature-length films often have more dire climaxes where the cast are put in near death situations.
12th Apr '18 4:17:07 AM Mishmash
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* [[WheretheHellIsSpringfield? Where the heck is the Hundred Acre Wood?]]: It's never stated precisely where or even when Pooh and friends are living.
25th Mar '18 5:44:18 PM Doinkmeister
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Kenny Loggins gave the characters a ShoutOut in his songs "House at Pooh Corner" and "Return to Pooh 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 the characters for his FictionScience (really, Fiction Theology) books ''The Tao of Pooh'' (1982) and ''The Te of Piglet'' (1992); Roger E. Allen did the same for his Fiction Business Administration books ''Winnie the Pooh on Management'' (1994), ''Winnie the Pooh on Problem Solving'' (1995), and ''Winnie the Pooh on Success'' (1997).

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Kenny Loggins Music/KennyLoggins gave the characters a ShoutOut in his songs "House at Pooh Corner" and "Return to Pooh 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 the characters for his FictionScience (really, Fiction Theology) books ''The Tao of Pooh'' (1982) and ''The Te of Piglet'' (1992); Roger E. Allen did the same for his Fiction Business Administration books ''Winnie the Pooh on Management'' (1994), ''Winnie the Pooh on Problem Solving'' (1995), and ''Winnie the Pooh on Success'' (1997).
23rd Mar '18 8:28:11 PM LuigiKartDS
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** In the books, Tigger's fur is yellow and he has a realistic tiger nose. In Disney's films, he received orange fur and a round, pink nose. The Disney parks keep Tigger's orange fur, but instead give their Tigger costumes black noses.
7th Mar '18 12:31:24 AM SammyDragon92
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* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' (2002-, [=PS2=], GBA, PSP, [=PS3=]) -- The 100 Acre Wood acts as a MinigameZone in the first three games and a level in a {{TabletopGame/Monopoly}}esque minigame in ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep Birth by Sleep]]''.

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* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' (2002-, [=PS2=], GBA, PSP, [=PS3=]) [=PS3=], [=PS4=]) -- The 100 Acre Wood acts as a MinigameZone in the first three games and a level in a {{TabletopGame/Monopoly}}esque minigame in ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep Birth by Sleep]]''.
2nd Mar '18 4:46:37 PM snichols1973
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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 the Pooh'' -- a franchise based on the children's book ''Literature/WinnieThePooh'' written in 1926 by author Creator/AAMilne.
Creator/AAMilne and illustrated by E.H. Shepard.
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