History Trivia / TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh

12th Jun '16 9:36:42 PM Chris116
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** The entire series, however, is available on YouTube, including the aforementioned episodes.
14th Apr '16 6:55:56 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: A mix of old and new Pooh regulars- Piglet, Owl and Tigger (most of the time) had their original voice actors. The current Pooh and usual modern voices for Eeyore (Creator/PeterCullen; yep, Optimus Prime himself (or, from a Disney standpoint, [[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers season 1 Monterey Jack]]) is a depressed donkey), Rabbit and Gopher started voicing their characters around this time. The voices for Kanga, Roo and Christopher Robin were pretty much just for this series. Heff Heffalump meanwhile, was Chuck [=McCann=], aka [[WesternAnimation/FantasticFour The Thing]] and [[WesternAnimation/IronMan Blizzard]].



** Reportedly, during times where Cummings couldn't show up, Hal Smith also provided some odd voice work for Pooh for the series (having previously voiced him in ''A Day For Eeyore'').

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** Reportedly, during times where Cummings couldn't show up, Hal Smith also provided some odd voice work for Pooh for the series (having previously voiced him in ''A Day For Eeyore'').
Eeyore'').
1st Nov '15 11:20:09 PM CJO123
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* LongRunner: Lasted longer in reruns than in first run, actually. It started on The Disney Channel on January 17, 1988 and ran until April 10, 1988. It then moved to ABC in first-run from September 9, 1988 until October 26, 1991 (during the 1989-90 season it was paired up with the newly-moved-networks ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears Gummi Bears]]'' as the ''Gummi Bears/Winnie-The-Pooh Hour''), then aired reruns until September 4, 1993. Reruns then started airing on ABC again on December 9, 1995, lasting through the entirety of the ''OneSaturdayMorning'' block (mostly to fulfill E/I requirements, however), continuing until that block's end on September 7, 2002. And of course there were the seemingly endless amounts of Pooh-related VHS tapes released during the 90s, reruns on the Creator/DisneyChannel from October 3, 1994 until September 1, 2006, and on Creator/ToonDisney from 1998 to 2008, to the point it probably made an observer think the show lasted ''way'' longer than it did.

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* LongRunner: Lasted longer in reruns than in first run, actually. It started on The Disney Channel on January 17, 1988 and ran until April 10, 1988. It then moved to ABC in first-run from September 9, 10, 1988 until October 26, 1991 (during the 1989-90 season it was paired up with the newly-moved-networks ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears Gummi Bears]]'' as the ''Gummi Bears/Winnie-The-Pooh Hour''), then aired reruns until September 4, 1993. Reruns then started airing on ABC again on December 9, 1995, lasting through the entirety of the ''OneSaturdayMorning'' block (mostly to fulfill E/I requirements, however), continuing until that block's end on September 7, 2002. And of course there were the seemingly endless amounts of Pooh-related VHS tapes released during the 90s, reruns on the Creator/DisneyChannel from October 3, 1994 until September 1, 2006, and on Creator/ToonDisney from 1998 to 2008, to the point it probably made an observer think the show lasted ''way'' longer than it did.
1st Nov '15 11:19:01 PM CJO123
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* LongRunner: Lasted longer in reruns than in first run, actually. It started on The Disney Channel on January 17, 1988 and ran until April. It then moved to ABC in first-run from September 1988 until October 1991 (during the 1989-90 season it was paired up with the newly-moved-networks ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears Gummi Bears]]'' as the ''Gummi Bears/Winnie-The-Pooh Hour''), then aired reruns until September 4, 1993. Reruns then started on ABC again on December 9, 1995, lasting through the entirety of the ''OneSaturdayMorning'' block (mostly to fill up the E/I quotient, however), continuing until that block's end on September 7, 2002. And of course there were the seemingly endless amounts of Pooh-related VHS tapes released during the 90s, reruns on the Creator/DisneyChannel from 1994 to 2006, and on Creator/ToonDisney from 1998 to 2008, to the point it probably made an observer think the show lasted ''way'' longer than it did.

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* LongRunner: Lasted longer in reruns than in first run, actually. It started on The Disney Channel on January 17, 1988 and ran until April. April 10, 1988. It then moved to ABC in first-run from September 9, 1988 until October 26, 1991 (during the 1989-90 season it was paired up with the newly-moved-networks ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears Gummi Bears]]'' as the ''Gummi Bears/Winnie-The-Pooh Hour''), then aired reruns until September 4, 1993. Reruns then started airing on ABC again on December 9, 1995, lasting through the entirety of the ''OneSaturdayMorning'' block (mostly to fill up the fulfill E/I quotient, requirements, however), continuing until that block's end on September 7, 2002. And of course there were the seemingly endless amounts of Pooh-related VHS tapes released during the 90s, reruns on the Creator/DisneyChannel from October 3, 1994 to until September 1, 2006, and on Creator/ToonDisney from 1998 to 2008, to the point it probably made an observer think the show lasted ''way'' longer than it did.
1st Nov '15 11:12:04 PM CJO123
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* LongRunner: Lasted longer in reruns than in first run, actually. It was on ABC in first-run from 1988-91 (during the 1989-90 season it was paired up with the newly-moved-networks ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears Gummi Bears]]'' as the ''Gummi Bears/Winnie-The-Pooh Hour''), then reran until September of 1993. Reruns then started on ABC again in December 1995, lasting through the entirety of the ''OneSaturdayMorning'' block (solely to fill up the E/I quotient, however), continuing until that block's end in September 2002. And of course there were the seemingly endless amounts of Pooh-related VHS tapes released during the 90s, reruns on the Creator/DisneyChannel from 1994 to 2006, and on Creator/ToonDisney from 1998 to 2008, to the point it probably made an observer think the show lasted ''way'' longer than it did.

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* LongRunner: Lasted longer in reruns than in first run, actually. It was started on The Disney Channel on January 17, 1988 and ran until April. It then moved to ABC in first-run from 1988-91 September 1988 until October 1991 (during the 1989-90 season it was paired up with the newly-moved-networks ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears Gummi Bears]]'' as the ''Gummi Bears/Winnie-The-Pooh Hour''), then reran aired reruns until September of 4, 1993. Reruns then started on ABC again in on December 9, 1995, lasting through the entirety of the ''OneSaturdayMorning'' block (solely (mostly to fill up the E/I quotient, however), continuing until that block's end in on September 7, 2002. And of course there were the seemingly endless amounts of Pooh-related VHS tapes released during the 90s, reruns on the Creator/DisneyChannel from 1994 to 2006, and on Creator/ToonDisney from 1998 to 2008, to the point it probably made an observer think the show lasted ''way'' longer than it did.
24th Oct '15 5:56:57 PM Psi001
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* TheOtherDarrin: By the time the third season began production, Creator/JimCummings, already voicing Pooh, replaced Paul Winchell as Tigger, reportedly due to Winchell's declining health[[note]]Winchell returned to voice Tigger in both ''Winnie the Pooh, and Christmas Too!'' and ''Pooh's Grand Adventure'', and continued voicing Tigger on occasions until his retirement in 1999 as his health worsened[[/note]].

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* TheOtherDarrin: By the time the third season began production, Creator/JimCummings, already voicing Pooh, replaced Paul Winchell as Tigger, reportedly due to Winchell's declining health[[note]]Winchell returned to voice Tigger in both ''Winnie the Pooh, and Christmas Too!'' and ''Pooh's Grand Adventure'', and continued voicing Tigger on occasions until his retirement in 1999 as his health worsened[[/note]]. Cummings also filled in for Winchell in odd episodes of the previous seasons starting with "King Of The Beasties".
17th Sep '15 1:07:12 PM Mario1995
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* TheOtherDarrin: By the time the third season began production, Creator/JimCummings, already voicing Pooh, replaced Paul Winchell as Tigger, reportedly due to Winchell's declining health[[note]]Winchell returned to voice Tigger in both ''WesternAnimation/WinnieThePoohAndChristmasToo'' and ''Pooh's Grand Adventure'', and continued voicing Tigger on occasions until his retirement in 1999 as his health worsened[[/note]].

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* TheOtherDarrin: By the time the third season began production, Creator/JimCummings, already voicing Pooh, replaced Paul Winchell as Tigger, reportedly due to Winchell's declining health[[note]]Winchell returned to voice Tigger in both ''WesternAnimation/WinnieThePoohAndChristmasToo'' ''Winnie the Pooh, and Christmas Too!'' and ''Pooh's Grand Adventure'', and continued voicing Tigger on occasions until his retirement in 1999 as his health worsened[[/note]].
17th Sep '15 1:05:38 PM Mario1995
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* TheOtherDarrin: Halfway through the show's run, Creator/JimCummings, already voicing Pooh, replaced Paul Winchell as Tigger as well. (Winchell was very much still alive at that point and returned to voice Tigger in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure''.) Allegedly Hal Smith also provided some odd voice work for Pooh for the series (having previous voiced him in ''A Day For Eeyore'').

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* TheOtherDarrin: Halfway through By the show's run, time the third season began production, Creator/JimCummings, already voicing Pooh, replaced Paul Winchell as Tigger as well. (Winchell was very much still alive at that point and Tigger, reportedly due to Winchell's declining health[[note]]Winchell returned to voice Tigger in both ''WesternAnimation/WinnieThePoohAndChristmasToo'' and ''Pooh's Grand Adventure''.) Allegedly Adventure'', and continued voicing Tigger on occasions until his retirement in 1999 as his health worsened[[/note]].
** Cummings, meanwhile, inherited the role of Pooh from Sterling Holloway (who voiced Pooh in the original featurettes), who declined to reprise his role for retirement and health reasons ([[AuthorExistenceFailure he died just a year after]] ''New Adventures'' was canceled).
** Reportedly, during times where Cummings couldn't show up,
Hal Smith also provided some odd voice work for Pooh for the series (having previous previously voiced him in ''A Day For Eeyore'').Eeyore'').
7th Jul '15 11:59:07 AM YaBigDope
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** Two episodes, "Pooh Oughta Be in Pictures" and "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible", are only available on long-out-of-print Region 2 videotapes, and another two, "To Bee or Not to Bee" and "Sorry, Wrong Slusher", are unavailable on home video in any format.
24th Apr '15 8:04:07 PM Psi001
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* TheOtherDarrin: Halfway through the show's run, Creator/JimCummings, already voicing Pooh, replaced Paul Winchell as Tigger as well. (Winchell was very much still alive at that point and returned to voice Tigger in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure''.)

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* TheOtherDarrin: Halfway through the show's run, Creator/JimCummings, already voicing Pooh, replaced Paul Winchell as Tigger as well. (Winchell was very much still alive at that point and returned to voice Tigger in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure''.)) Allegedly Hal Smith also provided some odd voice work for Pooh for the series (having previous voiced him in ''A Day For Eeyore'').
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