History Trivia / WinnieThePooh

19th Jan '17 12:41:27 AM MisterCPC
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* TheOtherDarrin: Phil Baron provides the voice of Piglet rather than John Fiedler. In fact, this is notable for being the only Disney-releated Pooh media where Fiedler was not the voice of Piglet during his lifetime.
3rd Dec '16 10:49:43 PM jameygamer
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* AcclaimedFlop: As with [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Disney's previous 2D film]], it made a profit and got rave-reviews[[note]]On Rotten Tomatoes, it sits at an impressive 90%; the only "Disney Revival" films that scored equal or higher being ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' and ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''[[/note]], but it's release during a very busy summer movie season hurt it's financial success.

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* AcclaimedFlop: As with [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Disney's previous 2D film]], it made a profit and got rave-reviews[[note]]On Rotten Tomatoes, it sits at an impressive 90%; the only "Disney Revival" films that scored equal or higher being ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' and ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''[[/note]], ''Disney/{{Moana}}''[[/note]], but it's release during a very busy summer movie season hurt it's its financial success.



* CreatorsFavorite: Alongside [[TheTransformers Optimus Prime]] of course, Eeyore became {{Peter Cullen}}'s favourite voice role.

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* CreatorsFavorite: Alongside [[TheTransformers Optimus Prime]] of course, Eeyore became {{Peter Cullen}}'s favourite favorite voice role.



* GenreKiller: While a modest success, breaking even on a $30 million budget, it was nowhere the runaway success that their recent CGI features had been and, along with the somewhat more succesful ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', saw Disney's attempts to alternate between 2D and 3D with each feature flounder. Glen Keane, one of the studio's star animators, left shortly thereafter, closing off the studio's pipeline possibly for good. John Lasseter, once a fierce advocate for keeping 2D alive in the age of CGI, has since announced that the "every other movie is 2D" plan has been dropped and that, as of this writing, there are no more 2D features planned. [[HopeSpot For now]].

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* GenreKiller: While a modest success, breaking even on a $30 million budget, it was nowhere the runaway success that their recent CGI features had been and, along with the somewhat more succesful successful ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', saw Disney's attempts to alternate between 2D and 3D with each feature flounder. Glen Keane, one of the studio's star animators, left shortly thereafter, closing off the studio's pipeline possibly for good. John Lasseter, once a fierce advocate for keeping 2D alive in the age of CGI, has since announced that the "every other movie is 2D" plan has been dropped and that, as of this writing, there are no more 2D features planned. [[HopeSpot For now]].
7th Nov '16 6:28:06 PM NWolfman
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* FanNickname: Because it features Creator/JimCummings and Creator/TomKenny in two leading rolls, the 2011 movie has sometimes been nicknamed ''A "WesternAnimation/CatDog" Reunion.''
12th Sep '16 10:24:12 AM Chris116
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* CreatorBacklash: Of a more sad and bittersweet note, Creator/PeterCullen was dismayed that he would not be voicing Eeyore in the 2011 film, and acted out a sad, but awesome meeting between [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} Optimus Prime]] and Eeyore. Ken Sansom also reportedly was dismayed since he had not been asked back for the 2011 film, claiming he was still under contract.
28th Jul '16 10:43:26 PM rjd1922
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* DuelingMovies: The 2011 movie came the same weekend as ''Film/HarryPotter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2''. The decision to set a film like this against the GrandFinale of one of the most beloved fantasy movie series of all time has Disney fans everywhere banging their heads. This decision is truly a head-scratcher, but there's a good chance fans of both would watch one and then follow it up with the other, assuming they're not planning to see ''Potter'' at midnight. (Preferred order most likely ''Deathly Hallows'', then ''Winnie the Pooh''.) It may also be a smart decision for Disney regarding families that have older and younger kids. Have one parent take the older kid to see ''Potter'' and then the other parent goes with the preschooler to see ''Pooh''. Of course, that begs the question of what to do with the younger kid once ''Pooh'' is over, since there's no such thing as a two and a half hour ''Pooh'' film.

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* DuelingMovies: The 2011 movie came the same weekend as ''Film/HarryPotter and the Deathly Hallows: ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows: Part 2''. The decision to set a film like this against the GrandFinale of one of the most beloved fantasy movie series of all time has Disney fans everywhere banging their heads. This decision is truly a head-scratcher, but there's a good chance fans of both would watch one and then follow it up with the other, assuming they're not planning to see ''Potter'' at midnight. (Preferred order most likely ''Deathly Hallows'', then ''Winnie the Pooh''.) It may also be a smart decision for Disney regarding families that have older and younger kids. Have one parent take the older kid to see ''Potter'' and then the other parent goes with the preschooler to see ''Pooh''. Of course, that begs the question of what to do with the younger kid once ''Pooh'' is over, since there's no such thing as a two and a half hour ''Pooh'' film.
25th Jul '16 2:14:30 PM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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* GenreKiller: While a modest success, breaking even on a $30 million budget, it was nowhere the runaway success that their recent CGI features had been and, along with ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', saw Disney's attempts to alternate between 2D and 3D with each feature flounder. Glen Keane, one of the studio's star animators, left shortly thereafter, closing off the studio's pipeline for good. John Lasseter, once a fierce advocate for keeping 2D alive in the age of CGI, has since announced that the "every other movie is 2D" plan has been dropped and that, as of this writing, there are no more 2D features planned. [[HopeSpot For now]].

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* GenreKiller: While a modest success, breaking even on a $30 million budget, it was nowhere the runaway success that their recent CGI features had been and, along with the somewhat more succesful ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', saw Disney's attempts to alternate between 2D and 3D with each feature flounder. Glen Keane, one of the studio's star animators, left shortly thereafter, closing off the studio's pipeline possibly for good. John Lasseter, once a fierce advocate for keeping 2D alive in the age of CGI, has since announced that the "every other movie is 2D" plan has been dropped and that, as of this writing, there are no more 2D features planned. [[HopeSpot For now]].
12th Jun '16 7:10:57 PM NWolfman
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* AcclaimedFlop: While the "flop" part is downplayed as it did at least make a little over its budget back it didn't make anywhere near what Disney's other animated films were making at the time, no thanks in part to being released during the incredibly busy month of July 2011. However, critically the film was widely praised, with Rotten Tomatoes scoring it at an impressive 90%; the only "Disney Revival" films that scored equal or higher being ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' and ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''.

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* AcclaimedFlop: While the "flop" part is downplayed as it did at least make a little over its budget back it didn't make anywhere near what As with [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Disney's other animated films were making at the time, no thanks in part to being released during the incredibly busy month of July 2011. However, critically the film was widely praised, with previous 2D film]], it made a profit and got rave-reviews[[note]]On Rotten Tomatoes scoring Tomatoes, it sits at an impressive 90%; the only "Disney Revival" films that scored equal or higher being ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' and ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''.''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''[[/note]], but it's release during a very busy summer movie season hurt it's financial success.
30th Apr '16 9:08:48 PM MsChibi
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* ShoutOut: In ''LightNovel/AnotherNote'', Mello compares the way in which Rue eats jam to Winnie the Pooh...then immediately contrasts the two, saying that Pooh is adorable, and Rue is just gross and creepy.

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* ShoutOut: In ''LightNovel/AnotherNote'', Mello compares the way in which Rue eats jam to Winnie the Pooh...Pooh eating honey...then immediately contrasts the two, saying that Pooh is adorable, and Rue is just gross and creepy.
30th Apr '16 9:08:15 PM MsChibi
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* ShoutOut: In ''LightNovel/AnotherNote'', Mello compares the way in which Rue eats jam to Winnie the Pooh...then immediately contrasts the two, saying that Pooh is adorable, and Rue is just gross and creepy.
2nd Apr '16 3:27:01 AM MisterCPC
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* AcclaimedFlop: While the "flop" part is downplayed as it did at least make a little over its budget back it didn't make anywhere near what Disney's other animated films were making at the time, no thanks in part to being released during the incredibly busy month of July 2011. However, critically the film was widely praised, with Rotten Tomatoes scoring it at an impressive 90%; the only "Disney Revival" films that scored equal or higher being ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' and ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''.
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