!!The Original Books:
* CreatorBacklash: A.A. Milne grew to loathe his Winnie-the-Pooh books as it typecast him forever as a "writer of children's books", and he could never go back to writing adult fiction. He even tried to kill off Pooh at the end of the second book. (Of course, it didn't work.) E.H. Shepard, Pooh's illustrator, also suffered from this as it overshadowed his work in political cartoons. Similarly, Milne's son, Christopher Robin, grew to hate the works as well, since he was bullied constantly for being immortalized in them and he resented his parents monetising his childhood.
* {{Defictionalization}}: The game of Poohsticks now has its own world championships.
* Main/NamesTheSame: Another otter named Lottie appears in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing: Happy Home Designer''.
* ShoutOut: In ''LightNovel/AnotherNote'', Mello compares the way in which Rue eats jam to Winnie the Pooh eating honey...then immediately contrasts the two, saying that Pooh is adorable, and Rue is just gross and creepy.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** At one point Gopher of the Disney adaptations ''would'' have been "in the book", according to Disney, who claimed that the real Christopher Robin saw a gopher in the garden and asked for it to be included in his father's stories. Fantasy author and animation historian John Grant, however, points out that gophers do not exist in Britain, and so this story is almost certainly false. Christopher Robin Milne's autobiography, ''The Enchanted Places'', reveals that A. A. Milne had planned to include an American Gopher in his Pooh books, but his publisher nixed it (''Enchanted Places'' reprints a short poem from the lost Milne version of Gopher). In other words, Gopher at one point ''would'' have been in the book.
** In the introduction (or, according to Owl, the "Contradiction") to ''The House at Pooh Corner'', Milne himself mentions other adventures, "more grand than any I have told you about," which he can't tell because they came to him in dreams and he's forgotten them. He only remembers one small part of one of them, with Pooh meeting 107 cows sitting on a gate, and claims that this was probably the best story of them all.
* WriteWhoYouKnow: Christopher Robin is the author's son of the same name. All of the animal characters are based on actual stuffed animals he owned.

!!Tropes Related to the Disney Canon:
* BannedInChina: Believe it or not, yes. Sort of. [[http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/whining-over-winnie-chinese-censors-bothered-pooh-n783641 As of 2017,]] Chinese censors have been blocking numerous mentions of Winnie the Pooh on social media thanks to memes that compare Chinese President Xi Jinping to Pooh Bear.
* CreatorsFavorite: Alongside [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} Optimus Prime]] of course, Eeyore became Creator/PeterCullen's favorite voice role.
* CrossDressingVoices: Roo was voiced by Dori Whitaker in ''Winnie-the-Pooh and Tigger Too'' and by Kim Christianson in ''Welcome to Pooh Corner''.
** In some languages (such as Hungarian), Piglet is voiced by a woman.
* 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]].
* NonSingingVoice: John Fiedler near consistently voiced Piglet throughout his lifetime, though often another actor such as Jeff Bennett provided his singing voice. This was often hidden well since, prior to ''The Book of Pooh'', Piglet rarely sang numbers besides as a chorus.
** In projects where Brady Bluhm would voice Christopher Robin (''Film/PoohsGrandAdventure'', ''A Winnie The Pooh Thanksgiving'', and ''A Valentine For You'', his singing voice was done by Frankie J. Galasso. These three specific specials all share other examples: Tigger was voiced by Paul Winchell, but his singing voice was Jim Cummings (this was before Cummings would take on Tigger's speaking ''and'' singing full time), and Piglet was voiced by John Fiedler, but his singing voice was Steve Schatzberg.
* TheOtherDarrin: Creator/JimCummings and others were Other Darrins to the original voices way before 2011, but the 2011 film brings in Creator/CraigFerguson as Owl, Creator/TomKenny as Rabbit, [[Creator/PixarRegulars Bud Luckey]] as Eeyore and Creator/JohnCleese as the Narrator.
** Before Jim Cummings, Hal Smith took over as Pooh for "...and a Day for Eeyore" and "Welcome to Pooh Corner" after Sterling Holloway had passed on in addition to his usual role as Owl, with Will Ryan officially[[note]]Ray Erlenborn voiced him in the educational short "Winnie-the-Pooh Discovers the Seasons".[[/note]] taking over the voice of Rabbit from Junius Matthews.
** After John Fiedler's death, Travis Oates took over the role of Piglet.
** Due to often having child actors, Christopher Robin and Roo went through a long string of voices that rarely stayed for more than one or two projects. Nikita Hopkins is a rare case of an actor that became tied to Roo for a long period of the franchise, though Jimmy Bennett still filled in for him a couple of times between then.
** Less expectedly, Kanga rarely kept a consistent actor for very long either. Barbara Luddy voiced her in the original shorts and film. Following her death, Julie Mc Whirter voiced her in ''A Day For Eeyore'', then Patricia Harris in ''New Adventures''. Tress Mac Neille and Kath Soucie took turns with the role for a long duration afterwards, with Kristen Anderson-Lopez taking over for the 2011 film.
** In the 90s, they would often have substitute voice actors for smaller Pooh projects, such as CD-ROM and video games, commercials, and the new material for ''Sing A Song With Pooh Bear'' and ''Seasons Of Giving.'' For these, Gregg Berger (and for one CD-ROM, Brad Garrett) would often fill in as Eeyore, and Steve Schatzberg would fill in as Piglet (he also did Piglet's singing voice for quite a few projects during this time.
* PlayingAgainstType:
** Roger L Jackson, best known for villainous roles, plays the peaceful InteractiveNarrator in ''Book of Pooh''.
** An odd subversion happens in the Japanese dub: Tigger is voiced by Creator/TesshoGenda, a voice actor normally associated with voicing HotBlooded heroes like [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} Optimus Prime]], [[TheBigGuy big guys]] or outright vicious beings like [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Kurama]] or [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos in Japanese]]. Keep in mind he's one of the few voice actors from that version that voiced Tigger from day one in Japan, whe he was much younger and possibly he wasn't yet typecasted into a specific kind of role.
* TalkingToHimself:
** Jim Cummings is currently Tigger and Pooh.
** However, in France, Roger Carel was Pooh and Rabbit until he retired in the 2000s. He was also Piglet until the late 90s.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Piglet was intended to be AdaptedOut, with Gopher serving as a replacement. Since the change was not accepted well, ''Blustery Day'' onwards introduced Piglet as a main character.
** Paul Winchell was intended to reprise his role as Tigger in ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie'', however Disney decided his voice had become to worn from age so opted for his replacement Creator/JimCummings instead. Winchell's final performances as Tigger before his death of natural causes on June 24, 2005 [[note]] John Fiedler (Piglet) died of cancer the following day[[/note]] was in 1999 for ''Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You'' and the Pooh attraction at Walt Disney World. Following his retirement, Cummings permanently took over the role of Tigger starting with ''Sing a Song with Pooh Bear'' in 1999 (though some of Winchell's vocals from previous Pooh animations were included).

!!!''My Friends Tigger & Pooh'':
* TheOtherDarrin: Darby [[TakeUpMySword takes over]] from Christopher Robin as the main human character in the series. Christopher Robin is now an extra with little screen time.

!!!''Welcome to Pooh Corner'':
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: There has yet to be any official complete DVD release or digital release from Disney. The only home media that exists for the series are a handful of out-of-print VHS compilations from the 80s and an educational DVD licensed by Disney that contains only two episodes, "Pooh's Great School Bus Adventure" and "Too Smart for Strangers."
* 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[[note]]Though another actor regularly [[NonSingingVoice provided his singing voice]][[/note]].
* TalkingToHimself:
** Hal Smith voices both Pooh and Owl.
** Will Ryan voices both Tigger and Rabbit.