"I gave a lecture once at USC...and this one smartalec in the back, he said "How much money did you make from 'Winnie the Pooh?'. I said, "There's a little girl in Texas that fell down a well. They'd...feverishly were digging a parallel well before she died. She said 'Mommy, would you please sing 'Winnie the Pooh' for me? Winnie the Pooh was in a great tightness and he got out, and I'm gonna get out.' So that made me the richest man in the world."
—Richard M. Sherman, Pursuing Happiness