The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Synopsis: Pooh, a bear of very little brain, and all his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood sing their way through adventures that encompass honey, bees, bouncing, balloons, Eeyore's birthday, floods, and Pooh sticks.
Production: Walt Disney Productions
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74 min

in another part of the forest...

where he could be near his friends

and help them with their problems.

On this summer day,

gloomy old Eeyore...

being stuffed with sawdust,

had lost his tail again.

- Eeyore, this won't hurt.

- Never does.

There now. Did I get your tail

back on properly, Eeyore?

No matter. Most likely

lose it again anyway.

It is my considered opinion...

that Eeyore's tail should be

placed a trifle to the, uh, right.

And now, if you were to ask me,

I think it's just a wee bit...


No, no. North, dear.

Cheer up, Eeyore. Don't be so gloomy.

Try swishing it.

- It worked. It worked.

- Oh, goody! Hooray!

Thanks. It's not much of a tail,

but I'm sort of attached to it.

- Good morning, Christopher Robin.

- Oh, good morning, Winnie the Pooh.

- Good morning, Pooh bear.

- Good morning, Pooh bear.

If it is a good morning,

which I doubt.

- What are you looking for, Pooh bear?

- I just said to myself, coming along

thinking and wondering...

if you had such a thing as, uh...

such a thing, Christopher,

uh, as a balloon, about you.

What do you want a balloon for?

- Honey.

- But you don't get honey

with a balloon.

- I do.

- How?

I shall fly like a bee,

up to the honey tree. See?

But just a minute.

You can't fool the bees that way.

You'll see.

Now, would you be so kind as to tow me

to a muddy place of which I know of.

So Christopher Robin towed Winnie

the Pooh to the very muddy place.

And Pooh rolled and rolled

until he was black all over.

There, now.

- Isn't this a clever disguise?

- What are you supposed to be?

I'm a little, black

rain cloud, of course.

Silly old bear.

Now, would you aim me

at the bees, please?

- Careful, Pooh. Hold on tight.

- Yes.

- Four...

- Yes.

- Three...

- Yes.

- Two...

- Yes.

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