Piglet's Big Movie

Synopsis: When the gang from the Hundred Acre Wood begin a honey harvest, young Piglet is excluded and told that he is too small to help. Feeling inferior, Piglet disappears and his pals Eeyore, Rabbit, Tigger, Roo, and Winnie the Pooh must use Piglet's scrapbook as a map to find him. In the process they discover that this very small animal has been a big hero in a lot of ways.
Director(s): Francis Glebas
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
75 min

Hello, there.



Tigger! Are you ready|for the hive yet?

All I am is ready.|Hoo hoo hoo hoo!

How do I look? Hoo hoo.

I mean, uh, does this log|make me look fat?

Ohh. Like the best honey tree|that a bee will ever see. Ha.

- Hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo!|- Oh, boy.

Whoo hoo hoo hoo hoo!

Rabbit, what are you doing?

Oh, can't you tell?

I'm lullabying the bees|for our big plan.

They seem to like Bee-thoven.

Eeyore, what are you doing?

I got to use my big voice...

to tell the bees|about the new hive.

Buzz, buzz. Great new hive.

Tigger, could you tell me|what you're doing?

I have to hold the fake hive|hive enough for the bees to see.

It's the biggest part|of the plan. Hoo.

That's what Tiggers do best.|Hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo.

You do seem bigger than usual.

Oh, hello, Piglet.

Pooh, what are you all doing?

Harvesting honey, of course.

It's all in the plan.

the bees with beautiful music.

into their new hive.

for the bees to see.

And then comes the best part.

from their old hive. Ha ha.

Can I help you|with your big plan?

Well, thank you, Piglet,|but, um, perhaps another time.

When we have|a bit smaller of a plan...

or when you're|a bit bigger of a Piglet.

I'm sorry, Piglet...

this is a very big plan.

Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! Buzz!

Buzz! Buzz! Buzz!

Places, everyone.

I've gotten their attention.

Oh! Aah!

Great new hive.

Free rent. Buzz, buzz.

Oh, do the bees know the plan?

Piglet, don't get|in the way of our big plan.

I'm getting kind of|itchy around my leaves.

Oh, d-d-dear!

- Oh, buzz.|- Oh!

Get the little guy.





OK, Rabbit.

We're geniuses.

Sticky geniuses.

Oh, my. Oh, my.

Oh, goodness.

Oh, the sweet taste of success.


Our plan worked perfectly.

Didn't think it would work...

but it did.

Congratulations to us all.

Hoo hoo hoo hoo!|Hooray for Pooh!

- And Rabbit.|- And Eeyore.

And Tigger, too.

But--but I was the...

Oh, Piglet...

I'm sorry that you couldn't be|part of our big plan.

Oh, but I thought I...

For a minute there, I thought|I was gonna break out in hives.

Oh, dear.

Even my shadow is small.

Oh, it'd sure be nice|if my friends needed me.

Piglet, could you help me|lullaby the bees?

Piglet, could you help me|call them to the hive?

Yeah, Piglet,|could you help me reach higher?

Piglet, we need your help.


Wonderfullest honey.

Oh, I thought Tiggers|hated honey.

Well, they do to eat,|but to stop the itching...

oh, there is|nothing betterer.

- Whoo hoo hoo hoo!|- Oh.

Did you hear something?

I'm afraid I've got|some honey in my ears.

What's that, Pooh?

I can't hear you|over all that buzzing.

Who's buzzing?


What say we break for lunch?

But what about our honey?

It's your honey or your life.


- Come on!|- Oh, boy.

- Whoo hoo hoo!|- Oh, bother!

Here they come! Aah!

Aah! Ooh! Ooh! Run!

Oh, joy.

- Thanks, donkey boy.|- Mm-hmm.

- Thanks, Eeyore.|- Anytime.

- Thank you, Eeyore.|- You're welcome.


make a beeline for Piglet's!

Oh! Oh! Faster!

Run faster! Faster!

I can't stand it!

They're going to get us!|Get the door! The door!

Ooh! Hurry!


Oh, they're gone.

Or maybe just pretenderin'.

You know,|bees are sneaky like that.

I was right.


You got stung out there?

No. I got stung right here...

where I can keep an eye on it.

Is everyone all right?

Uh, Tigger's here.|Eeyore's here.

Pooh is here. I'm here.

Hmm. Who am I forgetting?

I don't know, Rabbit.|Let's ask... Piglet!

Oh, bother.

Are you all right, Pooh?

I just landed on my, um... self.

Say, what do we have here?

Oh, please, Tigger. It's just|a drawing in a scrapbook.

But it reminds me...

I ever had.


the day little Piglet...

caught his first Heffalump.

That was no Heffalump.

with a jar on his head.

I forgot how much|I look like a Heffalump...

with a jar on my head.


He captured Rabbit, all right.

Oh, let me see! Heh.

That doesn't look|a thing like me.

Oh... what's next?

- What's that tiny pink dot?|-I believe it's Piglet.

Piglet? Where is Piglet?

We must've lost track of him|after we got chased by the bees.

Ohh, but he's so little.

He could be in big danger.

We have to find him|and make sure he's all right.

But how will we find him?|He could be anywhere.

Ohh... think, think, think.

You know, since this is a book|of Piglet's memories...

maybe it remembers|where Piglet is.

Oh, brilliant deduction there,|Pooh boy.

It's a regular Piglet map.|Hoo hoo!

That's the silliest thing|I've ever heard.

Let's start with page one.

Well, page one remembers|Owl's house. Heh heh heh.

Way to go, Pooh boy!

Why, I bet that little fella's|there right now.

Let's go find him!

Then off to Owl's house we go.

He has an answer|for everything.

Not to Owl's.

Oh, no.|We'll be there all day.

You can never|get a word in edgewise.

Good-bye, honey.

I may be small...

but in the biggest,|helpfullest way!


Where are you? Tigger?

Where are you?

Oh, no.

The bees!

Oh! Ohh!

What can I do?

Well, I did help you|get the haycorn...

and bring you across the river.

Maybe my friends need me.

I have to find them.

Owl, have you seen Piglet?

Piglet? Heh heh.|Of course I've seen Piglet--

many times.

He's about so high,|with little pink ears--

No, no, no. We mean now!

Have you seen him this morning?

Hmm. I can't imagine|that he's changed that much.


De do do do do do.

This is the part|where Owl goes on for a while.

As a matter of fact,|I just saw him go by.

He was just here?|Shh. Come on. Let's go.

...before he's missing.

of course...

which is...

- Ohh.|- As I was saying...

I have some great stories...

about my second cousin Rupert,|who stowed away on a...

Eeyore, come on!

As I was saying,|the great expedition--

what an expedition it was.

I told you|this was a silly idea.

But he was just at Owl's.

The scrappity book|does know where he's going!

Well, Owl's house|was on page one.

How about page two?

Which is a picture of...

Kanga's house.

Well, then, Kanga's house|is where we'll look for Piglet.

I think you must be right,|Rabbit.

Piglet has always liked|visiting Kanga's.

Not always.

There was one time I remember.

Oh, yes. When Kanga and Roo...

first moved|to the Hundred Acre Wood.

Remember, Rabbit?

Uh, n-no.|I, uh, I don't seem to recall.

Here,|this'll remind your rememberer.

- Hoo hoo!|- Ohh.

And you came up|with a big plan, Rabbit.

I told you-- I don't remember.

There it is.

if I remember correctly...

is really about Piglet.

Well, I just don't like it.

I don't like it at all.

until they're out.

Out of the Hundred Acre Wood.

- Rabbit...|- Shh!

Isn't it a bit early|to be spying?

anything like it.

Oh, it's actually moving in!

Ohh! Ohh!

Roo. Roo, dear?

Here I am, mama! Ha ha ha.

It's an invasion!

they're f-f-fierce?

Ha ha!

What does fierce look like?

That's what fierce looks like!

She swallowed him whole!

Ohh! Uhh!

Ohh, d-d-dear.

He'll be eaten for sure.

Ohh, are you all right?

Blaaah! Don't eat me!

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Brian Hohlfeld

Brian Hohlfeld (born March 30, 1957) is an American screenwriter best known for writing He Said, She Said and his work with the Winnie the Pooh franchise. Hohlfeld is responsible for numerous uncredited feature rewrites including work on The Mighty Ducks. Before moving to Los Angeles, California, he taught film appreciation at Webster University in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. He writes and produces the series My Friends Tigger & Pooh for which he received the 2008 Humanitas Prize for Children's Animation. more…

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