Pooh's Heffalump Movie

Synopsis: A heffalump is heard trumpeting in the hundred acre woods. Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, and Piglet are scared and rush to Rabbit's house for advice. Roo joins them and they all agree that heffalumps are nearby after finding a huge footprint. They decide to set out on an expedition to catch the heffalump. Roo is not allowed to come along because he is too little.
Director(s): Frank Nissen
Production: Buena Vista
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.4
Metacritic:
64
Rotten Tomatoes:
79%
G
Year:
2005
68 min
$18,013,938
Website
214 Views

Deep in the

Hundred Acre Wood...

Where Christopher Robin plays...

You'll find

the enchanted neighborhood...

Of Christopher's

childhood days...

This is one of my

favorite once-upon-a-times...

...although I'm not quite sure

which time it was once upon.

But it had been so nice and summery

in the Hundred Acre Wood...

...and the sunshine

was as warm as a blanket.

And the streams

were gurgling happily.

As happily as a tumbly

full of honey...

...which is very happy.

But all that changed when...

...the stranger came.

Honey.

Honey.

Oh! Oh!

Oh, bother.

Oh, d-d-dear!

Oh, my!

It's got me!

Ah!

Huh?

Dear Roo. All excited

to go out already?

You're not

even dressed yet.

Mama, did you

hear that sound?

What sort of sound, dear?

I don't know.

It was sort of strange.

And kind of neat.

- Oh, the bother...

- Did it sound something like that?

No, Mama.

That's a Pooh Bear.

Good morning, Pooh.

What? Oh, well, uh,

good morning, Roo.

I wish it was.

A good morning, that is.

- Why? What happened?

- Many things.

- Many strange things.

- Oh, dear.

I'm sorry, Roo.

I must be going.

Where was I? Oh, bother.

- Oh, d-d-d-dear. Oh!

- Good morning, Piglet.

What happened?

Where's everybody going?

To Rabbit's house.

He'll know what to do.

I hope.

Whatever do you

suppose is going on?

I'm gonna go see.

Have fun, dear.

Come home when I call.

Yes, Mama.

Pooh! Piglet! Wait for me!

Hold tight, Piglet.

Pooh! Piglet! Tigger!

- It's a Hundred Acre "catastrophide"!

- Help!

Open up

in the name of us!

Quick, Rabbit! Help!

All right.

Uh, what?

- Thank goodness you're all right.

- It came at me!

- I heard this neat sound.

- Terrible.

- What's this all about?

- It chilled me to the bone.

- I was asleep.

- Something like...

...this.

- One at a time!

Thank you.

Now, what is going...

Me! Pick me! Me, me, me!

- Tigger?

- There I was...

...sleeping,

dreaming Tiggerish dreams.

And suddenly

everything starts shaking.

And there's stuff

falling everywhere.

And then it stops.

And I look around.

And there it wasn't, my most

"favoritest" family portrait.

It was clean gone.

Did it look something

like this, Tigger?

Yeah, it was...

Actually, it had

a little less Pooh in it.

I see.

And, uh, Pooh Bear,

what about you?

Well, whatever it was,

it ate my honey. Oh...

And... Aw!

Well, actually, I ate my honey.

- But it made me do it.

- Humph.

I was asleep in bed, and I heard

this neat trumpety sound, and...

Thank you, Roo. Very good.

Now, Piglet, tell us

what happened to you.

Actually, I-I-I'd like

very much to forget.

Well, what we have here

is a mystery...

- Wow!

- ...of the most mysterious kind.

Hey, everybody.

Look what I found.

It's a swimming pool.

The sky has finally fallen.

Always knew it would.

Oh, m-m-m-my!

It looks like a footprint.

That's "impossibibble. "

A footprint, indeed. Anyone

can see it's only a... A... A...

Rabbit, what sort of creature

do you suppose...

...would be attached

to a foot that...

...big?

There's only one thing

it could be.

A Heffalump.

Excuse me.

What's a Heffalump?

What's a Heffalump?

Everyone knows

what a Heffalump's like...

It's got fiery eyes

and a tail with a spike...

Claws on its paws

are sharp as a tack...

And wing-a-ma-things

coming out of its back...

- Out of its back?

- Of course, Roo. Precisely.

"Exact-tickally. "

Its bottom is up

and its top's really down...

So its nose is its tail

or the other way 'round...

Yeah, and it's wide as a river

and tall as a tree...

- Imagine gigantic

- And times it by three...

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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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