Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin

Synopsis: Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin are best friends who wish they could be together forever. However Christopher Robin needs to go to school. Christopher Robin has trouble telling Pooh that they will be separated, so he leaves him a note. Pooh, misunderstanding and believing that Christopher Robin has gone to Skull and needs his help launches a rescue mission with the help of Rabbit, Tigger, and Piglet.
Director(s): Karl Geurs
Production: Buena Vista Worldwide Home Entertainment
  5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
76 min

[narrator] Once upon the last day

of a golden summer,

there was a boy... and bear.

The boy, whom we shall meet in

a moment, was called Christopher Robin.

The bear was called Winnie the Pooh.

And together they had many

grand adventures in a remarkable place

called the Hundred Acre Wood.

But the grandest and most extraordinary

of all their adventures

was still to begin.

T oday, I believe, is a good day

for being Pooh.


And here, I should say,

is a good place for being Pooh.


Any reason that I think of

is a good one for being Pooh.



But the very best reason of all is...

[boy] Pooh Bear.

...being with my very best friend,

Christopher Robin.

You are just in time

for the best part of the day.

What part is that?

The part when you and me...

...become we.



there's something I have to tell you.

Is it something nice?

Not exactly.

Then it can wait.

It can? For how Iong?

For ever and ever.

# For ever and ever

# Is a very long time, Pooh

[chuckles] # Forever isn't long at all

# When I'm with you [laughs]

# I wanna call your name forever

# And you will always answer forever

# And both of us will be

Forever you and me

# For ever and ever

[creaking, pop]

# I wanna stay like this forever

[Pooh Iaughs]

# If only I could promise forever

[Iaughing echoes]

# Then we could just be we

# Forever you and me

[both] # For ever and ever

# For ever and ever

# Is a very long time, Pooh

[Pooh chuckles]

# Forever isn't long at all, Christopher

# When I'm with you

[Pooh chuckles]

# I wanna be with you forever

[echoes] # I want you right here

beside me forever

# One thing you should know

# No matter where I go

# We'll always be together

# For ever and ever #

[narrator] And so they stayed together,

doing all the things

a boy and a bear could do.

And when the day began to end,

Christopher Robin had quite forgotten

he still had something to tell Pooh.

[Christopher] Pooh Bear,

there's one thing we didn't do today.

[Pooh] And what thing might that be?

[Christopher] Uh... nothing.


Christopher Robin,

what exactly is "doing nothing"?

Well, I'm told it means

going along, Iistening to

all of the things you can't hear,

and not bothering.

It's when people say

"What are you two doing?"

And we say "Oh, nothing."

And we do it.

This is sort of a nothing thing

we're doing right now.

I wish it could Iast forever.

Well, then we must do it again tomorrow.

And the tomorrow after.

And the tomorrow following that.

Pooh Bear,... what if... some day...

there came a tomorrow

when we were apart?

As Iong as we're apart together

we shall certainly be fine.

[chuckles] Yes, yes, of course.

But if we weren't together?

If I were somewhere else?

[chuckles] But you really couldn't be,

as I would be quite Iost without you.

Who would I call...


...on those days

when I'm just not strong enough,

or brave enough?

Well, actually...

And who would I ask for advice

when I didn't know which way to turn?

Pooh, we...

We... We simply wouldn't be.


Oh, Pooh.

If ever there's a tomorrow

when we're not together,

there's something you must remember.

[yawns] And what might that be,

Christopher Robin?

You're braver than you believe,

and stronger than you seem,

and smarter than you think.

[chuckles] Oh, that's easy.

[clears throat]

We are braver than a bee,

and, uh, Ionger than a tree,

and taller than a goose.

Or was that a moose?

[both chuckle]

No, silly old bear.

You're braver than you believe,

and stronger than you seem...

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