The Magical World of Winnie the Pooh, Vol. 3: It's Playtime with Pooh  Season #3 Episode #3

Synopsis: "April Pooh" "The Good, the Bad, and the Tigger" "Bubble Trouble" "What's the Score, Pooh?"
Genre: Children
Year:
2003
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"APRIL POOH"

Pooh is in bed and dreaming of guess what? However when he wakes up his hunny pot is empty - his dream must've had a midnight snack without him. However he has no hunny in his cupboard... There's a pot of hunny on his table, but the 'hunny' is grey and very, very sticky... There's lots of pots of hunny outside ho house. "April Fool" calls Christopher Robin. Pooh wonders if this April Fool is someone to be afraid of or not... Piglet calls for help. Piglet has goggles and a floatee on and towels... He's terrified that his place is underwater, but his floor is not wet... However at Piglet's windows, gold fishes are seen swimming... Maybe the flood is hiding somewhere. Pooh finds out that it's a trick. Pooh tells him that this April Fool likes to play tricks and this is his day. They look for the April fool at Tiggers. However Tigger's got spots... His beautiful stripidies, nowhere to be seen, but Pooh notices it's a PJ suit... Rabbit goes into his garden and sees and enormous carrot and is pleased with himself, but it's a large balloon, and Rabbit floats up into the sky, when the carrot bursts and he demands to know what's goin on and wonder why no one's seen the April Fool. They're disguised as trees to find the invisibibble April Fool... and they scare Eeyore on the process. He thinks they've been turned into stumps, but they tell him they're pretending... They try to trap the Fool by setting Tigger traps around Eeyore's house with a pretend Eeyore. Someone's coming... He comes behind them, but it's only Christopher Robin. They've trapped themselves and accidentally trap him. They tell Chris that they're scared of the April Fool. Chris tells them that he was the one doing the April Fooling, though the tricks weren't meant to frighten. Honey for Pooh, gentle pets for Piglet, cuddly pajamas for Tigger and a balloon for Rabbit. But they played the best trick on Chris, so they're the April Fools!

* "THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE TIGGER"

Yipp-yi-oh bother! The gang and Christopher Robin are playing with his train set... but the thing had no rudder or propeller... Chris doesn't want them to touch the train until he gets back from lunch. But Piglet suggests a sleeping game. Piglet and Rabbit go off to sleep. Tigger says he's not touching the train, just the controls! Tigger puts more tracks down... but the train runs off. Piglet and Rabbit come back from sleeping and discover that Pooh and Tigger have taken the train. Train robbers... Dressed in bad guy like black threads, running away with the train... Gopher gets chased by the train, running through the mountain tracks... Rabbit runs off to find Sheriff Piglet. Tigger asks Pooh to feed the train's furnace until he figures out how to stop the train. Rabbit tells Piglet he has to catch the desperados. He makes Rabbit and Eeyore his deputies. The train runs through the cactus covered land and through the western town, of which Piglet demands they stop, as Sheriff of this fantasy. Piglet tried to board the train... and goes after it with his deputies. Tigger is still trying to stop the train. Pooh finally pulls a lever, the carriages get thrown free, but the engine is still one the loose chasing Piglet, Rabbit and Eeyore... And they collect Gopher along the way. Tigger tried to grab his lost hat, but gets caught on the hook, as they others get thrown free of the train, which ends up caput, and Eeyore's happy the others didn't fall on him. Piglet reluctantly decides to take Pooh in. Pooh doesn't know what he's supposed to have done. Gopher's the judge... with his swingin' gallows... But Pooh just loves to swing... Tigger comes in the night and tried to jail break Pooh Bear, to ride into the sunset and live the happily ever afterlife. Tigger confesses that he only borrowed the train... They put the train together... and thy only have to use half the parts... But the thing takes off... Piglet, Rabbit and Eeyore find them. Tigger tries to show them the train. It was right there. Outlaws honor. Tigger wants out of the cell... even though he's only been there five minutes - seemed like six. Eeyore is surprised that their lives look more depressing than his. Pooh wants to be the first to swing... Tigger says that Pooh is innocent. Rabbit wants to know what happened to the train, which smashes through Gopher's swing... and runs roughshod through the old west town... Terrorizing every time, especially Piglet. Tigger vows to bring back the train and Piglet and paints tracks on the ground. Trains can't resist followin' tracks, you know. It slips on the banana peel Tigger threw onto the track... Piglet thanks Tigger for saving the town even it if did take two weeks. Tigger's not a train napper. He's a train borrower. They decide to give to let him off with a warning. Chris comes back and lets them use the controls... But they all say they want to play the "Guess Who's Sleeping" game...

"BUBBLE TROUBLE"

It is a blustery day as some bubbles float through the forest... and blows Gopher's front door off... Thar she blows! Tigger and the others are playing with bubbles, however Rabbit is more concerned about his lecture "our friend the lima bean." Pooh says the bubbled are lovely, but don't stay lovely very long... and Tigger sets out to make bubbles... jalapeno's... glue, a dash of this, a dash of this, badda boom! Pooh gets trapped in it and it's unbreakabibble. Pooh bounced through the 100 Aker Wood as Gopher is looking for his hole. They drop Pooh off the cliff, but, he just bounces... They try firing at it with a sink unplugged... Well if it rains, Pooh will never need an umbrella. Pooh stays with Piglet, but that doesn't work out too well... Pooh goes to Tigger who bounces off him, but Pooh's bubble makes a mess there... And at Rabbits... Rabbit paints Pooh red, puts a green twig on the top of the bubble, to convince the other apples to grow big. It rains that evening, washing the red paint off. Gopher is looking for his hole. Pooh says he's got a hole in his pocket and it turns out to be Gopher's. Pooh puts it onto the balloon and Pooh falls out,, so both of them are happy, as Rabbit is talking about his delightful lima beans. Rabbit is cross with the interruption, so Gopher throws his hole, and Rabbit falls down it saying he has a whole new outlook on holes...

"WHAT'S THE SCORE, POOH?"

Another peaceful sunny Spring Day in the 100 Aker wood... Rumble... Rumble... The gang are playing ball... Collapsing Eeyore's crisscross house... Pooh had to decide the important stuff of the games. He has the ball, then sees the others coming and throws the ball - right onto Eeyore's new house... Pooh, the referee says he's on the ball's side. Gopher, the goalie is complaining that the game is taking too long and he has things to do... Time out, but not for smackereling, for a team meeting. Gopher is arguing that they should work, Rabbit is arguing that they play. They decide to help Gopher work while he helps them play. Pooh accidentally dislodges Gopher's pride and joy boulder, which chases them through the tunnels... Indiana Pooh?... It eventually crashed out of the tunnel, and created a shortcut for Gopher. Eeyore's made a new house, shaped like a house, all the modern conveniences... but Gopher's boulder makes short work of it... Not too sturdy. Gopher gets the ball, and they start to play, but the crashing boulder takes the ball. The gang are horrified, as it's against the rules... The game's not over until the game's finished and they can't finish the game without the ball. Gopher calculates that it will come to a stop round about... there... But not before it passes through Rabbit's Garden... Eeyore has built a grand house, large with a chimney, windows... even an E for Eeyore at the top and everything... Though the boulder rolls in... But the house doesn't fall down. Pooh declares that it's a goal and finds a stick fallen from his home and sticks it in... and it falls down... Pooh's very sorry, but it collapses to Eeyore's original stick home... Rabbit asks Pooh what the score was, but he can't count... So they have to play again to figure out today's score... and Boulder rolls off in the distance...

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The Jungle Book is a 1967 American animated musical comedy film produced by Walt Disney Productions. Based on Rudyard Kipling's book of the same name, it is the 19th Disney animated feature film. Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman, it was the last film to be produced by Walt Disney, who died during its production. The plot follows Mowgli, a feral child raised in the Indian jungle by wolves, as his friends Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear try to convince him to leave the jungle before the evil tiger Shere Khan arrives. The early versions of both the screenplay and the soundtrack followed Kipling's work more closely, with a dramatic, dark, and sinister tone which Disney did not want in his family film, leading to writer Bill Peet and composer Terry Gilkyson being replaced. The casting employed famous actors and musicians Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, George Sanders and Louis Prima, as well as Disney regulars such as Sterling Holloway, J. Pat O'Malley and Verna Felton, and the director's son, Bruce Reitherman, as Mowgli. The Jungle Book was released on October 18, 1967, to positive reception, with acclaim for its soundtrack, featuring five songs by the Sherman Brothers and one by Gilkyson, "The Bare Necessities". The film initially became Disney's second highest-grossing animated film in the United States and Canada,[3] and was also successful during its re-releases. The film was also successful throughout the world, becoming Germany's highest-grossing film by number of admissions.[4] Disney released a live-action adaptation in 1994 and an animated sequel, The Jungle Book 2, in 2003; a live-action remake directed by Jon Favreau was released in 2016. more…

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