The Magical World of Winnie the Pooh, Vol. 5: Friends Forever  Season #5 Episode #5

Synopsis: "Good-bye, Mr. Pooh" "Where, Oh Where Has My Piglet Gone?" "Fish Out of Water" "Pooh Skies"
Genre: Children
Year:
2004
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"GOOD BYE MR. POOH"

Hunny jars are only good for so many smackerels. Pooh is going to go to the tip with his old Hunny jars. Tigger thinks he's leaving the 100 Aker Wood and goes and tells everyone. Tigger decides to throw Pooh a surprise going away party. Pooh is indeed surprised. He didn't even know he was going away. Piglet gives him a jar of hunny, carrots from Rabbit, but he hides them, distracts pooh and gives him one of the hunny jars. Piglet is very upset, but pooh can hardly believe he's moving away. He doesn't want to disappoint his friends by staying. He leaves with a tribe of large and small Hunny Pots. He stays away for short while, then goes back, b finds Eeyore in his house. Pooh goes to Piglet's house and Piglet insists he stays with him. However, Pooh's hunny gobbling and snoring, talking in his sleep keeps Piglet awake, and he accidentally breaks Piglet's very small bed. When Pooh's finally asleep, Piglet tried to get some shut eye, Pooh waked up. Pooh tried to help out by doing some housework, but ends up causing chaos. Piglet tells him to be assertive. Pooh practices saying "This is my home and I want you to move out." Piglet thinks he wants him to move out, but Pooh says he was only practising. However he says he can't ask Eeyore to move. Eeyore thinks they've given him a going away party, and even though he says it's the nicest thing anyone has ever done for him, he leaves to find a new house. Pooh settles back in his home.

"WHERE, OH WHERE HAS MY PIGLET GONE?"

Pooh is looking and looking for... It's easier losing something than it is finding it. Pooh is looking for Rabbit's hammer, while Piglet is trying to tell Pooh he's trying to learn how to sing. Rabbit comes looking or his hammer and leaves in a huff when Pooh tells him he's almost found it. Piglet wants Pooh to hear him sing... However he misunderstands Pooh when Pooh tells him his losing things upsets the others very much. Piglet leaves upset and Pooh thinks he's misplaced Piglet, Pooh tried to trap the hammer with nails... Rabbit comes to Pooh, but he still hasn't found the hammer. Rabbit comes to Pooh, but Pooh's still looking for the hammer and Piglet. Rabbit tried to help him, but Pooh ends up losing himself. Piglet's leaving with a mobile shower to practice his singing. Rabbit enlists the help of Gopher while Pooh gets Tigger to help. Pooh thinks he's lost Rabbit too. Pooh leaves Tigger and Tigger thinks Pooh's lost him too. The logical thing is for Pooh to be lost too, so he'll find them. Rabbit, Tigger and Gopher are looking for Pooh... They find Pooh counting to one hundred... till night time. Rabbit and the others find Pooh, however Rabbit's losing his mind... They go to look while Pooh counts... forty one... seventeen... They hear Piglet singing and don't know who it is. The others find him. Pooh says he's sorry for having misplaced Piglet, but Piglet tells him that he came all the way out here to practice his singing... Pooh tells him that Piglet wasn't the bother, Pooh said he was for losing things. The others want to hear piglet sing... Pooh built make a stage... Piglet now going to stay found is going to sing... Rabbit says that Pooh must've found the hammer to hammer the stage... But he didn't so don't tell anyone... Crunch... Oh bother...

"FISH OUT OF WATER"

Eeyore sits atop his hill, wishing to be a cloud, whilst a large school of trout rush by. They scare Piglet too, and crash through Rabbit's drain and through Gopher's tinners, by dingy! Rabbit chases them out and Gopher decides to move in until the annual migration. Rabbit wants to clear the trout out of Gopher's tunnels to Gopher can go home and leave his house alone! They try to trap the trout, but trap themselves whilst the trout push up out of the tunnel. The gang decides to make it rain and put poor old Eeyore on a kite and tell him to pour water into the clouds because he knows more about clouds than anyone. The water lands on Rabbit's head. Eeyore finds that the clouds are more springy that he'd imagined, rather nice he says. Rabbit is frantic to get rid of Gopher. Poor Eeyore's caught in a thunderstorm and thinks the clouds are mad at him. The gang is worried about him. He wants to get down, but the balloon on his tail keeps him up. Pooh decides to get the cloud down. A very good idea, says Piglet. Eeyore lands on the kite, and falls down Gopher's tunnel and says he's okay for someone who just fell off a cloud. The tunnel fills with water and the trout finally start heading upstream. Rabbit goes insane when Gopher says it'll be fine until the Trout head back downstream!

* "POOH SKIES"

Christopher Robin and Pooh are cloud watching... There's a whale... and a hunny pot... Christopher Robin tells Pooh that the clouds from a cloud machine... There's a dragon carrying a hunny pot... Cloud watching has given Pooh an apatite and he tried to whack a bee hive to get some hunny, but he gets a blue eggshell... Tigger thinks he broke the sky... They go to warn everybody... Pooh tells them how it happened. Eeyore thinks with one piece gone, the rest of the sky may fall too. The gang get scared that the whole sky will fall down on their heads. Eeyore isn't surprised that the sky is falling, just surprised the it didn't happen yesterday. The gang start preparing, Eeyore's built a house, built to withstand everything, except butterflies. Piglet has made a balloon sun... Very small animals are afraid of the dark. Tigger has made muddy puddles... Pooh's gathering hunny, not nearly enough... He has a whole mound... Rabbit has put umbrellas up all over his garden. The gang decide to move in with Gopher, but he doesn't want house guests for the whole rest of time. He plant to fix the sky. Screwdriver... Ratchet... he's built a platform to the clouds to fix the sky. Pooh thinks he should help Gopher because he's responsibibble. He feels bad about the trouble he's caused both his friends and the clouds. Gopher's platform gives way, leaving hip and Pooh trapped in the clouds. The other think it may be the sky falling, but Tigger says it's up there where it's always been. They're worried about their friends up in the sky. Pooh calls Gopher as a whale cloud jumps. Gopher is tunnelling through the cloud. He says he found the trouble, that the sky sprung a leak. Pooh thinks they've found the cloud machine. The others are trying to reach their friends... Gopher finds his wrench, but he loosens it and thinks the whole place is going to be flooded with clouds, as the others try to bounce Tigger into the clouds. Pooh and Gopher swim along the river. Pooh sees Christopher Robin's Pirate ship sinking in the ocean of clouds. Pooh climbs a cloud tree, which timbers over in the cloud storm. The float on it and see the dragon, and it's getting very stormy. Gopher decides to drain the clouds off, as the other on the ground try to get the others back... Back to the ironing board... Gopher's dug the hole and diverts the cloud flood as they go back to the leak. The others think the sky's falling when Gopher plugs the leak and the sun comes out. Pooh is happy that Christopher Robin's cloud friends are safe as the cloud whale leaps out of the cloud ocean as the other clouds disappear... Pooh and Gopher seem to have run out of places to run... They fall down... The other think the sky is falling, bus discover it's Pooh and Gopher and get the net... and all land in the mud. Can't even tell the sky was busted. It looks very beautiful indeed. Rabbit calls a celebration. However an eggshell falls in Rabbit's hand... Pooh tells Chris about the sky that broke and shows him the pieces. Chris tells him that they're eggshells. The sky isn't going to fall - not since Pooh fixed it :)

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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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