The Magical World of Winnie the Pooh, Vol. 6: Love & Friendship  Season #6 Episode #6

Synopsis: "A Very, Very Large Animal" "No Rabbit's a Fortress" "Stripes" "Tigger's Shoes"
Genre: Children


The setting is at a picnic, and Christopher Robin is showing Piglet an ant under a magnifying glass. The ants are making off with the food. A crow takes Piglet when he tried to save the cake. The crow drops it, and Piglet is sad that such a very small animal has made such a very large mess and gets depressed about his size. The Gang gets an idea and tinkers and makes Piglet stilts and he thinks he's very large. He goes walking amongst mini trees and things he's humungous. They help him to believe he's large. Piglet tries to frighten some crows off, but they attack him and demolish his stilts. Piglet is sad that he's too small and decides to leave the 100 Aker Wood, to the sadness of the gang. Piglet gives some ants a berry. The gang try to cheer up Pooh by making Eeyore into a Piglet. However Piglet's aren't so round. Piglet catches some ants falling from a tree, still feeling depressed as the gang try to shrink Eeyore and they decide to have a welcome home Piglet party. Still depressed, Piglet helps some ants escape a really big bug. The ants give him a cup cake to help him. Piglet tells them he helped them because they were very, very small. The gang is depressed because Piglet's not here, but Piglet shows up realising that it doesn't matter how small you are. It's the size of your heart. Hooray for Piglet... Whoo hoo hoo hoo!!


Gopher misses a turn off and hits bedrock... No time to lollygag - he's got work to do! Rabbit has made a KEEP OWT sign to keep the others out of his garden. Pooh comes with hunny pots, Piglet falls on a carrot, Tigger bounces in. Gopher declares Rabbit's garden's in his way... and Gopher dynamites Rabbit's garden... But it's not gone, it's just been tossed... Got any Tarzan Island dressing? Upset and angry, Rabbit declared himself a Rabbit unto himself. Rabbit has built a fortress around his house and garden, and surrounded it with booby traps, go away signs... that Tigger plans to un boobify. Rabbit laughs maniacally... Now no one can bother him and his garden. Tigger and the others leave, feeling unwanted. Rabbit is happy with the peace and quiet. He's frantic because he left him shovel outside, but he's frantic because he hasn't made him a door... He called the others back... and they think he's trying to trick them, but he lures Pooh back with hunny and Tigger back with saying he needs a good bouncing. They try to make a door for Rabbit. They try to bash a door in, vacuum him out, but they end up vacuuming up his garden. Gopher says he has tunnels to blast and Piglet has an idea of using Gopher's Dynamite. Gopher sets it up and says one keg'll do, however they each use one keg and blow Rabbit's fortress to kingdom come... creating a huge hole in the ground... Pooh finds a very nice rock, but no Rabbit... Tigger finds his favorite carrot... They think their Friend Rabbit friend is gone... However Rabbit has been blown up a tree. Gopher has an idea to chop the tree down, but it might fall on an innocent plant and Rabbit refuses to let them use Dynamite again. Pooh gets him out of the tree by making him wave and catches him... The gang create a new garden for Rabbit. Rabbit tells Gopher he's hidden the dynamite to it can't blow up innocent gardens again... But Pooh finds a pogostick and gives it to Rabbit... However it's Gopher's dynamite tick ... When poor old Rabbit pogos on it, he ends up blowing up his new garden... Why does everything always happen to him... Oh well, at least it rained carrots...


Rabbit decides to force Tigger to have a bath, being sick and tired of him being dirty all the time whence jumping in muddy puddles. However something strange happens - Tigger's stripes get washed off too - and the Gang wonder where Tigger has gotten to - because this newcomer surely can't be Tigger, because he has no stripes and Tiggers have stripes - they do you know. Maybe Tigger's a Rabbit? Rabbit teaches Tigger how to garden and tells Tigger to guard his tomatoes... But a sad hungry bug comes along and he lets him have a tomato... But soon Rabbit's prize winning tomatoes and beautiful garden gets munched and Tigger discovers he's not a Rabbit. Tigger wonders if he's a bear. He's going to get some hunny. Eeyore seems to be the only one who knows he's Tigger. Tigger can't see with his bee protection mask on and is attacked by bees and Tigger decides he doesn't want to be a bear. He's too big to be a Piglet and Piglet's dressing him up as a Christmas tree. Eeyore thinks he's a Tigger tree. Tigger wonders if he is indeed a Tigger... but Tiggers have striped and he's the only one. The gang paint stripes on him, but they wash off in the rain... He leaves sadly into the night. On the inside he feels the same... Eeyore comes to him tells him he's still Tigger on the inside. It's all in the stuffing... Well of course he's Tigger... He bounces in surprise and his stripes start appearing when he discovers his inner self and he has a lot of bouncing to catch up on, right into the muddy puddles! Who ho hoo ho hooo!


Tigger starts the day doing what he does best and what he must - bounce! Rabbit is planting cabbages and doesn't want Tigger to bounce him. He gives Tigger the challenge of bouncing Castle Ridge, an extremely high ridge. Tigger is upset that he can't even make it with his bestest bounce. He begs Rabbit to help him. Rabbit says he's related to the best bouncer in the world, Awesome Bunny of Upsy Dasia and agrees to 'help' Tigger. He gives Tigger the 'shoes' of the 'awesome bunny.' He gets Gopher to help him, however he quits when Rabbit puts metal and heavy thingies in them. Tigger tries to use them to Bounce. Rabbit says he just 'has to get used to them.' Rabbit is upset when no one thinks his joke is funny. Piglet misunderstands Tigger and thinks it's the 'awful bunny.' Tigger is sleep bouncing in his house and Rabbit tried to find the shoes. Piglet is scared when he thinks the awful bunny is in the woods and thinks he wants the shoes back, but Tigger doesn't want to give them back until he bounces to the top of the ridge. Piglet, Pooh and Rabbit camp at Tigger's house. Pooh has his pop gun to scare the awful bunny. That night Rabbit gets the shoes off Tigger's feet, but when he tried to get rid of them, Tigger sleep bounces him and bounces off into the night. Pooh and Piglet think the awful bunny took him. Rabbit throws the shoes down a hold - Gopher's hole. Gopher comes up with them and lets the cat out of the bag. They discover that Rabbit put thingies in the shoes. Tigger is happy because he thinks that Rabbit helped him build up his muscles. Tigger says he had heard about a cow who jumped over the moon. Rabbit faints. Nuff said?!

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Sam Rogers

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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