Winnie the Pooh

Synopsis: During an ordinary day in Hundred Acre Wood, Winnie the Pooh sets out to find some honey. Misinterpreting a note from Christopher Robin, Owl convinces Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet, Pooh, Kanga, Roo, and Eeyore that their young friend has been captured by a creature named "Backsoon", and they set out to save him.
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
  2 wins & 25 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
63 min


[Winnie the Pooh theme song]

[male narrator] This could be

the room of any small boy.

But, in fact, it's not.

It is the room of one young boy

in particular named Christopher Robin.

Now, Christopher Robin

has a very active imagination,

not to mention the uncanny ability

to collect things.

Big things. Small things. Sticky things.

But his favourite things

are his stuffed animals.

Ah! There they are now.

A charming and eccentric

cast of characters.

And his best friend among them

is a bear named Winnie the Pooh.

Or Pooh for short.

Together they had many

unusual adventures,

that all happened right here

in the Hundred Acre Wood.

Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood

Where Christopher Robin plays

You'll find the enchanted


Of Christopher's childhood days

A donkey named Eeyore is his friend

And Kanga and little Roo

and Tigger, too

There's Rabbit and Piglet

and there's Owl

But most of all Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Tubby little cubby

all stuffed with fluff

He's Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Willy-nilly silly old bear

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Tubby little cubby

all stuffed with fluff

He's Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Willy-nilly silly old bear

[narrator] Chapter one,

in which Winnie the Pooh

has a very important thing to do.

As the sun rose over

the Hundred Acre Wood,

Pooh leapt out of bed and greeted

the day with much enthusiasm.

[snoring] Ooh...

- Honey.

- [narrator] Uh, Pooh?

[stammers] More honey, please.


I say, Pooh?

- [continues snoring]

- [clears throat] Pooh?

Oh, do wake up.

- Pooh!

- [Pooh] Oh!

Oh, bother. I was having

the most wonderful dream.

Yes, but it's time to wake up.

You have a very important thing

to do today.

- Like what?

- [chuckles] Well, if I told you that,

I'd ruin the rest of the story,

wouldn't I?

- [tummy rumbles]

- [giggles]

Of course.

What could be more important

than a little something to eat?

Or perhaps a little larger something.

Oh, not to worry, tummy.

I always know what to do.

A Pooh Bear takes care of his tummy

He fills it with things that are sweet

A Pooh Bear takes care of his tummy

- By never forgetting to eat

- [tummy rumbles in tune]

When it is growly and glummy

a search for the honey is on

The Pooh has a knack

for finding a snack

Unless all the honey is...


[tummy rumbling in tune]

A Pooh Bear takes care of his tummy

No need for the tummy to fret

A Pooh Bear takes care of his tummy

He knows what his tummy must get

Don't worry, my round little chummy

I'm hearing your ravenous plea

When there is no honey

the Pooh takes the tummy

Wherever the honey will be

My friends are out there

with honey to spare

And they will take care

of my tummy and me

- Bother.

- [Eeyore groans]

[gasps] I know that sigh.

Good morning, Eeyore.

Lovely day, isn't it?

Wish I could say yes, but I can't.

Oh my, Eeyore.

You wouldn't happen to have any honey

lying about, would you?

- You see, I seem to have run out.

- [tummy continues to rumble]

Oh, yes. Good idea, tummy.

Perhaps I should look in back.

Bother. No honey in here, either.


Eeyore, what has happened to your tail?

- What has happened to it?

- Well... isn't there.

That accounts for a good deal.

That explains everything.

No wonder.


Oh! There it is.

I'd recognize it anywhere.

The very tree where I was hatched.

I remember the day

Mother made these marks,

her giant meaty claw carving furrows

in the crumbly bark.

Chapter one, the birth of a genius.

Pardon me, Owl. What are you doing?

Hmm? Oh, hello, Pooh. Eeyore.

Why, I'm penning my personal memoirs.

[chuckling] Yes. Now, where was I?

Oh, yes, of course. With steely nerve...

Perhaps you could take a short break

from your important work

and help us find Eeyore's tail?

...and I rocketed towards Eeyore's tail!

Eeyore's tail?

What's wrong with Eeyore's tail?

Well, it isn't there.

Yes. So I see.

Won't you help us, Owl?

You have such a talent for speaking

and telling us what to do.

Oh, thank you, Pooh. Yes, I do, don't I?

I didn't think anyone noticed.

All right, take this.

Write this down carefully.

Now, the customary procedure

in such cases is as follows.

[Pooh, interrupting Owl] Excuse me, Owl,

but what does

"Crustimoney Proseedcake" mean?

For I am a bear of very little brain

and long words bother me.

It means "the thing to do."

Oh. Well, as long as it means that,

I don't mind.

- [sighs]

- [coughs]

All right. Yes, well,

the thing to do is as follows:

First, issue a reward to the...

- [Pooh] Gesundheit.

- I beg your pardon?

Well, you sneezed

just as you were going to tell me

what the first thing to do was.

I didn't sneeze.

No, you did, Owl.

No, I didn't. You can't sneeze

without knowing it.

Well, you can't know it without

something having been sneezed.

As I was saying,

- first, issue a reward.

- [Pooh whispers] He's doing it again.

You must be catching a cold.

I'll probably catch it, too.

No, no, no! I'm not catching a cold.

The word is "issue," not "achoo",

and "achoo" isn't even a word.

It's just a sort of sneezy sound

like achoo!

[Pooh] Perhaps you should lie down, Owl?

- Oh!

- My throat feels a little scratchy.

Open wide, please.


Just as I suspected.

Owl, we need honey.

Enough of this infernal folderol!

Look, the thing to do is,

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Stephen J. Anderson

Stephen John Anderson is an American voice actor, animator, film director and screenwriter. more…

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