Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day  Season #3 Episode #5

Synopsis: Summary. On a very windy day, Winnie the Pooh is at his thoughtful spot where he goes and tries to think. His thinking is interrupted by Gopher who tells him that it's windsday excited, Winnie the Pooh goes around and wishes everyone a happy Windsday, starting with his very best friend, Piglet, a timid scared pig.
Genre: Children
Year:
1968
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WINNIE THE POOH AND THE BLUSTERY DAY

The winds are rustling up the 100 Aker Wood. Fortunately Pooh's Thotful Spot was in a rather sheltered spot. Gopher tells him to leave because it's Windsday. Pooh decides to wish everyone a happy Windsday. Piglet loves his house in the middle of a beech tree, been in the family a long time. Belonged to his grandfather, Trespassers Will. TW for short. The winds blow Piglet into Pooh. Pooh catches Piglet, but his scarf unravels. Eeyore's house unfortunately gets knocked down by Pooh, as Piglet flies through the wood, attached by a string. Rabbit is happy when Pooh and the flying Piglet stack his carrots as they fly by. Owl sees Piglet pasted on his window. Owl opens his door. Pooh and Piglet are blown into Owl's house. He reminisces of the winds of 67, or was it 68?... Poor Owl's tree gets blown down. Eeyore offers to find a new house for Owl, while Owl tells the gang about his Uncle Clive. The blustery day turned into a blustery night... Where strange growly noises are heard... Pooh peers curiously into the night and gets bounced by Tigger. T-i-double-ga-er. Tigger scares himself in the mirror. Tigger decides he doesn't like hunny and scares Pooh by telling Tigger that Heffalumps and Woozles steal Hunny and Pooh decides to guard his Hunny. The blustery night turned into a very rainy night. Pooh fell asleep and began to dream. Heffalumps and Woozles... Heffalumps and Woozles... steal hunny... Beware... Beware... They're far, they's near... Poor Pooh Bear wakes, his house flooded. Raining and thundering all over the 100 Aker Wood. Piglet's house flooded too. Frightened he sent a SOS in a bottle and started bailing. Pooh rescued his 10 hunny pots... So the 100 Aker Wood got floodier and floodier. The gang gathered at Christopher Robin's house, apart from Eeyore who was still looking for Owl's house and Piglet who still needed rescuing and Pooh who was still stuck in his hunny pot. Owl starts to tell anecdotes, however, Pooh and Piglet are approaching a w... w... waterfall... The two slip to the bottom. Pooh gets fished out and Piglet is in the hunny pot and Pooh is hailed as a hero by Christopher Robin and throws a party. Eeyore comes to them and tells them that he found a house for Owl, but he's found Piglet's house. Piglet is upset, but he doesn't want to tell them it's his house. Pooh says that Piglet can live with him and Pooh want the hero party to be for Piglet too.

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