Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree  Season #3 Episode #4

Synopsis: Winnie the Pooh, the honey loving silly old bear attempts to get honey from a bee tree, so after climbing the tree didn't work, he borrows Christopher Robin's balloon, dunks himself in mud and floats to the top of the honey tree incognito as a little black rain cloud.
Genre: Children
Year:
1966
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WINNIE THE POOH AND THE HONEY TREE

Welcome to Pooh Bear's first animated adventure in the Enchanted 100 Aker Wood. Pooh Bear's exercising before his breakfast. He's a hefty happy Pooh. Though he's out of hunny. Oh bother. Pooh climbed the Hunny tree, humming his rumblee tumblee song. But he falls down. Oh Bother. He thinks. Think, think, think. And he thinks of Christopher Robin. Eeyore, who's stuffed with sawdust, has lost his tail. Christopher Robin hammers it back on again, and Eeyore switched the tail, which he says isn't much of a tail, but he's kind of attached to it. Pooh asks Christopher Robin for a balloon to float to the Hunny Tree. But first he went to the muddy place and rolled and rolled in the mud. Now he's a lone black rain cloud. But the bees s-u-s-p-e-c-t something of this little black rain cloud. The bees get mad and push Pooh into the tree, the balloon gets untied and Pooh goes flying. Christopher Roooooooobin! He catches Pooh and they run from a battalion of ballistic bees. But Pooh's not the sort to give up easily. He goes to Rabbit's howse, but Rabbit is not too keen to have Pooh over for lunch. Of course Pooh wants Hunny and eats Rabbit out of house and hunny. But he's eaten so much, he's stuck! Rabbit runs off to get Christopher Robin. Owl and Gopher come by and try to work out how to free Pooh. Gopher tries to dig Pooh out, and figures out that it will take time and... dynamite! Chris and the others are determined to help Pooh. Rabbit decides he has to get used to Pooh Bear's bottom sticking out into his house. He tried a frame, a hunting trophy, but that tickled Pooh and he messed up the mouth... and then a dinner table setting... Kanga and Roo bring Pooh Bring Honeysuckle blossoms. Pooh sneezes and messes up Rabbit's table... Gopher brings some food, but Rabbit is horrified - he doesn't want Pooh to get any fatter. But the next day, Pooh budged. Hooray! Hooray! Hooray! The gang all pull him out. When he's free, Pooh goes flying - right into a hunny tree - he's stuck, but he tells them not to hurry.

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