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  • WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO PRESENTS THE STORY OF:

  • LET'S BEGIN NOW.

  • LIKE MOST SMALL BOYS

  • CHRISTOPHER ROBIN HAS TOY ANIMALS TO PLAY WITH.

  • AND THEY ALL LIVE TOGETHER

  • IN A WONDERFUL WORLD OF MAKE BELIEVE.

  • BUT HIS BEST FRIEND IS A BEAR CALLED WINNIE THE POOH

  • OR POOH FOR SHORT.

  • WINNIE THE POOH LIVED IN AN ENCHANTED FOREST

  • UNDER THE NAME OF SANDERS.

  • WHICH MEANS HE HAD THE NAME OVER THE DOOR

  • AND HE LIVED UNDER IT.

  • WHEN POOH HEARD HIS POO-COO CLOCK.

  • ( cuckoo, cuckoo )

  • HE KNEW IT WAS TIME FOR SOMETHING.

  • HE WAS A BEAR OF VERY LITTLE BRAIN.

  • WHEN HE THOUGHT

  • HE THOUGHT IN THE MOST THOUGHTFUL WAY.

  • THINK. THINK. THINK.

  • OH, YES.

  • TIME FOR MY STOUTNESS EXERCISE.

  • Narrator: POOH STOOD IN FRONT OF HIS MIRROR

  • AND TRIED TO TOUCH HIS TOES.

  • UP.

  • DOWN, AND TOUCH THE GROUND.

  • Narrator: CONSIDER BEING THIN

  • THE EXERCISE MADE POOH HUNGRY.

  • POOH'S PENSION WAS USUALLY FULL OF HONEY.

  • ONLY THIS TIME, THERE WAS NO HONEY

  • JUST A BUZZING NOISE.

  • ( buzzing )

  • POOH SAID TO HIMSELF:

  • THE ONLY REASON FOR MAKING A BUZZING NOISE

  • IS BECAUSE YOU'RE A BEE.

  • AND THE ONLY REASON FOR BEING A BEE

  • IS TO MAKE HONEY.

  • AND THE ONLY REASON FOR MAKING HONEY

  • IS SO I CAN EAT IT.

  • Narrator: POOH FOLLOWED THE BEE TO A LARGE TREE.

  • NEAR THE TOP OF THE TREE

  • WAS A BEEHIVE FULL OF HONEY.

  • POOH BEGIN TO CLIMB THE TREE.

  • JUST AS POOH NEAR THE BEEHIVE

  • THE BRANCH HE WAS STANDING ON BROKE!

  • AND DOWN WENT POOH.

  • IT ALL COMES FROM HONEY I SUPPOSE.

  • Narrator: SAID POOH AS HE LANDED IN THE BUSH.

  • OH, BOTHER.

  • Narrator: POOH BRUSHED THE PRICKLES FROM HIS NOSE

  • AND DECIDED TO GO ASK CHRISTOPHER ROBIN FOR HELP.

  • POOH FOUND CHRISTOPHER ROBIN PUTTING EEYORE'S TAIL ON.

  • CHRISTOPHER ROBIN

  • I WAS WONDERING IF YOU HAVE SUCH A THING

  • AS A BALLOON ABOUT YOU.

  • SURE, POOH.

  • WHAT DO YOU WANT A BALLOON FOR?

  • Narrator: POOH WHISPERED: Pooh: HONEY.

  • YOU DON'T GET HONEY WITH A BALOON.

  • I DO.

  • I SHALL FLY LIKE A BEE

  • UP TO THE HONEY TREE.

  • POOH, YOU CAN'T FOOL THE BEES THAT WAY.

  • I CAN.

  • IF I ROLLED AROUND IN THE MUD

  • TILL I'M BLACK ALL OVER.

  • THERE.

  • ISN'T THAT A CLEVER DISGUISE?

  • WHAT ARE YOU SUPPOSED TO BE?

  • A LITTLE BLACK RAIN CLOUD.

  • Narrator: POOH WAS VERY EXCITED.

  • NOW, WOULD YOU AIM ME AT THE BEES, PLEASE?

  • Narrator: CHRISTOPHER LET GO OF POOH

  • AND THE BEAR FLOATED RIGHT UP TO THE BEEHIVE.

  • THE BEES WEREN'T HAPPY TO SEE HIM.

  • ( buzzing )

  • DANGLING BY THE BALLOON STRING

  • POOH CALLED DOWN.

  • CHRISTOPHER ROBIN.

  • I THINK THE BEES SUSPECT SOMETHING.

  • IT WOULD BE A DECEPTION

  • IF YOU WOULD OPEN YOUR UMBRELLA

  • AND SAY "TUT-TUT. IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN"

  • Narrator: CHRISTOPHER ROBIN PACED BACK AND FORTH

  • WITH AN UMBRELLA ON HIS HEAD

  • - SAYING: - TUT-TUT. IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN

  • POOH EVEN TRIED SINGING A CLOUD SONG.

  • THE BEES WEREN'T FLEW BY ANY OF THIS.

  • AND BURST POOH'S BALLOON.

  • POOH FELL FROM THE SKY.

  • Christopher: I'LL CATCH YOU POOH! Narrator: SHOUTED, CHRSTOPHER ROBIN.

  • AND HE DID.

  • OOF!

  • WHEN POOH PUT HIS MIND TO HONEY

  • HE STUCK WITH IT.

  • HE WENT INTO RABBIT'S HOUSE

  • AND INVITED HIMSELF TO LUNCH.

  • RABBIT KNEW THAT POOH WAS VERY HUNGRY

  • BUT HE STILL SAID POLIETELY:

  • WOULD YOU LIKE SOME HONEY, POOH?

  • Narrator: POOH DID.

  • HE ATE.

  • AND ATE. AND ATE.

  • UNTIL HE HAD EATEN EVERY LAST DROP

  • OF RABBIT'S HONEY.

  • POOH THANK RABBIT AND TURNED TO LEAVE.

  • BUT POOH'S TUMMY ONLY GOT HALF OF RABBIT'S DOOR.

  • OH, HELP! OH, BOTHER.

  • I'M STUCK.

  • OWL STOPPED BY TO SEE THE SIGHT.

  • IF ISN'T POOH BEAR.

  • IT SEEMS THE ENTRANCE TO RABBITS DOMICILE IS IMPASSABLE.

  • Narrator: WITH POOH BEING STUCK IN HIS FRONT DOOR.

  • RABBIT PANICED.

  • OH, DEAR!

  • THERE'S ONLY ONE THING TO DO.

  • I'LL GET CHIRSTOPHER ROBIN.

  • Narrator: RABBIT TOLD CHRISTOPHER ROBIN

  • AND HURRIED OFF WITH ALL OF POOH'S FRIENDS.

  • OWL TRIED TO CHEER WINNIE THE POOH UP.

  • YOU, SIR, ARE STUCK.

  • A WEDGED BEAR IN A GREAT TIGHTNESS.

  • IN A WORD YOU'RE REMOVABLE.

  • HE DIDN'T MAKE POOH CHEERFUL.

  • WHEN CHRISTOPHER ROBIN SAW POOR POOH

  • HE SHOOK HIS HEAD.

  • SILLY OLD BEAR.

  • GIVE ME YOUR ARM AND I'LL PULL YOU OUT.

  • - OOF! - Narrator: SHOUTED POOH.

  • IT'S NO USE.

  • I'M STUCK.

  • POOH, THERE'S ONLY ONE THING WE CAN DO

  • WAIT FOR YOU TO GET THIN.

  • ( groans )

  • Narrator: POOH DIDN'T LIKE THE IDEA ON GETTING THIN.

  • HOW LONG WILL THAT TAKE?

  • - Narrator: GLOOMY OLD EEYORE REPLIED... - DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS.

  • WHO KNEWS?

  • OH, BOTHER.

  • Narrator: THERE'S WINNIE THE POOH

  • STUCK UNTIL HE GETS THIN AGAIN.

  • ALL POOH'S FRIENDS SAT DOWN TO WAIT.

  • KANGA BOUGHT SOME FOOD

  • AND THEY ALL HAVE A PICNIC LUNCH.

  • EXCEPT, POOH, THAT IS.

  • NO FOOD FOR HIM

  • UNTIL HE CAME UNSTUCK.

  • WHEN NIGHT CAME

  • KANGA BROUGHT A WARM SCARF

  • TO PREVENT POOH FROM GETTING COLD.

  • ROO WENT TO SLEEP AND SO DID POOH.

  • WHILE KANGA SANG A LULLABY.

  • DAY AFTER DAY

  • NIGHT AFTER NIGHT

  • ALL OF POOH'S FRIENDS DID WHAT THEY CAN HELP.

  • THEN, ONE MORNING

  • WHEN RABBIT BEGINS TO THINK

  • HE MAY NEVER BE ABLE TO USE HIS FRONT DOOR AGAIN

  • IT HAPPENED!

  • HE BUGED!

  • HOORAY!

  • CHRISTOPHER ROBIN

  • HE BUGED, HE BAGED, HE BUGED

  • TODAY'S THE DAY!

  • Narrator: EVERYONE IN THE HUNDRED ACRE WOOD

  • CAME RUNNING TO HELP FREE POOH.

  • FROM INSIDE HIS HOUSE

  • RABBIT FRANTICLY PUSHED POOH BEAR ON HIS END OF POOH

  • WHILE OUTSIDE

  • EVEYONE ELSE PULLED ON THE OTHER END.

  • OWL WAS THERE TO SEE THAT THINGS WENT RIGHT.

  • EVERYONE SHOUTED...

  • HEAVE-HO! HEAVE-HO!

  • Narrator: AND TUGGED WITH ALL

  • THEY PULLED AND PUSHED

  • AND STRAINED AND TUGGED

  • UNTIL SUDDENLY

  • POOH POPED OUT OF THE DOORWAY

  • AND FLEW OVER HIS RESCUERS

  • AND UP TO THE HOLE IN THE HONEY TREE.

  • - STUCK AGAIN. - Narrator: OBSERVED EEYORE.

  • - ATLEAST IT'S NOT MY FRONT DOOR. - Narrator: SIGHED RABBIT HAPPILY.

  • - CHRISTOPHER ROBIN CALLED: - DON'T WORRY POOH.

  • WE'LL GET YOU OUT.

  • Narrator: POOH WAS QUITE CONTENT TO REMAIN STUCK

  • NO HURRY, TAKE YOUR TIME.

  • POOH LANDED RIGHT IN THE BEE'S HIVE.

  • WHICH WAS FULL OF DELICOUS HONEY.

  • MMM. YUM. YUM.

  • I LIKE BEING STUCK HERE.

  • CHRISTOPHER ROBIN SHOOKED HIS HEAD AND GRINNED:

  • Christopher Robin: SILLY OLD BEAR.

  • WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO PRESENTS THE STORY OF:

  • WINNIE THE POOH, OR POOH AS CALLED BY HIS FRIENDS

  • IS A BEAR WHO LIVES IN THE HUNDRED ACRE WOOD.

  • ONE VERY BLUSTERY DAY

  • POOH DECIDES TO GO TO HIS THINKING SPOT.

  • AS POOH SAT THERE TRYING HARD TO THINK OF SOMETHING

  • POPPED UP HIS FRIEND, GOPHER.

  • ( whistles: ) SAY, POOH.

  • IF I WERE YOU

  • I THINK ABOUT ( whistles ) SKID-OUTTA HERE.

  • IT'S WINDSDAY.

  • IT IS? - Narrator: SAID, POOH.

  • I THINK I SHALL WISH EVERYONE

  • A HAPPY WINDSDAY.

  • I'LL BEGIN WITH MY DEAR FRIEND, PIGLET.

  • Narrator: THE WIND WAS BLOWING VERY HARD

  • AS POOH NEAR PIGLET'S HOUSE.

  • HAPPY WINDSDAY, PIGLET.

  • I SEE YOU'RE SWEEPING LEAVES.

  • YES, P-P-P-POOH.

  • BUT IT'S HARD.

  • THERE'S A VERY UNFREINDLY WIND.

  • Narrator: JUST THEN

  • A BIG DUST OF WIND BLEW UP TO THE AIR.

  • WHOA!

  • POOH WAS SURPRISED.

  • WHERE ARE YOU GOING?

  • I D-D-D-ON'T K-K-K-NOW. - Narrator: SAID PIGLET FROM OVERHEAD.

  • HELP ME!

  • WHEN POOH GRABBED PIGLET'S SWEATER

  • IT BEGAN TO UNRAVEL.

  • THAT WAS PIGLET FLYING OVER BY THE COUNTRYSIDE LIKE A KITE

  • WITH POOH DRAGGING BEHIND

  • THE TWO WENT RIGHT THROUGH EEYORE'S HOUSE.

  • - ( crash ) - AND RABBIT'S CARROT PATCH.

  • THEN, WITH THE BLUSTIEST, GUSTIEST, GUST OF ALL

  • POOH AND PIGLET BLEW RIGHT UP TO OWL'S HOUSE

  • IN THE TALL TREE.

  • POOH, PIGLET

  • THIS IS A SPECIAL TREAT.

  • I SAW RARELY GET VISITORS UP THERE.

  • COME IN.

  • Narrator: OWL OPENED HIS WINDOW

  • AND IN BLEW POOH AND PIGLET.

  • THE WIND BLEW HARDER AND HARDER

  • UNTIL OWL'S TREE ALONG WITH HIS HOUSE

  • CRASHED TO THE GROUND.

  • EVERYONE FROM THE HUNDRED ACRE WOOD

  • CAME TO HELP OWL.

  • ONLY GLOOMY OLD EEYORE SEEM TO KNOW WHAT TO DO

  • IF YOU ASKED ME

  • I SAY WHEN OWL'S LOOKED LIKE THAT

  • IT'S TIME TO FIND ANOTHER ONE.

  • A THANKLESS JOB.

  • I'LL FIND A NEW ONE FOR HIM.

  • Narrator: AND OFF HE PLOTTED.

  • FINALLY, THE BLUSTERY DAY TURNED INTO A BLUSTERY NIGHT.

  • AND TO POOH

  • IT WAS AN UNCOMFORTABLE NIGHT

  • FULL OF UNCOMFORTABLE NOISES.

  • ONE OF THE NOISES WAS A SOUND THAT HE NEVER HEARD BEFORE.

  • ( growling )

  • POOH GOT UP AND WENT TO HIS DOOR AND INVESTIGATE.

  • HELLO OUT THERE.

  • I HOPE NOBODY ANSWERS.

  • Narrator: JUST THEN

  • A FUNNY LOOKING ANIMAL POUNCED INTO THE ROOM.

  • HI, I'M TIGGER.

  • T-I-DOUBLE "G"-ER

  • - YOU SCARED ME. - Narrator: SAID, POOH.

  • SURE I DID.

  • EVERYONE'S SCARED OF TIGGERS.

  • WHAT'S A TIGGER?

  • GLAD YOU BROGHT THAT UP.

  • Narrator: TIGGER BOUNCED AROUND THE ROOM

  • TO SHOW POOH WHAT A TIGGER WAS.

  • TIGGER STOPS BOUNCING.