Pooh's Grand Adventure - The Search for Christopher Robin

Pooh's Grand Adventure - The Search for Christopher Robin

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Director: Karl Geurs, Wolfgang Reitherman

Cast: Karl Geurs, Wolfgang Reitherman, Jim Cummings, Sebastian Cabot

     
 
In this animated story for the family from Disney, Christopher Robin and his stuffed bear Winnie The Pooh are best friends and love to spend their days together. However, the time has come for Christopher to begin going to school. He doesn't have the hear to break the news to Pooh, so he leaves a note for him before leaving for the first day of classes. However, Pooh

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In this animated story for the family from Disney, Christopher Robin and his stuffed bear Winnie The Pooh are best friends and love to spend their days together. However, the time has come for Christopher to begin going to school. He doesn't have the hear to break the news to Pooh, so he leaves a note for him before leaving for the first day of classes. However, Pooh gets confused and is somehow convinced Christopher has been spirited away to Skull Island; he bands together Tigger, Piglet and Rabbit to stage a rescue mission as only they can.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
As this 1997 produced-for-video animated feature begins, Christopher Robin reassures his cherished friend, Winnie the Pooh, "You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." This affirmation will later rally Pooh and his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood as they embark on a search for Christopher, who, unbeknownst to them, is attending his first day of school. His note to his companions, misread due to a honey smudge, creates the impression that Christopher has been taken to Skull Island. And so the quest "into the great unknown" begins. Produced a full 30 years after the initial Pooh shorts brought A. A. Milne's beloved characters to the screen, this exquisitely animated film captures the charm of the books' illustrations. John Fiedler as Piglet, Paul Winchell as Tigger, and Jim Cummings -- who took over as Pooh after Sterling Holloway retired in the late '80s -- provide indelible voice work. But young ones should beware: The foreboding woods and ominous (offscreen) growls create a mood of dread and fear that overpowers the gentle tone and whimsy of Milne's stories. Heffalumps and Woozles seem tame when compared to the dangers and cliffhanging perils that are more suited to an Indiana Jones movie. Best to reassure your little ones, much like Christopher Robin did Pooh.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/11/2006
UPC:
0786936152524
Rating:
G
Source:
Walt Disney Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:16:00

Special Features

Imagine, laugh & learn; Game time-Pooh & Friends: Adventures in the 100 acre wood; Backstage Disney-Pooh's Symphony; Bonus Short-Winnie the Pood and the Blustery Day

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin
1. The Last Day of Golden Summer [2:29]
2. Forever and Ever [2:01]
3. "I'll Alaways Be With You" [3:11]
4. Pooh Finds a Honey Pot [3:03]
5. Piglet the Brave [2:22]
6. The Honey Pot Mystery [3:45]
7. Owl Reads [2:13]
8. Adventure Is a Wonderful Thing [4:57]
9. Into the Great Unknown [3:57]
10. Butterflies Away [4:52]
11. If It Says So [3:23]
12. "Get the Map!" [4:48]
13. Lost in the Mist [2:56]
14. Wherever You Are [4:57]
15. "Nothing to Be Afraid Of" [7:36]
16. Do It for Pooh [3:56]
17. "How Very Nice for Us" [1:55]
18. "It's Christopher Robin!" [2:55]
19. Pooh's Rescue [1:29]
20. Everything Is Right [2:19]
21. Always There [2:46]
22. End Credits [3:58]

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This movie was a great movie for our whole family on movie night. Our 4-year-old daughter loved this movie so much! She laughed so hard when Pooh was dipping into the pot of honey and fell over. The next morning she was sitting at the breakfast table giggling, and I asked her what was so funny and she said she was thinking about the movie. It definitely left a lasting memory in her mind. Some parts may be a tiny bit scary (references to Skullosaurus) for younger preschoolers, but overall a great family movie. We enjoyed watching her enjoy the movie!
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