Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving

Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving


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This feature-length tale finds Pooh and all the characters in the Hundred Acre Wood preparing for the holidays. When a gust of wind changes Rabbit's calendar, everyone thinks that they've missed winter, and it's time for spring cleaning. But when it starts to snow, the gang realizes that Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and when Pooh and Piglet are in charge of the turkey, things go awry. The Christmas story is a touching reunion between Rabbit and Cassie, a little bird he helped years ago. Featuring the voice talents of Paul Winchell as Tigger and Jim Cummings as Pooh, this video is a great addition to the children's video library. ~ Heather M. Fierst

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Release Date: 11/09/1999
UPC: 0786936106084
Original Release: 1999
Rating: NR
Source: Walt Disney Video

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Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great and disappionting movie all at once. First-- this movie tries to flow like a feature film, a movie that starts with a beginning, follows a plot, and ends with a resolution of the plot at the end of the film. However, the film runs very episodic in nature. They basically have the characters telling each other stories that cut into mini clips/episodes. Some of these are classic episodes that have been out for a few years mixed with some newer episodes. Personally I feel that this is a cheater way to make a feature film. If you are going to make a plot film you shouldn't rely on interjected episodes. However my biggest complaint is that this style of storytelling mixes several different animation styles and color palettes so that the film seems "choppy." In the end, the movie itself isn't bad. It's got cute episodes, and I would recommend seeing it. Just be warned it might not be what you were expecting.