Winnie the Pooh - A Very Merry Pooh Year
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Winnie the Pooh - A Very Merry Pooh Year
Pooh Bear and his pals in the Hundred Acre Wood celebrate Christmas and New Year's Eve in a pair of adventures folded into this 65-minute made-for-video feature. In the first, the silly old bear plays Saint Nick to his buddies ("I always thought he'd be taller") after failing to get an errant wish list off to Santa, while identity crisis strikes the gang in the second half. Piglet inherits Tigger's hop and jumps like a pogo stick, and Eeyore (dressed in Pooh's shirt) becomes a happy-go-lucky honey lover. Welcome to The Twilight Zone according to Winnie the Pooh.… More

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"Beloved characters celebrate holidays, differences."
‑ Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media
"If your child (or children) likes Winnie the Pooh, they should enjoy this holiday feature, because it involves familiar holiday rituals with a gentle variation as only the Hundred Acre Wood gang could manage. But it's only for preschoolers."
‑ James Plath, Movie Metropolis
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