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Winnie the Pooh (6-Apr-2011)

Directors: Stephen Anderson; Don Hall

Writers: Stephen Anderson; Clio Chiang; Don Dougherty; Don Hall; Kendelle Hoyer; Brian Kesinger; Nicole Mitchell; Jeremy Spears

Based on a book: Winnie the Pooh by A. A. Milne (juvenile literature)

Original Score by: Henry Jackman

Producers: Peter Del Vecho; Clark Spencer

Keywords: Juvenile

Feature-length adaptation of stories containing A. A. Milne's beloved bear and his universe follows Pooh and the gang as they endeavor to replace Eeyore's missing tale and save Christopher Robin.

Adapted from parts of three Pooh-related stories in A. A. Milne's books, Winnie the Pooh follows the lovable yellow honey connoisseur as his hunt for more of the sticky treat leads to a discovery that Eeyore has lost his tail. At Christopher Robin's urging, the Hundred Acre Wood gang hold a contest to replace their donkey friend's tail, soon followed up by a whimsical hunt for a monster by the name of "Backson" after Pooh misinterprets a note left by an occupied Christopher Robin the next day.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Cleese
27-Oct-1939   Monty Python
Jim Cummings
3-Nov-1952   Prolific voice actor
Craig Ferguson
Talk Show Host
17-May-1962   "It's a great day for America"
Tom Kenny
13-Jul-1962   Mr. Show, SpongeBob SquarePants


John Cleese   ...   Narrator (voice)
Jim Cummings   ...   Winnie the Pooh
Bud Luckey   ...   Eeyore (voice)
Craig Ferguson   ...   Owl (voice)
Jack Boulter   ...   Christopher Robin (voice)
Travis Oates   ...   Piglet (voice)
Kristen Anderson-Lopez   ...   Kanga (voice)
Wyatt Dean Hall   ...   Roo (voice)
Tom Kenny   ...   Rabbit (voice)
Jim Cummings   ...   Tigger (voice)
Huell Howser   ...   Backson (voice)


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