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A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002)

watch a Walt Disney Television Animation written by Ted Henning and Karl Geurs which features Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too written by Mark Zaslove and Karl Geurs and Happy Pooh Year written by Brian Hohlfeld; you'll find the real gift of Christmas and all about New Year's resolutions
 
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INTRO LINES NARRATOR [Michael York]: Merry Christmas Eve, PoohMerry Christmas Eve, Pooh!
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, yes, it is. Isn't it? Oh!
NARRATOR: Well, it looks like you're all ready for Christmas.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, yes, as soon as my friends bring the decorations, we're having a tree trimming party and exchanging gifts. Oh!
NARRATOR: What's that, Pooh?
WINNIE THE POOH: Well, it's a present for my very special friend Piglet, of course. Won't he be surprised?

Pictures of characters with cast as voices

Winnie the Pooh
Winnie the Pooh
[Jim Cummings] "Merry Christmas to my very best friend... let all your holidays be bright and very merry, too!"
  Piglet
Piglet
[John Fiedler (speaking voice) and Jeff Bennett (singing voice)] "Perhaps we have too little wind for so much letter"
  Rabbit
Rabbit
[Ken Sansom] "why would I want to leave friends who are so loyal they would change just to please me"
  Tigger
Tigger
[Jim Cummings and Paul Winchell for Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too sequence] "Jingly bells on a New Year's Eve!"
Eeyore
Eeyore
[Peter Cullen] "I promise to be so cheerful, you won't even know it's me. Neither will I."
  Kanga
Kanga
[Kath Soucie] "Oh, how sweet... That's the special thing about the holidays"
  Christopher Robin
Christopher Robin
[William Green (speaking voice) and Jeff Bennett (singing voice)] "Let's all raise a cup to ring in the new year"
Roo
Roo
[Nikita Hopkins] "What a great story"
  Pooh as Santa Claus
Pooh as Santa Claus
"On, Donner! On, Blitzen! On, Armchair, and everyone else."
  Gopher
Gopher
[Michael Gough] "All I gotta say is old Saint Nick better appreciate this"
 

Full quotes part 1

PIGLET: Pooh Bear! WINNIE THE POOH: It's Piglet! NARRATOR: Quick! Hide his present. PIGLET: Pooh Bear! WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, dear. Oh, my. Oh, bother. PIGLET: No one seems to be home. RABBIT: Pooh? Are you in there? WINNIE THE POOH: No. TIGGER: Well, maybe we've got the wrong house. Okay, maybe not. WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, boy. GOPHER: For Pete's sake. What's all the commotion? RABBIT: Well, Pooh doesn't seem to be homePooh doesn't seem to be home. GOPHER: Well, that's silly. It's Christmas Eve, for crying out loud. WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, dear. Oh, boy. Perhaps? No. Oh, dear. Oh, my. Oh, bother. No. ROO: Pooh, open up! It's Christmas Eve! We've got presents! PIGLET: Pooh Bear! NARRATOR: Hide his present. WINNIE THE POOH: Well, well, well. Here's one I must have missed at lunch. RABBIT: What is going on here? PIGLET: I'm afraid I don't know. ROO: Why not just open the door and find out? RABBIT: Oh, no, we couldn't just... I mean, it wouldn't be... I... No, I don't think... Excellent idea, Roo. WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, my. RABBIT: Now why doesn't this surprise me? Okay, everyone, let's get busy. Gifts here and decorations there. GOPHER: I say we deck the hallsI say we deck the halls. KANGA: Oh, what a beautiful tree. PIGLET: It certainly is a tall tree. ROO: Wow! RABBIT: Now be careful, Roo. That's delicate. EEYORE: Well, better late than never. Merry Christmas Eve, everyoneMerry Christmas Eve, everyone. ALL: Merry Christmas Eve! WINNIE THE POOH: Merry Christmas Eve, indeed. TIGGER: Hello there, Pooh boy. I got the stuff for the tree. PIGLET: I brought a star for the top. WINNIE THE POOH: Mmm... Perfect. TIGGER: All this excitement is getting me excited. EEYORE: I'm feelin' it. ROO: Mama and I made honey cookies. WINNIE THE POOH: Did you say honey cookies? Oof! KANGA: Yes, to hang on the tree, Pooh. WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, may I have some? To hang on the tree, of course. RABBIT: Oh, yes. Now we must be careful not to tangle the garland, Eeyore. EEYORE: Wouldn't want that. TIGGER: Well, hello! It's a big ol' box of jingly bells! Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Now this is what I call the holiday spiritNow this is what I call the holiday spirit. Time to bounce! RABBIT: Tigger, the garland. Be careful! Tigger! ("Jingle Bells" song, written by James Pierpont; performed by Jeff Bennett, Peter Cullen, Jim Cummings, Michael Gough, Nikita Hopkins, Ken Sansom, and Kath Soucie) TIGGER: All this bouncing makes me feel... [singing] Like bouncin' through the snow ROO: In a one-horse open sleigh PIGLET: O'er the fields we go EEYORE: Laughin' all the way TIGGER: Bells on Tigger ring WINNIE THE POOH: Making spirits bright KANGA: Pooh. TIGGER: Oh, what fun to trim the tree with all my friends tonightwhat fun to trim the tree with all my friends tonight! ALL: Jingle bells, jingle bells! Jingle all the way! RABBIT: Spells bells. ALL: Oh, what fun it is to ride EEYORE: No improvisin', Rabbit. ALL: In a one-horse open sleigh, hey! Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way! Oh, what fun to trim the tree with all my friends tonight! ROO: Mama, is Santa Claus coming soon? KANGA: Why, of course he is, Roo dear. TIGGER: Well, abso-toodle-lutely. He did get our letter. PIGLET: That's right. Not like the Christmas he almost didn't. WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, my. I almost forgot that story. EEYORE: And I thought Santa was gonna forget us. ROO: What happened? RABBIT: Well, it all started one windy winter's night. It was just a few days before Christmas. And naturally, we were all quite festive. You should have seen the wonderful snowfall. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them

Trivia

Alan Alexander Milne (18.01.1882 - 31.01.1956)Alan Alexander Milne (18.01.1882 - 31.01.1956) famous for his two Pooh books about a boy named after his son, Christopher Robin Milne, and various characters inspired by his son's stuffed animals, most notably the bear named Winnie the Pooh. Christopher Robin Milne's stuffed bear, originally named "Edward", was renamed "Winnie-the-Pooh" after a Canadian black bear named Winnie after Winnipeg. "The pooh" comes from a swan called Pooh. The rest of Christopher Robin Milne's toys, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo and Tigger, were incorporated into A. A. Milne's stories, two more characters - Rabbit and Owl - were created by Milne's imagination. Christopher Robin Milne's own toysChristopher Robin Milne's own toys are now under glass in New York where 750,000 people visit them every year.




Production

Directed by Jamie Mitchell; produced by Gary Katona, Ed Wexler, Antran Manoogian; written by Karl Geurs, Ted Henning, Mark Zaslove, Brian Hohlfeld; narrated by Michael York; storyboards by Keith Baxter, Thom Enriquez, Holly Forsythe, Eddie Houchins, Enrique May, David Prince, Lenord Robinson, Hank Tucker; music by Mark Watters; film editing by Erik Peterson; art direction by Nicky Chen, Vincent Liu.

Other parts of movie
A Very Merry Pooh Year part 1
A Very Merry Pooh Year part 1
  2 ask Santa for a present
2 ask Santa for a present
  3 bring Christmas to everyone
3 bring Christmas to everyone
  4 letter to the North Pole
4 letter to the North Pole
 
5 our New Year's resolutions
5 our New Year's resolutions
  6 we could all change
6 we could all change
  7 whatever are you looking for
7 whatever are you looking for
  8 be more of who you are
8 be more of who you are


From Winnie the Pooh film series, also you can watch:
Watch The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
  Watch The Tigger Movie
The Tigger Movie
  Watch Winnie the Pooh Springtime with Roo (2004)
Winnie the Pooh Springtime with Roo
  Watch Pooh's Grand Adventure The Search for Christopher Robin
Pooh's Grand Adventure The Search for Christopher Robin
  Watch Piglet's Big Movie
Piglet's Big Movie