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Movie transcript with snapshot pictures part 4
KANGA: Now, you know what's next.
PIGLET: I'm afraid to find out.
KANGA: There's always two things you get after your bath. A cookie. Mwah. And a kiss... Piglet.
it's a very subtle distinction.
But you see, a jellyfish sounds more like a... Blblblblbl! Hi, I'm a jellyfish! Kinda like that.
PIGLET: Tigger, Tigger! Pooh bear!
TIGGER: Another creature of the fiercerest kind!
WINNIE THE POOH: Rabbit was right.
PIGLET: But it's me, Piglet!
TIGGER: Nah, the Piglet we know isn't half as fuzzy as you. Why, you can't pull the fluff over our eyes!
PIGLET: Pooh, t-tell him who I am.
WINNIE THE POOH:
Well, I'd love to, whoever you are.
TIGGER: Come to think of it, he might be a fuzzy-fringed thing-ama-whats-is.
WINNIE THE POOH: Ohh.
TIGGER: No, no, no. This is more of the feather-furred frizz-ama-bobble variety.
WINNIE THE POOH: But can we be sure, Tigger?
PIGLET: Oh! I'll prove it to you!
WINNIE THE POOH: Piglet, where did you come from?
TIGGER: Lucky thing that fuzzy-fringed thingamabob didn't get you.
WINNIE THE POOH: What did you find out?
TIGGER: Was she awfully fierce and fiercefully awful?
PIGLET: At first, I thought so, but then I found out, she's very nice.
KANGA: Hello, dears.
TIGGER: Oh, she called us dears again. Ha ha! I could get used to this.
Would you like to come in for that little something now?
WINNIE THE POOH: I'd love to. I love little somethings.
TIGGER: But what do we tell Rabbit?
ROO: Wheeee! Ha ha! Mama, look at me!
ROO: You gotta see Mr. Rabbit's garden!
RABBIT: Oh, you hear that? Mr. Rabbit. Ha ha.
ROO: It's got carrots and lettuce and beets and we played leap bunny...
KANGA: All right. Settle down, dear. Now, what do we say to Mr. Rabbit?
ROO: Thank you, Mr. Rabbit. I had fun.
RABBIT: Well, I, uh, certainly enjoyed myself, too and you can call me Rabbit.
ROO: I like you, Rabbit.
RABBIT: I like you, too, Roo.
RABBIT: You're right, Piglet.
This is the way things are and were meant to be.
You know, if it weren't for Piglet I wouldn't be friends with Roo.
WINNIE THE POOH: And we'd never have found out how nice Kanga was.
EEYORE: We'd never have any of Kanga's songs.
TIGGER: Or her hugs.
WINNIE THE POOH: Or her cookies, which my nose is telling my tummy... Are right nearby. Heh heh.
TIGGER: Kanga! We're so glad you didn't leave!
KANGA: What are you talking about, Tigger?
RABBIT: How Piglet took a bath for us.
TIGGER: Not just any old buddy would do something that brave for his friends.
EEYORE: Don't know if I would.
TIGGER: It was a very biggish thing for a littleish guy to do.
WINNIE THE POOH: And we're ever so worried about him, you see, because we lost him at the honey harvest, so we're using his book of memories to find him... we hope.
KANGA: Ohh, dear, Piglet.
he's so small. He could be in big danger.
ROO: Mama, may I help them look for Piglet? Oops. Sorry, Eeyore. Can I, mama? Can I?
KANGA: Of course, dear. Piglet needs your help. Pooh,
would you like a cookie before you go?
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, my heart tells me I should keep looking for Piglet.
KANGA: Oh, but you dears will need something to keep your strength up.
WINNIE THE POOH: My tummy says yes. Oh, I just thought Piglet would need to keep his strength up, too.
ROO: Bye, mama.
KANGA: Bye-bye, dear.
ROO: So, where do we look first?
WINNIE THE POOH: The scrapbook will give us an idea. It's a book of memories. It remembers where Piglet is.
EEYORE: Try page three.
ROO: Page three shows all of us at the North Pole.
TIGGER: Hey, that was the day we made our most splenderiferous discovery of all.
WINNIE THE POOH: Then that's where we shall look.
But this is not the way to the North Pole.
TIGGER: Well, last time, if I reconnoiter correctically the north pole was sort of in a south-down-easterly kind of over and down direction this way magnellically speaking.
RABBIT: No. Last time we went this way.
TIGGER: No. That would be the Northeast Pole.
RABBIT: No, no, no, and no.
TIGGER: Don't be ridiculous.
RABBIT: I knowwhat I'm talking about. It's this way.
TIGGER: L... don't interrupt.
WINNIE THE POOH: Perhaps if we told the story...
The story will tell us how to get there.
ROO: Don't forget the part about Piglet.
RABBIT: Piglet? How does Piglet fit in?
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, Roo's right. It really is a story about Piglet, isn't it?
TIGGER: Nine-itty-eight, nine-itty-nine, seventy-two-itty and thirteen-itty and forty-six-itty and one whole hundred gravity-defiant, Tiggerific bounces. Hoo hoo hoo hoo!
CHRISTOPHER: Look out below!
TIGGER: Heh heh heh heh.
WINNIE THE POOH: Dum be do dum dum, Da dee dum dum dee do! Hello, Tigger. Hello, Piglet. Oh. What are you doing?
TIGGER: Aw, just waiting for the other shoe to plop. I knew it. Hoo hoo! These things always travel in pairs.
WINNIE THE POOH: These are Christopher Robin's big boots. They can mean only one thing.
CHRISTOPHER: An expedition.
TIGGER: Yahoo hoo hoo hoo!
WINNIE THE POOH: Um, which petition?
An expedition. It's when you go off to find a thing.
TIGGER: What are we going to find, Christopher Robin?
CHRISTOPHER: The North Pole.
PIGLET: Is it scary? What is the North Pole?
TIGGER: Yeah. Come to think of it, we never found one of them before.
CHRISTOPHER: Well, it's a thing you discover.
WINNIE THE POOH: Are bears good at discovering it?
TIGGER: And Tiggers?
CHRISTOPHER: Everyone will come along. And if you see the North Pole, shout: Eureka! Oof!
WINNIE THE POOH: Why would we do that?
CHRISTOPHER: Because it means, There's the North Pole.
WINNIE THE POOH: Where?
PIGLET: Sorry. I was just practicing.
CHRISTOPHER: We need a marching song.
CHRISTOPHER: A marching song to help us along.
WINNIE THE POOH: That's me.
ROO: This is fun.
RABBIT: One more time!
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Watch songs from original soundtrack and other parts of movie
The More It Snows (Tiddely-Pom)
With a Few Good Friends
The More I Look Inside
If I Wasn't So Small (The Piglet Song)
Sing Ho for the Life of a Bear (Expedition March)
Piglet's Big Movie part 1
2 look a thing like me
3 little something to go
4 the way to the North Pole
5 we can use this to save
6 about how you have a house
7 always know where it is
8 we could use a little help