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Piglet's Big Movie part 6 about how you have a house

Movie transcript with snapshot pictures part 6 PIGLET: I was just thinking, Pooh... WINNIE THE POOH: Oh! Were you thinking of a way to keep warm? PIGLET: Actually, I was thinking about how you have a houseI was thinking about how you have a house and I have a house and Rabbit and Owl and Christopher Robin all have houses but poor Eeyore has nothing. WINNIE THE POOH: Well, that's certainly something we could think about. Hmm... Think, think, think. Hmm... PIGLET: Think, think, think. WINNIE THE POOH: I've got it! Whoa... oh! PIGLET: Got what? WINNIE THE POOH: We'll build Eeyore a house of his own! PIGLET: Oh, that's a wonderful ideathat's a wonderful idea, Pooh! But where shall we build it? WINNIE THE POOH: Well, right here. Because this is where I thought of it. And since this is where I thought of it we shall call this place Pooh Corner. PIGLET: Pooh Corner? Uh, Pooh, I was thinking along with you. WINNIE THE POOH: Yes, that's true, Piglet. So we could call this place Pooh and Piglet Corner, if Pooh Corner didn't sound better which it does, being smaller and more like a corner. So, Pooh Corner it is. TIGGER: Look! Snow somersaultsLook! Snow somersaults! Hoo hoo hoo! Whoa! Whoa-oa-oa! WINNIE THE POOH: Bother. TIGGER: You know, I tried to stop, but it's snow use. Get it? Snow use! Hoo hoo hoo! So, whatcha doin'? WINNIE THE POOH: We're going to build Eeyore a house at Pooh Corner. TIGGER: What a tickerific idea! Hoo hoo! Whatcha going to build it with? PIGLET: Uh, we haven't decided. TIGGER: Say! I just bounced by a humongerous pile of sticks! They'd be positively perfect for a donkey housepile of sticks! They'd be positively perfect for a donkey house! Come on! Bounce this way! Hoo hoo hoo! Follow the bouncing Tigger! TIGGER (SINGING): The wonderful thing about Tiggers / Is Tiggers are wonderful things / Their tops are made out of rubber / Their bottoms are made out of springs / But the most wonderful thing about Tiggers / Is I'm the only one! TIGGER: What did I tell ya? More sticks than you can stick a shake at. PIGLET: Gee, it's almost as if someone left them here for us. Whoo, ooh, whoo! TIGGER: I wonder... Naw! WINNIE THE POOH: Now let's get started, so we can finish in timeNow let's get started, so we can finish in time. PIGLET: Uhh! In time for what? Ah! WINNIE THE POOH: Lunch. WINNIE THE POOH: There. It's all entirely done. TIGGER: Let's show old donkey boy the fruits of our elbow grease. WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, bother. TIGGER: I suspect-erate there's something definitely wrong with these sticks. All we wanted was for Eeyore to have his own house. WINNIE THE POOH: You know, Eeyore could come live with me. TIGGER: That is very hospiticious of you, Pooh. Let's go give old donkey boy the good news! Hoo hoo hoo hoo-hoo! PIGLET: Oh, dear. WINNIE THE POOH: Hello! CHRISTOPHER: Pooh bear! Oh, you're just in time! Look what I madejust in time! Look what I made. WINNIE THE POOH: Why, Christopher Robin. It's wonderful! What is it? CHRISTOPHER: Why, it's you, Pooh bear. WINNIE THE POOH: Ha ha. No wonder he looks so familiar. TIGGER: He looks just like you! Except, of course, for the donkey head. CHRISTOPHER: Eeyore, were you under there the whole time? EEYORE: I suppose I was. WINNIE THE POOH: Weren't you awfully cold under thereWeren't you awfully cold under there? EEYORE: I've been colder. Last night, for instance, it got downright... CHRISTOPHER: Freezing. EEYORE: So I did it. I built myself a house. TIGGER: Did ya hear that? Eeyore built himself a house! Just a leaky pile of sticks. WINNIE THE POOH: Did you say, sticks? CHRISTOPHER: So you have seen it. WINNIE THE POOH: I have? Seen what? TIGGER: You know, the funny thing about houses is, uh, well, they never know if they're comin' or goin', and so they do. CHRISTOPHER: Well, someone somewhere must know somethingsomeone somewhere must know something. PIGLET: I do! WINNIE THE POOH: What's that? TIGGER: It's a high-steppin' pig highfaluter! WINNIE THE POOH: I believe it's Piglet on stilts. PIGLET: Eeyore's house is over there. Come on. I-I'll show you. EEYORE: Toodle-oo. CHRISTOPHER: Look at that! TIGGER: Well, I'll be... WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, my goodness! PIGLET: Welcome home, Eeyore. Hee hee hee. EEYORE: Whoa-oh, Whoa! Whoaaa! Hmm, it's my house, all right. But I'm sure this isn't where I built it. PIGLET: Where you built it? But, but, I. EEYORE: Hmm. I suppose the wind must have blown it over here. TIGGER: The wind? Oh, yeah, the wind. Oh, well, it's been known to do strange and windy-like things. WINNIE THE POOH: I think the wind had a little help. Right, Piglet? The important thing is, Eeyore has a house and here it is, and it's as good as ever. TIGGER: And even never betterer. PIGLET: You really think so? WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, yes. Much more better than ever, even, Piglet. EEYORE: Just one thing bothers me. PIGLET: Oh, dear. What might that be? EEYORE: 'Fraid I'll lose it again.
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Piglet's Big Movie part 1
Piglet's Big Movie part 1
  2 look a thing like me
2 look a thing like me
  3 little something to go
3 little something to go
  4 the way to the North Pole
4 the way to the North Pole
 
5 we can use this to save
5 we can use this to save
  6 about how you have a house
6 about how you have a house
  7 always know where it is
7 always know where it is
  8 we could use a little help
8 we could use a little help