Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too!

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"It's POOH-fectly TIGGER-ific and it's ALL NEW"
  • 1974
  • 25 min

Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too! is an animated family movie released in 1974, and it's the third installment in the Winnie the Pooh franchise. The film features the beloved characters of the Hundred Acre Wood, including Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Kanga, Roo, and Owl. The story follows Tigger, who has been bouncing around the Hundred Acre Wood, disturbing his friends' peace and tranquility. Winnie the Pooh, Rabbit, and Piglet, knowing Tigger's love for bouncing, come up with a plan to keep him occupied to prevent him from causing any further trouble. However, their plan falls through, and Tigger ends up going on a mad bouncing spree.

Tigger accidentally knocks Rabbit's house down, and because Rabbit is so angry with him, Tigger decides to leave the Hundred Acre Wood and find someone like himself to bounce around with. While Tigger is gone, his friends begin to appreciate him, realizing that his energetic personality and love for fun lightened up their dull lives.

Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Rabbit decide to go on a search for Tigger and travel through the snow-capped mountains to find him. Meanwhile, Tigger has made some new friends in the form of a group of snow-loving creatures called the "jaegers." The jaegers are impressed with Tigger's bouncing abilities and invite him to join them in their fun activities.

The gang finally finds Tigger and tries to persuade him to return to the Hundred Acre Wood. However, Tigger is having too much fun with his new friends and decides to stay with them. His friends return to the Hundred Acre Wood, feeling sad and defeated.

But, when Tigger realizes that he misses his friends, he decides to leave the jaegers and return to the Hundred Acre Wood. However, he finds his friends are in trouble as they have fallen into Rabbit's frozen pond. Tigger saves them with his bouncing skills, and his friends welcome him back with warm hugs.

The movie concludes with Tigger coming to terms with who he is and finds joy in being himself while also knowing that his friends appreciate him for who he is.

The animation of the film is typical of the early Disney era, featuring hand-drawn characters with soft edges and gentle colors. The voice acting in the movie is brilliant, as Sterling Holloway voices Winnie the Pooh, and Paul Winchell voices Tigger, both bringing their characters to life with enthusiasm and charm.

Overall, Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too! is a heartwarming story about the importance of friendship and self-acceptance. It's an enjoyable movie for children and adults alike and is a must-see for fans of the Winnie the Pooh franchise.

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