Tell me where you want it! Bugs, prepare to meet your muncher! Why are you all so. Someplace where there are no honey-munching Pooh Bears, no petrified Piglets, no gloomy donkeys and no always-bouncing Tiggers! Did you see Sandy Claus come this way? I'd like a new flyswatter to keep the bugs off my carrots. How did you like my gift to you? Didn't expect it to, but I'm kinda glad. Next stop, the North Pole. Excuse us, Rabbit, could we borrow a pencil? Been wanting one for years, but been afraid to ask. I didn't even know what I wanted, and now I'm sure not to get it.
I don't even know what present I wanted, but I'd give it up to have Pooh Bear here. Voices are clear and intelligible, yet rather flat and tinny. It's something Christopher Robin told me. Rabbit's four friends return with their changed personalities, which immediately makes him leave, but he is found with bees attempting to abduct him. I believe what I wanted was a. Make it a whole condominimum. Well, maybe we've got the wrong house.
But Santa was supposed to bring you a new home. Who would have thought those two could make such wonderful music together? Just take those bells and have a great time! One big enough for me and maybe a friend or two. Oh, no, we couldn't just. We shall swoop from the sky and snatch the letter before Santa gets it. I have the hat, don't I? Must you be afraid of everything, Piglet? But of course I'm Santa Claus.
All this bouncing makes me feel. Carrot plants love to be talked to. My tummy's always asking for honey. Well, if it means Rabbit won't move away, then I'm ready to change. Well, in that case, I know just the place, Rabbit's house. You mean if we were different? We tried to change for you.
But that would mean that not bouncin' might make a fella sort of squeamish, even a tad trembly. Are we ready to swoop yet, Piglet? Snow does not keep Tiggers from bouncin'. How do you like my Christmas tree? This is gonna be the bestest Christmas of all! I promise not to eat honey ever again. But I really have everything I've. And then I never did get it to the North Pole, and then I, well. Perhaps Piglet would also like a few pots of. No longer our warm, fuzzy selves?.
Released 2002, 'Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year' stars , , Thomas Delauney, The G movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 5 min, and received a score of out of 100 on Metacritic, which collated reviews from experienced critics. Well, I certainly wasn't looking for. Just what I've always wanted. It's when you promise to do something you've never done, or not do something you used to do. Is everybody ready for the party? At Rabbit's house, while Rabbit goes to get the plant food, Pooh suddenly comes in, then another one knocks on the door, which turns out to be Tigger, who tries to decorate the place, but ends up making a mess, making Rabbit so angry that he throws everyone out, planning to move. I do hope I'm not too late. Why, of course he is, Roo dear.
That spring-sprong in my step is gone! He looked and he looked, and he looked again. But since there is gonna be -one less of us. Not bad, but it could have used a few more jingly bells. And a Tigger who doesn't bounce really isn't a tigger at all. The four then regain their old personalities and Tigger rescues Rabbit. Oh, I did it again. Oh, boy, this Christmas is gonna go down in history.
That's gonna be tougher than I thought. Granted, the Christmas Too stretch fares a bit better than its Happy Pooh Year bookends, but only subjectively, in terms of animation quality. Can't a rodent get a little sleep around here? Snow snows on my eyes My ears, my toes I suppose it even froze my nose Snowflake melting like a honey cake Snow drop One, two, three, ker-plop Snow snows on my eyes My ears, my toes I suppose it even froze my nose All right! Well, thanks for invitin' me. What do you suppose that might be? Oh, dear, what time is it? Now we must be careful not to tangle the garland, Eeyore. While you're there, could you put in a good word -with the big guy in red for me? I just broke my resolution. Santa lives at the North Pole! Oh, what fun it is to ride No improvisin', Rabbit. See you at the party.