Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman and John Lounsbery (USA, 1977, 100 min.). Digital.

Sebastian Cabot narrates the adventures of the silly old bear as he battles a nest of vicious bees over a trove of honey, weathers a terrible wind storm, and endures the foibles of the hyperactive tiger Tigger, all while singing and bumbling his way through the Hundred Acre Wood with Kanga, Piglet, Owl, and Rabbit in this beloved trio of animated tales adapted from A. A. Milne’s books. Hand drawn by the animation team at Disney, and featuring Sterling Holloway’s tenor as the voice of Pooh, the character design for these three vignettes shaped Milne’s characters for generations of children.

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