winnie the pooh: a very merry pooh year script
But of course, the TV episode edited in originally aired in nothing better than 2-channel stereo, so Disney probably decided putting the whole thing in 2.0 surround would flow better.
Pooh's Heffalump Movie / Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie Quotes.net. Christmas is briefly celebrated, and Pooh is informed that he has forgotten to give a present to Piglet.
The words get filled as they are sung, kind of a nice effect. Pooh films can make good use of surround sound - one need only to give The Tigger Movie a listen for proof.
But rather than go from here, they pull a Tarzan & Jane "Remember the time when..." and this segues into the 1991 Christmas special "Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too." Highlighting the clock on the wall simply takes you to a New Year's countdown.
"New Year's Eve Party" is more matching and selecting, and it all ends with the same thing that happens with the wall clock Easter egg.
Moving the cursor over the presents under the Christmas tree accesses little 20-second video clip montages, for each of the six main characters (Owl seems to have been given short shrift in this movie). Tigger: [singing] Oooh, Santy Claws is coming down the chimney!
Though I always thought he was taller. Not surprisingly, this direct-to-video feature looks brand new, mostly. Dolby Surround 2.0 (English, French, Spanish)
Sing Along Songs: Sing a Song with Pooh Bear and Piglet Too A couple of months ago, the theatrically-released Piglet's Big Movie came to disc. Nice for quick song access, and for knowing the names of the songs...and for those who actually wish to sing along. How wonderful. amznwin=window.open(URL,NAME,'location=yes,scrollbars=yes,status=yes,toolbar=yes,resizable=yes,width=380,height=450,screenX=10,screenY=10,top=10,left=10'); (not yet rated)
Winnie the Pooh: [looking up to Tigger's roof] Ohhh - ho, ho, ho... bother! The "remember" framing bit ends, and we're back in the present day.
And they're flirting with trying. Closed Captioned Naturally, this will all end up happily in time for New Year's Eve, or more appropriately kind of a happiness twinged with melancholy (or as Gopher, who's not in the book, calls it, "kind of sappy.
Winnie the Pooh: Um, it's awfully cold out here in the cold - if I could come in? So, it would seem like a new Christmas Winnie the Pooh movie would get a surefire recommendation from me, but my enthusiasm isn't so great, as the feature does suffer from a noticeable lack of inspiration. Tigger: [closing the door] Gasp! Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year seems best to pick up when stores have a sale on holiday-themed DVDs; if you can find this one for cheap, it makes for a nice purchase.
If you like Christmas as much as me, then you'll appreciate the basic-but-neat Enchanted Environment feature.