Three marvelous cold-weather stories from Disney's popular Pooh television series are combined into one video. A slight error in judgment has led the gang in the 100 Acre Wood into spring in "Groundpiglet Day." Rabbit's rushing about defeats the true purpose of the holidays in "A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving." Rabbit is also the center of "Find Her, Keep Her" when he adopts a wayward bird. Even though this is a new collection of cartoons, the 70-minute tape keeps closely to the spirit of the '60s Pooh classics (unlike previous Pooh cartoons). A new song from Disney songmasters the Sherman brothers is sung (along with their famous title number), and Paul Winchell returns as the unmistakable voice of Tigger. That's not the late Sterling Holloway voicing Pooh, but a remarkable impersonation by ace mimic Jim Cummings. (Ages 3 and up) --Doug ThomasFrom the Back Cover :
With charm and joy and in the spirit of the holiday season, Disney presents Winnie The Pooh: Season of Giving--a full-length adventure that celebrates family and friends and the true meaning of the holidays. The adventure begins once upon a cold and blustery day in the Hundred Acre Wood when Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and Rabbit set out on a quest for winter--a favorite season they seem to have missed. And that leads to a wild search for the perfect ingredients for a festive Thanksgiving feast and finally to Christmas, and a visit from a special friend. Enriched with five songs new to video, these charming tales fill your heart with the wonder of the season and the whimsy that is Pooh. Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving is a delightful way for your entire family to celebrate this enchanting time all season long.
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