2011 Movie #31: Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh and Spookable Pooh

by on Oct.04, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

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“Oh, bother”


The first Halloween movie of 2011 isn’t really a movie at all, but a video collection of several Winnie the Pooh cartoons that young ones are sure to enjoy, and parents are to endure.

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Summary

Frankenpooh
A spooky theme runs through several stories in this collection. “The Monster Frankenpooh” finds Dr. Von Tigger turning Pooh into a somewhat familiar-looking, scary creature. “Things That Go Piglet in the Night” features the characters on a ghost chase, and “Pooh Moon” finds Pooh and Piglet searching for honey while everyone else assumes they’re missing–not just missing, but taken by the Grabme Gotcha. Charming visuals, terrific characters, touching stories. A winner.
Spookable Pooh
It’s a rainy day, and Pooh and his friends are spending it in Christopher Robin’s attic. Two stories from the delightful animated series follow: “A Knight to Remember,” which finds the timid Piglet transported to a magical kingdom, where he fights a dreadful dragon, and “Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear,” in which Piglet has a nightmare and is afraid to go back to sleep. That leaves it up to Pooh, Rabbit, and Tigger to show how bad dreams don’t have to come true. As always in the Pooh series, the animation is better than average for TV/video (and even charmingly quaint), and the characters are great fun to be with.

Watch Out For

Nothing, really, unless you find any of these images frightening:















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