1. General Info

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Synopsis


Winnie the Pooh meets the bounciest bouncer of all time, Tigger. But when Tigger's bouncing causes too much trouble for Rabbit, Rabbit begins to come with a plan to get him lost in the wods.

Sequences

Included in:

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

VHS Video

United States

Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too

Germany

Kinderbuch-Klassiker: Winnie Puuh und Tigger Dazu

Italy

Winny Puh a Tu Per Tu

Laserdisc

United States

Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree / Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too

Japan

Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too

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Technical Specifications

Reviews and Comments

From Ben Washington :

I remember seeing this cartoon in the theatre as a kid. I recently took my 6 year-old daughter to see the "Tigger Movie" and it really brought back memories.

From Charlie Brown :

Until last week I hadn't seen this since I was a kid. About 16 years ago, actually. I think it's better than Honey Tree but I recommend viewing this as part of "The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh" version, in which this short is followed by an ending in which Christopher Robinson goes to school. Quite frankly, though, I wonder how anybody can dislike the Disney adaptations of Pooh (these four originals, NOT the TV series) withe the possible exception of the Milne family themselves!

From Michelle I. :

For its animation, its music, its memorable characters, I love this episode and find it enchanting. It too is a highly recommended classic!

From Eric Gurwitz :

I loved it, too! Though I wished it won the 1974 Oscar for Best Cartoon Short. At least it took a nomination home.

From Aaron Gomez :

I like "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too" because it's fun!

From Bryan Hensley :

This is the third featurette that appeared in The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Tigger sure can't help himself when it comes to bouncing, even today! Why was it Pooh was feeling sleepy at the protest meeting, besides fluff being in his ear? Losing Tigger didn't do much good for Rabbit, as the mist caused him to freak out from all sorts of noises! (especially bullfrog croaking that can be heard from the 1935 Silly Symphony "Water Babies"!) This is the first time that Tigger has interacted with the narrator, and vice versa. He did that a lot in The Book of Pooh from 2001 to 2005, as well as the other characters who were in it! I hope you enjoy this oscar-nominee that proves even bouncing can be overdone. Tigger almost bounced out of the book with Roo by his side! The final sequence in the movie, as well as the bridging sequences, were never put into any of the featurettes on their own. (As far as I can tell.)





History

11/1/2012

  • Credits added by eutychus
  • Characters added by eutychus
  • Tech specs added by eutychus

6/22/2014

  • Characters added by Mister Bighead

7/24/2014

  • Characters added by ToonStar95

10/7/2014

  • Characters added by ToonStar95

12/19/2015

  • Credits added by ToonStar95

1/18/2016

  • Home video info added by ToonStar95

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Larry Clemmons: Story
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Milt Kahl: Directing Animator
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