Five feature-length adventures starring Winnie the Pooh and all of his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. In 'Springtime With Roo' (2004), it's the most beautiful spring day ever. Bees are buzzing, flowers are blooming and Roo, Pooh and Tigger are ready to laugh and play. But Rabbit expects them all to stay inside until every last bit of spring-cleaning is finished. In 'The Tigger Movie' (2000), Tigger is just getting in the way when Pooh, Piglet, Roo, Rabbit and Owl try to prepare a home for their doleful friend Eeyore, so Pooh suggests that he go outside and play with some other tiggers. Tigger thinks this a very foolish suggestion, as he is the only Tigger in existence - or so he thinks. In 'Piglet's Big Movie' (2003), Piglet disappears into the Hundred Acre Wood after hearing he is 'just too small' to help Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, Roo and Rabbit with a hunny-gathering scheme. To find him, everyone makes a plan to work together and use Piglet's scrapbook for clues to his whereabouts. While searching, they realise how big a part Piglet has played in their many adventures together. In 'Pooh's Heffalump Movie' (2005), when Winnie the Pooh hears a strange noise in the woods, he and his friends are convinced that the dreaded Heffalump has come to the woods to do them harm. Pooh, Piglet and Tigger set out to capture the beast, but Roo, who is told he's too small to join the search party, meets Lumpy the Heffalump face to face and discovers he's not the bad guy he's been made out to be. Finally, in 'Winnie the Pooh's Most Grand Adventure' (1997), when Christopher Robin has to return to school, he leaves a note for his friends. They misread it, believing their chum to have gone to 'skull', and set out on an exciting adventure to rescue him.
This charming box set includes five wonderful, feature-length adventures with Pooh, Tigger and all your friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. Based on the universally loved short stories by A.A. Milne, the My First Winnie the Pooh Boxset
is perfect for long-time fans of the little bear as well as those discovering him for the first time. Featured in this magical collection are:
Springtime with Roo--Roo gets excited about all the season has to offer: warm weather, flowers, and fun. However, Rabbit only cares about spring cleaning. Luckily, Roo teaches Rabbit that friendship is more important than being in control of things and the entire gang has a magical time as they learn all about the importance of friends.
Tigger Movie--When Tigger doesn't appear to want to help the gang build a home for Eeyore, Rabbit suggests he leave them behind and spend some time with other "tiggers". Convinced that he's the only tigger in the world, he goes on a quest to find out if he is, in fact, an original, eventually learning a very valuable lesson in the process: there's no place like home.
Piglet's Big Movie--this time around Pooh's smallest pal is given the star treatment in this sweet and touching story. As the gang gets ready for the Honey Harvest, Piglet is left out of the festivities because he is declared too small to help, so the unsung hero abandons his pals to wander the wood and think about his place, however small, in the world. Eventually Winnie, Christopher Robin and friends set out to find him with the help of Piglet's "Book of Memories," a scrapbook of their adventures. As the gang searches for Piglet they relive their many adventures, and realise what an important part he has played in each of their lives.
Pooh's Heffalump Movie--Fear and trepidation run throughout the Hundred Acre Woods when a strange noise, emanating from a Heffalump is heard. While Pooh, Tigger and friends are convinced the new arrival is an horrific beast and set off on a quest to capture him, Roo comes face to face with Lumpy the Heffalump and discovers that they couldn't be more wrong.
Winnie The Pooh's Most Grand Adventure--Back at the Hundred Acre Wood, Pooh and friends misinterpret a farewell note from Christopher Robin, who has gone away to school. The gang sets off on an important mission to rescue their friend, mistakenly believing he has instead gone to "Skull"--a fate, they imagine, fraught with many perils.