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Winnie The Pooh - Springtime With Roo [DVD]
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It is 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.
Friendship and compassion provide a memorable Easter celebration in Springtime with Roo. Roo's excitement on Easter morning is boundless, but when he, Winnie-the-Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore arrive at Rabbit's door for the big Easter egg hunt, Rabbit seems to have forgotten Easter and proclaims it "Spring Cleaning Day" instead. A dispirited Pooh and his gang quickly rally and decide to surprise Rabbit by putting up his Easter decorations. Rabbit is not at all happy with their efforts and furiously declares that Easter is cancelled. It turns out that everyone involved has been selfish in some degree by failing to consider the feelings and desires of one another. Can a little mutual understanding and caring salvage Easter for Roo, Rabbit, and the rest of the gang? --Tami Horiuchi
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Perhaps should only have 4.5 stars as it's loses out only marginally to 'Tigger the Movie' and 'Piglets Big Movie' due to their absolutley stunning (Japanese) animations and slightly better stories.
The film has lessons on sharing and giving which is good for a 4 year old to see. I tried for a DVD and was successful. The service was first class. Most importantly, the film was enjoyable and my grandson loved it.