1995-2000 VHS

2001-2002 VHS

Release Date[edit | edit source]

  • September 8, 1995
  • September 4, 1996
  • August 26, 1997
  • August 25, 1998
  • August 24, 1999
  • August 22, 2000
  • August 28, 2001
  • August 27, 2002

Stock Number[edit | edit source]

  • 3941 (1995-2000 VHS)
  • 22941 (2001-2002 VHS)

Description[edit | edit source]

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Have a howling good time with lovable Winnie the Pooh and his pals in three frightfully fun stories filled with tricks and treats for everyone! Piglet's nice and not-so-scary story becomes Tigger-ifically frightening when Dr. Von Tigger turns Pooh into The Monster Frankenpooh, a giant of a bear in a big, big search for honey! Then, all sorts of bumpities and spookables lead Pooh and friends on a wild ghost chase in Things That Go Piglet In The Night. And in Pooh Moon, Pooh and Piglet land on the "honey" moon looking for honey, but everyone thinks they've been grabbed by the Grabme Gotcha! It's an unforgettable, triple-treat celebration you'll enjoy over and over!

Episodes[edit | edit source]

  1. The Monster Frankenpooh
  2. Things That Go Piglet in the Night
  3. Pooh Moon

Opening Logos[edit | edit source]

Walt Disney Home Video

Opening Logos (cont.)[edit | edit source]

Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh

Episodes Titles[edit | edit source]

"The Monster Frankenpooh"

Transcript[edit | edit source]

Tigger: Come on, Piglet, old pal. Tell us a scary ghost story. Somethin' full of "spookables" and "horribibble" creatures. Eh, and things that go shopping in the night.

Piglet: Well, actually, I thought I might tell a not-so-scary story. A story about a scientist.

Tigger: A mad scientist, Piglet?

Piglet: Oh, no, not mad at all. Quite happy and cheerful, really. (Chuckles) Once upon a time...

Tigger: Say! It's the middle "of broad daylight." Even a not-so-scary scary story has to happen at night, ya know.

Piglet: Oh, but this one happens in the daytime.

Tigger: Night!

Piglet: Day!

Tigger: Night!

Piglet: Day!

Tigger: Morning!

Piglet: Evening! Oh, dear!

Tigger: That's better. (Chuckles) Although a nice thunderstorm wouldn't hurt.

Piglet: Ah, y-yes. Well, as I was saying, there was a very pleasant and cheerful scientist. Mm-mm. Peanut butter and jelly. My favorite. And it's so very good for you too.

Tigger: Gasp!

Piglet: What is it? What is it?

Tigger: Why, this story is so unscary, it's scary! I got better things to do than listen to this. Think I'll go trim my toenails. Or better yet, I'll go trim Pooh's toenails.

Rabbit: Oh, Tigger, where are your manners?

Tigger: I don't know. But I bet they're havin' more fun than I am.

Rabbit: Tigger, behave!

Tigger: Well, if you're gonna have a story about a scientist, he ought to at least be doin' something "terribibble"! Like creatin' a bogey-bogey monster!

Piglet: Mo-mo-monster?

Tigger: Yeah, the Monster Frankenpooh.

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear!

Tigger: Ooh-hoo-hoo! "Absotutely" perfect! Uh, only, he ought to be a little bit bigger on that. No, even bigger. Biggerer!

Pooh: Oh, bother!

Tigger: Now, that's what I call a monster. (Chuckles)

Piglet: Oh, help! S-S-Save me! H-H-Help me! Oh, save me! Oh, dear! This is so very terrifying.

Pooh: I... want... honey?

(Rabbit Hums)

Pooh: Honey!

Rabbit: A mo... A mo... A mo...

Gopher: A mo... A mo... A mo... A mon-ster-r-r-r! Ooh!

Tigger: Tremblin' in your socks, are ya? Clingin' to the edge of your seats, maybe? There was no stoppin' the "giganticically" monstrous monstrosity.

Pooh: Honey!

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear! Tigger, I'm afraid this has become a not-at-all-so-not-so-very-scary story. Perhaps I'd better tell it, because I really think the monster... shouldn't be quite that size.

Tigger: Oh, you're right, Piglet! He ought to be maybe "quadrupally" as big.

Pooh: Um, Tigger, I seem to have reached the top of the picture.

Tigger: So you have. Maybe I overshot it by a few "feetsies."

Pooh: Thank you, Tigger.

Tigger: And so, the monster was back on his "unendingless" search for...

Pooh: Honey!

Tigger: There was no stopping the feastin' beastie. Everybody was up to their necks in arms, 'cause the knew who was "responsibibble" for the "terribibble" monster... that was terrorizing them.

Rabbit: It's that mad Dr. Von Piglet.

Gopher: He's the one who made the monster.

Piglet: Eee!

Gopher: Let's boll him in tomato juice!

(All Laughing)

Piglet: Oh, no! Stop this story! Please, it was an accident. I-I-I didn't mean to do it. Honest. I just wanted it to be a nice, not-so-scary story.

Tigger: But, Piglet, it's nothin' to get so upset about.

Gopher: It was just a silly story.

Rabbit: Of course, Piglet. There was no monster. No one's angry at you.

Piglet: N-N-No?

Rabbit: You really should learn the difference between what's real and what isn't. Shoudn't he, Pooh?

Pooh: Yes, Piglet, you really should. And, uh, so should I. Oh, bother.

Intervals[edit | edit source]

Watch out! Bumpities and spookables have found their way into the Hundred Acre Wood.

Episodes Titles (cont.)[edit | edit source]

"Things That Go Piglet in the Night"

Transcript[edit | edit source]

Piglet: Yow! Oh, d-d-dear!

Pooh: Hang on tight, Piglet! Isn't this fun? Whee!

Tigger: Ya-hoo! Hoo-hoo-hoo! Higher! Higher!

Owl: (Hoots) Tallyho!

Eeyore: Sure looks like fun, not that I'll ever have any.

Gopher: Hey, what's all this racket? Oooh! Hey, watch where you're goin', you Sunday driver.

Tigger: Ha-ha-ha! Hiya, Gopher!

Gopher: Don't "hiya" me, sonny! How do you expect a fella to get any sleep with all this noise? Hmmph! Don't you people know it's past your bedtime?

Tigger: Bedtime?

Gopher: Whoa! Ahhh!

(All) Whoa! Whoa!

Tigger: Tiggers need their beauty sleep too, ya know. Ah-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Rabbit: I'm coming back first thing in the morning for my turn.

Tigger: Me too. It's the early bird that steps on the worm.

Eeyore: But even the worm gets a turn before me.

Tigger: Hey, Piglet, better get home too. Don't want to be out here with the lights out. The woods are full of bumpities and spookables.

Piglet: Spookables? Oh, dear! Oh, d-d-dearie, dear!

(Wind Blowing)

Eeyore: Ooohhh!

Pooh: What was that?

Eeyore: Ooohhh!

Tigger: What was that? Either the moon's got termites, or it's them spookables! I'd better "investagrate."

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear! I don't like it when the night squeaks!

Eeyore: Ooohhh!

Piglet: Yikes! There! What I can't hear can't hurt me.

Eeyore: Ooohhh!

Piglet: Oh, n-n-no! Oh, much better! Now I can't see "or" hear it. B-B-But what if it can see and hear me? Help! Pooh! Oh, dear, I have to get to Pooh's house. He'll know what to do. Whoa!

(Crash)

Piglet: Pooh!

Gopher: Hmm. Somethin' might strange goin' on around here.

Piglet: Whoa! Oh, d-d-dear!

Pooh: (Gasps) A ghost!

Piglet: Where? Where?

Pooh: Help!

Piglet: Aaahhh!

Pooh: Yaaah!

Eeyore: Ooohhh!

Tigger: Gasp! A spookable! No bumpity's gonna get the drop on me. Ooof! Hey, Eeyore, watcha doin' out here actin' all scary-like?

Eeyore: Learnin' to swing. Don't get a chance durin' the day.

Tigger: Oh, the poor guy. Heh-heh-heh! Well, don't worry! I'll learn ya to swing like a nightingale!

Eeyore: I can't hardly wait.

Gopher: What I want to know is... how we're supposed to catch a ghost.

Rabbit: Surprise!

Pooh: Why, thank you, Rabbit! (Chuckles) Is it my birthday again so soon?

Rabbit: No, no, no! We have to catch the ghost by surprise.

Gopher: I'll surprise him... (Chuckles) With this.

Owl: Hoo-hoo! I say, I "do" hate to bring this up, but before we confront the apparition, we do have to find him, don't we?

Rabbit: That's right, unless "he..." finds "us" first!

Tigger: Since you're havin' trouble holdin' onto the swing, this glue... will hold the swing onto you! Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

(Strains)

Eeyore: I got a sticky feelin' about this.

Tigger: One, two, three, shove!

Eeyore: Whoa!

(Crash)

Tigger: Heh-heh-heh! Worked on this end. Ah-ha! Hey, Eeyore, I know what the problem is.

Eeyore: Glad somebody does.

Tigger: It's not your swingin', it's your landin's! Ha! Them I can fix.

Piglet: I should be brave, at least brave enough... to peek out and see something besides my feet. But suppose I peeked out and "did" see something besides my feet? Pooh!

Pooh: Did you hear that?

Rabbit: I-It's the g-g-ghost!

Pooh: Now's your chance to surprise it, Rabbit.

Rabbit: Maybe we should just write it a letter?

Gopher: I got somethin' special delivery for it. Follow me!

Pooh: My, the dark certainly is... dark in here.

Piglet: Ugh! Excuse me.

Owl: Quite all right.

Piglet: Thank you.

(All) A ghost!

Piglet: Oooh!

(All) The ghost!

Rabbit: Where? Where?

(All) Aaah!

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear!

(All Yelling)

Piglet: Pooh Bear?

Pooh: Why, hello, Piglet. (Chuckles) What were you doing hiding inside of that ghost?

Piglet: Well, you see, uh... There was, uh, and then...

Rabbit: Ha! I knew there were no such things as ghosts all the time.

Piglet: Oh, but there is a ghost, Rabbit. I... I heard it.

Pooh: Yes, Piglet, and we heard you too.

Gopher: Ha! Ghosts.

Piglet: There it is!

Gopher: Well, looks like we're gonna investigate after all.

Tigger: Hmm, you know what you ought to have?

Eeyore: My stuffing examined.

Tigger: No! Hoo-hoo-hoo! A head "protectorizer"!

Eeyore: Wonderful.

Tigger: There, now ya can know which way's front. Hold onto your hooves! Ready?

Eeyore: No, but go ahead anyway.

Tigger: Charge!

Gopher: Come on, ya scaredy-cats! Nothin' here but...

Eeyore: Ooohhh!

Piglet: The g-g-g-ghost!

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

(Crash)

Tigger: Hiya, Pooh Boy! Ha-ha-ha! What are you guys doin' out in the darkity dark?

Pooh: That's no ghost. (Chuckles) That's Tigger.

Piglet: Then w-w-what's that?

Eeyore: That's what I'd like to know. Help!

Tigger: Oh, must've been the wrong cord.

Piglet: Oh, dear!

(Gasps)

(All) Ghost! Ghost!

Tigger: Say, what's the matter with you guys?

(All) Look!

Tigger: What, that? Ha! It's only Eeyore.

Eeyore: Surprise, surprise.

Piglet: Oh, my, it "is" Eeyore.

Rabbit: Why, it's Eeyore!

Owl: Oh, I say, incredible!

Pooh: Oh, (Chuckles) so it is.

Gopher: Swell, but what about my ghost?

Tigger: No ghost. Just a donkey swingin' from the end of his parachute! Ha-ha! Uh, swingin' from the end of his parachute? Hey, Eeyore, you're swingin'!

Eeyore: Hooray for me.

Tigger: Ha-ha! Yeah, he came out at night to practice. And "I" was his coach.

Piglet: So there was no ghost all the time?

Pooh: Only Eeyore. (Chuckles) And he's a friendly ghost.

Rabbit: Oh, my! Look!

Owl: Oh, I say! That seems like fun!

Tigger: Yeah, Hey, wait a minute, donkey boy! I want a turn. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Rabbit: Me next! Me next!

Gopher: Say, how about me?

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear!

Pooh: I do hope we're not going to have to do this... "every" time he wants to swing.

Intervals[edit | edit source]

Next, Pooh and his pals go on a camping trip that's out of this world.

Episodes Titles (cont.)[edit | edit source]

"Pooh Moon"

Transcript[edit | edit source]

Rabbit: Tigger, that's too much corn, and you're holding it too close to the heat.

Tigger: Relax, Bunny boy! Poppin' corn is one of the things tiggers do best.

(Corn Popping)

(All) Whoops!

Rabbit: I knew you put too much corn in that popper!

Tigger: Oh, fiddlesticks! You just grew too much pop in your corn.

Gopher: I say... we toast marshmallows. They're less noisy, and I'm full of that puffy stuff.

Pooh: In that case, how about some honey? It's very unnoisy too. (Chuckles) Oh, bother. It's also very unfull. Have you ever heard... of a "honey moon", Piglet?

Piglet: It does sound familiar, Pooh. B-But tell me the story, anyway.

Tigger: Yeah, a ghost story... loaded with... uh, spookables!

Piglet: Yipe! Gh-Gh-Gh-Ghost story?

Tigger: This spooky spine-tingler is about... the Grab-Me-Gotcha, a shadowy shifteroo who loves to grab any shiverin' stranger... in his creepy-clawed clutches... right before he goes... "Gotcha!" (Yawns) Oh, well, I guess that's why he's called a Grab-Me-Gotcha... instead of a Please-Excuse-Me. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Ah, pleasant dreams. T.T.F.N.

Rabbit: Hmmph! You didn't frighten me. I know there's no such thing as a Grab-Me-Gotcha. (Screams) It's in my sleeping bag!

Piglet: H-Have you noticed how dark and spooky... it is out here... all of a sudden?

Rabbit: Eh, take it from me, Piglet, there is no Grab-Me-Gotcha monster. Now go along to bed.

Pooh: Excuse me, Piglet, but that's not your sleeping bag. Is it?

Piglet: Heh, someone should stay up and protect the corn... from Grab-Me-Gotchas, don't you think?

Pooh: That's very kind of you, Piglet. While you look after the corn, would you mind if I looked after you?

Piglet: Not at all, Pooh?

Pooh: You know, Moon, you look as if you would fit right here in my honey pot. (Whispering) Do you think the moon has honey on it, Piglet?

Piglet: All I know, Pooh, is that is seems an awfully long way from home.

Pooh: Yes. It's so very high. I'd have to stay up for a long time to get there. (Yawns) And I'm too sleepy to stay up any longer.

Piglet: Night, Pooh.

Pooh: Good night, Piglet.

(All Snoring)

(Corn Popping)

Piglet: What's that, Pooh?

(All Yelling)

(Splash)

Rabbit: What is all this?

Gopher: Keep you lip buttoned, buster. The Grab-Me-Gotcha got Piglet and old Pooh Boy.

Rabbit: That's the most ridiculous thing I've...

(All) Shh!

Tigger: If we're gonna save Fluffy Boy and Piglet from that spookable, we have to be quiet so he doesn't grab us too.

Rabbit: But I tell you, there's no...

(All) Shh!

Rabbit: I have a feeling this is going to be a long night.

Piglet: Where are we, Pooh?

Pooh: (Gasps) Oh, my! Why, we've been popped to the moon! The honey moon! I wish I'd brought a larger pot... for all the moon honey I'm going to take back.

Piglet: Uh, Pooh, th-the moon always fades away at dawn. I think something faded away... would be awfully difficult to stand on, don't you?

Pooh: That's a good question, Piglet. Then we'd better hurry and find some of that moon honey.

Tigger: I'll bet you my stripes I can spot Pooh and Piglet... from the tippy top of this tree.

Rabbit: I wish Tigger would wipe his feet before he bounces. What do you think you're doing?

Gopher: Hmm. You just gave me an idea. We should camouflage ourselves... so the monster can't find us.

Tigger: Hmm, uh, I can't see hide nor seek of 'em. Say, what if old scaredy-face sees me first? Well, you can't scare what you can't find. He won't find a tigger for the trees. Ooh-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

(All Scared)

Tigger: Ee-yuck! Them Grab-Me-Gotchas... out-uglied me by a mile.

(All) Yii!

Pooh: I giant moon bee!

Piglet: Oh, d-d-d-dear!

Rabbit: I don't care what you say, there are no Grab-Me-Gotchas.

Gopher: B-B-B-But you saw him with your own eyes! We gotta get outta here, by dingy!

Rabbit: There is nothing that's going to make me budge from this spot... until morning. Grab-Me-Gotchas, indeed.

(All Yelling)

Rabbit: Gopher, don't...

(Crash)

Piglet: The moon must be a very scare place... for someone to be scared of me. What now, Pooh?

Pooh: (Whispering) I think, Piglet, from now on we're going to have to be... very, very... careful!

Piglet: Oh, my! Where are we now?

Pooh: (Gasps) We must be inside a giant moon bee honeycomb. And where there's honeycombs, there's bound to be... moon honey!

Piglet: I just hope there aren't any more giant bees.

Tigger: Well, how did I know you was gonna disguise yourselves too?

Rabbit: I told you there was no monster. It was just us scaring ourselves silly.

Gopher: Oh, yeah?

Pooh: Yooo... hooo!

Gopher: Then where are Pooh and Piglet? (Screams)

Pooh: Moon honey! Where are youuuu?

Gopher: Who goes there?

Pooh: (Gasps) Listen, Piglet. That must be the honey calling. Pooh.... goes... here!

Tigger: Goodness gracious! It's the Grab-Me-Gotcha!

Pooh: Tell us where you are! I'm very ready for... a large smackerel of something! (Chuckles)

Rabbit: It talks like Pooh.

Tigger: Well, of course it sounds like Pooh. You are what you grab, you know.

Gopher: And now it wants... us! Yii!

Rabbit: Uh, perhaps we should retreat a-and think this over.

Tigger: Never mind the retreats. Let's get outta here!

(All Screams)

Piglet: That honey doesn't sound very friendly, Pooh.

Pooh: I think you're right, Piglet. It is time to go home.

Piglet: But how do we go home before the moon fades away, Pooh?

Pooh: It seems to me... that since we had to go very up to get here, we're going to have to go very down to get home.

Piglet: But we "are" down, Pooh.

Pooh: But not down enough. What we need is a falling start. (Chuckles) We simply have to go up. Come along, Piglet. We're going home.

Piglet: Up? Down? Oh, dear.

Rabbit: I will admit there is something strange going on. But so far, the only monsters I've seen are you two.

Tigger: Just remember, Long Ears, it's always darkest before the lawn. Besides, we got one thing on our side that the other joker's missin'.

Rabbit: What's that?

Tigger: Me! And I got a foolproof plan for savin' our buddies.

Pooh: With this sort of falling start, we'll be down and home in no time.

(Cock Crows)

Piglet: Oh, here comes the sun!

Pooh: Get ready to fall.

Piglet: That's an awfully tall down for such a very small animal.

Pooh: Hmm. Piglet... uh, you're right. And I, uh... wouldn't want to fall without you.

Piglet: Pooh? Does the moon make a sort of... crinkly, crackly sound when it fades?

Pooh: Why do you ask, Piglet?

(All Yelling)

Tigger: Ooh-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! We'll scare the pants off... the first Grab-Me-Gotcha that walks in there.

Rabbit: For the last time, you're not going to catch anything... in that ridiculous trap because there is no such thing... as a Grab-Me-Gotcha.

(Crash)

Rabbit: (Screams) Help! Don't let it grab me! I surrender!

Gopher: Ha! Scaredy cat!

Piglet: Oh, Pooh, it worked. We're home.

Pooh: Yes. And being home from the moon... is just as sweet as the honey we didn't get. (Chuckles) Almost.

Tigger: What did you guys do with the monster?

Pooh: Why, we left them all on the moon.

Gopher: Hey, what's all this moon talk? Uh, weren't you grabbed by the Grab-Me-Gotcha?

Pooh: Uh, no. But we were chased... by all sorts of ugly moon creatures.

Piglet: Yes, there was this horrible little one with great big teeh, and a great big tall one with feelers coming out of his head... that looked like rabbit ears. But the worst were the giant bouncing bees... with stripes and beady little eyes. Oh, Tigger, I can't tell you how I am to be home.

Tigger: Bouncin' beady-eyed bees? Uh... nah, it couldn't be.

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear.

Tigger: Gotcha! Ooh-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Ending Credits[edit | edit source]

Produced by

WALT DISNEY

TELEVISION ANIMATION

"THE MONSTER FRANKENPOOH"

Producers

KEN KESSEL

ED GHERTNER

Supervising Director

KEN KESSEL

Story Editor

MARK ZASLOVE

Assistant Story Editors

CARTER CROCKER

BRUCE TALKINGTON

Story by

CARTER CROCKER

MARK ZASLOVE

Teleplay by

CARTER CROCKER

"THINGS THAT GO PIGLET IN THE NIGHT"

Producer/Director

KARL GEURS

Story Editor

MARK ZASLOVE

Assistant Story Editor

CARTER CROCKER

Story by

MARK ZASLOVE

Teleplay by

BRUCE TALKINGTON

"POOH MOON"

Producers

KEN KESSEL

ED GHERTNER

Supervising Director

KEN KESSEL

Story Editor

BRUCE TALKINGTON

Assistant Story Editor

CARTER CROCKER

Story by

EVELYN A-R GABAI

BRUCE TALKINGTON

Teleplay by

EVELYN A-R GABAI

BRUCE TALKINGTON

With the Talents of

PETER CULLEN

JOHN FIEDLER

MICHAEL GOUGH

KEN SANSOM

HAL SMITH

JIM CUMMINGS

as Winnie the Pooh

and

PAUL WINCHELL

as Tigger

Animation Directors

TERENCE HARRISON

JAMIE MITCHELL

Timing Directors

DAVE BRAIN

JOAN CASE

RICK LEON

JAMIE MITCHELL

MITCH ROCHON

BOB SHELLHORN

JAMES T. WALKER

Art Director

ED GHERTNER

Storyboard

DON CHRISTENSEN

GEORGE GOODE

HANK TUCKER

Character Design

LEONARD SMITH

Key Layout Design

JIM SCHLENKER

Key Background Stylist

PARO HOZUMI

Color Key Stylist

JILL STIRDIVANT

Assistant Producer

BARBARA FERRO

Supervising Timing Director

MIRCEA MANTTA

Overseas Animation Supervisors

DALE CASE

KEN KESSEL

JAMIE MITCHELL

Talent Coordinator

OLIVIA MINER

Songs Written and Produced by

STEVE NELSON

Music by

STEVE NELSON

&

THOM SHARP

Animation Production by

TMS ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

Animation Production by

WALT DISNEY ANIMATION

(AUSTRALIA) PTY, LTD.

Post Production Manager

SARA DURAN

Post Production Coordinator

BARBARA BECK

Track Reader

SKIP CRAIG

Supervising Editor

ELEN ORSON

Sound Effects Editor

ROY BRAVERMAN

Music Editor & Re-recording Mixer

ED BARTON

Managing Film Editor

RICH HARRISON

Supervising Editor

CHARLIE KING, M.P.S.E.

Sound Editor

RICK HINSON, M.P.S.E.

Assistant Editor

GLENN LEWIS

Production Assistants

JEFFREY ARTHUR

PEGGY BECKER

STEPHANIE ELLIOTT

WADE NASSIR

Script Coordinator

LEONA JERNIGAN

Archives Administrator

KRISTA BUNN

Art Coordinator

KAREN SILVA

*.

(C) 1995 THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY

ALL RIGHTS REVERSED

VHS Supplements[edit | edit source]

1995 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens June 19, 1992
2 Winnie the Pooh video promo September 8, 1995
3 Mickey's Fun Songs promo July 21, 1995
4 Disney's Sing-Along Songs promo June 30, 1995
5 Feature Program September 8, 1995
6 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
7 Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh September 8, 1995
8 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
9 The Monster Frankenpooh October 14, 1989
10 Things That Go Piglet in the Night November 19, 1988
11 Pooh Moon December 2, 1989
12 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988

1996 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens June 19, 1992
2 Winnie the Pooh video promo July 16, 1996
3 Spot the Dog promo July 16, 1996
4 Disney's Sing-Along Songs promo June 25, 1996
5 Trailer for Parachute Express: Come Sing with Us! July 16, 1996
6 Feature Program September 8, 1995
7 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
8 Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh September 8, 1995
9 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
10 The Monster Frankenpooh October 14, 1989
11 Things That Go Piglet in the Night November 19, 1988
12 Pooh Moon December 2, 1989
13 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988

1997 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens June 19, 1992
2 Promo for Ready to Read with Pooh July 22, 1997
3 Winnie the Pooh video promo July 22, 1997
4 Trailer for The Toys Who Saved Christmas August 26, 1997
5 Feature Program September 8, 1995
6 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
7 Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh September 8, 1995
8 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
9 The Monster Frankenpooh October 14, 1989
10 Things That Go Piglet in the Night November 19, 1988
11 Pooh Moon December 2, 1989
12 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988

1998 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens November 4, 1997
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
3 Winnie the Pooh video promo February 14, 1998
4 Spot the Dog promo February 14, 1998
5 Disney's Sing-Along Songs promo August 25, 1998
6 Trailer for Kiki's Delivery Service June 23, 1998
7 Trailer for Summer of the Monkeys (U.S. Release Only) August 25, 1998
8 Feature Program November 11, 1997
9 Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh September 8, 1995
10 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
11 The Monster Frankenpooh October 14, 1989
12 Things That Go Piglet in the Night November 19, 1988
13 Pooh Moon December 2, 1989
14 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988

1999 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens November 4, 1997
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
3 Trailer for Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas August 3, 1999
4 Trailer for Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving August 3, 1999
5 Promo for Disney's Halloween videos August 24, 1999
6 Feature Program February 23, 1999
7 Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh September 8, 1995
8 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
9 The Monster Frankenpooh October 14, 1989
10 Things That Go Piglet in the Night November 19, 1988
11 Pooh Moon December 2, 1989
12 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988

2000 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Blue warning screens August 15, 2000
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo June 19, 1992
3 Promo for Disney's Home for the Holidays Collection August 22, 2000
4 Video preview for The Tigger Movie August 22, 2000
5 Promo for the Winnie the Pooh Storybook Classics July 11, 2000
6 Trailer for Discover Spot June 6, 2000
7 Feature Program July 11, 2000
8 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
9 Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh September 8, 1995
10 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
11 The Monster Frankenpooh October 14, 1989
12 Things That Go Piglet in the Night November 19, 1988
13 Pooh Moon December 2, 1989
14 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988

2001 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Blue warning screens August 15, 2000
2 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo July 17, 2001
3 Trailer for Dumbo: 60th Anniversary Edition August 28, 2001
4 Trailer for The Book of Pooh August 28, 2001
5 Trailer for Rolie Polie Olie: A Jingle Jangle Holiday August 28, 2001
6 Trailer for Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse August 28, 2001
7 Promo for Disney's Halloween Haunts Videos August 28, 2001
8 Promo for Playhouse Disney (U.S. Release Only) July 17, 2001
9 Feature Program August 28, 2001
10 Winnie the Pooh: Frankenpooh September 8, 1995
11 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
12 The Monster Frankenpooh October 14, 1989
13 Things That Go Piglet in the Night November 19, 1988
14 Pooh Moon December 2, 1989
15 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988

2002 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Blue warning screens August 15, 2000
2 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo July 17, 2001
3 Trailer for Mickey's House of Villains March 19, 2002
4 Video preview for Monsters, Inc. January 29, 2002
5 Trailer for Beauty and the Beast: Platinum Edition July 23, 2002
6 Trailer for Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year March 19, 2002
7 Video preview for Lilo & Stitch August 27, 2002
8 Trailer for Rolie Polie Olie: The Great Defender of Fun August 27, 2002
9 Feature Program November 7, 2000
10 Winnie the Pooh: Spookable Pooh September 4, 1996
11 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
12 The Monster Frankenpooh November 7, 2000
13 Things That Go Piglet in the Night November 7, 2000
14 Pooh Moon November 7, 2000
15 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
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