1996-2001 VHS

2002 VHS

Release date[edit | edit source]

  • 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]

  • 6783 (1996-2001 VHS)
  • 27429 (2002 VHS)

List price[edit | edit source]

  • $12.99 (1996-2001 VHS)
  • $9.99 (2002-2004 VHS)

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Format[edit | edit source]

T-40 (Standard Play, NTSC)

Audio[edit | edit source]

Hi-Fi Stereo

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Subtitles[edit | edit source]

English (Closed Captioned)

Description[edit | edit source]

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Rain's splashing, thunder's crashing, and lightning's flashing! It's Pooh-fect weather for spooktacular fun that will have you howling for more! When it's too wet to play outside, Winnie the Pooh and his pals explore Christopher Robin's creaky old attic. It's way too much excitement for Piglet, but his adventure is only just beginning! Transported to a magical kingdom, timid PIglet must don shiny armor and fight the "dreadful dragon" in A Knight to Remember. In Rock-A-Bye Pooh Bear, a stormy nightmare proves to be no picnic for Piglet. Now he's afraid to go to sleep, and it's up to Pooh, Rabbit and Tigger to show their little friend that dreary dreams do not come true! It's a double dose of tricks and treats in these delightful stories that will bring shrieks of laughter, come rain or come shine!

Episodes[edit | edit source]

  1. A Knight to Remember
  2. Rock-a-bye Pooh Bear

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

Walt Disney Home Video

Opening Titles[edit | edit source]

Winnie the Pooh: Spookable Pooh

Episodes Titles[edit | edit source]

"A Knight to Remember"

Transcript[edit | edit source]


Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! It was nice of Christopher Robin to let us use his fun stuff while he's gone.

Rabbit: Yes, and it's too bad we're not having any fun.

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear!

Tigger: Fellow Piglet! Did you find something to do?

Piglet: Oh, hello, Tigger. I was just...

Tigger: No-no... don't tell me. Hmm. I've got it. You was hidin'n'seekin' and I seeked ya. I won and I didn't even I was playin'. Hoo-hoo.

Piglet: I wasn't really hiding, Tigger. You see the thunder...

Tigger: I'll say you wasn't hidin'. Here. Let me show you how. The only things Tiggers do better than seekin' is hidin'. There! Hoo! Now, I'll never find you, Piglet!

Pooh: Why... I believe Piglet's right here, Tigger.

Eeyore: Well, that was exciting. What we'll do now?

Tigger: There's all sorts of fun hidin' around this house. All we've gotta do is seek it.

Rabbit: And where, Pry Tail, are we supposed to start seeking?

Tigger: Say, Pooh Boy, you've seeked Piglet pretty good, so where do we go to seek out some fun?

Pooh: Hmm... well, it seems to me that we certainly can't seek out. Because out is so very wet it has to be out of the question.

Tigger: So, what's up, Pooh Boy?

Pooh: Uhm... up!

Piglet: Oh, dear! Isn't up closer to the thunder?

Eeyore: If you ask me, no that anybody is, Pooh means we might find something fun to do up in the attic.

Piglet: The attic, yikes! Isn't that the dark scary place where things go and are never seen again?

Rabbit: Don't be silly, Piglet. Attics're where things are stored for rainy day.

Piglet: Yeow!

Pooh: And that's today!

Rabbit: There's nothing to be frightened of, Piglet. Attics are full of awfully interesting things.

Pooh: I think it's the "awfully" part that worries him, Rabbit.

Eeyore: To make a long story short. Oh-oh.

Tigger: Hoo! We're gonna have fun just gettin' there.

Piglet: We are?

Tigger: Sure. We might even run into some spookables!

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

Rabbit: Don't be ridiculous, Tigger. There's absolutely nothing to fear... especially with Pooh leading the way.

(All) Pooh?

Pooh: Yes?

Rabbit: Yes, indeed. Pooh is, as Tigger pointed out, the best ever set seeker. It's only fair, you should have the honor of going first.

Piglet: Oh, are you eager to go first, Pooh?

Pooh: Yes, Piglet. It seems that I am... very slowly.

Eeyore: I'm glad no one thought about donkeys going first.

Rabbit: You go right ahead, Pooh?

(Door Closes)

Rabbit: My, that was close!

Piglet: Ohh, it's awfully dark in here.

Tigger: Don't worry, little Piglet, nothing can get us here.

Eeyore: Unless it got in here first.


Rabbit: Oh, my goodness gracious!

(All Screams)

Pooh: It appears this step is safe. (Chuckles) But noisy. Shall I go on? Rabbit! Tigger!

Rabbit: Faster!

(Door Closes Again)

Rabbit: That was close. Now we shouldn't have nothing to worry about.

(Door Knocking)

Tigger: If we're so safe, why is my heart still k-k-knocking?

Rabbit: That's not your heart knocking, it's... It's, ohh, oh my!

Eeyore: Somebody or something at the door.

Tigger: That's a relief. Hoo-hoo! For a second there I thought we were in trouble.

Rabbit: Tigger, no!

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear!


Pooh: Hello, everyone. Have I missed anything fun? (Chuckles)

Piglet: Oh, Pooh Bear.

Eeyore: Now that we're all here, what are we gonna do about it?

Rabbit: We're going to have some fun it it's the last thing we do.

Tigger: So, let's get busy and find some fun.

Piglet: If no one minds, I'll just wait here. Fun can be too much for very small snimals. Which I'm one.

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo. Dummy's comin' through.

(Piglet Screams)

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Piglet: Oh, dear! I'm trapped.

Tigger: Say, this thing is kinda hard to steer.

Piglet: Help!


Rabbit: Are you alright?

Tigger: I'm fine, but I can't find Piglet.

Pooh: You've found him, Tigger. You just didn't know it.

Tigger: What do ya know. Hoo-hoo! I was using my head the whole time. And I didn't feel a thing.

Pooh: And Piglet's found a friend.

Tigger: Say, there's a whole gang of little guys.

Eeyore: I think Piglet's found more than friends. He's discovered the way to spend our rainy afternoon.

Pooh: Congratulations. Piglet. I was sure you had it in you. Or perhaps I should say "had it on you." (Chuckles)

Rabbit: Chess is a wonderful game for a rainy day. But some of the pieces are missing.

Tigger: Yeah? Which ones?

Rabbit: Uh, which ones? Well, the magician is not here. And there's no bishop.

Tigger: Say, the bis-hop sounds like my kind of guy. Hoo-hoo.

Rabbit: And the knight is missing. A very important piece.

Pooh: Is there any way of un-missing them?

Rabbit: Well, I suppose we could look for them...

Piglet: Oh, you mean search the whole dark spooky attic?

Tigger: That's the idea, Piglet! We'll make an adventure out of it.

Piglet: Oh, good.

Rabbit: We'll split up and meet back here. Tigger, you look over there. Pooh, you go that way. Eeyore, you look over there and Piglet...

Piglet: Yes?

Rabbit: You'll go looking that old trunk of the missing knight.

Piglet: Oh, dear!

Rabbit: Alright, let's get crackling. The sooner we start, the sooner we finish.

Piglet: Unless we don't start at all.

Rabbit: Didn't anyone find anything?

Eeyore: I found this.

Rabbit: Eeyore, there aren't any dragons in the game of chess.

Eeyore: I suppose it all depends on the way you wanna play it.

Rabbit: Well, we can only hope Piglet found something.

Eeyore: I don't think he did.

Pooh: Why do you think that, Eeyore?

Eeyore: Because I just found Piglet.

Pooh: Hello, Piglet.

Piglet: Hello, Pooh. No missing knights under here. (Chuckles)

Tigger: Then there's no way we could play chess.

Pooh: Unless...

Rabbit: There's no unless, Pooh. How can we play with missing pieces?

Pooh: By playing the missing pieces.

Tigger: Are my ears on too tight or is fluff-boy makin' sense?

Pooh: And Piglet would play the missing knight.

Piglet: Me? But why?

Tigger: Because you are what you can't find. Hoo-hoo-hoo! Come on, Piglet. Let see what we can find for very small k-night. Now, that's what I call a k-night to remember.

Pooh: And all dressed up for a midnight smackerel.

Rabbit: Now let's hurry and get ready so we can get on with the game.

Eeyore: If you don't mind, we'll just sit here and tell each other what time it isn't.

Piglet: I can't be a knight. Knights are large, and strong, and b-b-brave. I'm just a very small piglet who hides under tables. I must find a knight. Oh, dear!

Rabbit: Well, are we all ready?

Pooh: As soon as we find our knight. Piglet! Where are you?

Piglet: Oh, dear, there's no one here. Now I'll have to play the knight.

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! K-night, come out come out wharever you are!

Piglet: Here I am, Tigger, wait for me. Oh-oh. Where am I?

Tigger: There you are, you sneaky little k-night. Hoo-hoo! I knew I'd find you.

Piglet: Tigger, what's happened?

Tigger: Tiggers! Where are they? Better still, what are they?

Piglet: Why, they... I mean, it's you.

Tigger: It is?

Piglet: Oh, yes. You're the one and only Tigger.

Tigger: I like the sound of that, but I'm not Tigger. I'm the Bishop of Bounce.

(Tigger Bouncing)

Tigger: See?

Piglet: Yikes!

Tigger: But you can call me Tigger, if you want to. It is a pretty spiffy name after all, hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo. And you, little k-night, are just what I'm looking for.

Piglet: I am?

Tigger: In fact, the whole kingdom's been lookin' for ya.

Piglet: I'm probably not gonna like the aswer to this, but I simply must ask: Why me?

Tigger: How are we supposed to fight the dragon without a k-night in shiny armor?

Piglet: Dragon? Oh, dear! You want me to fight a what?

(Dragon Distressed)

Tigger: A one of them, a dreadful dragon.

Piglet: (Chuckles) I really don't think I can fight a dreadful dragon.

Tigger: You're a k-night, aren't ya?

Piglet: Oh no, not at all.

Tigger: That's shiny armor you're wearin', isn't it?

Piglet: Well, yes but...

Tigger: And k-nights in shiny armor fight dreadful dragons.

Piglet: Well, yes but...

Tigger: Then come on! I've been lookin' for a k-night like you whole day. Hoo-hoo!


Rabbit: You dare bounce a great wizard? Do you want me to turn you into a snail?

Tigger: Yeah, yeah. Hoo-hoo! But later, I got to get this k-night to his Royal Kingness.

Rabbit: Must be spring. The knights are getting shorter. Before the... interruption I was about to conjure up one myself. So if you excuse me... Oh, great hoaxes and mighty what not hear my magic words. Pile of potato, field of corn...

Tigger: Say, not half bad, not even a quarter bad.

Rabbit: Carrot cake, can of vegetables stew bring us a knight who fight dragons, too.


Rabbit: Well, ribbit... where's the knight? Where is he? Oh no, oh my, I'm a frog! A frog! Ribbit. What went wrong?

Tigger: See around a lily pond, oh great wizard. Come on, k-night, I've gotta get you to his Royal Poohness, the King of all Chessland.

Piglet: King who?

Tigger: King Pooh, that's who. Hoo-hoo-hoo.

(Pooh Snoring)

Tigger: Greetings, you Royal Royaltiness.

Pooh: Oh, is lunch served?

Tigger: No, you most lonely highness. I bring you good news. I bring you one dragon slayer to go!

Pooh: How very nice. You've come to fight the dragon who's been such a bother to us all?

Piglet: Well, uhm, no... actually, I was just passing through and...

(Dragon Distressed)

Piglet: Oh my, would you look at the time, I really must be going. If I'm not back soon, start the dragon fight without me.

Gopher: Eh, can't go slayin' dragons dressed like that. Not no, sir. That won't do. Yep, I can see possbilities here.

Piglet: Oh, I don't know about this.

Gopher: That's one top of a line dragon fightin' outfit. Notice the quality fabric. The lowecut hemline. All the rage and scare.

Tigger: It's you, k-night Piglet, it's you. Just look at how that shiny silveriness sets off your eyes.

Rabbit: No! No-no-no! You dare swat a wizard? Hmm, the nerve!

Gopher: Hmm, this set of armor is missin' something.

Piglet: Perhaps someone else to wear it?

Gopher: Jump and crawl daddies, I know! What you need is a shield.

Rabbit: A shield is all well and good, but to fight a dragon, he needs a magic shield.

Piglet: If you'll excuse me, I really do have to be somewhere.

Pooh: Somewhere where?

Piglet: Somewhere else?

Gopher: Hmm, ok, a magic shield, but no chartreuse, I simply will not touch chartreuse. By dingy, a shield as good as this don't need any magic mambo jambo.

Rabbit: Hmm, without my magic it's just a silly pile of metal.

Gopher: I'm the shield expert around here.

Rabbit: And I'm the wiz at Wizardry.

Piglet: Oh, keep telling yourself Piglet: "it's just a dream, it's just a dream."

Tigger: Don't look now, but we're short one short k-night. Here boy, here knighty k-night.

Pooh: Why, I do believe I see a knight now and he's crawling toward the door.

Piglet: It's just a dream, it's just a dream.

Tigger: Look how bad he wants to fight that dreadful dragon.

Piglet: If you'll excuse me, I think my horse is double parked.

Gopher: E-e-e. Doesn't seem too likely, since the horses haven't been invented yet.

(Dragon Distressed)

Pooh: perhaps you might save my kingdom now, while there is still a kingdom to save?

Rabbit: First, I must cast the magic spell to make your shield unbreakable. Halakazam and halabaloo, make this shield strong, as ten shields times two. Uh, some days it doesn't pay to get out of the nest.

(Dragon Distressed)

Tigger: Hurry, your k-nightiness. We're runnin' out of time. Not to mention castles.

Rabbit: No, no, no. I have one last spell. The most powerful spell of all. It will turn you into the largest, most heroic knight ever. However...

Piglet: Dear...

Rabbit: ...this spell will only work once, so do not use it until you absolutely must. You simply repeat these words: Magnificent magic, most mysterious, make meek me make a monster into mozzarella marmalade. What is going wrong with these spells?

Pooh: Oh, don't feel badly, I can't spell very well, either.

(Dragon Distressed)

Piglet: Magnificent m-m-magic, m-m-most mysterious, oh my. I'm just going to have to put my very small foot down and say. I'm not a real knight and so I cannot fight your dragon. I'm sorry, but that's just the way it is. Everyone, there's something I must say.

Pooh: Yes, and so you shall, as soon as we've said what we must say.

Rabbit: You're our only hope!

Gopher: You've gotta save us!

Tigger: If you don't make marmalade out of that monster, we'll be in a real jam.

Pooh: And when you come back, I'll be happy to name you " The knight to remember." And now, what did you have to say?

Piglet: Ah... which way to the dragon?

(All) That way!

Piglet: Very well. I'll do it. It'll be an honor to fight the dragon and save the kingdom.

(Door Closes)

(Dragon Distressed)

Piglet: Marvelous m-m-music, make me meek as marmalade. Oh dear. I hope that dragon doesn't mind my dropping in like this.


Piglet: Oh, he must be away on a visit, I'll come back later.

(Dragon Distressed)

Piglet: Oh d-d-dear! Macaroni marmalade, uh, mocking bird milk shake... This isn't so very terrible. Could use a few curtains and maybe some flowers.

(Dragon Distressed)

Piglet: I must remember I'm a b-b-brave and f-f-fearless knight.

(Dragon Distressed Again)

Piglet: It's up to m-m-me to save the kingdom. Yikes! Help! You have nothing at all to f-f-fear, Piglet. Not with your m-m-magic shield which cannot be b-b-broken.

(Dragon Distressed)

Piglet: I suppose I really should expect this from a wizard who turn himself into frogs. M-m-magnificent m-m-mustard m-m-mismatch m-m-mushrooms m-m-moonstruck m-m-miracles... Magnificent magic, most mysterious, make meek me make a monster into mozzarella marmalade. Oh no, it didn't work. I'm still me.

Eeyore: Worked for one of us, anyway.

Piglet: Who are you?

Eeyore: Formerly Eeyore the Dragon, now just plain old Eeyore.

Piglet: You're the dragon?

Eeyore: Was. Got myself turned into one last week. That's the trouble with this place, never know what you're gonna get turned into. Eternally grateful. Don't suppose I'll ever be able to repay you.

Piglet: I believe I may know a way.

(Trumpet Knight)

Pooh: Brave Piglet, who rescued us from the dragon and saved the kingdom and all before lunch. I name you, before I forget, "The Knight to Remember".

Piglet: Oh, it's all in the knight's work.

Pooh: And now, Piglet, is there anything we can do for you?

Piglet: Well...

Pooh: To grant the wish of knight to remember, Piglet, the knight to remember is now Eeyore.

Eeyore: Words fail me.

Piglet: (Chuckles) If you'll excuse me, I really must get back to my trunk.

Pooh: Good bye, knight.

Tigger: Good bye k-night. Here, Piglet Piglet. Here Piglet Piglet.

Rabbit: Piglet, where are you?

Tigger: Why you're hidin' yourself in there?

Piglet: Oh, but I was hiding, I was...

Rabbit: It's only a bit of rainstorm.

Eeyore: Nothing to be too scared of.

Piglet: Uh, I'm not. I was just...

Pooh: Was it perhaps, Piglet, that you're too timid to be our knight?

Piglet: Well, yes Pooh, (Chuckles) I was. But I'm not anymore.

Rabbit: Then come along everyone, let's finish this chess game.

(Dragon Distressed)

Intervals[edit | edit source]

Next, Piglet's imagination runs wild in "Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear."

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

"Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear"

Transcript[edit | edit source]

Piglet: My, isn't this lovely day for a picnic?

Rabbit: Well, when my ears wigwag like this, it means it's going to rain cats and dogs.

Pooh: Oh bother. I hope they bring their own lunch.

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo. That ears of yours must be under frets, Bunny Boy. 'Cause the only thing that clouds are full of is sunshine. Just to make sure that picnic won't get rusty, I'll grab a closer look. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Piglet: Oh dear. What if he never comes down.

Rabbit: Oh, nonsense. Tigger wouldn't dream of missing my latest vegetable masterpiece. I call it "Carrot o'cart.

Piglet: Pooh, this is t-t-terrible.

Pooh: I don't think so, Piglet. I still have a small smackerel. Yoo hoo, honey... Piglet!

Piglet: Oh dear. Pooh, Rabbit, Tigger, where are you?

(Thunderstorm Clouds)

Piglet: Help, Pooh, help! Pooh, help, where are you?

Pooh: Piglet, where are you not going in such a hurry?

Piglet: I dreamed we went on a picnic and I lost you, Rabbit, and Tigger. I hope my dream never comes true.

Pooh: Of course it won't come true, Piglet. A dream can't come true while you're awake.

Piglet: Are you sure, Pooh?

Pooh: As sure as it's time for breakfast.

(Rabbit Yawns)

Rabbit: My, my. Today simply flew by. I'm looking forward to bed time.

Piglet: Bed time?

Tigger: Yeah. You know, Piglet. Bed, sleepy bye, dreams...

Piglet: Dreams? Oh dear. But it's really quite early, yet.

Pooh: It certainly seems like an awfully late early to me.

Piglet: Why, not at all, Pooh. I'm sure there's someone in the Hundred Acre Wood just sitting down to breakfast.

Pooh: Breakfast?

Rabbit: But it too early for breakfast.

Pooh: There's only one way to find out for sure.

Rabbit: Is it time for bed, yet?

Piglet: Well, of course not, Rabbit. We're hardly done with breakfast. There's a whole new day ahead of us.

Pooh: A new day? Oh, Rabbit, you wouldn't happen to have a very small something to...

Rabbit: All I have, Pooh Bear, is a very large mess to clean up.

Piglet: Oh, don't worry about a thing, Rabbit. Pooh, Tigger, and I will help you clean up. There's lots of things we can do besides go to bed.

Tigger: You're right, little Piglet. And we can celebrate with a picnic when we're done.

Piglet: Picnic?

Rabbit: Well, I don't think a picnic is a good idea. When my ears twitch like this, it's a sure sign of rain.

Piglet: Ears? Rain? Oh dear! It certainly is a very small bed for such a very frightening dream.

(Door Knocking)

Pooh: Hello, Piglet. You ran away so quickly I forgot to say good night. Good night and pleasant dreams.

Piglet: Dreams? Yikes. No Pooh, don't leave. It's not going to be a good night. I'm afraid to go to sleep 'cause when I wake up my dream'll have come true and I'll be left all alone.

Pooh: Or perhaps that won't happen if I stay awake with you tonight.

Piglet: Oh, Pooh, would you?

Pooh: I'm sure the dream will find it much too crowed here and go away. Perhaps we should discuss something cheerful to keep ourselves up. Like honey... hives... bees.

Piglet: Oh dear.

Pooh: Oh bother. This staying awake all night is awfully hard work, isn't it, Piglet?

Piglet: Uhm, yes Pooh, it is.

Pooh: I don't suppose a teeny tiny nap could be arranged? After all, whoever heard of a night mare coming true in a day time?

Piglet: But we can't sleep now, Pooh. We promised Rabbit we'd help clean up his house. And a promise is a promise after all.


Piglet: I must stay awake so that dream won't take my friends away.

Rabbit: If Piglet doesn't get some rest soon he's going to wear me out.

Pooh: But he's afraid to go to sleep. He had a scary dream.

Rabbit: We're going to have to get Piglet nappy without him knowing it. I know. Counting sheep will do it every time.

Pooh: But we haven't got any sheep.

Tigger: Don't worry, Pooh Bear. Pullin' a wool over Piglet's eyes is what Tiggers do the best. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo.

Rabbit: You know, Piglet, if you look hard enough you might see more than just corn in this field.

Tigger: Baa. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo. Baa.

Pooh: Look Piglet. There's a sheep. And another. And another. I wonder how many there are.

Piglet: There's one.

Pooh: That's one.

Piglet: There's another one.

(Tigger Bouncing)

Piglet: Oh dear. Tigger?

Tigger: Sorry, Little Piglet. But if this keeps up Ipll be snoozin' before you will.

Rabbit: Do you feel at all sleepy, Piglet?

Piglet: No, not a bit. Now, if you'll all excuse me, I'm gonna go take a nice five hour ice cold bath.

Rabbit: Oh well, what are we going to do?

Pooh: Well, if staying awake makes Piglet feel safe perhaps we should just make him think he's asleep.

Rabbit: Yes. Then we can show him he's not going to loose us. What a wonderful idea, Pooh.

Piglet: Oh... We both know I'm never going to sleep in you again.

Tigger: Bouncers away!

Piglet: Am I dreamin'?

Tigger: Not yet. But sure a shootin' star as you will be 'cause I'm the Sandman.

Piglet: Oh no. I must be asleep.

Tigger: Nighty night. Don't let the bedybugs bite.

Rabbit: And now's our chance.

Pooh: Why hello Piglet. Are you ready to go on your picnic?

Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear. The dream. It's back.

Rabbit: Oh my. There's going to be an awful storm.

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo. Great goin' Bunny Boy. You almost got me fooled.

Rabbit: I'm not kiddin' Tigger. There's going to be a monster storm.

Tigger: Anything you say, Long Ears. OK, Buddy Bear, you're on.

Pooh: Goodness me, where has everyone gone? I do wish someone, preferably a very small someone, would find me.

(Thunderstorm Clouds)

Pooh: Oh bother.

Tigger: Say, I don't remember us puttin' that in Piglet's dream.

Rabbit: No, we didn't.

(Thunderstorm Clouds)

Piglet: Oh, this dream is even worse than the last time.

Rabbit: It is?

Piglet: Yes, and you all'll be leaving me any moment now.

Pooh: Don't worry, Piglet, (Chuckles) we're not going to leave you. Because this is not.

(Wind Blowing)

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo...

Piglet: Oh no! There goes Tigger.

(Rabbit Screams)

Piglet: And Rabbit. Oh Pooh, don't let go.

Pooh: Don't worry, Piglet. I can't let go. I'm not hanging on. Ooooh bother...

(Thunderstorm Clouds)

Piglet: Oh, dear, I've been left all alone. Guess I better get used to talking to myself. Since I dreamed all my friends out of existense.

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Piglet: Tigger?


Tigger: Piglet, you found me! Say, where are Pooh Boy and Rabbit?

Piglet: Oh dear. Come along Tigger. We better find them before my dream ends and they're lost forever.

Tigger: Uhm, Piglet. There's somethin' you oughta know.

Piglet: Not now, Tigger. We have to hurry.

Tigger: Are you sure we'll find Long Ears in this mess?

Piglet: Oh yes. If we find carrots we'll find Rabbit. Oh, look.

Rabbit: Oh my.

Piglet: Rabbit are you alright?

Rabbit: Yes. And I'm certainly glad you found me, Piglet.

Piglet: This certainly is a strange dream.

Rabbit: Where's Pooh?

Piglet: Well, according to my dream, he's stuck inside his honey pot somewhere.

Rabbit: P-p-piglet, this isn't...

Pooh: Joo-hoo! Hello! Has anyone seen anything?



Piglet: Pooh! Oh Pooh, I did it. And I found you all. I wouldn't mind at all if this dream came true.

Rabbit: But your dream did come true, Piglet.

Tigger: Well, you see, Piglet, your dream which was really our dream, which turned out not to be a dream after all, came true.

Piglet: It did?

Pooh: Yes! And you lived happily ever after. (Chuckles) And just in time for breakfast.

Rabbit: Now you can go to sleep without being scared, Piglet.

Piglet: That's because I know my friends will always be here when the dream ends.

Tigger: Yeah. Any snoozer under the sun knows that friends are real and dreams ain't.

Piglet: What do you think, Pooh?

(Pooh Snoring)

Ending Credits[edit | edit source]

Produced by




Producers/Supervising Director


Story Editor


Assistant Story Editor


Written by







Story Editor


Assistant Story Editor


Written by



With the Talents of







as Winnie the Pooh

Animation Director


Timing Directors







Art Director







Character Design


Key Layout Design



Prop Design


Key Background Stylist


Color Key Stylist


Assistant Producers



Supervising Timing Directors



Talent Coordinator


Songs Written and Produced by


Music by




Animation Production by



Animation Supervisor


Animation Directors




Layout Director


Layout Artists

YOSH BARRY                       SCOTT BENNETT

ZHIGIANG DING                              JOHN HILL

VICTOR JUY                              STEVE LYONS


BUN UNG                               KEVIN WOTTON


ROWEN AVON-SMITH                    TV BOSCO


GEOFF COLLINS                            DICK DINN




MORRIS LEE                         HELEN McADAM


KEVIN PEATY                            CAROL SEIDL






Assistant Supervisors




Background Supervisor


Background Artists






Production Supervisor


Post Production Manager


Post Production Supervisor


Post Production Coordinator


Track Reader


Managing Film Editor


Supervising Editor


Sound Editor


Assistant Editors



Apprentice Editors



Production Assistants





Script Coordinator


Archives Administrator


Art Coordinator





VHS Supplements[edit | edit source]

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: Spookable Pooh September 4, 1996
9 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
10 A Knight to Remember October 20, 1990
11 Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear August 25, 1990
12 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: Spookable Pooh September 4, 1996
8 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
9 A Knight to Remember October 20, 1990
10 Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear August 25, 1990
11 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: Spookable Pooh September 4, 1996
10 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
11 A Knight to Remember October 20, 1990
12 Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear August 25, 1990
13 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: Spookable Pooh September 4, 1996
8 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
9 A Knight to Remember October 20, 1990
10 Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear August 25, 1990
11 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: Spookable Pooh September 4, 1996
10 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
11 A Knight to Remember October 20, 1990
12 Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear August 25, 1990
13 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 Playhouse Video promo (U.S. Release Only) July 17, 2001
9 Feature Program August 28, 2001
10 Winnie the Pooh: Spookable Pooh September 4, 1996
11 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
12 A Knight to Remember October 20, 1990
13 Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear August 25, 1990
14 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 A Knight to Remember October 20, 1990
13 Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear August 25, 1990
14 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
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