1995-2001 VHS

Release date[edit | edit source]

  • January 13, 1995
  • January 9, 1996
  • February 14, 1998
  • January 5, 1999
  • January 11, 2000
  • January 9, 2001
  • January 8, 2002

Stock Number[edit | edit source]

  • 3706 (1995-2001 VHS)
  • 24200 (2002 VHS)

List price[edit | edit source]

  • $12.99 (1995-2001 VHS)
  • $9.99 (2002 VHS)

Aspect ratio[edit | edit source]

4:3

Format[edit | edit source]

T-40 (Standard Play, NTSC)

Audio[edit | edit source]

Hi-Fi Stereo

Language(s)[edit | edit source]

English

Subtitles[edit | edit source]

English (Closed Captioned)

Description[edit | edit source]

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

1995-2002 VHS[edit | edit source]

It's the time of year when Pooh and his pals like to show how much they care. But Rabbit insists they cancel Valentine's Day because of the flood of cards that littered the Hundred Acre Wood last year! Reluctantly, everyone agrees, until someone anonymously sends Pooh a pot of honey. ALSO INCLUDES -- the charming "The Three Little Piglets!"

Episode[edit | edit source]

  1. Un-Valentine's Day
  2. Three Little Piglets

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

Walt Disney Home Video

Opening Titles[edit | edit source]

Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day

Episodes Titles[edit | edit source]

"Un-Valentine's Day"

Transcript[edit | edit source]

Gopher: What's this all about?

Piglet: I hope it's nothing bad.

Pooh: Is it time for lunch yet?

Tigger: I can touch my nose with my tongue.

Owl: Oh, my.

Rabbit: Quiet! Quiet down, everyone. I called this meeting for a very serious reason. It's that time of year again.

Pooh: Oh, no! Not that time of year already. Exactly what "that time of year" is it?

Rabbit: Valentine's day.

(All Gasps)

Rabbit: We must avoid the terrible fiasco that look place last year.

Tigger: Absitively, posilootly, long ears. But just one thing. What terrible fiasco are we talking about?

Rabbit: Tigger, allow me to refresh your memory. Too many cards were given last year. The zillion valentines is more than any one animal can use.

Owl: Oh, my. They were all about, weren't they?

Gopher: That's right. They stopped up my tunnels.

(Sneezed)

Tigger: Yeah. My house was a terrible mess. Why, I couldn't even find it. Anybody seen it lately?

Rabbit: And most of the blame can be placed on just one of us. A certain bear who shall remain nameless but whose initials are Winnie the Pooh.

Pooh: Hmm! That sounds familiar, but I can't quite place the face.

Rabbit: Whanever anyone gave him one valentine, he responded with three.

Gopher: Mmph! I had 40 bushels.

Owl: I received 200,000, at least.

Tigger: Oh, yeah? Well, I got an even quadzillion and one. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! I wonder how many that is.

Pooh: Well, now that that's solved, shouldn't we get down to important matters? Like giving valentines.

Rabbit: Pooh, you must learn to control yourself.

Pooh: (Chuckles) But I can't help it. I just like to show how much I care. In fact, Happy Valentine's Day, Rabbit.

Rabbit: (Sighs) It's hopeless. Pooh, I'm afraid there's only one thing left to do.

Pooh: (Gasps) You're going to give me a valentine? Oh, thank you.

Rabbit: No! We must cancel Valentine's Day.

Tigger: (Gasps) Really?

Kanga: Oh, my.

Roo: Golly.

Pooh: (Gasps) Cancel Valentine's Day?!

Rabbit: There's no other way. The situation calls for drastic measures. We should follow the example set by Eeyore last year.

Piglet: But Eeyore didn't send any valentines last year.

Rabbit: Exactly. That way, nobody's feelings will be hurt. And nobody will be buried by unwanted cards. I want everyone to promise that not even a teeny, tiny valentine gift will be given.

Kanga: Oh, all right.

Roo: Well, me too.

Pooh: Oh, bother.

Rabbit: So, it's official. Valentine's Day is cancelled.

(Pooh Humming)

(Door Knocking)

Pooh: Now, who could that be? (Gasps) A valentine gift for me? Oh, my. Someone broke their promise. I'm quite certain it wasn't me. I would remember giving myself a gift as wonderful as this. Unless, of course, I did it when I wasn't around. It must be from my best friend, Piglet. He really shouldn't have. But I'm glad he did. I must give him something as wonderful in return. Perhaps a jar of honey! But I'd better not tell anyone. Including me. (Whispering) I've never been known for keeping a secret.

(Door Knocking)

Piglet: Yes?

Pooh: Piglet, you promised not to do it.

Piglet: I'm sorry, Pooh. I promise not to do it again. What do I do?

Pooh: You gave me a wonderful jar of honey. As a valentine gift.

Piglet: I did?

Pooh: And if you ever do such a thing again, I shall have no choice but to... ...thank you, again. Happy Valentine's Day, Piglet. I'm sorry it's only half full. But it was a long trip.

Piglet: Oh, thank you, Pooh. But I can't keep it.

Pooh: Why not?

Piglet: Because I didn't get you anything. You, my best friend.

Pooh: Oh, that's all right, Piglet. Keep it anyway. (Whispering) Only, please, don't tell anyone about it. Oh, my. If the honey wasn't from my best friend, Piglet, then from what best friend was it from? I never remembered Valentine's Day to be so confusing. I must find the real valentine giver and give him a piece of my mind. And a valentine.

Piglet: Oh, dear. Now I have to make Pooh a valentine too, or he'll think I'm ungrateful. I do hope Rabbit doesn't find out. Oh, dear. Oh, dear!

(Door Closes)

Roo: Mama, isn't that Pooh?

Kanga: Now Roo, dear, it isn't polite to bother someone when they're pretending to be a mailbox.

Pooh: A mailbox for secret valentines only, if you please. Oh, bother. My disguise doesn't seem to be working.

Roo: I think the mailbox is sad, Mama.

Kanga: Maybe a valentine would cheer him up. But don't tell Rabbit.

Pooh: Think. Think. Think.

Piglet: I do hope Pooh likes the valentine cake I made him. And I do hope no one sees me. What was that?

Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Hiya, Piglet, pal! What's up?

Piglet: Up?

Tigger: Yeah, you know: P-U. Up.

Piglet: Oh, nothing. Certainly not a cake. Did I say "cake"? I meant, "awfully late."

Tigger: Late? Later for what?

Piglet: Oh, we must be late for something. Breakfast?

Tigger: I had breakfast already, Piglet.

Piglet: (Chuckles) Well, you can never have too many breakfasts, I always say.

(Splutter)

Owl: I say, how strange for snow to fall on such a clear day. Especially warm, sweet snow. With raspberry hearts. "From Piglet." Oh, how nice. Piglet sent me a valentine cake. Why, I haven't been so moved since Aunt Lucille tried to teach me to fly by kicking me out of the nest. Unfortunately, I was still in my egg at the time. (Clears Throat) I must reciprocate Piglet's generous offering with a valentine of my own. Secretly, of course. I wonder, what does one get a very small animal? Ah! Yes, I know. A very small valentine.

(Door Closes)

Tigger: Yeah, ice cream sundaes and eegs sounds good. But what I could really use for breakfast is...

(Crash)

Piglet: Yipe. Oh, dear.

Tigger: Piglet? Piglet? Hmm. What's this? (Laughing) Buddy bird got me a valentine cake. Well, I gotta get old feather duster something too. But first, I better get rid of this evidence before Rabbit sees it. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Rabbit: (Strains) Back. Back! There. Finally.

(Door Knocking)

Rabbit: For me? A gift? How nice. Oh, no. It's a valentine. Not again!

(Rumbling)

Rabbit: Oh, no. No! No! Pooh Bear!

Piglet: I do hope Pooh likes the valentine I got him. Oh, dear. Maybe I should have given him candy instead.

(Piglet Screams)

Gopher: And one for Pooh, and one for Piglet. And... (Screams) I'm not sending any valentines. I'm... I'm mail ordering for a ball-peen carburettor. Honest. (Chuckles)

Owl: And I'm catching up on my corrispondences. Lots of relatives, you know.

Pooh: (Whispering) Good. My new and improved disguise is working.

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

(Gopher Screams)

Tigger: Hey. What are you guys doing?

Gopher: Not sending valentines.

Owl: Not sending valentines. We wouldn't think of it.

Gopher: Nope, not us. No way.

Tigger: Yeah, well it's a good thing. We promised Rabbit. I'm just mailing it to myself.

Kanga: Excuse us.

(All Screams)

Kanga: It's a secret.

Roo: Gee, Rabbit. Didn't you bring a valentine too?

Rabbit: And just what is going on here?

Pooh: Oh, bother.

(Piglet Screams)

(Crash)

Piglet: Happy Valentine's Day, Rabbit?

Roo: And Tigger sent me and Owl, and Gopher and Pooh.

Gopher: It wasn't me! They all...

Rabbit: Order! (Clears Throat) Clearly, there's only one of us of so very little brain that he'd start this up again and break hs "no valentines" promise. Pooh. Why did you do it?

Pooh: But I didn't, Rabbit. Someone else broke it first and I just broke it some more.

Rabbit: (Gasps) Someone else? Then that someone else has to be someone else in this room.

Piglet: Yes, it was me. i did it. I'm sorry.

Rabbit: Ah-ha! And why did you send the valentine, Piglet?

Piglet: Well, you see, I... (Chuckles) Actually, it wasn't me.

Rabbit: Then why did you confess?

Piglet: I'm not very good under pressure.

Owl: We must get to the bottom of this.

Tigger: Say, who's the guilty party around here?

Roo: Who broke the promise, Mama?

Gopher: Speak up, whoever you are.

Kanga: Why, I don't know, dear.

Rabbit: Order. Order. Order!

Pooh: Perhaps it was someone who didn't know about our promise. Someone like Christopher Robin.

(Gasps)

Rabbit: Pooh, you're right. He didn't know. It must have been him.

Tigger: If Christopher Robin's sending cards, we're gonna have to send him one, too. In self-defence.

Piglet: Right.

Gopher: We should.

Pooh: I thought I saw a card around here somewhere.

Rabbit: No. No!

(Crash)

Rabbit: Oh, my.

Kanga: This won't do.

Gopher: This card's for Groundhog's Day.

Owl: Where did this come from?

Tigger: Say, these are all used valentines. We gotta have a new one for Christopher Robin.

Pooh: One like this? (Chuckles) It's an extra I had.

Tigger: It's terrifical, buddy bear! (Laughing) But it's kind of on the scrawny side. We need a valentine so gigantical, it'll hold all our friendship and then some.

Piglet: Maybe we could act out Pooh's card. Then it would be like a real-life valentine with all of us in it. (Chuckles)

Rabbit: Piglet! That's a wonderful idea. Why didn't I think of it?

Roo: A living valentine.

Tigger: What a lovely idea, Piglet dear.

Rabbit: A project like this will require organization, skilled planning and leadership. Obviously a job for... (Clears Throat) Action! I said action!

Tigger: Happy Valentine's Day, Mrs Kanga, ma'am.

Kanga: Well, thank you Tigger, dear.

Rabbit: Tigger, what are you doing? That isn't romance.

Tigger: Well, sure it is, long ears. You always bounce the one you love. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Rabbit: Here. Use these.

Tigger: Say, not bad. Could use a little mustard, though. Have a taste, Mrs Kanga.

Rabbit: No, no, no. You give them to her to hold. And then you give her a big kiss.

Tigger: (Gasps) A kiss? Oh, no. Anything but that! Anything but a kiss! Couldn't I just shake her pouch?

Rabbit: No. You must kiss her. You want to be in Christopher Robin's valentine, don't you?

Tigger: Well... OK.

(Smooch)

Rabbit: (Bleech) That's it. You're fired, Tigger. Fired. You obviously don't have what it takes. This part calls for someone with talent. Someone like...

(Pooh Humming)

Rabbit: Here you are.

Pooh: (Gasps) For me? Why, thank you, Rabbit. I'm touched.

Rabbit: That's not a gift, Pooh. They're for the show.

Pooh: Yes, but it's a nice thought, anyway.

Rabbit: Since when does a valentine need gunpowder?

Tigger: Since I took over the special defects. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Rabbit: And then Cupid flies in and... Where's Cupid?

Piglet: I'm Cupid, bringer of love. Rabbit, wouldn't a very small animal, such as myself, be better playing a very small part?

Rabbit: Nonsense, Piglet! You were born to play Cupid. Besides, you're the right colour for it. Now, let's see your arrow shooting.

(Piglet Screams)

Owl: Oh, magnificent. He flies like the very wind itself.

(Crash)

Rabbit: No, no. You must feel the music. Now, once more with feeling. Well, I felt it. Ten minutes to show time.

Tigger: Make up.

(Pooh Coughing)

Tigger: Make up.

(Piglet Coughing)

Rabbit: It's...

Tigger: Make up.

Rabbit: ...Show time. (Coughing) Excuse me. Pardon us. Excuse us. Pardon us.

Christopher Robin: (Chuckles) What's going on, Rabbit?

Rabbit: Here we are. 13D. (Clears Throat) Ladies and gentleman. Rabbit presents a Rabbit production of: Rabbit's Valentine to Christopher Robin.

Christopher Robin: (Chuckles) To me?

Rabbit: Directed by Rabbit, Written by Rabbit, from an original idea by Rabbit, based on a notion by Rabbit, starring the others. Oh, yes. Original music composed by Rabbit, too. (Whispering) Cupid. That's your cue.

(Piglet Screams)

(Crash)

Piglet: I...

Owl: (Whispering) I am Cupid, bringer of love.

Piglet: I...

Owl: I am Cupid, bringer of... Oh, my.

Piglet: I am Cupid!

Rabbit: That was not in the script.

(Wind Blowing)

Rabbit: Where does the script say, "orchestra blows away"? Where?

Pooh: Kanga. (Chuckles) I give you these... Oh, bother.

Kanga: Oh, isn't that sweet. Thank you, dear.

Pooh: (Whispering) I must not have read the script closely becuse I don't remember this part. It is Valentine's Day, Kanga, and in the air, there is...

Piglet: I am Cupid!

Pooh: Piglet? And a Gopher? And a Roo? Not to mention an Owl.

Rabbit: Tigger! The curtain!

Tigger: Time for the big finish. You've got it, buddy boy.

Piglet: I am Cupid!

Rabbit: No, no, no! Tigger!

Tigger: One big finish coming up! Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Pooh: (Whispering) What do we do now, Rabbit?

Piglet: I am Cupid!

(Exploding)

Rabbit: My show! It was an absolute...

Christopher Robin: (Chuckles) Absolute success... The best comedy I've ever seen.

Rabbit: Comedy? But it wasn't a... A comedy? Of course, it was a comic valentine. I'm very glad you liked it, Christopher Robin.

Christopher Robin: Liked it? It was the greatest valentine ever. These ones I got you aren't as nice.

Tigger: Hey, thanks.

Pooh: Oh, thank you, Christopher Robin.

Owl: Oh, I say, thank you.

Kanga: Why, thank you, dear.

Gopher: Thanks.

Roo: Thanks, Christopher Robin.

Rabbit: Well, if you think this was good, just wait until you see next year's show.

Piglet: I am Cupid, bringer of love. Ah, Pooh, something's bothering me. If Christopher Robin gave you a card this morning, why did he give you another one just now?

Pooh: I suppose, Piglet, he forget. Although it's usually me who does the forgetting.

Eeyore: Hello, Pooh. How'd you like the valentine I left you? Not that I expect any ballyhoo, mind you.

Piglet: You mean it was you who left Pooh the jar of honey this morning?

Eeyore: Yup. Felt bad not joining in the fun last year. Thought I'd do something about it this year.

Piglet: Oh, my.

Eeyore: I remembered the way Pooh got everybody running around, all excited-like. Showing how much they cared for each other. Made me wish I could do that. Not that an Eeyore ever really could, mind you.

Piglet: (Chuckles) Oh, but you did, Eeyore.

Pooh: (Chuckles) Yes, you certainly did.

Intervals[edit | edit source]

Stay tuned as Pooh on his friends tell their version of "The Three Little Piglets."

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

"Three Little Piglets"

Transcript[edit | edit source]

Pooh: Once upon a time, there were three little... Uh... Oh, yes. Much better. Once upon a time, there were three little piglets and a honey tree.

Rabbit: In every story, there's honey. This time Pooh, for once, please. No honey.

Pooh: I'm sorry, Rabbit. For some reason, honey seems to be on my mind.

Rabbit: Pooh bear, it's the only thing on your mind. So please, just tell the story.

Pooh: All right. The first little piglet lived in a honey tree. And...

Rabbit: No.

Piglet: He lived in a house of straw, Pooh.

Pooh: Yes! A house of straw. Which was next to a honey tree.

Rabbit: Pooh bear.

Pooh: And the little piglet...

Tigger: Was scared out of his wits by... ...the Big Bad Bunny.

Rabbit: It's supposed to be a wolf. A Big Bad Wolf.

Tigger: Not anymore. (Chuckles)

Pooh: (Chuckles) Yes. So the Big Bad Bunny was looking for his grandmother's house. And...

Piglet: Oh, my, Grandma. What big ears you have. Uh. What's in the basket?

Rabbit: I should've known.

Tigger: Say, for a Bid Bad Bunny, this bunny's not being very bad.

Rabbit: For once, you're right, Tigger. We have lost track of the story, haven't we? (Clears Throat) Let me into you house, little Piglet.

Piglet: What do I do, Pooh?

Pooh: I believe you should say: "No" Piglet.

Piglet: No, Piglet.

Rabbit: Why then I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your house down.

(Wind Blowing)

Rabbit: (Chuckles) Not bad, if I do say so myself.

Piglet: Oh, dear. And then what happened, Pooh?

Pooh: Then the second little Piglet, who lived in a house of sticks...

Tigger: Say, kind of resembles the Eeyore residence.

Pooh: And then the Papa Bear said...

Rabbit: Looks like somebody's been sleeping in my bed. Oh, no. This is another story entirely. The first little Piglet went to the second little Piglet who lived in...

Tigger: A house of cards. (Chuckles)

Rabbit: Oh, why do I bother? And I suppose now I have to blow this house down.

Tigger: I'll do it for your, Long Ears. I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow the house down.

(Wind Blowing)

Pooh: Oh, bother. I seem to have lost my place.

Piglet: I believe this is the part where the three little Piglets are all together. How do you do? I'm Piglet. Me too. So am I. Pleased to make your acquaintance. The pleasure is mine. No, it's mine.

Rabbit: Pooh bear. You finally have them right. But what about me? Oh, well. It's close enough, I suppose. (Clears Throat) You little Piglets had better let me in.

Piglet: Oh, who will save me... us now?

Tigger: Never fear, citizens! It is I, the Masked Offender, to the rescue!

Rabbit: No, no, no! You don't belong here. There is no Masked Offender in this story.

Piglet: Pooh, just why does the Big Bad Bunny wanna get into the house?

Pooh: I believe he wants to borrow some honey. No, not that. He wants...

Tigger: To get out of the rain.

Rabbit: That's it. No more. This has gone far enough. Big Bad Bunnies, Papa Bears... It's too much! I'm taking over. I'm going to tell this story the way it's supposed to be told. I'm going to huff, and puff, and blow your tree down.

Piglet: Oh, dear. Oh, dear.

(Rabbit Screams)

Pooh: And the three little Piglets, who had all the noney they wanted, lived happily ever after. The end.

Piglet: Oh, I love happy endings, Pooh. But what happened to the Big Bad Bunny?

Rabbit: (Sighing) Don't ask, Piglet. Don't ask.

Ending Credits[edit | edit source]

Produced by

WALT DISNEY

TELEVISION ANIMATION

"UN-VALENTINE'S DAY"

Producers

KEN KESSEL

ED GHERTNER

Supervising Director

KEN KESSEL

Story Editor

MARK ZASLOVE

Director

TERENCE HARRISON

Assistant Story Editors

CARTER CROCKER

BRUCE TALKINGTON

Story by

JYMN MAGON

MARK ZASLOVE

Teleplay by

CARTER CROCKER

STEPHEN SUSTARSIC

MARK ZASLOVE

"THREE LITTLE PIGLETS"

Producers

KEN KESSEL

ED GHERTNER

Supervising Director

KEN KESSEL

Story Editor

BRUCE TALKINGTON

Director

TERENCE HARRISON

Assistant Story Editor

CARTER CROCKER

Story by

CARTER CROCKER

MARK ZASLOVE

Teleplay by

CARTER CROCKER

With the Talents of

JOHN FIEDLER

KEN SANSOM

PETER CULLEN

HAL SMITH

MICHAEL GOUGH

PATTY PARRIS

TIM HOSKINS

NICHOLAS MELODY

JIM CUMMINGS

as Winnie the Pooh

and

PAUL WINCHELL

as Tigger

Art Director

ED GHERTNER

Timing Directors

JOAN CASE

MITCH ROCHON

CAROLE BEERS

ROBERT ALVAREZ

KAREN PETERSON

BOB TREAT

Storyboard Designers

KURT CONNERS

GEORGE GOODE

BOB KLINE

Character Design

LEONARD SMITH

Key Layout Designer

JIM SCHLENKER

Background Styling

PARO HOZUMI

Color Stylist

JILL STIRDIVANT

Supervising Timing Director

MIRCEA MANTTA

Assistant Producer

BARBARA FERRO

Overseas Animation Supervisor

DALE CASE

Talent Coordinator

OLIVIA MINER

Songs Written and Produced by

STEVE NELSON

Music by

STEVE NELSON

&

THOM SHARP

Animation Production by

WALT DISNEY ANIMATION

(AUSTRALIA) PTY, LTD.

Post Production Manager

SARA DURAN

Post Production Coordinator

BARBARA BECK

Production Assistants

PEGGY BECKER

JEFFREY ARTHUR

WADE NASSIR

Managing Film Editor

RICH HARRISON

Supervising Editor

CHARLIE KING

Editor

RICK HINSON

Assistant Editor

GLENN LEWIS

Track Reader

SKIP CRAIG

Script Coordinator

LEONA JERNIGAN

Archives Administrator

KRISTA BUNN

Artwork Coordinator

KAREN SILVA

*.

1989 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 Learning Collection promo May 6, 1994
3 "Kokomo" Music Video April 11, 1994
4 Disney Favorite Stories promo #1 January 28, 1994
5 Feature Program January 13, 1995
6 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
7 Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day January 13, 1995
8 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
9 Un-Valentine's Day October 7, 1989
10 Three Little Piglets October 28, 1989
11 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 7, 1988

1996 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens June 19, 1992
2 Winnie the Pooh video promo January 9, 1996
3 Video preview for Muppet Classic Theater September 27, 1994
4 Disney's Sing Along Songs promo January 9, 1996
5 Feature Program January 13, 1995
6 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
7 Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day January 13, 1995
8 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
9 Un-Valentine's Day October 7, 1989
10 Three Little Piglets October 28, 1989
11 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 7, 1988

1998 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video

Creation date

1

Green warning screens

November 4, 1997

2

Winnie the Pooh video promo

February 14, 1998

3

Spot the Dog promo

February 14, 1998

4

Disney's Sing-Along Songs promo

June 25, 1996

5

Promo for Ready to Read with Pooh

July 22, 1997

6

Feature Program

January 13, 1995

7

Walt Disney Home Video logo

October 4, 1986

8

Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day

January 13, 1995

9

Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

January 17, 1988

10

Un-Valentine's Day

October 7, 1989

11

Three Little Piglets

October 28, 1989

12

Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

January 7, 1988

1999 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens November 4, 1997
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo June 19, 1992
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 Sing a Song with Pooh Bear January 5, 1999
7 Promo for Disney's Animated Storybook: Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too January 5, 1999
8 Feature Program January 13, 1995
9 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
10 Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day January 13, 1995
11 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
12 Un-Valentine's Day October 7, 1989
13 Three Little Piglets October 28, 1989
14 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 7, 1988

2000 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens November 4, 1997
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo June 19, 1992
3 Trailer for Sing a Song with Tigger January 11, 2000
4 Winnie the Pooh video promo February 14, 1998
5 Trailer for Madeline: Lost in Paris November 9, 1999
6 Playhouse Disney commercial May 25, 1999
7 Feature Program February 23, 1999
8 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
9 Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day January 13, 1995
10 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
11 Un-Valentine's Day October 7, 1989
12 Three Little Piglets October 28, 1989
13 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 7, 1988

2001 VHS[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Blue warning screens August 15, 2000
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo June 19, 1992
3 Video preview for The Tigger Movie September 19, 2000
4 Promo for Disney's Valentine videos January 9, 2001
5 Promo for the Winnie the Pooh Storybook Classics July 11, 2000
6 Spot the Dog promo November 7, 2000
7 Playhouse Disney commercial May 25, 1999
8 Feature Program July 11, 2000
9 Walt Disney Home Video logo October 4, 1986
10 Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day January 13, 1995
11 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
12 Un-Valentine's Day October 7, 1989
13 Three Little Piglets October 28, 1989
14 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 7, 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 Cinderella II: Dreams Come True August 7, 2001
4 Trailer for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: 25th Anniversary Edition November 6, 2001
5 Promo for Rolie Polie Olie videos January 8, 2002
6 Playhouse Disney Promo September 11, 2001
7 Feature Program August 22, 2000
8 Walt Disney Home Entertainment logo July 17, 2001
9 Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day January 13, 1995
10 Intro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 17, 1988
11 Un-Valentine's Day October 7, 1989
12 Three Little Piglets October 28, 1989
13 Outro to The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh January 7, 1988
14 Intro to Rolie Polie Olie October 4, 1998
15 Hiding in Plain Sight December 11, 2001
16 Outro to Rolie Polie Olie October 4, 1998
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