The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

ABC (ended 1991)



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The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

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The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh was a charming animated series that captured both kids and their parents with all-new outings featuring Pooh and the whole gang in the 100 Acre Wood. The world-famous bear, created by British author, A.A. Milne. He is joined by his young master, Christopher Robin. The ever-bouncy Tigger. The glum donkey, Eeyore. The incurable know-it-all, Rabbit. The always-confused Owl. The squeaky Piglet and the mother and son team of Kanga and Roo. Featuring quality animation along with original songs and scores, this series preserves the touching emotional qualities and "not just for kids" humor of the original Winnie the Pooh books. The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh was part of what many consider Disney's "Golden Age," meaning the studio had quality writers, characters, theme songs, etc. Some other shows during this time were Gummi Bears, Talespin, Ducktales, and Darkwing Duck Characters Winnie the Pooh: Winnie the Pooh is the fun-loving bear. He is very caring and concerned about all of his friends. Pooh is friends with everyone in the Hundred Acre Woods. Some of his very good companions are Christopher Robin and Piglet. Pooh also loves honey. Piglet: Piglet is the small Piglet with big hopes. He believes that even though he isn't very big, he can do what his friends do. When they all go on adventures, Piglet is a little frightened, but he goes anyway because he is a such a good friend and will try to overcome his fears. Rabbit: Rabbit can be a bit serious sometimes. He loves to plant gardens that are always eaten by some crows and accidentally bounced on by Tigger. Rabbit builds scarecrows to get rid of the crows, sometimes it works and other times it doesn't. He can give some good advice to his friends. Eeyore: Eeyore is the slow-moving donkey. He tries over and over to build his houses, but someone may bounce or fall on it. Other times the wind blows it down or the weather. He always has his friends to help him rebuild it though. Eeyore also has a tail that is pinned on that happens to fall off occasionally. Tigger: Tigger loves to bounce, he tries to bounce higher each time. His bouncing can break things if it gets a big wild. One of his good friends is Roo, he taught him about bouncing and its fun. Kanga: Kanga is Roo's mother. She is very nice to everyone in the Hundred Acre Woods. Kanga is always helping others, or offering some snacks that she may have baked. Roo: Roo's mother is Kanga. He likes to bounce like Tigger. When his friends come around, he usually comes along with them. He was very happy when he moved to the Hundred Acre Woods. One of his best friends is Tigger. Christopher Robin: Christopher Robin is a very nice, young boy. He likes taking his friends on adventures. When they may have a problem with something, he usually figures it out or helps them. He is very good friends with Pooh. Theme Song Gotta get up, I gotta get goin' I'm gonna see a friend of mine He's round and he's fuzzy I love him because He's just Pooh Bear, Winnie the Pooh Bear Lookin' for fun, chasin' some hunny bees Pooh Bear I know he's out there Rumblee tumblee, climin' a honey tree Fun never ends for us, we're so adventurous Least every now and again And when we're alone and there's nobody home It's nice to be able to count on a friend Like Pooh Bear, Winnie the Pooh Bear Wherever you go, oh won't you take me please Pooh Bear, I gotta be there It's me and it's you Silly old Winnie the Pooh... In 1989, Disney's Gummi Bears, which ran for 4 successful seasons on NBC, moved to ABC and merged with The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh with all-new episodes for Saturday mornings. Winnie the Pooh Specials Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too! Winnie the Pooh: Boo To You Too! Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine For You A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving Winnie the Pooh's Un-Valentine's Day Spin-off series The Book of Pooh.


    Hollywood picks a Winnie


    Winnie the Pooh gets a new honey

  • Andre Stojka

    Andre Stojka

    Owl (Video Series)

    Patricia Parris

    Patricia Parris

    Kanga, Christopher Robin's Mother

    Tim Hoskins

    Tim Hoskins

    Christoper Robin

    Peter Cullen

    Peter Cullen


    Jim Cummings

    Jim Cummings

    Winnie the Pooh, Tigger (1990-1991)

    Paul Winchell

    Paul Winchell

    Tigger (1988-1990)

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    • This was the best show of my childhood!

      I love Winnie The Pooh ever since I was a baby, I still love Winnie The Pooh today. My favorite character is Pooh Bear because he is so cute and I love that he wears a Red Shirt. I think the Red Shirt looks so cute on him! Pooh is the most cutest character out of any other Cartoon show. My favorite episode is The Great Honey Pot Robbery. Pooh Bear always made me so happy when I woke up and watched his shows. I also use to have a lot of dreams about Winnie The Pooh when I was little. I use to dress up like Pooh a lot when I was little and copy his quotes. I never liked the episodes that Pooh got stuck because it scared me when I was little when he got stuck because I can't see his Red Shirt and I love seeing his Red Shirt. The 1st time I watched Winnie The Pooh I was saying like why does Pooh have a Red Shirt on. My younger sister is still a Winnie The Pooh fan today and she has watched Winnie The Pooh when ever since she was a baby. Her favorite characters are Piglet, Eeyore, and Pooh. Her favorite episode is All's Well That End's Wishing Well. I still dream about watching The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh today. When I was four in the episode The Great Honey Pot Robbery. The part when Pooh got stuck in the hole I cried because I wanted to see Pooh's Red Shirt and I laughed when Pooh said Oh bother bother! That episode use to scare me when I was little The Great Honey Pot Robbery! I am 17 right now turning 18 on August 16th.moreless
    • What Got me into Pooh!

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    • You are never too old to love Winnie The Pooh!

      I absolutely love Winnie The Pooh and all the characters of the 100 Acre Woods! :) Especially the New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh, It's such a cool, awesome, sweet and fantastic show :) I watched it every morning before school when I was 9 when it was on in repeats on Disney Channel. I am 17 turning 18 in August and I absolutely love Pooh :) I mean who doesn't love Pooh? He's so cute and him and his friends are so sweet :) If you don't love Pooh, you have no remorse. Winnie The Pooh forever! :)

      You are never too old for that silly old bear! :) LOVE HIM!!!! :)moreless
    • You gotta get up, you gotta get going, I wanna see a friend of mine...

      I've seen Winnie the Pooh ever since I was a baby, I've pretty much been raised on him. This is a great show that is not only enjoyable for kids, but for adults and teens too. I own a good number of videos from this series as well. I'd watch this every day on the Disney Channel as a little kid and on One Saturday Morning on Saturdays. I also watched it on Toon Disney before the channel was terminated. :(

      The characters and storylines are great. When I'm sad or lonely, I watch my videos of it and I feel better. Winnie the Pooh has been giving smiles to millions of people ever, and this show is one example of that. My parents love Winnie the Pooh as well. My dad's favorite episodes are "Rabbit takes a Holiday" and "Aye, aye Eeyore" (or whatever it's called). I love almost all the episodes, but those two episodes mentioned above I really like, as well as "Hunny for a Bunny". The background music is very beautiful and soothing.

      I hope that this show can return for the next generation of kids. And no, it's not a preschool show (there are some moments that can be frightening), it's for all audiences.

      "But when you're alone,

      and there's nobody home,

      it's nice to be able,

      to count on a friend,

      like Pooh bear, Winnie the Pooh bear!

      Wherever you go,

      Oh, won't you take me please,

      Pooh bear, I gotta be there!

      It's me and it's you,

      My silly old Winnie the Pooh"moreless
    • I laughed...I heart would swell.

      I am not going to lie. I love love LOVE Winnie the Pooh. And this show was one of the best "Winnie the Pooh" shows that has ever been on the air.

      This show was great because the characters dealt with seemingly light subjects that were actually really deep and meaningful. Everything from friendship, accepting those who were different, never giving up, being yourself, the importance of cleaning your room (^_^)...the list goes on and on.

      The characters are amazing, in my opinion: Pooh, the scatterbrained but lovable main character; Piglet, the timid but well-meaning best friend; Tigger, the energetic and helpful-in-his-own-way individual; Rabbit, hard-working and willing to help his friends at the end of the day; Eeyore, the depressed but wise sage-like character...I love them all. Even the characters that were made specifically for the show. Somehow, it just worked.

      This was one of those rare shows that was able to make me laugh, bring me to tears, and tug at my heartstrings...sometimes all in one episode. In short, it needs to be brought back on. Any young child (or old fan) would LOVE this show.moreless

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    Animation, Comedy, Kids