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Creative director(s)  Mark Zaslove
7.6/10 IMDb

Created by  Walt Disney Television
Predecessor  Welcome to Pooh Corner
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Genre  ComedyAdventureFantasy
Written by  Mark ZasloveDev RossBruce TalkingtonCarter CrockerRich FogelDoug HutchinsonLarry BernardDavid SilvermanLen Uhley
Directed by  Karl GeursCharles A. NicholsTerence HarrisonKen KesselJamie Mitchell
Voices of  Jim CummingsJohn FiedlerPaul Winchell (Seasons 1 & 2)Ken SansomPeter CullenPatricia ParrisHal SmithNicholas MelodyMichael GoughTim Hoskins
Theme song  The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Theme Song
Networks  Disney Channel, American Broadcasting Company
Cast  Jim Cummings, John Fiedler, Paul Winchell, Ken Sansom, Hal Smith

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The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is an American Saturday morning animated children's television series produced by Walt Disney Television that ran from January 17, 1988 to October 26, 1991, inspired by A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh stories. It has been released on VHS and DVD.

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Overview

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The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh first aired in January 1988 on The Disney Channel. The show moved to ABC in September of that same year. For the 1989-90 season, it was paired with Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears (which had moved from NBC) as the Gummi Bears-Winnie the Pooh Hour. After the final regular episode was shown in October 1991, reruns continued to air on ABC until September 4, 1993. On December 9, 1995, before Disney took over ABC's Saturday Morning programming, The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh was brought back in reruns (except for a brief period in the 1996-97 season), in which it aired until September 7, 2002. The Disney Channel began reruns of the series on October 3, 1994, which continued to air until September 1, 2006. The show also aired on Playhouse Disney from 1999 to 2006, as well as on Toon Disney from the channel's launch in April 1998 until November 2004. In the UK, the program aired from 2000 to 2011 on Playhouse Disney. Although the series is set in Ashdown Forest/Hartfield in East Sussex, there are various Americanisms.

In some countries, this show had been a part of The Disney Afternoon lineup.

The show featured a number of original songs, including "Here We Go Floating" from the episode "Balloonatics".

Voice cast

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  • Jim Cummings: Winnie-the-Pooh, Tigger (in the episode "King of the Beasties" in season 1, and in season 3 [except for "Oh Bottle", "What's the Score, Pooh?" and "Eeyi Eeyi Eeyore"] & season 4 [except for "Christmas Too"]), additional voices
  • John Fiedler: Piglet
  • Paul Winchell: Tigger (in seasons 1 and 2 (except in "King of the Beasties"), and three episodes of season 3; he returns in "Christmas Too" in 1991)
  • Ken Sansom: Rabbit, Stan the Woozle, Piglet Look-Like, Store Clerk
  • Peter Cullen: Eeyore
  • Michael Gough: Gopher
  • Patricia Parris (credited as Patty Parris): Kanga, Christopher Robin's Mother
  • Nicholas Melody: Roo
  • Hal Smith: Owl
  • Timothy Hoskins (is credited as Tim Hoskins): Christopher Robin (in "Christmas Too " provided by Edan Gross)
  • Edan Gross: Christopher Robin (in "Christmas Too")
  • Chuck McCann: Heff Heffalump/Vacuum Head
  • Other appearances

    Winnie the Pooh and Tigger were two of the cartoon characters featured in Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue.

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    Additionally, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, Piglet, Gopher, Rabbit, Kanga, Roo, Owl, and Christopher Robin were featured in House of Mouse and Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse.

    VHS releases

    From 1989 into the 1990s, various VHS tapes were released in the United States each containing 2 to 4 episodes. Several more were later released in the 2000s. Other countries had their own exclusive VHS releases. There were 10 volumes under the title "The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh," released in the United States between 1989 and 1991 through Walt Disney Home Video.

    This list is for VHS releases in the UK, Australia and New Zealand from the late 1980s to early 1990s.

    The following were released under the title "Winnie the Pooh: Learning".

    The following were released under the title "Winnie the Pooh: Playtime".

    The following were released under the title "Winnie the Pooh: Friendship".

    Other releases include the following.

    DVD releases

    Region 1:

    Between 2002 and 2010, several episodes of the series were released on DVD.

    Between 2005 and 2006, four DVDs were released as part of the "Growing Up with Winnie the Pooh" series. Each DVD would feature 4 episodes, and sometimes it would include a double-length episode. These DVDs were targeted for preschoolers.

    The episodes "Magic Earmuffs" and "The Wishing Bear" were made available as Bonus Shorts on the 10th Anniversary DVD release of "Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving".

    Region 2:

    In addition to, "Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year," (August 20, 2002) "Winnie the Pooh: Spookable Fun and Boo to You, Too!" (October 6, 2003) "Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving," (November 1, 2004) and "Winnie the Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day and A Valentine for You" (August 20, 2010,) eight DVDs were released as part of the "The Magical World of Winnie the Pooh" series. Each DVD would feature 4 episodes:

    Awards

    Emmy Award

  • 1989 – Outstanding Animated Program (won)
  • 1990 – Outstanding Animated Program (won, tied with Beetlejuice)
  • References

    The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Wikipedia