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Promising a brand new movie (but looking a lot like the 1966 animations of A.A. Milne classic stories) Disney presents a tale about Winnie the Pooh (voice of Jim Cummings), and his quest to find "hunny." However, when the lovable bear suspects Christopher Robin (voice of Jack Boulter) may be in trouble, his plea for help gets all his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood involved in a sticky situation.
Why Is Winnie The Pooh Rated G?
Winnie The Pooh is rated G
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Violence: Angry bees chase characters. A number of characters tumble, run into trees and fall down. One is struck by lightening and another is hit on the head with a pot. Characters experience some brief moments of mild peril. Two characters engage in a boxing match.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.violence.[p>
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Home Video Notes: Winnie the Pooh
Release Date: 25 October 2011
Winnie the Pooh releases to home video as a Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy Combo Pack. Bonus extras include:
- Mini-Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The Balloon
- The Ballad of Nessie (Short film)
- Deleted scenes with introductions by directors Stephen Anderson (Meet the Robinsons) and Don Hall (The Princess and the Frog)
- Two more deleted scenes (in HD) with introductions by directors Stephen Anderson and Don Hall
- Winnie the Pooh and His Story Too (Behind-the-scenes featurette - hosted by John Cleese)
- Sing-Along with the Movie (for seven song lyrics featured in the film)
- Disney Song Selection