The film was produced by Walt Disney Productions. The flavoring, with some nice tunes stirred in, is exactly right—wistful, sprightly and often hilarious. The film had its television premiere on March 10, , as a special on the NBC television network. Create your own willy, nilly, silly work of art with Winnie the Pooh as he and his bee friends enjoy a spot of honey!
One of the bees is the queen who Pooh kicks down into the muddy puddle. By now the other bees have realised what is going on and they fly out to meet him as his disguise starts to drip revealing that he is in fact a bear. The queen bee sees this and angrily flies up and stings his bottom. The sudden hit causes him to swing back and forth and jam his bottom in the hive. The queen bee rests on a nearby branch and starts laughing heartily at Pooh's expense.
The now nervous Pooh admits to Christopher Robin that these are the wrong sorts of bees, and is shoved out of the hole by them who proceed to chase him away. Eeyore is introduced as the old grey donkey, and he never loses a tail. Gopher, Kanga and Roo, Tigger , Piglet , Owl, and Rabbit watch Eeyore flings his tail up and down, and up and down, until he smacks himself on the ground. When Pooh has eaten all of the honey in Rabbit's house, he tries to leave, but is too large to fit through Rabbit's door.
Rabbit tries to free Pooh by pushing him through his door, but realizes he will need help to get Pooh out, and leaves via his back door to fetch Christopher Robin for help. Owl flies past and tries to give Pooh advice, but is then interrupted by Gopher, who claims he can use dynamite to blast Pooh out of the hole.
Despite the effort of Christopher Robin and Rabbit pulling together, Pooh doesn't budge. Pooh is worried he may be stuck for a while, and while he is, Rabbit decides to decorate Pooh's bottom so he will not have to face looking at him being stuck for so long. He decorates Pooh's bottom into a moose-like "hunting trophy".
While he is doing this, Kanga and Roo visit Pooh and give him some honeysuckle flowers which make Pooh sneeze, ruining Rabbit's moose. Rabbit is forced to put up a "Don't feed the bear! Rabbit leans against Pooh one morning and feels him move a bit. Everyone except Rabbit pulls from outside while Rabbit pushes from inside.
Rabbit shoves Pooh with a running start, and Pooh is launched free from Rabbit's door and into the air while the others fall to the ground, and they watch as Pooh shoots into the hole of another honey tree.
The gang run after Pooh and finds him stuck in the tree headfirst. Christopher Robin shouts up to him not to worry, but Pooh is happily eating the honey that fills the inside of the tree and tells his friends to take their time.
The film's plot is based primarily on two A. Walt Disney first learned of the Winnie the Pooh books from his daughter, Diane. I read them over and over, and then many years later to my children, and now to my grandchildren. In June , Disney acquired the film rights. By , Disney told his animation staff that he was planning to make a full-length animated feature film based on the books. A meeting was held with senior staff members to discuss the proposed film, and during the meeting, Disney decided not to make a feature film, but instead a featurette that could be attached to a live-action film.
For the first film, Walt and his collaborators turned to the first two chapters of the first chapter, "In which we are introduced to Winnie-the-Pooh and some honey Bees, and the stories Begin", and "In which Pooh Goes Visiting and Gets into a Tight Place". He selected Wolfgang Reitherman to direct the project in hopes of Americanizing the characters and including more humor. Reitherman cast his son, Bruce , to voice Christopher Robin and the character of Gopher, who doesn't appear in the original stories, was added to the cast.
The film was released on February 4, , as a supplement to Disney's live-action feature The Ugly Dachshund. It would later be included as a segment in The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh , which included the two further Pooh featurettes, released on March 11, The film had its television premiere on March 10, , as a special on the NBC television network.
The special was sponsored by Sears , who was then the exclusive provider of Pooh merchandise. The short initially received mixed reception. The flavoring, with some nice tunes stirred in, is exactly right—wistful, sprightly and often hilarious. Ready for a willy, nilly, silly old time? You can complete this Disney coloring page featuring Winnie the Pooh, Eeyore, and Owl too by using the interactive tools online or printing out the sheet to design at home.
The Hundred Acre Wood is waiting for your splendiferous creation, so hurry to fill out this page and other Disney favorites! Create a willy, nilly, silly work of art with this Disney coloring page for kids! You can color these free, interactive pages online or print them out to color them. Get ready for some bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy, fun, fun, fun! Tigger, everyone's favorite bouncing buddy from Winnie the Pooh, has hopped into a coloring page!
The most wonderful thing about this? You can bring him to life with your best colors! Print the page out or get creative online with mobile or desktop. Winnie the Pooh with Bees Coloring Page Create your own willy, nilly, silly work of art with Winnie the Pooh as he and his bee friends enjoy a spot of honey!
Winnie the Pooh with Bees Coloring Page Create your own willy, nilly, silly work of art with Winnie the Pooh as he and his bee friends enjoy a spot of honey! Print out this coloring page to take your favorite silly old bear with you on the go, on create your art on your desktop or mobile device. Winnie the Pooh Coloring pages. Select from printable Coloring pages of cartoons, animals, nature, Bible and many more. Winnie the Pooh was born in in a book for children. Walt Disney acquired the right of adaptation in the s. This character has been the subject of many short .