Beloved children's character comes back to life in 'Winnie the Pooh'
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Published: 10/20/2011 6:15 PM
Print this article Winnie the Pooh has long been a cherished figure in children's entertainment, and the lovable character came back to the big screen once again in 2011. With an all-star cast and narration from John Cleese, "Winnie the Pooh" hits shelves October 25.
Pooh (voice of Jim Cummings) awakes one day to find that he is out of honey. Though alarmed at first, his fears are quelled when his friends point out that there is a contest to replace Eeyore's (Bud Luckey) tail, and the prize is a pot of honey.
All of their attempts eventually fall flat, however, leaving Pooh hungry and without his beloved honey. Discouraged but not defeated, Pooh and the fellow residents of Hundred Acre Woods try to find some all while dealing with their the possibility of a kidnapped comrade Christopher Robin.
Classic families movies are hard to top and nobody is better that producing them than Disney. There are also slew of great contemporary films as well including "Finding Nemo" and the heartwarming "Wall-E."
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