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    Welcome To Pooh Corner - 46 Episodes - Winnie The Pooh DVD Set

     Welcome To Pooh Corner - 46 Episodes - Winnie The Pooh 


    Discs  6 DVD
    Episodes 46
    DVD Menu Yes
    Region Region Free
    Language English 
    Original Air
    April 18, 1983 – May 30, 1986
    New (in cellophane bag)
    Custom DvD Set

    Episodes included: 42 Full Length Episodes + 4 Bonus Specials 

    Roo's Great Adventure

    You Need a Friend

    A Brand New Sign

    Piglet Sings Out

    Pooh Corner Singing Society

    The Old Swimming Hole

    Practice Makes Perfect

    Piglet Pride

    Eeyore's Costume Party

    Eeyore's Gift

    Piglet lends a Helping Hand

    Do It Now

    Pooh Goes Boom

    It Must Be Summer

    Safety First



    Carrots, Carrots and More Carrots

    The Pooh Scouts

    Song of Eeyore

    Hi Neighbor

    Happy Birthday, Roo

    Pooh Corner on Parade

    Tale of a Tail

    Iceboat Cometh

    Rabbit Learns to Share

    Tigger Takes a Fall

    The Great Outdoors

    Pooh Learns to Remember

    Surprise, Surprise

    Fine Feathered Friend

    Pooh Builds a Bee House

    Doing What I Do Best

    Eeyore talks to Himself

    Pooh Makes a Trade

    Hello, Hello There

    Snow Falls on Pooh Corner

    The Long, Long Walk

    Treasures Island

    Almost Perfect Picnic

    Day for Knights

    Tigger Finds a Hobby


    SPECIAL: Because its Halloween

    SPECIAL: Christmas at Pooh Coner

    SPECIAL: Pooh's Great School Bus Adventure

    SPECIAL: Holiday for Pooh Bear

    Welcome to Pooh Corner is a live-action/puppet television series that aired on The Disney Channel, featuring the characters from the Winnie the Pooh universe portrayed by actors in human-sized puppet suits, except Roo, who was usually a traditional puppet.


    Each show began with an introduction sequence with Laurie Main speaking to the audience. He would relate what he was talking about to an event that occurred in the Hundred Acre Wood, the home of the Pooh characters, and then he would proceed to read from a book entitled Welcome to Pooh Corner. He would then narrate the episode acted out by the characters. The action was filmed before a blue screen, rather than using traditional sets.

    Since the show was designed for The Disney Channel before it began airing commercials, there were no breaks for commercials. As a result, the show lasted a full thirty minutes. The main story ran about twenty minutes followed by two shorter segments. The first segment was a music video featuring one of ten songs, used over and over throughout the show's run. These songs were written by the Academy Award winning Sherman Brothers who had provided the majority of the Winnie the Pooh music over the years. The Sherman Brothers also wrote the show's theme song, using the music from the original Winnie the Pooh theme song from The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.

    The last segment of the show was a presentational arts and crafts demonstration. One of the cast members would speak to the narrator, looking directly into the camera, while they showed the viewers at home how to make something.

    In addition to normal episodes, several holiday episodes and educational specials were also produced, such as Too Smart for Strangers (1985), where Pooh and his friends explain to people what to do when they meet someone they don't know. They also discuss "Not-Okay touching," at a time when cases of child molestation were becoming more frequent, and was used as a guide for victims and their families.

    Dumbo's Circus, another Disney Channel live-action/puppet television series, was produced in a similar way, with actors in costumes in front of a blue screen. The show's title derives from the second Winnie the Pooh storybook, The House at Pooh Corner.

    Welcome to Pooh Corner began airing in 1983, and was removed from the channel when it began airing commercial breaks in 1997. As a result, the show's VHS releases have become hard to find.



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