Winnie The Pooh Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack And Onesie Giveaway

As mentioned in my first Winnie The Pooh review in July, as well as my second Winnie The Pooh review earlier today, I enjoyed seeing the movie in an advance screening as much as three of my grandchildren did. No worries if you haven’t seen it yet, as now I’ve got a fun giveaway for you. First, here is some information about the movie.

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Film Synopsis

Disney returns to the Hundred Acre Wood with ?Winnie the Pooh.? Featuring the timeless charm, wit and whimsy of the original featurettes, this all-new movie reunites audiences with the philosophical ?bear of very little brain? and friends Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet, Owl, Kanga, Roo ? and last, but certainly not least, Eeyore, who has lost his tail. ?Ever have one of those days where you just can?t win, Eeyore?? asks Pooh. Owl sends the whole gang on a wild quest to save Christopher Robin from an imaginary culprit. It turns out to be a very busy day for a bear who simply set out to find some honey. Disney?s all-new ?Winnie the Pooh? movie is inspired by three stories from A.A. Milne?s books in Disney?s classic, hand-drawn art.

Available Formats

3-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy) ? $44.99 U.S. and $51.99 Canada
2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD) ? $39.99 U.S. and $46.99 Canada
1-Disc DVD ? $29.99 U.S. and $35.99 Canada
High-Definition Movie Download ? $39.99 U.S. and $44.99 Canada
Standard-Definition Movie Download ? $29.99 U.S. and $35.99 Canada

Bonus Features

Blu-ray ?Bonus Features:

? Exclusive bonus short ?Mini-Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The Balloon? ? In this charming short, Pooh comes up with a daring plan to get a hold of some honey by fooling a group of bees.

? ?The Ballad of Nessie? ? The animated short film included in the theatrical release is the heartwarming tale of how Nessie found her new home in the Loch Ness.

? ?Winnie the Pooh and His Story Too? ? A fun and informative behind-the-scenes look at the film, designed for the whole family. Hosted by John Cleese (narrator of the film), and with occasional help fromPooh himself, this featurette explores Winnie the Pooh?s history from his beginnings as a character in a book, to his continued life in the movies. The filmmakers reveal how they worked to keep the look of the characters and settings in this movie consistent with their first appearances on-screen in1966. Pooh, being a bear of very little mind, finds much of this confusing, but the Narrator and the filmmakers make it all clear to Pooh ? and you!

? Deleted Scenes introduced by directors, Stephen Anderson and Don Hall ? 5 deleted scenes including ?The Tummy Song,? ??Rabbit?s Friends and Relations,? ?Original Eeyore Intro,? ?Original Tigger Intro? and ?Pooh Searches for a Tail?

? Sing-Along with the Movie ? Follow the red balloon and changing word colors to seven song lyrics featured in the film.

? Disney Song Selection ? ?Winnie the Pooh Theme Song,? ?The Tummy Song, ?A Very Important Thing To Do,? ?The Backson Song,? ?It?s Gonna Be Great,? ?Everything is Honey? and ?The Winner Song Finale?

DVD Bonus Features:

? ?Mini-Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The Balloon?

? ?The Ballad of Nessie?

? Deleted scenes introduced by directors, Stephen Anderson and Don Hall ? 3 deleted scenes including ?The Tummy Song,? ??Rabbit?s Friends and Relations? and ?Pooh Searches for a Tail?

Movie Download Bonus Features:

? ?Mini-Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The Balloon?

? ?The Ballad of Nessie?

? Deleted Scenes introduced directors. Stephen Anderson and Don Hall ? 3 deleted scenes including ?The Tummy Song,? ?Rabbit?s Friends and Relations? and ?Pooh Searches for a Tail?

About The Filmmakers:

Directed by Stephen Anderson (Meet The Robinsons, The Emperor?s New Groove) and Don Hall

(The Princess and the Frog, Meet The Robinsons), the film wassupported by a variety of industry and highly-creative Disney veterans including Producers Peter Del Vecho (The Princess and the Frog, Chicken Little) and Clark Spencer (Bolt, Meet The Robinsons), Executive Producer and two-time Academy Award?-winning director John Lasseter (Toy Story franchise, WALL?E, Bolt) and senior story artist Burny Mattinson (Academy Award?-nominee for Best Animated Short Film, Mickey?s Christmas Carol, 1983 and key animator on the 1974 Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too!).

About The English Language Voice Talent:

The ?Winnie The Pooh? movie is narrated by funnyman John Cleese (Shrek Forever After, A Fish Called Wanda) and voiced by the talents of Jim Cummings (Gnomeo & Juliet, The Princess and the Frog, Shrek) as Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, Craig Ferguson (TV?s ?The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson?) as Owl, Tom Kenny (TV?s ?SpongeBob SquarePants?) as Rabbit, Travis Oates (TV?s ?My Friends Tigger & Pooh,? ?Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too?) as Piglet, Bud Luckey (Toy Story 3) as Eeyore,

Kristen Anderson-Lopez (TV?s ?The Wonder Pets,? Off-Broadway?s ?In Transit?) as Kanga, Wyatt Hall (seven-year-old son of director Don Hall) as Roo and Huell Howser (this was his first role as an actor) as Backson and Jack Boulter (this was his first role as an actor) as Christopher Robin.

About The Music:

The amazing musical scores featured throughout the film were created by Tony? Award-winning songwriter Bobby Lopez, and his wife Kristen, who wrote all of the six spirited new songs for Pooh and his pals, including ?The Tummy Song,? ?A Very Important Thing To Do,? ?Everything Is Honey,? ?The Winner Song,? ?The Backson Song,? and ?It?s Gonna Be Great.? Lopez is behind the Broadway hits ?Book of Mormon? and ?Avenue Q? and together they?ve written for Nickelodeon and Disney, including the stage version of ?Finding Nemo? and composed songs for several episodes of ?The Wonder of Pets,? which earned him two Daytime Emmy? Awards in 2006 for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition.
The original score, a special rendition of the beloved ?Winnie the Pooh? theme song for the film was composed by Henry Jackman (?The Da Vinci Code,? ?Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man?s Chest,? ?Pirates of the Caribbean: At World?s End,? ?Monsters vs. Aliens?) and sung by actress, musician, singer and songwriter, Zooey Deschanel (Indie folk band, ?She & Him?). Deschanel also provided vocals for ?A Very Important Thing To Do? and ?So Long.?

Pooh Movie Prize Pack


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97 thoughts on “Winnie The Pooh Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack And Onesie Giveaway

  1. My newest grandbaby would just love this when he gets here. We could sure use this cute oneise its so cute.

  2. My favorite character is Rabbit. I love me some carrots and so does Rabbit. The most amazing character on Winnie The Pooh!

  3. Character that is my favorite is T I double G E R!!! He is awesome! I love to bounce around and he does too. I just haven’t got a tail.

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