The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

By John Lounsbery & Wolfgang Reitherman

  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Release Date: 1977-03-11
  • Advisory Rating: G
  • Runtime: 1h 14min
  • Director: John Lounsbery & Wolfgang Reitherman
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99


Pooh, a bear of very little brain, and all his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood sing their way through adventures that encompass honey, bees, bouncing, balloons, Eeyore's birthday, floods, and Pooh sticks.


  • It’s Better For Younger Kids

    By TheMartinator
    I used to own and watch this movie on DVD, but my parents got rid of it. The movie was gone for a while, but then I got it again on VHS from a teacher who used to work at my school, but my parents gave it away, and I was glad of that because I realized how silly, dumb, and nonsensical this movie can really be. It gives me an anxious and weird feeling in my chest and it gives me stressed out thoughts which I don’t like that much, cause I have some special needs. Yes there are some funny moments to even out some of the silly and weird moments. I liked the voice acting, Sebastian Cobat is great as the narrator, and has the very same voice of Bagheera from The Jungle Book. Sterling Holloway, voice of Winne The Pooh is also on this as well, he’s amazing, too. As a matter of fact, he did the voice of Mr. Stork in Dumbo, The Cat in Alice in Wonderland, and Kaa the Snake in The Jungle Book. This movie is basically all of the story book classics combined into a full length animated feature with some new scenes not featured in the storybook classics. The songs are average, and not in the same league with Aladdin, Pinocchio, and Dumbo musical numbers. The animation is nice, but not as detailed as some of the animated movies from the 1940s and 1950s. Minor flaw: What you’re about to see right at the end of film should never have happened! Beware of a real Pooh stuffed animal winking for no reason right before The End, A Walt Disney Production appears on the screen. I looked away from the TV screen cause it was a little creepy to a person like me, just like I did with the Coachman scene in Pinocchio when the Coachman says, “They never come back, as, BOYS!” The real Pooh stuffed animal winking for a brief second wasn’t as creepy as the scene I just mentioned from above with the Coachman scene in Pinocchio. Plus, they had a musical instrument over Pooh’s blinking one of his eyes, though I can’t remember which side of his eye. Hey this is not a joke, I did this when I was much younger. But I am not that way now. The Tigger Movie, Pooh’s Grand Adventure, and The New Adventures Of Winnie the Pooh Series are my go too’s. Overall, I only rate this movie two starts because of it’s silly and weird moments, including it’s minor flaw. This movie, it’s just better for younger kids.
  • Beautiful

    By paris177
    This was the first movie I EVER watched and I love it very much. It’s sweet and innocent and has the perfect touch of humor. My room is themed bears—most of whom are Winnie the Pooh. If you haven’t seen this, it’s definitely worth the money. 🥰🐻
  • Misleading Description

    By mistydawn118
    Says includes Pooh Sticks episode, but it doesn’t. Disappointed because that’s my favorite I wanted to share with my kid so we could play Pooh Sticks on our Nature walks.
  • My Childhood In a Nutshell

    By Irvin2020
    This is an amazing film! Nowadays, I watch movies with content made for older audiences, but when I was a kid, I watched this movie quite often. I was at an age where not a lot of content was appropriate for kids my age. So, at the time, most of the movies I watched were rated G. This is probably the G-Rated movie I watched the most in my childhood, and it is a true classic, and it is very true to the ideas and concepts from A.A. Milne. Everyone needs to watch this film at some point in their lives, certainly sooner than later!
  • Great classics, but buyer beware

    By GrimCW
    All the classic pooh right here, touched up and beautiful!! But.. 2 of the three trailers shown are from the 2011 movie and not the classic.
  • Faves

    By Kitty Cheshire is COOL
    This is one of my faves ! I really enjoyed watching this ! I highly recommend this!
  • Truly timeless

    By JRDad1
    It is a kids movie but it’s innocence is truly memorable enough for kids of any age to enjoy this movie.
  • Ultimate Pooh fan

    By ultimate pooh fan 1000
    I love,love,love Winnie the Pooh it is a great great classic in my opinion it is the best disney movie ever I love every part of it and funny love forever and ever.
  • Winnie the Pooh

    By Lebron Kenney
    This movie just takes the first 3 Winnie the Pooh episodes and makes it a movie. But this is sweet and charming for people of any age.
  • No Pooh Sticks

    By Brad Sheen
    This was my favorite show growing up and when I bought it for my kids there was no Pooh Sticks scene as advertised.