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LMPE
I connect the most dissimilar things
01:59 PM on 07/15/2011
Oh yeah? Well check this out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rj_YPJvia8A
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01:59 PM on 07/15/2011
I'm glad to see (hear) that Pooh still sounds like Sterling Holloway...no one else could have been the voice...
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bimplebean
I'm not an actor, but I play one on TV.
01:48 PM on 07/15/2011
My childhood memories are of the books -- never saw the films in the 60s. I did see them, however, when my children were little, and enjoyed them both on my behalf and on behalf of my children.

Sadly, my teen/tween are now too old to see this as a child and too young to see them as adults remembering their childhood. But this preview brings a tear, both for my childhood and for theirs...
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Realistic Idealist
Errors in punctuation or spelling our myne,
04:29 PM on 07/15/2011
F & F. And isn't your avatar from "how to love a child?" We had it on our fridge for years and years.
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bimplebean
I'm not an actor, but I play one on TV.
01:44 PM on 07/15/2011
Here is an absolutely hilarious review of Winnie The Pooh - it makes we want to see the movie.

http://mankabros.com/blogs/btp/2011/07/15/winnie-the-pooh/
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Themis27
Equal Opportunity Skeptic
03:46 PM on 07/15/2011
I couldn't understand this review at all. Is the poor writing intentional?
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InVinoVeritasBC
Ask yourself why...
01:37 PM on 07/15/2011
I'll weep like a baby if I watch this movie!
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The Mighty Pathos
Every day I thank god I'm an atheist
01:21 PM on 07/15/2011
The movie is getting great reviews. Shame it will be swallowed up by Harry Potter.

I want to smack whoever scheduled it for release this weekend.
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Reenie0528
Progressive not regressive
04:09 PM on 07/15/2011
Hi! I saw the Winnie the Pooh movie today. It's for very young children. I don't think the same people who are going to see the Harry Potter movie would be going to see Winnie and friends.
02:55 AM on 07/16/2011
If anything, I think "Cars 2" will be its main competition.
01:17 PM on 07/15/2011
I have fond, fond memories of Winnie the Pooh from my childhood. I might just think of going by myself - and not care what the other people around me think. It's a wonderful story with just a tremendous number of characters that have been a part of ANYONE's childhood in the 20th century. Thank you for not computer animating this.
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02:53 PM on 07/15/2011
Exactly what I was thinking!
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GraceNotes
We live for books.
01:15 PM on 07/15/2011
When I was a small child, an animated program of Winnie the Pooh came on TV every year. The animation itself was based on the original E. G. Shepard illustrations and the story was narrated by Sebastian Cabot (Mr. French). I always preferred that version to the Disney version.
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Mary Karius
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01:27 PM on 07/15/2011
OH! I remember that! There was never a better narrator of Pooh.
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practiceempathy
Tolerance need not yield to willful ignorance.
01:41 PM on 07/15/2011
Victor French was indeed the narrator of Disney's 60s and 70s versions. French also voiced Bagheera in Disney's The Jungle Book.
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GraceNotes
We live for books.
01:47 PM on 07/15/2011
He did indeed have a wonderful voice. I possibly remember his voice in the animated version of Kipling's Riki Tiki Tavi, too, but I could be wrong.
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01:58 PM on 07/15/2011
Sebastian Cabot...not Victor French...Victor French played western villians...Mr. Cabot narrated the Pooh stories and voiced Bagheera...