Vinni-Pukh i den zabot

Vinni-Pukh i den zabot

1972
Family/Kids
Animation
Short Film
21m
The final episode of the Russian adaptation of Winnie the Pooh. Eeyore is depressed because he lost his tail on his birthday and Pooh tries to cheer him up.
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Vinni-Pukh i den zabot

1972
Family/Kids
Animation
Short Film
21m
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Rated 20 Oct 2009
80
57th
I like the idea of introducing depression cases into children's viewing. Get's 'em all geared up for the real world.
Rated 11 Jul 2011
2
45th
Lovely style :)
Rated 26 Jul 2009
89
92nd
A tad slower than the first two films but it's just as fun to watch and a couple of parts are absolutely priceless.
Rated 07 Oct 2013
78
79th
The last episode was pretty long and not that successful as the two episodes before. Altough the present of an empty honey pot was good invention for Vinni-Pukh. The Piglet was more useful this time.
Rated 06 Jun 2011
50
33rd
_Pooh Communist Revolutions_. At this point, these characters are starting to wear out their welcome
Rated 15 Apr 2012
65
45th
I found the fact that Eeyore was the most depressed character in the history of children's cinema quite hilarious.
Rated 05 Dec 2013
61
42nd
The last and the longest episode. This one has definitely teaching purposes. It shows the kids that you should celebrate sb's birthday and why you should do it-it will make them happy even with crappy presents (?). Anyway, I like this episode because of the Eeyore.The English Donkey is also ok, but this one acts more believable. He acts like someone with depression and he's also cute (a balloon fitting in the jar etc.). Oh, and I think I've also seen the English version of this ep some time ago.
Rated 11 Jun 2012
81
55th
Another unique Pooh story. A must if you like the Pooh of the books.

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