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1. Baby Van Gogh (Video Only)
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2. Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too
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3. The Many Adventures of Winnie
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4. Baby Einstein: Language Nursery
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5. Baby Einstein - Neighborhood Animals
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8. Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery
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9. The Many Adventures of Winnie
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10. Baby Dolittle Neighborhood Animals
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11. Winnie the Pooh: Working Together
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12. Winnie the Pooh: Detective Tigger
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13. Baby Einstein Gift Pack Volume
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14. Winnie the Pooh: Pooh Wishes
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15. Winnie the Pooh: Pooh Learning
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1. Baby Van Gogh (Video Only)
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Asin: B00004VVNF
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Sales Rank: 25042
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (106)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
When I received 'Baby Einstein' at our baby shower, I had never heard of this before and was kind of skeptical about introducing my child to TV in infancy. Now, almost 9 months later, I'm happy to say that we are all big fans. And these products are appearing more and more on baby registries for almost all of our friends who are expecting.

We own several of the videos in the series, and Baby Van Gogh is probably the reigning champ (followed closely by Baby Mozart and the original, Baby Einstein). The use of color and art are really wonderful ways to delight and entertain a child, and my husband and I find ourselves a bit mesmerized as well. My daughter also loves seeing the other kids in the video and giggles pretty regularly at the same faces and smiles.

The creation of these videos, DVDs, CDs and books was a stroke of genius...Baby Einstein is truly an appropriate name.

4-0 out of 5 stars TV for baby? Well...maybe a little!
I have strong feelings about letting my child watch television. I firmly believe that children should spend their time outside playing or using their imaginations and not sitting watching TV for hours on end. However, I find that I don't mind the Baby Einstein videos...in fact I really enjoy watching them as it provides some quality time. Yes I did say quality time in reference to watching a video. Once a day I sit down with my son and we watch a part of a video together. I point to the objects on the screen and name them for him. He divides his time between the screen and interacting with me. At 7 months old he is absolutely fascinated by seeing all the children in the videos. He is also very fond of the puppets. The Van Gogh video is fun in the way it introduces colors. The music is pleasant and soothing. Vincent Van Goat (the puppet host) adds a lively touch...especially with the subtle bandage on his ear on the title screen of the video.

5-0 out of 5 stars FANTASTIC!
We own all the Baby Einstein videos and this is my son's favorite. He's been watching it since he was four months old, and it captivates him like no other in the series. I agree with the other reviews that this one is well structured, presenting colors in a logical and meaningful sequence while making it fun for baby at the same time. A close second would be Baby Neptune, but if you are considering buying any of the Baby Einsteins, this would be my first choice.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
Baby Van Gogh is so much better than the first Baby Eistein Videos - Baby Einstein, Baby Mozart and Baby Bach. This video has puppets that my children absolutely love, great classical music, a theme (learning colors) and structure. We also have Baby Doolittle: Neighborhood Animals, whcih is also great, and Baby Newton, which is not quite as good but still worth having. My kids are now two and four and they still watch this once in a while and enjoy it.

3-0 out of 5 stars A Favorite of Mine, but not the baby...
We are a Baby Einstein family, we have several of the DVDs, and as well as Toys, books etc. This is MY favorite DVD in the bunch. The music in this one is fun, and the puppet clips are actually humorous to an adult. The live action sequence are wonderful too, especially the introduction one with toys, animals and other things of every color. (And the annoying kids are kept to a minimum in this one, no corny jokes)

That being said...

This one won't hold my daughter's attention as well as some of the others. She'll watch a bit, and then it's off to explore the house! So this is one we'll put on in the background when we are playing other games, simply for the great music. I dig deeper in to the baby einstein series when I want one to have her watch while I prepare her lunch, or grab some laundry. For older babies, I recommend "Baby Neptune" or "Neighborhood Animals", which are her current favorites. For younger babies, the composer DVD's are like a magic on fussy babies, baby Mozart was an early favorite. ... Read more


2. Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too
Director: John Lounsbery
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Asin: 0788807307
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Sales Rank: 4448
Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars
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This third installment of the Disney Pooh series, first released in1974, is perhaps the liveliest, in part because the hyperactively bouncy stuffed tiger of the title seems tailor-made for animation. The story line, in which Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and company have to come to terms with the disruptive new presence in the Hundred Acre Wood, could almost be described as morally uplifting. And the character's theme song, "The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers," is the only really memorable number in the entire series; your kid will be singing it for days. The throaty tones of Paul Winchell, as Tigger, are a definite asset--and voice choices are by no means a neutral issue. When Disney chose the familiar tenor of in-house voiceover performer Sterling Holloway for the title character, it was a good example of what the politically minded call an "appropriative" gesture: a way of enveloping A.A. Milne's great children's book hero, of transforming him instantly into a generic Disney character. (You would never guess from the Disney renditions of Christopher that in the books, originally published in the 1920s, everybody was British.) The marketing machinations came full circle when Disney purchased rights to the original drawings by illustrator Ernest Shephard; merchandise depicting the two versions of the characters are now sold side by side in The Disney Store, like so many cans of New and Classic Coke. --David Chute ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The most wonderful thing about tiggers...
I don't have children, but I do act childish on occasion, so perhaps I can feel justified in this review. Although it may be sacrilege, this Disney film is more "real" to me than the A.A. Milne book (which I never read as a child). Paul Winchell and the Disney animators created larger-than-life icons that are somehow intimately personal at the same time.

"Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too" does indeed have a moral lesson (Tigger annoys everybody, gets stuck in a tree, and needs there help), and perhaps that is itself cause for recommendation. But warmth and sincerity are what makes these films works for the ages.

The Amazon reviewer seems to have been distracted by Disney's crass commercialism, which is unfortunate. Yes, I have a stuffed Tigger here in my office (shouldn't I be working?), but it never fails to bring cheer to myself and my colleagues. I can't imagine Barney or the Teletubbies ever having that kind of value. Quite simply, this is the story and these are the characters you remember from your own childhood. I think you'll have as much fun watching as your children.

And remember: The most wonderful thing about Tiggers is that Tiggers are wonderful things...

TTFN

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have......
Attention: All Parents

If you have a child that is 1-3 years of age, then classic Pooh videos are a must for your collection. Your child will fall in love with the characters, the songs, and the storyline. I really like the length of the videos as well (not too long, but not too short either...you parents know what I mean).

Bottom line: This a good, wholesome Pooh adventure that your child will love!

5-0 out of 5 stars A story worth buying!
This is the third story released by Disney in 1974, and is one that is worth buying for kids and adults. They will be fascinated by the unique story and all of the original voices and the color and the fabulous illustrations.

The story really comes to life with the voices of Sterling Holloway as Pooh, Paul Winchell as Tigger, and Junius Matthews as Rabbit. Those are the classic voices.

It contains a lot of action, from the beginning when they take Tigger on a long explore and lose him there, to the end when Tigger promises never to bounce again. This story will fascinate children of all ages. I love the story. If you have kids, you should buy them this story, and add it to your collection.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tiggers are wonderful things!
I remember being a little kid and eating homemade fudge while watching this awesome movie! My little sister was a Tigger fanatic and all of us loved this movie! It reprises some of the atmosphere of its predecessor (Blustery Day) wbat with the "Tiggers" song and some of the 'creepiness' of scenes like Rabbit in the woods and of Pooh & Piglet circling round the sand pit and being afraid of "jagulars", as well as the almost-bittersweetness at the end (in this case, Rabbit retracting his demand that Tigger never bounce again). It's hard to explain, but I think that anyone who loves these classic movies will agree with me and know what I'm getting at!
All in all, it retains some of the almost-spooky appeal of Blustery Day, but also has more light humor and not as sad storylines.
Great movie for young kids!

4-0 out of 5 stars Winnie Magic
This is my children's favourite Winnie Pooh story, and is one they watch over and over. Magic! ... Read more


3. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Director: John Lounsbery, Wolfgang Reitherman
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Sales Rank: 4231
Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Nothing Like Pooh Bear turning a Blustery Day into Sunshine
Winnie the Pooh has always been my favorite playmate and all his friends at enchanted Pooh Corner-Christopher Robin, Eeyore, Piglet, Kanga and Roo, Owl, Rabbit and Tigger, too. This is Walt Disney's 22nd full-length animated movie masterpiece. Winnie the Pooh was created in the 1920s out of British author A.A. Milne's whimisical stories he told to his son Christopher Robin. The character Pooh was created from Christopher's toy bear Edward Bear, and from his favorite London zoo friend "Winnie," a black bear. The name "Pooh" came from a swan residing also at the zoo. The film is a gathering of these wonderful moments and Disney's magic weaves them into this joyful feature-length movie.

This edition includes footage of behind the scenes interviews and how the story of Pooh all started. The original stories are "The Honey Tree," "The Blustery Day" and "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too." "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day" was nominated and won Best Cartoon Short Subject in 1968. If you're a lover of enchanted days take a journey to the Hundred Acre Wood with the most huggable, lovable bear of very little brain for a wonderful adventure and lots of honey pots! Complete with the magical music score theme song and the Tigger song, too. It's the best fun you'll have in your entire childhood with none other than that willy nilly silly old bear. Guaranteed!

5-0 out of 5 stars Disney Has The Magic And The Charm!
The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh is a very good movie for the whole family. It is so wholesome and filled with basic messages and foot tapping music that all ages will enjoy.

It has great character actors doing all the voices and who could every forget Tigger! Or Eyor or Piglet or Rabbit or Roo! Such a fun more even as I watch it as an adult today. The story of Pooh is a classic and it wasn't until Walt Disney created these three mini features and married them till the US populous catch on to Whinnie's adventures. And they are fun.

Winnie is lovable and adorable and has the biggest of all hearts of all the characters in the Disney line of magical memories I have ever seen! This movie is really special.

The DVD extras are just as good as the film. It has a storybook for the kids a music video by Carly Simon and series of games for children to figure out and even a Tigger sing-a-long. Also there are several previews for the kids to see the new Piglet movie, a new Pooh Christmas video due out this fall and Lilo and Stitch preview. With a lot of fun extras. This is a must for any collector of Disney or animated features overall.

5-0 out of 5 stars For people who are blind or have low vision.
I just found out that there are tapes like this (For people who are blind or have low vision.) on sale at Amazon.com! It's very great help for those kids!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great collection of Pooh stories
Yes, we all love Winnie the Pooh. However, the main reason I prefer "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" over any of the other Disney movies featuring Pooh Bear is the way this movie is set up. It's a compilation of several of the classic Pooh short stories, instead of one long movie. I find my two-year old gets much more out of watching the individual 10 minute stories, as opposed to attempting to sit through a full-length, animated film.
Thus, keeping the little ones (ages 1-5) and their attention spans in mind, I highly recommend "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" to be a must for any family video collection!

5-0 out of 5 stars Gotta see this one!!!!
Winnie the Pooh is one of the most lovable characters there is and this DVD showcases his sweetness. Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and all their friends romp and frollic through a series of stories that kids of all ages, even grown up kids, will enjoy. The stories are very entertaining and the voice talents who bring the characters to life are awesome. Most touching of all is Pooh and Christopher Robin toward the end of the movie discussing the fast approaching arrival of Christopher's departure to "school". My entire family loves this movie!!! ... Read more


4. Baby Einstein: Language Nursery
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Asin: B00000INEV
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Sales Rank: 14334
Average Customer Review: 3.23 out of 5 stars
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If you've been around babies in the last few years, you've seen these newfangled toys that are abstract in color (or just black, white, and red) and make curious, crunching noises. Studies have shown that these types of toys stimulate newborns, expanding the capacity of their little sponge-like minds. That concept comes to the video age in Baby Einstein. This 30-minute tape is called a "video board book" and the creators instructparents of 1- to 18-month-olds to use it that way: huddle around the TV often pointing out objects and interacting with the child as you would with a book.Bright toys, patterns, blocks, and the like move across the screen accompanied by natural sounds, music, and voices. English, Japanese, Russian, German, and other languages are heard telling nursery rhymes or counting to 20. Now the creators don't expect your baby to recite "Humpty Dumpty" in Spanish by the end of the tape, but, as they state in theintroduction, hearing different languages invigorates a baby's mind. These educatorswent on to combine classical music with their program on Baby Mozart and Baby Bach. --Doug Thomas ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars 26 Months and still requests
My son (26 months) still enjoys baby einstein, especially the CD now. We practice saying the alphabet, numbers and other words in numerous languages. His confidence with foreign language can be directly attributed to this video/CD as it was his only exposure for the first 2 years. Now, my husband and I are learning the other languages along with our son. We count in spanish, french, and german - our son can count in japanese we can't discern the sounds well enough, but he can. We also own baby mozart, bach, newton, doolittle and shakespeare. All of them are requested on a regular basis and preferred to blue's clues and the other "more entertaining" TV he is exposed to. When we listen to the radio with classical music, he will tell us which video the music comes from. We watch shakespeare before going to bed and listen to the poetry before going to find a book to read. These materials have enriched all of our lives and hopefully they will do the same for you.

4-0 out of 5 stars An educated parent's $.02
I had to add my input after reading all the reviews, positive and negative. This video does indeed appear "homemade." However, the creator (Julie Clark) and her husband, who does all the video, have gotten progressively more sophisticated with each video, although I would not recommend any of the Baby _____ videos for their video quality. Regardless, they are captivating to young babies. My six month old son has been watching all three, Einstein, Mozart and Bach since he was one month old. I was very dubious regarding the claims that they would interest a baby this young. He reacted with delight then, and continues to enjoy them all. He has just started watching Baby Shakespeare which seems to be his favorite, so don't be afraid to start your baby early on this one. I would suggest if your baby doesn't take to it the first time, give it a second try. You can get all the adult opinions you want, but really, it's how your baby reacts that counts! It's been designed to appeal to babies and their view of the world.

1-0 out of 5 stars does not fit age suggestion
This video would be ok for an older child. The majority of the video is in different languages. They don't even give you subtitles to help the children possibly learn the other languages. There are only a few in english. The only section where you can select an English only part (DVD) they only do the alphabet and count to 20. My 7 month old is very attentive with these videos, but even he was not entertained, not even by the colors.

4-0 out of 5 stars It made my 3-month-old squeal with delight!
Although we limit the amount of TV our daughter watches, we let her start watching this video at 3 months for the colors and movement. She actually squealed with delight each time she watched it!

The video shows colorful graphics and toys while people say the alphabet, count to 20 or say a nursery rhyme in many languages. I only wish there were a translation for each nursery rhyme with the video.

We have several other Baby Einstein videos and this one and Baby Shakespeare are her favorite! We like the music on Baby Bach, but agree that the videography is not as good and there are too many features of Julie Clark's children.

1-0 out of 5 stars not entertaining for babies
The concept is ok. My 9 mo old daughter could not care less about this video and i can hardly stand to watch it either. You have no idea what they are saying in the other languages. What's going on on the screen has nothing to do with what they're saying. My advice: music & babies - these two things will keep your little one very content so you can take a little break. ... Read more


5. Baby Einstein - Neighborhood Animals
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Asin: B00006SFPB
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Sales Rank: 2041
Average Customer Review: 4.46 out of 5 stars
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BABY EINSTEIN(R) uses real-world objects, music, art, language, science, and nature to expose young children to the world around them in playful, enriching ways. Our nature series, including WORLD ANIMALS and this irresistible title, NEIGHBORHOOD ANIMALS, captures the spirit of a child's fascination with animals. NEIGHBORHOOD ANIMALS takes your little one a field trip around the house, to the farm, and down the river to see dogs, cats, rabbits, cows, horses, and pigs, and will mesmerize children with stimulating, colorful images and delightful puppetry. All BABY EINSTEIN titles are set to music specially reorchestrated for little ears. You and your child will love our wonderful versions of classic compositions by Beethoven, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Vivaldi. We encourage you to watch this video with your child and enjoy the sights and sounds together. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars This video is my 7 month old daughters favorite!
We used the baby Bach and baby Mozart videos when our 7 month old was younger and she loves them, but Neighborhood Animals is her all time favorite. She sits in her walker and watches the animals and even tries to talk to them. She gets excited when the pupets/animals make sounds and loves the music. She smiles and starts making her little baby sounds everytime she see Pavlov the dog. We used to put her in her swing and let her watch Bach or Mozart while we get ready for work in the A.M. But with this video she got so excited in the swing that we had to put her on the floor or in her walker! Even though the age recommendations are 1 yr to 4 yr I highly recommend it for younger babies. I took the video over to the sitters and she said all the kids liked it and watched intently. (the ages are 8mth, 7mth, 5mth and 2 years!) I'm not a big fan of sitting my daughter in front of the TV; however, when both parents work and you need to buy a little time in the morning this is the greatest! I hope your children love it as much as my daughter does!

4-0 out of 5 stars Another good video for a rainy day
This video is what you would expect from the Baby Einstein Company--puppetry, classical music score, toys, live action children and video footage of animals. It's designed around 4 themes, animals in the house (dog, cat, mouse), yard, (bird, rabbit, bug), farm (cow, horse, pig)and river (frog, otter, duck). My 14 month old daughter enjoys it, especially the children singing "Old MacDonald" during the farm sequence, and the flying cow marrionette. I didn't give it a full five stars largely because, on the whole, the quality of the puppetry (as opposed to others in the series like Baby Shakespeare and Baby Van Gogh) is not of the same caliber and the toy sequences don't seem to have the same level of wit and humor that sparkles in the other videos. My opinion is that this video is simply following their tried and true formula, granted, it is one that, judging from my child's reaction, works well, but maybe needs some fine tuning.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great toddler-pleaser!
I recently bought this video for our 2 year old daughter, who has loved the other BE videos for some time now. She absolutely loved it! She has always loved animals and so this, along with world animals are her favorites. I've actually caught myself interested in it while doing dishes even! These videos are aimed toward birth to toddler ages, however even our five year old loves this one with all the animal footage. I highly recommend it- a great way to settle down before naps, too.

2-0 out of 5 stars child's attention not held
I have used Baby Einstein products in past but I have found the more recent titles lacking in the entertainment quality of the older titles. My child gets bored pretty easily with them now, and actually gets a little scared with some of the segments. I am concerned that these products are being made too quickly without being tested on young children.

4-0 out of 5 stars Only one complaint
This video is very good. It is simple and enjoyable. My only complaint is about the sound. It is of poor quality. It sounds muffled and it is quite loud. It is mostly the music and not so much the sound effects and the child's voice that sounds bad. If the sound were better I would have given it five stars. ... Read more


6. Wishing Bear
Director: Karl Geurs, Terence Harrison, Ken Kessel
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Sales Rank: 12410
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Disney at its Best
Disney animation is the best even if not a full feature. The saturday afternoon fare such as the Pooh series,Aladdin and others,
represent the Disney studios willingness to continue with what works best in animation and story.Not only great stories,but lessons to be learned as well."The Piglet Who Would Be King" is a perfect example.Being able to watch these with your kids is a joy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pooh Bear is the Best!!!
When I was little I used to watch Pooh Bear everyday. When I got older they put them out on video. I went out an bought all the Pooh Bear Videos. I love them and watch them everyday. ... Read more


7. Baby Mozart
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Sales Rank: 8428
Average Customer Review: 4.58 out of 5 stars
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It's called "the Mozart Effect," the notion that exposing youngsters tothe melodies of the maestro can improve verbal ability, spatial intelligence, creativity, and memory. It's a pretty big leap of faith to understand that effect unless you personally see a toddler react to the stimulation. The Baby Einstein folks have a series of tapes (Baby Einstein, Baby Bach) that add visual stimulation to the bouncy recordings (using vibraphone, Rhodes electric piano, and even a glockenspiel). The melodies are heard against colorful imagery of spinning tops, wave machines, soft baby toys, mobiles, and the like. Several parenting groups and magazines have heralded the tapes for children 1 to 36 months, but the Orwellian aspect of introducing babes in arms to the TV screen may cause many to just pick up the CD. --Doug Thomas ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Baby Mozart has saved my sanity
I had picked up various Baby Einstein tapes while pregnant but didn't expect to use them until my son was closer to a year old. I also never intended to encourage TV watching. At around 5 months, however, and before his eyes even seemed to focus on the TV, I popped in the Baby Mozart tape in a moment of extreme fussiness and frustration. He was immediately mesmorized. He is 8 months old now and will not sit still for any TV show or video EXCEPT for Baby Mozart. He stops crying, whining, or whatever else he is doing and stares in awe throughout the entire video. He even gets mad if you walk in front of the screen while it's playing! There are times I rewind it and play it again and again until I get the dishes done and order restored. My son is captivated (and hopefully learning something) and the music is delightful enough not to have (yet) grated on my nerves. I highly recommend this video to any parent. Of the other tapes: Baby Beethoven is also a good choice for infants, but has an irritatingly long introduction that loses Baby's interest before the action begins. Baby Doolittle seems like the tape my son will love next.

4-0 out of 5 stars Gladly recommended with only one caution "just in case."
My grandson was 6 months old when started watching Baby Mozart. He was fascinated from the start. I was glad I held him in my arms to move to the music and share the video with him, though, because the lizard hand-puppet that appears at one point and sticks his red tongue out in fun, and the barking dog puppet scared him. They startled him and he cried every time they appeared and made their abrupt gesture and/or noise, but, because I was holding him, he was quickly soothed. Subsequently, when I knew they were coming, I made a point of saying hi! and waving hi! to them and petting them after they made their sounds and we could get closer to the screen, so he got over that just fine. He is totally absorbed by the video, and the one time he watched it from his play seat rather than my arms, I found him craning his neck and leaning way over completely drawn in. I can't help but wonder a bit, however, why this couldn't have been done with the original musical instruments as opposed to the "baby-friendly" instruments employed here.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for colicky babies!!!
I recently purchased the Baby Mozart video for my daughter who is 2.5 months old and has an extreme case of colic. NOTHING would calm her down - I mean nothing. However, she just LOVES this video. I put it in while she is in the middle of one of her screaming fits and within 3 minutes she is glued to the screen smiling and cooing. I don't know what it is but she truly adores this video. The only thing is I wish it was a little bit longer - it only runs about 30 minutes and that is barely enough time to do anything around the house. I would highly recommend this video to any parent who has tried it all with no success for a colicky baby. It just might save your sanity like it did for me!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Wondering what's next?
The series is very interesting and I'm wondering if more kids videos are on the way. My children are 6 and 3 and like watching these and other videos again and again.

3-0 out of 5 stars It amzes me that this video gets so many rave reviews
I give three stars only because it does come in handy if you need to occupy your infant for thirty minutes, and the video is at least age appropriate for infants...I would much rather have a one year old watch this than a faster paced cartoon. We received this video, Baby Einstein and Baby Bach as a gift and I was not impressed with any of them, although, as I said, they did once in a while come in handy. I do highly recommend some of the newer BE series videos...we got Baby Van Gogh and Baby Doolittle Neighborhood Animals when my daughter was a baby and they are so much better because they use puppets and have a theme and some structure. I never understood the "video board book" concpet of watching the video as an activity with your child...I much preferred looking at picture books when my children were infants. ... Read more


8. Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
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Asin: 0788822721
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Sales Rank: 630
Average Customer Review: 4.77 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good for the young and old!
I am 17 years old, and I've loved this video since I was little. It's so hard not to love Winnie the Pooh. It's good for kids because it's just a nice, friendly cartoon with a good lesson at the end. I guess it's good for everyone in that way. Also, any cartoon with "Huffalumps" and "Woozles" is worth buying!

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple but sweet, good lesson in friendship, & FUN!
I watched this video with my own children and now have the good fortune to be watching it with my 2 year old grandaughter, who, in this world of high tech, big budget blockbuster cartoon movies was absolutely transfixed when she saw it the first time! She sat in her little red chair and couldn't take her eyes off the screen. Even though the animation isn't as wild and colorful as some of the cartoons out there now, its soft tones and simplicity activate a childs imagination, and you can see that they are absolutely drawn into this timeless tale as the scenes unfold and the pages of the book turn. Winnie the Pooh is ageless, and this is a simply sweet, fun video that has proved it can stand up in a blustery wind to anything out there on the market today!

5-0 out of 5 stars Ahhh... The classical Pooh!
This is my all-time favorite DISNEY series. I've been watching the entire set of tapes for WTP since I was about 2 or 3 and I STILL never get tired of it! There are 3 episodes in all, and if you were to put em together, you'd get what they call "The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh". This is but one of the many chapters that were used in that movie but all 3 used to have to be sold seperately back in the day. However, I was one of the lucky ones to get the COMPLETE VHS boxed-set that had all 3 Pooh-Bear episodes including: "Winnie The Pooh And The Honey "(1966), "Winnie The Pooh And The Blustery Day"(1968), "Winnie the Pooh And Tigger Too!"(1974). Yes, it even had the BONUS episode, "Winnie The Pooh And A Day For Eeyore"(1983). Blustery Day itself, is one of my favorites next to Tigger Too and is a very VERY fun movie! When a terrible storm hits the 100 Acre Wood, Piglet is stranded out at sea during a giant flood! Can Pooh save his friend within the nick of time? You'll just have to watch to find out!! I highly reccomend you add this to your Disney collection and get the kids. They'll love it! BTW, don't pay any attention to those NEWER versions of the classical Pooh. In my opinion, it's just not the same. They don't make 'em like they used to. :(

2-0 out of 5 stars Parents should know before buying
Any parents concerned about their young toddlers or children viewing guns on television may not want to purchase this video. When Pooh is scared at night he gets out his pop gun and starts pacing with it on his shoulder ready to protect himself from any intruders. I was very disappointed in this video.

5-0 out of 5 stars A True Classic!
Out of all the videos that you will find out there, you have to say that this is one of the true classics. This video won an Oscar Award in 1968 for Best Cartoon short subject.

I love this video and it is full of action. This is the kind of video for you if you are someone who likes videos to be full of action. For example, Owl's tree blows down, and Pooh dreams about Heffalumps and Woozles. Behind all of the scary things, like the Heffalumps and Woozles song, the video is kind and it has a message at the end.(If your kids are under 2, Heffalumps and Woozles may be too extreme).

Out of the four classic Winnie the Pooh tales, I believe that this is the most rewarding and deserving because of how it has good voices, animation, color, artwork, and the story is fun. There are a lot of fun songs to get kids to sing along to.

This is a video that I could keep my eyes on for a long time, and it would still be entertaining, because it is fun and there is adventure in every twist and turn.

This is a wonderful kids movie, and it is good for Pooh lovers everywhere and of any age. If you have kids, this video is a must! ... Read more


9. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (25th Anniversary Edition)
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Celebrate the magical and heartwarming stories that have delighted families for generations! Pooh's first and most beloved feature film marks its 25th anniversary with a special edition of the classic animated movie favorite. Experience the magical tales that started the Pooh tradition, an extraordinary masterpiece of classic Disney artistry. These charming stories are filled with timeless Pooh adventures, including the first meeting between Tigger and Pooh, Pooh getting stuck in Rabbit's house from eating too much honey, and the lovable characters' flurry of activity on a hilarious windy day. Accompanied by the engaging songs that endeared Winnie The Pooh to fans everywhere, such as "Little Black Rain Cloud" and "Rumbly In My Tumbly," these classic moments continue to enchant children and Pooh-lovers alike. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Nothing Like Pooh Bear turning a Blustery Day into Sunshine
Winnie the Pooh has always been my favorite playmate and all his friends at enchanted Pooh Corner-Christopher Robin, Eeyore, Piglet, Kanga and Roo, Owl, Rabbit and Tigger, too. This is Walt Disney's 22nd full-length animated movie masterpiece. Winnie the Pooh was created in the 1920s out of British author A.A. Milne's whimisical stories he told to his son Christopher Robin. The character Pooh was created from Christopher's toy bear Edward Bear, and from his favorite London zoo friend "Winnie," a black bear. The name "Pooh" came from a swan residing also at the zoo. The film is a gathering of these wonderful moments and Disney's magic weaves them into this joyful feature-length movie.

This edition includes footage of behind the scenes interviews and how the story of Pooh all started. The original stories are "The Honey Tree," "The Blustery Day" and "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too." "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day" was nominated and won Best Cartoon Short Subject in 1968. If you're a lover of enchanted days take a journey to the Hundred Acre Wood with the most huggable, lovable bear of very little brain for a wonderful adventure and lots of honey pots! Complete with the magical music score theme song and the Tigger song, too. It's the best fun you'll have in your entire childhood with none other than that willy nilly silly old bear. Guaranteed!

5-0 out of 5 stars Disney Has The Magic And The Charm!
The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh is a very good movie for the whole family. It is so wholesome and filled with basic messages and foot tapping music that all ages will enjoy.

It has great character actors doing all the voices and who could every forget Tigger! Or Eyor or Piglet or Rabbit or Roo! Such a fun more even as I watch it as an adult today. The story of Pooh is a classic and it wasn't until Walt Disney created these three mini features and married them till the US populous catch on to Whinnie's adventures. And they are fun.

Winnie is lovable and adorable and has the biggest of all hearts of all the characters in the Disney line of magical memories I have ever seen! This movie is really special.

The DVD extras are just as good as the film. It has a storybook for the kids a music video by Carly Simon and series of games for children to figure out and even a Tigger sing-a-long. Also there are several previews for the kids to see the new Piglet movie, a new Pooh Christmas video due out this fall and Lilo and Stitch preview. With a lot of fun extras. This is a must for any collector of Disney or animated features overall.

5-0 out of 5 stars For people who are blind or have low vision.
I just found out that there are tapes like this (For people who are blind or have low vision.) on sale at Amazon.com! It's very great help for those kids!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great collection of Pooh stories
Yes, we all love Winnie the Pooh. However, the main reason I prefer "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" over any of the other Disney movies featuring Pooh Bear is the way this movie is set up. It's a compilation of several of the classic Pooh short stories, instead of one long movie. I find my two-year old gets much more out of watching the individual 10 minute stories, as opposed to attempting to sit through a full-length, animated film.
Thus, keeping the little ones (ages 1-5) and their attention spans in mind, I highly recommend "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" to be a must for any family video collection!

5-0 out of 5 stars Gotta see this one!!!!
Winnie the Pooh is one of the most lovable characters there is and this DVD showcases his sweetness. Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and all their friends romp and frollic through a series of stories that kids of all ages, even grown up kids, will enjoy. The stories are very entertaining and the voice talents who bring the characters to life are awesome. Most touching of all is Pooh and Christopher Robin toward the end of the movie discussing the fast approaching arrival of Christopher's departure to "school". My entire family loves this movie!!! ... Read more


10. Baby Dolittle Neighborhood Animals
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When Baby Einstein started its "video board books" in 1997, the company was virtually alone in the field of baby development. By its sixth video, the field has become crowded with similar-sounding titles. Now scientists might be able to analyze what a baby will get out of a video like Baby Dolittle compared to Baby Van Gogh, but is it worth getting more baby videos? Absolutely--babies love variety as much as their adult counterparts. On that level, Baby Dolittle scores. The theme of animals is a natural, and this show should cause squeals of delight from little ones 1 to 4 years old. Using a stimulating mix of brightly colored toys, whimsical puppets (including your host, Pavlov the Dog), and lots of pictures, Baby Dolittle takes the viewer on a 30-minute tour of commonly found animals. Help your little pal spot a pig on the farm or a dog in the house. Baby Dolittle uses animals' sounds, kids' drawings, and photography for each animal in four habitats. The natural settings and original, bright recordings of Beethoven, Rimsky-Korsakov, Vivaldi, and others should make this a favorite every time you want to visit Old MacDonald's Farm. Followed by a companion production, Baby Dolittle World Animals. --Doug Thomas ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars This video is my 7 month old daughters favorite!
We used the baby Bach and baby Mozart videos when our 7 month old was younger and she loves them, but Neighborhood Animals is her all time favorite. She sits in her walker and watches the animals and even tries to talk to them. She gets excited when the pupets/animals make sounds and loves the music. She smiles and starts making her little baby sounds everytime she see Pavlov the dog. We used to put her in her swing and let her watch Bach or Mozart while we get ready for work in the A.M. But with this video she got so excited in the swing that we had to put her on the floor or in her walker! Even though the age recommendations are 1 yr to 4 yr I highly recommend it for younger babies. I took the video over to the sitters and she said all the kids liked it and watched intently. (the ages are 8mth, 7mth, 5mth and 2 years!) I'm not a big fan of sitting my daughter in front of the TV; however, when both parents work and you need to buy a little time in the morning this is the greatest! I hope your children love it as much as my daughter does!

4-0 out of 5 stars Another good video for a rainy day
This video is what you would expect from the Baby Einstein Company--puppetry, classical music score, toys, live action children and video footage of animals. It's designed around 4 themes, animals in the house (dog, cat, mouse), yard, (bird, rabbit, bug), farm (cow, horse, pig)and river (frog, otter, duck). My 14 month old daughter enjoys it, especially the children singing "Old MacDonald" during the farm sequence, and the flying cow marrionette. I didn't give it a full five stars largely because, on the whole, the quality of the puppetry (as opposed to others in the series like Baby Shakespeare and Baby Van Gogh) is not of the same caliber and the toy sequences don't seem to have the same level of wit and humor that sparkles in the other videos. My opinion is that this video is simply following their tried and true formula, granted, it is one that, judging from my child's reaction, works well, but maybe needs some fine tuning.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great toddler-pleaser!
I recently bought this video for our 2 year old daughter, who has loved the other BE videos for some time now. She absolutely loved it! She has always loved animals and so this, along with world animals are her favorites. I've actually caught myself interested in it while doing dishes even! These videos are aimed toward birth to toddler ages, however even our five year old loves this one with all the animal footage. I highly recommend it- a great way to settle down before naps, too.

2-0 out of 5 stars child's attention not held
I have used Baby Einstein products in past but I have found the more recent titles lacking in the entertainment quality of the older titles. My child gets bored pretty easily with them now, and actually gets a little scared with some of the segments. I am concerned that these products are being made too quickly without being tested on young children.

4-0 out of 5 stars Only one complaint
This video is very good. It is simple and enjoyable. My only complaint is about the sound. It is of poor quality. It sounds muffled and it is quite loud. It is mostly the music and not so much the sound effects and the child's voice that sounds bad. If the sound were better I would have given it five stars. ... Read more


11. Winnie the Pooh: Working Together
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5-0 out of 5 stars Winnie fhe Pooh: Helping Others
This Winnie the Pooh video is delightful. It's educational too! It is cute, like the other videos. A great kids video. ... Read more


12. Winnie the Pooh: Detective Tigger
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Join Pooh and his pals from the Hundred Acre Wood for play-along fun that's full of laughter and imagination! New discoveries await within each delightful adventure! When pots of hunny are mysteriously missing, TIGGER, PRIVATE EAR, springs onto a solution! Then, it's a case of mistaken identity in SHAM POOH -- and there are thrills galore with the INVASION OF THE POOH SNATCHER. And finally, EEYORE'S TAIL TALE proves that when it comes to clues, even little Piglets can be a big help! ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Sherlock Tigger - Private Ear
A whimsical video focussing on Tigger's "amazing" ability to find missing items, right in front of everyone's nose. There is just something endearing about Tigger and his quest to solve mysteries - even if it means making them himself! Very inspiring for future Sherlock Holmes'. ... Read more


13. Baby Einstein Gift Pack Volume 2 (Baby Mozart/Baby Van Gogh/Baby Dolittle Neighborhood Animals & World Animals)
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5-0 out of 5 stars wonderful infant/toddler entertainment
I actually bought each one of these VHS tapes separately...and STILL I'm thankful that I've bought every one of the tapes in this series. My son (now 15 months) LOVES to watch these tapes, clap, squeal, and "dance" to the music. I'll let him sit in the living room floor, and enjoy the entertainment! While it gives my husband and I the much needed break! These videos put sight, sound, and motion all into effect. It's a fun way for little ones to start learning about animals, foreign language, ABC's and 123's, and much much more!

4-0 out of 5 stars We love them!
I've been recommending these videos for years to friends. We have them all now. This set is great because it has Baby Mozart in it....definitely the best of all of them. However, my children 3 1/2 and 18 mos. love the other 3 too. Both my children recognize the music played when my husband plays his cds. If they see toys or paintings that appear at stores, etc. they point them out and tell me which video they appear in. I just wish they hadn't put Baby Doolittle World and Neighborhood in the same set. I also wish these sets were on DVD!

3-0 out of 5 stars The better of the two gift packs
We got this gift pack and volume one for a baby shower gift.
Volume one is not so great, but Volume 2 has Baby Mozart and Baby Van Gogh in it, which are both great. If you enjoy the Baby Einstein videos and don't have these, this deal is pretty good, since these are the best videos in the collection. My older daughter Emmie is just over two years. She doesn't get very much stimulation from them, but will still watch them with her new sister and me. ... Read more


14. Winnie the Pooh: Pooh Wishes
Director: Karl Geurs, Terence Harrison, Ken Kessel
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No childhood is complete without a little magic and Pooh Wishes delightfully delivers it. In The Wishing Bear, the centerpiece of a trio of tales, Pooh learns to wish upon a star, but then struggles to recall the offbeat rhyme. His journey to remember, coupled with his driving need to make sure his friend's wishes come true, is heartachingly sweet. Friendship is also the underlying theme in two other adventures. In Goodbye Mr. Pooh, a surprise party makes the bear think his friends want him to move away, while Balloonatics uses a balloon--another staple of childhood--to show that friends stick together no matter what. It all adds up to three rewarding fables of friendship in three-quarters of an hour. --Valerie J. Nelson ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Pooh and the Gang at their best!
The first story in this collection of three short stories is, without a doubt, the most charming of the three. It keeps my 2 year old's interest from the very start. The second story, Goodbye Mr. Pooh, is a sweet tale about a misunderstanding between friends. The odd-couple take on Piglet and Pooh is a must-see for any Pooh fan. The third story, Balloonatics, is a great story teaching children that it is always better to tell the truth. There is one scene in which Pooh is dreaming that he is on trial for popping Christpher Robin's balloon. My son doesn't like that scene because it shows Pooh in a cage, after he is found guilty. Other than that, he loves this tape and truthfully, SO DO I! A must-have for any Pooh collection!

5-0 out of 5 stars Pooh Wishes
What's there to say but it is a fine movie that generates friendship among the Pooh clan. We have a two-year old that runs around the house chanting "Pooh Wishes, Pooh Wishes." What better review could a movie get? Great animation and storyline that brings out the endearing quality of Pooh helping his friends wishes come true. "Pooh Wishes" is definitely a "must" for two-year-olds everywhere! ... Read more


15. Winnie the Pooh: Pooh Learning - Making Friends
Director: Karl Geurs, Terence Harrison, Ken Kessel
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Your family will love "Pooh Learning," a special collection that offers loving lessons on growing up with Pooh and all his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. In "Cloud, Cloud Go Away," Tigger makes friends with a lonely cloud, and then "Tigger's Houseguest" turns out to be a hungry termite! In "The Bug Stops Here," Christopher Robin discovers an irresistable insect, and "Tigger Is The Mother Of Invention" proves good work is its own reward ... especially for Piglet! ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best offering of the New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
In my opinion, this is the best of the Pooh Learning videos, even though it is not as good as the storybook classics. Of the four parts, the three first ones are the best. In "Cloud, Cloud Go Away", Tigger makes friends with a cloud, and in "Tigger's Houseguest", Tigger meets a troublesome termite, and in "The Bug Stops Here", they find a bug for Christopher Robin's science project.

The last one is, in my opinion, not about learning. It is called "Tigger is The Mother of Invention", where Tigger makes something to help his friends, but destroys their things, and makes things worse. Then he makes another one, which makes things worse than the first, until it rescues Piglet, to clear snow away from his home.

That should have gone with the less entertaining Winnie the Pooh, Helping Others video. That was not making friends, it was about Helping Others. In my opinion, they should have had a Learning tape 1,2,3,4,and 5, so they would not have titles that do not match the story.

I love this tale. Even though things could have been better, I still love it. It is GREAT! A must for a young child. ... Read more


16. Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day - Learn to Read Edition
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
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The Disney animated films of any given period all seem to be cut fromone big piece of the same brightly colored cloth. Whatever their sources, they have all been seamlessly Disneyized. The Winnie the Pooh shorts are typical products of the Wolfgang Reitherman period of the '60s and '70s, supervised by the animation director responsible for The Sword in the Stone and The Jungle Book. It's jaunty, tuneful stuff, but produced on the cheap, crude, and sketchy-looking in comparison with recent peak achievements of Disney craftsmanship such as Mulan. This second installment (1968) takes off from one of the most stirring episodes in the second of A.A. Milne's books of stories about Christopher Robin and the Hundred Acre Woods crew, "The House at Pooh Corner," in which the wood weathers a storm and even a flood, and the animal chums learn to pull together in an emergency. Think of it as a disaster movie for the preschool crowd. --David Chute ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Good for the young and old!
I am 17 years old, and I've loved this video since I was little. It's so hard not to love Winnie the Pooh. It's good for kids because it's just a nice, friendly cartoon with a good lesson at the end. I guess it's good for everyone in that way. Also, any cartoon with "Huffalumps" and "Woozles" is worth buying!

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple but sweet, good lesson in friendship, & FUN!
I watched this video with my own children and now have the good fortune to be watching it with my 2 year old grandaughter, who, in this world of high tech, big budget blockbuster cartoon movies was absolutely transfixed when she saw it the first time! She sat in her little red chair and couldn't take her eyes off the screen. Even though the animation isn't as wild and colorful as some of the cartoons out there now, its soft tones and simplicity activate a childs imagination, and you can see that they are absolutely drawn into this timeless tale as the scenes unfold and the pages of the book turn. Winnie the Pooh is ageless, and this is a simply sweet, fun video that has proved it can stand up in a blustery wind to anything out there on the market today!

5-0 out of 5 stars Ahhh... The classical Pooh!
This is my all-time favorite DISNEY series. I've been watching the entire set of tapes for WTP since I was about 2 or 3 and I STILL never get tired of it! There are 3 episodes in all, and if you were to put em together, you'd get what they call "The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh". This is but one of the many chapters that were used in that movie but all 3 used to have to be sold seperately back in the day. However, I was one of the lucky ones to get the COMPLETE VHS boxed-set that had all 3 Pooh-Bear episodes including: "Winnie The Pooh And The Honey "(1966), "Winnie The Pooh And The Blustery Day"(1968), "Winnie the Pooh And Tigger Too!"(1974). Yes, it even had the BONUS episode, "Winnie The Pooh And A Day For Eeyore"(1983). Blustery Day itself, is one of my favorites next to Tigger Too and is a very VERY fun movie! When a terrible storm hits the 100 Acre Wood, Piglet is stranded out at sea during a giant flood! Can Pooh save his friend within the nick of time? You'll just have to watch to find out!! I highly reccomend you add this to your Disney collection and get the kids. They'll love it! BTW, don't pay any attention to those NEWER versions of the classical Pooh. In my opinion, it's just not the same. They don't make 'em like they used to. :(

2-0 out of 5 stars Parents should know before buying
Any parents concerned about their young toddlers or children viewing guns on television may not want to purchase this video. When Pooh is scared at night he gets out his pop gun and starts pacing with it on his shoulder ready to protect himself from any intruders. I was very disappointed in this video.

5-0 out of 5 stars A True Classic!
Out of all the videos that you will find out there, you have to say that this is one of the true classics. This video won an Oscar Award in 1968 for Best Cartoon short subject.

I love this video and it is full of action. This is the kind of video for you if you are someone who likes videos to be full of action. For example, Owl's tree blows down, and Pooh dreams about Heffalumps and Woozles. Behind all of the scary things, like the Heffalumps and Woozles song, the video is kind and it has a message at the end.(If your kids are under 2, Heffalumps and Woozles may be too extreme).

Out of the four classic Winnie the Pooh tales, I believe that this is the most rewarding and deserving because of how it has good voices, animation, color, artwork, and the story is fun. There are a lot of fun songs to get kids to sing along to.

This is a video that I could keep my eyes on for a long time, and it would still be entertaining, because it is fun and there is adventure in every twist and turn.

This is a wonderful kids movie, and it is good for Pooh lovers everywhere and of any age. If you have kids, this video is a must! ... Read more


17. The Tigger Movie
Director: Jun Falkenstein
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In the classic tradition of Disney's animated feature films, the first Winnie The Pooh theatrical feature in 23 years weaves magical storytelling, charming characters, and memorable songs into an enchanting tale of adventure and heart. As it happens, the whole gang is busy preparing asuitably gloomy winter home for Eeyore. When everything they do seems to get undone by Tigger's exuberant bouncing, Rabbit suggests Tigger go outside and find other tiggers to bounce with -- a notion Tigger finds ridiculous because after all, he's "the onliest one!"Or is he? And so begins Tigger's amazing journey to find his family.This whimsical and touching film will bounce right into your heart -- and feet. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The best animated film of 2000!
Though not as great as the original "Pooh" cartoons, The Tigger Movie is a magical, gentle addition to the Winnie the Pooh franchise. The story centers around comic relief character Tigger, and his search to find others of his kind. It turns out that being the only one is not all it's cracked up to be. When the other residents of the Hundred Acre Wood, lead by a well-meaning Roo, write a letter to Tigger from a fictional "family" of Tiggers, Tigger thinks it's all working out perfectly. Unfortunately, the charade can't go on forever... and it all leads to a thrilling snowy climax at the edge of the Hundred Acre Woods.

Tigger Movie is a story about belonging... about being part of a family. The message of this heartwarming film is that your family consists of those who love you as well as those who look like you. Everyone can belong, and the bonds of friendship are stronger than steel.

Kids will relate to the wonderfully acted Roo, and parents and adults will appreciate and be touched by this tale of courage, loyalty, and love.

The animation is much like that of the original cartoons, and the backgrounds are beautiful. The film's songs were written by the Sherman Brothers, who wrote the original Pooh tunes. I give this film my highest recommendation.

5-0 out of 5 stars A standout children's DVD
Sitting on the couch with my 2 year old son, I've become something of a connoisseur of children's movies at this point. To be blunt, most of the modern "Pooh" films from Disney are pretty much garbage. The Piglet and Roo movies are especially painful, and got tossed out after about 1/2 a viewing each. In both of those, the characters are just being yanked and shoved through the motions by a giant, souless marketing machine that is determined to squeeze yet more cash out of them, even if it has to kill them in the process.

This "Tigger Movie" is different though. Again and again I found that it moved me to tears, and the story, animation and writing all hit home, almost like they were created by people who actually cared deeply about what they were doing. So far, it's the only one of the modern Pooh films I've seen that captures much of the original Disney/A.A. Milne magic. My son loves it too.

5-0 out of 5 stars For all Pooh fans
I like this movie mostly because I have no problems with my son watching it, as with all Winnie the Pooh movies. It is a Pooh movie that doesn't have the five minute stories but one large story. In this movie, Rabbit suggests to Tigger to go find other Tiggers to bounce with and so Tigger is off to find his family tree, which must be the greatest tree in the hundred acre woods.

It is rather cute and the songs that go along with the movie are great. My son and I will dance to a couple of them. It is also fun to watch all of the Pooh friends try to dress up like Tigger and "do as Tiggers do." My son loves this movie! Even as an adult I enjoy sitting back and watching this film.

Cute story, a little humor,and kid-friendly... this movie is highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this movie!
Tigger has been my favorite character since i can remember except i just had Disney records and a storybook to sign along with.
I loved this movie it is SO cute. i dont know why some of the rest of the reviewers have bagged it. who cares if its not state of the art animation. it's a heartwarming story with a funny Tigger bouncy character. that is all i need.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not a fan of Kenny Loggins!
I can't stand that song, I did not care too much for the movie. The characters are cute and all but the plot was a little too sad for a small child to watch. How about they make a movie starring Eeyore at least then we would know why its so depressing. ... Read more


18. Winnie the Pooh: Clever Little Piglet
Director: Karl Geurs, Terence Harrison, Ken Kessel
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Everyone's best friend, Pooh, invites you to share in the lessons of these heartwarming tales that express the value of friendship. Pooh "misplaces" Piglet and the search is on in "Where, Oh Where Has My Piglet Gone?" Then Piglet masters his fears to bravely save his dearest friend in "Gone With The Wind." Learn why being a hero is hard work in "My Hero." In "Owl Feathers," Owl takes heart when he takes flight thanks to Piglet's confidence in his friend's ability to fly! ... Read more


19. Winnie the Pooh: Growing Up
Director: Karl Geurs, Terence Harrison, Ken Kessel
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Asin: 0788801821
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There are two animated films in this video, which address the themes of growing up. In the first, Christopher Robin learns to take responsibility for his mistakes when he breaks a bust of his great grandfather while the animals are helping him clean his room. At first, he attempts to hide in his friends' houses, but he can't fit in any of them. Then he runs away with Pooh. But after a good talk with Eeyore, who explains that "everybody makes mistakes, we just have to face up to them," he decides to go home. This film shows the importance of friendship, as well as being honest and responsible--both good lessons for young children. More mystifying is the second feature in this video, which opens as Christopher Robin gets dressed up for a big party because "girls will be there". His animal friends, upset by this development, fear Christopher may leave them forever for the grown-up world. They build a grown-up house for him and even recruit a girlfriend in the person of a scarecrow. For any lover of the classic children's books, the thought of Pooh and Christopher Robin thinking about dating is strange, and most small children wouldn't have it on their minds, either. At this age, "growing up" should be more about developing social skills than finding a date. Also, the idea that an inanimate scarecrow is an acceptable substitute for a real companion is not a positive message for either girls or boys to receive. --Elisabeth Keating ... Read more


20. Winnie the Pooh - ABC's
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Asin: B0002IQBEO
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