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W.T.P. Blustery Day

4.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Sebastian Cabot, Sterling Holloway, John Fiedler, Jon Walmsley, Hal Smith
  • Directors: Wolfgang Reitherman
  • Writers: Ralph Wright, A.A. Milne, Julius Svendsen, Larry Clemmons, Vance Gerry
  • Producers: Walt Disney
  • Format: NTSC
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Video
  • VHS Release Date: July 11 2000
  • Run Time: 25 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • ASIN: 0788822721
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,224 in Video (See Top 100 in Video)
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The Disney animated films of any given period all seem to be cut from one 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 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: VHS Tape
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. :(
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By A Customer on July 25 2002
Format: VHS Tape
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!
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First off, this is just an all-around wonderful kids movie! It's no more frightening than any of the other Disney movies out nowadays and it's flat-out beautifully done as a film in general!!! From the first scene to the last, this movie is nothing but magic!
Okay, part 2 of my review is kinda (okay, very!) sentimental, so if you don't like those kind of reviews, you've been warned! :)
I watched this movie for the first time when I was a toddler in California (the purest, happiest, most innocent time in my life!) and then I remember we rented it when we moved to cold, rainy Massachusetts. I was a little kid, sick on the couch with a bad fever and I remember watching it over and over and over all day. I was so comforted to hear Piglet tell the viewer "Now you've been here before!" because it reminded me of my old home, y'know!!
Anyhow (and I think this is partly due to the fact that I cried alot when I was sick and watching this) the movie has been permanently lodged into my psyche as a tearjerker! I mean, just the other night, my sister and I were talking about it and she started singing the "Rain Rain Rain came Down Down Down" song, and my eyes just filled up with effortless tears!
The feel of this movie is both dark - Pooh being alone and afraid at night before we meet Tigger for the first time, All the homes being destructed in natural disasters, Heffalumps and Woozles, etc. - and cozy and loving at the same time.
I know that I'm REALLY sentimental about it because of all the emotional baggage I have attached to it from moving and memories of my family, etc. But one thing's for sure....Blustery Day will always be a loved and revered classic even by those of us who don't cry when they so much as hear the songs from it!!!
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Format: VHS Tape
Winnie the Pooh has fascinated children in print for years, but Disney brought Pooh and his friends to life for most of us. This tale is, in my opinion, the best of the animated "Pooh" tales. The animation is good, the voices are great, and the story is fun. It engages viewers of all ages.
I sometimes wonder, though, about Disney's mid-show breaks into abstract animation accompanied by music -- "Elephants and Woozles" in the case of this video.
Join Pooh and his friends for a harrowing series of adventures in this video -- a blustery day, rain and flooding, and threats of thieves who steal honey (or hunny, as Pooh spells it). Pooh and Eyeore, Rabbit, Piglet and the rest make it all happen.
Your children will love this show. My four do.
5 stars.
Alan Holyoak
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This is Winnie the Pooh as A.A. Milne would recognize him: Endearing and beautifully meandering stories of imagination, not polluted by an obsession with right-and-wrong and conflict as is so common in children's TV shows and movies.
As much as I respect Disney for saving the whole Pooh works from obscurity, I have to cringe at the mass marketing machine that has followed; and I feel disappointed at the mundane and ordinary quality of the more recent Pooh stories/videos. The faces are the familiar, but the stories just aren't the same. The newer works by Disney seem to be made for the Video Generation, with just too much "action" and noise. Stick to the "originals!" (Blustery Day; Honey Tree; Tigger Too)
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