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Winnie the Pooh is one of the most beloved and successful character franchises in the world, representing storytelling, friendship and the gentle curiosity of a child's imagination.


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arents love Winnie the Pooh’s relationships with his friends, the social values he teaches and the imagination that he


encourages, and the Hundred Acre Wood represents a simpler, gentler place in today’s hectic world. Winnie the Pooh allows parents to rediscover the joys and comforts of their childhoods, while also cherishing special moments with their own children that can be passed on from generation to generation. A lovable, honey-loving bear created by


A.A. Milne, the first collection of stories about the character appeared in the book Winnie-the-Pooh, published in 1926 and


shortly followed by The House at Pooh Corner, two years later. Accompanied by the now world-famous illustrations by E.H. Shepard, Winnie the Pooh and his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood quickly became some of the most established and recognisable childhood characters in the world. Disney acquired the rights to Winnie the


Pooh in 1961. Since then, Disney has released numerous animations starring Winnie the Pooh and his friends, including television series and direct-to-video films, as well as the theatrical feature-length films The Tigger Movie, Piglet's Big Movie, Pooh's Heffalump Movie, and – most recently – the feature film Winnie the Pooh, released in 2011. While Winnie the Pooh is the central figure in the franchise, no one could


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