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Movie transcript with snapshot pictures part 3
KANGA: Why, you must be Piglet. My, when Christopher Robin said you'd be dropping by... I had no idea.
PIGLET: You know Christopher Robin?
KANGA: Oh, yes. He told us all about you and Pooh and Rabbit and Tigger. The ones hiding in that tree over there.
TIGGER: Did you hear that? She called us dears.
KANGA: I'm Kanga, and somewhere around here is baby Roo.
I'm not a baby! See? I can do this!
KANGA: Well, it's very nice of you to go out of your way to welcome us.
ROO: Ha ha ha!
ROO: Oops. Sorry.
KANGA: Oh, Roo. Piglet, it's almost breakfast time. Would you like to come in for a little bite, perhaps?
WINNIE THE POOH: I do like the sound of the taste of that.
RABBIT: Uh, no, no, no. We're all due on the other side of the wood and we can't be late.
WINNIE THE POOH: Good-bye.
KANGA AND ROO: Good-bye!
WINNIE THE POOH: Might I, uh,
get that little something to go?
RABBIT: Come on!
KANGA: Aren't they dears?
RABBIT: One... Pooh will distract Kanga, long enough for two. Tigger and I to take Roo from her pouch and three, replace him with Piglet.
is very simple. Just three little steps
and... What?! Replace Roo w-w-with m-m-me?
RABBIT: You and Roo are the same size, give or take here or there. Kanga won't know the difference. Ha ha. Not until it's too late. Ha ha.
PIGLET: How much too late?
RABBIT: Not: Ha ha, Piglet. Aha! It's a word to say: This is how things are and were meant to be. Then Kanga will know that we know where Roo is and we'll only give him back the Hundred Acre Wood and never return. Ha ha.
TIGGER: How is she gonna know that that is what our aha-ing means?
RABBIT: Because we'll practice saying it in just the right way. We're counting on you, Piglet. Now everyone pretend that their flower is Kanga. Ha ha. Ready? Set.
KANGA: There you all are. Oh, you brought flowers!
What nice new neighbors.
TIGGER: Heh. Uhh!
TIGGER: All right, I'm goin'!
KANGA: Roo, dear!
Time to come inside!
ROO: In a minute, mama!
RABBIT: Ready, Pooh?
WINNIE THE POOH: Yes. Except for one small thing.
RABBIT: What's that?
WINNIE THE POOH: What is it I'm supposed to do?
RABBIT: Oh! Talk to her very hard so that she doesn't notice anything.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, of course. Heh heh.
KANGA: Come on, Roo. Hop in. Let's go inside.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, Kanga! Um, talk to her very hard about what?
WINNIE THE POOH: I was just wondering, uh, that is... do you think that... is that a fish in that tree?
KANGA: Which tree, dear?
WINNIE THE POOH: Up there.
TIGGER: Snug as a piggy in a blanket.
ROO: What are you playing, Mr. Rabbit?
KANGA: That's not a fish, Pooh bear. It's a bird.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, yes, but is it a starling or a mackerel?
TIGGER: Ohh, it looks kinda wiggly. It could be a jellyfish. Hmm. It's tough to say.
KANGA: If you'll
forgive me, dear, we really must be going.
TIGGER: Kind of a peanut butter and jellyfish, isn't it?
ROO: Whoa, whoa! Wait, frog!
RABBIT: Aah! Oh, no!
ROO: Yippee! Whoo!
RABBIT: Yecch! Ptoo!
ROO: Let's do it again!
This is a fun game!
KANGA: Are you all right in there, Roo?
PIGLET: I'm OK. I'm OK!
KANGA: All right, Roo, dear.
ROO: Yahoo! Ha ha! This is fun!
RABBIT: Slow down!
KANGA: Rabbit? Oh, Roo.
PIGLET: Wooh-ha... booh-ha? Uh... uh... ha ha. Um! what was that word?
PIGLET: That's the word. Ah-haah! Aaah! Help! Tigger, Tigger! Pooh bear!
KANGA: Oh, my, Roo, dear. You've lost your bounce.
PIGLET: Tigger! Pooh bear!
KANGA: I think it's time for your fishy oil.
PIGLET: Fishy oil? What fishy oil?
KANGA: Lt'll help you bounce nice and high. You don't want to grow up small and weak, like Piglet. Now, did you have something you wanted to tell me, Roo?
PIGLET: Uh, no...
KANGA: Down the hatch!
PIGLET: Ptoo! Blecch!
KANGA: See that? You got your bounce back. And if you're a good little Roo, I'll let you have another spoonful.
PIGLET: Noo! Oh, dear. I'm a goner! Aaah!
KANGA: You act like I'm going to cook you for dinner.
PIGLET: A-a-aren't you?
KANGA: Why, of course not.
KANGA: I'm going to give you a bath.
PIGLET: Aah! Cook me instead!
KANGA: But, Roo, dear. Don't you know by now, a mother always knows what's best?
PIGLET: Oh, my goodness! Aah!
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Watch songs from original soundtrack and other parts of movie
Sing Ho for the Life of a Bear (Expedition March)
The More It Snows (Tiddely-Pom)
With a Few Good Friends
The More I Look Inside
If I Wasn't So Small (The Piglet Song)
Piglet's Big Movie part 1
2 look a thing like me
3 little something to go
4 the way to the North Pole
5 we can use this to save
6 about how you have a house
7 always know where it is
8 we could use a little help