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TIGGER: Maybe in here. Some thingamabob or an heir-i-loom or something. Oh! Maybe this belonged to my uncle! Whatever. And just think,
if there are other Tiggers, we could all bounce
the Whoop-de-Dooper, Loop-de-Looper, Ali-Ooper Bounce! 'Cause it's the bounce that Tiggers do best.
ROO: The Whoop-de... What kind of bounce?
TIGGER: You know, that bounce I bounced when I bounced that big rock, the most hardest bounce of all that only the very bestest bouncers can bounce. You know.
ROO: Only the very bestest bouncers can bounce it.
TIGGER: Oh! Could my auntie have made this for me?
ROO: I could bounce it.
TIGGER: It looks like she made a pair.
ROO: Ahem! If you could teach me the Whoopy Super-Duper Bounce, then I could...
TIGGER: Teach ya the W-D-double-L-A-O-B? What? That's ridickerous! It's a... It's a very powerful bounce, And it's only... for professional bouncers.
ROO: But I'm a real good bouncer.
TIGGER: You? No offense there, Roo boy, but I think you're a little on the smallish side of tiny and kind a lackin' in perpendicaler.
ROO: I could do the Whooper Dooper... If you teach me.
TIGGER: You can't bounce the bounce if you can't even pronounce the bounce. Ahem! Repeat after Tigger.
TIGGER: Hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo! Wow! Now me! Now me! Tut, tut, tut! Hoo, hoo, hoo! Wait a minute. We haven't gone over all the safety
rules and regularations.
I could... What is this... doohickey?
TIGGER: Why, that's no doohickey. It's a thingamabob. Been in the family for generations. And I never even knew I had a doo... Hoo, hoo! This... is the exact thingamabob I was lookin' for. And it must have a picture of my Tigger family inside it.
ROO: Oh, boy!
TIGGER: Oh! I can't wait. I'll bet I got my mother's eyes and my father's tail and one of my sister's chins, of course. My grandpappy's stripes.
ROO: It's kinda, sorta...
TIGGER: Empty. Completely Tiggerless. How am I supposed to find my family now?
ROO: Maybe there's another way to reach 'em.
TIGGER: Another way?
ROO: A letter! Why don't you write 'em a letter?
TIGGER: Hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo!
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Hello out there!
PIGLET: Hello! Tigger's family?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Tigger's family tree!
PIGLET: Hello! Uh, how will we know a Tigger family member when we see one?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: I suspect that he, or she, would be rather more bouncy than usual, Piglet.
EEYORE: I found 'em. Tigger's family.
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Oh! Where, Eeyore?
EEYORE: Here they are, bouncin' like anything, stripes and all. No need to thank me.
Do these particular Tiggers seem rather strange to you,
PIGLET: Yes, and rather fierce. Still.
WINNIE-THE-POOH: I suppose you never can tell with Tiggers. Pardon me, Mr. or Mrs. Tigger, but could you perhaps accompany me back to Tigger's house? He misses you very much, you see. And he... Oh, bother.
PIGLET: Uh, Hello, Tigger family member. Uh, uh, I was wondering... That is, if you're not too busy... Oh! Oh! Dear.
EEYORE: Sinkin'? Figures.
WINNIE-THE-POOH: If I could just have a moment? But please come back!
PIGLET: Ooh, ooh, ooh!
WINNIE-THE-POOH: We really need your... It would just take a minute. Oh, bother.
PIGLET: Nice Tigger. Ooh, hoo! I don't remember Tiggers being quite this s-slippery, do you, Pooh?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Well, now that I think of it, I don't remember a Tigger making quite that sort of sound either. Piglet.
PIGLET: Yes, Pooh bear?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: I don't think these are
EEYORE: Not that anyone will miss me.
TIGGER: Let me see now. Dear T-l-double-geh-ers. Tiggers.
Greetin's and salivatin's!
Please drop by any old time on account of my house is your house, and vice-y verse-y. Love, Tigger." There! That oughta do it! Hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo! Now there's nothin' to do but wait.
PIGLET: Hello, Tigger's family.
EEYORE: Anybody out there?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Why, if my tummy is not mistaken, this particular family tree is a bee sort of family tree. And where there are bees, there's honey. Um, I think there may be something moving in this tree.
PIGLET: Do you think Tigger's family up there, Pooh bear?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: I suppose there's only one way to find out, Piglet.
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Just as my tummy suspected. Ow! Bother. If only these bees were a bit less busy. Perhaps if I hummed a soothing sort of song, like such:
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Shh! Mmm! Mmm! Mmm! Yum!
PIGLET: Pooh bear's been up in that tree an awful long time, don't you think?
EEYORE: Most likely he's stuck. Been known to happen.
PIGLET: Oh, dear! Then I'd better climb up and see if he's all right.
PIGLET: Uh, Pooh bear, uh, a-are you stuck?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Oh! Oh, bother.
PIGLET: Uh, Pooh bear?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Oh! Piglet.
PIGLET: Yes, Pooh?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: I have come to the conclusion that that these bees are definitely not the right sort of Tiggers!
EEYORE: It doesn't look good.
PIGLET: Bees! Run!
NARRATOR: At last, the day had come to an end, as days often will. And what had begun as a very exciting idea had changed to a rather discouraging one.
ROO: Tigger? Uh, I gotta go home now. Mama will be worried about me. Tigger?
TIGGER: Oh, what, am I kiddin' myself? They're not comin', 'cause I might as well face it there aren't any other Tiggers. I guess that means this silly old thing's just gonna stay empty for all of forever.
ROO: But isn't that the wonderful thing about Tiggers, being the only one?
TIGGER: You betcha, Roo boy. Oh, the most wonderful thing about Tiggers is I'm the very only last, lonely, single, solitary... one.
ROO: First, I... And just so... And then I... like this. And then a little twist, like such. And then I let it all loose with a... Aaaah!
KANGA: Aaaah! Oof! Oh! Whatever are you doing, Roo, dear?
ROO: I'm practising the Whoop-de-Doop-Tee Bounce. Maybe if I do it really good for Tigger, he wouldn't miss not having a family so much. But... I can't bounce it yet.
KANGA: Well, I'm sure you'll be able to do it in time, dear.
ROO: But Tigger seems awfully lonely, don't you think, Mama?
KANGA: I suppose he might be every now and again.
KANGA: Yes, dear?
I wish I had a big brother like Tigger.
KANGA: Now, why wish that when you have a Tigger like Tigger?
ROO: 'Cause then I'd be his little brother, and he'd be just like one of our family. Wouldn't that be great?
KANGA: But, Roo, dear, Tigger is one of our family. And as long as we care for him, he always will be. Sweet dreams, Roo, dear.
ROO: I still wish I could do something to make him feel better.
OWL: I say, young Roo, If you suggest that a letter would bring cheer to our friend Tigger, then we shall, by all means, write one! Now, uh, what sort of letter is this to be?
ROO: It's by us from them to him.
WINNIE-THE-POOH: By which from what to whom?
ROO: From Tigger's family to Tigger.
OWL: Ah, yes! Ha, ha, ha. "Dear Tigger, Just a note to say..." Uh, "just a note to say"? What shall it say?
KANGA: Well, uh, I suppose it might say, "dress warmly"?
OWL: Oh, oh, I see. Ha, ha. Excellent advice.
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Oh, Owl? Perhaps... "Eat well"?
OWL: Good point, Pooh bear.
PIGLET: "Stay safe and sound?"
WINNIE-THE-POOH: Oh, a very good idea, Piglet.
EEYORE: "Keep smilin'."
ROO: "We're always there for you."
OWL: "Wishing you all the best. Signed, Your Family." There.
KANGA: Won't Tigger be pleased?
WINNIE-THE-POOH: What a splendid idea.
PIGLET: How wonderful for Tigger. OWL: Yes, marvelous work, everyone. Ho, ho!
Watch original songs from soundtrack and other parts of movie and also you can play games
How to Be a Tigger
Round My Family Tree
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The Tigger Movie (2000)
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