Home   Disney movie

Winnie the Pooh 3 Gopher

Quotes WINNIE THE POOH: I wonder what's for breakfast. Breakfast. GOPHER: Lunch. A lunch box! It certainly is! I'm working the swing shift, you know. Time for my midnight snack. Say, ain't you that stuck-up bear? I still think I could blast you out of there. WINNIE THE POOH: Uh, what sort of lunch is in that lunch box? GOPHER: Well, let's see here. Summer squash salmon salad, succotash, spiced custard and honey. WINNIE THE POOH: Honey? RABBIT: Honey? Oh, no! WINNIE THE POOH: Could you spare a small smackerel?
GOPHER: Say, you ought to do something about that speech impediment, sonny.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, thank you, Gopher.
RABBIT: Oh, no! Not that! No! Not one drop!
WINNIE THE POOH: But, Rabbit, I wasn't going to eat it. I was just going to taste it.
RABBIT: I'll taste it for you.
RABBIT: There he goes!
GOPHER: Suffering sassafras. He's sailing clean out of the book! Quick! Turn the page!
EEYORE: Stuck again.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Don't worry, Pooh. We'll get you out.
WINNIE THE POOH: No hurry. Take your time.
NARRATOR: And so we come to the next chapter in which...
WINNIE THE POOH: But I haven't finished yet.
NARRATOR: Well, let's turn the page and find out. Now, one fine day, the east wind traded places with the west wind. And that stirred things up a bit all through the Hundred-Acre Wood. Now, on this blustery day Pooh decided to visit his thoughtful spot.
WINNIE THE POOH: Yes, and on the way I made up a little hum. And it hums something like this.
NARRATOR: Fortunately, Pooh's thoughtful spot was in a sheltered place. Now he sat down and tried hard to think of something.
GOPHER: Say, what's wrong, sonny? Got yourself a headache?
WINNIE THE POOH: No, I was just thinking.
GOPHER: Is that so? What about?
GOPHER: If I was you, I'd think about skedaddling out of here.
GOPHER: 'Cause it's "Winds-day.
WINNIE THE POOH: Winds-day"? Oh! Then I think I shall wish everyone a happy "Winds-day and I shall begin with my very dear friend, Piglet.

Video is loading ...
NARRATOR: Now, Piglet lived in the middle of the forest in a very grand house in the middle of a beech tree. And Piglet loved it very much.
PIGLET: It belonged to my grandfather. Oh, that's his name up there, Trespassers Will. That's short for "Trespassers William.
NARRATOR: Trespassers William? PIGLET: Yes. And Grandma Oh. She called him T. W. That's even shorter.
NARRATOR: Yes. And on this blustery day, the wind was giving you a bit of a bother. PIGLET: Now, you've been here before. I don't mind the leaves that are leaving. It's the leaves that are coming.
WINNIE THE POOH: Happy "Winds-day," Piglet.
PIGLET: Well, it isn't very happy for me. PIGLET: That's what I'm asking myself, where? Whoops! Pooh! WINNIE THE POOH: And what do you think you will answer yourself?
PIGLET: Oh! I'm unravelling. Whoops! Oh, that was a close one!
WINNIE THE POOH: Hang on tight, Piglet.
ROO: Look, Mama, look! A kite!
KANGA: Oh, my goodness, it's Piglet!
WINNIE THE POOH: Happy "Winds-day," Kanga. Happy "Winds-day," Roo.
ROO: Can I fly Piglet next, Pooh?
EEYORE: There, that should stand against anything.
PIGLET: Oh, oh! Help! Somebody, save me!
WINNIE THE POOH: Happy "Winds-day," Eeyore.
EEYORE: Thanks for noticing me.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, bother!
RABBIT: Oh, what a refreshing day for harvesting.
WINNIE THE POOH: Happy Winds-day, Rabbit.
RABBIT: Pooh bear, Stop! Oh, go back! Oh, no! Oh, yes! Well, next time, I hope he blows right through my rutabaga patch.
OWL: Who is it?
PIGLET: It's me. Please, may I come in?
OWL: Well, I say now. Someone has pasted Piglet on my window. Well, well! Pooh too. This is a surprise. Do come in and make yourselves comfortable. Am I correct in assuming it is a rather blustery day outside?
PIGLET: Yes, sir, Owl. It's a very, very blustery day outside.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, yes. That reminds me. Happy "Winds-day," Owl.
OWL: My good fellow, I wouldn't go so far as to call it a "Winds-day just a gentle spring zephyr.
WINNIE THE POOH: Excuse me, Owl, but is there honey in that pot?
OWL: Oh, yes, yes, of course. Help yourself. Now, as I was saying this is just a mild spring zephyr compared to the big wind of '67. Or was it, uh, '76? Oh, well, no matter. Oh, I remember the big blow well.

Winnie the Pooh part 3
Winnie the Pooh part 3
  Piglet and Owl
Piglet and Owl
Play Winnie the Pooh Home Run DerbyPlay Winnie the Pooh Home Run Derby   Play Pooh's Hunnyful DreamPlay Pooh's Hunnyful Dream   Play Springtime ScramblePlay Springtime Scramble   Play Winnie The Pooh gamesPlay Winnie The Pooh games