Watch online Winnie The Pooh 1977 Movie Songs which contains ten songs.
Cast as voices
Winnie the Pooh - Sterling Holloway
Narrator - Sebastian Cabot
Rabbit - Junius Matthews
Kanga - Barbara Luddy
Gopher - Howard Morris
Piglet - John Fiedler
Eeyore - Ralph Wright
Owl - Hal Smith
Roo - Clint Howard (Honey Tree and Blustery Day)
Christopher Robin - Bruce Reitherman (Honey Tree)
Jon Walmsley (Blustery Day)
Timothy Turner (Tigger Too)
Roo - Dori Whitaker
Tigger - Paul Winchell
The character of Gopher (not in the book, but at your service) was originally included to replace the original 'A. A. Milne' character, Piglet. The studio eventually reinstated Piglet in the second featurette, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968).
The scene where Rabbit tries to decorate Pooh's bottom was one of Walt Disney's favorite scenes from his films.
The film also inspired an attraction of the same name at Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and Hong Kong Disneyland. A much more elaborate attraction, also based on the film, opened in Tokyo Disneyland as "Pooh's Hunny Hunt".
All backgrounds for the film were outlined in ink to keep with the sketchy style of the original Ernest Shepard illustrations.
Tigger's trademark "Hoo-hoo-hoo!" laugh by was ad-libbed by Paul Winchell as well as his famous "TTFN-Ta Ta For Now!" line.
Last film work for Barbara Luddy, Sebastian Cabot and Junius Matthews.
Games with Winnie the Pooh and his friends
POOH: If only I hadn't You see, what I meant to do. And it all comes, I suppose, from liking honey so much. Oh, bother.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Careful, Pooh. Hold on tight. Four. Three. Two. One!
TIGGER: Yeah, they sure do. Well, I'd better be bouncing along now, chum. Cheerio!
RABBIT: Hooray, we've done it. Now, come on, hurry. Let's head for home.
EEYORE: If it is a good morning, which I doubt.
OWL: Splendid day to be up and about one's business, quite, eh?
GOPHER: Say, you ought to do something about that speech impediment, sonny.
PIGLET: I beg your pardon, Owl, but I think we're coming to a "flutterfall" a very big waterfall.
KANGA: No, Pooh, you don't eat them. You smell them.
ROO: Don't swing on a string. It's much too frail. The best kind of swing is a tigger's tail. Whee!
POOH: Good-bye? Oh, no, please, can't we go back to page one and do it all over again?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Well it's when grown-ups ask, What are you going to do? And you say, nothing. Then you go out and do it.
TIGGER: Oh, what a strange-looking creature. Look at those beady little eyes, and that "purrposturous" chin and those "rickydiculus striped pajamas.
RABBIT: I don't see much sense in that.
EEYORE: No matter. Most likely lose it again anyway.
OWL: My good fellow, I wouldn't go so far as to call it a "Winds-day just a gentle spring zephyr.
GOPHER: Oh, the first thing to be done is get rid of that bear. He's gummin' up the whole project.
PIGLET: Now, you've been here before. I don't mind the leaves that are leaving. It's the leaves that are coming.
KANGA: Goodness, you're bouncy today.
ROO: That's what roos do the best-est.
NARRATOR: Wherever they go and whatever happens to them on the way in that enchanted place on top of the forest a little bear will always be waiting.