Winnie the Pooh, star of an Oscar-winning series of Walt Disney short cartoons, came out of hibernation in 1997 with his first feature vehicle, done for the domestic straight-to-video market.
In the archetypically pastoral Hundred Acre Wood, a boy named Christopher Robin (voice of Brady Bluhm) regularly visits his best friend and playmate, the gentle, "hunny"-loving bear named Pooh (voice of Jim Cummings). One day, however, after the boy speaks sadly about "saying goodbye," Pooh finds
a note left by Christopher Robin on his doorstep, and eventually takes it to his learned friend, Owl (voice of Andre Stojka). The know-it-all bird misinterprets the honey-smeared m...