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The Tigger movie

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Movie propaganda

Based on the endearing characters in AA Milne's classic tales, The Tigger movie takes audiences back to the enchanted neighbourhood of Christopher Robin's childhood days. Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, cuddly Pooh Bear and his friends prepare for what is expected to be a long and cold winter. While Rabbit is leading the preparations, the ever exuberant Tigger wants nothing more than to find a bouncing partner. But after being bounced right into a freezing stream, Rabbit scolds Tigger, telling him to go away and find some other Tiggers to play with. A short time later, Owl advises Tigger that the easiest way to find Tiggers is to simply look up his family tree.

Theatrical propaganda posters

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Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • Film child adventure animation classic UK Pooh Bear

Persons of interest

  • Jim Cummings .... Tigger/Winnie the Pooh
  • Nikita Hopkins .... Roo
  • Ken Sansom .... Rabbit
  • John Fiedler .... Piglet
  • Peter Cullen .... Eeyore
  • Andre Stojka .... Owl
  • Kath Soucie .... Kanga
  • Tom Attenborough .... Christopher Robin
  • John Hurt .... Narrator
  • Jun Falkenstein .... Screenwriter
  • Jun Falkenstein .... Director

Cinematic intelligence sources

Intelligence analyst

Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

Boing!

The morality of The Tigger movie is pretty straight forward: some people are misfits but it's the duty of normal people to love them anyway. That's a pretty good ethos for kiddie winks to learn. It's done in a relatively subtle manner so they won't feel like they're being brow-beaten with another rule that parents lay down but don't follow themselves.

The animation is top notch, the songs are bouncy (except for the sad one) and the story is engaging. It's faithful to the spirit of the Pooh mythos even though it's centred on Tigger and Roo rather than the bear. If you like hunny then you'll like the t-i-double g-rrrr's very own movie.

Security censorship classification

G

Surveillance time

75 minutes (1:15 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

VHS rental: 15 November 2000
DVD rental: 20 March 2002

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