Pooh's Grand Adventure: The search for Christopher Robin is a 1997 movie.

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And here, I should say,
is a good place
for being Pooh.
Any reason that I think of...
is a good one for being Pooh.
But the very best reason of all is...
[Christopher Robin]
Pooh Bear.
being with
my very best friend, Christopher Robin.
You are just in time
for the best part of the day.
- What part is that?
- The part when you and me...
become "we."
Pooh, there's something
I have to tell you.
Is it something nice?
Not exactly.
Then it can wait.
It can? For how long?
Forever and ever.
Forever and ever
Is a very long time, Pooh
Isn't long at all
When I'm with you
I wanna call your name forever
And you will always
answer forever
And both of us will be
forever you and me
Forever and ever
I wanna stay like this forever
- [Giggles Echoing]
- If only I could promise forever
- [Giggling Continues]
- Then we could just be we
Forever you and me
Forever and ever
Forever and ever
Is a very long time, Pooh
Forever isn't long
at all, Christopher
- [Buzzing]
- [Giggles]
When I'm with you
Oh, I wanna be
with you forever
I want you right here
beside me forever
One thing you should know
No matter where I go
We'll always be together.
Forever and ever
And so they stayed together...
doing all the things
a boy and a bear could do.
And when the day began to end,
Christopher Robin
had quite forgotten...
he still had something
to tell Pooh.
[Christopher Robin] Pooh Bear,
there's one thing we didn't do today.
- [Pooh] And what thing might that be?
- Mm, nothing.
Nothing? Christopher Robin,
what exactly is "doing nothing"?
Well, I'm told it means...
going along, listening to
all the things you can't hear...
and not bothering.
It's when people say,
"What are you two doing?"
And we say, "Oh, nothing."
And we do it.
This is sort of a nothing thing
we're doing right now.
I wish it could last forever.
Well, then we must do it again
tomorrow and the tomorrow after...
and the tomorrow
following that.
Pooh Bear, what if...
- someday there came a tomorrow...
- [Insects Buzzing]
when we were apart?
As long as we're
apart together,
we shall certainly be fine.
Y-Yes, yes, o-of course.
But if, if we weren't together...
- [Buzzing Continues]
- if I were somewhere else?
Oh, but you really couldn't be,
as I would be
quite lost without you.
Who would I call...
on those days when I'm just
not strong enough? [Gasping]
Or... brave enough?
- Well, actually...
- And who would I ask for advice...
when I didn't know
which way to turn?
- Pooh, we...
- We...
We simply wouldn't be.
Ohh, Pooh.
If ever there's a tomorrow
when we're not together,
there's something
you must remember.
And what might that be,
Christopher Robin?
You're braver
than you believe...
and stronger than you seem
and smarter than you think.
[Giggles] Oh, that's easy.
[Clears Throat]
We're braver than a bee...
and, uh,
longer than a tree...
and taller than a goose.
Or, uh, was that a moose?
- [Laughs] No, silly old bear.
- [Yawns]
You're braver
than you believe...
and stronger
than you seem...
and smarter than you think.
- [Snores]
- But the most important thing is...
even if we're apart,
I'll always be with you.
[Low Giggle]
I'll always be with you.
- [Whispering] Always be with you.
- [Sighs]
Braver than our beans.
[Snoring Continues]
Longer when we gleam.
[Snoring Continues]
Hum, di-didi-dum
[Smacking Lips]
Hello, Christopher Robin.
I can't seem to remember the...
to remember the, uh...
[Birds Twittering]
It's autumn?
It is!
It's the first day of autumn!
A time of hot-chocolaty mornings...
and toasting-marshmallow evenings.
And best of all,
leaping into leaves!
Someone's left a honey pot...
all alone and lonely.
Ooh. With no one
to care for it.
I suppose...
I should take it.
Although it might
belong to someone.
Although, just as easily not.
Think, think, think.
I believe when a question
becomes this sticky...
I should ask my very good friend,
Christopher Robin.
Christopher Robin?
Are you here?
Are you there?
Are you... anywhere?
Piglet, Christopher Robin is gone!
Why, Piglet,
whatever are you doing...
up there?
I'm doing just what
Christopher Robin said I should do:
I'm going to look my fear of heights
right in the face and conquer it.
[Branch Snapping]
That is, if it doesn't
conquer me first!
Christopher Ro-obin!
Are you looking for him too?
Hiya, Pooh.
Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! What's up?
Hello, Tigger.
Piglet... is up.
Oh, relax, Piglet old pal.
There's no difference between plungin'
and tumblin' outta bed.
Oh. Really?
Why, sure.
Uh, except for the "splat"
at the end, they're practically similar.
Christopher Ro-obin!
Hmm? Clutched in
the throes of terror, eh?
Well, I guess I just better
bounce up there and get him down.
Stand back. This is gonna
take a world's record bounce.
What's the matter with you?
Bein' a second-rate bouncer
is not what tiggers like best.
- [Carrot Squeaking]
- [Grunting]
- [Squeaking]
- [Grunting]
It doesn't matter
if you think you're not ripe.
This is Rabbit's garden!
And Rabbit does his harvesting
by the book!
As it clearly says
in the official almanac,
"Today is...
[Clears Throat]
"the first day of fall
following the last day of summer;
harvest day."
- Any questions?
- [Pooh, Echoing] Hello?
Oh, yes, yes. The rutabaga
in the back row. Hello what?
Hello, Rabbit.
Not much of a house.
Just right for
not much of a donkey.
- [Rabbit Gasping]
- [Rumbling]
[High-Pitched Screams]
Easy come, easy go.
Excuse me, Rabbit,
but would you happen
to have a, um...
a, um...
Christopher Robin about you?
No! I haven't seen him!
- [Thud]
- Bother.
- [Thuds]
- He isn't where he should be...
- and wasn't where we were...
- [Thud]
- and seems not to be anywhere
where he can tell me...
- [Thuds]
- whose honey this is.
- [Thud]
Well, it isn't mine,
and I don't have time.
It's harvest day!
Says so in the book!
I have carrots to cut,
pumpkins to pick, peas to pod...
[Tigger Laughing]
Well, of course it's mine.
It's got my name scribbled all over it.
T-I... double...
Honey? Yuck! Ptooey!
Blech! Tiggers
do not like honey.
It isn't mine.
Then again, few things are.
[Groaning, Muttering]
Oh, here!
If only I could find
Christopher Robin,
he could tell me whose it is.
Why don't you check
the note and find out?
A note! Why, Rabbit,
how clever of you.
I'll just read it.
Or would...
if I could.
Perhaps you can, Rabbit.
Hmm! Ha.
I could read this with my eyes closed.
It says...
[Clears Throat]
[Muttering Gibberish]
[Gibberish Continues]
[Gibberish Stops]
Well, I could've read it
if Tigger hadn't bounced me so.
Tar? Jar?
Oh-ho-ho. "Far!"
"Dear Pooh," it begins.
"Worry... about... me.
"I'm... going...
"far away.
Help." And the note is signed...
"Cram Fromin Bobin."
"Christopher Robin."
- Christopher Robin?
- Gone far away?
Oh, what a frightful thought.
Wait! Oh, why? When?
Who authorized it?
Where will we get the strength
to go on without him?
- [Crying]
- [Pooh, Softly] Christopher Robin.
My very best, best friend.
It simply cannot be.
Whatever will I do?
I-I wonder, Pooh, if, if perhaps
u-until Christopher Robin gets back,
um... I might
possibly be your...
best, best friend?
And when Piglet gets sick of you,
we can take over.
Oh, thank you,
but you already are...
- [Moaning]
- the very best of my best friends.
You see? You and I can do anything.
But only Christopher Robin
and I could do...
Poor guy. His very little brain
is half gone with grief.
Ha, ha!
I've discovered where he went.
- Ha, ha, ha. Oh.
- [Glass Squeaks]
An "O." Another "O."
[Gasps] Oh, my!
What is it, Owl?
Where is it?
Somewhere bad, I fear.
[Voice Trembling]
How bad?
On a scale of one to ten,
it's not good.
- [Match Striking]
- He has gone to...
What sort of place is that?
Well, uh, uh, from
the very sound of it,
one can tell it's
a most forbidding...
and faraway place.
[Paper Squeaking]
Then we must help
Christopher Robin.
Help him get back...
to here and us...
and me.
Then it's a quest,
is it? Ha-ha!
That's the spirit!
The nobility of it.
A long and dangerous journey...
through the great unknown.
- Of course, you'll need a map.
- D-D-Dangerous?
[Nervous Chuckling]
You... You wouldn't suppose
we'd meet any, uh...
Oh, thank you.
I nearly forgot.
Herds of heffalumps!
Down here, I fancy, in the...
[Clears Throat] southeast corner
of the far west portion.
W-W-What about w-w-woozles?
Woozles! Wonderful!
Hoo-hoo-hoo! Just a dozen
or three, here, there and yonder.
Not to mention the fabled...
Oh, come, come, come.
Without a monster or two
it's hardly a quest,
merely a gaggle of friends
wandering about.
Oh, how I envy you!
Not everyone has the chance
to face the unspeakable terrors...
of the great unknown.
Today's the day
In only a matter of moments
You'll all be on your way
What lurks around the corner
Not a soul can say
- But I can guess
- [Shivering]
- More or less
Hidden dangers
Great duress
Ah, the moment of glory
is close at hand
It's gonna be grand
Adventure is a wonderful thing
Pack only the essentials
I'll tell you what to bring
Your strength, your nerve
Your hearts, your wits
And for skullasaurus attacks
A first aid kit
Adventure is a hoot and a half
You'll face unearthly dangers
and look at them and laugh
- The claws, the teeth
- [Growls]
The chase, the thrill
You'll never want to come home
Maybe you never will
That's the beauty
of adventure
It's strictly sink or float
It runs you till you're ragged
Then it grabs you by the throat
You struggle to survive it
Though the chances are remote
Lucky you, wish I was coming too
Adventure is a wonderful thing
I almost forgot the very best part.
You not only get to save your friend
from the most dangerous place...
namely, skull...
but from the most dangerous part
of the most dangerous place...
the eye of the skull itself!
Oh, bother.
And you, General Pooh
Off you go
Marching high and low
Your friend waits at the end
Right here.
Take a look
The map is perfectly clear
With your excellent
sense of direction
You've nothing to fear
Through the quicksand
and the chasms
Tempting fate
and fighting spasms
Dodging avalanching boulders
Christopher Robin's fate
Rests completely
on your shoulders, Pooh
- Excuse me, Owl...
- It's up to you
That's the beauty of adventure
The trembling and the dread
I can't think of another thing
I'd rather do instead
- Perhaps you could join us?
- No, no, you go ahead.
[Crashing, Thumping]
Hoo-hoo! Lucky you!
Tallyho and toodle-oo!
Ready now?
Chest out, tummy in!
Make a fracas, have a fling.
Drop a postcard, give a ring.
Get the lead out!
Time to swing!
and bah-dah-bing!
Is a wonderful thing
I salute you!
And those of you doomed
to never return, I salute you twice!
[Narrator] And so Pooh
and his friends crossed over into...
well, that part of
the Hundred Acre Wood...
which Owl called
"the great unknown."
It was the start of their quest
for Christopher Robin.
They would find him, Owl said,
if they could get through the woods.
For the woods, Owl said,
were filled with heffalumps...
and woozles...
who knew how much worse.
"The upside-down rock.
"If you've made it this far,
"you're where monsters...
[Faint Howling Noises]
[Howling Noises Continue, Stop]
What was that?
Sounded too hungry for a heffalump.
[Howling Noises Continue]
Too plump for a jag-u-lar.
[Howling Noises Continue]
I'd say it's a...
big old buggy-eyed,
sabre-toothy skullasaurus.
- [All] Skullasaurus?
- Which way do we run?
- Where do we hide?
- What's the shortest short cut home?
I believe, uh, that way is a good way.
- [All Yelling]
- Run, run, run!
Wait! Wait!
Although this way could be better.
- [Yelling Continues]
- Gimme a break, will ya?
If not over here.
- Aaaah!
- [Yelling Continues]
there might be particularly
pleasant as well.
[Yelling Continues]
Stop it!
We're getting nowhere fast,
Pooh, and that just won't do.
A leader must be someone leaderly,
quick-thinking, informed.
Someone like...
[Howling Noises Continue]
Well... Heh-heh. There.
Anyone with half a set of smarts
can see we lose the beast...
by cutting across this lovely meadow.
[Birds Screeching, Squawking]
And a lovely meadow it is.
Oh, why, look!
Is that a golden
dahlia daffodilus?
Rare for this location.
What exactly...
is this location, Rabbit?
And might it be nearer
Christopher Robin than farther?
Why, uh, uh, we're...
we're right here, on course, of course.
Where else would we be?
[Bird Squawking]
Owl, where are we?
"Nice peaceful spot."
Ha! Indeed.
Oh, d-d-dear!
This is not the place for a small
and frightfully fearful animal...
such as myself.
Or myself.
Or himself.
Thanks for noticin'.
Yes, w-well,
p-precisely why I chose it.
No s-skullasauruses would dare
follow us in here. [Chuckles]
[Howling Noises Continue]
Piglet! Come back!
I can't lose you too!
[Butterfly Squeaking]
- [Continues Squeaking]
- [Pooh] My, my.
I believe you've
made a friend, Piglet.
I believe you're right, Pooh.
[Continues Squeaking]
Over here!
And another, it seems.
- [Squeaking Continues]
- And also that one.
And that one too... as well.
And he... or her.
And her. And him!
And they! And them!
Face it, Piglet, old pal.
You're just plain popular.
Some piglets have it,
some donkeys don't.
[Squeaking Continues]
Oh! I believe, Piglet,
they want to take you home with them.
It's very kind of them, I'm sure,
but, uh, I already have a home.
Oh, d-d-dear!
Don't leave!
I wouldn't if I could,
but I can't!
Jump, Piglet!
We'll catch ya, likely as not!
I would if I could,
but they won't let me!
Uh, perhaps you can
ask your friends...
to bring you back!
Why, yes,
but I don't know
which way "back" is.
It's down here. Look.
[Squeaking Continues]
I'm afraid I'm too afraid to look.
Ohh, if only
Christopher Robin was here.
Christopher Robin!
Piglet, that's it!
He said all I have to do is remember...
that you're...
uh, bigger than... a big leaf.
Um, I mean... Uh, bolder
when you're not green.
Oh... Or...
Is any of this making you feel
any less afraid, Piglet?
I'm afraid not, Pooh.
Oh, bother.
How to get a Piglet down
who is very up.
[Squeaking Continues]
[Squeaking Continues]
Oh, bother.
Oh, e-excuse me,
but is that you, Pooh?
Yes, Piglet, it is.
May we be coming down soon?
I believe so, Piglet.
Uh, how soon?
That's throwin'
your weight around, buddy bear!
Imagine, bein' outnumbered
by those buggy boys a zillion to one!
What a guy.
Uh, brave, indeed.
Now, i-if you don't mind,
uh, Cressifer Ribbon...
Rissifer Crobbin...
Rossifer Crubbin...
is, uh, this way.
Are you all right, Piglet?
Yes, Pooh. Thank you.
Saving me was, uh...
very brave of you.
But you're brave too, Piglet.
Braver than, uh...
uh, something.
I am? Oh!
What thing is that?
I'm not sure, Piglet.
Oh, if only I could remember.
This way and that way,
the map led them to all the places
Christopher Robin wasn't...
but to none of the places he was.
And still Rabbit
refused to realize...
the map didn't know
which way it was going.
So, we first head
east by south,
then south by east.
Of course, minus
the magnetic variation,
plus the wind drift,
we clearly go, uh...
this way!
I wonder if those rather
forbidding-looking things...
might be the Forbidden Mountains,
where Christopher Robin is.
You're right, Pooh.
You found 'em, buddy bear!
Excuse me.
The way to there is over here.
But, Rabbit, isn't that them...
over there?
Now, which are you
going to believe,
this official map
or your own eyes?
Look for yourself and
you'll see we're right on course.
It's all right there
in black and white. [Chuckles]
Why would anyone want to wander
around wondering which way to go...
when they have a map to follow?
A map is not a guess,
an estimation or a hunch.
- A feeling or a foolish intuition
- Yes,
- but...
- A map is a dependable,
unwavering, inarguably accurate...
Of your position
Never trust your ears
your nose, your eyes
Putting faith in them
is most unwise
Here's a phrase you all
must memorize
In the printed word
is where truth lies
- Yeah, but, Rabbit...
- Never trust your tummies
Your tails or toes
You can't learn a thing
from any of those.
Here's another fact
I must disclose
From the mighty pen
true wisdom flows
If it says so
then it is so
If it is so
Uh, well, so it is
A thought's not fit to think
till it's printed in ink
Then it says so
[Chuckles] So it is.
Uh, yes, but I think that...
Never trust that thing
between your ears
Brains will get you
nowhere fast, my dears
Haven't had a need
for mine in years
On the pages
where the truth appears
If it says so
then it is so
If it is so
so it is
A thought's not fit to think
till it's printed in ink
- Never differ from or doubt it
- Bother.
Who'll go anywhere without it
Thank goodness we've got this.
So we don't need
to fret about it
If it says so
So it is
Aaah! Oh, no!
The map! Get the map!
With only half a map, we're...
we're less than nowhere!
After that map!
I got it! Don't have it.
I had it!
I don't have it now.
I want it again!
I got it! I ain't got it.
I don't have it. Wait, I'll get it!
No, I don't... I have it!
I wonder what's causing
this tail to fail.
Maybe it just doesn't
have what it takes.
Christopher Robin!
Tigger, of all
the safer places to be,
I don't think this is one.
- You could fall.
- Yeah!
Well, you know what they say:
What doesn't bounce up
has gotta fall down.
Eh, there's no time for this!
We've had too many delays!
So you just bounce
out of there this moment!
No way!
The wind isn't right!
But there isn't any wind.
Okay, okay, you got me.
The truth is,
my tail...
just doesn't have...
enough strength.
Don't worry, Tigger.
Christopher Robin said
I just have to remember...
you're, uh,
taller than a beam.
Uh, really?
Or was it...
slower than whipped cream?
Do you feel any bouncier now?
Perhaps your tail
just needs a hand.
Could you bounce up this far?
- Whoa!
- Pooh Bear!
Uh, how about now?
No, no, no, no.
Thanks for tryin'.
I'm goin' out...
[Sniffles] the way I came in.
A second-rate bouncer.
Oh, Piglet!
[Tigger Whimpering]
[Snorting, Whimpering Continues]
Um, uh, uh, Tigger.
Ohh. Okay.
Look at the biceps on that bear.
I don't deserve to dangle
from the same precipice.
What's donkey boy sayin'?
I said, "Ouch."
[All Screaming]
Now, don't worry, Piglet.
It's only me.
Now, don't worry, Piglet.
It's only Tigger
and Rabbit and Eeyore.
The map! Hoo-hoo!
We have it! Whoo-hoo! We can go now!
[Howling Noises]
Worry now, Piglet.
It's the skullasaurus.
I know we went over this way,
and-and-and I came across it,
but then I lost my way over...
and if I don't dig...
Might you know which way
Christopher Robin is...
uh, from here, Rabbit?
Uh, uh, well... I mean...
There's this way, of course.
Not that it's the right way.
Uh, we obviously want
to go this way.
Though that way's further
than farther and then nearer than not.
Although we can't
rule out this way.
Now, if Christopher Robin was here,
what would he say?
Well, he'd say...
"That Rabbit can't function
in this humidity."
That it's not his fault.
This fog isn't even on the map!
And that...
"That Rabbit is just
not smart enough...
to know where to go or what to do."
Oh! Christopher Robin says,
"At a time like this,
all I have to do is remember."
Remember what?
I forget, but it's something like...
"You're smarter when you're pink."
Does that help?
No. I-I-I don't know where we are...
and where we aren't.
And I haven't known for hours.
I've failed us all.
I believe I have as well.
Let's face it:
Without Christopher Robin,
we don't have a chance
of finding Christopher Robin.
[Pooh] Perhaps
we might rest in there...
until this mist...
is mostly mistless?
End of the road.
Nothin' to do.
And no hope
of things gettin' better.
Sounds like Saturday night
at my house.
[Breathing Deeply]
[Teeth Chattering]
- [Loud Snoring]
- Ahh!
[Muttering, Chuckling]
[Smacks Lips,
Snoring Continues]
[Laughing, Snoring]
[Pooh] I've tried
to find you, Christopher Robin.
I know, Pooh.
I... I'm sorry.
You'd have found him by now
if-if I hadn't...
Pooh Bear?
I've looked all the places you aren't.
I just can't find
the places you are.
I only know that you are
where I am not.
And... where am I?
I wish you were here to tell me.
Perhaps if I were to wish
very, very hard.
Come out, moon
Come out, wishing star
Come out, come out
Wherever you are
I'm out here in the dark
All alone and wide awake
Come and find me
I'm empty and I'm cold
And my heart's
about to break
Come and find me
I need you to come here
and find me
'Cause without you
I'm totally lost
I've hung a wish
on every star
It hasn't done
much good so far
- I can only dream of you
- [Child Laughing]
Wherever you are
I'll hear you laugh
I'll see you smile
I'll be with you
Just for a while
But when the morning comes
and the sun begins to rise
I will lose you
Because it's just a dream
when I open up my eyes
I will lose you
I used to believe in forever
But forever's too good
to be true
I've hung a wish
on every star
It hasn't done
much good so far
I don't know
what else to do
Except to try
to dream of you
And wonder if you
are dreaming too
Wherever you are
Oh, my.
Wherever you are
[Snores Lightly]
[Smacks Lips]
Oh... dear!
[Piglet Yelling]
- Piglet?
- [Yelling]
- [Stuttering] Ska-Ska-Ska...
- Huh?
- Try to be specific.
- [Sputtering Continues]
[Gasping Together]
Christopher Robin's
in the eye of that thing?
How are we gonna get way up there?
- By going... in there?
- [Wind Echoing]
But it's dark.
And f-f-f-frightful.
[Echoing Continues]
And we have no idea
what we'll f-find.
[Howling Noise]
But we know what's gonna find us.
The skullasaurus!
[Water Dripping]
[Piglet] N-N-Now which way
to the eye of the skull?
Don't look at me.
Oh, bother.
Think! Think!
If each of us went where
the other one hasn't... Think!
And one were where
another wasn't...
Uh, by which
I mean to say...
perhaps we should
split... up?
Why, Pooh Bear,
I believe that's
a very smart idea.
I'm so glad you liked it.
Whatever... it was.
Christopher Robin.
[Bubbling, Steam Hissing]
C-C-Christopher Robin.
[Distant Howling]
Christopher Robin, yoo-hoo.
- [Crumbling]
- [Yelling]
- What's that?
- Oh, d-dear!
Heh-heh. There's nothing
to be afraid of.
It's just the wind.
Yes, that's right.
Yes. See, it's nothing.
Nothing at all.
[Screaming Continues]
Christopher Robin!
Christopher Robin!
Come out, come out,
wherever you aren't.
- [Bats Screeching]
- [Yelling]
[Screaming Continues]
- [Sputtering Continues]
- Piglet?
[Bellowing Continues]
[Screaming Approaching]
- [Yelling Approaching]
- [Blubbering Continues]
[Glass Tinkling]
Tigger! Rabbit! Eeyore!
Thanks for noticin'.
[Howling Noise Echoes]
There it is!
There it is!
[Tigger] It's the terribibolous
skullasaurus I've ever seen!
Not to mention the only one.
[All Screaming]
Did someone say "skullasaurus"?
Did you hear that?
The skullasaurus.
It got Pooh.
Wabbit! Tigger!
[Voice Fades]
I'm gonna miss that bear.
Oh, Pooh.
[Wind Echoing]
Now it sounds like
the beastly creature is... [Gasps]
Look there!
The eye of the skull!
Whatever will we do?
Well, we could get
the kid outta there.
If anybody has any ideas...
how to get up there, that is.
The map!
What's it say?
Oh, my. It's useless.
There's nothing in here
about how to get up there.
Why, why, I'd have
to figure it out all by myself.
From scratch. I-I...
Can I do that?
Yeah. Can he do that?
I could try... for Pooh.
Fank you, Wabbit.
I have it!
Tigger, you can bounce
Piglet to that ledge up there.
Oh, and, Piglet, you can toss
that long viny thing to us down here,
and we'll shimmy on up
and rescue Christopher Robin together.
Me? Make a bounce like that...
with a rickety old tail like this?
Oh, contrariwise.
Well, I guess I could try...
if it'd make Pooh happy.
Vewwy, vewwy happy.
It's, uh, a rather high place
for a very small animal.
But I'll be brave
for Pooh Bear.
One for the money,
two for the show,
three because, uh, uh,
it comes before four,
and here we go!
You did it! Hooray!
[Grunts, Moans]
You know, for a moment,
I almost thought
I could hear Pooh Bear...
cheering us on.
Wait for me, Piglet!
Hold on, Eeyore!
Hmm, bother.
I believe if there is
no way out...
that I shall have
to stay... in.
With no more friends.
No more Christopher Robin.
No more "we."
If only I hadn't forgotten
what he asked me to remember.
Oh, Christopher Robin,
if you just
could have seen Piglet.
He was so much braver
than he believes.
And Tigger was stronger
than he seems.
And Rabbit, smarter
than he thinks.
[Christopher Robin's Voice] Even if
we are apart, I'll always be with you.
Christopher Robin?
Always be with you.
Always be with you.
Hmm. It's a rather
puzzlesome thing,
but it's almost as if
you had never left me.
But that can't be, can it?
Or, can it?
Perhaps you are here.
So even though we're apart,
we really are together.
[Chuckles] And then perhaps
Owl was mistaken all along.
Perhaps the place
where you are is not on a map.
How very nice for... us.
[Stomping Continues]
This is it! Oh!
It's... Christopher Robin?
You made it!
Oh, how clever of you!
We're so very glad
to see you!
- Hello.
- Where have you been?
I've been searching
everywhere for you.
We've been searching for you,
but on the way,
I found something else:
that I'm brave enough.
Feast your eyes on this!
I'm strong enough!
[Clears Throat]
I found I'm smart enough.
Pretty smart, eh?
Didn't have to come
clear out here to find it.
Had it inside all along.
Of course you did.
It's just like I told... Wait!
- Searching for me?
- [Tigger] Why, certainly.
To save you from skull.
Skull? Oh, no.
I was at school.
That Owl... Oh!
- I knew skull had another "Y" in it.
- [Crash]
But, uh, you said
to worry about you...
'cause you were going far away.
- Yeah, and you needed help.
- No, no, no.
"Don't worry about me.
"I'm not going far away,
just to school.
Be back this afternoon.
Help yourself to this honey."
And it looks like Pooh did.
Where is Pooh?
Oh, Christopher Robin,
the skullasaurus gobbled him up.
- The what?
- [Howling]
That's no skullasaurus.
There's only one thing that
makes a sound like that:
the rumbly tumbly of
a hungry-for-honey Pooh Bear.
[Stomach Growling]
Now, Christopher Robin,
I was saving this honey for you.
But since we're together,
if I munched a small smackerel,
you'd have half, would you not?
Although, to be fair to us both,
I should munch twice as much.
But then this would
only last half as long.
Oh, it's a bothersome thing
eating for two.
- [Howling]
- When there's company of three!
Oh! Look what
someone has left!
Mmm. Mmm.
Mmm. Mmm.
Mmm. Mmm. Mmm.
Mmm. Mmm.
Mmm. Mmm.
Silly old bear.
[Pooh Giggling]
And we looked and looked,
but every place we looked...
was one of those places you weren't.
And by the time we thought
to look where you were,
well, we, um, uh...
Excuse me, Christopher Robin,
but wasn't that a bit, um,
And a whole lot scarier?
Well, things can seem that way...
when we're alone and afraid,
or so I'm told.
But now there's
nothing to be afraid of.
- Ooh!
- [Crash]
Nothing to be
afraid of at all!
The sky is perfectly blue
The clouds are perfect too
And here I am with you
What could be more right
Our quest has come to an end
Then home's around the bend
And here you are, my friend
What could be more right
[All] Nothing can go wrong
if everything is right
And everything is right somehow
Nothing can go wrong as long
as everything is right
And everything is right
right now
[Bees Buzzing]
Bees are buzzing around
We're on familiar ground
And look at who we've found
What could be more right
Nothin' can go wrong
if everything is right
And everything
is right somehow
Nothing can go wrong as long
as everything is right
- And everything is right
- Top to bottom!
- Everything is right
- Thank goodness you've got him!
Everything is right
- Perfectly, wonderfully, totally!
- Silly old bear.
Right now
I still am not certain...
why you went to this school,
Christopher Robin.
Well, I went there
to learn things.
We learn things here.
I mean things like...
where the sun goes at night
and how words are spelled.
And how they're not.
Oh, Rabbit will be so proud.
It's rather fun, really,
in a different sort of way.
It was scary at first,
but then I remembered
how brave Piglet can be,
and that helped.
And sometimes, I didn't think
I'd have the strength to go on.
Then I thought of Tigger.
And once, I found myself
feeling very much alone.
What did you do then?
- I thought of you, Pooh.
- [Giggles]
It's what I would've done.
Pooh Bear,
I'm told that tomorrow I'll be...
going again.
Shall I find you again?
No. I'm going to school.
I'll be back,
as long as you're here.
Promise me you'll be here.
Even when I'm a hundred?
How old shall I be then?
I promise.
Forever and ever?
Yes, Christopher Robin,
forever and ever.
[Narrator] And so,
it is here we shall leave them...
and here we shall find them again,
for the boy and the bear
will always be together...
in this remarkable place...
called the Hundred Acre Wood.