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"The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" Animation Studios Guide

Discussion in 'toonzone Animation Wiki' started by wiley207, Mar 6, 2014.

  1. wiley207

    wiley207 Well-Known Member

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    NOTE: This guide goes by what studios animated what, in their airing order...

    Tokyo Movie Shinsha
    - Pooh Oughta Be in Pictures
    - Friend, In Deed
    - Donkey For a Day
    - There's No Camp Like Home
    - Balloonatics
    - Find Her, Keep Her
    - The Piglet Who Would Be King
    - Cleanliness is Next To Impossible
    - The Great Honey Pot Robbery
    - Stripes
    - Monkey See, Monkey Do Better
    - Babysitter Blues
    - How Much Is That Rabbit in the Window
    - Gone With the Wind
    - Nothing But the Tooth
    - Paw and Order
    - Honey For a Bunny
    - Trap as Trap Can
    - The Masked Offender
    - Things That Go Piglet in the Night
    - Luck Amok
    - The Magic Earmuffs
    - King of the Beasties
    - The Rats Who Came to Dinner
    - My Hero
    - Owl Feathers
    - Party Poohper
    - The Old Switcheroo

    Walt Disney Australia
    - The Wishing Bear
    - A Very, Very Large Animal
    - Fish Out Of Water
    - Lights Out
    - Tigger's Shoes
    - The New Eeyore
    - Tigger, Private Ear
    - Me and My Shadow
    - Rabbit Marks the Spot
    - Good-bye, Mr. Pooh
    - Bubble Trouble
    - Ground Piglet Day
    - All's Well That Ends Wishing Well
    - Un-Valentine's Day
    - No Rabbit's a Fortress
    - The Monster Frankenpooh
    - Where Oh Where Has My Piglet Gone?
    - Up, Up and Awry
    - Eeyore's Tail Tale
    - Three Little Piglets
    - Prize Piglet
    - Fast Friends
    - Pooh Moon
    - Caws and Effect
    - Oh, Bottle
    - Owl in the Family
    - Sham Pooh
    - Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear
    - What's the Score, Pooh?
    - Tigger's Houseguest
    - Rabbit Takes a Holiday
    - Eeyi Eeyi Eeyore
    - Pooh Skies
    - To Bee or Not To Bee
    - A Knight To Remember
    - Tigger is the Mother of Invention
    - The Bug Stops Here
    - Easy Come, Easy Gopher
    - Invasion of the Pooh Snatcher
    - Tigger Got Your Tongue?
    - A Bird in the Hand

    Walt Disney Japan
    - To Catch a Hiccup

    Walt Disney UK
    - April Pooh

    Wang Film Productions
    - Sorry, Wrong Slusher
    - A Pooh Day Afternoon
    - Home is Where the Home Is
    - The Wise Have It
    - To Dream the Impossible Scheme

    Hanho Heung-Up
    - Grown, But Not Forgotten
    - The Good, The Bad and the Tigger
    - Shovel, Shovel, Toil and Trouble
    - Cloud, Cloud, Go Away
    - Piglet's Poohetry
    - Owl's Well That Ends Well

    Walt Disney France
    - Winnie-the-Pooh, and Christmas Too! (with ink-and-paint/camera work by Sunwoo)
     
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  2. SB20xx

    SB20xx Oooooh!
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    I think you're incorrect about "Pooh Day Afternoon". The closing credits to the Pooh Party VHS specifically list Wang as providing the animation.
     
  3. wiley207

    wiley207 Well-Known Member

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    *watches episode* You're right, that definitely looks like Wang. Pooh's design reminds me of how he appeared in "Cartoon All-Stars To The Rescue" (also animated by Wang.)
    I also just checked out "Owl's Well that Ends Well," and that definitely appeared to be Hanho's work (I can tell by the way they drew Tigger and Rabbit.) I also corrected that (the "Helping Others" VHS credits Hanho with working on that episode.)
     
  4. DarthGonzo

    DarthGonzo Fourteen Years!

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    I rarely watched this show. Never knew that Australia worked on the show. When did they start animating for it? Did their cartoons have their usual style, or did they tone it down for these characters?
     
  5. SB20xx

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    It's way toned down. If you didn't know it was an Australia episode beforehand, you wouldn't know it by looking at the animation. Kinda disappointing, really.
     
  6. wiley207

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    Yeah, compared to their work for shows like "Goof Troop" and "Bonkers," it does seem more "generic." But there were still some nice fully-animated bits from time to time. I guess it depended on the tone and feel of the series...
    Though Walt Disney Australia was a good studio, I will admit I preferred TMS's animation on "The New Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh." It even had Mike Reyna as animation director! (for the first 13 half-hours, which were initially aired as a "sneak preview" on the Disney Channel in early 1988.)
     
  7. rajzfilm

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    "Rabbit Marks the Spot" is definitely TMS and not Disney Australia.
    Australia had more fluid and expressive animation while TMS stiffer and blander animation.
     
  8. Toon4Thought

    Toon4Thought Giving a slightly closer look.

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    No, I can almost say for sure it was Australia. At least, it sure doesn't look like TMS's work to me; it's a little too sketchy to be something of their style.

    I always saw TMS as the more bouncy and expressive studio. Australia had their expressive moments for sure, but for the most part they seemed restrained, as mentioned before. "Rabbit Marks the Spot" and "The Wishing Bear", however, are notably more fluid than many of the episodes they were given afterward, probably because they were still getting started at the time.
     

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