My Friends Tigger & Pooh: The Nature of Things (DVD) • 小熊維尼與跳跳虎:大自然事件

My Friends Tigger & Pooh: The Nature of Things (DVD) • 小熊維尼與跳跳虎:大自然事件

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Whether you're bouncing with Tigger, climbing a tree with Darby or playing "Pooh Sticks" with the gang, you'll have tons of fun discovering exciting natural wonders in the Hundred Acre Wood!

All around us, the world is full of marvelous mysteries. Fortunately, figuring out how and why things work is what Super Sleuths do best!

Today, Roo needs your help. He's just finished building the biggest snowman ever. But for some reason, it's getting smaller!

Then, find out why an old cave seems to be "talking" to Piglet.

From songfilled, outdoorsy adventures to puzzling questions about a lost tooth or a rumble tumbly, it's all part of The Nature of Things!

My Friends Tigger & Pooh an educational show produced for Disney Junior targeted at preschoolers. Pooh, Tigger, and friends from the Hundred Acre Wood welcome new neighbours — an adorable six-year-old girl named Darby and her puppy, Buster. With the help of adventurous super sleuths Tigger and Pooh, every episode revolves around the solving of a mystery and an interactive curriculum that encourages viewers to help them out.

Note on Cantonese edition: The Cantonese dub is well done, with characters retaining much of their personality voices (e.g. Winnie the Pooh sounds like the characteristic Winnie the Pooh, but in Cantonese!).

Bonus points also go to the Cantonese production for also translating and singing all the catchy tunes in Cantonese as well.

Includes:

  • Disc 1: DVD with several My Friends Tigger and Pooh episodes

Specifications:

  • Audio: English, Cantonese, Mandarin (and others)
  • Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese (and others)
  • Region: 3 (Editor note: this should technically be not compatible in North America, but this particular DVD works on my player and others who've tried. So, YMMV!)