DVD
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Het grote verhaal van Winnie de Poeh

John Lounsbery (director), Wolfgang Reitherman (director), A.A. Milne (based on the work of)
Title
Het grote verhaal van Winnie de Poeh
Director
John Lounsbery Wolfgang Reitherman
Based on the work of
A.A. Milne
Uniform title
The many adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Language
English
Publisher
Disney DVD, 2003
1 dvd-video
Recording date
1977
Playing time
71 min.
Note
Taalkeuze: Engels, Nederlands Ondertiteling: Nederlands, Engels
EAN
8711875949203

Reviews

Disney animatieclassic uit 1977* waain drie klassieke verhalen van de schrijver A.A. Milne over het beertje Winnie de Poeh en zijn vriendjes Teigetje, Knorretje, Iejoor e.a. tot leven worden gebracht. Het betreft de verhalen: Winnie de Poeh en de honingboom (Winnie de Pooh and the honeytree uit 1966, regie Wolfgang Reitherman), Winnie de Poeh en de waaibomendag (Winnie de Pooh and the blustery day uit 1968, regie Wolfgang Reitherman) en Winnie de Poeh en het mooiste van Teigetje (Winnie the Pooh and Tiger too uit 1974, regie John Lounsbery). De Speelfilmencyclopedie noemt de film 'Zeer geschikt voor kinderen tot zeven of acht jaar, hoewel grotere kinderen stiekum uit hun ooghoeken zullen meekijken' en beoordeelt hem met GOED. De dvd bevat leuke extra's zoals de korte animatiefilm 'Een dag voor Iejoor', de Winnie de Poeh fotogalerij, een achtergondreportage, verhalenboek, liedjes en een spel.

About John Lounsbery

John Mitchell Lounsbery (March 9, 1911 – February 13, 1976) was an American animator who worked for Walt Disney Productions. He is best known as one of Disney's Nine Old Men, of which he was the shortest lived as well as the first to die.

Life and career

He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and raised in Colorado. He attended East Denver High School and the Art Institute of Denver. While attending the ArtCenter College of Design in Los Angeles, an instructor sent him to interview with Walt Disney.

Lounsbery was hired by Disney on July 2, 1935, beginning as an assistant animator on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). He went on to work on numerous short features in the 1940s while continuing to serve as part of the animating team on nearly all of Disney's most famous feature-length animated films. In the 1970s, he was promoted to director and directed the short film Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974) a…Read more on Wikipedia

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