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When Tigger declines to help Pooh and his friends build a home for Eeyore the donkey, they suggest he leave them to spend some time with other tiggers. Convinced he's the only tigger in the world, the ever-bouncing one goes in search of more like him, and what he finds gives him quite a few surprises. Echoing the timeless message of The Wizard of Oz - there's really no place like home - this a fun and charming tale that will convince you there's actually plenty of wonderful things about tiggers.
Charming animated tale about a young boy who finds a lost penguin on his doorstep and decides to row him home to the South Pole.
5–11 years 24 mins
Fast-paced and funny anime about a homeless trio who discover an abandoned baby on Christmas Eve.
11–16 years 88 mins
This gentle, whimsical animated Walt Disney feature uses the old-school, hand-drawn style of the classic A. A. Milne children's books it's based on.
5–11 years 69 mins
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