Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie
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Just in time for Halloween, the popular characters from 100 Acre Wood such as Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Lumpy the Heffalump and Roo return in a family film for Halloween.
In the film, Lumpy (the elephant) has never experienced Halloween ever. But wants to experience the excitement that his friend have, especially taking part in "trick or treat". But curious as he was to take part in it, he also becomes fearful after Tigger's "Gobloon" story that if you are caught by one, one will turn into a jaggedy lantern.
A bit frightened, Lumpy fortunately has the help of his good friend Roo to accompany him during Halloween. But what happens when both become separated during Halloween?
The 2005 Winnie the Pooh film "Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie" gets its re-release on DVD but this time around, a limited edition Winnie the Pooh disguised as Tigger plush is offered.
VIDEO & AUDIO:
Video is featured in Widescreen (1:78:1), enhanced for 16×9 televisions. Animation is quite nice for this film, featuring vibrant colors of the characters and 100 Acre Woods but also nicely painted backgrounds. There is nothing dark or sinister, but you see the occasional bats and leafless forest that may look spooky. It's important to note that the animation is hand-drawn and not 3D like recently released Winnie the Pooh animated films.
Audio is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound (including French and Spanish language).Read more ›
The film's story involves Lumpy and Roo going of to find a "Goobloon". Goobloons, mythic creatures of the 100 Acre Wood, grant wishes when they are captured, but if you don't catch them, you are turned into a pumpkin. Mid-trip, Lumpy gets too scared to continue, so Roo tells him the story of how Piglet was brave on a Halloween long ago (here's "Boo to You, Too!"). Then there's a climax after that where the two of them get seperated, and I won't say anymore.
In general, it's an alright DVD, but it would better if they just had the "Heffalump" story played out straight, even if it was just forty minutes long. Because the way "Boo to You, Too!" is presented here, it feels like a lengthy commercial break, not the Halloween classic that it has been in my household for so many years.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not too scary even for younger children. Daughter loves to watch it even when it's not Halloween.Published 4 days ago by Megan F.
I'm a Disney mom and addict so this was a great find. My 3 year old son love this movie and watches it nonstopPublished 1 month ago by Courtney M Roepke
Packaged incorrectly. The Heffalump movie was in the box - not the Halloween Heffalump movie as advertised.Published 5 months ago by Cid
It was the regular heffalump movie, it's fine though, my child didn't have that one either.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
We got it earlier than estimated date & it plays good too! Thank you very much & have a nice day! 😆 ☺ 😎Published 8 months ago by Mai P. Pham