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Winnie the Pooh - Un-Valentine's Day/A Valentine for You

4.2 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

UN-VALENTINE'S DAY: It's that warm and wonderful time when Pooh and his pal like to show how much they care. But Rabbit wants to cancel Valentine's Day because last year, he was up to his ears in the flood of cards that littered the Hundred Acre Wood. Reluctantly, everyone agrees -- until someone anonymously sends Pooh a pot of honey. Suddenly, the Valentine rush is again out of control, much to the delight of all -- including Rabbit! Then, as a special bonus, experience the charm and fun of "The Three Little Piglets." A VALENTINE FOR YOU: After Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Rabbit see Christopher Robin making a valentine for -- gasp! -- a girl, they find he's been bitten by a "Smitten" and is lovesick! Worried that he'll no longer have time for them, and hoping a second bite from the love bug will cure him, they set out on a wild adventure to capture the Smitten. This wonderful story, filled with magic and whimsy, and sweetened with three new songs, reminds us all that the heart is big and always has plenty of room for friends -- old and new.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Jerome Beidler, Brady Bluhm, Peter Cullen, Jim Cummings, John Fiedler
  • Directors: Keith Ingham
  • Writers: Carter Crocker
  • Producers: Keith Ingham, Antran Manoogian, Gary Katona
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Walt Disney Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 6, 2004
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000TG9A6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,624 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Winnie the Pooh - Un-Valentine's Day/A Valentine for You" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

This DVD contains two previousley released on VHS Winnie the Pooh packaged features, "Un-Valentine's Day" and "A Valentine For You."
"A Valentine For You" is the better of the two features. When Owl tells the gang that Christopher Robin has been bitten by a smitten, a bug that causes love sickness, they go on a quest to find another one because they believe that if another one bites him, it will cancel out the first bite.
"Un-Valentine's Day" was an episode of the hugeley popular "The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" series. Rabbit decides to cancel Valentine's Day because Pooh sent everybody too many valentines the previous year. But when Pooh receives a pot of honey, he tries to find out who sent it and return the favor. Without commercials, this episode is only 21 minuites long. So to make this feature an even 30 minuites, they added a shorter episode from the series, "Three Little Pigs," in which Pooh tells the classic fabel as only he can.
The DVD is 60 minuites long and the bonus feature is a game called "Catch the Love Bug." This DVD is perfect for kids and Pooh fans alike.
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The DVD is a collection of two Pooh videos that were released on VHS years ago, so that's a good deal. The disc is split into two separate pieces one: one is two episodes from The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh tv show (UnValentine's Day and The Three Little Piglets) and a special that aired once on ABC years ago (A Valentine for You).

The DVD itself is simply horrid. The mastering in fine, it's the menus that are just the worst thing I've ever seen. There are 1-2 minute introductions to every menu.

Let's say I want to watch the first feature... I have to sit through the first menu for at least a minute while it explains the that there are two different features...a minute of this...Can I fast forward through it? No, however mastered the DVD decided that I should not be able to fast forward through this idiotic introduction. Ok, fine...I'm through to the next menu...this should be fine...but no...I have to sit through another introduction telling me if I want to play the movie I should select the play option and then it goes on about the other options...do I care? no. Do the children who have been crying for 10 minutes about the darn DVD not playing care? No. I just want the stupid movie to play.
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By DZucc on December 21, 2003
I love hearing that the classic older Pooh shows/movies come to DVD.
This DVD includes the two Winnie the Pooh Valentines Day Episodes/Videos on one DVD. Both movies are great to watch during Valentines Day, Great For All Ages. You and your kids will love it.
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This DVD has wonderful stories that show friendships, love, heartwarming tales, and the characters are so special. love Pooh and friends they are just so special for the entire family. Not to miss during valentines day. just wonderful and so enjoyable. highly recommend
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As another reviewer said, this has a truly horrible menu system. You need to wait through long introductions. You can't just move the pointer in some of the menus--you need to wait for the annoying smitten to move to the option you want, and then press select before he moves to the next one. Moreover, I have never figured out how to play the other movie after playing one. I can go back to the menu, but not the disk menu, only the menu for that movie. The only way to play the other movie that I have found is turn off the DVD player and turn it back on (more time wasted).

The content is fine and the mastering is good.
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The menu features on this DVD are terrible. The first time my family played this DVD, my husband and I both looked at each other and said "REALLY?"

I'm perfectly capable of listening to and following directions. The 'how to play a DVD for Dummies' menu dialog is really long, and you have to listen to a fair bit of it before it explains that you can skip the instructions by using the "double right" arrow button. Kind of a vague instruction, since most DVD players have a Skip forward button, a slow search button, and directional buttons. It's iritating for me and my kids. I'd rather buy the 2 titles in this double feature separately to avoid this horrible menu system. Also, once you've watched one of the features, it returns you to the title menu of the same feature you just watched instead of back to the main menu where you can select the other title. I've yet to figure out how to bypass this without turning the DVD player off and on again.

That being said about the DVD, the movies are cute. In 'A Valentine for You' we see Christopher Robin making a valentine for a girl. Pooh thinks his friend has an illness of some kind and wants to make his friend well again by catching the 'smitten' that CR has been plagued with. We also get to see Owl fumble through explaining the difference between boys and girls to the rest of the 100 Acre Wood friends. Sweet songs in this one, too.

In an 'Un-Valentine's Day' Rabbit decides to cancel Valentine's Day because Pooh sent out too many last year, causing a huge mess in the 100 Acre Wood. But when a Valentine pot of honey arrives on Pooh's doorstep, he leads to the assumption that Piglet sent it to him. Soon everyone is secretly giving Valentines to one another behind Rabit's back.
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