Tigger has no family and is saddened that he has no one like him to bounce and play with despite the best efforts of Roo, Eeyore, Pooh, Piglet, Owl, and Rabbit. Tigger and Roo bound all over the Hundred Acre Wood in search of his family tree. Naturally, things go wrong whenever Tigger is around, as he accidentally crushes Eeyore's home with a huge boulder he rolls and makes a mess of Owl's house with his bouncing and carrying on. Tigger tries to teach Roo the secret Whoopedy Duper Loopedy Looper Alley Ooper Bounce, his trademark springing and bouncing maneuver. Pooh serenades a hive of bees in a tree to get to their honey, but they are very angry when roused by Pooh falling into the nest.
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The gang tries desperately to cheer him up, even writing Tigger a letter from his next of kin, actually written by his friends. His friends go so far as to dress up as Tiggers themselves for the big family reunion party at Tiggers house. Tigger is angry at the deception and stomps off into the cold and snowy night, holding the letter he is certain is from his real family. When the gang finds him at his “family tree” they rescue one another from a snowy avalanche as Roo and Tigger return from over the cliff. Christopher Robin tells Tigger his friends are as good as a family. As a token of his affection he gives everyone a present. Eeyore gets a new house, Piglet gets a winters worth of firewood, Pooh a huge jar of honey, Rabbit receives a promise to be less bouncy, and Roo gets a gold locket with a “family” photo taken by Christopher Robin of the whole gang. All ends well for the characters of the Hundred Acre Wood.
The review of this Movie prepared by David Fletcher