Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005) Script

(woman) ♪ Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ Where Christopher Robin plays

♪ You'll find the enchanted neighborhood

♪ Of Christopher's childhood days ♪

(Pooh) This is one of my favorite once-upon-a-times, although I'm not quite sure which time it was once upon.

But it had been so nice and summery in the Hundred Acre Wood, and the sunshine was as warm as a blanket.

And the streams were gurgling happily.

As happily as a tumbly full of honey... (laughs)

...which is very happy.

But all that changed when...

...the stranger came.

(trumpets)

(Pooh moaning) (ticking)

(sighs) Honey.

Honey.

(trumpeting)

Oh! Oh!

(muffled) Oh, bother.

(snoring)

(trumpeting)

(gasps)

Oh, d-d-dear!

Oh, my!

It's got me!

(snoring) (trumpeting)

Ah!

(grunts) (trumpeting)

Huh?

(laughs)

Dear Roo. All excited to go out already?

You're not even dressed yet.

Mama, did you hear that sound?

What sort of sound, dear?

I don't know. It was sort of strange.

And kind of neat.

(Pooh) Oh, the bother... Did it sound something like that?

(laughing) No, Mama. That's a Pooh Bear.

Good morning, Pooh.

What? Oh, well, uh, good morning, Roo.

I wish it was. A good morning, that is.

Why? What happened? Many things.

Many strange things. (Piglet) Oh, dear.

I'm sorry, Roo. I must be going.

Where was I? Oh, bother.

Oh, d-d-d-dear. Oh! (Roo) Good morning, Piglet.

What happened? Where's everybody going?

To Rabbit's house. He'll know what to do.

I hope.

Whatever do you suppose is going on?

I'm gonna go see.

(laughing) Have fun, dear. Come home when I call.

Yes, Mama.

Pooh! Piglet! Wait for me!

(Piglet shouting)

Hold tight, Piglet.

(Roo) Pooh! Piglet! Tigger!

It's a Hundred Acre "catastrophide"! Help!

(Tigger) Open up in the name of us!

Quick, Rabbit! Help!

(Rabbit) All right. Uh, what?

Thank goodness you're all right. It came at me!

I heard this neat sound. (Tigger) Terrible.

What's this all about? It chilled me to the bone.

I was asleep. Something like...

...this. One at a time!

(all sigh)

Thank you. Now, what is going...

Me! Pick me! Me, me, me!

Tigger? There I was, sleeping, dreaming Tiggerish dreams.

And suddenly everything starts shaking.

And there's stuff falling everywhere.

And then it stops.

And I look around.

And there it wasn't, my most "favoritest" family portrait.

(sobbing) It was clean gone.

Did it look something like this, Tigger?

(sniffling) Yeah, it was...

Actually, it had a little less Pooh in it.

I see. (clears throat)

And, uh, Pooh Bear, what about you?

Well, whatever it was, it ate my honey. Oh...

And... Aw!

Well, actually, I ate my honey.

But it made me do it. Humph.

I was asleep in bed, and I heard this neat trumpety sound, and...

Thank you, Roo. Very good. (clears throat)

Now, Piglet, tell us what happened to you.

Actually, I-I-I'd like very much to forget.

Well, what we have here is a mystery...

(gasps) Wow! ...of the most mysterious kind.

Hey, everybody. Look what I found.

It's a swimming pool.

The sky has finally fallen.

Always knew it would.

Oh, m-m-m-my!

It looks like a footprint.

That's "impossibibble."

A footprint, indeed. Anyone can see it's only a... a... a...

(trumpeting) (all whimper)

Rabbit, what sort of creature do you suppose would be attached to a foot that...

...big?

There's only one thing it could be.

A Heffalump.

(gasping)

Excuse me. What's a Heffalump?

(both) What's a Heffalump? (clears throat)

♪ Everyone knows what a Heffalump's like

♪ It's got fiery eyes and a tail with a spike

♪ Claws on its paws are sharp as a tack

♪ And wing-a-ma-things coming out of its back Out of its back? Of course, Roo. Precisely.

(Tigger) "Exact-tickally."

♪ Its bottom is up and its top's really down

♪ So its nose is its tail or the other way 'round

♪ Yeah, and it's wide as a river and tall as a tree

- (Rabbit) ♪ Imagine gigantic - (Tigger) ♪ And times it by three

- ♪ It clomps here and there - ♪ It stomps to and fro

- ♪ Got three horns above - ♪ And eleven below

- ♪ Those are its good points - ♪ There's much more to know

(all) ♪ About the dreadfully dreaded

♪ Thoroughly three-headed Horribly hazardous Heffalumps Wow. Neat.

Neat? It's most certainly not neat.

♪ Everyone knows they lurk and they creep

♪ The best time to see one is when it's asleep

♪ If you sneak up behind it and get it to jump

♪ You can tell which part's Heffa-hee-hee

♪ And which part is lump

(all) ♪ They'll steal all your honey and eat your last crust

♪ Stomp on your house till it's nothing but dust

♪ The worst part of all is They're different from us?

♪ They're the dreadfully dreaded

♪ Thoroughly three-headed Fiercely ferociously

♪ Mostly atrociously Horribly hazardous

♪ Heffalumps ♪ Yeah!

(whimpering)

And they live right over there.

(Rabbit) Heffalump Hollow.

Oh, oh, d-d-d-d-dear!

I know. I know. Let's go get them.

Capture a Heffalump? Ha-ha. Impossible.

Besides, it's never been done.

(gasps) Then we'd be the first to do it.

It'd be fun. It'd be an adventure.

It'd be...

...an "expotition."

Hmm. Hmm.

Yes. Well, now that I think of it, it would be a first.

Mm-hmm. Oh, yes.

The first Heffalump expedition in history.

Oh, splendid idea. (chuckles)

Glad I thought of it.

Of course, capturing a Heffalump is a perilous affair.

Meticulous planning is called for.

But how does one capture a Heffalump?

How, you ask?

It's quite simple, really.

Come back with your equipment and I'll show you how it's done.

Humph. (giggles)

Woo-hoo!

(panting)

(crashing, yelping)

Ohhh!

(straining, clattering)

All right. Let's see what everyone's brought. (gasps)

Hoo-hoo-hoo!

Has anyone brought anything useful?

I brought some rope.

Rope, yes. My thought exactly. Thank you, Roo.

You see, a simple piece of rope if the most effective device for capturing Heffalumps.

Now, everyone together.

Aim at the barrel and say in a firm voice, "In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood, I capture you."

(all) In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood, I capture you!

And toss.

Brilliant.

In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood, I capture you!

Whoa! I did it! I did it!

I'm gonna capture a whole bunch of Heffalumps.

Come on, everybody. Let's go get them.

Just a moment, Roo.

A Heffalump expedition is fraught with danger.

But we gotta go catch the Heffalump.

Roo, you just can't argue with a word like "fraught."

But I really want to go. It's too dangerous, Roo.

You're simply too young. You could get hurt.

But I...

(Kanga) Roo! Time to come home!

Roo, dear!

You mean I can't go?

I'm... I'm sorry, Roo. (Kanga) Roo!

(sighs)

Coming, Mom.

Oh, don't be sad, Roo.

I-I-I think you're very, very lucky.

(Rabbit) All right, everyone, we'll meet here tomorrow morning for the grand expedition.

(Kanga) And Rabbit and Tigger are quite sure Heffalumps are so awful?

And everybody's gonna catch one but me.

It isn't fair.

Oh, I'm sorry, Roo, but there will certainly be other adventures you can go on.

I'm grown up enough to catch a Heffalump. Aren't I, Mom?

You're growing up very fast, indeed, dear.

Faster than you think.

Do you think I could grow up by tomorrow morning?

(chuckling) So soon? Why?

Then I could go on the "expotition."

You know, dear, growing up doesn't happen all at once.

It takes its own time.

But I need to grow up now.

Well, then, how about starting with a good night's sleep, little Mister Roo?

♪ Little Mister Roo

♪ Reaching for the moon

♪ So many things you've got to do

♪ And no time for dreaming

(woman) ♪ Little Mister Roo

♪ Let the stars shine over you

♪ Don't grow up too fast too soon

♪ Save some time for dreaming

♪ Settle in, settle down

♪ Let me see that sleepy yawn on your face

♪ Close your eyes

♪ I will love you completely

♪ And always

♪ Little Mister Roo

♪ The moon shines silver over you

♪ No one knows you like I do

♪ And little Mister Roo

♪ Reaching for the moon

♪ Don't grow up too fast

♪ Too soon ♪

Do you want your nighty light?

No, thanks. I don't need it anymore.

Good night, sweetheart. Good night, Mama.

(gasps)

(sighs)

I just know I could catch one.


(gasps)

(gasps)

Ahhh!

(grunts)

(birds crying)

(bird cries, rustling)

(Tigger) Hoo-hoo-hoo!

(Pooh humming)

Ah!

(Eeyore straining)

(Rabbit) Ah, yes.

A perfect morning for catching Heffalumps.

It's very brave of you to join us, Piglet.

Especially since it's so very dangerous.

Well, I thought of hiding under my bed, Pooh Bear, but I'd rather be hiding out here with all of you...

...than under my bed, with all of me!

Now, now. We've gathered the best minds to the task.

Namely my own. We simply can't fail.

Right you are, Rabber-rific.

With Tigger's Heffalump-tracking skills, it's a fate-a-complicated.

(Rabbit) With courage, cunning, and superior tactics, we'll be home by teatime.

Oh, I hope so.

Behold. Heffalump Hollow.

Home of the dreaded Heffalump.

(Piglet) Oh, my. I believe that what's over there doesn't look quite as friendly as what's over here.

Fiddlesticks and nonsense. There's nothing to be afraid of.

(clears throat, strains)

Hmm.

There you go. See?

Rabbit didn't get gobbled up.

Yet.

Hmm!

(grumbles)

Okay.

(grunting)

(Tigger) Hoo-hoo-hoo!

(crash, grunting)

Hoo-hoo-hoo! Well, would you look at that.

I didn't get gobbled up either. Hoo-hoo-hoo!

Yet. (gulps)

There you are, Piglet.

It seems that both sides of the fence are about the same.

So far.

Ha! Now to teach those Heffalumps a thing or two.

(clears throat) Ready!

Forward, march!

♪ No time to lose Chin up, tallyho

♪ We'll never stop till those Heffalumps go

(Tigger) ♪ The best Heffa-quest you'll ever know

(all) ♪ They're the dreadfully dreaded

♪ Thoroughly three-headed Horribly hazardous Heffalumps

♪ The dreadfully dreaded Thoroughly three-headed

- ♪ Massively monstrously - ♪ Unbearably scare-ably

♪ Horribly hazardous Heffalumps ♪

(Pooh humming)

Thank you, Pooh Bear. You're welcome.

(Rabbit) Now, remember, everyone, the important thing is that we stick together.

Oh! Uh, coming. (Rabbit) Safety in numbers, you know.

You know, if we didn't stick together, we would be very lost indeed.

Don't let me hold you up.

(owl hooting)

(creaking)

(straining)

(gasps) (water sloshing)

(sniffing)

(footsteps)

Got it. (gasps) (footsteps)

(rustling)

(gasps)

(stammering) Who's there?

Ah!

(gulps)

(inhales, exhales)

(creaking)

(nervously) Hello?

(echoing) Is anyone there?

(creaking) (gasps)

(shrieks)

(laughter)

Who's there?

(fluttering)

(squeaking) Ah!

(Heffalump) You're it.

Now you gotta catch me.

I really need to go, 'cause... Aw. How come?

Because...

I've got to catch a Heffalump. Oh, really?

You can catch me. I'm a Heffalump.

A Heffalump?

Heffalump. Heffalump.

That's what I am, all right. A Heffalump.

But you can't be.

Actually, I am.

If you're a Heffalump...

...then where's your horns and spiky tail?

I don't know.

Wow, a spiky tail.

I wish I had one.

Are you sure you're a Heffalump?

My mummy says I am. (blows, laughs)

Well, if you are a Heffalump, then in the name of the Hundred Acre Wood, I capture you.

Okay.

Jump.

(gasps)

I did it.

I did it!

You did it! You did it!

(both laughing)

Yay!

(Heffalump) You did it! You did it!

Wait. I captured you. Whoa!

I capture you! I capture you!

Whoa!

(Roo) Wait! Whoa! You're supposed to come with me!

(straining)

(ringing)

(humming)

Um...

...Piglet? Yes, Pooh?

Why are you setting out little pink jelly beans?

I've been leaving a trail so we can find our way back from the Heffalump "expotition."

Oh, bother.

Oh, no.

(echoing) We're lost!

Whoa!

(blows air, laughs)

Stop! Okay.

What game should we play now?

Rumblejump? Leaplog? Or Hogswallow?

We can't play any games.

Why? You've gotta come with me.

Yow!

Why?

Because I captured you.

Why?

Because...

Because I'm a grownup.

Wow. You're a grownup?

Hey! A grownup.

You must have your own call, then.

My call?

Yeah, like this.

(blows air)

Like that. But only better.

Haven't found mine yet. (hiccups)

My mum said I'll find it when I grow up.

(blows air)

(hiccups)

I can't wait till I grow up.

Well, growing up takes a long time.

It took me just about forever.

(strains)

(trumpeting) (gasps)

That's it. That's the sound I heard.

Gotta go now. Bye.

Wait. Wait a minute. You can't leave.

But my mummy's calling.

(gasps) That's your mom?

Don't you have to go when your mum calls?

Well, yeah, but...

Don't go yet.

Let's go see my friends first. Then you can go.

Well, I don't know.

Please?

Mmm...

Okay, I guess.

(sighs) Thanks.

But soon as we're done, I've got to go.

Okay.

Forward, bounce!

(laughter)

(Heffalump) I know another game. It's called The Name Game.

Heffalumps have names?

Of course.

My name is Heffridge Trumpeter Bumpet.

(sniffs)

Heffridge Trumpler Brompet Heffalump the Fourth.

Whoa.

How do you remember all that?

I can't, so everybody calls me Lumpy.

Lumpy.

Lumpy-bumpy-dumpity-bump!

(Lumpy laughs)

That's The Name Game. (giggles)

♪ Lumpy lumpity lee

♪ Lumpy bumpity bee

♪ Lumpy dumpity dee

♪ Heffa-Lumpy like me

♪ You make a game of your name

♪ So it's never the same Never the same

♪ Add a sound Add a doodle

♪ Now you've got a name that's brand new-dle Huh? Go on, then. What's your name?

Roo.

♪ Rooty tootle-y-doo

- Hey! - ♪ Rooty tootle-y-doo

♪ Rooty bootalee-boo

♪ Rooty tootie, that's you! ♪

(Roo) No, just Roo. (Lumpy laughs)

(footsteps)

(sniffing)

(trumpets)

(trumpets)

(trumpets)

(footsteps)

(gurgling)

♪ ...Heffalumps like... ♪

(Tigger) Okay, so why are we hiding again?

(Rabbit) We're not hiding. We're planning an ambush.

(Tigger) So, um...

You see any Heffalumps yet?

(Rabbit) I know.

I'll use my famous Heffalump call to lure one over.

You have an infamous Heffalump call?

Well, of course. All great Heffalump catchers do.

(clears throat, cries out)

(Rabbit) Scree!

Yooo!

(howling)

(growling) Ah!

M-M-My, what a dreadful sound.

(gasps) Do you suppose it might b-b-b-b-be a...

Oh, yes, Piglet.

It does sound rather Heffalumpish.

Oh, m-m-my!

Do you see it?

(gurgling cries) (Tigger) That one was good.

(gasps) I see a tail.

Are there horns too?

Two of them.

Oh, d-d-d-dear.

Be brave, Piglet.

This is our chance to save our woods.

(gurgling)

And our honey.

Yes, Pooh.

(struggling)

In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood, I capture you!

I caught a Heffalump, Piglet. And so did you.

Rabbit would be proud of us.

Pooh, have you noticed that Heffalumps look a lot like rabbits?

And why do you think that is, Piglet?

Oh, d-d-dear. The Heffalump knows my name.

(gasps)

Well, hello there, Tigger.

Did you happen to see the Heffalump I just captured?

Hmm.

You got me there.

♪ Kerplunk went the little green frog last night

♪ Kerplunk went the little green frog

♪ Kerplunk went the little green frog last night

♪ And his bump went bloomp-bloomp-bloomp

♪ We all know frogs go... ♪

Hey. Come on. Let's go.

(whimpering)

I think I better go home now.

Why?

'Cause I'm not supposed to go in that part of the woods.

Scary things live there. Huh?

That's where I live. There aren't any scary things there.

Are too.

There's a stripy thing that bounces, and it goes...

Whoo!

Then it pounces. (hisses)

Whoa!

(laughing) No, that's Tigger.

You're wrong about him. He's great.

And there's this little pig monster that squeals and shakes all the time.

And it will get you if you don't watch out.

(Roo) Oh, no.

You're wrong about Piglet too. He wouldn't hurt a fly.

And then there's this loud thing, and it's got long ears.

And he yells at everybody.

Yeah, you're kind of right about Rabbit.

But he's okay once you get to know him.

I don't want to get to know him.

Do I have to?

Hey, you really are scared, aren't you?

But my friends aren't scary. Uh-huh.

Who told you all this stuff?

I don't know. Everybody knows.

Hmm. That's just what Rabbit and Tigger said about Heffalumps.

(gasps)

There's nothing scary here.

Promise?

Promise.

(sniffing)

(straining)

Hmm.

(both) Whoa!

Roo. Sorry. My fault.

(humming)

(grunting)

Why, thank you, Tigger.

All right, no more fun and games.

The Heffalump is all but in our grasp.

(trumpeting) (all cry out)

(all) Go away! (Pooh) Excuse me.

(Tigger) Are we planning another ambush?

Of course not. We're hiding.

H-H-How will we know w-when it's s-safe?

Oh, m-m-my.

(Rabbit) Well, Piglet?

Do you see it?

It's coming! It's coming!

I suggest a retreat to another part of the wood.

(Tigger) I'm right behind you. This way.

(Rabbit) No, that way.

(all shouting)

(Piglet) Oh, hello, Eeyore.

Ah! Goodbye, Eeyore.

I'm afraid to ask.

(crash)

(Roo) Hello?

Pooh Bear?

Hello?

Hello!

Anybody? Rabbit?

I caught the Heffalump.

I mean, uh, Lumpy.

Pooh Bear?

Hmm. It looks like nobody's home.

(sniffing)

(gurgling)

Excuse me. Sorry.

Is that you?

Yeah. My mum usually makes me a snack about now.

Do you have any Rumpledoodles?

What are those? They're like biscuits.

They go rather well with honey.

Wait. That's Pooh's honey.

Mmm.

Oh, well. I guess he won't mind.

(gasps)

Um, we better go before we break something.

(crashing)

(both) Uh-oh.

(shouting)

This is where Rabbit lives.

Is he the one with the pointy ears?

Don't worry. He won't hurt you.

They must still be out on the "expotition."

Lumpy?

Mmm. (chewing)

Ha! Hmm.

Oh, yeah?

(Lumpy laughing)

Whoo-hoo-hoo!

Whoa.

Huh? Wh...?

Ah!

(Roo laughing)

(cawing)

Missed me.

Oh!

Whoa!

Gotcha.

(Lumpy) Oh-oh!

My mum's not going to like this, Rooty-toot.

Yeah. My mom neither...

...Lumpster.

We'd better get cleaned up.

Hey, wanna play a game? What kind of game?

Cannonball!

♪ We stand shoulder to shoulder

♪ We see eye to eye

♪ We dive deep under water

♪ We jump high in the sky

♪ High

♪ We stand shoulder to shoulder

♪ We stand side to side

♪ When one of us gets a tiny bit tired

♪ One gives the other a ride

♪ Ride

♪ I've never had a best friend before

♪ So I can't be sure

♪ What it feels like

♪ But I think it feels more like this, I do

♪ I think I feel more like myself

♪ When I'm with you Can you teach me that? Of course.

Suck it in...

...and then spray it down.

See?

(coughing)

Tell you what, you stick to squirting and I'll stick to bouncing.

Yup.

Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

Yeah! Cloud racing!

Lumpster?

Yeah?

You're not captured anymore.

Yay!

♪ Finding, finding Losing and finding

♪ Making, making a bond that is strong

♪ Building, building a house for a friendship

♪ Breathing a breath for our song

♪ Song

♪ For our song ♪

Run! Hurry! Come on! You're behind!

(all shouting) (Tigger) Quiet!

Well, what do you know?

(chuckling) We're home.

Well, well.

All in all, a successful Heffalump expedition.

Are you sure, Rabbit? Well, certainly. Just look around.

You don't see any Heffalumps, do you? (gasps)

(gasping)

Oh, bother.

Rabbit, I don't think it's successful anymore.

(Tigger) Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit!

(Rabbit) The Heffalumps are among us!

What'll we do? We're surrounded.

Run for your life! Where?

Look for an exit! They got us surrounded!

Did you hear that? We're trapped!

That's it. Traps.

We need traps!

Everywhere!

Whoo-hoo-hoo!

Ah!

I'll get some bait.

Oh! (grunting) Ah!

Ahhh! (grunts)

Ooh!

What?

Hoo-hoo-hoo! Ah!

Behold.

A super-duper, extra-looper, hunka hunka Heffatrap.

Oh, m-m-m-my.

Well, what do you know? It catches Piglets too.

I'd like to see a Heffalump try and breach these defenses.

It's impressive, Rabbit. Now, to await the attack.

♪ Lumpy lumpity lee

♪ Lumpy bumpity bee

♪ Lumpy dumpity dee

Heffa-Lumpy like me That's it.

♪ You make a game of the name

♪ So it's never the same Never the same

♪ Add a sound Add a doodle

♪ Now you've got a name that's brand new-dle

♪ Lumpy lumpity lee

♪ Lumpy bumpity bee

- ♪ Lumpy bumpity dee ♪ - (trumpeting)

Oh, no! We forgot your mom.

(trumpeting)

I really have to go.

(trumpeting)

She sounds worried.

Come on. I'll help you find her.

Thank you, Roo.

Roo!

Roo!

(trumpeting)

(sniffing)

(Roo) Mrs. Heffalump!

(blows air)

(Roo) Mrs. Heffalump?

(blows air)

(blows air)

Mrs. Heffalump!

(blows air)

(blows air)

(Roo gasps) Gosh. She's not here, either.

Don't worry, Lumpy. We'll find her.

Um, uh...

Let's try that way.

(blows air)

(whimpering)

Lumpster?

Are you okay?

(sniffs)

We haven't heard my mom in a really long time.

(softly sobbing)

Um... Do you wanna play a game?

No, thanks.

Don't feel like games.

(Roo) When I don't feel good, my mom sings to me.

(Lumpy) My mum sings to me too.

(Roo) ♪ Little Lumpy Loo

♪ Reaching for the moon

♪ So many things we've got to do ♪

I want my mum.

Me too.

Wait.

My mom. She'll know what to do.

Come on. Come on, Lumpy.

Let's go back and find her.

Come on, Lumpy. My mom will make everything okay.

Roo?

Roo!

Roo!

Oh! (clanking)

Oh, my goodness.

False alarm! As in, "Never mind!"

We almost casually captivated ourselves a captive Kanga.

And that's kind of hard to say.

What's all this for?

We built traps to catch the Heffalump.

Clever, huh?

Please, have any of you seen Roo?

He should have been home by now.

Come on, Lumpy. Just a little further.

Hey, look. There she is, Lumpy.

(echoing) Mom!

Roo!

This is Lumpy! He's a Heffalump!

(gasps) A real Heffalump!

And it's got Roo too! Stop him!

Unhand him! We'll save you, Roo!

Wait!

(panting) (mumbling)

Never mind. Retreat!

Retreat! Retreat! Bounce for your life!

Charge! No, wait!

Lumpy! (Kanga) Roo!

Lumpy!

Wait! Don't go!

Lumpy!

Lumpy!

Lumpy!

(all) Roo!

Huh?

(gasps)

(sobbing)

Lumpy?

(sniffs)

You said they wouldn't be scary.

(sniffs) You promised.

(straining)

(grunting)

Oh, Lumpy. I'm so sorry.

This is all my fault.

I want my mummy.

(Rabbit) Roo! (Kanga) Roo!

Come on, Lumpy. We gotta get you out of here.

Roo.

Come on. Let's get you back home.

There they are! (Pooh) The Heffalump's got him.

(Tigger) Drop my bouncing buddy, you Heffally-rascalump!

(Rabbit) After it!

(all) In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood, I capture you! No! Lumpy!

We did it! We did.

Leave him alone! Wait!

You're scaring him.

Rabbit, what on earth are you all doing?

Well, we're rescuing Roo from the Heffalump!

Wait. No, stop. You don't understand.

What? Now, see here, Roo...

Rabbit, let him finish, please.

We were wrong about Heffalumps.

They're not scary creatures.

Lumpy's my friend.

He's just like us.

He gets afraid. Oh!

(Roo) He likes honey. Oh!

(Roo) And he even learned how to bounce.

Oh, look at that.

So... So you've got to un-capture him.

But...

Oh! Lumpy!

Lumpy!

(all shouting)

Oh!

(Kanga) We're coming, dear!

Oh, dear. Roo? Roo!

Hold on, Roo! Roo!

Mom... Mama?

(grunts)

(gasps) Tigger.

(all straining)

(Rabbit) We'll help you! Just hang on!

Roo, I've got an idea!

(Tigger) One, two, three...

Hold on, Roo!

Pull!

(blows air)

Lumpy?

There, there, Piglet.

I think he's trying to help.

(loud trumpeting)

(gasps)

(giggles)

(trumpeting)

Mummy! Mummy?

(loud trumpeting)

(Lumpy) My mummy's coming!

(loud trumpeting)

(loud trumpeting)

Heffridge Trumpler Brompet Heffalump the Fourth, where have you been?

Oh, my little darling. I've been worried sick.

I'm okay, Mummy, but my friend Roo's in trouble.

Can't you save him?

(whimpering)

Mummy, this way. Hurry. (Rabbit) Oh, my.

Roo, can you hear me, love?

Now, don't be frightened. I'm Lumpy's mummy.

Here I am! Right here!

Don't you worry, love. Oh!

Just leave it to me.

(creaking)

Ohhh! Oh!

Now, now, try not to move, love.

Here I come.

Hold very still, love.

Easy does it.

Yeah!

(trumpets)

Oh, thank goodness.

Mama! Mama! Roo! Oh, Roo.

I was so worried.

Thanks, Mrs. Heffalump.

Mummy!

You did it! You did it!

My little Roo.

Oh, Lumpy. You've found your call.

Oh, Rabbit.

That's why the Heffalump was in our wood.

She was looking for her baby.

(clears throat)

Young...

...Heffalump.

I...

That is to say, we...

(sighs) Can you ever forgive us?

We've acted very badly.

That's okay, Long Ears.

I like this kid already.

You're right, Rooty-toot. He is nice, once you get to know him.

Lumpy, darling. We really should be going.

I have to go home now.

Goodbye, Lumpster.

Goodbye, Rooty-toot.

Just a bit longer? Please?

Well...

I don't see why not.

I suppose a few more minutes wouldn't hurt.

Forward, bounce! Wow!

Here I come!

Roo, Roo, Rooty-toot-toot.

Woo-hoo!

Yippee!

(laughter)

(Pooh) And so, things were quite different in the Hundred Acre Wood after that.

You know, we never really did capture a Heffalump that day.

It was more like...

...like Lumpy captured all of us.

♪ We stand shoulder to shoulder

♪ We see eye to eye

♪ We dive deep under water

♪ We jump high in the sky

♪ High

♪ We stand shoulder to shoulder

♪ We stand side to side

♪ When one of us gets a tiny bit tired

♪ One gives the other a ride

♪ Ride

♪ I've never had a best friend before

♪ So I can't be sure

♪ What it feels like

♪ But I think it feels more like this, I do

♪ I think I feel more like myself

♪ When I'm with you


♪ Finding, finding Losing and finding

♪ Making, making A bond that is strong

♪ Building, building A house for a friendship

♪ Breathing a breath for our song

♪ Song

♪ For our song ♪

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ We claim thee

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ We claim thee

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ What do you do when something new

♪ Crosses your path out of the blue?

♪ What do you do? What do you do?

♪ What do you do?

♪ What do you do?

♪ I think once upon a time

♪ The Heffalumps ruled the forest

♪ They romped and stomped and blew their horns

♪ To their near and dearest

♪ They scared all the rest of us

♪ A Heffalump is as a Heffalump does

♪ Is a Heffalump now as a Heffalump was

♪ What do you do when something new

♪ Crosses your path out of the blue?

♪ What do you do? What do you do?

♪ What do you do?

♪ What do you do?

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ We claim thee

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ We claim thee

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ What do you do? What do you do?

♪ What do you do?

♪ In the name of the Hundred Acre Wood

♪ What do you do? What do you do?

♪ What do you do? ♪

(laughter)