In a series called Winnie the Pooh, we can become acquainted with the pig timid Piglet, Tiger the tiger who like to jump, Owl the owl, kangaroo Kanga, Eeyore the donkey was ill-tempered rabbit Rabbit and Christopher Robin, the boy who became a friend Pooh.
The combination of the name bears and geese
Winnie the Pooh is a fictional character creations bear A. A Milne. The first book about bears was published in 1926, entitled Winnie-the-Pooh. Followed by a second book entitled The House at the Pooh's Corner, published in 1928.
The book is illustrated by E. H Shepard was later adapted by The Walt Disney Company became impressions television series and movies.
The names of the characters in the series have been translated in various languages is derived from the personal life of A. A Milne. Character name boys who often play with Winnie the Pooh for instance, comes from the name of the child Milne, Christopher Robin is.
Origin The name Winnie the Pooh
The name Winnie the Pooh himself had a history long enough. Pooh nickname taken from a goose that Christopher Robin met while on holiday. While the name Winnie comes from the name of a Canadian black bear belonged to a soldier named Lt. Harry Colebourne.
Colebourne buy a baby black bear from a local hunter with a price of U $ 20 when the host train stopped at White River, Ontario. Colebourne then name the baby bear "Winnipeg" later shortened to "Winnie"
When prompted Colebourne troops to fight in Paris, Colebourne then submit Winnie at London Zoo. This is where the bear Winnie met Christopher Robin, who was visiting the zoo. So unfortunately Christopher Robin in Winnie, to the extent that he named his teddy bear "Winnie".
Winnie the black bear his own life at London Zoo until 1934.
Winnie the Pooh in a movie
On February 4, 1966, for the first time launched impressions animated Winnie the Pooh Walt Disney production. In the animation titled "Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree" tells the tale of the hunt Pooh honey. Pooh's Christopher Robin borrow balloon and landed in a beehive. The bees are then pursue Pooh, so the Pooh forced to take refuge in a mud puddle.
In the impressions taken from the book's first two series of Winnie the Pooh is Pooh also told also about the obesity because eating too much honey. Once, a visiting Pooh to Rabbit's house were treated to honey. Pooh eating too much honey to obesity, to get them out of the door of the house Rabbit burrows.
Stories of Winnie the Pooh is simple, with adorable characters make it popular and beloved children. On December 20, 1968, Walt Disney Pooh animation back to impressions. Impressions entitled "Winnie the Pooh and Blustery Day" was successful steal Academy Award and later released on the film titled "The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit"
There are many more Winnie the Pooh movies. Starting from: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977), The Tigger Movie (2000), Piglet's Big Movie (2003), Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005). And most recently, to be released of The Walt Disney Company in 2011 with the title of Winnie the Pooh.
Let's get ready to run, roll over and hunting honey with Winnie the Pooh!