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Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too is a Christmas television special based on the Winnie the Pooh cartoons produced by The Walt Disney Company. It was originally broadcast on ABC on December 14, 1991, accompanied by the Donald Duck cartoons The Hockey Champ and Bearly Asleep, and ending with a behind-the-scenes look at Beauty and the Beast. Two days before Christmas, Christopher Robin and his Hundred Acre Wood friends have gathered by a weather vane where he's writing a letter to Santa Claus. Christopher Robin asks his friends what they want for Christmas, and they each have an answer: Rabbit wants a new fly swatter to use against the bugs who constantly invade his garden, Eeyore wants an umbrella to prevent snow from falling on his house, Tigger wants a snowshoe so he can bounce in the snow, and Piglet, who doesn't really know what he wants, says he'll be fine with whatever Santa brings him. During this, Pooh keeps suggesting that Santa also bring them a pot of honey "in case certain guests drop by". After Christopher Robin tells Pooh that he himself wants a sled "big enough for me and maybe a friend or two," he sends it off into the wind. The next day, though, Piglet informs Pooh that he didn't actually ask for anything himself. (more)
- Actress/comedian Charlotte Rae died at the age of 92 on August 5th. Best known for her role as housekeeper Edna Garrett on Diff'rent Strokes and its spin-off The Facts of Life (including their Christmas episodes), she was also the voice of Nanny in 101 Dalmatians: The Series and had roles in The Tangerine Bear: Home in Time for Christmas! and Christmas Cottage.
- On June 14th, AT&T officially acquired Time Warner (the parent company of Warner Bros., DC Comics, Hanna-Barbera, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and HBO), which has now changed its name to WarnerMedia.
- The Countdown to the 25 Days of Christmas, Freeform's annual programming event for late November, is being retitled as Kick-Off to Christmas this year.
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