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Welcome to Pooh Corner at Disney studio backlot prop warehouse?

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  • [Question] Welcome to Pooh Corner at Disney studio backlot prop warehouse?

    Welcome to Pooh Corner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    This was a tv in the 1980s that i watched as a child. It's wiki entry state that

    '' The costumes, Pooh plushes, the narrator's wicker chair and his book are now displayed in the walk-in prop warehouse of the Studio Backlot Tour at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Lake Buena Vista, Florida''

    Is this true? Has anyone seen any of this stuff there?

    Wiki is pretty sketchy from time to time, so i wanted to ask some park goers.

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    Re: Welcome to Pooh Corner at Disney studio backlot prop warehouse?

    I don't remember ever seeing it.

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      Re: Welcome to Pooh Corner at Disney studio backlot prop warehouse?

      From the Wiki entry:

      Very few of the actors who played the characters in Disney's original Pooh short films reprised their roles here, and none of the parts were played by any of the characters' current voice actors, such as Jim Cummings.
      That just made me laugh because the original voice of Tigger, Paul Winchell, was still alive in the 80s when this show was on. And Paul voiced Tigger in the animated Pooh cartoon that aired on ABC Saturday mornings in the late 80s/early 90s (he died in 2005)... as well as voicing Boomer the woodpecker in The Fox and the Hound in the early 80s.

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