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- January 4, 2011 - Check out The Book of Pooh section of our Winnie the Pooh Songs page for links to a number of new song pages, many of them with pictures. Much thanks to CDCB for these additions.
- December 3, 2010 - Winniepedia is now on Twitter. Follow us at http://twitter.com/Winniepedia.
- November 27, 2010 - IMDb now has a photo gallery related to the 2011 film.
- November 14, 2010 - Disney has released the first trailer for the upcoming 2011 film. See it here!
- November 10, 2010 - Disney has released two pictures for the upcoming 2011 film. Take a look at them at Rotten Tomatoes!
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Songs and music have been an important part of the world of Pooh, right from the start of Disney's adaptations. Visit Winnie the Pooh Songs to find links to all of our song content, or hop in and create a page about one of the songs in the series!
- The song "So Long" from Winnie the Pooh has been nominated for a Grammy Award.
- That Oliver Dillon, the voice of Lumpy in My Friends Tigger & Pooh, also stars as Nok Tok in the British preschool series Waybuloo?
- That the phrase "Think, Think, Think" has been adapted for the title of at least two songs within the Disney Pooh series?
- That Pooh, his friends, and the Hundred Acre Wood have appeared in most installments of Disney and Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts video game series? The world that they appear in is a mini game world, except in Kingdom Hearts re:Chain of Memories, because of a part that Sora fights the bees.