Piglet Old Pal (by Tigger)
Winnie the Pooh (1926)
- "And a piglet's not brave, it's true, but if he has friends like you, he might ride upon a wish on a star. And so you see I'm proud to be what piglets are."
- —Piglet in "What Piglets Are"
Piglet is Winnie the Pooh's best friend. He's been often called a "very small animal" who loves acorns and helping his friends. He's timid and has many fears, but he can be brave sometimes. In 2003, Piglet starred his own film, Piglet's Big Movie. Piglet was voiced by John Fiedler up until this actor's passing in 2005. Beginning with the series My Friends Tigger & Pooh, the role was filled by Travis Oates, who also provided the character's voice in the Kingdom Hearts series of games. Piglet lived in a beech tree, though in The House at Pooh Corner, Piglet ended up giving his house to Owl at Eeyore's suggestion, when Owl's house blew down. He then moved in with Pooh. In the Disney canon, this story was depicted in The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, though future releases have shown Piglet living in his own house.
Pooh and Piglet are very inseparable. Whenever on an adventure, Piglet always follows Pooh. Piglet always takes Pooh's side no matter how silly Pooh is being. Piglet even risked his life during a wind storm to save Pooh. His worst fear is that all his friends will be lost forever. In "Good-bye Mr. Pooh" when Pooh comes back from being gone, he finds Eeyore living in his house. Piglet graciously lets Pooh live with him until they can convince Eeyore to give Pooh back his house. And previous to that in "The Blustery Day", when Owl temporarily lives at Piglet's house, Pooh lets Piglet stay with him.
Tigger is very fond of Piglet. In an episode of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Piglet helps Tigger get unstuck, and Tigger devotes himself to be there for Piglet. Piglet begins to feel smothered and has a talk with Tigger. Tigger agrees to give Piglet some space. In Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin, Tigger saves Piglet from falling to the ground from a tree. Later in the film, Piglet rides Tigger to the top of a cliff. In The Tigger Movie, Piglet feels sympathy for Tigger.
Eeyore often accompanies Pooh, Piglet, Rabbit and Tigger on their journey. In Pooh's Grand Adventure, Piglet hugs Eeyore. He also falls on top of Eeyore in a comedic scene. In The Tigger Movie, Piglet holds on to Eeyore's tail and asks if he's okay. He also holds on to Eeyore during the avalanche.
In Piglet's Big Movie, When Piglet first met Kanga, he and his friends were very scared of her. They "kidnap" Roo (Roo thinking they're just playing) and have Piglet pretend to be Roo, which Kanga sees past, and she pretends not to know. Kanga gives Piglet a bath and bounce medicine. After having her fun, she says "Two more things. A cookie, and a kiss, Piglet." Piglet and Kanga become good friends. Piglet sometimes goes with Pooh and Tigger to eat breakfast at her house. Piglet also pretended to be Roo on one occasion, when Roo and Tigger want to keep playing. Kanga once again saw past that and as punishment, gives Piglet a bath. She also gives Roo and Tigger a bath.
Piglet and Roo get along very well. Piglet is somewhat protective of him, as are other the other citizens of the Hundred Acre Wood. Piglet pretends to be Roo twice, which Kanga see past both times. Pooh, Piglet, and Tigger often go to Kanga and Roo's house for breakfast.
Rabbit and Piglet are very good friends. Rabbit can sometimes dupe Piglet into being his personal assistant. Rabbit is very protective of Piglet due to his size.
Winnie The Pooh & The Blustery Day
In Winnie The Pooh & The Blustery Day, Piglet is tring to sweep the leaves off og his front porch before Pooh arrives. After Pooh's arroval, Piglet begans to float off the ground due to his small size and Pooh grabs Piglet's green scarf, pulling him all the way to Owl's house. Once there, the group sit with Owl and talk until a great gust pushes the house over, prompting Piglet & Pooh to gather the other members of the Hundred Acre wood who try to fix Owl's house, but in the end, Piglet proves himself to be the bigger man and gives his own house to Owl, opting to move in with Pooh, instead.
Pooh's Grand Adventure
Piglet accompanies Pooh along with Rabbit, Tigger and Eeyore to search for Christopher Robin. Along the way, he discovers he is braver than he believes.
Seasons of Giving
Composed of three storylines, Piglet is the main focus of the first story, and plays a supporting role in the other two.
The Tigger Movie
Piglet plays a fairly minor role. He assists Pooh and Eeyore in looking for Tigger's family. He later dresses like a Tigger with his friends.
A Very Merry Pooh Year
In order to keep Rabbit from moving, Piglet takes up bouncing, and stops being a scared. Tigger stops bouncing, and begins to act like Piglet. In the end, Rabbit decides not to move and everyone begins to act normally. Pooh also gives Piglet a music box.
Piglet's Big Movie
Piglet begins to feel left out due to his size and after helping out some tiny insects and a baby bird, decides that his friends really do need him. When he gets to where his friends were trapping bees, he finds that his friends aren't there. Piglet then inexplicably goes missing, and his friends frantically search for him, and with Piglet's scrapbook, they recall their memories of him. After every memory, each character realizes they have taken credit for what Piglet has done. After Rabbit and tigger accidentally throw the scrapbook in the river while fighting over it, Roo finds Piglet's scarf. After their discovery, a bad storm hits and everyone sadly goes to Piglet's house for shelter. They all draw new scrapbook pages of Piglet. Roo then hurries everyone out the door and they rush to find Piglet. They find the scrapbook pages and begin to put them together again. They find that the scrapbook on a log at a steep cliff over the river. Pooh tries to get it, but his shirt gets caught. Everyone tries to get Pooh before he falls, but they are a few inches too short. Piglet suddenly arrives, and is able to reach Pooh. Unfortunately the log breaks, and everyone except for Pooh and Piglet are seen. While everyone cries over Pooh and Piglet, they turn around to see Pooh and Piglet crying with them. Pooh appollgizes about Piglet's lost memories, but Piglet tells them that he will always remember them. Piglet is taken home, and is surprised by the new scrapbook pages, especially the one that makes him look like a giant knight. A party is then held for Piglet, and Pooh surprises Piglet by changing the name of Pooh Corner to Pooh and Piglet Corner.
Springtime With Roo
Piglet plays a minor role. He is shown being sad about Easter being cancelled. He is only seen in a few scenes. At the end, he is playing on one of Rabbit's displays.
Pooh's Heffalump Movie
Piglet plays a very minor role. He goes along with his friends to capture a heffalump. He is scene at the end credits being flown like a kite by Lumpy.
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie
Piglet is the main focus of the Boo To You Too sequence.
Super Sleuth Christmas Movie
He assists his friends on the journey to the North Pole.
Winnie The Pooh (2011 Film)
When his friends fall into the Backson trap, Piglet is sent to go get help. He is walking in the woods, and hears someone coming. He get very scared, and jumps into the Backson trap, making Rabbit very angry.
- Welcome to Pooh Corner (TV show) - 1983-1986
- The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (TV show) - 1988-1991
- The Book of Pooh (TV show) - 2001-2002
- My Friends Tigger & Pooh (TV show) - 2007-2010
- Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too (TV special) - 1991
- Boo! To You Too! Winnie the Pooh (TV special) - 1996
- A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving (TV special) - 1998
- Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (film) (cameo during opening sequence) - 1966
- Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (short film) (first official film appearance) - 1968
- Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (short film) - 1974
- Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (short film) - 1983
- Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (film) - 1997
- Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (film) - 1999
- The Tigger Movie (film) - 2000
- Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (film) - 2002
- Piglet's Big Movie (film) - 2003
- Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo (film) - 2004
- Pooh's Heffalump Movie (film) - 2005
- Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (film) - 2005
- Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie (film) - 2007
- Winnie the Pooh (film) - 2011
- In Arabic, Piglet is known as فجلة , or Fegla in English letters, which means Radish. His first voice actor was Khaled El Issawi, followed by Ra'afat Labib
- In Brazil, Piglet is known as Leitão and was voiced by Oberdan Júnior from The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh until the first episodes of My Friends Tigger & Pooh, after which the role was given to Alexandre Moreno. It is still unknown which of them will voice Piglet in the upcoming Winnie the Pooh film.
- In Flanders, Piglet is known as Knorretje, named after the sound a piglet makes.
- In France, Piglet's name is Porcinet. He's had three different voice actors in French dubs of Pooh productions: Roger Carel from The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh to Pooh's Grand Adventure; Roger Crouzet in the frech dub of The Tigger Movie; and Hervé Rey in more recent productions.
- In Italy, Piglet is called Pimpi and has also been voiced by three actors: Roberto Stocchi (New Adventures), Fabrizio Vidale and Luca Dal Fabbro.
- In Japan, Piglet's name is ピグレット and he is voiced by Mitsuru Ogata.
- Piglet's teeth chatter most of the time when he talks.
- Piglet has never had a tail in Disney cartoons, but a pig tail is visible in some promotional posters for Piglet's Big Movie.
- Although Piglet is not given very many solos, he did get one in the special "Boo To You Too, Winnie The Pooh" where he sang "I am Not Afraid".
- At the ending of an episode of My Friends Tigger and Pooh, Piglet saved Pooh from a falling tree.
- Although pictured in the cover, Piglet only made a cameo appearance at My Friends Tigger and Pooh: Super Duper Super Sleuths.
- Piglet tends to stutter like the character, Porky Pig from the Looney Tunes franchise.
- Piglet's catchphrase is "Oh, d-d-d-dear!"