A Bear Named Winnie

A Bear Named Winnie

Un Ourson Nommé Winnie

DVD - 2004
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The story of the relationship between the Canadian soldier and Winnie, the bear that was the inspiration for the the beloved character Winnie-the-Pooh.
Publisher: [Toronto] : CBC Home Video ; [Orangeville, Ont.] : Distributed by Morningstar Entertainment, c2004
ISBN: 9781552595503
1552595501
9781552595510
155259551X
Branch Call Number: J DVD Animals / Bear 3558
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (90 min.) :,sd., col. ;,12 cm., in container
Alternative Title: Ourson nommé Winnie [DVD]

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imagenel
Jun 07, 2017

Is BPL going to showcase some of the best films for Canada 150 ? Winnie is named after Winnipeg, a leading lady (played by black bears of different age/gender) to Michael Fassbender (young and skinny, a bit O'Toole), Stephen Fry (the kindly London zoo-keeper), Aaron Ashmore (little brother of Shawn A, of X-Men), and a very drunk and comical David Suchet. DVD cover featured a grizzly bear? DUH! Actually, the DVD that BPL lost had Fassbender and Winnie on the cover.

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rslade
Aug 30, 2014

Production values aren't great, and it is easy to figure out that a fair amount of licence has been taken with the facts, but having something telling close to the real story is nice. (David Suchet, as always, plays a complex and nuanced character and makes it look easy.)

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