My Friends Tigger & Pooh

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My Friends Tigger & Pooh
Created by A. A. Milne (characters)
Bobs Gannaway
Starring Chloë Grace Moretz
Dee Bradley Baker
Jim Cummings
Travis Oates
Peter Cullen
Ken Sansom
Kath Soucie
Max Burkholder
Kyle Stanger
Theme music composer Andy Sturmer
Opening theme "My Friends Tigger & Pooh Theme Song" performed by Kay Hanley (Season 1)
Chloë Grace Moretz (Seasons 2)
Composer(s) Andy Sturmer (score/songs)
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 87 (including 3 films) (List of episodes)
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Walt Disney Television Animation
Original channel Disney Channel (Playhouse Disney) (2007–10)
Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original run May 12, 2007 – October 9, 2010

My Friends Tigger & Pooh was an interactive children's television series inspired by Winnie-the-Pooh by A. A. Milne. The television series features Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends, including two new characters: a brave 6-year-old red-headed girl named Darby and her dog Buster. Although Darby appears to be the main human friend of Pooh and the gang and the leader of the Super Sleuths, Christopher Robin makes several cameos in the series.

Developed by Walt Disney Television Animation, the show premiered on Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney block on May 12, 2007. The show's theme song was written by Jellyfish lead singer Andy Sturmer and is performed by former Letters to Cleo singer Kay Hanley. In Season 2, Chloë Grace Moretz as Darby (replacing Kay Hanley) performed the theme. Also, beginning with this series Travis Oates assumed the role of Piglet, taking over for John Fiedler, who died in 2005, two years prior to the debut of the series.

On July 4, 2010, My Friends Tigger & Pooh was removed from the Playhouse Disney lineup, while it returned in October 3, 2010 with new episodes. However, since February 14, 2011, when Playhouse Disney rebranded into Disney Junior, the show was no longer broadcast.


Main characters
Recurring characters
Minor characters

Production crew[edit]

  • Executive Producers – Brian Hohlfeld
  • Line Producer – Angi Dyste
  • Producer – Dorothy McKim
  • Directors – David Hartman and Don MacKinnon
  • Composer and Songwriter – Andy Sturmer
  • Voice Director – Virginia McSwain
  • Story Editors – Brian Hohlfeld, Dean Stefan, & Nicole Dubuc
  • Staff Writers – Brian Hohlfeld, Dean Stefan, Nicole Dubuc, Eileen Cabiling, Erika Grediaga, and Kim Beyer-Johnson
  • Editor – Jhoanne Reyes
  • Production Manager – Craig Simpson


Owl and Gopher[edit]

Owl and Gopher have not made any appearances in the series at all, although Beaver loosely resembles Gopher. Beaver is a cameo character from Walt Disney's classic, Lady and the Tramp.

However, in the direct-to-DVD film Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too, when Beaver guesses the right password to go to Tigger's side of the Wood, Tigger disappointedly says "I miss Gopher."

DVD releases[edit]

Super Sleuth Christmas Movie
Symphony for a Rabbit/Tigger Goes Snowflaky
  • Friendly Tails – March 4, 2008
Darby, Solo Sleuth/Doggone Buster
Darby's Tail/Tigger's Delivery Service
Pooh-Rates of the Hundred Acre Wood/Tigger's Hiccup Pickup
  • Hundred Acre Wood Haunt – September 2, 2008
Super-Sized Darby/Piglet's Lightning Fightening
Eeyore's Trip to the Moon/The Incredible Shrinking Roo
Eeyore's Home Sweet Home/Rabbit's Prized Pumpkin
Tigger & Pooh And A Musical Too
Super Duper Super Sleuths
Darby Gets Lemons, Makes Lemonade/Dancing with Darby
  • Bedtime with Pooh – August 17, 2010
Pooh's Double Trouble/Eeyore Sleeps on It
Eeyore's Sad Day/Tigger's Bedtime for Bouncer
Buster's Bath/Once in a Pooh Moon


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