Talk:List of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh episodes
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Which Episodes are on Which DVD'S?
In most PAL Territories, DVDs of this series have been released under the name "The Magical World of Winnie the Pooh" - Google that name and you'll find out. It would be handy to know which episodes feature on which DVD's Thanks Sype
Here you go sir.... Magical World of Winnie the Pooh DVD's (PAL Release only. Who knows why?)
Vol 1 - Blue - All For One & One For All
Donkey for a Day Friend in Deed The Piglet Who Would be King Rabbit Marks the Spot
Vol 2 - Red - Little Things Mean a Lot
Monkey See, Monkey Do Better Hunny for a Bunny The Wishing Bear Eeyi Eeyi Eeyore
Vol 3 - Green - Its Playtime With Pooh
Bubble Trouble What's the Score, Pooh? April Pooh The Good, the Bad, and the Tigger
Vol 4 - Purple - A Great Day of Discovery
Babysitter Blues Party Poohper All's Well That Ends Wishing Well Piglet's Poohetry
Vol 5 - Light Green - Friends Forever
Fish Out of Water Good-bye, Mr. Pooh Where Oh Where Has My Piglet Gone? Pooh Skies
Vol 6 - Violet - Love and Friendship
Stripes A Very, Very Large Animal Tigger's Shoes No Rabbit's a Fortress
Vol 7 - Orange - Share Your World
The Rats Who Came to Dinner Lights Out To Catch a Hiccup Owl's Well That Ends Well
Vol 8 - Light Blue - Growing Up With Pooh
Me and My Shadow The Bug Stops Here Easy Come, Easy Gopher Cloud, Cloud Go Away
18.104.22.168 (talk) 13:32, 19 December 2009 (UTC) People have put on the episode list lately that there is going to be a 5th season of the series in 2010. Is there a 5th season? 22.214.171.124 (talk) 13:32, 19 December 2009 (UTC)
Revised - accurate U.S. broadcast order for seasons 1-2
I recently found the accurate U.S. broadcast order and airdates for seasons 1-2, on Bill Cotter's supplemental CD-ROM for his book "The Wonderful World of Disney Television." Since the show was an hour in the first season, each week would often have new episodes mixed with reruns. I also determined which episodes actually aired in which season, and added the episode numbers and "a" and "b" segment designations for Disney's official/international episode order (which is the order that's used in most episode guides, and the versions shown on Disney Channel and Toon Disney).--126.96.36.199 (talk) 01:09, 20 October 2010 (UTC)
Bill Cotter makes this CD-ROM available to order - they're the appendices and other additional information that couldn't fit into the final published version of "The Wonderful World of Disney Television." I took the PDF off of the CD and uploaded it at this link: 
The relevant information is on pages 129-130 (season 2, The Gummi Bears/Winnie the Pooh Hour) and 133-134 (season 1, hour-long format).
These episode lists are legit - several season 1 episodes as aired on the Disney Channel and on international broadcasts actually retained end credits from hour-long groupings matching ones listed in this info. For example, the closing of my copy of "King of the Beasties"/"The Rats Who Came to Dinner" lists the writers for "King of the Beasties", "Donkey For a Day", "The Rats Who Came to Dinner" and "Friend, In Deed". Cotter's guide lists that exact configuration of episodes in his guide, with an airdate of January 7, 1989.
I put it on megaupload myself because that's the only way I could upload it. The PDF is the source. It comes from the CD-ROM that I bought from Bill Cotter himself through his website . He compiled the information for his book , which was published by Disney, but the stuff in the supplements was left out when the book was cut down, as he explains in the preface to the supplements.
Cotter meticulously researched everything he could for this book, which covered Disney's entire television history.
I've been working really hard to research accurate airdates for the Disney animated series, and I wouldn't have posted this information if I wasn't absolutely sure that my source was accurate.--188.8.131.52 (talk) 14:43, 20 October 2010 (UTC)
- Bill Cotter is the historian to talk to when its comes to Disney TV history. Just put references to the book although I don't know how Wikipedia wants to handle additional material in references though, but the dates in the pdf are legit. DoctorHver (talk) 23:47, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
Problem with Season 1
According to Hal Erickson's book and this Tampa Bay Times article, the first season had 25/26 episodes (depending if you count the pilot). This leads me to believe the dates are wrong on this page. (Talk) 20:52, 28 July 2014 (UTC)