Includes a Kenny Loggins music video, a sing-along-song segment, on-screen storybook, a trivia game, Make Your Own Family Tree segment, a matching game, the theatrical trailer and three forced-ad trailers:
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The anamorphically enhanced, windowboxed 1.66:1 DVD is Tiggerific! The animation is typical of contemporary Winnie-the-Pooh cartoons from Disney (as opposed to the classic Pooh drawings). The imagery is occasionally three dimensional, while the look of the movie is otherwise very simple, setting Tigger and his friends apart from the backgrounds. I could not find any distractions on this disc.
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