List of The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh Episodes

List Of The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh Episodes

This is a complete list of episodes of Disney's The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. The series premiered on January 17, 1988 on Disney Channel. Thirteen episodes were aired on the network before the series moved to ABC that fall.

Read more about List Of The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh EpisodesSeason 1 (1988-89), Season 2 (1989), Season 3 (1990), Season 4 (1991), Additional Specials

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List Of The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh Episodes - Additional Specials
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