Springtime with Roo

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Springtime with Roo is a 2004 American direct-to-video animated musical comedy film produced by Walt Disney Pictures and DisneyToon Studios, animated by Toon City Animation, Inc., the featuring characters from Disney's Winnie the Pooh franchise, based on the original characters from the A. A. Milne books featuring Winnie-the-Pooh.


Rabbit: Well, Roo. I'm afraid you've been terribly misinformed. Why this is spring cleaning day. And you've all ruined it! I don't believe it! I told you exactly what to do! And you didn't do any of it!
Roo: But Rabbit...
Rabbit: Not another word! I want you all out of here at once! Out! Out!

Rabbit: Don't say that word in my house!
Tigger: What word?
Rabbit: I refuse to say it.
Tigger: If you won't tell me what word I'm not supposed to say, then how am I gonna know not to say it? Let's see, is it carrotses?
Rabbit: No!
Tigger: Rutabeha?
Rabbit: No.
Tigger: [speaks gibberish] Thingama-whatchama-higgity-jigs?
Rabbit: That isn't even a word.
Tigger: Onomatopoeia? And that is a word.
Rabbit: Why would you even want to say that?
Tigger: Why wouldn't ya say it? Onomatopoeia, Onomatopoeia, Onomatopoeia is an onomatopoeia!

Rabbit: I don't understand. Roo was looking forward too...
Narrator: Spring Cleaning Day, was it?
Rabbit: No. Easter. [feels heartbroken] What have I done? Where are all my friends?
Narrator: Friends you say? You certainly didn't treat them like friends. Don't you remember?

[Flashback clouds appear on top of Rabbit's head of what he said]

Rabbit: I'm sorry but I'm the Easter Bunny so I make the rules. It isn't fun it's Easter. I told you exactly what to do and you didn't do any of it!
Narrator: You see Rabbit? You never thought about what your friends wanted. All you do was care for yourself.
Rabbit: No I didn't! Did I?
Narrator: It looks as if you got what you wanted. Now you can always have things your way.
Rabbit: No, that's not what I want. [sobs] Mr. Narrator, you said that the pages of the future haven't been written yet. So, does that mean these words can be changed? Please, tell me I still have time to change! [Rabbit lays down on one of the pages while sobbing] No! No, it's not too late. It can't be. [stands up] I'll be a good friend. Yes, that's it. [runs back to his house] I can change. [opens the door] I'll get their special Easter things. I'll give them Easter. I will! It's not too late. [Rabbit gasps when he notices the Easter decorations and eggs are gone and he has a sad expression] NNNNNNOOOOOOO!!!!


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