Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, where Christopher Robin plays, you’ll find the enchanted neighborhood, of Christopher’s childhood days.

A donkey named Eeyore is his friend.

And Kanga and Little Roo.

There’s Rabbit and Piglet. And there’s Owl.

But most of all Winnie the Pooh. ♫ 


Jimmy Stewart and a friend - promotional photo for Harvey - 1950

Jimmy Stewart and a friend - promotional photo for Harvey - 1950

screengoddess:

Gloria DeHaven 1944, photo by Clarence Bull

screengoddess:

Gloria DeHaven 1944, photo by Clarence Bull


Walt Disney’s "Funny Little Bunnies" (1934)

Walt Disney’s "Funny Little Bunnies" (1934)

Well, I think I’ll call him Bambi.

Bambi… Yep, I guess that’ll do all right.

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

adelphe:

Bambi’s Children c1943

adelphe:

Bambi’s Children c1943

"Mickey Plays Papa" (1934)

"Mickey Plays Papa" (1934)

Walt Disney’s "Funny Little Bunnies" (1934)
Happy Easter, everyone!  xoxo

Walt Disney’s "Funny Little Bunnies" (1934)

Happy Easter, everyone!  xoxo

Leila Hyams visits the Easter Bunny - 1931

Leila Hyams visits the Easter Bunny - 1931

Thelma Todd and her shadow puppet bunny  - c. 1930s

Thelma Todd and her shadow puppet bunny  - c. 1930s

Walt Disney with the March Hare from "Alice In Wonderland" (1951)

Walt Disney with the March Hare from "Alice In Wonderland" (1951)

Animation cel for Walt Disney’s "Bambi" (1942)

Animation cel for Walt Disney’s "Bambi" (1942)


Actress Pauline Starke and a bunny rabbit friend - c. 1920s

Actress Pauline Starke and a bunny rabbit friend - c. 1920s

Harold finds a good hiding place for a little friend - “Movie Crazy” (1932)