When Tigger becomes morbidly preoccupied with being unique, Roo decides that a white lie about a long-lost family may help. In this somewhat depressive anecdote drawn out to feature length, the lesson Tigger learns is made suspenseful by the threat of catastrophes, including an avalanche. The characterizations depend heavily on repetition, and the songs lisped by Tigger (voice by Jim Cummings) aren't particularly clever, catchy, or sweet. Jun Falkenstein wrote and directed this animated movie, based on the characters of A.A. Milne. 77 min.