Step into the wonderfully whimsical world of the Hundred Acre Wood and Sing a Song with Pooh Bear. It's a typical once-upon-a-time kind of day and Pooh is missing something - his very own song! Accompanied by all his friends, he searches for his song, and, along the way, discovers a bounty of other songs as well. Like a hunny pot brimming over Pooh's favorite treat, his very first sing along musical overflows with charming new songs and collection of all-time favorites from classic Pooh movies.
DVD released in April 2003 as Sing a Song with Pooh Bear & Piglet Too!, to coincide with the theatrical release of Piglet's Big Movie.
Originally released as Winnie-the-Pooh: Sing a Song with Pooh Bear, later re-issued in the Sing-Along Songs series under a new name with new songs. Also released in the UK, but only the original VHS version.
Featured at the end of the 1999 VHS, Gopher hosts "How to Draw", as he shows you how to draw Pooh's face. This was among the bonus features on the DVD version.
The Spanish version (which is of Sing a Song with Pooh Bear) is a bonus feature for the DVD release of Sing a Song with Pooh Bear & Piglet Too. Instead of narration, it is just the songs fading in when the song began and out to black when the song ended. Some of the dialogue is still there. In Spanish, it is known as Canta Con Nosotros: Canta Una Cancion Con Wini Pu.
This sing-along is one of few to have an actual storyline (in this case, Pooh trying to find his song). Various scenes of Pooh media (such as those of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh) were used with the introductions, along with redubbed dialogue.
In the 2003 version, the intro for "My Song" was shortened from the original version in which a few of the scenes that were removed were placed for the intros of the added songs (with new dialogue). The narrator's dialogue from the 1999 release of "My Song" was completely changed in the 2003 version.
Though the revised version was released in 2003, the credits say 2002, which indicates that it was completed that year (and certain parts of Piglet's Big Movie were completed in time to be used in that version).
The end credits use the same background as the end of The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh's opening theme.