Walt Disney adaptationsEdit
(Walt Disney version)
|Voiced by||Tim Hoskins (1988–1991), Edan Gross (1991), Brady Bluhm (1997–1999), Tom Attenborough (2000), Paul Tiesler (2001–2003), Tom Wheatley (2003), William Green, Jack Boulter (2011)|
Since 1966, Walt Disney has released numerous features starring Winnie-the-Pooh and related characters. Christopher Robin appears in all of the Walt Disney adaptations except for Kingdom Hearts some of the episodes for Welcome_to_Pooh_Corner Welcome to Pooh Corner, Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh, Springtime with Roo, and Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie. But in most of the cartoons, he is only a supporting character, sometimes only appearing in a few scenes or episodes; in Pooh's Heffalump Movie, he only appears during the credits. His personality is virtually the same as in the books, but he attends day school instead of boarding school.
Christopher Robin's bedroom, but not Christopher Robin himself, appears in live-action opening sequences. In the world within his storybooks, his house appears just as it does in E. H. Shepherd's illustrations. The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh re-imagines him as an American boy living in the suburban house 100 Acre Road whose backyard connects directly to the Hundred Acre Wood. His mother also appears in the series and Robin is apparently their surname in that continuity. Some of these elements were reused for The Book of Pooh, but the animals are once again characters in Christopher Robin's storybook. His hollow tree house does not appear from both series.
Christopher Robin has appeared on House of Mouse with his friends, but he is the only mainWinnie-the-Pooh character not to appear in the Kingdom Hearts video game series]; in this continuity, the Winnie-the-Pooh book belongs to Merlin and Christopher Robin's role is played out mostly by Sora. He only appears in two episodes of My Friends Tigger and Pooh. His appearance was updated for the 2011 film, Winnie the Pooh|.