A Bear Named Winnie Trailer

A Bear Named Winnie Trailer (2004)

12 December 2004 Drama, Family 90 mins

Based on the true story of a Canadian soldier, enroute to World War I from Winnipeg, who adopts an orphaned bear cub at White River Ontario. It is namned Winnie (for Winnipeg) and eventually ends up at the London Zoo where it became the inspiration for A.A.Milne's Winnie The Pooh stories.

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Cast

Michael Fassbender

as Harry Colebourn

Gil Bellows

as Colonel Barrett

Stephen Fry

as Protheroe

David Suchet

as General Hallholland

Crew

International Releases Dates

Canada 12 December 2004

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