The Disney Store has released many different sets of lithographs (or art prints) to promote various animated movies, such as the direct-to-video offering featured here. Pooh’s Grand Adventure isn’t one of my favorite adaptions of the characters created by A. A. Milne. It stands as more of a babysitter that parents can use to entertain their kids while doing housework! So it has little merit and certainly can’t be considered a classic.
That being said, this set of lithographs is well done, giving us four excellent and heartwarming images. It also yields yet another innovative folder featuring the fold-out format some of these sets are known for. Let’s have a look:
The cover image isn’t overly detailed but does capture the innocence and cuteness of Pooh!
Even if you haven’t seen the movie, the images presented in this set should tickle your fancy and make you happier than Eeyore. Then again… what wouldn’t?
I can say that I almost like the folders more than the prints with many of these Disney Store exclusives! Take a look at the inside of the folder after it has been fully unfolded:
When you fold up the flap that Tigger is on it forms the bottom of the folder which keeps the prints in place. And it reveals this wonderful map showing the locations that are visited in the movie:
There isn’t much more to say about these Disney Store lithographs. They are what they are and I show them simply as a way of preservation and sharing them with those who may not have had the opportunity to get a set when they were offered.
I was fortunate to pick up over 30 sets of these lithographs for only $20.00 from the Dixieland Flea Market in Michigan. As a collector, sometimes it’s only a matter of being at the right place at the right time to find the coolest deals!
You can see Lady and the Tramp lithographs by clicking the link!