The Tigger Movie (Disney, VCD, $58) 'The most wonderful thing about Tiggers is that I'm the only one.' At least that's how writer A A Milne thought Tigger would see his uniqueness. But in this animation, poor Tigger is feeling lonely. The bouncy character has an attack of 'being the onliest one' and sets off through the Hundred Acre Wood in search of his family. But the more he searches the less he finds. He stumbles across a huge oak and is convinced it's the Tigger Family Tree, but it proves Tiggerless. Pooh and Piglet try to cheer him up by forging a letter from his family, but it backfires when Tigger, overwhelmed with excitement, throws a party for them. Guilt-ridden, everyone including Pooh, Piglet, Kanga, Eeyore, Roo, Owl and Rabbit turn up in striped disguises, which ecstatic Tigger, blinded by joy, fails to see through. Buckets of Tigger tears follow when he discovers the truth, but this is soon banished with some Disney schmaltz and a happy ending. The Hundred Acre Wood has changed since Christopher Robin's day, having developed some snow-capped peaks and deep ravines. Pooh lovers of all ages will still enjoy this but it's no substitute for the original books and a fertile imagination. The Disney animation lacks the charm and subtlety of EH Shepards' line drawings found in Milnes' books. Disney's Pooh looks more bloated Teletubby than tubby bear. At 77 minutes, it's a tall order to hold the attention of under fives.