Measuring 29 cm tall, our blonde Soft Cuddly Friends Disney Originals Winnie the Pooh is a cheerful little companion made of cuddly soft plush and stuffed with synthetic material. He is wearing a tight-fitting red jumper. The bean bags in his arms, legs and bottom allow him to sit comfortably and make him fun to touch. One look at his round eyes and it’s clear he’s got a new idea for a game. Winnie the Pooh loves to join in the fun!
Measuring 30 cm tall and made of cuddly soft plush with synthetic stuffing, Soft Cuddly Friends Disney Originals Tigger has an infectious personality! With his magnificent snout, two-tone ears and original Tigger stripes, he has all the markings of a real tiger. He is soft and cuddly, and has practical bean bags in his arms, legs and bottom. He loves to bounce past...
Measuring 31 cm tall and made of cuddly soft plush with synthetic stuffing, our Soft Cuddly Friends Disney Originals Baloo is utterly adorable. He has kind eyes, a striking snout with a gentle smile and small, two-tone bear ears. His pale-coloured belly and paws are just some of his unmistakable markings. The tuft of blue hair on his head adds to his unique look. Bean bags in his arms, legs and bottom make playtime even more fun... Have a great time with Baloo!
Piglet may be small, but his heart is huge. Although he sometimes appears afraid, he is often courageous when coming to the aid of others. Piglet is Pooh's best friend -- loyal and trustworthy. Steiff's version of Large Contemporary Piglet is made of finest mohair with "hand-stitched" details and 10 inches tall.
Good-natured but scatterbrained, Disney's cartoon character Goofy is well loved the world over! Goofy first appeared, somewhat disguised, as a member of the audience in Mickey’s Revue (1932). Goofy was distinguished from those around him not so much by his languid appearance but his raucous laugh. That laugh created such an impression on Walt Disney that the character was soon featured in other cartoons. Before long, Goofy was part of the gang that included Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Clarabelle Cow, and Horace Horsecollar. There were 49 Goofy cartoons, but he also appeared in many cartoons with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, as well as more recent television series and videos. He is best known for his series of “How to" cartoons, where the audience laughed at his bumbled explanations and antics. Well, who wouldn’t laugh, "Gawrsh" everyone knows and loves Goofy!