• Peter Berthoud

Winnie the Pooh

Updated: Aug 28

Winnie the Pooh, A Pepys Game


First Published: 1965, Pepys Series by Castell Brothers Ltd., St. Cross Street, London

Illustrator or Designer: After Walt Disney Studios and E.H. Shepard


Contents: 44 Cards + Rules Booklet



There are four numbered cards: Winnie the Pooh x 4, Piglet x 4, Kanga and Roo x 4 and Christopher Robin x 2 . There are 3 each of the remaining 10 cards that also feature other characters including Eeyore, Rabbit and Owl.


Winnie the Pooh cards: 1 Winnie the Pooh, 2 Piglet, 3 Kanga and Roo, 4 Christopher Robin. Five cards featuring characters in different scenes.
Winnie the Pooh cards: 1 Winnie the Pooh, 2 Piglet, 3 Kanga and Roo, 4 Christopher Robin. Five cards featuring characters in different scenes.

Winnie the Pooh cards: Five cards featuring characters in various scenes.
Winnie the Pooh cards: Five cards featuring characters in various scenes.


In 1961 Walt Disney acquired the film rights to A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh books, as illustrated by E.H. Shepard. The cards show scenes from the short animated film, or featurette, "Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree" that was released in 1966, a year after the game went on sale. This was the first Winnie the Pooh film from Disney and the last short film that Walt Disney personally supervised before his death in December 1966.



Game & Version Details




Winnie the Pooh - Card Back



Winnie the Pooh - Rules Front



Winnie the Pooh - Rules Centre Pages


A redrawn Disney version of the famous map of 100-Acre Wood by E.H. Shepard



Winnie the Pooh - Rules Back



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Winnie the Pooh - Box Back



Winnie the Pooh - Box Top



Winnie the Pooh - Box Side Left



Winnie the Pooh - Box Base


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Winnie the Pooh - Box Side Right



​Winnie the Pooh - Box Back With Flap