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Apocalypse Pooh

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Apocalypse Pooh
Apocalypse Pooh poster.jpg
Poster by Todd Graham
Directed byTodd Graham
Written byTodd Graham
Edited byTodd Graham
Running time
8 minutes[1]

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Apocalypse Pooh is a short film created by Canadian comedian, Todd Graham that is credited as one of the earliest examples of a Mashup video.[2] The film combines key scenes from Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now with the Disney cartoons in the Winnie-the-Pooh series. Because of the obvious violation in copyright laws created by splicing the source materials together, the film was never given a genuine commercial presentation. Apocalypse Pooh reached a cult-like status in underground film groups based solely on the depth and scope of the bootleg video circuit.[3]


Graham created Apocalypse Pooh in 1987 while attending OCAD University. Despite receiving little recognition in Canada, the arts-base, The Kitchen in New York embraced and showcased the piece.[4] The film was distributed through underground tape-trading exchanges and advertised as part of short films on the back of Film Threat or Psychotronic magazine.[5] A digitally remastered version of the film was completed and released online by producer Brad Bell in 2010. [6]


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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jWGJ3pyLgs&ab_channel=politicalremix
  2. Haglund, David (September 11, 2014). "One of the Earliest Mashups Brilliantly Combined Apocalypse Now and Winnie the Pooh". Slate Magazine.
  3. "THE BOOTLEG FILES: "APOCALYPSE POOH" | Film Threat". June 25, 2004.
  4. "Todd Graham's Apocalypse Pooh in CBC Toronto 1991 Entertainment News Segment - video Dailymotion". Dailymotion.
  6. "A Digital Remastering of Todd Graham's Brilliant 1987 Winnie the Pooh Mashup With 'Apocalypse Now'". December 3, 2019.