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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. 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.
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. 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. A digitally remastered version of the film was completed and released online by producer Brad Bell in 2010. 
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- Haglund, David (September 11, 2014). "One of the Earliest Mashups Brilliantly Combined Apocalypse Now and Winnie the Pooh". Slate Magazine.
- "THE BOOTLEG FILES: "APOCALYPSE POOH" | Film Threat". June 25, 2004.
- "Todd Graham's Apocalypse Pooh in CBC Toronto 1991 Entertainment News Segment - video Dailymotion". Dailymotion.
- "MASTER OF THE MASH-UP: TALKING TO "APOCALYPSE POOH" DIRECTOR TODD GRAHAM".
- "A Digital Remastering of Todd Graham's Brilliant 1987 Winnie the Pooh Mashup With 'Apocalypse Now'". December 3, 2019.