Stan Shushing Heff
Stan Woozle and Heff Heffalump
Background information
Feature films
Television programs Inspector Gadget The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Video games Kingdom Hearts III
Park attractions
Voice Ken Sansom (Stan)
Chuck McCann (Heff)
Performance model
Inspiration Possibly George and Lennie from John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men".
Character information
Other names
Personality Stan: Calm, devious, intelligent
Heff: Loud, easily scared, idiotic
Appearance Stan: Slender dark gray woozle, yellow eyes, black nose, light gray stomach, torso, chin, and lower nose, purple bags under eyes, with a red cap, yellow vest, blue pants, black shoes, red and white polka dot tie
Heff: Obese orange heffalump, black vest, large tooth, yellow torso, stomach, and chin, burnt orange colored square patch on the knee
Occupation Thieves
Alignment Bad
Goal To steal honey, to ransom Kessie(all failed)
Home The Wood(all destruction)
Friends Wooster (formerly)
Enemies Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Roo, Rabbit, Kanga, Kessie, Wooster
Dislikes Stan: Politeness, friendship, the "fluffbags" (Stan's nickname for Pooh and his friends)
Heff: Mice, Wooster
Both: Mousetraps, Kessie
Powers and abilities
Fate Leave the Hundred Acre Wood but promise to return to get the honey. ("Great Honey Pot Robbery")
Has honey spilled on them and tells Rabbit to keep Kessie far away from them. ("A Bird in the Hand")
Typical Saying Stan: "To think a woozle would stoop to saying please!"
Heff: "You're brilliant, Stan! Brilliant! How are we gonna get the little birdie in our hands?"
Stan Woozle and Heff Heffalump are the main antagonists a pair of animal occasionally featured in The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. They are also possibly one of the many cartoon parodies of George and Lennie from John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men.

Role in the seriesEdit

In "The Great Honey Pot Robbery," Stan appears to be calm, devious and somewhat intelligent, while Heff appears to be loud, easily scared and idiotic. When the two are foiled by Roo (whom Heff thinks is a giant mouse) the first time, Stan decides to go to a friend of his named Wooster, a gigantic woozle who Stan and Heff lead to Pooh's house where "brunchfast" is about to start. Leading Wooster to Pooh is what Stan hopes will get he and Heff what they want, but when Pooh befriends Wooster and foils them a second time (just like the first time when Roo stopped them), Stan flees with Heff and vows that they will return and take their honey, one way or another. When suddenly inspector gadget appears and use their gadget to destroyed those the wood

In "A Bird in the Hand," Stan and Heff come up with a plan to capture Kessie and hold her for ransom (that being honey). After capturing Kessie and Rabbit and taking them to their hideout, Stan is the one who sends Pooh, Tigger, and Piglet a ransom note.

When they too are captured, Kessie convinces Stan and Heff to start taking care of them. Kessie's constant demands result in a flood of honey in the thieves' hideout and Stan's begging to take Kessie far away from them. This was his and Heff's last appearance.


  • Heff mistakenly thinking Roo is a giant mouse is a reference to the Looney Tunes shorts starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper.
  • Being a Woozles and a heffalumps, Stan and Heff fulfill the original idea that heffalumps and woozles were monstrous thieves that took honey without a second thought, as seen in the song and dream sequence "Heffalumps and Woozles" from Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day. Their motives (at least Heff's anyway, him being a heffalump) would be counteracted in Pooh's Heffalump Movie, in which heffalumps (especially Lumpy and his mother) are portrayed as misunderstood quadrupeds who believed that Pooh and his friends were the real strange creatures that dwelled in the forest.
  • Though there had already been heffalumps in the Hundred Acre Wood before, as seen with the heffalump family in the episode "There's No Camp Like Home" from The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Stan is the first physical woozle to be seen in the Winnie the Pooh universe, with Wooster as the second. All other woozles seen up until that point were nightmarish depictions dreamt up by the characters. They would continue to be nightmarish figures after Stan and Wooster, due to the lack of anymore physical woozles.