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Winnie the Pooh Meets Belle is an upcoming Winnie the Pooh/Non-Disney crossover to be made by Daniel Esposito and 76859Thomas. It will appear on Pandora.tv in the near future.

Plot

Suzu Naito is a seventeen-year-old high school student who lives in the rural Kōchi Prefecture of Japan. When she was young, she was close with her mother, who supported her love for singing and writing songs. However, one day, Suzu witnessed her mother rescuing a child from a flooding river at the cost of her own life. The traumatic experience caused Suzu to resent her mother for "abandoning" her for a stranger's child and she became unable to sing. The event has led to her growing distant from her father, despite his attempts to reach out, though she remains close with a group of older choir teachers, who were her mother's friends. She is alienated from most of her classmates, with the exception of her childhood friend and self-appointed protector Shinobu Hisatake, on whom she has a crush; popular girl Ruka Watanabe; her sportsman classmate Shinjiro Chikami, nicknamed Kamishin; and her genius best friend Hiroka Betsuyaku.

On Hiro's suggestion, Suzu signs into the popular virtual metaverse known as "U" and creates a beautiful avatar with freckles she names "Bell", the English translation of her own name. Upon logging into U, Suzu finds herself capable of singing again. Bell's appearance is at first criticized due to her freckles, but after making several appearances while singing and with the assistance of Hiro, who has appointed herself as Bell's manager and producer, Bell soon becomes a big hit. Following her popularity, people start to refer to her as "Belle", which means "beautiful" in French.

During one of Belle's concerts, an infamously strong and near-unbeatable user simply called "The Dragon" (or "The Beast") makes a violent appearance and ruins the concert. This prompts a vigilante group led by the self-righteous Justin to begin hunting the Dragon, accusing him of disturbing the peace of U. Using a specialized program, Justin plans to unveil the Dragon's identity to the public. Suzu feels intrigued by the Dragon and begins to gather information about him. She discovers that he is popular amongst children, who consider him to be their hero, particularly a shy boy named Tomo who was in the news with his brother and father, following his mother's death. Belle searches U for the Dragon while evading Justin. She is led to the Dragon's hidden castle by a mysterious angel avatar and finally meets the Dragon and his five guardian AIs. Despite their rocky start, Belle and the Dragon grow close. Meanwhile, in the real world, Ruka confides to Suzu that she has someone she likes. Since both Ruka and Shinobu are the most popular students at school, Suzu mistakenly believes that Shinobu is the one Ruka likes until Ruka later clarifies that the one she likes is Kamishin. With Suzu's help, Ruka and Kamishin are able to admit their feelings for each other.

Back in U, Justin captures and interrogates Belle, aware that she is close with the Dragon, and threatens to unveil her identity to the whole world if she refuses to cooperate. The Dragon's AIs rescue Belle at the last second. However, their intervention allows Justin and his group to locate the Dragon's castle and destroy it, though the Dragon escapes. Belle manages to find him and tries to help him, but he flees before she can do anything. Suzu and Hiro immediately work to find out the Dragon's real identity before Justin can warn him. They find a live video feed of Tomo singing a song only Belle and the Dragon know, and realize that Tomo is the angel avatar and that his older brother Kei is the Dragon. The feed reveals that Kei and Tomo are being abused by their father. Kei's anger and steadfastness in protecting Tomo is what gives The Dragon his unbeatable strength and rage in U. Suzu contacts Kei to help, but Kei does not believe that she is Belle. Shinobu, Ruka, Kamishin, and the choir teachers reveal their knowledge of Belle's true identity and urge Suzu to sing as herself in order to gain Kei's trust. Suzu unveils herself to the whole world in U and begins to sing, gaining support from everyone listening. Seeing this, Kei decides to trust her and tries to contact her again. Unfortunately, Kei's father sees the recorded video of his abuse posted online and immediately cuts off the internet connection before Kei can tell Suzu their address.

Using local news music from the TV and buildings visible from the windows in the recording of the room, Ruka and Kamishin deduce that Kei's hometown is Kawasaki, Kanagawa, near Tokyo. Since the authorities cannot intervene on abuse charges until 48 hours have passed, Suzu quickly rushes to the city alone to find Kei. Suzu locates Kei and Tomo and protects them from their father. Once the situation is settled, Suzu and Kei thank each other for giving one another courage. The next day, Suzu returns home; her father welcomes her at the station, and she warmly tells him she's back. Shinobu praises Suzu for her bravery and decides she no longer needs his protection. Finally understanding her mother's selfless actions, Suzu comes to terms with her mother's death and is ready to sing with her friends.

Cast

  • Jim Cummings as Winnie the Pooh and Tigger
  • Travis Oates as Piglet
  • Tom Kenny as Rabbit
  • Brad Garrett as Eeyore
  • Sarah Natochenny as Ash Ketchum
  • Ikue Otani as Pikachu
  • Michele Knotz as Misty
  • Satomi Korogi as Togepi
  • Bill Rogers as Brock
  • Rob Lowe as Simba
  • Gabrielle Union as Nala
  • Kevin Schon as Timon
  • Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa
  • Haley Joel Osment as Sora
  • David Gallagher as Riku
  • Alyson Stoner as Kairi
  • Bret Iwan as Mickey Mouse
  • Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck
  • Bill Farmer as Goofy and Pluto
  • Joshua Seth as Taichi "Tai" Kamiya
  • Tom Fahn as Agumon
  • Michael Reisz as Yamato "Matt" Ishida
  • Kirk Thornton as Gabumon
  • Colleen O'Shaughnessey as Sora Takenouchi
  • Tifanie Christun as Biyomon
  • Mona Marshall as Koushiro "Izzy" Izumi
  • Jeff Nimoy as Tentomon
  • Philece Sampler as Mimi Tachikawa
  • Anna Garduno as Palmon
  • Michael Lindsay as Joe Kido
  • Robert Martin Klein as Gomamon
  • Wendee Lee as Takeru "T.K." Takaishi and Nakai
  • Laura Summer as Patamon
  • Lara Jill Miller as Hikari "Kari" Kamiya
  • Edie Mirman as Gatomon
  • Tara Strong as Princess Twilight Sparkle
  • Cathy Weseluck as Spike the Dragon
  • Ashleigh Ball as Applejack and Rainbow Dash
  • Tabitha St. Germain as Rarity
  • Andrea Libman as Fluttershy and Pinkie Pie
  • Kelly Sheridan as Starlight Glimmer
  • Michelle Creber as Apple Bloom
  • Claire Corlett as Sweetie Belle
  • Madeleine Peters as Scootaloo
  • Jim Meskimen as Genie
  • Chris Sanders as Stitch
  • Kylie McNeill as Suzu Naito/Belle
  • Manny Jacinto as Shinobu Hisatake
  • Jessica DiCicco as Hiroka "Hiro" Betsuyaku
  • Brandon Engman as Shinjiro "Kamishin" Chikami
  • Hunter Schafer as Ruka Watanabe
  • Barbara Goodson as Yoshitani
  • Jessica Gee George as Kita
  • Ellyn Stern as Okumoto
  • Martha Harms as Hatanaka
  • Paul Castro Jr. as Kei/Beast
  • Chace Crawford as Justin
  • Ben Lepley as Suzu's Father
  • Kiff VandenHeuvel as Kei and Tomo's Father
  • David Chen as Gogo Doggo
  • Frank Todaro as Reggsination
  • Julie Nathanson as Suzu's Mother
  • Cristina Vee as Peggie Sue
  • Bentley Griffin as Tomo/Angel
  • Andrew Kishino as Jelinek
  • Noelle McGrath as Swan
  • Aaron B. Phillips as Fox

Transcript

  • Winnie the Pooh Meets Belle/Transcript

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