Winnie the Pooh Meets The Boy Who Could Fly is another upcoming new movie planned to be re-edited by yru17. It is unknown when the film will be shown on YouTube.
15-year-old Milly and her family move into a new suburban home shortly after the death of her father. Milly makes friends with Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Lumpy, Darby, Buster, Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Misty, Togepi, Brock, Simba, Nala, Timon, Pumbaa, SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Sandy, and Mr. Krabs and her new neighbor Geneva, and Milly and her eight-year-old brother Louis have difficulty adjusting to their new schools, while their mother Charlene copes with a demotion at work and her inability to learn how to use a computer. Louis is also plagued by bullies down the street. During the first night at the house Milly is talking to her pet bird when something flies past the window, but when Milly goes to investigate she sees nothing.
Milly, Geneva, and the others observe Eric Gibb, an autistic boy living next door with his alcoholic uncle Hugo. Eric exhibits bizarre behavior related to flying, such as balancing on the roof of his house with his arms spread out like an airplane. Amelia hears that Eric's parents died in a plane crash, and that somehow, in the instant of their death, he knew; and that he did the only thing he could think of to try to save them, which was to become an airplane. Later that night, Pooh, his friends, Milly and her family watch as Eric (along with Milly's teacher Mrs Sherman and three adults appear outside) with Eric in a straight jacket and being restrained by two men, with Mrs Sherman arguing with a woman there about what is best for Eric. Milly later reveals to Geneva that she finds Eric attractive.
Although Eric cannot communicate with anyone, he begins to react to Milly, first by mimicking her movements and facial expressions. Her teacher, Mrs. Sherman, observes this interaction and asks Milly to keep an eye on Eric. Mrs. Sherman explains that, because of uncle Hugo's drinking, Eric is in constant danger of being taken by authorities and placed in a hospital; but that every time Eric was taken away before, he became so anguished that he almost died.
Milly and the others work with Eric over the course of the school year and takes notes on his progress, which is slow at first. Milly notes excitedly the first time Eric smiles on his own rather than merely copying her own smile. Eric does nothing when Milly throws balls to him, except for one day when he spontaneously reaches out and catches a stray baseball flying toward Milly's head. However, strange occurrences, like Eric's apparent ability to appear in his own window one instant, and in Milly's the next, begin to make Milly question reality. In her notes, Milly wonders whether Eric is becoming more like her, or the other way around.
On a school field trip, with no one present except Eric, Milly falls off a bridge while trying to pick a rose. Knocked unconscious, she dreams that she and Eric are flying, and later wakes up in a hospital. With no serious injuries, she is convinced that Eric can fly and that he caught her as she fell.
When the authorities come to Eric's house and discover his uncle is drunk again, they try to remove Eric from his custody. Despite the efforts of Milly and her family and Pooh and the others, they are not allowed to see Eric when they visit the institute. Later that evening, Milly thinks she spots Eric on his roof during a thunderstorm and after climbing into the attic, she finds Eric, who is shivering with cold and still wearing a straightjacket after managing to somehow escape the institute. As Milly helps him, he pulls out a box and from within it, he takes out a ring which he gives to Milly. When the authorities arrive at Eric's house the next day, Milly sneaks Eric out and the police chase them to the roof of the school during a carnival. Eric turns to Milly and speaks her name, the first word he has spoken thus far. Milly asks Eric if he really can fly, and he smiles and nods his head. He holds her hand and the two fall off the building.
Just before hitting the ground, Milly and Eric begin flying in plain view of the crowd, which follows Milly and Eric down the streets of their town. Eric brings Milly to her own window, tells her he loves her and kisses her, and then says goodbye and flies away. Milly is heartbroken, but quickly realizes why Eric had to leave: Over the following weeks, spectators, policemen and scientists mob the town, looking for an explanation and taking all of Eric's belongings away to be analyzed. Milly speculates that Eric too would have been taken by scientists had he remained.
It is revealed that Milly's father knew he had cancer, but kept it a secret from his family because he did not want them to worry. Rather than seek treatment, he said goodbye and committed suicide. His refusal to fight for life left the Michaelsons feeling helpless and hopeless, but Eric's ability to fly shows them that anything is possible if you believe. Unlike Milly's father, Eric's uncle and the remaining Michaelsons refuse to give up: Eric's uncle beats his drinking problem and gets an excellent job; Louis dominates the bullies down the street; Charlene masters the computer at work; and Milly regains interest in her life and relationships with those around her. The movie ends with Milly looking out the window waiting for Eric. As the sun sets, she throws out a paper airplane and the credits roll.
- Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Misty, Brock, Simba, Nala, Timon, Pumbaa, SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles, Sandy Cheeks, and Eugene Krabs guest star in this film
- This is an NTSC film with NTSC bits from the Winnie the Pooh movies, the Pokémon movies, The Lion King movies, and The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.