RJ's adventure of the Jungle Book pt.4Chapter 4: The Bare Necessities of RJ and Baloo(They run through the forest)RJ: Bagheera, where are we going?Bagheera: You're going back to the woodland critters spot right now.RJ: I am not going.Bagheera: Oh, yes you are.RJ: (wraps his arms around a small palm tree) I am staying right here.Bagheera: You're going if I have to drag you every step away (RJ holds at a small tree while Bagheera tries to get him off it and drag away by pulling his tail)(muffled): Let go, you--RJ: You, let go of me!(while the two started struggling, Bagheera lets go of RJ's tail, and falls into water and while getting up, hits his head against a log)Bagheera: Oh, that does it! I've had it, man-cub. From now on, you're on yourown. Alone!RJ: Don't worry about me.(Bagheera leaves and RJ walks aimlessly for a while)Bagheera: (still walking away) Ah. Foolish raccoon.(RJ sits down near some rock with his head low, feeling bored and got nothing to do here, until he hears sounds from nearby bushes. Ba
RJ's adventure of the Jungle Book pt.3Chapter 3: The Morning Patrol(fade to morning and they still sleep, when they hear the grounds starting to shaking rhythmically)Elephants: (march and sing) Hup, two, three, fourKeep it up, two, three, fourHup, two, three, fourKeep it up, two, three, fourHup, two, three, fourRJ: (wakes up) A parade!Bagheera: Oh, no! The Dawn Patrol again.(RJ sneaks the sleeping Bagheera by getting down on the ground for a look closer)Hathi (from The Jungle Book): Company... sound off!Elephants: (sing) Oh, the aim of our patrolElephant #3: Is a question rather drollElephants: For to march and drillOver field and hill(they trumpet)Hathi: Is a military goalall: Is a military goal!With a hup, two, three, fourDress it up, two, three, fourBy the ranks or single fileOver every jungle mileOh we stamp and crushThrough the underbrush(Hathi Jr. trumpets)Hathi Jr.: In the militaly style!Elephants: In the military style(RJ comes to Hathi Jr.)RJ: Hello. What are you doing?Hathi Jr.: Shh.
RJ's adventure of the Jungle Book pt.2Chapter 2: Big Trouble Up Upon the Tree Tops(dissolve to RJ riding on Bagheera's back in the hot summer nights)RJ: Bagheera, I'm getting a little sleepy. Shouldn't we start back home?Bagheera: RJ, this time we're not going back. I'm taking you to a woodland critters spot.RJ: What? why?Bagheera: Because Shere Khan has returned to this part of the jungle and he has sworn to kill you.RJ: Kill me? But why would he wanna do that?Bagheera: He hates raccoon. And Shere Khan is not going to allow you to grow up to become a man - just another thieves with some there sneaking.RJ: Uhh, we'll just explain him that I'd never do a thing like that.Bagheera: Nonsense! No one explains anything to Shere Khan!RJ: Well, maybe so. But I'm not afraid. And besides I--Bagheera: Now that's enough. We'll spend a night here. Things will look better in the morning. Raccoon? Raccoon! Now come on, up this tree. It's safer up there.RJ: Uh, I don't want to go back to the woodland critters spot.Bagheera: G
RJ's adventure of the Jungle Book pt.1Chapter 1: RJ the RaccoonBagheera (from The Jungle Book): Many strange legends and tales are told of these jungles of Suburbia. But none so strange as the story of a very small but very clueless Raccoon named RJ. (scouting and inspecting the jungle) It all began when the silence of the jungle was now broken by an unfamiliar sound.(Bagheera stops and hears baby crying, and he turns to look)Bagheera: (found where the noise was coming from, and he approaches the wreck canoe) It was a sound like one never heard before in this part of the jungle.(Bagheera looks into the basket with baby RJ *who looks like a baby raccoon from Brother Bear 2*)Bagheera: It was a raccoon! Had I known how deeply I was to be involved, I would have obeyed my first impulse and walked away.(Baby RJ stops crying and starts giggling and cooing. Bagheera turns back lies down on the branch and looks at him playfully)Bagheera: This raccoon would have to have nourishment, and soon. It was many days travel to the ne