|Cutie Mark Crusaders|
The Cutie Mark Crusaders in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games
|Occupation||Students at Canterlot High School|
|Eyes|| Brilliant tangelo (Apple Bloom|
Brilliant sap green (Sweetie Belle)
Moderate purple (Scootaloo)
|Hair|| Brilliant crimson (Apple Bloom|
Pale, light grayish rose and grayish mulberry (Sweetie Belle)
Moderate cerise (Scootaloo)
|Skin|| Pale, light grayish apple green (Apple Bloom|
Light gray (Sweetie Belle)
Light gamboge (Scootaloo)
|Relatives||To Apple Bloom:|
Applejack (older sister)
Big McIntosh (older brother)
Granny Smith (grandmother)
To Sweetie Belle:
Rarity (older sister)
| Cutie mark|
Michelle Creber (English)
Susa Saukko (Finnish)
Nancy Philippot (European French)
Anja Rybiczka (German)
Kitty Kántor (Hungarian)
Lorella de Luca (Italian)
Ikue Ōtani (Japanese)
Kim Chae-ha (Korean)
Joanna Pach-Żbikowska (Polish, Equestria Girls and Summertime Shorts)
Weronika Łukaszewska (Polish, Rainbow Rocks and Choose Your Own Ending)
Isabella Guarnieri (Brazilian Portuguese)
Sandra de Castro (European Portuguese)
Carmen Lopăzan (Romanian, Equestria Girls)
Silvia Gasca (Romanian, Rainbow Rocks)
Olga Shorokhova (Russian, Equestria Girls and Rainbow Rocks)
Anastasia Lapina (Russian, Summertime Shorts)
Tatyana Shitova (Russian, Choose Your Own Ending)
Jelena Jovičić (Serbian, Minimax)
Milica Čalija (Serbian, Mini)
Ana Orra (European Spanish)
Susana Moreno (Latin American Spanish, from S1E9 onward)
Claire Corlett (English)
Jannemien Cnossen (Dutch)
Susa Saukko (Finnish)
Cathy Boquet (European French)
Giovanna Winterfeldt (German)
Zsofia Manya (Hungarian)
Sabrina Bonfitto (Italian)
Taeko Kawata (Japanese)
Yang Jeong-hwa (Korean)
Justyna Bojczuk (Polish)
Luciana Baroli (Brazilian Portuguese)
Raluca Botez (Romanian)
Olga Golovanova (Russian, Equestria Girls)
Alena Sozinova (Russian, Summertime Shorts)
Olga Shorokhova (Russian, Choose Your Own Ending)
Snežana Nešković (Serbian)
Christine Byrd (Latin American Spanish)
Anneli Heed (Swedish, from S1E18 onward)
Anastasia Zinovenko (Ukrainian)
Madeleine Peters (English)
Beata Jankowska-Tzimas (Polish)
Yelena Chebaturkina (Russian, Equestria Girls)
Tatyana Shitova (Russian, Summertime Shorts)
Alena Sozinova (Russian, Choose Your Own Ending)
Depiction in Equestria Girls
In My Little Pony Equestria Girls, the Cutie Mark Crusaders appear as students of Canterlot High School. Among the three, only Scootaloo has no speaking roles. They first appear passing by Twilight Sparkle and Spike in the school hallway; Scootaloo in particular nearly crashes into Twilight with her scooter.Later, in the school library, the Crusaders dance to a music video they uploaded to the internet, but Miss Cheerilee scolds them for using a school computer for non-research purposes and confiscates their speaker. Apple Bloom suggests that it's for the best and points out the video's comments, one of which calls the video the "funniest thing I've ever seen". The Crusaders take this to mean they should try comedy and run off.
The Crusaders also appear in the school cafeteria during the Equestria Girls song. Near the end of the film, they attend the Fall Formal dance and fall under Sunset Shimmer's hypnotic trance. When the dance continues after Sunset's defeat, Rainbow Dash picks up Scootaloo and flies her around the gymnasium.
In My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, the Crusaders participate as a competing musical act in the CHS Musical Showcase. At the beginning of the film, when Sunset Shimmer offers to help them with their banner, they nervously decline. In the cafeteria, the Crusaders fall under the Dazzlings' spell and face off heatedly against their fellow students.In the Battle of the Bands, the Crusaders wear costumes similar to the ones their pony counterparts wear in The Show Stoppers. They triumph over Derpy's band, but they are eliminated by Flash Sentry's band. At the end of the film, they walk with Sunset Shimmer in the hallway during Shine Like Rainbows.
Apple Bloom is the only Crusader with a speaking role in the film. Claire Corlett is credited in the film's end credits as Sweetie Belle, but she does not have any lines of dialogue.
In Music to My Ears, the Cutie Mark Crusaders pass by DJ Pon-3 on the street while she listens to dubstep on her headphones. In Shake Your Tail, Apple Bloom briefly appears among a crowd of Canterlot High students during the Rainbooms' performance. While sitting on Big McIntosh's shoulders, she hits a beach ball into the air. In Perfect Day for Fun, the Crusaders dance during the Rainbooms' concert and gather together for a group photo with Vice Principal Luna, Big McIntosh, Miss Cheerilee, Spike, Trixie Lulamoon, Granny Smith, DJ Pon-3, and Flash Sentry. In the encore short My Past is Not Today, the Crusaders briefly appear alongside other Canterlot High School students, rejecting the reformed Sunset Shimmer during the second verse.CHS Rally Song, and at Crystal Prep Academy's welcoming party. The Crusaders cheer on the Canterlot Wondercolts during the Friendship Games, and they appear in a photograph during the end credits.
In the half-hour special Mirror Magic, Apple Bloom, Sweetie Belle, and Scootaloo briefly appear watching Starlight Glimmer walk on all fours outside Canterlot High School.
In A Photo Booth Story, the Crusaders have their photo taken by Photo Finish, but it does not meet her high expectations. In Raise This Roof, Apple Bloom and Scootaloo compete in a dance-off with Applejack and Rainbow Dash respectively at the Fall Formal. In The Art of Friendship, Apple Bloom appears drawing in art class.
The Crusaders get their first starring role in The Canterlot Movie Club, in which they help Pinkie attempt to locate her missing Gummy doll. Notably, Scootaloo makes her first speaking appearance. In Good Vibes, the Crusaders carry a canoe out of Rainbow Dash's sporting goods store at the Canterlot Mall.
In School of Rock, the Crusaders attend Maud Pie's lecture at the Canterlot History Museum. They also briefly appear in the cafeteria in Queen of Clubs, and Sweetie Belle runs past Sunset Shimmer as the latter reads the former's thoughts in Overpowered. In Best in Show: The Pre-Show, Apple Bloom has Winona enter the Canterlot High pet show, as a surprise for Applejack. Sweetie Belle then briefly appears walking past Fluttershy when the pre-show festivities finish. In Best in Show: The Victory Lap, Apple Bloom and Winona are seen at the end of the show.
In the Twilight Sparkle ending of the Choose Your Own Ending short Best Trends Forever, the Crusaders briefly appear wearing glasses. Throughout the shorts involving the school play, they appear playing minor roles as coal miners. In Happily Ever After Party, they attempt to retrieve the school projector for the cast party from Mr. Cranky Doodle with the help of either Applejack, Rarity, or Rainbow Dash, depending on the viewer's choice.
Apple Bloom appears briefly making homemade applesauce with Applejack and Big Mac in Granny Smith's garage. Sweetie Belle and Scootaloo appear as patrons of Equestria Land. Later, Apple Bloom joins them in the crowd for the light parade.
Depiction in comics
In the My Little Pony Annual 2013, Sweetie Belle appears on pages 42-43, and Apple Bloom appears on page 45.
In the My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Holiday Special, the Crusaders create the online profile "Anon-a-Miss", posting other students' embarrassing secrets and framing Sunset Shimmer out of jealousy. They eventually come clean and take down the profile, and Sunset and her friends forgive them, but they receive six months of detention from Principal Celestia.
In the My Little Pony Equestria Girls screenplay adaptation Through the Mirror, the Cutie Mark Crusaders have additional dialogue when Twilight Sparkle's friends are distributing pony ears and tails to students. In the second film's adaptation Rainbow Rocks: The Mane Event, Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle have additional dialogue after Principal Celestia announces the Rainbooms are moving on to the finals.
The Cutie Mark Crusaders are featured as background characters in Hasbro's Equestria Girls online game V.I.F.
They may only be underclassmen, but Sweetie Bell[sic], Scootaloo and Apple Bloom sure know how to have a good time. Whether they're nearly running down Twilight & Spike in the halls, losing battle of the bands, or cheering on the Canterlot Wondercolts, they stick together through thick and thin.
MerchandiseEquestria Girls dolls of Apple Bloom, Sweetie Belle, and Scootaloo were released together in a 3-pack as part of the Target-exclusive Wild Rainbow line and are listed on Hasbro's website. The dolls' packaging names the three "The Cutie Mark Crusaders" with a trademark symbol.
- Sweetie Belle: We're just seeing how many hits our new music video has gotten.
- Apple Bloom: It's just as well, y'all. Some of the comments about our song were really awful. "Epic fail"... "Funniest thing I've ever seen"?!
- Sweetie Belle: Funniest thing they've ever seen, huh?
- Apple Bloom: Uh, no thanks. We're good.
- Apple Bloom: No! The Crusaders are gonna win!
- Apple Bloom: Boring!
- Apple Bloom: Have a good night... Piggly Wiggly.
- Sweetie Belle: Aw, c'mon! I can be cool!
- Scootaloo: Anon-a-Miss got out of hand. People started sending her other secrets, new pictures... We posted everything.
- Sweetie Belle: We're so sorry! We had no idea what would happen to you!
- Sweetie Belle: Thanks for inviting me and Apple Bloom and Scootaloo along, even after... what we did.
- Scootaloo: What are these?
- Apple Bloom: My sister used to wear 'em back when she was our age—they rock! And, look, your sister's wearin' 'em, too, Sweetie Belle!
- Sweetie Belle: Go, Twilight Sparkle!
- Sweetie Belle: Thanks a lot, Rarity! Now my friends and I will never be the rock stars we were obviously meant to be! All because of you.
- Apple Bloom: Worst. Sister. Ever.
- Sweetie Belle: Hello.
- Apple Bloom: Howdy.
- Scootaloo: Hi there!
Twilight's Sparkly Sleepover Surprise
- Scootaloo: Hey, Sunset Shimmer!
- ↑ Hasbro. Equestria Girls Characters. Retrieved on 2017 August 1.
- ↑ My Little Pony Equestria Girls Sweetie Belle, Scootaloo, and Apple Bloom Dolls 3-Pack. Hasbro.com. Retrieved on 2016 March 7.