Jac a'r Goeden Ffa Un Tro


Download Subtitles

SRT

ASS


Jac a'r Goeden Ffa

Mae'r rhaglen hon yn dilyn hynt a helynt Jac a'r Goeden Ffa. In this episode we follow the adventures of Jack and the Beanstalk.


Similar Content

Browse content similar to Jac a'r Goeden Ffa. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!

Transcript


LineFromTo

-888

0:00:000:00:00

-Off we go.

0:00:000:00:02

-Is that heavy?

0:00:050:00:07

-Look.

0:00:150:00:17

-Wow.

0:00:180:00:20

-I like that.

0:00:210:00:23

-Ooh.

0:00:270:00:29

-This story is called...

0:00:400:00:43

-Jac and the Beanstalk.

0:00:430:00:47

-Once upon a time, a long time ago,

-there was a little boy called Jac.

0:00:490:00:55

-Hello, Jac.

0:00:570:00:58

-Jac lived with his mother

-in a little cottage.

0:00:580:01:01

-They were very, very poor.

0:01:020:01:06

-They had no money.

0:01:080:01:10

-They were so sad.

0:01:130:01:15

-Well, Mam felt sad.

0:01:170:01:20

-Jac - well, he was happy

-with his life, as ever.

0:01:200:01:25

-One day, Mam told Jac

-to take his best friend...

0:01:320:01:37

-..Llaethog the cow, to the market,

-to sell her for a bag of money.

0:01:370:01:43

-Why?

0:01:430:01:44

-Llaethog the cow was very old.

0:01:440:01:47

-They couldn't milk her any more.

0:01:480:01:51

-This made Jac feel very sad.

0:01:510:01:55

-Off he went to sell Llaethog

-in the market.

0:01:550:02:00

-On his way to the market...

0:02:010:02:03

-..a girl wearing a colourful dress

-stopped Jac.

0:02:030:02:06

-The girl loved Llaethog the cow.

0:02:070:02:12

-She offered Jac one, two,

-three, four, five beans...

0:02:120:02:18

-..for her.

0:02:190:02:21

-Beans for the cow?

0:02:220:02:24

-Of course, Jac refused.

0:02:240:02:27

-He didn't want to sell Llaethog

-for five beans.

0:02:270:02:32

-The girl told him that these

-weren't ordinary beans.

0:02:320:02:35

-They were magic beans.

0:02:360:02:38

-These beans would bring him

-a lot of luck.

0:02:380:02:41

-Magic beans.

0:02:420:02:45

-Jac thought this

-was an excellent offer.

0:02:450:02:49

-Without further ado...

0:02:490:02:51

-..he accepted the magic beans

-and sold Llaethog to the girl.

0:02:510:02:56

-He rushed home to tell his mother.

0:02:560:03:00

-However, his mother wasn't happy.

0:03:020:03:05

-No indeed.

0:03:050:03:07

-No. When Jac showed her the beans,

-she was furious...

0:03:070:03:13

-..and gave him a row.

0:03:130:03:15

-She threw the beans into the garden.

0:03:160:03:19

-That night, while Jac

-and his mother were fast asleep...

0:03:210:03:26

-..something strange happened.

0:03:260:03:28

-Something very strange.

0:03:280:03:31

-# When Jac and his mother

-were fast asleep

0:03:340:03:37

-# The moon shone in the sky

0:03:380:03:40

-# Something stirred under the stars

0:03:400:03:43

-# Something very strange indeed

0:03:430:03:45

-# The five beans came alive

0:03:460:03:49

-# Five, four, three, two, one

0:03:490:03:52

-# Shoots sprouted from the ground

0:03:530:03:55

-# Can you imagine the scene?

0:03:550:03:58

-# Up and up grew the tree

0:03:590:04:01

-# Further and further into the sky

0:04:010:04:04

-# It grew up through the clouds

0:04:040:04:06

-# It grew and grew and grew

0:04:070:04:10

-# It truly was a magical tree

0:04:100:04:14

-# A beanstalk, so tall and strong #

0:04:140:04:17

-Yes, it truly was a magical tree,

-a beanstalk, so tall and strong.

0:04:170:04:24

-Wow.

0:04:250:04:27

-Imagine the shock on Jac's face

-when he woke up the next morning.

0:04:270:04:31

-He looked up and up and up.

0:04:310:04:34

-He wondered what he would find

-on top of the tree.

0:04:340:04:38

-Can you imagine what Jac did next?

0:04:380:04:41

-He climbed the beanstalk.

0:04:420:04:44

-Yes. Jac decided

-to climb the beanstalk.

0:04:440:04:48

-All the way to the top.

0:04:480:04:50

-Wow. Careful, Jac.

0:04:500:04:54

-Phew. Jac reached

-the top of the beanstalk.

0:04:540:04:59

-He popped his head

-through the clouds...

0:04:590:05:02

-..and what a sight he saw.

0:05:020:05:06

-Everything was huge.

0:05:060:05:09

-It made Jac feel really small.

0:05:090:05:12

-There, standing taller

-than everything else...

0:05:130:05:17

-..Jac saw a huge castle.

0:05:170:05:19

-Off Jac went towards the castle.

0:05:190:05:23

-He wanted to know

-who lived in the castle.

0:05:230:05:27

-He walked into the castle

-on the tips of his toes.

0:05:270:05:31

-Into the kitchen he went.

0:05:330:05:35

-He climbed onto the table.

0:05:350:05:37

-Wow. It was like

-the National Eisteddfod stage.

0:05:390:05:43

-On the stage was a sack of gold.

0:05:430:05:47

-Jac had never seen such a thing.

0:05:500:05:52

-He danced on the spot contentedly.

0:05:520:05:56

-Well done, Jac.

0:05:570:05:58

-Suddenly, Jac heard a loud noise.

0:05:590:06:03

-It was the sound of giant footsteps.

0:06:030:06:06

-The castle began to shake.

0:06:060:06:10

-Hide. Quickly.

0:06:120:06:15

-Jac peered from behind the cup.

0:06:170:06:20

-He saw a pair of giant feet...

0:06:200:06:23

-..long legs, a big fat belly...

0:06:230:06:28

-..and a giant's face.

0:06:280:06:31

-Oh, no.

0:06:310:06:33

-Then he heard the giant's

-booming voice shouting...

0:06:330:06:38

-Fee-fi-fo-fum,

-I can smell something smelly.

0:06:380:06:44

-Is it a little boy to fill my belly?

0:06:440:06:49

-Jac was as quiet as a mouse.

0:06:500:06:53

-The giant looked

-inside the fireplace.

0:06:530:06:57

-The giant looked

-behind the curtains.

0:06:570:07:01

-The giant looked under the table

-but he couldn't find Jac.

0:07:010:07:06

-How strange.

-I'm sure I can smell a little boy.

0:07:060:07:11

-Oh, well.

0:07:120:07:13

-The giant sat on his chair

-and fell asleep.

0:07:140:07:18

-Jac crept towards the giant

-silently and slowly.

0:07:210:07:24

-He made sure the giant was asleep.

0:07:250:07:27

-Yes, the giant was fast asleep.

0:07:320:07:35

-Jac climbed down from the table

-and caught the sack of gold.

0:07:350:07:40

-Phew. Jac ran back to the beanstalk

-as fast as he could.

0:07:440:07:48

-Go, Jac.

0:07:500:07:51

-Quickly.

0:07:520:07:54

-Oh, no, the giant's woken up.

0:07:540:07:58

-He climbed down the beanstalk. He

-could hear the giant following him.

0:08:000:08:05

-He called on his mother

-to chop the beanstalk.

0:08:050:08:09

-Oh, dear.

0:08:130:08:15

-The beanstalk's toppled over.

0:08:240:08:27

-Yes. Jac and his mother

-lived happily ever after.

0:08:270:08:33

-The End.

0:08:330:08:34

-# Hooray, hooray

0:08:350:08:37

-# Jac is our hero

0:08:370:08:38

-# He conquered the giant

0:08:390:08:42

-# His mother was happy,

-she couldn't believe it

0:08:420:08:46

-# They were both rich now

0:08:460:08:49

-# Hooray, hooray

0:08:570:08:58

-# Jac is our hero

0:08:590:09:00

-# He climbed to the top

-of the beanstalk

0:09:000:09:04

-# That's the end of our story,

-everyone liked it

0:09:040:09:08

-# It's time to say goodbye to you

0:09:080:09:11

-# It's time to say goodbye to you

0:09:120:09:15

-# It's time to say goodbye to you

0:09:150:09:21

-# Yeah #

0:09:210:09:22

-.

0:09:220:09:22

Mae'r rhaglen hon yn dilyn hynt a helynt Jac a'r Goeden Ffa. In this episode we follow the adventures of Jack and the Beanstalk.