The Story of Reginald's New Look 64 Zoo Lane


The Story of Reginald's New Look

Cartoon about Lucy, who is told stories by the zoo's animals. Nathalie the antelope decides to give Reginald the lion a makeover.


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Hello, I'm Lucy. I live at 64 Zoo Lane.

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And I have some very special neighbours, look.

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# There's one with a hump And one who can jump

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# And one who is, well, A little bit plump

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane

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# Some like it hot And some like it chilly

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# And some like it both ways And that's a bit silly

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# Some are friendly, some are scary

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# But one thing is sure Not one is ordinary

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# Some are spotty, some are stripy, They're prickly and woolly and furry

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# And slimy, some are quite big And some are very small

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# And the last one's Georgina Who's incredibly tall

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane. #

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Bedtime, Lucy. >

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OK, Mum.

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Wheee!

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-ALL: Hello, Lucy.

-Hello, everyone.

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Well, what do you think?

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What do we think about what?

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I thought someone would notice.

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-I noticed, Lucy.

-Me, too.

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It's your hair, Lucy. You've had a haircut.

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It's not my hair, Boris,

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it's my nails. Look.

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-Well, I never.

-And very pretty they look, too.

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Most unusual.

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But why exactly would you want to change the way you look, Lucy?

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Ah, Nelson. You only have to remember the story of Reginald's New Look.

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Reginald painted his toenails, too?

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Not exactly. I'll tell you.

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It all started one morning

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when Reginald the lion was out on his morning stroll.

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-Morning, Audrey.

-Hello.

-Lovely day.

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-Mm-hm. Hello, Reginald.

-How are the young ones?

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They're just fine, thank you. Did you have a bad night's sleep?

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Me? No. Why do you ask?

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Oh, nothing.

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Just, your whiskers are looking a bit crumpled.

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-Really?

-Crumpled is fine.

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Crumpled whiskers?

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Crumpled whiskers?!

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HE GASPS

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Great gazelles! They do look a bit crumpled.

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Oh, oh, ow! Ha-ha!

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Morning, Reginald. Lovely day for bashing a boulder, isn't it?

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Erm, quite. Ronald, how do you think my whiskers are looking?

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They're smashing.

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HE LAUGHS

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All lovely and crumply.

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Oh! Another boulder.

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Oh...

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-Oh!

-Hi, Reginald.

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I was just preening my whiskers.

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-I can help you with that.

-Ouch!

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Bit crumply, aren't they? Just a sec.

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Whisker straighteners. Just the job.

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-There, now. These whiskers are going to look fabulous.

-Oh!

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Oh! That's marvellous. Thank you, Natalie.

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I've not finished with you yet.

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I think it's time you had a new look.

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-What's the matter with my old one?

-Nothing at all, no.

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Only, I've always thought you looked a bit...

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A bit what?

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-Old-fashioned.

-Oh...

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But don't you worry. I'm going to give you a whole new groovy look.

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Follow me.

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Now, first thing you'll need is fur conditioner.

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Boulder dust is really good. Try some.

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HE GRUMBLES

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Are you sure about this?

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Take a look for yourself.

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Ho-ho-ho!

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Now, we need to do something about this scruffy old mane of yours.

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-Scruffy?!

-You need some werra-werra gel.

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Going anywhere nice for your holidays?

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After Natalie had rubbed in the werra-werra gel,

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she made Reginald climb up to Boulder Point,

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which was the windiest spot she knew.

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A few seconds more and you're done.

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-Thanks, Natalie.

-Oh, you're very welcome.

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Sorry, but I can't stay to chat, I'm already late for my ballet lesson.

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# Dum-da-dum-da. #

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The giant boulder on Boulder Point had been

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held in place by twigs for as long as anyone could remember.

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They were the only thing that stopped it rolling over the edge

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and crushing everything in its path.

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It really is very windy up here today.

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If this boulder rolls away, it will be a disaster.

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I better warn the others to get to safety.

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Raaar!

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Yes, it really is the loveliest clutch of eggs.

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And, of course, they each have quite different personalities.

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Sorry, Audrey, it's very difficult to hear

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with all this roaring going on.

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Raaar! >

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-Is that Reginald?

-I don't think so.

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Not with whiskers that sleek.

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Yeah, and a fluffy coat and such a groovy mane.

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Probably some young lion practising his roar.

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Raaar! >

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It's no good. Oh, oh, oh!

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It seemed there was nothing more Reginald could do.

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I'll have to stop the boulder myself.

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ROARING CONTINUES

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THEY LAUGH

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What's this silly young fellow doing now?

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He's having a bit of fun balancing on that rock.

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Whoa!

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Whoa! Oooh! Aaah!

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-Oh, look, a big boulder.

-Watch out!

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I think he wants us to watch him.

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Whoa! Oh, no! The eggs!

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Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

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-Move back!

-Move?

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Why should we move?

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Whoa!

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Whoa, whoa! Oh, no!

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'Reginald was getting tired of trying to control the runaway boulder.'

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-I know that lion.

-It's...

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ALL: Reginald!

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The eggs! Watch out for the eggs!

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Ronald, follow that boulder.

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-We can do it.

-Oh, yes, whoa!

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Come on, Ronald.

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Take that, you bad boulder.

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Oh, no!

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Well done, Reginald.

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You've saved the eggs!

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Sadly not.

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-Look, they're broken.

-My babies!

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The eggs aren't broken, Reginald. They're just hatching out!

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CHICKS CHEEP

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Reginald, you are a real hero.

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Oh...

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Oh, Reginald, what have you been doing?

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Well, I...

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What happened to your new look?

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That lovely, spiky mane, your fluffy fur?

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Just look at those whiskers! Oh.

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Never mind about that, Natalie.

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We all love Reginald the way he is. Yes?

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ALL: Just the way he is!

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Yeah. Oh.

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CHICKS CHEEP

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Thanks for my story, Georgina.

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I think I like you all just the way you are.

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I'm glad to hear it.

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We like our Lucy, too.

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Especially with that smile of yours.

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Now, I think it's time you took those pink toenails of yours off to bed.

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-SHE YAWNS

-OK.

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Good night, everyone.

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ALL: Good night, Lucy.

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane... #

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Nathalie the antelope decides to give Reginald the lion a makeover to refresh his look. But she restyles him to such an extent that none of the other animals recognise him when he tries to alert them of an imminent danger. Will Reginald be able to lead his friends to safety in time?


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