The Story of Alfie and Charlie's Canoe 64 Zoo Lane


The Story of Alfie and Charlie's Canoe

Cartoon about Lucy, who is told stories by the animals in the zoo next door. Alfie and Charlie the chipmunks explore the river.


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Hello! I'm Lucy.

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I live at 64 Zoo Lane, 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 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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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane

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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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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane

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# Some are spotty, some are stripy

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# Or prickly and woolly And furry and slimy

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# Some are quite big And some are very small

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# And the last one's Georgina

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# 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!

-OK, Mum.

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Whee!

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Hi, everyone!

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Hello, Lucy. How are you?

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I'm fine. I've just been on an amazing school trip.

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Cool! Where did you go?

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Um, I don't really know. The driver of the bus got lost.

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Oh, no!

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But it was great fun.

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It was?

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Yes, we got stuck in a traffic jam,

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so we had a competition counting red cars and blue cars.

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I counted 64 red ones.

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Well done.

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# 64, 64, 64 red ones! #

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LAUGHTER

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This reminds me of that time

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when Alfie and Charlie went canoeing down the river.

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Oh, Boris, tell us the story!

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Well, it all started one morning in autumn when Alfie

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and Charlie were relaxing on their boulder overlooking the river.

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Smashing day, Charlie.

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Aye, Alfie, a great day to go exploring.

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See that river bend? I've never been round there before.

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No, me neither. So why don't we go there?

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Aye!

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Erm, but how?

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Ahem, ahem, ahem!

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Sorry, boys,

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but I couldn't help overhearing about your little problem.

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I could teach you to canoe. That's the best way to see the river.

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CHIPMUNKS: Whoa! Magic, man!

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But first we've got to get ourselves a canoe.

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Luckily, Randolph knew just the person for the job.

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Sure, I can cut down a tree for you, Randolph.

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Now, which one would you like?

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This one?

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Uh-uh.

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-How about that one?

-No, no, no, no.

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That's the one. Just perfect.

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But why so small?

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Erm, it ain't for me. It's for the chipmunks here.

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OK, then.

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SAWING

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Timber!

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Eeek!

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Those boys have got a lot to learn.

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Stand back now, boys.

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In no time at all, the canoe was ready.

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I need to go and check on a few of my dams, but have a good trip!

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CHIPMUNKS: We will!

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Oooh! Aaah!

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Hey, man, this is a smashing little canoe.

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Oh, aye, it's champion.

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Keeping safe on the river is real important.

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Put these pine cone vests on in case you fall in the water.

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Hey, Randolph, will we be able to go all the way to the sea?

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Ha-ha-ha. I don't reckon so, boys.

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Not unless you want to go over Big Drop Falls.

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Oh, what's that?

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It's an enormous waterfall. We'll need to watch out for it.

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We?

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Oh, yeah. You boys are way too little

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to be out on that river alone. I'm coming with you.

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Oh, that's great, Randolph, ta.

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We need some paddles first. You can't go canoeing without paddles.

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Here you go, boys.

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No! Come back! Come back!

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Come back!

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-Randolph?

-Erm...erm...erm...

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-What happened? Where are the boys?

-They're out there, Beverley.

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There was some kind of accident and they drifted away.

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We have to rescue them.

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They're way too little to be out on such a big river all alone.

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And with no paddle.

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I'm going to make us a rescue canoe.

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No time for that. This log will do.

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Don't look so worried, Bev.

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What I don't know about rivers ain't worth knowing! Whoaaaa!

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You forgot your paddle!

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Oooh... Aaaah...

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Poor Randolph was now stuck on the river without a paddle.

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Beverley knew she had to act quickly.

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My, this river is flowing pretty quick today.

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Those poor chipmunks must be scared out of their wits.

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Isn't this just champion? I love the scenery along here.

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-# Hippedy-hippedy-hippedy-hop! #

-Look! It's Barbara.

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-BOTH: Hello, Barbara.

-# Hippedy-hippedy-hippedy-hop. #

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-It's amazing how fast you can travel without paddles.

-Aye.

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I wonder where that waterfall is Randolph was talking about.

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Oh, still miles away, I reckon.

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'Meanwhile...'

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Oooh! Aaah!

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Whoa!

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Steady there, Randolph.

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Hold on tight, everybody.

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Rescue on the way.

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Hey, wouldn't it be fun to go over the edge of that waterfall.

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Aye, but what if we get wet?

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Oh, you're right.

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-Time to go back on dry land, Charlie. Ready?

-Ready.

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CHIPMUNKS: Hah! SQUAWKING

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Hey, here comes Randolph.

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CHIPMUNKS: Hi-ho!

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Oooh... Aagh.

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Now boys, I ain't floating here. You have to help me.

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But Alfie and Charlie couldn't hear Randolph.

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Ha, he must have fancied a swim.

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Whoa!

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Boys, have you seen Randolph?

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-Aye!

-He went that way!

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Do you think he's decided to visit the sea after all?

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Aye, he's managed to get past the big waterfall with no bother at all.

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But this isn't the big waterfall.

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This is Teeny-Weeny Falls.

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Big Drop Falls is round that bend in the river.

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We need to rescue Randolph quickly.

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But how will we catch up with him in time?

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TWEETING

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Then Alfie had an idea.

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SAWING

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Beverley and the chipmunks had built a hang-glider.

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Oh!

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Brrr!

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Randolph was getting closer and closer to Big Drop Falls.

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No... Oh, no...

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ALL: Randolph!

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Get ready to grab on!

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Arghhh!

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Hooray!

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Thanks, guys. Hey, look.

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See all that silver sparkling in the distance?

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CHIPMUNKS: Aye!

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That's the sea!

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-Wow!

-Fantastic!

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-Hey, we have to do this again sometime!

-Aye!

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RANDOLPH AND BEVERLEY: Oh!

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Oh, thanks, Boris.

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That was a great story. And a great journey.

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You're welcome.

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There's a very short journey you need to make now, Lucy!

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Yawn! I think I know. Bed!

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Goodnight, everyone.

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ALL: Goodnight, Lucy.

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane. #

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane. #

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Cartoon series about Lucy, who lives next door to a zoo and every night is told a story by the animals. Alfie and Charlie the chipmunks have always dreamed of exploring the river. They are excited when Randolph the raccoon agrees to take them on a canoeing trip. But in their haste to set off, they forget vital equipment. Can they reach dry land before they reach Big Drop Falls?


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