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# Every day you walk down the street Everybody that you meet
# Has an original point of view
-# And I say, hey!
# What a wonderful kind of day We can learn to work and play
# And get along with each other
# You gotta listen to your heart Listen to the beat
# Listen to the rhythm of the street
# Get together, make things better By working together
# It's a simple message And it comes from the heart
# Believe in yourself For that's the place to start
-# And I say, hey!
-What a wonderful kind of day
# We can learn to work and play And get along with each other
# What a wonderful kind of day, hey! What a wonderful kind of day, HEY! #
-This map doesn't show a river.
Trying to throw us off the trail!
-Well, there's no getting around it - we must cross, eh, Waggy?
-I'm reading Zutzut And The Temple Of The Condor.
You need to sleep. Tomorrow you're climbing a mountain like Zutzut.
You're right - tomorrow will be MY adventure,
Fernfern And The Secret Of Moose Mountain.
Welcome to Moose Mountain. My name's Ranger Jackie.
I'd be happy to answer your questions.
Any chance of seeing a pie-billed grebe?
A bird watcher! Here's a pamphlet of all the species you might see.
What about rocks, like yellow quartz or crystal?
A geologist! Here's something on Moose Mountain's rock formations.
-What about shopping?
-We have a great gift shop here!
-Check out these hats!
-It's time to expand your retail horizons.
You should carry one of these - it's a global positioning system.
I got it at the Sherpa Image.
Our position is 39 steps, 40 degrees N by NW from our van. Whatever!
Now I'll ask it to give me the location of the nearest mall.
27 miles away! We've fallen off the face of the earth!
What can you tell me about the dark side of the mountain?
-You know, a little history,
like an abandoned goldmine haunted by those who died there
driven mad by their greedy obsessions!
Or a ravine with the remains of a wagon that plunged over the side,
the bones and dreams of pioneers crushed and shattered on the rocks.
Or a desolate campsite where explorers shared their last rations
before disappearing forever into the harsh, silent wilderness.
-Hi, Ranger Jackie. Don't worry, I've got a map.
Francine's dad used to bring her here. What route are you taking?
We're going north on the blue trail straight up.
-Is the top of the mountain closer to the bottom anywhere?
That looks like a lot of hiking. How long is this going to take us?
It usually takes us three hours,
but today I intend to set a new record.
OK, happy hikers. I'm going to assign each of you a hiking buddy.
Dad! I don't need a buddy! I could do this trail with my eyes closed!
That's why you're Fern's buddy - Fern's new and you're an old pro!
Prunella and Jenna, you two are buddies. Muffy, I'll be your buddy.
Fine, but you should know I'm not obligated to complete this hike
and reserve the right to exercise the bail-out clause at any time.
Remember, stick with your buddy and look out for each other.
Keep up or get lost!
Francine, pace yourself, kiddo!
Just double knot it. We're losing time.
Move it, Fernfern, you sloth-footed slowpoke!
May I remind you one wrong move could trigger a rockslide.
Plotting, perambulating pedestrian!
We're all back at the rest area. It's time for lunch.
If I ordered a pizza from here,
we'd have to wait 3 hours and 42 minutes for delivery,
assuming good traffic conditions.
Hey, everybody, look! It's so cute.
Don't scare him. This'll be a great picture!
< Hey, little guy!
-OK, lunch is over. Let's hit the trail.
-But we have to find the...
-I told you - I know the way. Let's go now!
A rope bridge! Zutzut crossed one of these in the Pearl Palace.
-Come on, then.
-Um... Francine, I have to go to the bathroom.
Go into the bushes over there and make it quick!
No way. I'm going back to the rest area.
You're on your own. I'm ahead of schedule and I'm not going back.
Can you still hear me, Daddy? Great! How about now? Great! And now?
-Hey, roadrunners, everything OK?
-Fern has to go to the bathroom... indoors.
OK. We're not far from the rest area.
-You two go back and we'll wait here.
-She can go by herself.
That's not how it works. Fern is your buddy.
Either way, I really need to go now!
Francine Alice Fransci!
We've lost 11 minutes and 37 seconds.
I know a short cut that'll get us back faster. Come on!
-Francine, make up your mind!
-Quiet! I'm thinking.
-Are we lost?
-No. I'm just not exactly sure where we are.
Yay, we're lost! Now we can have our REAL adventure!
Oh, no, the map! How will we know which way to go?
Relax, this kind of thing happens to Zutzut all the time.
Ah! A stream. Perfect.
In the Jade Crocodile,
-Zutzut uses a stream to find his way to a lost city of gold.
We're not looking for a lost city of gold.
No, but water flows down, right?
If you follow the stream against the current,
it'll take us to the top of the mountain. This'll be great!
-In the Sapphire Goblet, Zutzut gets marooned on an island of man-eating tortoises.
-Where did the stream go?
A swamp! This is like Zutzut And The Cajun Queen.
We'll build a catapult and fling ourselves across.
We can't build a catapult. We don't even know what's on the other side!
-When Zutzut did it, he...
-Who cares what Zutzut did?!
Zutzut isn't even real. Why did I listen to you? This was stupid!
Taking that short cut was even more stupid.
Why couldn't you go to the bathroom in the bushes? I bet Zutzut does!
-He does not!
-I'm crossing the swamp!
See if I care!
Whatever happens, we have to stick together.
-I'm no Zutzut!
-No, but you're pretty good at figuring things out.
If we can figure out which way is north,
that should take us to the top of the mountain.
-In Zutzut And The Jinxed Jungle...
Listen. ..He figures out north by looking at the moss in the trees.
-There should be more moss on the...
Yes, I learnt that from my dad.
We should be getting close to the top by now.
I give up! Maybe someone will hear us if we scream for help.
A vulture! We must have "early bird special" written on us!
-Someday they'll find us - just two little piles of bones.
People will point to this mountain and talk about the lost girls...
That's a hawk up there! A hawk!
My dad and I always see them when we get close to the top!
It's beautiful up here!
Hey, 2 hours and 59 minutes - I beat my record!
-And here's a hawk feather.
We are in so much trouble.
Francine! I was so worried about you. Thank goodness you're safe,
but there are going to be consequences for this!
I know. I'm sorry, Dad.
Thanks for ruining our hike(!)
Was it nice at the top? We wouldn't know!
I found this up there. I don't know what it is, but you can have it.
Whoa, this is yellow quartz!
Here's a hawk feather, if you want it.
We were trapped the entire time in that tacky gift shop.
Fake fur and antlers everywhere!
You have every right to be mad, but we didn't get lost on purpose.
'There we were without a map.
True, I only lost a shoe
when the deep, dark swamp tried to consume me,
but were it not for brave Commander Francine,
I would've perished in that bottomless bog.
OK, OK, I'm sold. I want exclusive rights to the Moose Mountain story.
It's a book, but we sell the movie rights before it goes to press.
Of course, we should start thinking serial right now!
Subtitles by Peter Hastie BBC Broadcast 2004
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