High-Rise Rescue Chuggington


High-Rise Rescue

Children's animation. Hodge gets stuck on a platform high up in the air, but Wilson's clever thinking saves the day.


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Halt!

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Choo-choo!

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Chuggington!

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# We're trainees, we're making tracks

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# Wheels to the rails! Clackety Clack!

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# Running on time, passengers to take.

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# Hauling loads, pickups to make!

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# Chug! Chug! Chug!

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# Riding the rails!

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# A traintastic crew!

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# Honk your horns!

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# Choo-choo!

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# Choo-choo!

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# Chuggington!

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# Chugga, chugga, chugga, chugga Chuggington!

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# Chuggington!

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# Chugga, chugga, chugga, Chugga, chugga, chugga

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# Chugga, chugga, chugga, Chuggington!

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# Chuggington! #

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Clackety clack!

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Woo-hoo! Let's ride the rails.

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You're raring to go, Chug Patroller.

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Yes, I'm ready to learn something new today.

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You're in luck, Wilson.

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We're taking Chug Patrol 3 out for training.

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CP3, the fire car!

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Wowza!

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HONK-HONK!

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Morning, Brewster.

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Washing crew to platform six, please.

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-Thanks, Howie. Hello, Hodge.

-All right, Brewster?

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Hey, Brewster, Hodge is going up in the world today.

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I'm taking over city window washing from old Puffer Pete.

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Honking horns! On the really tall buildings?

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Yep, really, really tall ones.

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You're working in the city today

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-so you'll see Hodge if you look up high.

-Cool.

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OK, Hodge, you're good to go.

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Good luck!

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Ready to roll?

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BOTH: We're Chug Patrol.

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Magnifico wagon, Wilson.

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Thanks, Frostini.

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TOOT!

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HONK!

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Pete's going to show you what to do, mate.

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-OK, Eddie.

-Good luck, Hodge. Make those windows sparkle.

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On you go, then.

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-How's that?

-Not bad.

-Push the red button to go up.

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Or was it the green one?

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Yeah, it's the green one, Pete.

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I knew it was one of them. Green up, red down.

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Oi! Come back.

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Here I go.

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High-rise Hodge.

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Here's our first fire. Let's do a risk report. Danger?

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High, the fire could spread.

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-Action?

-Put out the fire with CP3.

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Good.

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Watch me.

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Wowza! Perfecto, chief.

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HODGE LAUGHS

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Before you go sky-high again let's practise on one of these windows.

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OK, Pete.

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Soap first.

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Soapy suds coming up.

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Smashing, now water.

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H2O, here we go.

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Rattling rivets! Those windows really need a wash.

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Better get to work, then.

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Ready, Chug Patroller?

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Ready, chief.

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Ooh!

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Keep still!

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-Fire's out, chief.

-Er, yes.

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But now it's raining.

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I think I need more practice.

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I'll pop back later and see how you're getting on.

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Terrific!

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Time to try a moving target.

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BEEPING

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QUICKER BEEPING

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Oh!

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Oh, bumpers! The hose keeps pushing against me.

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Yeah, we call that kickback. You'll get used to it. Come on, try again.

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Going down.

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HONK-HONK!

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Looking good, Hodge.

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HONK-HONK!

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To fight the kickback from the hose put your brakes on.

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OK, Chief.

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Let's try a flying target.

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Aim...

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Wowza! How do you do that?

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Practice. That's all it takes.

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Look at that sparkle. Going down.

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-Ready?

-Ready.

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Whoa!

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CP3 is so hard to learn.

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It's got such a strong kick back I'm never going to get the hang of it.

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BANGING!

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Uh-oh.

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OK, up then.

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Oh, come on, move.

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It's jammed! I'm stuck.

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Um... Help?

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Help!

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Don't worry, we'll respond immediately. Over and out.

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-What's going on, Chief?

-High-rise emergency.

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Hodge is stuck on a window-washing riser.

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BOTH: Chug Patrol and ready to rescue.

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SIRENS WAIL

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Help!

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Honking horns, how are they going to get Hodge down?

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-Tie balloons to him so he floats?

-A large crane maybe.

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What about a big parachute?

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Ah, bene, here comes Chug Patrol.

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They will know what to do.

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We're Chug Patrol, we're in the control.

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This is going to be a challenge.

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Oh, mate, are you OK?

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I've been better.

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Eddie, could you get onto the platform and fix the mechanism?

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Yeah, good thinking.

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Eddie! Am I happy to see you.

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Right, let's get you down, mate.

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It's no use, it's completely jammed. Sorry, Hodge.

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Oh, terrific(!)

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TRAIN WHISTLES

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Rattling rivets, I came as fast as I could.

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-Any ideas, Pete?

-No.

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I've never known it get stuck.

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There has to be a solution. We are just not seeing it.

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What if Hodge has to stay up there for ever?

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At least he'll have a super-duper view.

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But we're Chug Patrol, there must be something we can do.

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Maybe the mechanism needs a really strong kick to free it.

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Yes, but how from down here?

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I know what to do!

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Hodge, aim your hose at the wall above you.

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Um... OK.

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Now turn the water on full power.

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CHUGGING AND WHIRRING

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Hurray, it's working.

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Good thinking, Chug Patroller.

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Thanks, you had us worried there, mate.

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Thank goodness you're safe.

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Hey, mate, you missed a bit.

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Where?

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Wilson, why don't you handle it?

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Er...OK, I'll try.

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Brakes on, aim...

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BEEPING

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And blast!

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-Yes!

-Nice one.

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-Perfecto!

-Good job, Wilson. Terrific.

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Will you teach me how to do that?

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Nice one, Wilson.

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You've mastered CP3.

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Phew! I did learn something new today after all.

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Woo-hoo!

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# Chuggington, chugga, chugga, chugga, chugga, Chuggington

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# Chuggington,

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# Chugga, chugga, chugga, chugga, chugga, chugga,

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# Cha, cha, cha, cha, cha

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# Chugga, chugga, chugga, Chuggington

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# Chuggington! #

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Hodge gets a new job cleaning windows on the high-rise building in the city. He is taking over from Old Puffer Pete who shows him what to do. Meanwhile, Jackman takes Wilson out for some fire safety training at the old power station. Wilson struggles to control the kickback from the hose.

Then Hodge gets stuck high up in the air when the window-cleaning riser platform breaks down. Eddie abseils the side of the building and attempts to fix the motor, but it is well and truly jammed. Even rescue expert Jackman doesn't have a clue how to get Hodge down.

Wilson, still reeling from the powerful kickback he experienced with the fire car hose, makes a suggestion. He tells Hodge to blast water at the side of the building at full force. It works. The pressure forces the platform to move and frees the motor. Hodge returns safely to the ground.


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