Stop-frame animation about Tiny and his Little Robot friends. Stripy loses Teddy and everyone joins in the search.
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# Under a pile of scrap There lay this little chap
# He had a broken arm But he made it good
# Then fixed his friends Like robots should
-# Little Robots,
# There's Tiny, Messy Sporty, Stretchy
-# Rusty, Stripy, Noisy, Spotty Scary...
-..Flappy the Bat
# The Sparky Twins, and that's that
-# Little Robots,
# They made a world from junk
# With a bang, a twang and a clunk
# They built their homes Round the Nut 'n' Bolt Tree
-# Now turn on the sunshine...
-# Little Robots,
# Little Robots! #
Ooh! Hey! Oof!
Phew! One day I'm gonna find an easier way to switch the day on.
Ah! Thanks, Tiny! Hup, hup, hup, hup!
You're welcome. ..I wonder what HE'S up to.
Well, only one way to find out.
Go on, Rusty. Give it some welly!
-Welly? What's welly, Sporty?
-I think he means...
Oh, Tiny! I didn't know you could play botball!
-Neither did I!
-Well, you've picked it up really quickly,
considering I only invented it yesterday. Botball -
brilliant game for little robots.
Really easy, too. You kick the botball and then you shout,
Oh, do you really think so, Sporty?
-I think he went to look for the botball.
we're going to have a game of blind bot's bluff.
First of all,
one of us puts on a blindfold.
I'll have first go.
Then you turn round three times.
three. Whoa! Wooh! Wooh!
Ready or not,
here I come.
I'll get you, Teddy!
I'm sure it went THIS way.
Whoa! Ah! Oh! Ooh! Help!
Ah! Oh! Frightening!
I don't remember THAT bit! Whoa!
Well, THERE, Messy.
I do hope you weren't TOO scared in the old ghost train. Hmm?
Glad to have had me to hold on to, I expect. Oh...!
-Hup, hup,! ..Morning, Scary!
-Lovely day for a spot of botball.
Botball? What is...
It's fun, that's what! Come on! I'll show you.
I'm coming to GET you!
It's no good, Teddy.
You're too good at this game for me.
I give up...
We can't play blind bot's buff
if you just wander off.
Are you playing hide-and-seek?
Ho, ho, ho!
Hmm. Not there.
All right, Teddy,
I give up.
Where ARE you?
Ah! Hmm. How's that, dear boy?
Er, not quite, Scary.
What you're supposed to do is this.
Well caught, Stripy! That was going like lightning!
You...you haven't seen...
Teddy anywhere, have you?
-You've not lost Teddy?!
-The little fellow! Gone!
Oh! Don't worry, Stripy.
I'm sure he'll be all right -
-wherever he is.
-And we'll help you look for him, won't we?
Stripy, we just won't stop till we find him. Come on!
-We'll split up and meet back at the Nut 'n' Bolt Tree.
-And find him,
Hey, hang on! Wait for me!
Poor Stripy! Who'd want to take his teddy anyway?
Hup, hup, hup, hup!
Where ARE you? Hup, hup, hup, hup!
No sign of him here.
But...why should he be here anyway?
Oh, Rusty! Sometimes you're such a silly...
where have you gone to?
Well, this is impossible!
No. No, not that.
No. Ooh, no, no. Oh...!
Will I EVER find the right outfit for a teddy hunt?
Oh! Oh, oh, Messy!
It's YOU, dear dog. I do wish you wouldn't creep up on me.
-Woof! Ar-r-r-r-r, woof, woof, woof!
Oh, Stripy has lost Teddy,
so a search has been organised.
And I'm blowed if I can find the right outfit!
No. Oh, no!
How about this?
Not a sign of him.
-Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof!
-Yes, hello, Messy.
I'm pleased to see YOU too,
but I'm afraid I'm not very good company at the moment.
Ar-r-r-r! Woof! Woof! Woof!
Hang on! I don't think it YOU Messy's come to see, Stripy.
Well, I suppose a game of botball might make everyone feel better?
Er, that wasn't what he meant, Sporty. Look!
-Ooh! Oh, no!
-What's the matter?
Oh, if Teddy's been stuck in that tin,
-we must have been playing botball with him!
And I gave the botball a really good kicking, too.
It's all right.
let the search...begin!
Fear not, Stripy, we shall f...f...
Um...glad to have you back, Teddy!
Hmm, yes, hmm.
Subtitles by Anne Walker BBC Broadcast 2004
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Sporty has invented 'botball' which entails kicking a tin can as hard as he can and shouting 'goal!' Stripy doesn't notice the tin can landing on Teddy and panics, thinking his little friend has gone missing. The Little Robots search everywhere but in the end it's Messy who finds him - squashed inside the can.