Stop-frame animation about Tiny and his Little Robot friends. Tiny makes a wind machine so that Scary's bunting will flutter.
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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! #
What d'you think of that, dear boy, my new ghost train car?
Best one I've ever made.
It looks great, Scary.
Everyone's looking forward to a ride. When can we have a go?
Yes. That's what I want to talk to you about.
You see, I've got a problem with the decorations.
-What's the matter with them?
-It's the little flags.
They look so limp and droopy.
It'd be much more exciting if they fluttered and danced, do you see?
Oh, yeah, I do, actually. That would look good, wouldn't it?
I wonder what we could do. I know!
-Yeah. What you need is something that blows them.
Oh, oh, yes. That would make them dance and flutter, wouldn't it?
It certainly would, Scary. Tell you what, I'll make you a wind machine.
Oh, how lovely!
Just a little... Ooh! There!
-There you go! Ready for a test run?
-Oh, you bet.
Stand by, then and...
Oh, oh, I say, that is nice and blowy.
I'll leave you to get ready, then.
It looks really great.
Nice one, Tiny.
All ready for your first run, eh?
Just a touch stronger, perhaps.
Oh, oh, yes! A little more, maybe.
Oh, no! Oh, dear! Oh, no! No!
Oh, what do I do? What do I do? HELP!
CHIRPING Oh, look out!
What is Scary doing? Why doesn't he turn it down?
Oh! Ah! Oh! Ah! Whoa!
Hurry up! Hurry up!
What is he doing?
Help! It's going to... It's going to...
Oh, dear boy, I'm so sorry. I was...
-Well, yes, I suppose I was.
Come on, we'll be safer on the ground.
Scary, what's going on?
I came out of my house and whoosh, something blew me over here.
Tiny built me a wind machine, Spotty,
but it's gone wrong, I'm afraid.
-I'll say it has.
-Hey, look! Rusty's roof is coming off.
Oh! Oh, please stay on. Oh, please stay on!
Oh, dear! Poor Rusty.
-No, she mustn't come out.
Don't come out, Rusty!
Stay where you are, Rusty.
-Oh, Sporty, thank goodness.
Nice work, Sporty.
Yes. Jolly well done.
Thank you so much, Sporty.
If it wasn't for you, I'd have blown straight into the Watch Out.
We'll all be blown straight into the Watch Out.
Come along, Tiny. What will you do about this mad machine?
Let's get out of this wind for a start.
I can't hear myself think. Where's the best shelter?
Right, the next thing to work out is how to turn the machine off.
I'm afraid we can't use the lift, Tiny. It's broken.
What about going over the bridge at the back?
Yes, I'm afraid...that's broken too.
I reckon I could climb up to it, maybe jump, even.
That's all very well, but how will you get there?
-I shall run.
-What, against THAT wind?
Why not? I'll give it a try.
Really? How marvellous!
Sporty, you are so brave.
Nah, not really. Let's face it, I'm the strongest robot.
Oh, yes...you are! Ooh!
-Take care, Sporty.
Huh-huh, huh-huh, huh-huh!
-You OK, Sporty?
I'm not strong enough to run against that wind.
That means it will blow forever.
What are we going to do? >
There is something else we could try. Listen.
I hope you know what you're doing.
-Of course I don't.
It'll be all right, Rusty, really.
Right, everyone, I'm ready!
Go on, Tiny! You can do it.
Bravo...bravo...and again, bravo!
Well done, Tiny.
You're a hero!
Now that's sorted, we can all have a ride in your new ghost train car.
Well, yes, you all can soon.
Just a bit of tidying up and mending to do first.
Come on, then. Let's get started.
Subtitles by Gillian Clarke BBC Broadcast 2004
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Scary wishes the bunting he's put up would flutter, so Tiny offers to build him a wind machine. Scary can't keep his fingers off the buttons and the wind machine goes berserk, blowing him into the Nut and Bolt tree. Tiny has to work out how to stop the wind machine, and he literally rises to the occasion and proves himself a hero.