Yr Octonots a'r Morfil Ungorn Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Morfil Ungorn

Mae llong yr Octonots yn mynd yn sownd yn y rhew. Dim ond mordwyo celfydd Capten Cwrwgl - ynghyd â chymorth Morfil Ungorn cyfeillgar - all eu rhyddhau. The Octonauts and the Na...


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-Octonots, to your stations.

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-Cwrwgl.

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-Harri.

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-Pegwn.

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-Explore.

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-Rescue.

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-Rescue.

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-Protect!

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-The Octonots and the Narwhal.

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-Captain, we're entering

-the Arctic Sea.

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-We're coming up to an ice pack.

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-Great, Dela. Steady as she goes.

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-OK, Captain.

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-We should reach the North Pole

-by dusk.

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-I can't wait to see

-the Arctic's creatures.

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-That was the life.

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-I remember when I was a young bear,

-rolling in the snow.

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-Sliding on the ice

-and diving into the icy water.

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-I miss those days.

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-I can't wait to go swimming

-in the ice.

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-You're making me feel cold.

-A cup of cocoa would be nice.

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-It's only cold if you move slowly.

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-Keep on swimming

-and you'll stay warm.

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-It's as simple as that.

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-In a few minutes,

-we'll have passed the ice...

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-..and then we can drop anchor.

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-..and then we can drop anchor.

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-What's wrong, Dela?

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-The Octopod is so cold,

-my computers have frozen.

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-I can't steer the Octopod.

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-Cap, keep the Octopod moving or the

-engine might freeze and seize up.

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-We can't let that happen,

-we'll be in...

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-..big trouble.

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-Dela, activate manual steering now.

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-Right away.

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-As quickly as we can.

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-It's good to steer the ship again.

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-We're back on track again.

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-Wow, that ice looks sharp.

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-Yes, sharp enough to cut through the

-Octopod like a knife through butter.

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-The captain will guide us safely.

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-Iceberg!

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-Whoa, that was close.

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-# The ocean deep is the life for me

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-# Leaving the port

-and sailing out to sea

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-# The Octopod, just you and me

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-# And the million fish

-in the deep blue sea #

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-Dear me! An ice avalanche.

-Turn, turn!

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-Left. Right.

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-I can't turn anywhere. I'll brake.

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-Now!

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-Ten seconds before we hit the ice.

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-Pink Bart from Boncath.

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-Stop the Octopod.

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-Six seconds until we hit the ice.

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-Six seconds until we hit the ice.

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-Hold on.

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-Two, one.

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-We're OK. We're not moving.

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-But you're standing on my foot!

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-I'm sorry.

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-Phew, that was close.

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-What next, Captain?

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-If we can't go on,

-we'll go back the way we came.

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-Captain, watch out!

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-Captain, watch out!

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-We're stuck.

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-Dela, sound the Octoalert.

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-To the headquarters.

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-Captain, are we in trouble?

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-We're stuck in the icy waters

-of the Arctic...

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-..with ice surrounding us on

-all sides without an escape route.

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-I'd say we are then.

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-The ice walls are often quite thin.

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-We could break through one of them.

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-I'll go out in Sub-2.

-I'll shatter that ice.

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-Or we could put a drill on Sub-4...

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-I was worried this would happen.

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-What, Ira?

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-It's so cold,

-the ice has frozen the engine.

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-It's made it close down.

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-We've lost power

-in the whole Octopod.

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-No point. The ice is too thick.

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-If I could only see

-where the ice is thin.

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-What's that sound?

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-Captain, look.

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-Something's breaking

-through the ice wall.

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-Criccieth's crabs!

-It's the legendary deep sea unicorn.

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-That's not an unicorn.

-That's a narwhal.

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-A what?

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-A narwhal? Incredible.

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-A special kind of whale

-that has a spiral tusk.

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-They only live in the Arctic.

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-That tusk is actually a tooth,

-like an elephant's tusk.

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-By the way, an unicorn is

-a fabled creature. It doesn't exist.

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-I knew!

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-Hello, Brychfael.

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-Hello, Brychfael.

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-Cwrwgl? This is a surprise.

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-Good to see you, old friend.

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-Good to see you, too. I've known

-Brychfael since I was little.

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-He's a great leader,

-always has been.

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-What are you doing here?

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-The engine has frozen.

-We could do with your help.

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-Of course. My tusk will work

-whether it's hot or cold.

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-I'll lead you out of the ice

-into warmer waters.

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-Thank you.

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-Let's get the Octopod moving again.

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-Cap, the Octo-engine is frozen.

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-We need a new sub.

-Ira, prepare Sub-3.

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-OK, everyone. Let's go.

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-Once more.

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-Hooray!

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-Almost there.

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-Oh, no.

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-Another wall of hard ice.

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-Let me help, old friend.

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-What's he doing?

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-Using his tusk to test the ice.

-Incredible.

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-I thought so. There's always one

-place where the ice is thin.

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-Out of the way, old friend.

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-Ha, ha, ha!

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-Hooray!

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-Well done.

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-Hooray!

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-Thank you, Brychfael.

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-Thank you, Brychfael.

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-You're welcome.

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-Temperatures rising, Captain.

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-The engine has started.

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-Good work, Octonots.

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-So, now that we're free, who'd like

-to swim with me in the cold water?

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-Um, I need to clean the Octohatch.

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-No, thanks.

-I need to clean my telescope.

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-I've got to clear the laboratory.

-Yes, that's it.

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-Oh, it's your loss.

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-How nice.

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-# The ocean deep is the life for me

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-# Leaving the port

-and sailing out to sea

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-# The Octopod, just you and me

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-# And the million fish

-in the deep blue sea #

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-.

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Mae llong yr Octonots yn mynd yn sownd yn y rhew. Dim ond mordwyo celfydd Capten Cwrwgl - ynghyd â chymorth Morfil Ungorn cyfeillgar - all eu rhyddhau. The Octonauts and the Narwhal.


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