Yr Octonots a'r Morfilod Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Morfilod

Pan mae morfil enfawr yn sownd ar draeth, mae Capten Cwrwgl a'r Octonots yn dyfeisio cynllun i'w dynnu yn ôl i'r dwr. An Orca becomes stranded on a beach and needs to get back i...


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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 Whales

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-HE PLAYS OUT OF TUNE

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-Captain, can't you rehearse

-somewhere else?

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-Harri, sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to the headquarters.

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-Octonots, we need to... Huh?

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-Ooh. Hah!

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-Incredible. That's a type of whale

-called an orca.

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-Look, another one.

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-And another one. And another one.

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-Interesting.

-We've attracted a school of whales.

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-What's a school?

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-A group of whales.

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-The school help one another at

-all times, just like the Octonots.

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-Captain, we have to retaliate.

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-Captain, we have to retaliate.

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-Let's talk before taking any action.

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-Greetings, friends.

-Can I ask you not to hit the pod.

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-Ha, ha, ha.

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-That's enough. Everyone back.

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-We're sorry. Are you all OK?

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-Yes, thank you. Is his head OK?

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-He's always been hard-headed!

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-He strikes first,

-asks questions later.

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-Sounds like someone I know.

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-Miaow!

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-We're curious about your ship.

-It makes an interesting sound.

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-Oh.

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-The Octoalert?

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-No, more like this.

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-Yeeeaaaaeeeeenaaaahh!

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-Oh, um, that. That was me.

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-I was having a few problems

-with my accordion.

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-It sounded quite lovely.

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-Oh, thank you.

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-Octonots, who would like to meet

-our new friends?

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-Do you want a race?

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-Yes!

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-Yes!

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-OK!

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-Hey! How about ready, go?

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-They're heading for the beach.

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-They're heading for the beach.

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-That's not a good place for a whale.

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-I'll try and intercept them.

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-Danger ahead.

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-To the tunnels.

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-Ha, ha. I won, I won!

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-You had an unfair advantage.

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-You had an unfair advantage.

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-You can have one next time.

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-I won!

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-Let me turn around here.

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-Give me a push.

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-Yeee-aaah!

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-Harri!

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-Are you OK?

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-Yes, but I can't move the whale.

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-I don't feel well.

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-Is it just me or is it getting hot?

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-There's a bucket in the sub. Use it

-to throw water over the whale.

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-It needs water to stay healthy.

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-OK, Captain.

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-If I could only...

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-Oh, no. I'm stuck. I can't stay

-out of the water too long.

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-Don't worry. I'll help

-get you back in the water.

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-While we're waiting,

-Harri will keep you wet.

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-Thank you.

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-Octonots,

-the whale is stuck on the beach.

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-We must get it back in the water.

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-Until then,

-we have to keep it cold and wet.

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-On my way.

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-I could do with some help

-from the vegimals.

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-The whale is too heavy

-to move itself.

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-If it can't move itself,

-we'll have to move the whale.

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-Ira, we need you now.

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-Right away, Cap.

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-Hey, I can hear the school

-calling for me.

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-Euuurrgghh!

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-Oh, no. All the whales

-are heading for the beach.

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-Harri, carry on pouring.

-I'll be right back.

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-Wait!

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-Let us pass.

-We must rescue our brother.

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-If you reach the beach,

-you'll get stuck.

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-We're his school. Members of

-the school always help each other.

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-You can rely on the Octonots

-to bring him back safely.

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-There must be something we can do.

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-I know he likes to hear your voices.

-Sing to him.

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-OK, Captain. We'll sing to him.

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-WHALES SING

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-# Carrying water to the whale

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-# Carrying water to the whale #

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-The whale is too heavy to move.

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-We need to find a way

-to pull it back into the sea.

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-We need a rope.

-Loads and loads of ropes.

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-I'll contact the Octopod and ask

-them to bring every rope we have.

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-There's no time to lose. Ow!

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-Listen to me.

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-No need to hide.

-No one will hurt you.

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-This beach is ours.

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-You and that big lump must leave.

-Go, go, go!

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-It's getting hotter.

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-Octonots, grab the ropes.

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-Ready to pull, Cap.

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-Octonots, to your stations.

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-On my call.

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-One, two, three.

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-Pull!

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-No, no!

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-That hurt.

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-Captain, pulling's not enough.

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-If we could take the ropes

-under the whale, we could lift it.

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-We need a way of tunnelling

-into the sand.

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-I know who can help.

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-Calling all crabs.

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-You have the ability

-to tunnel under the sand.

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-Can you do that to help the whale?

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-No, it's his fault

-for coming here in the first place.

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-Let me help you.

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-There you go.

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-There you go.

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-Well, that was quite good.

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-Thank you.

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-Will you help us?

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-OK. To the side, go.

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-Octonots, go for it.

-One, two, three.

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-Pull!

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-Again. One, two, three.

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-Pull!

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-One, two, three. Pull!

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-It's working.

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-Keep pulling.

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-We-hey!

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-Look at me!

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-Captain,

-our school is very grateful to you.

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-You can rely on the Octonots.

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-Call for us if you need any help.

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-Can we rehearse our special call?

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-HE PLAYS OUT OF TUNE

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-Ha!

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-THEY ALL LAUGH

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-Cheerio, friends.

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-Cheerio, friends.

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-Cheerio, Captain. Until next time.

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Pan mae morfil enfawr yn sownd ar draeth, mae Capten Cwrwgl a'r Octonots yn dyfeisio cynllun i'w dynnu yn ôl i'r dwr. An Orca becomes stranded on a beach and needs to get back in the water.


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