Yr Octonots ac Antur yr Arctig Octonots


Yr Octonots ac Antur yr Arctig

Pan fydd Capten Cwrwgl a Pegwn yn mynd ar goll ym moroedd rhewllyd yr Arctig, mae haid o forfilod yn helpu'r Octonots i ddod o hyd iddyn nhw. The Octonauts and the Arctic Orcas.


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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 Arctic Orcas.

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-OK. Say ah.

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-You're rather shy.

-Don't worry. I won't hurt you.

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-Captain.

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-Captain.

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-MUSIC

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-Ah.

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-# Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah

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-# Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah

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-# Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah

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-# Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah #

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-The music is wonderful,

-Captain Cwrwgl.

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-It helps us relax

-when we're being examined.

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-It's a pleasure.

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-I hope you haven't caught a cold

-in the Arctic.

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-Oh, no. Us whales are used

-to the Arctic weather. Ahhhh!

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-OK, you're a healthy whale.

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-Thanks, Pegwn. Thanks, Captain.

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-Cheerio!

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-See you soon.

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-See you soon.

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-Cheerio.

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-Six whale throat examinations,

-three fin examinations...

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-..and I cleaned all their teeth

-in a day.

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-We'd better hurry back

-to the Octopod.

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-It could be dangerous here

-with all this moving ice.

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-It's worse than I thought. Oof!

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-That was close.

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-That was close.

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-Captain!

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-Hold on.

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-Watch out, Pegwn!

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-Are you OK, Pegwn?

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-I think so. And you?

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-Yes, but I'm not sure about the sub.

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-We need to pull it out of the ice.

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-No use - we're stuck!

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-What will we do?

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-Don't worry, we'll get through it.

-We'll call the Octopod.

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-Professor Wythennyn,

-prepare to be trounced by a pirate.

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-I'm about to win.

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-Eh?

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-Eh?

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-Too early to start celebrating!

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-Best of three?

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-Cwrwgl calling Harri.

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-Can you hear me? We need help.

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-Sound the Octoalert.

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-OK, Captain. Yaw!

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-Octonots, to the diving bay.

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-Our sub's had an accident.

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-Pegwn and I need help

-to return to the Octopod.

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-We must hurry before more ice hits

-the sub. It could split it in half.

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-That's the problem.

-We're stuck inside an ice block.

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-We can't get out.

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-Don't worry, old shipmates.

-I'll pull you out.

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-I hope you can find us.

-The monitor broke in the accident.

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-We're moving with the ice.

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-I can see plenty of ice blocks

-but not one with a sub stuck in it.

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-I'll carry on searching.

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-I hope Harri finds us.

-This is very uncomfortable.

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-Oh, no,

-we're heading for an iceberg.

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-Fiddle and faddle.

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-Time to abort.

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-Where's the sub?

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-Where's the sub?

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-Look.

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-Oh, no.

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-We'll climb to the top and break

-the sub out of the iceberg.

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-Climb to the top?

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-Climb to the top?

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-We can do that. We're a team.

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-Come on.

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-Hey, we did it.

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-Yes, we did.

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-Now then our mission is to pull

-the sub out of the ice.

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-All this ice is making me dizzy.

-Which way should I go?

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-Captain. Calling the Captain.

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-Captain. Calling the Captain.

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-We've lost contact with him.

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-They should be there somewhere.

-Keep searching.

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-I've searched everywhere.

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-All I can see

-is ice, ice and more ice.

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-DISTANT SINGING

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-Eh? What's that? It sounds

-like the Captain's accordion.

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-What the blazes?

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-That's not Captain Cwrwgl.

-It's a school of whales.

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-Maybe they can help.

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-Hey, look.

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-Harri!

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-I heard you singing.

-I thought you were Captain Cwrwgl.

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-Captain Cwrwgl.

-We saw him and Pegwn earlier.

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-Yes, but they never returned home.

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-They had an accident

-and now they're missing in the ice.

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-Don't worry,

-we'll help you find them.

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-Huh?

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-Oh, no. The ice is splitting.

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-Pegwn, jump.

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-Hold on.

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-We must stay with the sub. Jump!

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-Pegwn, use me as a bridge.

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-Hooray. Whoa, whoa!

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-Got you.

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-We've looked everywhere.

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-Hey, how about a spying leap?

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-A spying leap? What's that?

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-It's our way of having a look

-above the water's surface.

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-Look at this.

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-Well, I'm no whale

-but I'll try anything.

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-Yaw!

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-Hooray.

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-You did it. Well done.

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-Thanks.

-There's plenty of ice up there.

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-You'd better stay with the whales.

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-You'd better stay with the whales.

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-We always stick together.

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-A spying leap from everyone.

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-Yaw!

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-Pink Bart! I can see something.

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-Cwrwgl and Pegwn. There they are.

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-Hooray.

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-What's happening?

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-Harri! You found us.

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-I knew you would.

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-I knew you would.

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-Thanks to my friends, the whales.

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-Where's your sub?

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-Up there.

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-Up there.

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-It's stuck in the ice.

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-How can we get it back in the water?

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-Can we flip the iceberg over?

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-Can we flip the iceberg over?

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-Our friends could help.

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-Of course. We like flipping ice.

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-Flipping ice?

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-That's what we do to search

-for food. We flip icebergs over.

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-Watch.

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-On your marks, get ready, flip!

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-Hooray!

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-You can do everything!

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-We'll drive the sub home.

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-I hope we don't have another crash

-on the way back.

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-Whales, you know the way

-through the icy sea.

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-Can you lead us away?

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-Can you lead us away?

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-Of course.

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-Whales and Octonots

-always help each other.

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-And I know a way

-to make the journey more fun.

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-THEY SING

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Pan fydd Capten Cwrwgl a Pegwn yn mynd ar goll ym moroedd rhewllyd yr Arctig, mae haid o forfilod yn helpu'r Octonots i ddod o hyd iddyn nhw. The Octonauts and the Arctic Orcas.


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