Animation. Peter meets some surprising new friends at Hill Top Farm, but when a big storm hits the woods, it's up to Peter to save the day.
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-# Let's go!
-Go on and run, run for our lives
# We'll tear a hole in every fence and every wall
# From field to field Run wild and free
# And grab a piece of every radish that we see
# Go day and night Go for it all
# It's time to ride Come on, the wind's begun to blow
# Cos you and I we weren't made for going slow
-# Let's go!
-Adventure calls, the game is on!
-# Come on!
-# Let's go!
-# Let's go!
# Let's go! #
-No, this way.
Come on. Here, little ducklings.
Oh, we're here.
After you, Mrs Puddle-Duck.
Oh, Peter. Thank you.
-No dawdling, my little ones.
-There you go. That's it.
Follow your mum.
Hurry up, Benjamin.
Er, yep, I've got this under control.
Oh, did you have a good time?
-It's after us.
-What is it?
In the farmyard. A hideous creature.
It's scary. Run!
And scary? Run!
Peter. Lily. Home is that way.
-Er, rabbits are brave, rabbits are brave.
Ever get that feeling someone is watching you,
like the fur on the back of your neck goes "spring"
and you keep expecting to turn around and see staring eyes?
I don't know what scared the mice
but it looks like we're the only ones here.
Ah?! Is that rabbit speak for "How do you do"?
Ah! I'm Pig Robinson. Pleased to meet you.
Nice to meet you, too, Pig Robinson. I'm Peter Rabbit.
-This is Lily Bobtail.
-And that's Benjamin Bunny.
Oh, look at this mess.
I don't even have any sprouts to offer you.
They're my favourite thing to paint.
And eat, come to think of it. Ha-ha.
Snort! Pardon me.
He's not so scary.
I should say not.
The mice told us there was something big and furry and scary here.
There's nothing like that around here that I know of.
Snort! Excuse me.
I do that when I'm excited. Snort!
Well, it looks like the coast is clear.
No scary things around here.
It's got me. Help!
Mittens, play nicely.
-I think we've found our big scary creature.
-Ah, she's so cute.
Look at her little ears and I love that dress.
And, oh, my goodness, that tail is just the sweetest.
Mittens, how many times have I told you?
We don't wrestle guests.
Hello, Mr Smarty Piggy-pants.
That a guest is a mouse.
A really big one, too.
Hey, I'm not a mouse!
Ha! Nice try, but you don't fool me.
What do you feed him, anyway?
Honestly, Mittens, manners.
She's very nice once you get to know her.
And here's something else you should know.
This is MY farmyard and that means you obey MY rules.
Rule number one, no mice.
-There's one! Meow!
I told you I'm not a mouse.
Sorry, sorry. I knew that.
But, wow, you do have a mousy kind of feel about you.
PETER AND LILY LAUGH
Rule number two, Pig Robinson is not to be let out of the farmyard.
There's plenty of badgers out there in the woods
-who wouldn't think twice about gobbling up a well-fed piglet.
I couldn't ask for a better friend, but Mittens is such a worry-wart.
-I keep telling her, nobody eats piglets.
Rule number three, anyone tries to break rules one or two
will have to answer to me.
And I never take a day off.
I'm always on guard.
I'm always alert.
Ah, a feather!
-She does that.
Just falls asleep. Poof! Not like me.
I'm a warm mug of cocoa and story before beddy-byes sort of piglet.
-Aw, she's adorable.
-Yeah, when she's asleep.
And you know what else is adorable? Your pigsty!
Really? But I didn't even clean today.
-Have you really never been out of the farmyard, Robinson?
Oh, how I'd love to run through the woods and climb up the, um,
hills and do whatever else you wild fellas do out there but, mostly,
I'd love to eat some sprouts.
Such a beautiful word, don't you think?
Well, we could get you some sprouts from Mr McGregor's garden.
Really? You'd do that for me?
Of course. We'll be right back.
Hang on! I've just had a smashing idea. What about if I come with you?
I don't know, Robinson.
Mittens did say you shouldn't leave your sty.
-I've got my walking hat on and my umbrella to keep the sun off.
Come on! Let's go!
# A breeze is blowing and the day is fair
# Is that a ranch that I'm smelling in the air?
# Let's go outside, let's go everywhere
# Out where the skies are blue
# Cos I want to explore the whole wide world with you
# Out where life is wild and free
# A new adventure starting
# And carrots always taste the best
# From someone else's garden... #
# Some days, it'll rain but if it never rained
# Tell me, who'd need a sky of blue?
# And I want to explore the whole wide world with you. #
-Just hold on!
-Wait for us!
MRS TIGGY WINKLE SNIFFS
-That's Mrs Tiggy Winkle. She's a hedgehog.
I've never met a real live hedgehog before.
Well, tweak my tail, it's the young rabbits.
And, oh, you have a new friend.
I'm Pig Robinson! Pleased to meet you.
You're a fine young fellow.
All hurrying home before the storm?
Storm? What storm?
The one that's brewing, of course.
You can always tell when a storm is coming.
Flowers smell their best before the rain.
-Bye, Mrs Tiggy Winkle.
This is Mr McGregor's garden.
We'll be right back with your sprouts.
We rabbits call this a vegetable raid.
It's very dangerous so do exactly what I do.
Owchee! Did I get it right?
Um, yeah, not bad.
Maybe you better wait here. I'll be right back.
The flowers do smell better.
I wonder if Mrs Tiggy Winkle's right.
Do you really think there's a storm coming?
There's no storm coming. Huh?
-Benjamin, leave that for Pig Robinson.
Hey! Where'd he go?
PIG ROBINSON CHUCKLING PETER GASPS
Yoo-hoo! Anyone in there?
PIG ROBINSON GASPS
Look at all these hats.
-What's that racket?! It had better not be you rabbits!
-How do I look?
You can be completely honest.
I'm coming to find you!
-Goodness! Who was that?
-That is Mr McGregor.
Then I simply have to introduce myself. Golly!
I'm making so many new friends today. Oh!
Um, Mr McGregor isn't exactly friendly, Robinson.
-Show yourselves, rabbits!
-Good golly lolly! It's a really big Mittens!
-I think she wants to play.
-I don't think so.
Peter, the gate!
So, did you enjoy your first garden raid?
Uh-huh! Can we do it again? Snort!
Don't want you to eat first?
Sprout! Sprout! SPROUT!
Wow! And I thought I was a messy eater.
THEY CHUCKLE Hmmm?
ROBINSON SQUEALS Hmmm?
HE LAUGHS MISCHIEVOUSLY
Put a lid on it, Robinson. I'm napping.
Pig Robinson? Pig Robinson?!
Oh, no! Pig Robinson is missing!
Don't you fret, Mittens. Robinson is fine.
I saw him trotting off to the woods.
He's gone to the woods?! But he'll get eaten by something!
I'm sure he's fine and dandy. The rabbits were with him.
I knew it! They pignapped my best friend!
Just wait till I get my paws on them.
Hurry home soon, Mittens! There's a storm brewing!
Can't we stop for a quick sprout break?
You can have all the sprouts you want when we get back to the farm.
That was hilarious!
Hmmm? Well, if rabbit is off the menu then pig will do nicely.
Hello there. I like your jacket.
-Gosh. Thanks. One does one's best.
-You don't look so bad yourself.
Let him go, Mr Tod!
Go? Hmmm, let me think about it.
Nope, I've thought about it and the answer's no. Now, where was I?
Come on! Let's go!
Time we showed you the best hiding place in the woods, Pig Robinson.
Now, this might be my first time in the woods but I'm certain pigs
and rabbits don't belong up in trees.
-But squirrels do!
Wow! A pink rabbit!
-Is he talking about...?
So, this is Edgar, Nellie, Jamie, Rufus, Lucie, Lewis and Bob.
How do you all do?
And not forgetting Felix. Oh! And watch this!
Our fur always gets a little sparky when a storm's on its way.
Why does everyone keep saying a storm's coming?
-It's a beautiful day...
..for a storm.
Um, maybe we should all get home before the storm arrives, Peter.
You're right. Let's hop to it!
MR TOD: Come out, come out, wherever you are!
Where are those rabbits hiding?!
We'll just have to hide up here until Mr Tod's gone.
Pig Robinson, would you like to see our treehouse?
-What a day I'm having.
Friends, foxes, sprouts and now a house in the trees?
I only wish Mittens was here. She'd love it.
You come back here right now because...
because you're my best friend in the whole wide world.
-Oh, she's not so bad after all.
-She's really very sweet.
Or maybe not.
This is our flying machine. We keep it hidden in the woods.
-But rabbits can't fly!
-We can but only if it's a big emergency.
Flying's scary. Not for me, I mean, but for the others.
I don't get scared.
THUNDER CRACKS BENJAMIN SCREAMS
BENJAMIN CLEARS THROAT
And over here is our telescope. Give it a try if you'd like.
THUNDER CRACKS THEY YELL
-The storm's getting closer, Peter.
Yep, and I can't see Mr Tod anywhere. Time to go, Robinson.
-Where is he?
Sprouts, sprouts, sprouts.
Hmmm. Uh-oh. I think I know.
Ooh! Oh, dratted thunder!
It sends a shiver down my tail.
-Hello again, Mr Fox.
HE LAUGHS MISCHIEVOUSLY
-What have you done with Robinson?
-We're sorry, Mittens.
It's just that he really wanted to come with us to find some sprouts.
And we did get some but then whoosh!
Mr McGregor was after us and we ran out of the garden and then bam!
Mr Tod jumped out and then Nutkin grabbed Robinson and swung him
around the trees and...
-I'll be quiet now.
-Don't worry, Mittens. Pig Robinson will be fine.
Just as soon as we find him.
-Never trust a mouse!
-I'm not a mouse! I'm not a mouse!
Mittens, you have to stop this.
-I'm sorry I get so fighty.
It's just that poor Robinson is all alone out here.
Aw, you really love him, don't you?
He's my best friend in the whole wide world.
-Mittens, are you crying?
Nah, it's just that the wind is making my eyes water.
Come on, we've got a lost pig to find. Let's hop to it.
My lovely sprouts.
This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed at home,
and this little piggy made a delicious dinner
for a certain gentleman fox.
-Sorry to correct you, sir,
but I think you've got that rhyme a little topsy-turvy.
Is that so? Why don't we have dinner and you can fill me up?
I mean in, fill me in.
I wouldn't do that if I were you, fox.
-I think you should leave him alone.
-I'd say you're surrounded.
I...have nothing to add.
Mittens! And my new rabbit friends! Are you all coming to dinner too?
What an excellent suggestion! The more the merrier.
MR TOD GROWLS
How about some sprouts on the side?
-I'm happy to see you too!
I'm so glad you're OK.
And don't you ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, EVER go missing again.
THUNDER CRACKS BENJAMIN YELLS
Here comes the storm!
-And here comes the fox!
You know the lesson here, don't you, Peter?
When everyone says there's a storm coming, there's a storm coming!
I know! We have to find shelter.
One of my dad's tunnels. This way!
Quick, in here!
What? In there? But it's all muddy.
You're a pig! Pigs love dirt.
Actually, that's a common misconception.
Wow, he knows some big words, doesn't he?
-Oh, there you are.
Wait for me!
Well, if I can't have rabbit or pig, I'll just have to try kitten.
Actually, that sounds revolting. But who cares? A fox has to eat.
Got to catch me first!
Oh, that's just showing off.
You'll fall sooner or later, kitten, and when you do, I'll be waiting.
THUNDER CRACKS Ooh!
Wowee! That was such fun!
Wait! Where's Mittens?
Just in case pocket, just in case.
There she is! In the tree!
Cats climb trees when they're in trouble and I know that for a fact.
-But we'll never reach her.
-Never say never, Benjamin. We'll find a way.
This is bad, this is very bad with an extra large portion of "Oh, no!"
You're right, Benjamin. This is bad.
We're getting all wet! Whoa!
-Careful! You'll fly away!
-Fly! That's it!
Benjamin, it's that flying machine you showed me.
Peter, we can't fly in the storm, it's too dangerous.
I got Mittens into trouble so I'm going to get her out of it.
Eh, maybe you should wait here, Robinson.
-Mittens is my best friend so I'm coming too.
-Let's do this.
# I hear the sound of thunder
# A storm is coming in
# I feel the mighty winds... #
-Let me help!
MR TOD CHUCKLES
# The wind and the rain
# Roar like a train
# I can see that there's nowhere to hide
# The wind and the rain... #
# My friends by my side. #
Jump! I'll catch you! I promise!
And let you eat me? Ha! I'll do that when pigs fly!
Mittens, we've come to help.
Don't worry! We've only nearly crashed twice.
-We can't stay up here all day, Peter.
Maybe we should give up and try again when the weather's nicer.
No, a good rabbit never gives up. Get closer! Give me your paw!
I can't watch.
You're safe now.
MR TODS SQUEALS
And that's why you don't stand under trees during storms, Mr Tod!
Home sweet home!
Eh, Mittens, we've landed.
Yeah, I know. I was just making triple sure you're not a mouse. Yep.
You're a rabbit, all right.
We better get going.
I'm sorry we kind of got off on the wrong foot, Mittens. Friends?
I don't know. I'm kind of a loner except from Pig Robinson, of course.
-He's sort of like my...
I was going to say a distant cousin.
Oh, all right, sort of a brother, I suppose.
-All right, all right.
-I guess having a few rabbit friends too couldn't hurt.
-Oh, and a mouse friend.
-Hey! I'm not a mouse!
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Peter Rabbit is an inspiring and playful reimagining of Beatrix Potter's iconic, timeless children's classic. Mischievous, charming and brave, Peter is a hero who overcomes obstacles, outwits predators and avoids danger as he embarks on a series of exciting adventures. Clever, resilient and funny, Peter Rabbit wants to grow up to be just like his late father - he has big paws to fill. But with his father's journal (a guide to everything you need to be a good rabbit), and the help of his best friends Benjamin and Lily, Peter is ready for some fun and delightful new discoveries.
Peter meets some surprising new friends at Hill Top Farm, but when a big storm hits the woods, it's up to Peter to save the day.