Animated series. Peter and his friends go into the woods at night to catch a jar full of glow-worms for Cotton-tail's night light.
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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
# Run through the fields 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 fly 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! #
PETER AND FRIENDS: Whoa!
And now, for the grand finale!
I don't understand. We've tried everything.
I'm afraid Cotton-tail is just frightened of the dark.
-Nothing to be done until she grows out of it.
How is she ever going to sleep?
I really wish I could help her.
Don't be hard on yourself, Peter.
Getting babies to sleep isn't a big brothery thing.
It's more of a big sistery thing.
Just stick to raiding vegetable patches -
we'll take care of our little sister.
Isn't that right, little cottony-wottony...?
There must be something we can do.
A night-light is a big help when you're afraid of the dark.
Uh, at least, that's what I've heard.
Have you ever seen a glow-worm? They light up at night.
Don't they, Florence?
A jar full of glow-worms would make a perfect night-light.
Lily, you're a genius.
Let's go and catch some glow-worms.
-I... I didn't mean...
# Sleep little baby Close your eyes
-# Your sisters will sing you
# A lullaby. #
I'm going to catch a million - no, a gazillion - glow-worms!
And I know just where to find them.
In the woods!
Yeah... Wait. In the w-woods?
Of course. There's nothing more fun than a night-time adventure.
I love night-time. It's so...dark.
Only can't wait to catch my first glow-worm.
Let's hop to it!
OWL HOOTS AND BENJAMIN GASPS
What was that?
It was just a toad, Benjamin.
What was that?
It's only a cricket, Benjamin!
I knew that. Just testing.
-Arh! Arh! What was that?
-It's you, Benjamin!
You've got something stuck to your foot.
Are you all right?
Me? Yeah. Never better.
Why do you ask?
Want to hold my hand?
Look! Are those...
Oh! Wait for me!
Just look at them!
Let's get a jar full for Cotton-tail.
# Off you go, no time to lose
# You best be on your way
# Proceed with care
# Think fast and stay aware
# And you'll succeed at what you're trying to do
# The goal's in reach It's waiting there for you. #
There! That's the last of them.
It's the perfect night-light.
Glow-worms really do help you feel less afraid of the dark.
I mean, if I WERE scared, they would. Which I'm DEFINITELY not.
Why would you think I'm scared?
O...K, then. Let's take them home to Cotton-tail.
Don't worry, I'll lead the way.
These woods don't scare me.
Ugh! What is that smell?
Urgh! It smells almost as bad as a...
Don't go stealing my dinner!
You eat glow-worms?
Of course I do!
-Ha-ha-ha! They're the only bugs he can find at night.
Oh! Sorry! You're right. Not funny.
These glow-worms are for my little sister.
-She's afraid of the dark and she needs them.
-Give them to him -
there are enough glow-worms for everybody.
Give 'em here!
You have to catch us first!
Ow! You rotten rabbits!
It's one of my dad's hiding places.
In here. Let's hop to it.
Oh, no! Brock's coming straight for us.
How does he know where we are?
It's the light from the jar, he can see it.
Right. Abandon log!
He'll never be able to track us through here.
-Never say never.
-It's the glow-worms!
Stop glowing! Switch off or something.
I don't think they can help it.
Let's get rid of it, then. Please. Throw it away and let's go home.
Cotton-tail needs this night-light, and I'm not going to let her down.
We need a plan.
We're going to have to be clever.
And we'll need some of that string from Lily's pocket.
I'll take that.
Oh, sneaky rabbits!
Oh! Well, well. Fancy that!
I suppose you'll do for a snack.
Come here! Oh!
Here... Oh! Where you goin'?! Hold still!
Now, let's get that jar home to Cotton-tail.
I'll get it.
It's too small.
Benjamin, you're the best digger.
Maybe you can dig your way in.
Erm, er... Yes, I am, I would love to, but...
Well, I...I think there's something I should tell you.
-You're afraid of the dark?
Yes! Very. How did you know?
It's OK, Benjamin.
-I was afraid of the dark too when I was little.
But you're not afraid of anything!
Everyone is afraid of something sometimes.
I always hum to myself whenever I'm scared.
It makes me feel better somehow.
Don't worry, Benjamin. If you don't want to go in there,
we'll just find some more glow-worms.
If we can. And if Tommy Brock doesn't come back.
If you two stopped being scared, so can I.
I'm going in to get that jar.
-Hop to it!
You CAN get those glow-worms, Benjamin!
You're a brave bunny.
Rabbits are brave. Rabbits are brave.
Er, guys? I don't know about this.
Come on, Benjamin!
You dig tunnels all the time!
But...this isn't one of my tunnels.
Wait! I... I think I see it!
I've found it!
-Well done, Benjamin!
Piece of cake. Huh.
I was never really scared.
Wha...? Agh! Urh!
Good night, Cotton-tail.
What a very clever idea, Peter.
Amazing that you found so many glow-worms right here in the burrow.
Yes, well, um, you see...
-Maybe you two should be getting back home.
Would you like me to walk home with you, Benjamin?
It is pretty dark out tonight.
No, thanks. I'll be just fine.
I don't think I'll even need to hum to myself.
-Good night, Benjamin.
# Peter Rabbit!
# Peter Rabbit! #
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
When Peter and his friends go into the woods at night to catch a jar full of glow-worms for Cotton-tail's night light, they discover Cotton-tail isn't the only rabbit afraid of the dark.