The Tale of the Broken Bed Peter Rabbit


The Tale of the Broken Bed

Animated series. When Peter breaks the bed his father made for him, he finds that fixing it leads to an unexpected adventure.


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# Let's go! Go on and run, run for our lives

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# We'll tear a hole in every fence and every wall

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# Run through the fields run wild and free

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# And grab a piece of every radish that we see

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# Go day and night go for it all

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# It's time to fly Come on, the wind's begun to blow

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# Cos you and I we weren't made for going slow

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-# Let's go!

-Adventure calls, the game is on!

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-# Come on!

-Peter Rabbit!

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-# Let's go!

-Peter Rabbit!

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-# Let's go!

-Peter Rabbit!

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# Let's go! #

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RABBITS CHEER

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RABBITS LAUGH

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Watch this, I can touch my toes!

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Cotton-tail!

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RABBITS CHEER

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I can touch the ceiling! Whoa!

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CRASH

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Uh-oh.

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Not uh-oh, Cotton-tail, it's just an old bed.

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But it's not just an old bed, Benjamin. It's a bed made by my dad.

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That's his paw print, look.

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Uh-oh! What are we going to do, Peter?

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Um, we're going to find out where this branch came from,

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then we're going to fix my bed.

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That's it, Florence, take a good look.

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Now fly, Florence, go and find where this branch came from.

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Oh. Sorry, guess she's tired.

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Can you tell what kind of tree it's from, Lily?

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I really need it so I can repair my bed.

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Um...

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Well, it is bendy, but it's really strong too.

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You must have been bouncing really hard.

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Yeah, I'm a pretty awesome bouncer.

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I'll have to check my samples.

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Oak tree, nope, willow tree, no, pine tree, no, not that one.

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No, u-uh.

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A-ha! Of course!

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Crataegus monogyna.

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Excuse me?

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Whoa!

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It's the scientific name for the Hawthorn bush.

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That's where the branches from your bed came from.

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It's the strongest kind of wood around

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and I know that for a fact.

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Great work, Lily. Let's get that wood.

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Woohoo!

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RABBITS LAUGH

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Peter? Lily?

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Whoa!

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# Not too cold and not too hot

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# I like rabbits in a pot. #

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MR TOD HUMS

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Oh, no! Mr Tod's out for a walk.

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Don't worry, just keep quiet

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while we get those hawthorn branches.

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Huh?

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Follow me.

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Oh, I'm starting to see why this is called a hawthorn bush.

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Ah, it's thorny. Ouch!

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Careful, Peter, you don't want to get spiked by one of those... Agh!

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-..thorns.

-Hold on. There you go.

-Thanks, Lily.

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It's no use, I can't break it.

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-We need something that can snap the branches.

-Hey!

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I think I saw something in my dad's workshop that might help,

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wait here.

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Come on, let's keep trying.

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Peter, I'm not sure this is going to work.

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We broke the bed by bouncing too much,

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maybe we can break this branch the same way.

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One, two, three!

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-Whoa!

-Oh, no!

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Peter, are you all right?

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Just enjoying the view, Lily.

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Hey, I can see Benjamin, he's coming back.

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Whoa! Oof!

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Coming through!

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Whoa!

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-So, what do you think?

-I think you almost squashed us.

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-Yeah!

-I mean, what do you thing of my dad's branch breaker?

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He uses it to collect wood for the fire

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and we could use it to snap the branches.

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Great idea, Benjamin.

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-How does it work?

-Well, he told me but,

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um, I kind of forgot.

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That's OK, we can figure it out. Let's hop to it.

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Branch ready! Left a bit, right a bit, yes!

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Branch breaker ready!

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Tada!

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Huh? Now I remember! Dad said don't let go.

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The branch is too strong!

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A good rabbit never gives up!

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Keep going, it's working!

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It's working very loudly!

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Can't stop now, we need that branch!

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MR TOD HUMS

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What's all that hullabaloo?

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One more turn and we can get the branch we need to fix my bed.

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ALL: Oof!

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-We did it!

-Yes!

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RABBITS CHEER

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I can't believe it works, I mean,

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I knew it would, but...

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MR TOD CACKLES ALL: Mr Tod!

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Peter Rabbit and friends.

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What a delightful picnic spot you've found.

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Actually, Mr Tod, we're not having a picnic.

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Oh, but I am.

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And the main dish is...

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-Rabbit!

-RABBITS SCREAM

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Rabbits are brave, rabbits are brave.

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Don't worry, Benjamin, we'll get out of this somehow.

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-I'll lead him away, you two make a run for the burrow.

-What?!

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Hey, come back here!

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Catch me if you can, Mr Tod!

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Ah, stay still, you wriggly little...

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Ouch, come here! Oof!

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Pesky thorns.

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Oh, my poor back.

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There must be an easier way to catch a rabbit.

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Hmmm...

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And there it is.

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You can run, but you can't hide!

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Mr Tod?

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Where'd he go?

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Oh, no!

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Ah!

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# Run rabbit run

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# Run like you've never run before

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# Run rabbit run

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# If he catches you you're done so run some more

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# Your heart is pounding Those feet are sounding

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# So close to you, what can you do?

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# Oh, rabbit run

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# You better run

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# I think I hear him catching up to you. #

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MR TOD CACKLES

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RABBITS CHUCKLE

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-We did it!

-ALL: Woohoo!

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-Got you!

-RABBITS SCREAM

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MR TOD CACKLES

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Thought you could outrun me

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with this silly contraption, did you?

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Foolish rabbits.

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You're right, Mr Tod, it is silly, isn't it?

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In fact, why don't you keep it for yourself?

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-ALL: Whoa!

-Come back here!

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MR TOD WHIMPERS

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SNAP!

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Oh, dear.

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CRASH!

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All I wanted was a little picnic.

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I'm sorry about your dad's branch breaker, Benjamin.

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That's OK, we can build another one.

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One that's not so loud next time.

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Hey, look, I found the branch for my bed.

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Oh.

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Looks like we won't be able to fix your bed.

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Sorry, Peter.

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Or maybe we can, a good rabbit never gives up!

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Sleep on thorns, who'd have thought of it?

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-Only you, Peter Rabbit.

-Yeah, and my dad.

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That one show's that my dad built it

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and this one shows that I fixed it.

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RABBITS LAUGH

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See, Dad? My bed's as good as new.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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Not bouncing on the bed tonight, Peter? I'm surprised.

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Bouncy, bouncy.

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COTTON-TAIL GIGGLES

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Well, what are you waiting for?

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LAUGHTER

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RABBITS CHEER

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit!

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# Peter Rabbit!

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# Peter Rabbit! #

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When Peter breaks the bed his father made for him, he finds that fixing it leads to an unexpected adventure.


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