Animated series. Peter and his friends realise that a hibernating Mrs Tiggy-Winkle is in the path of a landslide!
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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! #
Woohoo! Nobody hops rocks like a rock-hopping rabbit.
I'm going to catch you, Peter!
Wait for me!
-Nice jump, Peter.
# I love worms, they're so...
Hmm. Tommy Brock. I wonder what he's up to.
# In my tummy, they're so wriggly. #
-LILLY GIGGLES Told you I'd catch you.
Your turn, Benjamin.
Rabbits are brave, rabbits are brave.
Did I make it? Ooh, ah! Ah!
-Yes, you made it.
-Well done, Benjamin.
On second thoughts, move!
Oh, no! We're heading right for Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's house!
Ah, that's better.
Run the other way!
-It's not working.
I'm OK. Jump off, I'll catch you.
No, wait. If we jump off, the rock will keep rolling.
Right into Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's house! Smash!
Oh, I can't watch.
Don't move, Benjamin, I've got to warn Mrs Tiggy-Winkle.
Poor Mrs Tiggy-Winkle. Tell me when it's over.
Mrs Tiggy-Winkle! Hello? Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, wake up!
Oh, I wish I could whistle like Lilly.
Wake up, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, you've got to get out of there!
Your house is going to get crushed by a falling rock! Mrs Tiggy-Winkle!
-Oh, I'm not doing any washing for a while, my love.
I'm hibernating, sleeping all winter.
-Come back in the spring.
-But, Mrs Tiggy...
-Now, Peter, be a dear and run along.
-No, you don't understand!
Mrs Tiggy-Winkle! You have to listen to me! You're in danger! Hello?
-Agh, oh, no!
-Stop moving, Benjamin.
Agh! Move to the right.
-I thought you said STOP moving?
-Benjamin, move! Quick, left a bit...
Your OTHER left, Benjamin.
Oh, THAT left. Sure.
Peter, what happened? Where's Mrs Tiggy-Winkle?
I couldn't make her listen - she's hibernating.
Hibernating - it means she's going to sleep all winter.
It's what hedgehogs do, and I know that for a fact.
I don't know how much longer I can do this! My legs are getting achy.
You can't give up, Benjamin. One wrong move and that rock
will flatten Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's house and everything in it.
-But, Peter, we can't stay up here for ever.
-No, you can't.
And if we can't get Mrs Tiggy-Winkle out,
we'll just have to make sure the rock doesn't hit her house.
There must be something around here we can use.
Hmm... Just-in-case pocket, just in case.
Tommy Brock! HE'S sure to have something.
RABBITS: Tommy Brock?!
There's all his stuff and no sign of that grouchy old badger.
A ramp! And just the right size to deal with that rock.
# Sacks and boots and rotten fruit
# Rusty pins and empty tins. #
I love my stuff, I do.
Oh, no! NOW how am I going to get that ramp?
Oof! Oh! Hey, who did that?!
Peter Rabbit? Oh, he's got an old metal sheet just like mine.
Hang on, that IS mine!
Come back here!
# Run, rabbit, run
# Run like you've never run before
# Run, rabbit, run
# If he catches you, you're done So run some more
# Your heart is pounding
# Those feet are sounding
# So close to you. What can you do?
# Oh, rabbit, run
# You'd better run
# I think I hear him catching up to you. #
Come back here!
OK, I think it's steady now.
Ow! My poor ouchy legs.
I'm getting pins and needles.
Ow! And now I'm getting pins and needles on my pins and needles.
-Just need to shake them a teeny weenie little bit.
-Oh, oh, yeah. My legs feel SO much better.
Well, that's good, cos you're going to need them! Run!
It's OK, Benjamin.
It's OK, I made a ramp, see?
Now the rock won't hit Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's house.
Huh? Hey, where did the sun go?
You took my metal sheet!
I'm only borrowing it! We need a ramp, you see...
It's mine and I want it back!
Without it, that rock'll smash into Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's house.
Out of my way, rabbit.
Oh, no, Peter's in trouble.
I think we're in trouble too! Argh!
It's OK. Take it nice and slow, no sudden moves.
So, what are we playing? Rock hopping? Great!
-This is fun.
-No, Nutkin, don't!
Short game. What shall we do next?
Please, you don't understand!
Peter, look out!
-Agh! Peter, look out!
-Get out of the way, Peter!
What's this game called? It's great!
A good rabbit never gives up.
You'll be squashed!
Wow, Peter, great idea, digging that ditch.
It wasn't exactly my plan, but...
But you did it, you saved Mrs Tiggy-Winkle!
I have literally no idea what you're talking about,
but I'm going to dance anyway.
Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, we saved you!
Oh, that's nice, dear.
But could you youngsters please keep the noise down?
I'm still hibernating. Need my beauty sleep, you know?
-Sorry, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle.
-Well, see you in the spring.
Noisy little rabbits.
Pluck my spines.
Ha, that showed you, you big silly rock!
Eh? What's that?
With a landslide about to fall into the valley, Peter and his friends realise that a hibernating Mrs Tiggy-Winkle is in destruction's path! Can the friends avert disaster?